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Symboles de la liberté et de l'huma[nité] La Croix Rouge, la mère de toutes les nations.

Symboles de la liberté et de l'huma[nité] La Croix Rouge, la mère de toutes les nations.

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Poster showing two Red Cross nurses, one, a Madonna figure, cradling in her arms a wounded soldier(?) on a litter, between the flags of Haiti and the United States.
Piece missing from lower right corner with some loss of text.

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01/01/1914
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