American National Red Cross, Sandusky County Chapter records
This digital collection features select items from the American National Red Cross, Sandusky County Chapter records (MS-0048), which consist of correspondence, reports, radio talk show transcripts, news clippings, and printed publications and posters relating to the Sandusky County Chapter of the American Red Cross during the period 1917-1939.
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This digital collection contains only a selection of items from the American National Red Cross, Sandusky County Chapter records. The full collection is available for research at the Center for Archival Collections. View the full collection finding aid.
Article on work of Sandusky County Chapter, American Red Cross
Newspaper article reporting on the annual meeting of the Sandusky County Chapter of the American Red Cross, and detailing the chapter's work over the past year to assist the U.S.'s efforts in World War I and care for American servicemen and their families.
Mrs. Paul Lowe war risk insurance promissory note
Promissory note from Mrs. Paul Lowe, wife of World War I veteran Paul Lowe of Fremont, Ohio, promising to pay back the twenty-five dollars loaned to her by Mrs. A.F. Sandwisch, chairman of the American Red Cross Fremont Chapter's Civilian Relief Committee, upon receipt of her war risk insurance…
Application for conversion of government war risk insurance
War risk insurance application for American World War I veterans
Transmittal form to Bureau of War Risk Insurance
Transmittal form from the Fremont Chapter, American Red Cross, to the United States Bureau of War Risk Insurance, regarding a war risk insurance allotment for Florence Hampsher, wife of World War I veteran Howard M. Hampsher, of Fremont, Ohio.
Report of Home Service Section, Fremont Chapter, American Red Cross
Report of the Home Service Section of the Fremont Chapter of the American Red Cross, completed by Mrs. A.F. Sandwisch, chairman of the chapter's Civilian Relief Committee, detailing the services rendered to the families of World War I servicemen during July 1918.
Telegram regarding vocational training in Toledo for discharged disabled men
Telegram from the American Red Cross Lake Division to Mrs. A.F. Sandwisch, chairman of the Fremont Chapter's Civilian Relief Committee, stating that a Federal Board Vocational Education representative will be visiting Toledo to assist disabled World War I veterans, including "tuberculous men," with…