130 results found for: subject:"American National Red Cross"

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1917 Dec.

Newth, Letitia Crane, 1897-1960

Letter from Letitia Crane to Frank F. Newth

Lynn (Mass.) - Letty has sent letters, packages, and money; she is concerned that Nick is not getting her mail. She asks if he has seen any movie actors on Broadway, she wishes that she could be in New York with him. She plans to join the Red Cross tomorrow.

Frank F. Newth Papers

1918 Apr. 5

Kilrain, V. A.

Letter from V. A. Kilrain to Letita Crane

Lynn (Mass.) - Postcard informing Letty that she needs to report for the Red Cross Surgical dressing course on Monday April 8th at the home of Mrs. James P. Phelan. She must bring her own apron, head covering, notebook, and pencil.

Frank F. Newth Papers

1917 Dec.

Newth, Letitia Crane, 1897-1960

Letter from Letitia Crane to Frank F. Newth

Lynn (Mass.) - Letty took the Highland Circuit and every table was filled with the Red Cross, She cut the gauze for the girls to make into bandages. She gives an update on their friends; she saw Joe Murphy down in the square, Alice and Eddy went to a show, and Tom Powers took an examination for the Quarter Masters Department. Nick has been sending less letters and Letty wonders if he is busy or lazy.

Frank F. Newth Papers

1917 Nov.

Newth, Letitia Crane, 1897-1960

Letter from Letitia Crane to Frank F. Newth

Lynn (Mass.) - Letty is glad that Nick is still in Ayer, she asks if he will be able to come home on Saturday. The girls in her office are filling Red Cross Christmas bags for the boys in France, each bag as handkerchiefs, towel, face cloth, milk chocolate, gum, writing paper, pencils, envelopes, soap, shaving cream, and more.

Frank F. Newth Papers

1918 Mar. 17

Newth, Letitia Crane, 1897-1960

Letter from Letitia Crane to Frank F. Newth

Lynn (Mass.) - Letty has not been able to write this week, one of the new girls at work is very slow so Letty is taking work home in the evenings to catch-up. There was a Red Cross dance at the Casino on Friday night and all the boys were allowed to come home. Letty asks if Nick knows enough French to get by and if he has been to church since he arrived in France.

Frank F. Newth Papers

1918 Apr. 1

Newth, Letitia Crane, 1897-1960

Letter from Letitia Crane to Frank F. Newth

Lynn (Mass.) - It is April Fools Day and Letty asks Nick if he has been fooled. Letty and Catherine went to the Red Cross and made surgical dressings, she is considering taking a six week course to become a Red Cross monitor. She went to Tom and Gertrude's wedding and gave them a gift on behalf of her and Nick. Everyone moved their watches ahead an hour for Daylight Savings.

Frank F. Newth Papers

1918 May 8

Newth, Letitia Crane, 1897-1960

Letter from Letitia Crane to Frank F. Newth

Lynn (Mass.) - Letty just got home from her Red Cross lesson where she made gauze wipes with Catherine. She has only one more lesson before the final examination, she hopes that she passes and recieves a red cross for her cap and apron. She gives an update on the boys from Lynn who have enlisted or are preparing to go overseas.

Frank F. Newth Papers

1919 Dec. 15

Morison, Horace

Mission order for rail travel for Lloyd E. Walsh

Bucharest (Romania) - Authorizes Lloyd E. Walsh to travel from Bucharest, Romania, to Budapest, Hungary, via train.

Lloyd E. Walsh Papers

1920 Aug. 23

Gurney, Kent W.

Letter from Kent W. Gurney to Lloyd E. Walsh

Vienna (Austria) - Permits Lloyd E. Walsh to take leave of seven working days. Note attached to letter details reservation for Walsh to travel to Paris on September 1, 1920.

Lloyd E. Walsh Papers

1920

Walsh, J. M.

Letter from J. M. Walsh to American Red Cross

Amherst (Mass.) - Request from mother of Lloyd E. Walsh for information regarding his location and present mission.

Lloyd E. Walsh Papers