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Photograph from Beginning Again at Ararat by Mabel Elliott, an account of Elliot's work as medical director of Near East relief for the American Women's Hospitals.

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“Millions of refugees, almost totally without men”: The American Women’s Hospitals and the Fire of Smyrna

Dr. Mabel Elliott (b. 1881) was the Near East medical director for the American Women's Hospitals during and after the first World War, treating refugees and orphans throughout Turkey, Armenia and Greece.

Creator: Elliott, Mabel Evelyn, b. 1881

Contributor: Finley, John H. (John Huston), 1863-1940

Publisher: Fleming H. Revell Company

Publisher Location: New York; Chicago

Language: english

Item Number: uh543_e5_001

Pages: 358

Size: 14x21

Physical Collection: Beginning Again at Ararat by Mabel Elliott, uh543_e5

Link to OPAC Record: http://innoserv.library.drexel.edu/search/t?SEARCH=Beginning%20Again%20at%20Ararat&searchscope=9&SORT=D

Cite this source: Title of document, date. The American Women’s Hospitals and the Fire of Smyrna: Millions of refugees, almost totally without men. Doctor or Doctress?: Explore American history through the eyes of women physicians. The Legacy Center, Drexel University College of Medicine Archives & Special Collections. Philadelphia, PA. Date of access. http://lcdc.library.drexel.edu/islandora/object/islandora:1492

American Women's Hospitals

Women in missionary work

Elliott, Mabel Evelyn, b. 1881

World War, 1914-1918--Hospitals

World War, 1914-1918--Refugees