Lucile Scott (1893-1984) grew up with privilege and social standing, but she traded her comfortable life for the gray woolen uniforms of a World War I Red Cross volunteer in France during the height of the great influenza pandemic. Her letter to her mother in October 1918 detailed her struggles.

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