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A class in sewing - is a feature of the child welfare work in the old city of Salonica which the Greek authorities are conducting in cooperation with the American Red Cross The Americans are carrying out an active child welfare campaign in Europe.

A class in sewing - is a feature of the child welfare work in the old city of Salonica which the Greek authorities are conducting in cooperation with the American Red Cross The Americans are carrying out an active child welfare campaign in Europe.

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