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Cardinal Farley Soldiers and Sailors Club located on 15th E. 30th Street in Manhattan.

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A group of girls with the Columbus Volunteers Service Flag in a 1918 Fourth of July parade

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A group of commissioned and non-commissioned military officers, all members of the Columbus Volunteers, 1917

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Sections from the Church of Our Lady of Lourdes Bulletin about their Red Cross.

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St. Columba's Red Cross, Catholic News, February 23, 1918

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A branch of the Red Cross at Madonna House, a settlement house run by the Sisters of Christian Doctrine on the Lower East Side of Manhattan

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A New York City letter carrier protecting himself against the influenza.

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News of the end of the war reaches the streets of New York City

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Bishop Patrick Hayes delivering a sermon at a Military Mass in Battery Park for the Americans killed in France, May 31, 1919 (Memorial Day). A crowd of over 10,000 attended the service.

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The Longacre Hut sat at Broadway and 42nd Street, in the heart of Manhattan. It was built to hold over 500 men with the hope of providing them with exciting entertainment while on leave in New York.
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