National Geographic : 1917 Nov
Photograph from Harriet Chalmers Adams SHE IS SERVING HER COUNTRY AS A STATION-MISTRESS The women of France are playing an important part in supplying the armies at the front by accepting employment on the railroads as ticket agents, conductors, freight clerks, and train dispatchers. Photograph from Harriet Chalmers Adams ON FAME'S ETERNAL CAMPING GROUND "There are tombs in every field, fornoregion has suffered more from fire and sword. All the nations ofEurope have coveted-Lorraine since the days of the Romans. On the graves wild flowers are blooming red poppies, blue cornflowers, white daisies. Even indeath, Nature in France greets her soldierswith the tricolor."