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We are proud that this site in memory of our mother has been chosen as part of the Library of Congress Veteran's History Project. Our special thanks to
The Great War Society site, who is partnering this project with the Library of Congress

In Her Own Words

NEW! - Mount St Mary's Church Pittsburgh
My mother's name on the plaque in front of the church - all thanks to a friend

Her home on Ulysses Street

St Francis Hospital Pittsburgh - Mother's page

NEW! Childhood memories of our homes in Cincinnati

Pictures & Mementos

More Pictures

NEW ! New Pictures - 2010

NEW ! Miscellaneous Info

WWI Links

Thank you for visiting.
I get many questions about WW1 and women's role in that war. Unfortunately, I am not an historian, and cannot answer with any authority. Check the links page for places that might be able to help.

From my mother's diary written at age 81:

"With a little pride and self-adulation I end this journey’s tale by saying these feet of mine have travelled many many miles to different parts of the world – To France – To England – To Ireland – To Norway – To Sweden – To Finland - and through much of my beloved country. These feet travelled through hard roads and pleasant roads, through corridors of hospitals – miles of them both here and in Europe – through woods and parks and cities and the slums, always remembering how good God has been to me granting so much time to accomplish so much."

Click HERE to listen to "You're A Grand Old Flag"

Click HERE to listen to Over There

Till We Meet Again

World War One Song Site

I'm Murph, and you can e-mail me