These children visit their mothers in Ago Ireti, Nigeria, in 1948. Because their mothers had leprosy, or Hansen’s Disease, the children couldn’t live with them. Southern Baptist missionaries cared for the children at the Home for Motherless Babies in Ogbomosho.

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