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Title Commemorative ribbon sash: War Camp Community Service. (Hoboken, no date, circa 1918-1919).
Object Name Ribbon, Commemorative
Catalog Number 2003.060.0058
Collection Papers of Florence G. Miller & Family
Credit Gift of Frank Balogh
Scope & Content Commemorative ribbon sash: War Camp Community Service. (Hoboken, no date, circa 1918-1919).

Dark blue satin ribbon, 2" wide x 23" long with silver gilt stamped lettering. Reinforced ends with safety pin sewn to back of each end. Made by Whitehead & Hoag Co., Newark, N.J. - round printed paper label on reverse.

From the Papers of Florence G. Miller & Family. Florence Miller and her mother, Mrs. F. P. (Mary Miller) Markey were American Red Cross volunteers during World War I when Hoboken was the U.S. Army Port of Embarkation (and a Port of Debarkation.)

War Camp Community Service, Officers' House, Hoboken, N.J., Hudson and Third Streets. (The Grand Hotel was taken over for the duration of the war.)
People Miller, Madeline
Miller, Florence
Markey, Mary H.
Markey, Mary Miller
Date 1918-1919
Year Range from 1918.0
Year Range to 1919.0
Search Terms World War I
Grand Hotel
232 Hudson St.
Third St.
Hudson St.
War Camp Community Service
American Red Cross
Caption sash: War Camp Community Service
Imagefile 254\20030600058.TIF
Classification Social & Personal Activity
Philanthropy
Volunteers
War
Women