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American Hospital Unit Leaves the Southern Front, Unattributed

September 20, 2019
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American Hospital Unit Leaves the Southern Front, Unattributed

The Volunteer for Liberty, V.1, No. 24, November 17, 1937 After six months on the Cordoba front, the American Hospital Unit under Dr. A. I. Friedman (of Hackensack, N. J.) is now at Villa Paz for a short period of reorganization before, leaving for the Fifteenth Brigade. The American Hospital of the South and...
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My Cousin Fredericka Imogene Martin

November 19, 2018
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My Cousin Fredericka Imogene Martin

This is the full text of the Barbara Martin’s article that appears in the December 2018 issue of The Volunteer v. 35, no. 4.   While I never met Freddie in person, I corresponded with her from June 1981 until August 1987. I also spoke to her once shortly after an earthquake had hit...
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