Wherever she goes, Barbara Kennedy, M.P.H. '76, keeps the same photograph on her desk. It's a picture of her daughter at age five, dressed in Kennedy's shoes and jacket--complete with a nametag--and holding Kennedy's purse.
To hear Edgar Diddams reminisce is to get a dose of what public health used to be. "I remember when we used to build privies," the former sanitarian says. "We supervised the building of privies, WPA privies, and they were sold to people wanting them. I think they only charged around $10."
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