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From His Neck Up
Mr. Dowling never thinks of himself as a cripple because he isn't one. He laughs at you when you mention the word. He drives his car, rides horseback, and enjoys life with the enthusiasm of a boy. It is natural that the success of the handicapped man should be close to his heart; and it has been always. But when the war came to America, Mr. Dowling's desire to serve his country was quickened, and he offered himself for any work among the wounded that might bring cheer and sound practical advice....
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Title: From His Neck Up
Creator: n/a
Date: June 1918
Format: Article
Publication: Carry On: Magazine on the Reconstruction of Disabled Soldiers and Sailors
Source: American Printing House for the Blind, Inc., M. C. Migel Library
Location: vol.1, no.1 pp.23
Keywords: Accident; American Red Cross; Amputees; Cripple; Economics; Education; Employment; Labor; Labor & Commerce; Military; Physical Disability; Veterans; Veterans & Military; Vocational Rehabilitation; War; Work; WWI
Topics: Government, Policy & Law