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American Red Cross - Ambulances - Presentation of ambulances to the American Red Cross commission for Great Britian. Major Harper Sibley of Rochester, N.Y., acting on behalf of a large number of priate doners in America, presenting a long chain of ambulances for use in the American hospitals in England. Major R. Stuart Smith, of Philadelphia representing the Commission for Great Britian accept them. The photograph was taken in front of one of the Red Cross headquarters buildings in London

American Red Cross - Ambulances - Presentation of ambulances to the American Red Cross commission for Great Britian. Major Harper Sibley of Rochester, N.Y., acting on behalf of a large number of priate doners in America, presenting a long chain of ambulances for use in the American hospitals in England. Major R. Stuart Smith, of Philadelphia representing the Commission for Great Britian accept them. The photograph was taken in front of one of the Red Cross headquarters buildings in London

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