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Daily Archives: March 27, 2015
Alice Carr, WWI Red Cross Nurse
Alice Griffith Carr was born in Yellow Springs, Ohio, in 1887, the youngest daughter of William and Mary (Ladley) Carr. Her maternal grandfather, Rev. D. F. Ladley, was among the founders of Antioch College, and her father was the founder … Continue reading
Posted in Collections, Local History Tagged MS-135, nursing, women's history, Women's History Month, World War I, WWI, WWI100 5 Comments