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Occupational Therapy on the Porch of Walter Reed

1910s
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Men participating in occupational therapy during World War I on the porch of Walter Reed.

As part of physical and occupational therapy, these men were basket making, sewing, and typing at Walter Reed General Hospital in Washington D.C., during World War I. 

Source: National Museum of Health and Medicine

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