Anderson Gibson (1836-1921) was an animal trapper born in Kentucky and spent his final days in Nebraska. Great photo & thanks for sharing MaryAnn Anderson! [ Original: Anderson Gibson Kentucky Nebraska history ]
"A contingent of 15 nurses,…arrive in the southwest Pacific area, received their first batch of home mail at their station." 268th Station Hospital, Australia. Three of the nurses are Lts. Prudence L. Burns, Inez Holmes, and Birdie E. Brown, 11/29/1943
Eleanor “Bunny” Butler Alexander-Roosevelt (1888-1960), philanthropist and wife of Theodore Roosevelt Jr.
Although wives of US servicemen were forbidden from joining their husbands overseas during World War I, Bunny followed her husband France where she ran a YMCA canteen (1917). She also designed the uniform worn by YMCA canteen workers.