October 30, 1919
To: Mrs. Sarah Robison
From: Attending Nurse at the Ford Hospital
Mr. Anderson is getting along just fine. He has had quite a bit if pain. Will be able to sit up in a few days. (Speaking of John Wesley Anderson)
Note: Sarah Batson Robison came from Worth County, Missouri to stay with the family (8 children) in the Divide District of Buffalo County, Nebraska while John was in the hospital. His wife Alta (daughter of Sarah) died a March 12th, 1919 of the “Great Influenza Epidemic”

 

October 30, 1919

 

Ford Hospital 25th & Douglas Sts., Modern in every detail

 

To: Mrs. Sarah Robison

 

From: Attending Nurse at the Ford Hospital

 

Mr. Anderson is getting along just fine. He has had quite a bit of pain. Will be able to sit up in a few days. (Speaking of John Wesley Anderson)

Note: Sarah Batson Robison came from Worth County, Missouri to stay with the family (8 children) in the Divide District of Buffalo County, Nebraska while John was in the hospital. John’s wife Alta (daughter of Sarah Robison) died March 12th, 1919 of the “Great Influenza Epidemic”. To learn more about this deadly epidemic, which rapidly spread across our nation, killing thousands in as little as 24 hours after onset of symptoms, please click on the link to be taken to an article on this subject.

 

 

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