Knox College Struggle and Progress-African Americans in Knox County, Illinois (Knox College)
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Colored workers at the shop
Colored workers at the shop
TitleColored workers at the shop
DescriptionA half-page (p. 328) from the book "Knox County, Illinois. The honor roll, 1917-1918-1919: Being record of what was done in Knox County in those three eventful years and who did it." Depicts seventeen African American women in nurses uniforms.
SubjectNurses
Subject (LCSH)World War, 1914-1918 - Illinois - Knox County - Registers.
Time Period1920s
PublisherGalesburg, Ill. : The Wagoner Printing
Date Created (original)1920
TypeText
Formattiff
IdentifierSpecial Collections D609 .K56 page 328
Languageeng
RightsSee http://library.knox.edu/digitalcollections/rightsinfo.htm
CollectionStruggle and Progress-African Americans in Knox County, Illinois (Knox College)
Date Digital2010-04-19
TranscriptTop Row--Adah Davis, Ella Brown, Mary E. Waters, Lillian Fletcher, Louise Ward, Blanche Easley, Eva W. Carter, Eva Solomon
Middle Row--Mollie Crew, Lynda Lewis, Madeline Wilder, Carrie Wells
Bottom Row--Addie Garnett, Emma Carter, Mayme Patton, Stella Lennington, Laura Beckley
FilenameHonorRollp328-2.tif
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