19th Century Roots
      Florence Nightingale
        Henry Dunant and the Red Cross
        The U.S. Sanitary Commission
        The American Colony of Paris
        Dr. Evans and the American Ambulance

World War I:
        General
            Overview
                
Glimpses
                Politics
                Ambassadors
                Medical
                The automobile
                The early days

        American volunteers
            Personalities
                Organizations
                Women
                College and prep school men

        Volunteer drivers
        American Ambulance of Paris

The Field Service:
        Founders: Andrew and Sleeper
        Stephen Galatti, adjutant
        Organizational history
        Other accounts
        Poetry
        Drivers, by unit
        Réserve Mallet
        Federalized units

 

 

 

Other Ambulance services
        Harjes Formation
        
Norton-Harjes
        
Hector-Monro
        
AEF Medical service
        
French Units

Lafayette Flying Corps

AFS French Fellowships

World War II:
     General
      France, 1939-40
      With the British Army

            Several theaters
                Middle East and North Africa
                Italy
                India-Burma
                Endgame

High School Exchanges
        Prep school origins
        Growth

            Travel
                The Political Dimension
                Documents
                Interviews (sound files)

        Context
            Youth programs
                Youth abroad
                Peace Corps

        The experience
            Stories
                Publications

        The new field
            Adventures abroad
                On the home front
                Education
                Organization and logistics

        Field theory
            Dimensions of culture
                Intercultural perspectives
                Beyond Culture

In Memoriam

19th Century Roots

Florence Nightingale in Crimea and beyond

Cecil Woodham-Smith. Florence Nightingale. New York: MacGraw Hill, 1951.
Raymond Herbert. Florence Nightingale: Saint, Reformer or Rebel?. Malabar, FL: Krieger, 1981.
Edward Hamley. The War in the Crimea. 1900. [Chapter 8.]

Henry Dunant and the Red Cross movement

Henri Dunant. A Memory of Solferino. Washington, DC: American National Red Cross, 1959 (1862).
Caroline Moorehead. Dunant's Dream. War, Switzerland and the History of the Red Cross. New York: Carrol and Graf. 1998. [chapters 1-10]
Mabel Boardman. Under the Red Cross Flag at Home and Abroad. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1915.
William Howard Taft, Chief Editor. Service with Fighting Men. Association Press, New York, 1922. [excerpts].

The U.S. Sanitary Commission in the American Civil War

Cyclone in Calico: The Story of MaryAnn Bickerdyke. Boston: Little Brown & Co., 1952. [excerpts].
Mary A. Livermore. My Story of the War: A Woman's Narrative of Four Years Personal Experience. Hartford: A.D. Worthington & Co., 1888.
William Q. Maxwell. Lincoln's Fifth Wheel. The Political History of the United States Sanitary Commission. New York: Longmans, Green, 1956.

The American Colony of Paris

Véronique Wiesinger, 1853-1947, The Americans of the Legion of Honor. Blérancourt, 1993.
François Boucher and Frances Wilson Huard. American Footprints in Paris., 1921.
Joseph Cochran. Friendly Adventurers. A Chronicle of the American Church of Paris, 1857-1931. Paris: Brentano's, 1931.

Dr. Evans and his American Ambulance of the Franco-German War of 1870-1871

Gerald Carson. The Dentist and the Empress. The Adventures of Dr. Tom Evans in Gas-Lit Paris. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin, 1983.
Alan Albright. "Thomas W. Evans: A Philadelphian "Yankee" at the Court of Napoleon III." Blérancourt Exhibition Catalog, 1993.
Thomas W. Evans. Les Institutions sanitaires pendant le Conflit Austro-prusso-italien, Paris: Masson, 1867.
---------. Voitures et Tentes d'Ambulance, Paris: Paul Dupont, 1867.
---------. Report on Instruments and Apparatus of Medicine, Surgery and Hygiene, Paris Universal Exposition, 1867. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1868.
---------. Commission Sanitaire des Etats-Unis, Paris: Dentu, 1867.
---------. History of the American Ambulance Established in Paris during the Siege of 1870-71, London: Low, Low and Searle, 1873.
---------. The Second French Empire, New York: Appleton, 1905.
The Citizen's Association. A Typical American. Incidents in the Life of Dr. John Swinburne. Albany: The Citizen's Office, 1885.
Louis Judson Swinburne. Paris Sketches. Albany: Joel Munsell, 1875.
Seale Harris. Woman's Surgeon. New York: MacMillan, 1950.
Ralph Keeler. Memoirs of the American Ambulance Corps in the Franco-Prussian War, 1870-1871. Lippincott's Magazine, 1873.
Charles E. Ryan. With an Ambulance during the Franco-German War. New York: Scribners, 1896.


World War I

General

Overview

Hanson W. Baldwin, World War I: An Outline History. New York: Harper & Row, 1962.
Henry W. Ruoff. Book of the War. A Concise View of its Causes, etc. Standard Publication Co, 1918.
Leonard P. Ayres. The War with Germany, A Statistical Summary. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1919.
The Two Battles of the Marne. Joffre, von Ludendorff, Foch, Crown Prince Wilhelm. New York: Cosmopolitan. 1927.
G. Ward Price. The Story of the Salonica Army. New York: Edward J. Clode, 1918.
Edward Spears. Two Men who Saved France: Pétain and de Gaulle. New York: Stein and Day, 1966.
Henry J. Reilly. America's Part. New York: Cosmopolitan. 1928.
Edward N. Hurley. The Bridge to France. Philadelphia: Lippincott. 1927.
Guides Michelin. La deuxième bataille de la Marne. 1919.

Glimpses

Herbert Ward. Mr. Poilu. Notes and Sketches with the Fighting French. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1916.
Ministère des Anciens Combattants, Verdun - La Somme. Exposition, Gare de l'Est, Paris, 23 septembre - 6 novembre 1996.
Arthur H. Gleason. Golden Lads. New York: Century, 1916.
William Allen White. The Martial Adventures of Henry and Me. New York: MacMillan, 1918.
Dorothy Canfield [Fisher]. Home Fires in France. New York: Henry Holt, 1918.
Lauralee Hill Clayton. Front Lines. The World War I Memoirs of Capt. Wiltshire Clark Clayton, Penobscot Press, 2003.
Ward Muir. Observations of an Orderly. London: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent. 1917.
Joseph Raymond. Froc et Epée. Paris: Société d'Éditions artisiques, de tourisme et de sports, 1919.
Emmett J. Scott. The American Negro in World War I. N.P., 1919.
Donald Hankey. A Student in Arms. New York: Dutton, 1917.
C. Leroy Baldridge. I was There. With the Yanks on the Western Front. New York. Putnam's Sons, 1919.
Hanford MacNider. The A.E.F. of a Conscientious Subaltern. Illustrations by C. Leroy Baldridge. Mason City, Iowa: Klipto. Reprinted from American Legion Weekly, 1922-23.
Some posters from WWI.
Sheet music covers from WWI.
Child's book on the war, cerca 1917. No identifying information.

