Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Vocational Rehabilitation - Administrative Services and Program Development - Program Development and Evaluation Files
Miss Alice Lou Plastridge was the Director of Physical Therapy at the Warm Springs Foundation from the early 1930’s to the early 1940’s. This unit supervised the therapy provided the patients in an effort to strengthen their muscles through exercise and provided a referral service for outpatients.
This series contains correspondence, memorandums, schedules, cost comparison reports and other records created by the office of Dr. Edward D. Haak, a physician on the staff of the Georgia Warm Springs Foundation in the late 1950's and early 1960's. Apparently Dr. Haak served in a capacity very similar to that of Dr. Hoke in an earlier period as the contents of the two files are very similar. Both professional duties and some personal business are documented in these files.
This series contains the correspondence of Dr. James A. Johnson who served as a physician at the Warm Springs Foundation in the mid 1930's. The series is very brief, especially when compared to the volume of records generated by Dr. Irwin who was employed at the Foundation during this time period. (see Series 21) Dr. Johnson, by contrast, generated only two unlabeled file folders of correspondence. There is, of course, no arrangement.