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Photographs depicting ruins of a French village.(Toul, France?)

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

Photographs depicting nurse and Lieutenant at the ruins of Cloth Hall in Ypres, Belgium.

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

Part of Argonne Forest and trenches in foreground; View of Argonne Forest shell holes in background; Ville-Sur-Goursances in the distance.

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

Dugout at churchyard near Rheims.

Under the Red Cross flag at home and abroad [Title page].

Outside Rheims. Machine gun emplacements in middle distance; Some emplacments. Note how camouflage hides them, showing only one.

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.

Walls of Verdun.

Extracts from diary, April 6, 1918: Signed oath and proceeded to Camp Upton....

View of the city of Verdun from fort, ammunition trench in foreground. View of city from the top of the walls, group of French soldiers to the left.

Shell hole; trench.

Photographs depicting nurses washing laundry, the company street, nurse and soldier, nurses on the water wagon, wearing gas masks, company majors.

Name of ships in convoy.

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.

Dugout and trench; Shell hole.

Condensed history of the Red Cross.

Home of Little Sisters of the Poor, at Rheims; ruined walls of cemetery outside Rheims.

The cathedral, church of the Notre Dame, Paris; The Magdalen church.

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

No man's land trenches; broken farm wagon, only tool left on the farm.

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.

Photographs depicting nurses in uniform, in civilian dress, at Camp Upton, Long Island, New York.

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.

Photographs depicting ruins of a French village. (Toul, France?)

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.

Chateau Thierry, showing temporary bridge built by Americans. Chateau Thierry from the Chateau, town hall in foreground. German machine gun was operating from tower in town hall, commanding approach to the city.

Captured German gun; Small shell hole.

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.

America for Me (Poem) cont.

America for Me (Poem).

Mote about fort; entrance to city. (Toul, France)

Sleep, laddie, sleep (Poem); photographs depicting the American and French cemetries at Mesues

Scene in Genoble, France.

I View inside walls of Verdun. II Administration building inside Verdun fort. III Outside of gate to fort.

View of road into Rheims; barbed wire entanglement.

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

Diary entries : June 17 , 1918

Photographs of troops, barracks, water tanks, and American and Red Cross flags, Camp Upton, Long Island, N.Y.

Photographs of nurses in nursing uniform, in surgical uniform, and in civilian dress at Camp Upton, New York, 1918

The charge of the tank brigade (Shade of Tennyson, forgive!).

Cathedral before removal of sandbags; Rheims Cathedral; side view of cathedral.

Inside of fort, showing one of the company streets. Inside of entrance to the fort showing Y.M.C.A.

Waiting, July 25, 1918. Camp Upton.

Dugouts; French troop quarters.

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

Diary entires : November 22, 1918; The A.E.F. in Flanders (Poem); Photograph depicting nurses inside field tent.

In Memory of Anna Bell F. West….

[The A.E.F. in Flanders (Poem) cont.; Photographs depicting nurses in an airplane, nurses washing laundry.]

The Opera; the Eiffel Tower.

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

Remains of village. Camouflaged trench in foreground; camouflaged road.

Autographed photographs of nurses.

Lest We Forget (Poem).

Street scene in Chateau Thierry ; Ruins in Chateau Thierry.

Semper fidelis.

View of the town of Grenoble, France.

Photographs depicting ruins of Staden , Belgium, trenches.

Personnel of evacuation Hospital No.5 at Malo Le Bain.

Photographs depicting Nice, France including views of the casinos, gardens, promenade, harbor, and a view of Monaco.

Champs-Elyseés Avenue; Triumphal Arch.

Bruselles; Salle de Restaurant, Hotel Metropole; Hotel Metropole; Rue DeTervueren; statues, promenade.

Photographs depicting nurses in a shell hole, evacuation hospital #5 surgical staff and Lt. Col. Leary, the square at Roulers, nurse in truck with French soldiers, nurses and men with horse drawn carts, Belgian children.

Dugouts in the hills showing camouflage and barbed wire; dugout and camouflaged field kitchen showing French soldier's grave.

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

Diary entries: September 1, 1918.

We shall not sleep (Poem); Photograph depicting graves of American soldiers in Flanders, Belgium.

Diary entries: September 14, 1918 Souilly, France.

Photographs depicting Nice, France including views of the casino, gardens and cave, promenade, and harbor from Menton.

Photographs depicting nurses and Mocton Hospital, Massachusetts.

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.

Ruins of village; gun emplacement and barbed wire entanglement. (Toul, France?)

Ruins near Chateau Thierry. View of small town outside Chateau Thierry, near Belleau Woods.

The muffled drums sad roll…. (Poem)

View overlooking plains at Verdun, showing one of the approaches to the main entrance. From the top of the wall, showing shell holes in plains outside walls.

Street scene in Rheims; ruins near Rheims.

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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