1948 Herald-Leader Photo. C.1261. Resident nurse Mrs. Anna Thomason held one of four babies in the Florence Crittenton Home on West Fourth Street in late October of 1948. At that time there were 10 girls and four babies in the home. Herald-Leader Staff Photo
1948 Herald-Leader Photo. C.1261. Resident nurse Mrs. Anna Thomason held one of four babies in the Florence Crittenton Home on West Fourth Street in late October of 1948. At that time there were 10 girls and four babies in the home. Herald-Leader Staff Photo Herald-Leader
1948 Herald-Leader Photo. C.1261. Resident nurse Mrs. Anna Thomason held one of four babies in the Florence Crittenton Home on West Fourth Street in late October of 1948. At that time there were 10 girls and four babies in the home. Herald-Leader Staff Photo Herald-Leader

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