When the Spanish Flu hit Seattle 100 years ago, the Red Cross was there

By Gordon Williams December 1918. Combating influenza in Seattle, Washington, at work in the Red Cross rooms in Seattle, Washington with influenza masks on faces. Mention the American Red Cross and you think of aiding disaster victims, collecting blood and teaching first aid. Those are all functions the Red Cross performs, but in 1918 we … Continue reading When the Spanish Flu hit Seattle 100 years ago, the Red Cross was there