Clean Milk Station, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1908
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Uniformed woman stands in the doorway of the Clean Milk Station, most likely on Green Street in Worcester, Massachusetts that was started under the auspices of the Fresh Air Fund. The purpose of the Clean Milk stations in Worcester was to provide, at a minimum price, pure, clean milk of a quality suitable for infants and young children.
In the collections of the Worcester Public Library, Worcester, Mass. http://www.worcpublib.org/
Image from page 162 of the Worcester Magazine, July, 1908 (Vol. XI, No. 7) in the article "Worcester's Clean Milk Station" by Rev. John H. Matthews. Published by the Worcester Board of Trade.
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Clean Milk Station
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- Clean Milk Station, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1908. 1908-07. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://ark.digitalcommonwealth.org/ark:/50959/fb494w413. (Accessed July 23, 2018.)
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