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Evergreen Junior reception hall.


View of the reception hall attended with ten veterans at the Evergreen Jr., part of the Red Cross Institute for the Blind, Baltimore, Maryland. In operation during and after World War I for the rehabilitation of soldiers, sailors, and marines who became vision-impaired during military service, the Institute was located on Cold Spring Lane between Charles Street and York Road in north Baltimore. Part of the facility had been the Kernwood estate owned by the Wilson family in the 19th century, and another part was the house known as Evergreen Jr. and surrounding property, which Mrs. T. Harrison Garrett loaned to the government at this time.




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Evergreen - Red Cross Institute for the Blind Photograph Collection

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9.5 x 7.5 inches

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1 print

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