The ingenuity of polio survivors has added greatly to the fabric of our lives, this is just one of the ways.

The Bittersweet History of Candy Land
It was 1948, and Eleanor Abbott was bored. The retired schoolteacher was stuck in a San Diego hospital surrounded by young children who, like her, were hobbled by polio. The kids were lonely and sad, and Abbott, with nothing else to do, decided that a cheerful board game could be the perfect antidot…
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May 24, 2018 at 04:47PM

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