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    Miniature Red Cross Facility Diorama. Contains early bisque dolls in Red Cross uniform in a miniature field hospital setting. There is no history as to when this display was used by the Red Cross Museum. The uniforms and nurses hats were all hand made with some identified as to their position in the hospital. Each of the 125 dolls are bisque and marked "Made in Germany". Tables, chairs, and serving pieces as well as miniature medicinal bottles are included in the display. There are some broken pieces in the set but it is obvious that certain care was taken to make the display as accurate as possible. The scene is completed by the metal stove and table grouping that signifies the efforts of the Red Cross to feed the needy or homeless in a time of disaster. From the collection of the American Red Cross.

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    November, 2009
    17th-18th Tuesday-Wednesday
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