Dorothea B. Jones with new refrigerator in the laboratory of main hospital pavilion

Title

Dorothea B. Jones with new refrigerator in the laboratory of main hospital pavilion

Subject

Polish Medical Mission

Description

Dorothea Jones was an American young woman from Beacon Hill, MA who, after being turned down by UNRRA, started working for the USC's French Office under Noel Field. She was appointed a member of the Polish Medical Team that, starting in 1944, assisted Polish DPs in returning to Poland, first in France, then British occupied Germany, then finally in Piekary, Silesia, where she was made the USC Director in Poland.

Creator

Alex Chen

Source

Work 53. USCA, Audiovisual Records, Photographs, 1941-1986, bMS 16181/5 (6) , Andover-Harvard Theological Library, Harvard University

Date

1944-1949

Rights

Andover-Theological Library, Harvard Divinity School, Archives

Type

Photograph

Files

16673949.jpeg

Citation

Alex Chen , “Dorothea B. Jones with new refrigerator in the laboratory of main hospital pavilion,” Mapping Cultural Space Across Eurasia, accessed June 28, 2022, https://eurasia.omeka.fas.harvard.edu/items/show/905.

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