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1971 Nov.

Paralyzed Veterans of America. Vaughan Chapter

The Wheel

Hines (Ill.) - Contains a report on the most recent chapter meeting at which the director of the National Paraplegia Foundation was present and there was discussion of hospital problems and the addition of items like trapeze bars and padded seats to assist self-care patients in wards. There is a discussion on food additives, a deluxe mixed nut fundraising program, and the importance of voting. A librarian's note sec... more

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1944 Aug. 30

The maxinette

France - Author's name given as Chu Chu Swanson. Volume 1, issue 4. Describes news and activities of Maida Riggs's Red Cross Clubmobile unit, Group G, including traveling by convoy from the place they have been stationed--most likely in France--but three place names have been excised presumably by censors. Possibly written by Riggs.

Maida L. Riggs Papers

1944 Aug. 6

The morning times

Europe - Produced on board S.S. Amos G. Throop. Describes the recent Allied invasion of France and Allied operations in France, London, Germany, Naples, Moscow, and Pearl Harbor, as well as news from the home front concerning a transit strike in Philadelphia and a train crash in California. Also includes a feature, "All at Sea" by "Honest George," billed as "Our Girl Friday reports-," concerning the shipboard ... more

Maida L. Riggs Papers

1972

National Paraplegia Foundation

The squeaky wheel vol. 1 no. 11 November/December

Chicago (Ill.) - Contains news and information for the National Paraplegia Foundation. News from chapters of NPF across the United States is presented and advertisements from various companies promoting items for people with disabilities. There is also news regarding accessibility efforts around the country and news about the Rehabilitation Act of 1972 which was vetoed by President Nixon and the 1973 Appropriation for... more

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1972 Aug.

National Paraplegia Foundation

The squeaky wheel vol. 1 no. 8

Chicago (Ill.) - Contains news and information for the National Paraplegia Foundation. News from chapters of NPF across the United States is presented and advertisements from various companies promoting items for people with disabilities. Stories include research on rehabilitation of people with spinal cord injuries, establishing residential facilities for people with disabilities, and amendments to the Vocational Reh... more

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1973 Mar.

National Paraplegia Foundation

The squeaky wheel vol. 2 no. 3

Chicago (Ill.) - Contains news and information for the National Paraplegia Foundation. News from chapters of NPF across the United States is presented and advertisements from various companies promoting items for people with disabilities. There are brief profiles on some members of the NPF. The Foundation asks that members send 25 letters to friends and business associations to spread the word about paraplegia and sol... more

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1973 Oct.

National Paraplegia Foundation

The squeaky wheel vol. 2 no. 9

Chicago (Ill.) - Contains news and information for the National Paraplegia Foundation. This issue includes news on the amendments to the Vocational Rehabilitation Act, meetings of the NPF Midwest Regional Council and plans for the 1974 convention. an editorial by Caspar W. Weinberger, Secretary of Health Education and Welfare has been reprinted; Weinberger discusses a pilot project for creating employment opportunitie... more

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1931 May

International Center for the Disabled

Thumbs Up! vol. 13 no. 2 May

New York (N.Y.) - Primarily concerning the planned construction of a new building for the Institute, and the tenth annual Institute Day.

International Center for the Disabled Records