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American Red Cross - Groups - American Red Cross in England. The Flying Squadron of the Emergency Department of the american Res Cross in London, equipped to deal at instant'snotice with any emergency which may arise. Top row: Lieut. Charles E. Hemp, St. Louis; Lieut W.T. Higgins, New York; Capt. H.S. Wells, Scranton, Pa., Sergt. Edw. Ballard, Philadelphioa; Sergt. W.R. Thomas, Steamboat Spgs. Col. Lower row: Serg. John Nyland, Pittsburg, Lieut. James Jeffers, Wes Summit, N.J. Sergt. Fred Maire, Denver; Sergt. E.T. Mallett, Boston, Sergy. William Sheppard, Chicago

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