Politics

William Martin. Statesmen of the War. New York: Minton Balch 1928.
Arthur H. Gleason. Our Part in the Great War. New York: Stokes, 1917.
Yves-Henri Nouailhat. France-Etats-Unis, Août 1914-Avril 1917. Paris: Sorbonne. 1979
André Tardieu. Devant l'obstacle. Paris: Éditions Émile-Paul Frères, 1927.
-------. [ English translation of above]France and America. Some Experiences in Coöperation. Boston: Houghton Mifflin 1935.
-------. The Truth about the Treaty. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill 1921.
Henry N. Brailsford. The War of Steel and Gold. London: G. Bell & Sons. 1918(1914).
Arthur Ponsonby. Falsehood in War-Time. London: George Allen & Unwin, 1929.

Ambassadors

Col. T. Bentley Mott. Myron Herrick. Friend of France. An Autobiographical Biography. Garden City, New York. Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., 1929.
Warrington Dawson (ed). William Graves Sharp, American Ambassador to France 1914-1919. Edinborough: Constable, 1931.
Allan Nevins, ed. The Letters and Journal of Brand Whitlock: the Journal. Appleton: New York. 1936.
Burton J. Hendrick. The Life and Letters of Walter H. Page. Garden City, NY: Doubleday Page, 1923.
James W. Gerard. My Four Years in Germany. New York: George H, Doran, 1917.
Count Bernstorff. My Three Years in America. New York: Scribner's, 1920.
Thomas Nelson Page. Italy and the World War. New York: Scribner's, 1920.
Sir J. Rennell Rodd. Sir J. Rennell Rodd. London: Edward Arnold, 1925.
Henry Morgenthau. Ambassador Morgenthau's Story. Garden City, NY: Doubleday Page, 1918.

Medical

Albert G. Love. War Casualties. Army Medical Bulletin No. 24. 1931.
Dr. Franklin H. Martin, Managing Editor. Digest of the Proceedings of the Council of National Defense during the World War. 73d Congress, Second Session SENATE. Document No. 193.
Richard V.N. Ginn. The History of the U.S. Army Medical Service Corps. Washington, DC: Surgeon General, 1997.

The automobile

John S. Haller, Jr. From Farmcarts to Fords. A History of the Military Ambulance, 1790-1925 Carbondale: South Illinois University Press, 1992.
Robert Lacey. "Chapter Six: Model T" in Ford, The Men and the Machine. Ballentine: New York, 1986 .
Virginia Scharff. Taking the Wheel. Women and the Coming of the Motor Age. New York: The Free Press, 1991.

Early days in France and Belgium

Charles I. Barnard. Paris War Days. Diary of an American. 1914.
Eric Fisher Wood. The Notebook of an Attaché Seven Months in the War Zone. New York: Century. 1915.
Elizabeth Dryden. Paris in Herrick Days., Paris: Dorbon, 1915.
Hugh Gibson. A Journal from Our Legation in Belgium. Garden City, NY: Doubleday Page, 1917.
Mildred Aldrich. A Hilltop on the Marne. 1914.
Jeannette Grace Watson. Our Sentry Go. Chicago. Seymour, 1924.
Samuel N. Watson. Those Paris Years. With an Introduction by William Archer. New York. Revell, 1936.
Edith Wharton. Fighting France. 1915.
Robert Villate. Foch à la Marne, 5-10 sept 1914. Paris: Charles-Lavauelle & Cie. 1933.
Guide Michelin. La Bataille de la Marne (1914) I: L'Ourcq.

 

American volunteers

Personalities

James Brown Scott. Robert Bacon, Life and Letters. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1923.
Harvard Club of New York. Homage to Robert Bacon, . New York, 1919.
James W. Gerard. My Four Years in Germany. New York: George H, Doran, 1917.
Alan Albright "American Volunteerism in France" in Véronique Wiesinger.1853-1947, The Americans of the Legion of Honor. Blérancourt, 1993.
Harvey Cushing. From a Surgeon's Journal, 1915-1918. Boston: Little, Brown, 1936.

George W. Crile. Autobiography. New York, Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1947. [chapters 23-38]
Véronique Wiesinger, 1853-1947, The Americans of the Legion of Honor. Blérancourt, 1993.
Letters and Diary of Alan Seeger. New York. Charles Scribner's Sons, 1918.
Poems by Alan Seeger. With and Introduction by William Archer. New York. Charles Scribner's Sons, 1916.
Robert W. Service. Rhymes of a Red Cross Man. New York. Barse & Hopkins, 1916.
Jeannette Grace Watson. Our Sentry Go. Chicago. Seymour, 1924.
Samuel N. Watson. Those Paris Years. With an Introduction by William Archer. New York. Revell, 1936.

Organizations

Edwin W. Morse. America in the War. The Vanguard of American Volunteers in the Fighting Lines and in Humanitarian Service, August, 1914 --April, 1917. New York, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1919.
Paul-Louis Hervier. Les Volontaires américains dans les rangs alliés. Paris: La Nouvelle Revue, 1917.
Percy Mitchell. The American Relief Clearing House. Its Work in the Great War. Paris: Herbert Clarke, 1922.
George I. Gay. Public Relations of the Commission for Relief in Belgium. Documents. Commission for Relief in Belgium, with the collaboration of H.H. Fisher, Stanford University. In two volumes. Stanford: University Press, 1929.
Sherwood Eddy. With Our Soldiers in France. New York: Association Press 1917.
Evangeline Booth and Grace Livingston Hill. The Romance of the Salvation Army. New York: Lippincott 1919.
Henry P. Davison. The American Red Cross in the Great War. New York: Macmillan 1920.
The Work of the American Red Cross during the War. A Statement of Finances and Accomplishments for the Period July 1, 1917 to February 28, 1919. Washington: American Red Cross, 1919.

Women

Ida Clyde Clarke. American Women and the World War. New York: Appelton, 1918.
Dorothy and Carl J. Schneider. Into the Breach. American Women Overseas in World War I. New York: Viking, 1991.
Elizabeth Marbury. My Crystal Ball. Reminiscences. New York: Boni and Liveright, 1932.
Mrs. J. Borden Harriman. "Chapter XV, France at War" in From Pinafores to Politics, New York: Holt, 1923.
Alfred Allan Lewis. Ladies and Not-So-Gentle Women. New York: Penguin, 2000.
Virginia Scharff. Taking the Wheel. Women and the Coming of the Motor Age. New York: The Free Press, 1991.

