On a cold spring morning in 1925 a stocky, smiling elderly woman stood on the bank of the raging Yaak River in northwest Montana. Coming toward her in a makeshift chair suspended from a zipline was a mother holding an infant. A small boy held tightly on from behind his mother. The family had come a long way seeking her help. She was Dr. Frances Sage Bradley. For a quarter century she had worked to spare the lives and health of women, their infants, and children. The doctor moved to the edge of the bank and snapped a photograph of the family to add to her massive collection. Then she helped them to safety and began her health conference....
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