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Frances G. Hoppin's Journal, 1917

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Issued Date: 1917
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10288/24422
Citation: Frances G. Hoppin Papers, Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library, College of William and Mary.
Description: This book contains Frances Hoppin's description of her experience with the Red Cross during her time in France. She includes reports of both the dispensary and other organizations she came in contact with. In the front entry, the diary includes a detailed description of the Grenelle Dispensary including the doctors, the running of dispensary, the red cross, and expenses. There is also a drawing of the floor plan of the building, including the uses of each of the rooms at 17 Rue de l'Avere. In this report, she mentions Monsieur and Madame Gallienne. In the back entry, Hoppin mentions other organizations and doctors she worked with, including a Dr. Moercau (sic.). These are separated by individual headings for the different hospitals and charitable entities which are elaborated on further in a report issued April 1st 1918, which is included later in the collection.

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