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Miss Eunice Wolf Presents Knit Robe to Mrs. Lovina Penny, July 1964

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Ann Arbor News, July 10, 1964
Caption
From Patients to Patients Miss Eunice Wolf (left), a receptionist in Dr. V. W. Peterson's office, presents a lap robe knit by his patients to Mrs. Lovina Penny, a patient at the Washtenaw County Hospital. Miss Wolfe read an article in The News last winter which suggested that doctors' offices provide needles and yarn for patients who wished to work on lap robes. "Boys knit, and one man knit, along with the women and girls," Miss Wolf says. The finished product has 72 blocks. In addition to the robe in the photograph, 32 cotton lap robes, made by members of the Ruth Circle of Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, were given to the hospital for use by its patients.
Month
July
Year
1964
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