Oakland Woman Sees Armenian Massacres

After braving the dangers of Turkey in the midst of war, and escaping, a nervous wreck, from the scenes of pillage and death, Miss Gladys Stephenson, a school teacher of Oakland, has reached home. She underwent trials the most extreme, and saw incidents that would fill novels. For two years she was among the Turks. She saw the Turkish army in battle, beeld massacres of Armenians, and watched trainloads of the unhappy people borne into the desert.


Making her way to seaport, she succeeded in boarding a ship for America, and is now at 1504 Chestnut street, recovering from her experiences.

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