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October 18, 2018



October 17, 1918

Repeated communications from Red Cross headquarters emphasize the urgent need for the greatest activity in the campaign for the collection of fruit pits and nutshells. Do not allow your interest and activity in this campaign to lag. This campaign will not end with the close of the fresh fruit season. It is on for the duration of the war. To make carbon to protect our men from German Poison Gas, the government needs peach stones, apricot pits, prune pits, plum pits, olive pits, date seeds, cherry pits, brazil-nut shells, walnut shells, hickory-nut shells, and butter-nut shel...



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