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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Sermaize. Reaper and Binder in front of 3 roomed hut
girls' hut at Sermaize.
Grange-le-Comte.
Headquarters at Golaucourt
Workers camp in own huts. Dole.
A Donkey Cart
Hut among ruins in Marne Village
Waterworks at Ornans for our shop.
Workshop at Ornans.
Workbench in shop at Dole
Children's ward Chateau hospital
Embroidery exhibition. Sermaize.
Chateau Hospital at Sermaize
The Fountain Sermaize
Hollow brick house at Sermaize Cite.
Open graves at Ham.
Warehouse. London
Dr. Babbitt at Bettancourt.
Rheims Cathedral. Joan of Arc Statue
Ornans. vue-generale

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