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John Alling

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Parent Issue
Day
15
Month
July
Year
1950
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Red Cross Blood Donors - Irene Alling & Her Daughters, July 1944

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 15, 1944
Caption
THEY KNOW VALUE OF BLOOD TO ARMED FORCES: Five pints of blood were deposited in the Red Cross Blood Bank yesterday when five members of the Alling family joined in sending aid from the home front to the fighting front where two sons and brothers are serving. Lt. James Alling, a Flying Fortress navigator, is now a German prisoner, and John Alling a landing signal officer, is with the Navy. Shown, left to right, after they donated blood, are the uniformed men's sisters, Ann, Betsy, Mary and Sue, and their mother, Mrs. Robert Alling, all of 3125 Geddes Ave.

Red Cross Graduated Volunteer Nurses, March 1942

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 18, 1942
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COEDS TRAIN FOR SERVICE: These five Ann Arbor girls have spent the summer receiving Red Cross Nurse's Aide training here so they may serve Red Cross chapters in this capacity when they return to college next month. From left to right are Ann Alling, 3125 Geddes Rd., Michigan State College student; her sister, Sue, Oak Grove College, Vasselboro, Me.; Elizabeth RIchardson, 2113 Devonshire Rd., University of Wisconsin; Isobel Morrison, 1052 Baldwin Ave.; Manhattanville College, New York; and Mary Maurice, 1082 Ferdon Rd., University of Michigan. All except Mary Maurice, who will work in Ann Arbor, will be issued transfers to other Red Cross chapters.

Alling, Irene Brown

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Parent Issue
Day
29
Month
October
Year
1993
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