Accounts by Rose K. Butler, chief nurse, Base Hospital No. 5 (the “Harvard Unit”)

An American Woman’s WWI Journal: At the Back of the Western Front; the Story of the Mitchell Sisters. Web site (and upcoming book) featuring two sisters who worked for the American Fund for French Wounded, edited by two relatives of the women

American Women Physicians in WWI, American Medical Women’s Assn

An Auxiliary Nurse’s Scrapbooks of the Great War [Alma A. Clarke], Home Before the Leaves Fall: The Great War 1914–1918

Anne Morgan’s War: Rebuilding Devastated France, 1917–1924, Morgan Library

At Home and Over There: American Women Physicians in World War I  (short film produced by American Medical Women’s Assn)

Band of Buddies: Female Veterans of World War I by Michelle Moravec. Details on nurse friends who served at Base Hospital No. 44 and Evacuation Hospital No. 5.

Call to Duty: Women and World War I” by Jennifer D. Keene, Oklahoma Humanities Magazine Fall 2014

Carrie Hall (chief nurse, Base Hospital No. 5, and head, American Red Cross in Britain), Massachusetts General Hospital

“A Centennial Celebration of Suffrage–Dr. Mabel Seagrave: Living the Wellesley Motto” by John C. Hughes, Seattle Times (on Seagrave, who was with the Women’s Oversea Hospitals in France) and “Surgeon and War Hero Mabel Seagrave” from Wellesley

Cincinnati’s Soldiers: Men and Women in the First World War, National Underground Railroad Freedom Center

Florence Bullard: Local Nurse, World War One Hero” by Lawrence P. Gooley, Adirondack Almanack

Gertrude Cottrell Bray of the YMCA, Rhode Island Historical Society

Greenwich Women Face the Great War, Greenwich (CT) Historical Society

The Hello Girls Finally Get Paid, National Archives
Merle Egan Anderson: Montana’s “Hello Girl,” Montana Historical Society

A Hoosier Nurse in France: The World War I Diary of Maude Frances Essig” by Alma S. Woolley, Indiana Magazine of History Mar. 1986

‘If Only I Shall Have the Right Stuff’: Utah Women in World WarI” by Miriam B. Murphy, Utah Historical Quarterly Fall 1990

In Her Words: Women’s Duty and Service in World War I, National Postal Museum

Josephine H (film by Helene Lam Trong on Josephine Heffernan, chief nurse of US Base Hospital No. 59, Rimaucourt, France)

Letter from Camp Mills nurse Gertrude Lillian Smith on the celebration of the Armistace in New York.

Maud Fitch, driver for the Hackett Lowther Unit, by Eileen Hallet Stone, Salt Lake Tribune 29 Sept. 2013

Nurses of the Great War” by Melissa Strong, Oklahoma Humanities Magazine Fall 2014

On the Outskirts: North Carolina Women in World War I” (on Red Cross worker Suzanne Breckinridge Hoskins)

Over There: Missouri & the Great War
Dr. Esther Leonard papers, Missouri History Museum
US Women’s Overseas Service in World War I by Tammy M. Proctor

Pages from the scrapbook of Ida Carrie Seale, nurse at Base Hospital No. 24, Limoges, France, Alabama Dept of Archives and History

Photos from the World War I Memoir of Margaret Hall, Massachusetts Historical Soc
Audio: Radio Boston on Margaret Hall

Picturing Women’s Participation in the Great War, National Museum of American History

“Red Cross Women in France during World War I” by Nancy O’Brien Wagner, Minnesota History, Spring 2012 (Wagner also is editor of Alice in France: The World War I Letters of Alice M. O’Brien)

Rose Lutzky Beser, Jewish Welfare Board, Jewish Museum of Maryland

Souvenir album of Red Cross nurse Josephine Coffey from patients at Hospital No. 109 at Evreux, France; includes postcards and drawings; Virtual Museum of the City of San Francisco (PowerPoint presentation)

Together We Won the Great War: West Virginia and World War I. Has a brief section on “Nurses.”

Uniformed Women in the Great War, National Museum of American History

We Remember 1918: Ithaca’s Agnes Yutzey, YMCA Worker during World War I, Goodspeed’s Gratiot County Historical Blog

Where Had All the Nurses Gone: The Spanish Influenza Epidemic of 1918, Baker-Cederberg Museum and Archives, Rochester (NY) General Hospital

Women in the War, Remembering World War One, Connecticut State Library

Roses of No Man’s Land: Wisconsin’s World War I Nurses, Wisc Veterans Museum

The Smith College Relief Unit by Elizabeth Cutter Morrow (mother of Anne Morrow Lindbergh), Wellesley Alumnae Quarterly Jan 1918

Travels of a World War I Nurse, National Library of Medicine
Virginia Women and the First World War, Library of Virginia
Virginia’s World War I Veteran Questionnaires, Library of Virginia

The Volunteers: Americans Join World War I, 1914–1919, National World War I Museum and Memorial

Women in Military Service for America Memorial Foundation
World War I: Nurses
World War I: Yeomen (F)

Women in the U.S. Navy: Historic Documents (Navy press release 30 Jul 1942)
Women Marines in World War I, US Marine Corps
Women of the Canteen Service, American Red Cross
The Women of World War I in Photographs, National Archives
The Women’s Land Army “Farmettes” for Suffrage during WWI (KCET) by Ryan Reft

World War, 1914–1918, Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America, Harvard

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