History of the American Field Service in France "Friends of France" 1914-1917 Told by its Members. A. Piatt ANDREW, Stephen, GALATTI, Henry D., SLEEPER.
History of the American Field Service in France "Friends of France" 1914-1917 Told by its Members
History of the American Field Service in France "Friends of France" 1914-1917 Told by its Members
History of the American Field Service in France "Friends of France" 1914-1917 Told by its Members

History of the American Field Service in France "Friends of France" 1914-1917 Told by its Members

Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company at the Riverside Press, 1920. Three volumes, quarto, original blue cloth with gilt lettering; each volume with a frontispiece, numerous plates, maps and vignettes throughout. A little preliminary browning, front inner hinge of the third and final volume is split and tender, otherwise a most attractive set. This set includes a contemporary printed slip promoting the American Field Service Fellowships for French Universities, a charitable organisation then striving to establish a permanent endowment fund of $3,175,000 - a staggering sum at the time. One hundred and twenty seven members of the Field Service lost their lives in France, and the founders of the Fellowship intended to provide the same number of scholarships to aspiring American students to study abroad in French universities. Item #169

Price (AUD): $300.00