Shown here in May 1910 sitting in room 341, are Mabel Boardman (left), President of the American Red Cross, and clerks Francis Mulhall (center), and Charles Magee (right).

From this office between 1905 to 1914, the American Red Cross responded to regional and national disasters such as the San Franscisco earthquake in 1906, the New York City Triangle Shirtwaist Company fire in 1911, and the sinking of the R.M.S. Titanic in 1912.