DEVELOPMENT OF GOVERNMENT LEPROSY SERVICE IN NIGERIA
Item — Photograph: 16
Identifier: Photograph 16
Scope and Contents
(16) ; D.W.4108.- ; The segregation officer investigating the welfare of patients in a leper village. Segregation of infectious patients is the vital step in leprosy control. This must be accepted voluntarily by the patients, and everything possible is done to make their lives happy. On the case sheets on the tables are recorded particulars of the social and family life and problem of the patients. ; ISSUED BY THE WEST AFRICAN PHOTOGRAPHIC SERVICE, REGIONAL INFORMATION OFFICE, ACCRA, GOLD COAST, BRITISH WEST AFRICA.--Recto ; WEST AFRICAN PHOTOGRAPHIC SERVICE OF THE REGIONAL INFORMATION OFFICE; P.O. Box 555 ; ACCRA GOLD COAST WEST AFRICA ; Photograph No. D.W. 4108 ; CROWN COPYRIGHT RESERVED. ; 16 ; NI-48--Verso
- ca. 1935-1977
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From the Collection: 121.00 Boxes
Language of Materials
From the Collection: English
17 x 19 cm.