|Container 1||Container 2||Title||Date|
|Box: 1||Folder: 1||Allied Agreement--Minutes of the first conference of the Allied Powers in Chantilly,
||1915 July 7|
|Box: 1||Folder: 2||Tribute to "Mother Davison"--Typescript of an article by Mary Louise Basset commemorating
Rachel Frohman Davison's support to the troops
|Box: 1||Folder: 3||Samuel Bendelson Correspondence
|Box: 1||Folder: 4||U.S. Army Memorandum ordering a new basket of carrier pigeons be dropped to Major
Whittelsey in the Argonne Forest.
||1918 October 7|
|Box: 1||Folder: 5-6||Salvatore Cillis Correspondence
Salvator Cillis was born in Italy in 1892 and immigrated with his family to New York in 1901. He worked as a sign painter for the Levy Co. at 27 Wooster Street in Manhattan, before being drafted for service in World War I. Cillis corresponded with his former employer, Mr. Van Veen, and several co-workers from the Levy Co. while he was stationed in Camp Upton, Long Island for basic training, and then from battlefields in France. Salvator Cillis was discharged in 1919. His passport application from 1923 indicates that he intended to go to France and Italy to "study art." He died in 1966 and is buried in the Long Island National Cemetery.
The letters were given to the New-York Historical Society by Mr. Van Veen on February 4, 1946.
|Box: 1||Folder: 7||Craig Colgate Materials on the Liberty Loan Drive, including correspondence, awards,
and a photograph.
|Box: 1||Folder: 8||Diocesan Committee on War & Chaplain's Equipment--Correspondence and Reports
||1917 December 21-1919 September 19|
|Box: 1||Folder: 9||Manuscript of 1920 French historical novel on the Battle of Verdun:
Verdun: journal de guerre d'un civil
|Box: 1||Folder: 10||William Robbins Collection of World War I servicemen's letters, military documents,
|Box: 1||Folder: 11||Raymond J. Walsh transcript of radio broadcast about the Armistice
||1918 October, 1939 February 25|