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Letter form Clara Noyes to Agnes von Kurowsky

Date:
1920-03-18T00:00:00
Description:
This is a letter regarding Agnes von Kurowsky's availability for service. Included with this item is a copy of the original., 17500 The American Red Cross National Headquarters Washington, D. C. March 18, 1920. Miss Agnes G. VonKurowsky 29 Club Drive, Woodmere, L.I., N.Y. c/o Mrs. Max Bruell. [added by hand: "Put [illegible] served had [illegible]"] My dear Miss VonKurowsky: On your foreign application you state that you will be available by April 1st. We do not expect to send any nurses over during April, but can give you an assignment with a small group going over early in May, or if for any reason you prefer to wait until June we will then be sending a large number of nurses. We will be glad to hear from you as to which time you prefer to sail. With best wished, believe me as Very sincerely yours, [signed: "Clara D. Noyes"] Director, Department of Nursing. R/MOD, 17500 The American Red Cross National Headquarters Washington, D. C. March 18, 1920. Miss Agnes G. VonKurowsky 29 Club Drive, Woodmere, L.I., N.Y. c/o Mrs. Max Bruell. [added by hand: "Put [illegible] served had [illegible]"] My dear Miss VonKurowsky: On your foreign application you state that you will be available by April 1st. We do not expect to send any nurses over during April, but can give you an assignment with a small group going over early in May, or if for any reason you prefer to wait until June we will then be sending a large number of nurses. We will be glad to hear from you as to which time you prefer to sail. With best wished, believe me as Very sincerely yours, [signed: "Clara D. Noyes"] Director, Department of Nursing. R/MOD 17500 March 18, 1920. Miss Agnes G. VonKurowsky 29 Club Drive, Woodmere, L.I., N.Y. c/o Mrs. Max Bruell. My dear Miss VonKurowsky: On your foreign application you state that you will be available by April 1st. We do not expect to send any nurses over during April, but can give you an assignme...
Partner:
National Archives and Records Administration
Part of:
Stanfield, Mrs. Agnes H. (Wm. C), Historical Nurse Files
Source:
https://catalog.archives.gov/id/6706184
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