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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[Military Personnel Seated on Ship]
[Walking Alongside Train]
Tuberculosis huts near Chateau Hochette
Transporting sections for a house in the war-zone.
Mission Huts. Dole.
...dispensary, Vitry-le-Francois. Dr. Heard
[Damaged Church]
St. Remy. hospital.
Construction gang - Cafe Robinson Dole
A Donkey Cart.
Huts at Besancon (nearly completed.
Oxen and 3 ton truck Ornans
Machine shop Ornans.
Refugees waiting at the station
Map of Verdun district.
Map of Northern France
W. Biddle and H. Scattergood
Brabant-en-Argonne - Stores of Mission. / Cooperative store. Brabant-en Argonne.
Map of battle front / Map of Battle Front.
Chateau Hospital (two nurses with Babies in Basket.

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