Esther Pohl Lovejoy. Certain Samaritans. New York: MacMillan Company, 1927.
Gertrude Atherton. The Living Present. New York: Frederick Stokes, 1917.
Mary Smith Churchill. You Who Can Help. Boston: Small, Maynard & Company, 1918.
June Richardson Lucas. The Children of France and the Red Cross. New York: Frederick Stokes, 1918.
Elizabeth Ashe. Intimate Letters from France and Extracts from the Diary of Elizabeth Ashe, 1917-1919. San Franciso: Bruce Brough, 1931.
Mary Breckinridge. Wide Neighborhoods.[excerpts].
Charlotte Kellogg. Women of Belgium. Turning Tragedy to Triumph. New York: Funk & Wagnalls, 1917.
Arthur H. Gleason. With the First War Ambulance in Belgium. Young Hilda at the Wars. New York: Burt, 1915.

Anonymous. Mademoiselle Miss. Boston: Butterfield, 1914.
Violetta Thurstan. Field Hospital and Flying Column, New York: Putnam's, 1915.
Anonymous. A War Nurse's Diary: Sketches from a Belgian Field Hospital. New York: MacMillan, 1918.
An American V.A.D. [Katharine Foote]. Two Hospitals. Boston: The Atlantic Monthly Press, 1919.
Stephen Hooper. The Story of Marion McCune Rice. An ongoing project.
Mary Jane Rodabaugh. "Some Ohio Aspects of Military Nursing, 1861-1945", in Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly, vol. 61. n.d.
Anonymous. My Beloved Poilus. St. John, N.B.: Barnes, 1917.
Olga Bing. Gestes d'infirmières. Croquis 1916-1917, 1917.
Maggie-Owen Wadelton. "Book Four: Maggie-Owen Fends for Herself" from: Maggie No Doubt, Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1943.
Kathleen Burke. The White Road to Verdun, London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1916.
Mary Borden. The Forbidden Zone, London: William Heinemann, 1929.
Ellen N. LaMotte. The Backwash of War, New York: Putnam, 1916.

Florence Converse. "Wellesley College. A Chronicle of the Years 1875-1938. Hathaway House Bookshop: Wellesley, Mass., 1939.
Louise Elliott Dalby. "An Irrepressible Crew" The Smith College Relief Unit, Northhampton: Smith College. 1968.
Ruth Gaines. A Village in Picardy. New York: E.P. Dutton & Company, 1918.
------. Helping France. The Red Cross in the Devastated Area. New York: E.P. Dutton & Company,1919.
------. The Ladies of Grécourt. New York: E.P. Dutton & Company, 1920.
Smith College War Service, 1914-1918, Archival holdings.

College and prep school men

Owen Johnson. Stover at Yale. Toronto: Copp Clark. 1911.
Charles F. Thwing. The American Colleges and Universities in the Great War. 1914-1919. New York: Macmillan. 1920.
M.A. deWolfe, ed. The Harvard Volunteers in Europe. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1916.
Trustees of Williams College. Williams College in the World War. 1926. [excerpts].
>Benjamin P. Kurtz. Charles Mills Gayley. University of California Press, 1943.
Oscar Fay Adams. Some Famous American Schools. Boston: Dana Estes, 1903.
Ernest Kolowrat. Hotchkiss. A Chronicle of an American School. New Amsterdam Press, 1992.
Albert E. Benson. History of Saint Mark's School. 1925.
--------------. Saint Mark's School in the War Against Germany. 1920.
Claude M. Fuess. An Old New England School. A History of Phillips Academy Andover. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1917.
---------------. Phillips Academy Andover in the Great War. [excerpts].
Stephen Birmingham. Chapter 22: "To serve...", America's Secret Aristocracy, New York: Berkley Books, 1985.

 

Volunteer drivers

James T. Lapsley III. Gentlemen Volunteers. American Ambulance Drivers in the First World War. (Master's thesis at UC Santa Cruz, 1971).
Arlen Hansen. Gentleman Volunteers. The Story of the American Ambulance Drivers in the Great War. New York: Arcade, 1996.

 

The American Ambulance of Paris

Nicole Fouché. Le mouvement perpétuel: Histoire de l'Hôpital Américain de Paris, des origines à nos jours. Toulouse: Erès, 1991.
Abbé Félix Klein. The Diary of a French Chaplain. Chicago: McClurg, 1915.
Marie Van Vorst. War Letters of an American Woman. London: John Lane, 1916.
James R. Judd. With the American Ambulance in France. Honolulu, 1919.
Lauralee Hill Clayton. Front Lines. The World War I Memoirs of Capt. Wiltshire Clark Clayton, Penobscot Press, 2003.
Edmund L. Gros. The Transportation of the Wounded. Boston, 1915.
"War Work. Harvard Men in Hospital Work." Harvard Graduates' Magazine, September 1915.
Eric Fisher Wood. Notebook of an Attaché, Seven Months in the War Zone. New York: Century, 1915.
Valentine L. Oldshue. The American Ambulance Paris Section. Reprint of an article in the Pittsburg Gazette-Times, cerca 1916, New York.
American Committee. Report of Ambulance Committee of 1915. New York, 1915.
Archival Documents Concerning the American Ambulance of Paris, August 1914-April 1915.

 

The Field Service

Roster of American Field Service Volunteers, 1914-1917.
Museum of Franco-American Cooperation at Blérancourt.
"Our Boys in the European War" (QuickTime movie), AFS New York, 1916.

A. Piatt Andrew, Henry D. Sleeper, founders

A "Biographical Sketch," taken from the National Cyclopedia of American Biography, and modified by Andrew's sister, Helen Patch.
Robert Craig West. Banking Reform and the Federal Reserve, 1863-1923. Ithaca: Cornell University, 1977.
A. Piatt Andrew. Letters Written Home from France in the First Half of 1915. Privately printed, 1915.
A "Seventy-fifth Congress. Memorial Services for Abram Piatt Andrew, Late a Representative from Massachusetts, Washington, 1938.
Andrew Gray. "A New England Bloomsbury" in Fenway.
Andrew Gray, ed. Letters from Isabella Stewart Gardner to Abram Piatt Andrew. Privately printed. 1967.
Joseph E. Garland. Boston's Gold Coast. The North Shore, 1890-1929. Boston: Little Brown. 1981. excerpts.
Louise Hall Tharp. Mrs. Jack. A Biography of Isabella Stewart Gardner. Boston: Little Brown. 1965.
E. Parker Hayden Jr. and Andrew Gray, ed. Beauport Chronicle. The Intimate Letters of Henry Davis Sleeper to Abram Piatt Andrew, Jr., 1906-1915.. Boston: Society for Preservation of New England Antiquities, 1991
Samuel Chamberlain and Paul Hollister. Beauport at Gloucester. The Most Fascinating House in America. New York: Hastings. 1951

Stephen P. Galatti, adjutant

Ina Baghdiantz McCabe, Gelina Harlaftis and Ioanna Pepelasis Minoglou, Diaspora Entrepreneurial Networks. Four Centuries of History. Oxford: Berg, 2005.
Michael Contopoulos, The Greek Community of New York City. Early Years to 1910. New Rochelle: Caratzas, 1992.

