Six Canadian war-blinded men who came to Church Stretton for the first rehab training. Spring 1945
Sunday morning group of Red Cross VAD`s (Voluntary Aid Detachment) who served at Christie Street Military Hospital before going overseas.
Red Cross girls on board ship on the day of sailing from Montreal, June 1944. Verna is fourth from left in the back row
Verna (Johnson) Ritchie is hospital uniform in Toronto, Winter 1943
Postcard showing Church Stretton, England where Verna worked with the Red Cross
"Early '44, the call came for three Red Cross girls to go to St. Dunstan's, which was the rehabilitation centre for war blind in England, and I was one of the three."