An officer from "March of Dimes" addresses the nation and asks people to join in the parade of dimes in the United States.
United States USA Date:1941, January 16 Duration:1 min 31 sec Sound:NO SOUND
An officer of health charity "March of Dimes" addresses the citizens of the United States. The officer seated at a desk. He addresses the nation and asks the Americans to join in the parade of dimes and aid for infantile paralysis (polio) victims. A nurse examines a crippled child. Children suffering from polio are seen in a hospital. View of a special swimming area and harness apparatus for patients with polio In a theatre, a kiosk is seen with a banner that reads: "drop a coin here" and is raising money to fight polio and other childhood ailments. Theatre patrons are seen dropping coins in the slot to help with the fundraising effort.
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