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World War I - Nursing Sisters
|Name/Title:||World War I - Nursing Sisters|
Item consists of a photographic print. Possibly a group of nursing sisters from World War I.
On the back of the image, names are provided:
2nd from left: Ethel Carter, Port Colborne, Helen Kendall (Sydney, Nova Scotia), Olive Fitzgibbon, Dorothy Cotton (Matron) – (Montreal), Garfield Mackay, Irene Savage (Oakville), Jean Grahame, Margaret Killmaster.
2 missing from picture
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|Tags:||World War I|
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