Albert E. Benson. History of Saint Mark's School. 1925.

>Organizational history and documents

J. Paulding Brown. "The First Months of the American Ambulance (September 1914 to May 1915)," in George Rock History of the American Field Service, 1920-1955. New York, 1956.
Friends of France. The Field Service of the American Ambulance described by its members. Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin. 1916.
A. Piatt Andrew. "For Love of France" in Outlook Magazine. Dec. 27, 1916.
History of the American Field Service in France. "Friends of France". 1914-1917. Told by its Members with Illustrations. Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1920.
James W.D. Seymour. Memorial Volume of the American Field Service in France. "Friends of France". 1914-1917. Boston: American Field Service, 1921.
American Field Service Fund. Interim Reports Regarding the Accounts and the Administration of the Fund from Its Inception, September 18, 1915 to September 18, 1917.
The American Field Service Bulletins. Published at 21, rue Raynouard, Paris, 1917-1919.
Larry D. Geller. The American Field Service Archives of World War I, 1914-1917. New York: AFS Archives, 1989.

>Other accounts and reports

Dorothy Canfield Fisher. "Young Americans and Old France. Notes from a French Village in the War Zone". Harper's Monthly Magazine, volume number CXXXVI, No. 814, circa 1917.
Will Irwin. The Latin at War. London: Constable, 1917.
Paul Heuzé. La voie sacrée-- le Service automobile à Verdun, (Février-Août 1916). Paris: La Renaissance du Livre, n.d.
Andrew Gray. The American Field Service. American Heritage, 1974.

>Poetry

Lansing Warren and Robert A. Donaldson. En Repos and Elsewhere. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1918.
Robert A. Donaldson. Turmoil. Verses Written in France, 1917-1919. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1919.
William Cary Sanger, Jr. With the Armies of France. New York: Knickerbocker, 1918.

 

Drivers, by unit

SSU1

William Yorke Stevenson. At the Front in a Flivver. Houghton Mifflin, 1917.
------. From "Poilu" to "Yank". Houghton Mifflin, 1918.
Philip Sidney Rice. An Ambulance Driver in France. Wilkes-Barre, Pa, 1918.
Maclyn P. Burg and Thomas J. Pressly, ed. The Great War at Home and Abroad: The World War I Diaries and Letters of W. Stull Holt. Manhattan, Ks: Sunflower Univ. Press,1999.

SSU2

Leslie Buswell. With the American Ambulance Field Service in France. Personal Letters of a Driver at the Front. Printed only for private distribution, January 1916.
------. Ambulance No. 10. Personal Letters of a Driver at the Front. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1916.
Henry Beston Sheehan. A Volunteer Poilu. Boston and New York. Houghton Mifflin Company, 1916.
James R. McConnell. "With the American Ambulance in France" in Outlook Magazine. Sept 15, 1915.
Amos N. Wilder. Armageddon Revisited. A World War I Journal. New Haven: Yale, 1994.

SSU3

Robert W. Imbrie. Behind the Wheel of a War Ambulance. New York. Robet McBride, 1918.
Cornelius Winant. A Soldier's Manuscript. Privately printed, 1929.
"Richard Nelville Hall, Killed in Alsace, Christmas Morning, 1915" in The Michigan Alumnus of January, 1916.
Kenneth C. Cramer. "Dick Hall and his Friends. Notes from the Special Collections at Darmouth" [extract from website].

SSU4

"Memorial to Roger T. Twitchell, Sr." [extract from website].

SSU8

Diary of Section VIII. American Ambulance Field Service. Printed only for private distribution. 1917.
William Seabrook. No Hiding Place. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1942. Chapters 10 and 11.
Randolph Rogers. Pour le Droit. Ann Arbor: George Warh, 1919.

SSU12

Julien H. Bryan. "Ambulance 464". New York. MacMillan, 1918.

SSU13

Houston Woodward. A Year for France. New Haven. Yale Publishing Association, 1918.

SSU14

Clara E. Kimber. The Story of the First Flag. San Francisco: Friends of France, 1920.
Nancy Nichols, ed. Letters Home From the Lafayette Flying Corps. San Francisco: J.D. Huff, 1993.

SSU15

Jerome Preston. Diary of Jerome Preston, 1917-1918. An Innocent Abroad.. Privately edited and printed by the author, circa 1969.

SSU18

[Ernest R. Schoen], Diary of S.S.U. 18, privately printed, 1917.
G. Ripley Cutler. Of Battles Long Ago. Hicksville, NY: Exposition, 1979.

SSU19

Diary of S.S.U. 19. American Field Service. (pamphlet, no date).

SSU31

Philip Dana Orcutt. The White Road of Mystery. New York and London. John Lane, 1918.

SSU33

Julian Green. The Green Paradise. Autobiography, vol I (1900-1916). New York: Marion Boyars, 1993.
 ------. The War at Sixteen. Autobiography, vol II (1916-1920). New York: Marion Boyars, 1993.

SSU65

"Somewhere in France." Personal Letters of Reginald Nöel Sullivan, SSU 65 of the American Ambulance Field Service. 1917.

SSU66

George C. Brown, ed. "The Wartime Letters of William Gorham Rice, Jr.", (part 1) Wisconsin Magazine of History. vol. 64, No. 4, Summer 1981, (part 2) Wisconsin Magazine of History. vol. 65, No. 1, Autumn 1981, (part 3) vol. 65, No. 2, Winter 1981-82.,

SSU70

Lansing Warren. Ambulancier. Unpublished manuscript, 1978.

SSU71

Edward Weeks. "What the French Taught Us"In Friendly Candor. Boston: Atlantic Monthly, 1946.
--------. My Green Age. Boston: Little Brown, 1973.
Miller M. Keplinger. Diaries of Samuel Miller Keplinger, Jr., Ambulance Driver, American Field Service, July 1917-March 1919. 2006.
--------. Diaries of Samuel Miller Keplinger, Jr., Two part video presentation: July-December 1917, January-May 1918.
Geoffrey Wolf. Black Sun. The Brief Transit and Violent Eclipse of Harry Crosby. New York: Vintage, 1977. [excerpts]
Edward Bruner. "Harry Crosby's Brief Transit. A Biographical Essay". [extract from website]. 2001.

