Quaker Relief in Europe, 1914-1922

English and American Quakers were engaged in relief and reconstruction work in Europe during and following World War I involving civilians in Russia, Serbia, Austria, and Poland. In 1919 Friends extended their efforts to include a program of child-feeding in Germany. This collection of almost 1000 glass lantern slides assembled by the AFSC shows the damage caused by war, rebuilding efforts, hospitals and orphanages, and other projects.

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Instructions Sent by the AFSC to Presenters
Elliott, Curtis, Johnson, Crompton, [illegible], Orusted, Warren, Smith, Marshall, Lippy, Robison
Equipe Living Room. Shell-hole. / Closer view of living-room and shell-hole.
Sermaize. Washer woman./ Equipe Washerwoman at Sermaize
Men's ward at Chateau Hospital [at] Sermaize.
Horse and cart hauling manure at Gruny
Ceremony at opening of Sermaize Cite.
Village La Cite, Sermaize.
Hut amidst ruins.
Headquarters Ham.
Operating Room. Chateau Hospital. / Operation room at Chateau Hospital Sermaize.
Women's ward Chateau hospital / Womens ward at Chateau Hospital. Sermaize.
Sermaize in 1914.
Refugee Children at Sermaize.
Dole Factory
Yard of Equipe [illegible]
A former convent which is used by the Friends Equipe.
Malabry - Stages in house-building
Reaping with oxen.
Neuvilly

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