The first six hundred : typescript

Abstract: 

Typescript of a presumably unpublished memoir by Anne K. Williams, a nurse who served in France during World War I with United States Army Base Hospital No. 2, a unit largely made up of doctors and nurses from Presbyterian Hospital in New York City.  In May 1918, Williams was detached to serve with Mobile Hospital No. 2 and remained with them on the Western Front and, after the Armistice, in Trier, Germany. She returned to New York in January 1919.

Creator: 

Anne K. Williams, d. 1944

Date [inclusive]: 

[1920-1928]

Languages: 

English

Physical Description: 

2 folders (258 pages)

Collection: 

Access: 

Open.

Cite as: 

Anne K. Williams, "The First Six Hundred," Archives & Special Collections, Columbia University Health Sciences Library.