>Réserve Mallet truck transport units

Martin W. Sampson, ed. Camion Letters from Men in the American Field Service. Henry Holt & Co. 1918.
"WWI Diary. Thomas Edward Shirley". [extract from website]. Paul Heuzé. Les Camions de la Victoire. Paris: La Renaissance du Livre, 1920.
John Iden Kautz. Trucking to the Trenches. Letters from France, June-November 1917. Boston. Houghton Mifflin, 1918.
American Field Service Bulletin. Special Mallet Reserve Number. March, 1919.
Kirkland H. Day. Camion Cartoons. Boston. Marshall Jones Company, 1919.
Greayer Clover. A Stop at Suzanne's. New York: George Doran. 1919.
Alden Rogers. The Hard White Road. Buffalo: Privately printed. 1923.
A Poet of the Air. Letters of Jack Morris Wright. First Lieutenant of the American Aviation in France. April, 1917-January, 1918. Boston and New York. Houghton Mifflin Company, 1918.
Claude Fuess. Phillips Academy Andover in the Great War. [excerpts].
Henry C. Wolfe. "Boys in a Man's War" from In My Time. A Medley of Andover Reminiscences. Claude M. Fuess, ed. Andover: Phillips Academy, 1959.
Leslie W. Quirk. Jimmy Goes to War. Boston. Little Brown, 1931. [fiction]
Malcolm Cowley. Exile's Return. A Literary Odyssey of the 1920s. New York: Penguin, 1951 (1934).

 

Federalized units and the USAAS

John R. Smucker, Jr., The History of the United States Army Ambulance Service with the French and Italian Armies, 1917-1918-1919, USAAS Association. 1967.
Richard V.N. Ginn, "World War I: The Ambulance Service," in The History of the U.S. Army Medical Service Corps, Washington, D.C.: U.S. Army, 1997.
"30th Anniversary of the Founding of Camp Crane, ' USAAC Bulletin, Allentown, Pa: USAAS Association, 1947.

SSU516

Staige Davis Blackford, "History of Section Sanitaire Unie Number Five Hundred and Sixteen," In Kyle Davis, ed. Virginia Units in the World War, Virginia War HIstory Commission, 1927.

SSU517

William Hudson Rogers, "History of Section Sanitaire Unie Number Five Hundred and Seventeen", In Kyle Davis, ed. Virginia Units in the World War, Virginia War HIstory Commission, 1927.

SSU534

Forrest Fletcher, "History of Section Sanitaire Unie Number Five Hundred and Thirty-Four", In Kyle Davis, ed. Virginia Units in the World War, Virginia War HIstory Commission, 1927.
Charles W. Turner, ed. War Letters, 1917-1919, of Professor George Junkin Irwin. Verona, VA: McClure. 1976.

SSU559

"Purdue University" in Tippicanoe County, Indiana Honor Roll, Lafayette, IN: Haywood 1919.

SSU585

George Shively, ed. S.S.U. 585. Yale Ambulance Unit with the French Army, 1917-1919. Privately printed. 1920.
George Shively, Initiation. New York: Harcourt Brace, 1925. [fiction].
Guy E. Bowerman, Jr., The Compensations of War: The Diary of an Ambulance Driver during the Great War. Edited by Mark C. Carnes, Austin: University of Texas, 1983.

SSU598

"Purdue University" in Tippicanoe County, Indiana Honor Roll, Lafayette, IN: Haywood 1919.

SSU625

History of Section 625, United States Army Ambulance Service with the French Army, cerca 1919.

 

Other ambulance services

Harjes Formation

Edward D. Toland. The Aftermath of Battle. With the Red Cross in France. New York: Macmillan, 1916.
"George Houpt, Class of 1916" from Yale in the World War, George Henry Nettleton, ed., New Haven: Yale University Press, 1925, vol I, "Memorial Sketches", pp 207-208.
Clarence V. Mitchell. With a Military Ambulance in France, 1914-1915. Privately printed, 1915.
Notes on the Harjes Family of Paris.

Norton-Harjes

"Richard Norton, Class of 1892, Harvard," in M.A. DeWolfe Howe (ed), Harvard in the Great War, Cambridge MA: Harvard University Press, 1922.
Henry S. Kingman. Section 61. Minneapolis: privately printed, 1917.
Edward R. Coyle. Ambulancing on the French Front. New York: Britton Publishing Company, 1918.
Carlos de Florez. "No. 6" A Few Pages from the Diary of an Ambulance Driver. New York: EP. Dutton, 1918.
Henry James, "The American Volunteer Motor-Ambulance Corps in France: A Letter to the Editor of an American Journal", Within the Rim, London: Collins, 1918.
Percy Lubbock, ed. The Letters of Henry James. New York: Scribners. 1920. Volume II.
Virginia Spencer Carr. Dos Passos, A Life. New York: Doubleday, 1984.
John Dos Passos. One Man's Initiation: 1917. A Novel. London: Allen and Undwin, 1920 .
---------------. Three Soldiers.

E.E. Cummings. The Enormous Room. Boni and Liveright, Inc., 1922.

Hector-Munro Ambulance Corps

Letters of Caspar Henry Burton, Jr. Edited by his brother, Spence Burton, S.S.J.E., Privately printed, 1921.
Arthur H. Gleason. Golden Lads. New York: Century, 1916.
---------------. With the First War Ambulance in Belgium. Young Hilda at the Wars. New York: Burt, 1915.

American Expedionary Forces Medical Services

Harry L. Smith, M.D. in collaboration with James R. Eckman. Memoirs of an Ambulance Company Officer. Rochester, MN: Doomsday Press, 1940.
Frederick A. Pottle. Stretchers. The Story of a Hospital Unit on the Western Front. New Haven :Yale University Press, 1929.
Antonin Guillot. The American Camp at Allerey (1918-1919). 1999.
Arthur Kyle Davis, ed. "Virginia Medical Units in the World War". Part V of Virginia Military Organizations in the World War, Richmond: Virginia War History Commission, 1927.
J. Philip Hatch, ed. Concerning Base Hospital No. 5, France, 1917-18-19..n.d.
History of Mobile Hospital No. 6, AEF, n.d.
History of Base Hospital No. 9, AEF, 1920.
Col. W. Lee Hart. History of Base Hospital Number 53, 1919.
William Schira. The Personal Diary of William J. "Bill" Schira in World War I.
Bob Thomas. Walt Disney. An American Original. New York: Simon & Schuster. 1976.

French Ambulance Units

Pierre-Alexis Muenier. L'Angoisse de Verdun. Notes d'un Conducteur d'Auto Sanitaire Paris: Hachette, 1918.

