Tonight at 7.15, Dr. Henry J. Cadbury '09 will give an illustrated talk on "Conditions in Central Europe," in Peabody Hall, Phillips Broks House. Dr. Cadbury was a member of the Friends' Relief Committee and took an active part in relief work for many months. This committee, in addition to its work in Germany, worked in France and Czarist Russia during the war and is still working in Serbia, Poland, Austria and Soviet Russia. Dr. Cadbury's talk will be made more vivid since he has a large number of slides, including photographs of children, showing many of the actual conditions of suffering and want for the relief of which the Hoover Fund is being raised. He has called his subject "A Relief Worker's Testimony," and his personal experience will enable him to bring home Europe's present need of aid, which the Hoover Fund purposes to fill.
DR. CADBURY TALKS AT 7.15
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