Dimensions: 22.6 x 22.6 cm
IMS SKU: SCAN-NQOX-04696655
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In the past, the photos were often parts of series or were mass produced by the archives. Nowadays, their number is decimed - many were destroyed by time, use or natural disasters. Few were preserved and are nowadays carefully stored in our archives.
OCR computer generated text:
Anthony Wood Rosie devoted her life to others OVER 30 years ago a young crippled girl, bedridden with an "incurable disease,' decided to help alleviate the suffering of animals. By August, 1935, her efforts had led to the opening of the first People's Dispensary for Sick Animals in Oxford. Today Rosie Drake, despite a long history of troubled health, is still actively helping those less fortunate than her- self. She says that the opening of that first animal clinic was the "greatest red letter day" in her life. It was also the first of many tributes to her courage and tenacity. Since then her voluntary work and achievements for scores of charities have made Rosie Drake a local legend in her own time. It was a desire to record some of her work that prompted a letter "from 200 members" of the Lonely and Disabled Club for all ages asking me home to call at her at 20 Moorbank, Blackbird Leys, where she lives with her married sister. 16 NOV 1967 AND FOUND THE STRENGTH TO WALK AGAIN 6 Rosie Drake with two of her animal friends, pictured by JOHNNY JOHNSON. which she had heled 2961-AON 9
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