100 Years Ago: Nurses Pack Hospital Supplies

The Intelligencer November 27, 1914 (page 7)

“A large and valuable box of specially selected and prepared Hospital supplies and comforts, packed under the skilled supervision of Miss Greene, Miss Falkiner, and other nurses, has been forwarded from Belleville to the Queen’s Canadian Military Hospital at Shorncliffe, through Sir Frederick Williams-Taylor, of the Bank of Montreal, who arranged for free transporation.”