Letter from Minerva Crowell to her Mother, Louisa M. Crowell
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SubjectTrip to Baltimore; The Red Cross show; The Y.W.I.; Private bath; Breakfast at Child's; Lunch at the Hospital; Supper at the Y.W.C.A. Cafeteria; Work; Nerve cases; Ward work; Miss Lippett; Major Granger; Street boots; Plans for Spring; Possible posting in Detroit; Work in Boston; The electric room; Visit with Edwin; Marjorie; Helen; Sale of Anaconda; Sale of steel; Fort Mchenry Base, Hospital No. 2, Baltimore; Visit from Mildred
AbstractLetter from Minerva Crowell to her mother, Louisa Crowell; it is on the letterhead: America Red Cross, U.S. Embarkation Hospital No. 4, 345 West 50th Street, New York City. The letter has no envelope and was probably written within a few days after the postcard dated 1919-02-23
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