Twenty-Fifth Annual Report, Montana Schools for Deaf, Blind and Backward Children, 1918-1919 (Classic Reprint)
The health of our pupils has been exceptionally good. No epidemic has broken out save a very mild form of whooping cough which attacked the Department for Backward. However, it was during the late spring a good time for such a disease and it did not give us much trouble. Aside from this, we had only colds, coughs, headaches and sore fingers. We are hoping for a continuance of our good fortune.
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