American Red Cross - Canteens - Interior of American Red Cross canteen at Austerlitz Station known officially as L.O.C. Canteen #7. The workers are in middle of midday meal, looking after needs of the boys, the girls, left to right: Miss Ruth Burns, #306 West 102nd St., N.Y.C.; Miss Frances Hoppin, 19 Waverly Place, Providence, Rhode Island; Miss Connel, Paris, France; May Felsberg, 809 Argle Road, Brooklyn, N.Y

Chicago citation style
War Department. 1789-9/18/1947. American Red Cross - Canteens - Interior of American Red Cross canteen at Austerlitz Station known officially as L.O.C. Canteen #7. The workers are in middle of midday meal, looking after needs of the boys, the girls, left to right: Miss Ruth Burns, #306 West 102nd St., N.Y.C.; Miss Frances Hoppin, 19 Waverly Place, Providence, Rhode Island; Miss Connel, Paris, France; May Felsberg, 809 Argle Road, Brooklyn, N.Y. 1917-01-01/1918-12-31. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.archives.gov/id/20803766. (Accessed September 22, 2018.)
APA citation style
War Department. 1789-9/18/1947, (1917-01-01/1918-12-31) American Red Cross - Canteens - Interior of American Red Cross canteen at Austerlitz Station known officially as L.O.C. Canteen #7. The workers are in middle of midday meal, looking after needs of the boys, the girls, left to right: Miss Ruth Burns, #306 West 102nd St., N.Y.C.; Miss Frances Hoppin, 19 Waverly Place, Providence, Rhode Island; Miss Connel, Paris, France; May Felsberg, 809 Argle Road, Brooklyn, N.Y. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.archives.gov/id/20803766
MLA citation style
War Department. 1789-9/18/1947. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America <http://catalog.archives.gov/id/20803766>.
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