A Diary of Gladys Terriberry - Accession 1045 - M469 (520)
Accession 1045 - M469 (520)
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Scope and Content Note
This collection consists of a Diary of Gladys Terriberry: American Army Nurse, France, 1918 which was transcribed with historical background by David J. Riley. It is a transcription of a diary of Gladys Terriberry (1888-1975) who was an American U.S. Army nurse who was stationed at a base hospital in France during WWI. The Diary covers the period from February 7, 1918 through August 11, 1918. Gladys was stationed in Chaumont in the Marne Valley at the Base Hospital No. 15. She mostly wrote about "more pleasant activities and friendships" instead of "the horrors of the war."
A Diary of Gladys Terriberry was given to the Archives by David J. Riley on May 30, 2001.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "A Diary of Gladys Terriberry - Accession 1045 - M469 (520)". Finding Aid 684.