4 The Early Years—SFA Founder Malcolm Fraser
Malcolm Fraser in 1903.
Seated on his mother’s lap circa 1906.
Seated below with brothers Carlyle and Russell and sister Ethel circa 1913. Russell also stuttered.
“We are dedicated to improving the lives of those who stutter.” —Malcolm Fraser
Fraser at left. Public School No. 2, Clinton
at Hester Street, New York City, circa 1917.
In 1925, Fraser led a stuttering support group in Philadelphia while working for J. Stanley Smith, a friend of Lionel Logue in London. The King’s Speech portrays Logue helping King George VI with stuttering.
The first and second bank deposits for the Foundation totaling $5,000.
With infant daughter Jane.
Fraser receives American Legion Award for his efforts on behalf of disabled workers, 1948.
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