[Handbill advertising American Nurses Relief Corps Hayseeders Ball to provide funds for the Irish White Cross]
Handbill issued by the American Nurses Relief Corps advertising a fund-raising ball in aid of the Irish White Cross. The Irish White Cross was established on the 1st of February 1921, as a mechanism for distributing funds raised by the American Committee for Relief in Ireland and was in existence until 1928.
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This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
On recto (blue print on white paper): "American Nurses Relief Corps. / To provide funds for Irish White Cross / Come to the Hayseeders Ball / An Evening of Enjoyment in Ginghams / at / 12th Regiment Armory / Columbus Ave. & 62nd Street / Saturday February 5th, 1921 / 9p.m. / Admission One Dollar / FANNY PARNELL'S / Message to the Women of Ireland / O'Last at the Cross and First at the Grave / and first at the rising too / Is there nothing left for your hearts to feel / Or left for your hands to do”.
Formerly at call number POL/1920-30/6
Physical description: 1 handbill ; 21.5 x 15.1 cm.