87 results found for: subject:"World War, 1914-1918--France"

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1918 Sept.

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 10 to September 11, 1918.

Lloyd E. Walsh Papers

1919 Aug. 26

Walsh, Lloyd Edward

Letter from Lloyd E. Walsh to Commander of Beauvoir

France - Records service of Lloyd E. Walsh with American Field Service and American Red Cross from May 1917 to end of World War I. Details duties as ambulance driver and participation in significant battles or military events with dates included.

Lloyd E. Walsh Papers

1918 Nov. 2

American Red Cross Hospital 111 vehicle list

Château-Thierry (France) - List of vehicles assigned to American Red Cross Hospital 111, including ambulances, trucks, vans, and a Ford touring car. Assigned drivers of vehicles also included.

Lloyd E. Walsh Papers

1919 Sept. 30

United States . Army . American Expeditionary Forces

American Expeditionary Forces identity card

Paris (France) - Identity card for Lloyd E. Walsh indicating Red Cross attachment, rank, and duty. Photograph of Walsh also included.

Lloyd E. Walsh Papers

1919 May 1

United States . Army . American Expeditionary Forces

American Expeditionary Forces identity card

Paris (France) - Identity card for Lloyd E. Walsh indicating Red Cross attachment, rank, and duty. Photograph likely detached from appropriate section.

Lloyd E. Walsh Papers

1918 Dec.

American Red Cross vehicle activity report

Château-Thierry (France) - Description of movements and activities, including transfers, supply pickups, and casualty evacuations, for the Ford touring car assigned to Major Hodge A. Newell of American Red Cross Hospital 111 from October 21 to November 3, 1918.

Lloyd E. Walsh Papers

1918 Nov. 8

Sneed, B. M.

Letter of commendation for Lloyd E. Walsh

Château Thierry (France) - Commends Lloyd E. Walsh for meritorious service as Chief of Ambulance Section during an attack at Château Thierry, France.

Lloyd E. Walsh Papers