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Enfermera de la Cruz Roja Americana durante la I Guerra Mundial con uniforme gris de verano

Enfermera de la Cruz Roja Americana durante la I Guerra Mundial con uniforme gris de verano

HAH Storyline: WWI nurse, Red Cross 1917

HAH Storyline: WWI nurse, Red Cross 1917

World War I Nurse Here for your enjoyment is an old image of World War I Nurse. It was taken between 1905 and 1945 by Harris & Ewing.   The image shows Gill, H.c., Mrs.

World War I Nurse Here for your enjoyment is an old image of World War I Nurse. It was taken between 1905 and 1945 by Harris & Ewing. The image shows Gill, H.c., Mrs.

Clara Barton "The Angel of the Battlefield", Founder of the American Red Cross

Clara Barton "The Angel of the Battlefield", Founder of the American Red Cross

Cruz Roja del pasado.

Cruz Roja del pasado.

Dia de la Cruz Roja

Dia de la Cruz Roja

Docena de Baker (WWI Edition) - Página 93 - Butaca general y HistoryNet >> Los mejores foros de la Historia

Docena de Baker (WWI Edition) - Página 93 - Butaca general y HistoryNet >> Los mejores foros de la Historia

U.S.A.

U.S.A.

Photograph of British nurses, Elsie Knocker and Mairi Chisolm, on the Western Front c. 1917 ~

Photograph of British nurses, Elsie Knocker and Mairi Chisolm, on the Western Front c. 1917 ~

American Red Cross Motor Corps uniform, 1917-18. Suit label: Best & Co., New York. The Motor Corps volunteers could elect to wear breeches under the skirts of their suits, but some, according to surviving photos, wore breeches without the proper skirts over them. The wearer of this skirt suit apparently chose to wear only the skirt, as it lacks breeches. Motor corps volunteers, over 12,000 strong and almost entirely women, provided transportation support for hospitals, camps, and canteens.

American Red Cross Motor Corps uniform, 1917-18. Suit label: Best & Co., New York. The Motor Corps volunteers could elect to wear breeches under the skirts of their suits, but some, according to surviving photos, wore breeches without the proper skirts over them. The wearer of this skirt suit apparently chose to wear only the skirt, as it lacks breeches. Motor corps volunteers, over 12,000 strong and almost entirely women, provided transportation support for hospitals, camps, and canteens.

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