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World War II, 1943 - 1944


Scope and Contents

From the Collection:

The Kathleen Burke Hale Papers contain manuscripts, correspondence, diaries, photographs, and tributes spanning her life as a relief worker during World War I, as the adoptive benefactor of a French village following World War II, and as a Santa Barbara philanthropist throughout the first half of the twentieth century.


  • 1943 - 1944

Language of Materials

From the Collection:

Although primarily in English, portions of the collection are in French.

Conditions Governing Access

Collection is open for research.


25 Photographic Prints

Photo captions

Inauguration of a Red Cross mobile health unit. Gift of the Count of Beaumont. Distribution of books from the bookmobile.

Inauguration of a mobile sanitary unit of the Red Cross. The men go to the showers in a tent set up for this purpose near the truck providing hot water.


Repository Details

Part of the Gledhill Library Repository

136 E. De La Guerra
Santa Barbara California 93101 USA