The Great Influenza of 1918, World War I, and The American Red Cross

The Public Health Museum welcomes Dr. Marian Moser Jones, University of Maryland School of Public Health, and Emily Thomas, Nichols College and the Clara Barton Birthplace Museum, on Wednesday, April 4th at the Tewksbury Public Library.

Each will present around the topic of the 1918 flu pandemic, as we celebrate its 100 year anniversary.

"World War I & The Great Influenza Pandemic in Massachusetts," By Dr. Marian Moser Jones

"Clara Barton & The Founding of the American Red Cross," By Emily Thomas

The session will be moderated by Dr. Alfred DeMaria, of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. Dr. DeMaria will also speak about present day flu.

The event is FREE, but a $5 donation is suggested at the door.


Start Date/Time:
Apr 04, 2018 7:00PM

End Date/Time:
Apr 04, 2018 8:30PM

Registration URL:


Tewksbury Public Library

300 Chandler Street
Tewksbury , MA 01876


Ashlynn Rickord
978-851-7321 x.2606

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