NYA boys and girls in Public Health Service dietary kitchen and at an orthopedic school in the United States.
United States USA Date:1941 Duration:4 min 12 sec Sound:Yes
National Youth Administration in cooperation with U.S. Public Health Service determines youths' fitness to work in the United States. NYA boys and girls live in NYA resident centers. A Public Health Service dietary kitchen: boys shelling peas; girls skinning onions; boys slicing deli meat. Girl removes cookies from oven. Meal tray loaded with food. Negro children in a cafeteria. Negro girls in maid or housekeeping dresses seen making beds. White girl brushes her hair. Negro boys wash their hands. An examination of a negro girl by doctors in an orthopedic school. Negro children are given cod liver oil by a nurse. Young Native American Indian Hopi tribe women with children in Arizona receiving health care training. An Orthopedic school entrance. A nurse removes a leg brace from a child polio victim and massages his leg. A teacher draws pictures of vegetables on a chalk board. Negro and white children in an integrated class room practice penmanship. Two boy polio victims are pushed in wheel chairs by nurses. A boy in a body cast is pushed in a wheel chair by a nurse. NYA National Youth Administration children practice calisthenics. A girl hits a softball. A boy hits a baseball with a bat. Boys practice archery. White and negro young men boxing. Girls swim in lake water that is very clear. A girl swims to bottom of lake underwater. Young women leave the women's dormitory. The insignia of U.S. Public Health Service. The flag of the United States.
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