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Title supplied by cataloger. In 1938 Frances Eleanor Smith began organizing a treatment center for children with polio and other crippling diseases and received a donation of a large ranch home in Chino called Casa Colina. It was in operation until 1961 when, due to dilapidated buildings, it was moved and incorporated into Casa Colina Hospital in Pomona. A boy lays on a slanting therapy table set in an indoor pool at Casa Colina Crippled Children's Home in Chino as a nurse manipulates his legs. Other physical therapy equipment hangs above the pool on straps. Light from the tall windows facing the pool falls over the scene.
1 photographic print :b&w ;21 x 26 cm. Photographic prints
00078379 Works Progress Administration Collection WPA 9453 CARL0000081404 http://126.96.36.199/cdm/ref/collection/photos/id/112393
Casa Colina Hydrotherapy for children--California--Chino Physical therapy for children--California--Chino Children with disabilities--California--Chino Paraplegics--California--Chino Women physical therapists--California--Chino Nursing homes--California--Chino Pools--California--Chino Interiors--California--Chino Chino (Calif.)