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Roubaix Echo April 1941

There were 95 patients registered at the hospital during the month of March, thus there were a total of 90 or more patients for the first 3 months of the year 1941. This is some kind of a record. An influenza and a tonsillitis epidemic contributed most of this group.

This camp newspaper has been reproduced, printed, and will be available to read at the Civilian Conservation Corps Museum of South Dakota along with others.

Reproduced from original donated by Dean Talty

Reproduced from original donated by Dean Talty

Reproduced from original donated by Dean Talty
Reproduced from original donated by Dean Talty
Reproduced from original donated by Dean Talty
Reproduced from original donated by Dean Talty
Reproduced from original donated by Dean Talty
Reproduced from original donated by Dean Talty
Reproduced from original donated by Dean Talty
On Thursday evening, April 17, forty-two enrollees from Arkansas rolled into camp Roubaix.
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