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Name Ambulance

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2006.3.1

Army and Navy Diary of Allison LePontois' time serving as an ambulance driver in World War I.

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Diary - 2006.3.2

Leather bound Diary of Allison LePontois' time serving as an ambulance driver in World War I.

2006.3.5

Photocopy of Allison LePontois' diaries.

2006.3.6

Photocopy of Allison LePontois' diaries.

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Front - 2006.3.7

Leather Money holder containing Italian Currency. On the front cover is written in pen, "A. LePontois. Sec 542. U.S. Ambulance Service with the Italians."

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2006.3.30

From headquarters, U.S.A. Ambulance Services. A pass granting Mechanic Le Pontois of Section 542 to pass to and from Mortor Park. On permanent Detail. It is signed by the commanding officer, R.P. Terry, 1st Lt.A.A.S.

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Front - 2006.3.31

From headquarters, U.S.A. Ambulance Services with the Italian Army. It reads: The following men of sec.542 in charge of mec. A. LePontois are granted pass from 5pm t o 10pm July 4, 1918. G.Tarnutzer, J. Monson. By order of Commanding Officer.

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Medical Treatment Record - 2006.3.38

Correspondence regarding two African American or "Colored men" who were badly burnt signed by their Captain, and the medical care they were given. it is signed by A. LePontois, and signed by LePontois' commanding officer.

2012.46

Poster showing an ambulance truck being pulled by a winged horse.

Image of Wounded soilders being loaded into ambulances at Linndale, April 17. 1944 - 2012.23.28

Wounded soilders being loaded into ambulances at Linndale, April 17. 1944 - 2012.23.28

Wounded soilders being loaded into ambulances at Linndale Station enroute to Crile General Hospital, April 17,1944