A New York Times' headline from November 9, 1918 highlights one of the ways the Influenza Pandemic of 1918-1919 changed people's lives, and shaped their future.
Children's book author and illustrator, Patricia Polacco, 2017. Pittsburgh Post Gazette.
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Eugene Gordon, ACT UP activists at Pride March, 1988. The New York Historical Society Library.
Photograph of Hellen Keller [center] attending a Thanksgiving Dinner in Palawoo, California in 1918 with the Kingsley family, in the midst of the 1917-1918 influenza pandemic. The Helen Keller Archive.
Susan O'Hara [far right] with students in front of the U.C. Berkeley Disabled Students Program building, three are in wheelchairs, one is on crutches and two are standing. 1987. The Bancroft Library.