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1918 Sept. 18

Brann, Clinton T., 1891-1961

Letter from Clinton T. Brann to Rhea Oppenheimer

France - Clint's visit with Llyod was cut short when he was ordered to Field Hospital 15 for temporary duty. He is now at Field Hospital 1 doing paperwork related to hospital records and reports, a big change from being a dentist. He assures her that her letters are the best part of his time overseas and she can never send too many. When he arrived at his current location, his shoulder bag with all his mail go... more

Clinton T. Brann Papers

1918 June 26

Brann, Clinton T., 1891-1961

Letter from Clinton T. Brann to Rhea Oppenheimer

France - Clint is writing from a field hospital operating room, where he has the night shift. There is a shortage of field surgeons so some of the dental surgeons have been called in to act as anaesthetists. The extra work leaves little time for food and rest, but at least one life has been saved by shortening the time it took to operate. He describes the wounded soldiers they have operated on, as well as the ... more

Clinton T. Brann Papers

1917 June 5

Suidder, Evarts I.

Letter from Evarts I. Suidder to American Field Service Paris headquarters

New York (N.Y.) - Describes assignment of Lloyd E. Walsh to American Field Service in Paris.

Lloyd E. Walsh Papers

1919 Feb. 24

Trianon Théatre

Let's Go! : play program

Tours (France) - Program for play put on by members of the United States Army Ambulance Service in honor of the relationship between the Ambulance Service and the French Army.

Lloyd E. Walsh Papers

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Mourier, Louis

Letter from Louis Mourier to Lloyd E. Walsh

France - Notifies Lloyd E. Walsh of receiving the Commemorative Medal of Volunteer Service from the French Ministry of War for his service with the American Field Service ambulances. Copy of letter contains hand-written notes, possibly by Walsh, on reverse.

Lloyd E. Walsh Papers

1919 Feb. 3

Fox, W. J.

Letter from W. J. Fox to Commander of Beauvoir

France - Report on work done by ambulance section SS.U.101 during attack by Germans on July 21, 1918, in the area near Missy-aux-Bois, France. Includes actions performed by Lloyd E. Walsh, who was with the section.

Lloyd E. Walsh Papers

1918 Oct. 20

Walsh, Lloyd Edward

American Red Cross ambulance activity report

Château-Thierry (France) - Description of ambulance movements and activities, including vehicle transfers, supply pickups, and casualty evacuations, for single vehicle attached to American Red Cross Hospital 111 from October 6 to October 20, 1918.

Lloyd E. Walsh Papers

1918 Sept. 23

American Red Cross ambulance activity report

Château-Thierry (France) - Description of ambulance movements and activities, including vehicle transfers, supply pickups, and casualty evacuations, for American Red Cross Hospital 111 from September 11 to September 20, 1918.

Lloyd E. Walsh Papers

1918 Oct. 21

Walsh, Lloyd Edward

American Red Cross ambulance activity report

Château-Thierry (France) - Description of ambulance movements and activities, including vehicle transfers, supply pickups, and casualty evacuations, for vehicle attached to American Red Cross Hospital 111 from September 21 to October 6, 1918.

Lloyd E. Walsh Papers

1918

American National Red Cross

American Red Cross supply receipt book

Paris (France) - Contains blank receipts for automobile parts for the American Red Cross Transportation Department branch in Tours, France.

Lloyd E. Walsh Papers