George Ingalls papers
The collection contains letters, diaries and a dinner program documenting Ingalls experience in the United States Army Ambulance Service with the French Army during the First World War. The letters are addressed primarily to his parents and some letters were written after the war, while he was traveling in England. The collection also includes his diaries from the same period and a photocopy of a dinner program for a banquet held by his section of the Ambulance Service. The letters reflect Ingalls’s originally organization.
- 1917 - 1923
- Ingalls, George French, b. 1892 (Person)
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1 linear ft. (2 Box)
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George French Ingalls (b. 1892), ambulance driver. Dartmouth College Class of 1915. The collection contains correspondence and diaries documenting his experience in the United States Army Ambulance Service with the French Army during the First World War.
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