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March 14, 2011

Images from A. Piatt Andrew's papers

Slide show of some of the images from A. Piatt Andrew's papers

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Program for a Christmas entertainment performed by A. Piatt Andrew and his siste

Program for a Christmas entertainment performed by A. Piatt Andrew and his sister for their parents, 1884 (Box 2, folder 7).

A. Piatt Andrew, fifth from left in top row, with fellow schoolboys, 1887

A. Piatt Andrew, fifth from left in top row, with fellow schoolboys, 1887 (Box 47, folder 4).

A. Piatt Andrew at Red Roof, his home in Gloucester, Massachusetts, 1910

A. Piatt Andrew at Red Roof, his home in Gloucester, Massachusetts, 1910 (Box 47, folder 9).

A. Piatt Andrew, on right, and Stephen Galatti in American Field Service uniform

A. Piatt Andrew, on right, and Stephen Galatti in American Field Service uniforms, 1916 (Box 47, folder 13).

A. Piatt Andrew, 1920

A. Piatt Andrew, 1920 (Box 47, folder 14).

Letter dated July 23, 1915, from A. Piatt Andrew to Theodore Roosevelt

Letter dated July 23, 1915, from A. Piatt Andrew to Theodore Roosevelt. In the letter, Andrew describes a German bombardment of his unit of the volunteer ambulance corps in France that eventually became the American Field Service. He also expresses his hope that America will join in the war against Germany (Box 14, folder 23).

Letter dated July 23, 1915, from A. Piatt Andrew to Theodore Roosevelt

Letter dated July 23, 1915, from A. Piatt Andrew to Theodore Roosevelt. In the letter, Andrew describes a German bombardment of his unit of the volunteer ambulance corps in France that eventually became the American Field Service. He also expresses his hope that America will join in the war against Germany (Box 14, folder 23).

Letter dated July 23, 1915, from A. Piatt Andrew to Theodore Roosevelt (page 3)

Letter dated July 23, 1915, from A. Piatt Andrew to Theodore Roosevelt. In the letter, Andrew describes a German bombardment of his unit of the volunteer ambulance corps in France that eventually became the American Field Service. He also expresses his hope that America will join in the war against Germany (Box 14, folder 23).