 

Lafayette Flying Corps

Philippe D. Rogers. L'Escadrille Lafayette Paris: ISC-CFHM-IHCC, 2002.
Dale Walk."The Ted Parsons Story." Aviation Quarterly, 1978.
Quentin Reynolds. They Fought for the Sky. New York: Rinehart, 1957.
James R. McConnell. Flying for France. With the American Escadrille at Verdun. Garden City, New York. Doubleday, Page & Company, 1919.
Nancy Nichols, ed. Letters Home From the Lafayette Flying Corps. San Francisco: J.D. Huff, 1993.
Greayer Clover. A Stop at Suzanne's. New York: George Doran. 1919.
Maclyn P. Burg and Thomas J. Pressly, ed. The Great War at Home and Abroad: The World War I Diaries and Letters of W. Stull Holt. Manhattan, Ks: Sunflower Univ. Press,1999.
Houston Woodward. A Year for France. New Haven. Yale Publishing Association, 1918.
A Poet of the Air. Letters of Jack Morris Wright. First Lieutenant of the American Aviation in France. April, 1917-January, 1918. Boston and New York. Houghton Mifflin Company, 1918.
Clara E. Kimber. The Story of the First Flag. San Francisco: Friends of France, 1920.
Charles Nordhoff and James Norman Hall, Falcons of France,Bantam 1996 (1929). (fiction)
Caroline Ticknor. New England Aviators, 1914-1918. Their Portraits and Their Records, Volume I. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1919.
---------. New England Aviators, 1914-1918. Their Portraits and Their Records, Volume II. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1919.
Charles Woolley with Bill Crawford. Echoes of Eagles. A Son's Search for His Father and the Legacy of America's First Fighter Pilots. New York: Dutton, 2003.
Cpt. Alfred A. Cuningham Marine Flyer in France, November 1917-January 1918 Washington: USMCC, 1974.


The American Field Service French Fellowships

Science and Learning in France. The Society for American Fellowships in French Universities, 1917.
American Field Service Association Bulletins, 1920-1935.
Maurice Caulléry. "French Universities and American Students" Harvard Graduates' Magazine, December 1917.
Stephen P. Duggan. Institute of International Education. Ninth Annual Report of the Director. IIE: NY, 1928.
------. A Professor at Large New York: MacMillan, 1943
George Rock."Between the Wars: The Fellowships for French Universities and Blérancourt (1919 to 1939)" History of the American Field Service, 1920-1955. New York, 1956.


World War Two

General

Roster of American Field Service Volunteers, 1939-1945.
Roll of Honour, American Field Service, 1939-1945.
George Rock. History of the American Field Service, 1920-1955. New York, 1956.
American Field Service. Short History of the American Field Service. New York: AFS, 1941.
Larry D. Geller. "Record Group 2, American Field Service archives of World War II, 1939-1945." Unpublished document. New York: AFS Archives n.d.
Katharine Savage. The Story of the Second World War. New York: Scholastic Book Services, 1957.
Overview of WWII: Europe and North Africa, Asia and the Pacific. National Geographic Cartographical Department. 1991.

 

France, 1939-40

Peter Muir. War Without Music. New York: Scribner's, 1940.
Quentin Reynolds. The Wounded Don't Cry. New York: Dutton, 1941.
Barbara Hudnut Boston. "AFS Carries On." Town and Country Magazine. July, 1940.
American Friends of France. "Report of Activities, 1939-40." 1940.
Sylvie Péharpré, "American Humanitarian Aid in France in World War II," Petit Journal for the Summer Exhibit at Blérancourt, June 1994.
Lilla Pennant. Anne Morgan, Eva Dahlgren, Rose Dolan And the Aid They Brought to French Refugees, 1939-1949.. 1990.
Edward Spears. Assignment to Catastrophe. Volume I: Prelude to Dunkirk, July 1939-May 1940. New York: A.A. Wyn, 1964.
--------. Assignment to Catastrophe. Volume II: The Fall of France, June 1940.. London: Heinemann, 1954.
--------. Two Men who Saved France: Pétain and de Gaulle New York: Stein and Day, 1966.

Herman Harjes, "With the Morgan Bank in England and France, 1939-1940" (unpublished).
Jacques Phillipet. S.O.S. Service de Santé. Neuchâtel: Baconnière, 1941.
Mary Borden. Journey Down a Blind Alley. New York: Harper & Bros, 1946.
Charles Bove with Dana Thomas. A Paris Surgeon's Story. New York, 1956.

 

With the British Army and the Free French, 1941-45

Several theaters

AFS Letters, 1942-1945. Published at AFS HQ, 60 Beaver Street, New York.
W.H. Perry. A Short History of 485 Company of the American Field Service. August 30-1942-May 2, 1945.
J.B. McKinney. Medical Units of 2 NZEF in Middle East and Italy. Wellington, NZ: War History Branch, Department of Internal Affairs, 1952.
Pierre Bourdelle War. Albert Carman, printer. New York and London: American Studio Books, 1945.
Charles P. Edwards. An AFS Driver Remembers. [draft] New York: AFS, 2002.
Carl H. Adam. Tales of AFS in WWII. (Writings of an AFS editor and public relations director): undated manuscripts.
Joseph Desloge, Jr. Passport to Manhood. Self-published, 1995.
A Mother's Scrapbook: John Newlin Hobbs and the American Field Service, 1942-1945.
John Masters. A Road Past Mandalay. Bantam: New York, (1961) 1979.
Hugh Popham. F.A.N.Y. The Story of the Women's Transportation Service, 1907-1984. London: Lee Cooper, 1984.
Anita Leslie A Story Half Told. A Wartime Autobiography. London: Hutchinson. 1984.
Jacques Duprey. L'Ambulance Hadfield-Spears. La drôle d'équipe. Paris: Nouvelles Editions Latines, 1953.
Rachel Millet. Spearette. A personal account of the Hadfield-Spears Ambulance Unit, 1940-1945. Ely, England: Fern, 1998.

A. Tegla Davies. Friends Ambulance Unit. The Story of the F.A.U. in the Second World War, 1939-1946. London: Allen and Unwin, 1947.

Middle East and North Africa

The AFS News Bulletin, 1943-1944. Published by Members of the American Field Service in the Middle East, 1942-43.
Benefit Exhibition for the American Field Service. Whitney Museum, New York, 1942.
Andrew Geer. Mercy in Hell. An American Ambulance Driver with the Eighth Army. MaGraw Hill, New York, 1943.
Evan Thomas. Ambulance in Africa. New York: Appleton. 1943.
Stuart Benson. "Comments On The American Field Service And The Middle East." Text of lecture. March 1942.
Cliff Saber. Desert Rat Sketchbook. New York: Sketchbook Press. 1959.
"Letter from Libya," (QuickTime movie). AFS, New York, 1944.
David Briggs. Action Amid Ruins. New York: AFS. 1945.
Caleb Milne. I Dream of the Day. Africa 1942-1943. New York: Longman's, 1945.
Robert John Crawford. "I Was an Eighth Army Soldier." London: Gollanz, 1944.
W.G.F. Jackson. The Battle for North Africa, 1940-1943. Mason/Charter: New York, 1975.
The Memoirs of Field-Marshal Montgomery. New York: Signet, 1959 (1958).
Correlli Barnett. The Desert Generals. New York: Berkeley, 1960.

