February 14, 1942

Some of the children’s valentines were very bright. June’s to Mrs. Macabee, “a dish cloth dripping with love for you”—to Daddy, “A garbage can full of hearts for you.” All were typical of our trades in here. There are fifteen now in our tiny hospital. When clearing out the bombed building, they found two toilets unflushed and completely full, probably the source of our dysentery, with a few carriers.

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