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A Duffle Bag Diary of An American Red Cross Worker in France
The Annals of Iowa
There was a similarity in the tasks of most American Red Cross workers who went overseas during the World AVar Period, 1914 to 1918. It was nearly a year later before A. E. C. activities lessened. The experience of one laborer in its ranks tells the story of many. Similar duties brought like ordeals. True there were often personal contacts which made particular impressions. A daily record hurriedly written could only be a jumble. A hop, skip and jump dairy, A duffel ])ao: into wliich was throwndoi:10.17077/0003-4827.6061 fatcat:mvyk63av35civlszhbczd4ig7m