Accident case is brought to Maude's door one night. Annabelle Fuller was seriously cut in an auto accident and Maude had given her first aid. Now the girl returns to have her dressing changed.
W. Eugene, Smith “Nurse Midwife: Maude Callens Eases Pain of Birth, Life and Death.” Life, December 3, 1951, 138.
A black-and-white photograph of two men carrying Annabelle Fuller into a building. Maude Callen is leaning out of the doorway and holding onto her leg, which is in a cast. The back is stamped and inscribed.
A black-and-white photograph of young girls sitting in a room with posters on the far wall. One of the posters is falling down while the other says "A Baby Has the Right To Be Loved." The back is stamped, inscribed and has a sticker that reads "medical care in rural S. Carolina."
A black-and-white photograph of Maude Callen sitting at a desk. She is rubbing her eye with her right hand and holding papers with her left. Facing her on the other side of the room is a manikin. Next to the manikin is a table with jars, containers, vegetables and other food on it. The back is stamped and inscribed.