The Puyallup Historical Society has been researching the early adult life of an American Red Cross worker Bess Cook, who braved the aftermath of World War I Europe to minister to citizens and American occupation forces personnel.
The Puyallup Historical Society has been researching the early adult life of an American Red Cross worker Bess Cook, who braved the aftermath of World War I Europe to minister to citizens and American occupation forces personnel. Courtesy
The Puyallup Historical Society has been researching the early adult life of an American Red Cross worker Bess Cook, who braved the aftermath of World War I Europe to minister to citizens and American occupation forces personnel. Courtesy

Anderson: Detailing the life of Puyallup’s American Red Cross worker a fascinating process

August 17, 2016 02:43 PM

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