Certificates, 1912-1926.


Certificates, 1912-1926.

Diplomas, 1912, 1926; certificates to Clara Spence from the Ministre de l'Instruction Publique et des Beaux-Arts, 1920; certificate to Spence School from the American Field Service in France.

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Spence, Clara B.

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Spence School

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Ruth Baker Gamble was the adopted daughter of Charlotte Baker and Clara Spence and an alumnae of Spence School. From the description of Interviews, 1983. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155507023 Miscellaneous lists, reports, and correspondence of faculty, 1930-1974; course and academic activity material, including curricula, schedules, reports, lectures, recital lists, and reading lists, 1905-1985; programs for the June Jamboree, 1984-1985; library reports and bulletins, 195...

American Field Service

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The American Field Service (AFS) was founded in 1914 as a volunteer ambulance corps. It served with the French Armies in World War I. In 1939 the American Field Service volunteer ambulance service was reactivated. It served first with French forces in France, then with British forces in the Middle East, North Africa, Europe, and India/Burma. From the description of World War II records, [ca. 1939-1945] (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155490917 The American Field ...