• "Army for Poland is now in the Making"

      n.d.
      A newspaper article "Army for Poland is Now in the Making" discusses the forming of the Grey Samaritans. The group will be trained in "nursing and dietetics, and the plan is to send them abroad to do reconstruction work in Poland as soon as war conditions will permit."
    • Boccaccio Program

      1924
      A program for "Boccaccio" at the Spreckels Theatre in San Diego, California. The production is produced and directed by Mme. Laura De Turczynowicz.
    • Business Card, "Madame Laura De Gozdawa Turcznowicz Commissaire National Lithuanienne de Charite"

      n.d.
      A business card with a red cross in the top left hand corner. The card reads, "Madame Laura De Gozdawa Turcznowicz Commissaire National Lithuanienne De Charite".
    • "Canada has fine Voices"

      1924
      A newspaper article "Canada has fine Voices" discussing the "'Operatic Situation in Canada'".
    • The El Paso Times, "El Paso Visitor Recalls March of Prussians Through Poland in 1916, Flight From Europe"

      Sweeney Brown, Joteen (1942-11-05)
      A newspaper article from The El Paso Times, "El Paso Visitor Recalls March of Prussians Through Poland in 1916, Flight From Europe". The article includes quotes from Laura de Turczynowicz about the year she spent living under the Prussians and a new book she is working on "Strange Altars".
    • The Geisha Program

      n.d.
      Royal Victoria Theatre program for "The Geisha: A Story of a Tea House, A Japanese Musical Plan in Two Acts by Sydney Jones, Produced and Directed by Mme. de Turczynowicz".
    • Hansel and Gretel Program

      1928-04-16
      A program for "Hansel and Gretel" and "The Sorcerer" presented by The Conservatory Opera Company. The program mentions that the opera's are presented under "personal direction" by Dr. Ernest MacMillan, Mme. Laura De Turczynowicz, and Dr. Healey Willan.
    • Letter to Wanda Hermann from Laura de Turczynowicz and Peter de Turczynowicz

      de Turczynowicz, Laura; de Turczynowicz, Peter (1941-04-04)
      There are two letter that arrived for Wanda Hermann from her Mother Laura de Turczynowicz and her brother Peter de Turczynowicz. The first letter from her mother, discusses the weather in California and asks about Wanda's portrait that she recently painted. The second letter from her brother Peter reads in part "Dear Wanda, I hear you have all your pictures framed which is very much better than it was, I wrote Adelaide awhile ago but she as yet has not answered. Madame just read "Nazarene" by Soleman Asch which is really very good, have you been able to get "Secret Scepter" by Francis Gerard. Hobart is going to church next Sunday with us. goodfriend was down for bridge last night his bridge is very strange. We have had "Bambi's Family" by Sauter. It has been raining quite a lot Santa Monica has 31.63 in normal 12. in it is blowing and trying to rain right now which it certainly will do before long...navy stuck it chin out a little too far with german urgeing of course...I guess Hitler does not love the Serbes not too much any way."
    • "Musical Days in Europe"

      1934
      This article in the September 8, 1934 issue of the Vancouver Sun discusses the time Madame Laura de Gozdawa de Turczynowicz spent in Europe, Germany specifically, performing before the war.
    • "Operatic Director to leave Toronto"

      n.d.
      An article that discusses Mme de Turczynowicz as an Operatic coach and director in Toronto and her impending move to Vancouver for a new position.
    • "Organizes Polish Gray Samaritans"

      Underwood, 1918
      A brief caption with a photograph of Countess Laura de Gozdawa Turczynowicz. The caption reads, "Working in harmony with the Young Women's Christian Association, Countess Laura de Gozdawa Turczynowicz is organizing the Polish Gray Samaritans. She is pictured here in her uniform as a captain of that organization".
    • "Persecuted Poland === Through the Eyes of an American Woman" - The Journal Magazine

      Meade, Norah (1917)
      An article describing the impact of war on the family of Mme. de Turczynowicz. She describes the illness, Typhus, that afflicted her children and the soldiers that lived in her home.
    • Photograph - Laura de Turczynowicz on stage in Gray Samaritans Uniform

      n.d.
      A photograph of a large crowd seated in front of a stage. On stage appears to be Laura de Turczynowicz in her Gray Samaritans uniform. There are several American flags hanging on and around the stage.
    • Photograph - Laura de Turczynowicz with her three children

      n.d.
      A photograph of Laura de Turczynowicz with her three children. Her twin sons are seated next to her and her daughter stands to her right side, holding a small bouquet of flowers.
    • Photograph - Laura de Turczynowicz, her three children and two other women

      n.d.
      A photograph of Laura de Turczynowicz with her three children and two other women. They are in a garden setting under a large tree. The caption on the reverse reads, "Cop. p.2 - "When the Prussians came to Poland".
    • Photograph - On the steps of Senate

      n.d.
      A photograph of Laura de Turczynowicz on the steps of Senate with a large group of men and two other females. The reverse of the photograph reads: "Countess de Turczynowicz on the steps of the Senate, after the hearing before the Foreign Relations committee of the Leauge of Four Nations, Lithuania...". The end of the caption is damaged and torn.
    • Polish Grey Samaritan Training School of the Young Womens Christian Association

      n.d.
      A brochure of the Polish Grey Samaritan Training School of the Young Womens Christian Association. The pages display the following: School of Polish Grey Samaritan, Headquarters of the Young Womens Christian Association, A Group of Students in cooking class, A Class in Home Hygiene, Polish Grey Samaritans in Summer Uniform, Polish Dance, Play on the Roof, Group of Grey Samaritans Writing Letters, Polish Grey Samaritans at Dinner, Group of Students Entering the Main Living Quarters, Nurses Aid.
    • "Recruiting Nurses to Serve with Polish Legion

      Underwood & Underwood, 1918
      An article concerning the work of Countess Laura de Godawa Turczynowicz with the efforts in France. She "started a campaign to recruit 500 women to form an independent battalion to serve in France".
    • "Red Cross Meeting to Hear Countess"

      n.d.
      A newspaper article, "Red Cross Meeting to Hear Countess" discusses the the arrival of Mme Laura de Turczynowicz, member of the National Cabinet of the Lithuanian nation, holding the portfolio of Public Charities.
    • "She Trumped Her Partner's Ace"

      Brandon, Kirsty; de Turczynowicz, Laura (n.d.)
      A short story written by Laura de Turczynowicz under the nom de plume Kirsty Brandon.