Banker Evan Goode from the First National Bank receives funds from the “Mothers March on Polio” women. From left to right are Mrs. N.G. Smith, Mrs. Kent Walker, Mrs. M. Charles Lambert and Mrs. W.T. Walker, Jr. The “Mothers March on Polio” was a campaign for the March of Dimes. The slogan for the campaign was “turn on your porch light-fight polio tonight.” Women would go door to door to try and raise money.
Photographer: David Peirce
Date Taken: 1956
Collection(s): David Peirce Collection, 1950-1968
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