SSU #12 Ambulance Photo & copy History Grouping

An original photograph from an American who joined the Field Ambulance - with a copy of history
Characteristics About This item:

1.Catalog Number: 83-13

2. Condition of Item: Good condition, lthe image has a bend or crease through the middle - light age dirt, some of the words on the copy pages hard to read - please see image file.

3. Identification: John T Lloyd SSU #12

4. Other Information:

Up for auction is a duplicate original photograph of an American who volunteered to drive an ambulance before the United States entered World War 1. The group consist of 1 studio photograph, and copies of the drivers story cut from The magazine which was printed during the war. The soldier drove with S.S.U. #12. The soldier name was John T. Lloyd. There is one studio photograph of John in his Ambulance uniform. The photograph was taken by The Robinson in Ithaca, New York. The photo measures 3 ½” x 5 ½” (inside the window of the paper frame) the paper frame measures 6” x 10” and is in good condition – please see image files. The copy "scrapbook" are copy pages of articles which were cut out of “The Enquirer’s” and glued into this scrapbook. The inside cover reads “Note book of J.T. Lloyd written while serving at Verdun, Dead Man’s Hill and Avocourt Woods”. The copies measures 8 ½” x 11” and is 13
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