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American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - A.R.C. camouflaged "Creche." The American Army has a camp where all materials destined for the front are camouflaged. French women were wanted for the work, but most of them being mothers, they could not leave their children so the A.R.C. opened this home for them which is under the care of Miss Mary E. Mather, as Directrice

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - A.R.C. camouflaged "Creche." The American Army has a camp where all materials destined for the front are camouflaged. French women were wanted for the work, but most of them being mothers, they could not leave their children so the A.R.C. opened this home for them which is under the care of Miss Mary E. Mather, as Directrice

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Date Taken: 09/0/19189

Photographer: American Red Cross, France
American Red Cross - Miscellaneous

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1917 - 1918
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