Medicine: Bostonian in Greece

The elegant Hotel New Angleterre, in Athens, was a favorite honeymoon spot at the turn of the century. Years ago, Boston's blueblood lawyer Robert Gray Dodge stayed there. Last week, one of its shabby, faded rooms with a wash basin in the corner was the office of his handsome, curly-blonde daughter, Lieut. Colonel Katherine ("Khaki") Dodge, 43, the U.S. Public Health Service's only woman Senior Surgeon on active relief duty.

Colonel Dodge herself was not in the office. As chief UNRRA health officer for the area from Athens to the middle of the Greek peninsula, she was off in a valley some...

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