Maude Callen: Nurse midwife

02/21/2014

In the 1950s, while East End Londoners could "call the midwife," poor people in Berkeley County, S.C., could call Maude Callen, one of only 300 nurse midwives in the U.S. at that time. Callen's story, immortalized in an iconic Life magazine photo essay, chronicled her tireless work and multi-faceted role within the rural community. Read the full story.

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