902 results found for: name:"International Center for the Disabled"

Gallery view

1918

Two men set up a motion picture projector

New York (N.Y.) - Two men, one of whom is missing his left leg from below the hip, set up a film projector. A caption reads: "Motion picture projection. Red Cross Institute for Crippled and Disabled Men."

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1918

An amputee combs his hair with his prosthetic arm

New York (N.Y.) - A man who is missing both of his arms uses a comb attached to a prosthesis to comb his hair. A label on the back of the photograph reads: "Activities of daily living."

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1918 Mar.

ICD clients exercising

New York (N.Y.) - Men and women use various exercise machines, including rowing machines and stationary bicycles, at ICD.

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1918 Mar.

A man missing both of his arms sells newspapers

New York (N.Y.) - The caption reads: "With both arms gone, this man conducts a successful newspaper stand in Union Square, New York City."

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1920

Underwood & Underwood

Young men in a jewelry workshop

New York (N.Y.) - A group of young men learn jewelry-making in a workshop at the Institute for Crippled and Disabled Men.

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1922

Men at work in the artificial limb shop

New York (N.Y.) - Three men at workbenches fabricate prosthetic and orthotic devices.

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1922

Publishers' Photo Service

The artificial limb shop

New York (N.Y.) - The back of the photograph reads: "Fitting spring in artificial foot. Red Cross Institute for Crippled and Disabled Men."

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1923

A man receives a new prosthesis

New York (N.Y.) - A man with double below the knee amputation, who uses a short cane and walks on his knees with prosthetic braces receives a new prosthesis. The back of another copy of this photograph reads: "Mr. William Palmer is shown his new prosthesis by Mr. Sally and Miss Elison." This print is mounted on a deteriorating board.

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1923

Beals . A. Tennyson

A man receives a new prosthesis

New York (N.Y.) - A man with double below the knee amputation, who uses a short cane and walks on his knees with prosthetic braces receives a new prosthesis. The back of the photograph reads: "Mr. William Palmer is shown his new prosthesis by Mr. Sally and Miss Elison."

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1923

Beals . A. Tennyson

A man receives a new prosthesis

New York (N.Y.) - Black and white photograph of a sepia print from 1923. A man with double below the knee amputation, who uses a short cane and walks on his knees with prosthetic braces receives a new prosthesis. The back of the original print reads: "Mr. William Palmer is shown his new prosthesis by Mr. Sally and Miss Elison." The back of this photograph reads: "Client coming in for his new prosthesis (1923)."

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