Emphasizing the need for medical supplies for the children on Palestine, Mrs. Bernard Pearlman, left and Miss Norma Rothchild pose with an ambulance in Public Square in the interest of the bazaar sponsored by the Watertown chapter of Hadassah in September 1948. Proceeds from the bazaar went to supplies “to bring health to the children of Israel.” Watertown Daily Times file

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