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Pauline Waring HERRICK, Nurse

Pauline Waring Herrick.

This is the story of Nurse Pauline Waring HERRICK who was stationed in Paris and Brest, France in 1918-19 as a member of the YMCA Relief Commission.

She was born and raised in Cleveland, OH, the daughter of a Union Civil War Colonel and Ohio State Senator (Col. John Frank Herrick), worked in Cleveland after WWI, had a beautiful singing voice, and never married. She died in 1935 at the young age of 54 years.

 

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WWI United States Military Shoulder Patches / Sleeve Insignias
collected in 1918-1919 by
Pauline Waring Herrick (18811935)
while a Member of the
YMCA AEF Relief Commission
Brest, France

 

 


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Description: This is the story of Pauline Waring Herrick who was stationed in Paris and Brest, France in 1918-19 as a member of the YMCA Relief Commission. She was born and raised in Cleveland, OH, the daughter of a Union Civil War Colonel and Ohio State Senator (Col. John Frank Herrick), worked in Cleveland after WWI.

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