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David H. Annan's Diary | Archives of the American Field Service and AFS Intercultural Programs

 
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Title:
David H. Annan's Diary
Date:
1917 May 14- 1917 October 1
Description:

The diary contains daily entries written by Annan between May 14, 1917 and October 1, 1917, starting with his voyage over to France, continuing through his service with the American Field Service, and documenting his trip home. The back of the diary contains names and addresses of contacts both in the United States and Europe. The diary also includes a handwritten calendar marking off the days of Annan’s service. Several items had been inserted into the diary, including a typed transcript of the diaries first few entries, a hand drawn map, a draft of an entry made on scrap paper that appears in the journal, a map of the area in which Annan served printed on a post card, and a newspaper article that mentions Annan and some of his fellow drivers.

Several inserts, found placed inside diary pages, were scanned separately. They include a newspaper clipping (Digital ID: 1_093_1), a map with annotations (Digital ID: 1_093_2), additional details on the September 27, 1917 diary entry (Digital ID: 1_093_3), and a partial transcription from May 1917 diary entries, a hand drawn map, and stationary with the YMCA logo and reference to the American Expeditonary Forces (Digital ID: 1_093_4).

Phys. Desc:

Handwritten diary in 6"x9" bound journal with 238 lined and pre-numbered pages. Pages are written on both sides to page 124. Inside cover inscribed with David Annan's name and address, facing page inscribed with unit number and sketches of ambulances.

Also available as high resolution JPEG and TIFF files.

ID:
1_093_5
Repository:
Archives of the American Field Service and AFS Intercultural Programs
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Subjects:
Ambulance drivers
American Field Service (American Ambulance Field Service)
American Field Service--SSU 65
Andrew, A. Piatt (Abram Piatt), 1873-1936
Annan, David H. (David Hugh), 1897-1982
Atherton, Harold G. (Harold Gregory), 1896-1946
Barker, Arthur L. (Arthur Livingston), 1888-1966
Bleeker, Lyman C. (Lyman Cox), 1894-1980
Byers, William B. (William Bartolett), 1896-1967
Caldwell, Louis G. (Louis Goldsborough), 1891-1951
Campbell, Dewey M. (Dewey Muscot), 1898-1980
Cleveland, Bruce, b. 1897
Cooper, Henry N., Jr. (Henry Noble), b. 1896
Crouy-sur-Ourcq
Dailey, Arthur A. (Arthur Aloysius), 1893-1973
Diaries
France
Gates, Carroll W. (Carroll Weller)
Gemmill, William B. (William Billings)
Gentles, Thomas T. (Thomas Turnbull)
Gross, Christian C. (Christian Channing)
Harlow, John S., Jr. (John Stanley), b. 1896
Hasbrook, Edward F., Jr. (Edward Francis)
Hutchinson, Buel E. (Buel Eldredge), 1898-1961
Johanson, Ralph T. (Ralph Thure), b. 1894
Johnson, Francis K. (Francis Kirk), 1895-1963
Legler, Fredric Mills (Frederic Mills), 1893-1971
Lobdell, Harrison, 1897-1967
Loomis, Jo G. (Jo Gilbert), 1891-1952
Lowes, John W. (John Wilbur), 1898-1964
Maher, Chauncey C. (Chauncey Carter), 1897-1970
Moon, Russell F. (Russell Franklin), 1893-1975
Myers, Robert B. (Robert Bonsall), 1895-1987
Packard, Frank H. (Frank Howe), b. 1895
Quirin, Louis M. (Louis Maurice), b. 1896
Redfield, Robert, Jr., 1897-1958
Rubinkam, Wynkoop H. (Wynkoop Henry), b. 1894
Saunders, Bertram W. (Bertram William), b. 1896
Section Sanitaire [États-] Unis (SSU)
Silver, Milton G. (Milton Gans), b. 1892
Smith, Fred P. (Fred Philip), 1895-1956
Smith, Hawley L. (Hawley Lester), b. 1895
Sponagle, James M., (James Milton),1893-1972
Swain, Earl F. (Earl Francis), 1896-1980
Thompson, James L. (James Livingston), b. 1895
World War, 1914-1918
Publisher:
Photographed by staff at the Center for Jewish History in New York, NY in 2016.
Rights:
This diary cannot be reproduced outside the guidelines of United States Fair Use (17 U.S.C., Section 107) without the advance permission of the Archives of the American Field Service and AFS Intercultural Programs.  In the event that this diary becomes a source for publication, a credit line indicating the Archives of the American Field Service and AFS Intercultural Programs is required.
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