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Diary entries : November 11, 1918 "Peace"; November 20 1918; photographs depicting American nurse on railroad trolley with German helmets, German soldier's cemetery.

Diary entries : October 26, 1918 Staden, Belgium cont.; photographs depicting windmills, a farmhouse, a street in Staden.

Diary entries : La Havre, France. Aug 1, 1918; photograph depicting rooftops in (La Havre?) France.

Diary entries : September 1, 1918 cont.; photograph depicting the ambulance company attached to evacuation hospital 5.

Diary entries: September 7, 1918; photographs depicting Chateau De Pierrfonds, Napoleon's castle, and haystacks in the countryside.

Diary entries : Novemer 24. 1918; November 28, 1918; December 1, 1918; Thanksgiving dinner, a sermon, a visit from the 91st Division, band and chaplain.

Diary entries : December 8, 1918 Dunkirk, France. Malo Le Bains; photographs depicting nurse on the beach at Malo Le Bains, a hotel, soldiers with a mine washed ashore.

Diary entries : August 2, 1918, La Havre, France; August 4, 1918 Heuilly, France

Diary entries : October 14, 1918 La Veuve, France; October 18, 1918; photographs depicting nurses eating out of doors, street scene in Chalons with children, and nurses and soliders drinking outside of a French bar.

Diary entries: August 27, 1918 cont.; August 29, 1918; photographs depicting nurses' quarters, and a panoramic view of the camp at Villers-Cotteréts with two nurses in the forground.

Diary entries : La Havre, France Aug 1, 1918 cont.; photographs depicting street scene in La Harve, France.

Diary entries: Aug 4, 1918 Heuilly, France, Cont.; Aug. 6, 1918, Coulommier, France

Diary entries : November 10, 1918; Monument enough (poem); photographs depicting graves of American soldiers in Belgium.

Diary entries : October 26, 1918 Staden, Belgium; photographs depicting nurses holding loaf of bread, soldiers and troop train.

Diary entries : La Havre, France Aug 1, 1918 cont.; photograph depicting the harbor at Halifax, N.S.

Diary entries: August 19, 1918, cont.; August 26, 1918; photograph depicting the base of big bertha.

Diary entries : June 17 , 1918

Diary entries : December 25, 1918: Christmas celebrations including decorating, caroling, etc. at Evacuation Hospital No.5, Malo Le Bains.

Diary entries : September 17, 1918; September 18, 1918; September 19, 1918; September 25, 1918.

Diary entries : September 19, 1918 cont.; photographs depicting hole trenches, barbed wire, and shell holes filled with water (France)

Diary entries: September 1, 1918.

Diary entries: September 14, 1918 Souilly, France.

Diary entries: August 18, 1918; August 19, 1918; photograph depicting railroad tracks and ammunition train at Chateau Thierry.

Diary entries: Aug 6. 1918, cont.; August 11, 1918, Chateau Thierry; August 15, 1918; photographs depicting bridge over Marne and Belleau Wood and town.

Diary entries : October 30, 1918 Staden Belgium; The return of the refugees (poem); photographs depicting nurse posing in front of ruined house, ruined building.

Diary entries: September 14, 1918 Souilly, France cont.; photographs depicing nurses posing in front of troop train, nurse posing in front of a dugout.

Diary entries : November 20, 1918 cont.; photographs depicting American nurse at the base of Big Bertha, German soldier's cemetery and monuments, group photo of nurses, nurse and a soldier.

Diary entries : January 14, 1919 cont.; photographs depicting an American Lieutenant visiting the ruins at Ypres, Belgium

Diary entries ; January 29, 1919 Toul, France; February 20, 1919; photograph depicting town of Toul, France.

Diary entries : January 2, 1919; January 14, 1919: dinner and dance given by Major General Farnsworth, and a drive through the devastated city of Ypres.

In Parting (Poem) cont.; Diary entries : May 29, 1919: author describes receiving her final discharge papers.

Diary entries ; March 2, 1919 Paris, France: visit to Paris while on a 14 day leave; attends services at Notre Dame and Church of the Madeleine, etc.

Diary entries : March 15, 1919: trip from Paris to Nice, France

Diary entries : March 15, 1919 cont.: visit to Monte Carlo, the casino and gardens there, and a visit to the Pantheon de la Guerre in Paris.

Diary entries ; January 18, 1919 Mesues, France: visit to Paris, the environs around Mesues, local women doing laundry, and the British nurses at Mesues; Attached letter from Lt. Co. Thomas J. Leary.

Diary entries ; January 18, 1919 Mesues, France: visit to Paris, the environs around Mesues, local women doing laundry, and the British nurses at Mesues; Attached letter from Lt. Co. Thomas J. Leary.

Diary entries : Brest Harbor April 12, 1919, April 20, 1919; Photograph depicting the Hotel Royal; In Parting (Poem).

Diary entries : March 23, 1919; The Stars and Stripes (Poem)

[Diary entries ;] January 18, 1919 Mesues, France: [visit to Paris, the environs around Mesues, local women doing laundry, and the British nurses at Mesues; Attached letter from Lt. Co. Thomas J. Leary]

[Diary entries ;] January 18, 1919 Mesues, France: [visit to Paris, the environs around Mesues, local women doing laundry, and the British nurses at Mesues; Attached letter from Lt. Co. Thomas J. Leary]

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