Lieutenant Ray Rehabilitation Clinic in New York, United States to serve World War II veterans. Radio broadcasts mark the opening of Lieutenant Ray Rehabilitation Clinic. Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, wife of former President Franklin D. Roosevelt, graces the occasion as the guest of honor. Various Veterans Administration executives present on a podium at the opening ceremony. A statue of Lieutenant Ray being unveiled at the ceremony as his parents look on. Prosthetic artificial limbs being made at the clinic. Veteran soldiers work to make the prosthesis limbs to meet individual needs. A disabled veteran being fitted with an artificial prosthetic limb. Disabled veterans practice to walk with crutches at the clinic. A mock street at the clinic with traffic lights where the veterans practice to cross the road and time themselves according to the traffic lights. The veterans being made to exercise to strengthen their limbs. They ride exercise cycles. Disabled veterans practice to walk in a crowded street and transports. The veterans lift and place heavy pieces from one block of a floored checkered board to another as this helps to exercise their legs and backs.
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