Italy

Paul C. Rodgers. The Saga of Section Six. New York: AFS, 1994.
The Tiger Triumphs---The Story of Three Great Divisions in Italy. H.M. Stationery Office (for the Government of India), 1946.
Oliver Barres. One Shepherd, One Flock. New York: Sheed and Ward, 1956. (excerpt)
Alfred A. Parsell. War Is Not Only For Soldiers. Civilian Life in World War II Italy As Observed by AFS Volunteer Ambulance Drivers. New York: AFS, 1994.
Fred Majdalany. The Battle of Cassino. New York: Ballentine, 1957.
Christopher Hibbert. Anzio: The Bid for Rome. New York: Ballentine, 1970.

India-Burma

British Information Services. Victory in Burma. New York, July, 1945.
Trevor N. Dupuy, ed. Asiatic Land Battles: Allied Victories in China and Burma. New York: Franklin Watts. 1963.
Don Moser, ed. China-Burma-India. New York: Time-Life. 1978.
Scott Gilmore. A Connecticut Yankee in the 8th Gurka Rifles. A Burma Memoir. Brassey's: London, 1995.
John Frederick Muehl. American Sahib. New York: John Day, 1946.
Gordon S. Seagrave. Burma Surgeon.. Norton: New York, 1943.
--------. Burma Surgeon Returns.. Norton: New York, 1946.
Alan K. Lathrop. "Dateline: Burma". Dartmouth Medicine, Spring 2004.

Paul Geren. Burma Diary. 1943.
Charles Evans. A Doctor in XIVth Army, Burma 1944-1945. London: Leo Cooper, 1998.
Antony Brett-James. Ball of Fire. The Fifth Indian Division in the Second World War. Aldershot: Gale & Polden, 1951.
J.H. Williams. Elephant Bill.. Rupert Hart-Davis: London, 1950.
Tim Carew. Man For Man.. First Nel Paperback: London, 1971 (1955). [fiction]
Frank Bonham. Burma Rifles.. Crowell: New York, 1960. [fiction]
John Patrick. The Hasty Heart. Comedy-Drama in Three Acts, 1944.

Endgame

Trevor N. Dupuy, ed. European Land Battles: 1944-1945. New York: Franklin Watts. 1962.
Anita Leslie A Story Half Told. A Wartime Autobiography. London: Hutchinson. 1984.

 


High School Exchanges

Prep school Origins

Peterson's 1999-2000 Guide to Private Secondary Schools, 1999.
Oscar Fay Adams. Some Famous American Schools. Boston: Dana Estes, 1903.
Ernest Kolowrat. Hotchkiss. A Chronicle of an American School. New Amsterdam Press, 1992.
Albert E. Benson. History of Saint Mark's School. 1925.
Claude M. Fuess. An Old New England School. A History of Phillips Academy Andover. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1917.
-------, Independent Schoolmaster Boston: Little Brown, 1952. Chapter Sixteen.

Stephen Birmingham. Chapter 22: "To serve...", America's Secret Aristocracy, New York: Berkley Books, 1985.

 

Growth

>Travel

Foster Rhea Dulles. American Abroad. Two Centuries of European Travel. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, 1964.

>The Political Dimension

Henry J. Kellermann. Cultural Relations--Instrument of Foreign Policy. U.S.-German Exchange. 1945-54. State Department, 1978.
John Evelyn Wrench. Struggle, 1914-1918. London: Ivor Nicholson and Watson, 1935.
Stephen P. Duggan. A Professor at Large New York: MacMillan, 1943
Ruth Emily McMurry & Mona Lee. The Cultural Approach. Another Way in International Relations. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1947.
Jeanne Watson & Ronald Lippitt. Learning Across Cultures. A Study of Germans Visiting America. Institute for Social Research. Ann Arbor: Univ. of Michigan, 1955.
Walter Johnson & Francis J. Colligan. The Fulbright Program: A History. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1965.

U.S. Congress. Public Law 402 (Jan 27, 1948) and Public Law 584 (Aug 1, 1946).

>Documents

George Rock. "The First Years of the Teenage Programs (1946-1955)." History of the American Field Service, 1920-1955. New York, 1956.
William P. Orrick. The First Thirty Years of the AFS International Scholarships. New York: AFS Archives, 1991.
Bärbel Helmers & Dagmar Bethkowsky. 50 Years of Hosting in Germany. AFS Germany, 2002.
William P. Orrick, ed. A Selection of Correspondence between AFS New York and the German Office, 1957-1960, AFS Archives, 1997.

Glen McMurry "First German students get AFS scholarships" (1952).

>Interviews (sound files)

William P. Orrick. Long interview with Dorothy Field. No date.
William P. Orrick. Short interview with Dorothy Field. No date.
William P. Orrick. Interview with Sally Howells. [Third party unidentified]. No date.

 

Context: Other youth exchanges and programs

Youth programs

E.E. Reynolds. Baden-Powell, A Biography. 1942.
Joshua Miner & Joe Boldt. Outward Bound USA. 1992.
Arthur Gillette. One Million Volunteers. The Story of Volunteer Youth Service. London: Pellican, 1968.

Youth abroad

Sven V. Knudsen. My Friends Abroad. The International Interchange of Boys. Boston: self-published, 1932.
International Fellowship Through School-Boy Contacts. Ecole du Montcel, 1928.
Adventure in Service. The story of Rotary---its origin, growth, and influence. Evanston: Rotary International, 1949.
Claude Fuess. Independent Schoolmaster. Boston: Little, Brown. 1952. Chapter 16.
William Peters. Passport to Friendship. The Story of The Experiment in International Living. Philadelphia: Lippincott. 1957.
Donald B. Watt. Intelligence is not Enough. The Story of My First Forty Years and of the Early Years of The Experiment in International Living. Putney, VT: The Experiment Press, 1967.
Donald Batchelder & Elizabeth G. Warner (eds), Beyond Experience. The Experiential Approach to Cross-Cultural Education. Brattleboro, VT: The Experiment in International Living, 1977.
John A. Wallace. The Experiment in International Living. Opening Doors Worldwide. Putney, VT: Whetstone, 1996.
David T. Dana III, A Generous Idea. Saint Paul's School and Seikei Gakuen. Chevy Chase, MD: Posterity Press, 2000.
Preparation for Tomorrow. A German Boy's Year in America. U.S. State Department Publication, 1951.

Peace Corps

Brent Ashabranner. A Moment in History. The First Ten Years of the Peace Corps. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1971.
Thomas J. Scanlon. Waiting for the Snow. The Peace Corps Papers of a Charter Volunteer. Chevy Chase, MD: Posterity Press, 1997.
Fritz Fischer. Making Them Like Us. Peace Corps Volunteers in the 1960s. Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1998.

Dillon Banerjee. So You Want to Join the Peace Corps. Berkeley: Ten Speed, 2000.

