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Uniformed Women in the Great War

Mabel C.S. D’Olier

American Friends Service Committee

Mabel Creth Sullivan D’Olier served in France as a volunteer with the American Friends Service Committee, a Quaker organization formed in 1917. The group provided aid to displaced civilians in France, Belgium, Russia, Serbia, Austria, and Poland during and after the war. The French government awarded D’Olier the Red Cross medal for her service.

Mabel C.S. D’Olier
Courtesy of the National Archives

Uniform worn by Mabel C.S. D’Olier
Gift of Mabel C.S. D’Olier through The National Society of the Colonial Dames of America