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OT Clients Show Off Toys They Made

1910s
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Occupational therapy clients at a psychiatric hospital during World War I show off toys they made.

Toy making was a part of occupational therapy at a psychiatric hospital during World War I. These occupational therapy clients display the toys they made in this photograph.

Source: National Museum of Health and Medicine

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