Mission Photograph Album - China #20 page 0002
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C12468 Children in line for milk, provided by the Chinese National Relief
and Rehabilitation Administration at the YWCA nutritional center in
C1246 Marisa Pozan is taking up her studies once again after their
interpretation by the Japanese
C12473 Nurse Sato Bik trading the "amoks" (women) servants in Tung
Huarking Hospital in Hong Kong how to read
C12476 Kitchen has had no repairs or equipment since Pearl Harbor, but to
many girls it means the difference between life or slow situations
C12477 Nurses at the Tung Hira Tung Hospital in Hong Kong China attend a
meeting of their YWCA club in the dining room of their own hospital.
C12478 Five cent lunch, the difference between eating and not eating.
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