• Putting stars on clean teeth chart

    Mustard, Harry S. (Harry Stoll), 1889-1966

    A teacher instructs a group of boys about the importance of brushing teeth twice a day. Caption reads "Health Lesson Cemetery School." Dr. Harry Mustard worked in Rutherford County, Tennessee, during…

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  • Gladeview School (Colored)

    Mustard, Harry S. (Harry Stoll), 1889-1966

    Group of African American children and teenagers stand in front of Gladeview Colored School (labeled "Gladview") off Bradyville Pike. An old automobile is in view. Sepia tone. Dr. Harry Mustard worked…

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  • Home Hygiene and Care of the Sick class - 1925 - Christiana

    Mustard, Harry S. (Harry Stoll), 1889-1966

    Eleven members of the Home Hygiene and Care of the Sick Class of 1925 pose in front of a building in Christiana, Tennessee. Sepia tone. Dr. Harry Mustard worked in Rutherford County, Tennessee, during…

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  • Fourth Grade studying health rules

    Mustard, Harry S. (Harry Stoll), 1889-1966

    A teacher instructs school children on the basics of good health and hygiene. The title of her outline reads "Health Rules". Dr. Harry Mustard worked in Rutherford County, Tennessee, during the 1920's…

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  • School examinations

    Mustard, Harry S. (Harry Stoll), 1889-1966

    View of a physician giving a medical examination to a young school boy. Dr. Harry Mustard worked in Rutherford County, Tennessee, during the 1920s on behalf of the Rockefeller Foundation's Commonwealt…

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  • Giving a health play

    Mustard, Harry S. (Harry Stoll), 1889-1966

    Six children in the yard of an unidentified school. The girls are similarly dressed in white skirts and bows. The boy is playing an accordion. Dr. Harry Mustard worked in Rutherford County, Tennessee…

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