Monthly Archives: April 2017

Caroline Ferriday: Humanitarian by Linda Harris Sittig

There were over 40,000 Nazi concentration camps and incarceration sites during the Holocaust, but only one main camp after 1939 was designated solely for female prisoners. That camp was RavensbrČ•ck. Built in 1938, near the village of RavensbrČ•ck, Germany, approximately … Continue reading

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Dorothy Harrison Eustis: Giving the Gift of Sight by Linda Harris Sittig

It took the generosity of one woman and the loyalty of one breed of dog to change life for thousands of visually impaired people. Born into a wealthy Philadelphia family in 1886, Dorothy Harrison learned the importance of philanthropy from … Continue reading

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