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American Fund for French Wounded. Indianapolis Branch


Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

French Relief Fund broadsides

 Collection — Folder: S3086
Identifier: S3086
Scope and Contents This collection includes two broadsides, copyrighted in 1918. Each measures 8" x 14" and features an illustration by McCutcheon and a quotation from George Ade.
Dates: 1918

Indianapolis Branch of the American Fund for French Wounded, French Relief Fund

 Collection — Folder: S2911
Identifier: S2911
Scope and Contents These twelve broadsides are color illustrations with a poem beneath. Some appear to be Valentines. Four have drawings by Kin Hubbard and poems by William Herschell. They are: The Girl I Left Behind Me; An Impeded Patriot; The Souvenir Card Fiend; and A Threadbare Soldier.Four have drawings by McCutcheon and poems by George Ade. These are: From Her Mother; Her Choice This Year, Some One Has Not Forgotten, and To You – Somewhere.Four more have poems by George...
Dates: 1918

World War I French war orphan photographs

 Collection — Folder: SP130
Identifier: SP130
Scope and Contents This collection contains 3 black-and-white photographs of French war orphans assisted by war work in Indiana during World War II with handwritten notes of gratitude to their benefactors in French and English. One photograph likely taken in Saint-Malo, Bretagne, France shows an 8-year old child named Pierre Mordrel in 1917, which has a note on the back that reads, "Souvenir affectueux de Pierre Mordrel à son aimable bienfaifrice Mrs. Lucius B. Swift." The other photographs show young men who...
Dates: 1917-circa 1930