1918The Gallery-on-the-Moors was used for manufacturing surgical dressings and raising money for wounded French artists.Arts and Culture, Government and Public Service, Military, Art

Gloucester Daily Times. “Gallery-on-the-Moors Has Done Much For Uplift of the Whole Community.” August 31, 1918, Vol. 54 No. 8953 edition. https://sawyer.advantage-preservation.com/.
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Emmeline Atwood, who owned Gallery-on-the-Moors with her husband, went to Washington D.C. during the winter of 1917-1918 and took a course in training for the Red Cross. When she returned to East Gloucester in the spring, she opened the Gallery for sewing surgical dressings and the building became the home base for the Gloucester branch of the Red Cross.

O’Gorman, James, Parnassus on Ledge Rd., This Other Gloucester, Ten Pound Island Press, 1990,
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