"Old Seventeeners" members list (n.d.); "Old Seventeeners" reunion dinner menu, autographed (2 Mar. 1929); Photograph of No. 17 Ambulance Train staff (1916); Section Sanitaire Anglaise No. 19 Association members list (Nov. 1929); Photograph of Section Sanitaire Anglaise No. 19 Association reunion (1929); Photograph (ca. 1966); Picture of Rheims Cathedral, with accompanying poem (Nov. 1918); 4 original manuscript issues of Section Sanitaire Anglaise No. 19 journal The Carrefour, Vol. 1, Parts 1-4, bound (Sep.-Dec. 1918); 59 manuscript letters to his mother and family (3 Dec. 1915-23 Aug. 1917); Field Service Postcard (5 Dec. 1915); Manuscript recollections "From Railhead to Base on an Ambulance Train" (n.d.); Typed transcript of an interview recorded with Peter Liddle (Sep. 1977).
Kenneth Green papers
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Kenneth H. Green (b. 1895 at Stanstead, Essex) was educated at Sidcut, a Quaker school in Somerset. He was prevented from enlisting for health reasons and instead joined the Friends' Ambulance Unit, serving with No. 17 Ambulance Train, 2 Dec. 1915-19. Feb 1917, and Section Sanitaire Anglaise No. 19 on the Western Front.
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