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Documentation provided by the photographer suggests that this girl is a blind cancer survivor. The woman next to her is presumably her mother. They pose at the residence at 235 San Antonio Road in Arcadia. The image was taken on April 19, 1955, and was ordered by Jan Maddox of the Pasadena unit of the American Cancer Society (180 South Euclid Avenue).
San Antonio Road (Arcadia, Calif.) Clothing and dress--California--Arcadia American Cancer Society. Pasadena Chapter Landscape architecture--California--Arcadia Blind--California--Arcadia Cancer--Patients--California--Arcadia Mother and child--California--Arcadia