Uncensored War Stories Told A Red Cross Worker (New York: 1923)

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buy moncler jackets Emma West Durkee was cheap moncler jackets born in 1881 moncler sale outlet in New York to Eugene and Emma Francis B. Durkee, and was the eldest sister of Helen Winslow Durkee. She attended Smith College in Massachusetts where she studied metalwork and moncler outlet sale jewelry, and was a member of the Banjo club (in which she played the guitar and autoharp). After graduating in 1901, she resided in cheap moncler coats East Patchogue, New York. From around 1918 to 1919 she contributed her moncler outlet store skills and time to World War I by serving in the American Red Cross organization as a hostess at Debarkation Hospital No. 5, and later continued to work as a hostess at the United States Army General Hospital No. 41 in 1920. In 1927 at age 46 she married Chauncey Benton Humphrey who served as a colonel in the United States Army during World War I. By 1930 the couple resided in Brookhaven, Suffolk, New York. moncler outlet uk She passed away March 29, 1934. buy moncler jackets

moncler sale outlet Debarkation Hospital No. 5 opened on December 22, 1918, and was located at Grand moncler outlet jackets Central Palace on Lexington Avenue and 46th Street in New York City. It consisted of twelve floors, and was near Grand Central Station. In general, debarkation hospitals were intended to receive overseas patients who landed back on United States soil. As Durkee moncler sale concisely writes: served as way stations and clearing houses for all classes of patients: from the patient who had almost completely recovered and was on the point of receiving discharge from the Army, and for the gravely sick or wounded whose convalescence cheap moncler jackets sale might be a matter of many months. 5 was capable of caring for 3,400 to 5,000 patients, and at one point received 1,328 patients in a single day, the hospital highest record. moncler sale outlet

cheap moncler coats United States Army General Hospital No. 41 at Fox Hills moncler factory outlet in New York was ready to admit patients in the spring of 1918. At first, its purpose was to be a debarkation hospital since it had its own dock at the entrance at Port of New York, and was dubbed Debarkation Hospital No. 2 for more than a year. Its name changed to United States Army General Hospital No. 41 once debarkation purposes were no moncler jacket sale longer needed at Fox Hills. Cases treated there varied from medical to psychopathic. Durkee notes that in January of 1920, there were about 3,500 military patients receiving treatment at Fox Hills.[2] cheap moncler coats

The folio consists of [264] typed leaves and is illustrated with approximately 150 prints which include photographs, portraits, and mounted letters. cheap moncler Snidow. 5 and Army General Hospital No. 41 are found throughout the book. Some of the patients stories include Christmas at Debarkation Hospital No. 5, a movie theatre party, a wedding for one of the patients that was planned in a recreation room, the sewing of uniform patches by Mrs. Grover Cleveland, the disappearance of one of the patient turtle pet named Napoleon, and the Governor party which was held for everyone that was associated with the hospital.

moncler sale Some memorabilia included are Durkee Red Cross Certificate moncler outlet online recognizing her service, a silk souvenir handkerchief from France, a fabric swatch from the upholstery of the hospital lounge, a letter signed from the former First Lady Frances F. Cleveland Preston who also worked at Debarkation Hospital No. 5, a poem written by Private Moses M. Navy forces in Russia and helped perform intelligence missions against the Bolsheviks (and who later adopted seven Russian orphans). moncler sale

moncler outlet The preface includes the date New York City, May 1, 1923 and states: typewritten copies of this book have been made of which this is Number One. A list of some of the staff and the patients that were admitted into the hospital are included. moncler outlet

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