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Red Cross Scrapbook 1934: page 75 - December

Title

Red Cross Scrapbook 1934: page 75 - December

Subject

American Red Cross

Great Depression, 1929-1939

Food relief--Kansas

Unemployment

Description

A page from the 1934 scrapbook of newspaper clippings from the Arkansas City (Kansas) Traveler. The scrapbooks were created by local Red Cross volunteers. Articles during the Depression years covered food and other relief efforts, and documented unemployment issues.

Creator

Arkansas City (Kansas) Traveler

Source

Arkansas City Public Library, Arkansas City, Kansas

Publisher

Arkansas City Public Library, Arkansas City, Kansas

Date

[1934-12]

Contributor

Red Cross Volunteers

Rights

Used with permission of copyright holder. Further reproduction prohibited without permission.

In Copyright In Copyright

Format

application/pdf

Language

English

Type

Clippings

Coverage

Cowley County, Kansas



Citation
Arkansas City (Kansas) Traveler, “Red Cross Scrapbook 1934: page 75 - December,” Digital Arkansas City, accessed May 25, 2020, https://arkcity.digitalsckls.info/item/124.
Text

When Santa Went to Legionville
The children at the Legionville preventorium near Coffeyville received a thrill when they were visited the other day by Santa Claus. Legionville is supported largely through the sale of Christmas seals, and is an institution for the cure of children threatened with lung trouble. Four Arkansas City youngsters —Helen Hainds, Wesley, Kenneth and Donald Nowell, are at Legionville.

Original Format

Newspaper clipping on scrapbook paper.