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The West Street Ambassadors
The West Street Ambassadors

The West Street Ambassadors

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Part Number:ct535

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softcover

Scott D. Trostel

Cam-Tech Publishing, 2006

978-0925436535
Nearly 40 of Troy, Ohio's teenage girls operated a community-based free canteen for the soldiers in WWII. The Junior Girl's Canteen provided dedicated service to approximately 600,000 soldiers on all passing trains. Soldiers were provided sandwiches, pecan pies, cookies, coffee, magazines and friendly smiles as their trains paused at the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad station.

Residents of Troy and communities in six counties supported the girl's efforts. They overcame many difficulties which would have discouraged any man or woman had the cause been less worthy, or had the community been less wholehearted. They were dedicated and unsung ambassadors to the many who stood in harms way in defense of our freedom and liberties. On behalf of a grateful region they expressed gratitude to the many troops.

Cam-Tech Publishing, softcover, 136 pages, 8.5 x 5.5 x .25 in., B&W photographs with text.

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