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Dorothy Horrax Sutton Papers

    The collection contains letters from Dorothy Sutton, a member of the Near East Relief, who wrote to her family in the United States from Constantinople, South Russia, and Greece. She described what she and the Near East Relief were doing for refugees and orphans (1920-1926). Dorothy Horrax Sutton was born in Montclair, New Jersey (1878). She was trained as a kindergarten teacher. In 1918, she went to France where she directed various relief works. In the fall of 1919, Sutton returned to America but a year later she went back to Europe to serve as a volunteer for Near East Relief.

    Original source name : Dorothy Horrax Sutton Papers
    English translation : Dorothy Horrax Sutton Papers
    Creator : personal fonds
    Document- type 1 : correspondence
    Reference number : GR GL DHS 042
    Language(s) : English, Greek
    Geographical coverage : Greece, Turkey,Russia, USA
    Time range : 20thc.
    Year(s) : 1920-1926
    Theme 1 : experience of migration
    Link to the item in the catalogue :
    Archive name : Αμερικανική Σχολή Κλασικών Σπουδών στην Αθήνα
    Archive name (English) : American School of Classical Studies Athens
    Archive address : 61 Soudias, Athens , GR 10776
    City : Athens
    Country : Greece
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