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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Two roomed Hut near Sermaize. Carave of Germany.
Ruins at Villiers-sous-Chatillon.
Stages in House building Malabry.
Sketch by D. O. Stephens- Refugees fleeing along road
See J. Norlan about this
[Town Buildings and Rubble]
Huts at Malabry: first 4 Stages of house building.
Varennes. On the left storeroom for relief.
Hospital for Red cross. [ first work done by American
Shops at Dole
Sunday Morning.
Raw material for Agricultural Repair Works
Dick Clements, T.E. Harvey. E. West, Jefferey Hardem, French Offic.
Samoens babies / Babies at Samoens.
machine Shop at Ornans
Snow at Neuilly. 40 houses erected in this village
Childs Welfare Exhibit at Red cross.
Children at Samoens. Sleeping on blanket.
[American/French Rally]
[Hospital Ward]

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