Rosebud Study Group


Representatives of the Rosebud Study Group, a subsidiary of the Oregon Federation of Colored Women’s Clubs, marched in a parade to send off black soldiers to Fort Lewis in 1918. They wore Red Cross uniforms and supported the Colored Women’s Patriotic Drive Association during WWI.

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  • PUpic_001333



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  • Neg.# 39034, bc006599, photo file 113-A
  • OrHi 39034

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