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Pasadena's little known 1925 swine flu research team?I'm guessing this has something to do with a small pox scare.
These are women who were owned by their husbands. These are men who apparently forbade them to speak in public.Even we canines can always bark.
Volunteers at Red Cross during the 1918 influenza pandemic.
I think AH is right.
I'm going to take a wild guess: volunteers at a hospice for TB.
One person is close but not quite there.
The Rose parade court publicizing volunteers for the flu pandemic?
Hiker's got it. 1918.
Rose court visits patients at La Vina Tuberculoses sanitarium.
This is the Ladies Auxillary of the OTO on the day that Mrs. Garfield (First Lady) keeled over while having tea at the Rose Tree Cottage. They didn't properly refrigerate the clotted cream. Tsk. Poor dear. Smelly business that. just ask Cabot & Sons.
RTotBS: You look familiar...
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