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July 9, 1918

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Mrs BW Dickinson is active in the Red Cross, having personally made 500 bandages, plus bed garments. At Bosley Springs, Tennessee a train wreck has taken the life of one hundred people, the majority of the dead are African Americans.

Source: "Woman Active in Red Cross," The Daily Gate City and Constitution-Democrat, Keokuk, Iowa, July 9, 1918. Page 2, Column 4.

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