American Lung Association - Voluntary, public health organization

The Lung Association is a voluntary, public health organization, the oldest, voluntary, public health agency in the United States, stepped up to protect children, families. Attendance were Association President Homer Folks, Honorary Vice President Theodore Roosevelt. The Association members recommended a public health committee. President Theodore Roosevelt was an honorary vice president. Physicians were experiencing the first signs of success. Particulars regarding the various sizes of double Red Cross Tuberculosis Emblems. The name was changed to the National Tuberculosis Association. Exhibit recounts the origin, early History, was created by Donny Wright. The Collection contains personal, official correspondence, financial, legal papers.

Voluntary, public health organization, Oldest, voluntary, public health agency in the United States