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PhotographÂ was edited for publication purposes Photograph caption dated October 6, 1947 reads, "Mrs. Jack Goodwin of 11307 Killion st., North Hollywood, holds her three months old son, Carl Douglass, whose survival was termed a miracle. Mother's Rh negative blood condition transmitted to baby at birth necessitated life giving transfusions every two weeks since birth. With them are grandmother, Mrs. Anne Jennings of Burbank, a registered nurse, and friend, Mrs. Coleen Vance of Hollywood, who gave last transfusion two weeks ago."
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