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William F. Porter papers

 Collection
Identifier: 2010_086-UA
Summary The overwhelming bulk of his personal papers chronicle his service during WWI in the U. S. Army Medical Corps (then known as the Sanitary Corps) as a member of a “Casual Operating Team.” The papers include what you would expect a soldier to save: induction and discharge papers, travel and other papers associated with training in Georgia, transportation to and from the war theatre in France, operation of the field military hospital, cloth military insignia, and miscellanea documenting troop...
Dates: 1912-circa 1963; Majority of material found within 1918-1919

George Angus Robertson papers

 Collection
Identifier: KORN143
Scope and Contents Collection consists of a Bible, journals kept by Dr. Robertson from 1907-1912, diaries kept during WWI by Dr. Robertson, receipts and papers removed from these journals and diaries.
Dates: 1888-1919

Eva Sesmer Snyder papers

 Collection
Identifier: KORN101
Scope and Contents This bulk of the artifacts and personal papers document her nurse's training and her World War I service. Her uniform is accompanied by all of the accessories, insignias, and is in good condition. Lecture notes and official correspondence from the U.S. Army and the American Red Cross comprise the bulk of the textual material. There are also excellent photographs of both patients and the staff at Base Hospital #40.The donor of both portions of materials was her daughter, Louisville...
Dates: 1894-1979