Red Cross Canteen

Red Cross Canteen

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The Red Cross Canteen in El Reno, Oklahoma is a small wooden structure located east of the Rock Island Depot. Built by volunteer labor with telegraph poles donated by the Rock Island Railroad, the facility opened on August 1, 1918 just south of the railroad station as an American Red Cross commissary to serve troop trains that stopped in El Reno during World War I.

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