The Way We Were


April 11, 2019

April 10, 1919

A committee has been busy at the Red Cross rooms the past week cutting refugee garments from material on hand. These garments consist of simply made girls’ petticoats and children’s shirts and they will be ready for distribution next Tuesday. While the pajama orders which the local Red Cross must finish as soon as possible is nearing completion, there are ten convalescent robes to be made at the sewing room and a great many refugee garments. Wrangell was unable to get the amount of old clothing for the refugees assigned as her share, but the town was thoroughly canvassed...

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