 

The experience called "AFS"

Stories

Marian Mitchell. "Our Tony" in Saturday Evening Post, July 7, 1956.
Katherine T. Kinkead. Walk Together, Talk Together. The American Field Service Student Exchange Program. New York: Norton, 1962.
Libby Machol. Gianna. Boston: Beacon, 1967.
M.E. Eiseman. Everyone has a Story to Tell: Forty Years of AFS. Milwaukee: M Press, 1987.
Audra Snyder Bailey. Hold Fast to Dreams. Indianapolis: Guild, 1996.

Reunions of Bus 23. AFS WP 1965-66. n.d..
Clarissa Lorenz. Junket to Japan. Boston: Little Brown, 1960.
Bronwyn Horton. Letters from Thailand. AFS Australia, 1995.
Megan McNeill Libby. Postcards from France. New York: Harper's, 1997.
Georg Broch, ed. The AFS Story. Journeys of a Lifetime. 1914, 1947, 1997. Oslo: AFS Norge. 1997.

Publications

AFS Newsletter. September, 1955. New York: AFS.
AFS Newsletter. August, 1956. New York: AFS.
Our World. Issue No. 71, Winter, 1966. New York: AFS.
Our World. Vol. 21, Issue No. 1, 1969. New York: AFS.
Our World. Vol. 22, Issue No. 2, 1970. New York: AFS.
The Overseaer 1956. Vol. 1, 1956. Santa Paula, CA.
The Overseaer 1958. Vol. 3, 1958. Milwaukee, WI.
Vikingen 66. Bulletin of AFS Sweden, 1966.
Texts of U.S Presidents' speeches to visiting AFS students.
American Field Service International Cookbook. Buffalo: Western NY Committee, AFS, 1960.

Movies (QuickTime)

"The AFS Story", AFS Intercultural Programs, 1989.
"Journeys, AFS Adventures in Latin America", AFS Intercultural Programs, 1991.
"The Bradley-AFS Russian Exchanges", McNeil/Lehrer Report, 1993.
"Building Citizenship for a Diverse World", Keynote film for AFS World Congress, AFS Intercultural Programs, 1993.

 

The new field: learning from experience

Adventures abroad

J. Daniel Hess. Studying Abroad/Learning Abroad. Yarmouth, ME: Intercultural Press, 1997.
Council on International Educational Exchange. Going Places. The High School Student's Guide to Study, Travel and Adventure Abroad. New York: St. Martin's, 1993.
Council on International Educational Exchange. Black Students and Overseas Programs: Broadening the Base of Participation. New York: CIEE, 1991.
Bettina Hansel. The Exchange Student Survival Guide. Yarmouth, ME: Intercultural Press, 1993.
John Hawks. The Complete Guide to the Homestay Experience Abroad. New York: Facts on File, 1994.
L. Robert Kohls. Survival Kit for Overseas Living For Americans Planning to Live and Work Abroad. Yarmouth, ME: Intercultural Press, 1996.

On the home front

Nancy King and Ken Huff. Host Family Survival Kit. A Guide for American Host Families. Yarmouth, ME: Intercultural Press, 1985.
Craig Storti. The Art of Coming Home. Yarmouth, ME: Intercultural Press, 1997.

Education

David G. Scanlon, ed. International Education. A Documentary History. New York: Columbia Teachers College, 1960.
R. Michael Paige, ed. Education for the Intercultural Experience. Yarmouth, ME: Intercultural Press, 1993.
Cornelius Grove. Orientation Handbook for Youth Exchange Programs. New York: Intercultural Press, 1989.
Donald Batchelder & Elizabeth G. Warner (eds), Beyond Experience. The Experiential Approach to Cross-Cultural Education. Brattleboro, VT: The Experiment in International Living, 1977.
John A. Wallace. The Experiment in International Norman L. Kauffmann, Judith N. Martin, and Henry D. Weaver, with Judy Weaver. Students Abroad: Strangers at Home. Education for a Global Society. Yarmouth, ME: Intercultural Press, 1992.
Craig Storti. Cross-Cultural Dialogues. 74 Brief Encounters with Cultural Difference. Yarmouth, ME: Intercultural Press, 1994.

Organization and logistics

Stephen H. Rhinesmith. Bring Home the World. A Management Guide for Community Leaders of International Programs. New York: AMACOM, 1975.
------. A Manager's Guide to Globalization. Six Keys to Success in a Changing World. Alexandria, VA: ASTD, 1993.

 

Field theory: the dynamics of intercultural experience

Dimensions of culture

Edward Sapir. Culture, Language and Personality. Selected Essays. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1964 (1949).
Edward T. Hall. The Silent Language. New York: Anchor, 1973 (Doubleday 1959).
------. The Hidden Dimension. New York: Anchor, 1966.
------. Beyond Culture. New York: Anchor ,1976.
------. The Dance of Life. New York: Anchor, 1984.
------. An Anthropology of Everyday Life. An Autobiography. New York: Doubleday, 1992.
Paul Bohannan. How Culture Works. New York: The Free Press, 1995.
Clyde Kluckhohn. Mirror for Man. New York: Premier, 1957, (McGraw Hill 1949).

Intercultural perspectives

Ingrid Eide (ed). Students as Links between Cultures Universitetsforlaget and Unesco, 1970
Edward C. Stewart. American Cultural Patterns: A Cross-Cultural Perspective. Pittsburgh: Regional Council for International Education, 1971 (Doubleday 1959).
Ronald Takaki, A Larger Memory: A History of Our Diversity, with Voices. Boston: Little Brown, 1998
Larry A. Samovar, Richard E. Porter & Lisa A. Stefani. Communication Between Cultures. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth, 1998.
Michael R. Laubscher. Encounters with Difference. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1994.
The Xenophobe Guides.Ravette and Oval Books, England, 1993...

Stuart Queen and Robert Habernstein. The Family in Various Cultures. New York: Lippincott, 1974 (1952)
Peggy Golde, ed. Women in the Field. Anthropological Experiences. Second edition, expanded and updated. Berkeley: University of California, 1970, 1986.
Margaret Mead. Letters from the Field, 1925-1975. New York: Harper and Row, 1977.
Jill M. Bystydzienski and Estelle Resnik, ed. Women in Cross-Cultural Transitions. Bloomington, IN: Phi Delta Cappa, 1994.
David E. Young & Jean-Guy Goulet. The Anthropology of Extraordinary Experience. Broadview Press, 1994.

Beyond Culture: Self and Other

Joseph Chilton Pearce. Magical Child. New York: Dutton, 1977.
Arnold van Gennep. The Rites of Passage. Chicago: University of Chicago, 1960 (1909).
Mircea Eliade. The Sacred and the Profane. New York: Harper, 1957.
------. Rites and Symbols of Initiation. New York: Harper, 1958.
Bernadette Roberts. The Experience of No-Self. Boston: Shamballa, 1984

Jeffrey Rifkin. The Empathic Civilisation, RSAnimate, 2010.