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World War I Occupational Therapy Shop

1910s
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A view of an occupational therapy workshop during World War I.

More than two dozen servicemen are participating in woodworking and basket-weaving classes in an occupational therapy workshop from World War I. The men sit or stand at workbenches as they engage in woodwork and handicraft activities.

Source: The National Library of Medicine.

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