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American Red Cross worker Dorothy Boschen, of West Orange, NJ, brushes an…

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ARC member with dodge

ARC member with dodge

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Wearing Lipstick to War: An American Woman in WWII England and France (Red Cross Volunteer)

"A taste of war life: American GIs waiting in line for a Red Cross coffee wagon (November 1942). Photograph by Toni Frissell." #vintage #1940s #WW2

"A taste of war life: American GIs waiting in line for a Red Cross coffee wagon (November Photograph by Toni Frissell.

The Lost Champion  by Larry Wertan  The story of a champion Airedale terrier who is the lone survivor of a small plane crash in the rocky mountain wilderness of Idaho and a 12 year old farm girl who was born to be his best friend.  The Lost Champion is an action packed story that explodes with spirit, heart, love and a stand up, cheering, crying finish. A new American Classic about a girl and her Airedale!

The Lost Champion by Larry Wertan. Story of a champion Airedale terrier who is the lone survivor of a small plane crash in the rocky mountain wilderness of Idaho and a 12 year old farm girl who was born to be his best friend.

Clubmobile Division: American Red Cross - in a "swimmable Jeep", a Ford GPA amphibious Jeep - to cross rivers and lakes.

Clubmobile Division: American Red Cross - in a "swimmable Jeep", a Ford GPA amphibious Jeep - to cross rivers and lakes.

Jean M. Bright (b. 1915) served with the American Red Cross in New Guinea and Japan from 1944 to 1946.  After the war, Jean earned a masters degree in English from Columbia University and taught at North Carolina A&T State University until 1978. Photo via Jackson Library, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

served with the American Red Cross in New Guinea and Japan from 1944 to After the war, Jean earned a masters degree in English from Columbia University and taught at North Carolina A State University until

American GI’s relaxing at Adolf Hitler’s mountain retreat. Photograph by William Vandivert. Germany, June 1945.

William Vandivert, American GI’s relaxing at Adolf Hitler’s mountain retreat, Germany, June

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