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Tuberculosis and blindness campaigners, 1935

Tuberculosis and blindness campaigners, 1935

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Tuberculosis and blindness campaigners, 1935. Kendall Emerson, Alix Churchill, Eleanor Brown Merrill, US public health campaigners. Kendall Emerson (1907-1993), a physician, was managing director of the National Tuberculosis Association, 1922-1947. Alix Churchill, who was visiting the USA on a speaking tour in September 1935, was Associate Secretary General of the International Association for Prevention of Blindness and Executive Secretary of the International Union Against Tuberculosis. Eleanor Brown Merrill (born 1887) was associate director of the National Society for the Prevention of Blindness.

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