Friday, March 14, 2014

The Vaccination of Children in the 1920s

In this Month's National Geographic Magazine, a picture of kids(below) is shown waiting in line for their Vaccine in the 1920s. I like how they dressed up for the event (or perhaps it was in a private school?), there's a sense of respect or thankfulness for being able to get rid of a disease. Are we taking Vaccines for granted these days?

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