World War I-era Camp Bowie nurses in charge of the contagious and infectious diseases ward. From left: Marie Stroupe, Myrtle Peterson, Lillian Jenkins and Ellen Johnson.
World War I-era Camp Bowie nurses in charge of the contagious and infectious diseases ward. From left: Marie Stroupe, Myrtle Peterson, Lillian Jenkins and Ellen Johnson. Special Collections/University of Texas at Arlington Libraries
World War I-era Camp Bowie nurses in charge of the contagious and infectious diseases ward. From left: Marie Stroupe, Myrtle Peterson, Lillian Jenkins and Ellen Johnson. Special Collections/University of Texas at Arlington Libraries

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