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

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1917 Aug. 1

American Field Service

American Field Service bulletin No. 5

Paris (France) - Contains news for members of American Field Service concerning troop arrivals, transfers, awards, deaths, and resignations. Also contains updates about missing or mislabeled correspondence, a missing order of food, and a baseball game between the American Field Service and the American Red Cross Military Hospital No. I.

Lloyd E. Walsh Papers

1917 July 25

American Field Service

American Field Service bulletin No. 4

Paris (France) - Contains news for members of American Field Service concerning troop arrivals, transfers, awards, and resignations, along with updates about correspondence delays and a baseball game between the American Field Service and a group of Canadians. Also contains hand-written note on last page, possibly from Lloyd Walsh.

Lloyd E. Walsh Papers

1917 Sept. 8

American Field Service

American Field Service bulletin No. 10

Paris (France) - Contains news for members of American Field Service concerning troop arrivals, transfers, and deaths. Also contains updates about the adoption of the Field Service into the United States Army as well as poems and writings from members of the Service.

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

1918 Oct. 24

American Red Cross Hospital and Home Service

Letter from American Red Cross Hospital and Home Service to Lloyd E. Walsh

Paris (France) - Addresses inquiry made by Lloyd E. Walsh concerning a French soldier who may have been captured by Germans during a French attack at Lassigny.

Lloyd E. Walsh Papers

1919

American Red Cross Transportation Department

American Red Cross Transportation Department performance report

France - Report of activity of American Red Cross Transportation Department during World War I. Also contains list of long-serving members of department, including Lloyd E. Walsh.

Lloyd E. Walsh Papers

1918 Sept. 20

Brann, Clinton T., 1891-1961

Letter from Clinton T. Brann to Rhea Oppenheimer

France - It's a beautiful night and Clint has recovered his shoulder bag with Rhea's letters which he'd thought were lost. He assures her that he's not on the front or carrying a gun, since he's a doctor, and he wonders how he will adjust to life back home after the war is over. He asks her if she's saving his letters so that after the war they can better keep track of where he was. They all have fleas and lic... more

Clinton T. Brann Papers

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 Sept. 15

Brann, Clinton T., 1891-1961

Letter from Clinton T. Brann and Lloyd to Rhea Oppenheimer

France - Clint and Llyod have finally found each other and are now camped about 100 yards apart. Clint describes their unlikely meeting and how Llyod is recovering from the shrapnel wound in his elbow. Llyod met Clint's younger brother Frank, who is in the navy, when he was in Bordeaux. Boyd is still back in the states, in a camp near Minneapolis. Llyod is with Clint at his cot reading their military newspaper... more

Clinton T. Brann Papers

1918 Oct. 4

Brann, Clinton T., 1891-1961

Letter from Clinton T. Brann to Rhea Oppenheimer

France - Clint misses Rhea and reassures her that she is first in his heart. Many things are uncertain now and unclear, but he plans to return her as soon as he is able. It's been almost a year since he arrived overseas, and one year has felt like five in terms of making him older and wiser. He applied for transfer to the regular Army Dental Corps from the Reserve Corps, but at this point he doesn't think it w... more

Clinton T. Brann Papers