YMCA of the U.S.A.
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents World War I diary, written by Denton E. Brome Jr., beginning on approximately September 14, 1917 and ending on August 17, 1918. The diary chronicles Brome's duties as a Navy Corpsman stationed in France. Subject matter includes the daily duties of hospital maintenance, wound clean-up, and patient care, as well as excursions from the hospital to tourist sites, restaurants, and other hospitals. The diary is 200 pages in length with 20 pages containing full diary entries and numerous other...
Dates: 1917 November 27 - 1918 July 14
Content Description Typescripts of memoirs; YWCA theatre programs; military service documents; correspondence; souvenir postcards; issues of "Let's Go" newspaper; photo album with captions.
Dates: 1918 - 1919
Scope and Contents 9 B/W WWI-era photographic aerial views and ground views of the Gujan air station, compound, hangars, and YMCA club, located in France.
Scope and Contents A sensational new song success of the AEF as first introduced by Miss Ethel Hinton to the army of occupation. Authorized for free distribution to members of the AEF only....
Dates: Copyright: Undated
Scope and Contents Public Service advertisement: "Keep Them Smiling. This home is helping our boys over there...."
Dates: Publication: Undated
Scope and Contents Hand book of information regarding the YMCA of St. Louis College Physicians and Surgeons, its officers, history, intent, branches, etc.
Dates: Publication: 1895 - 1896