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American Field Service Intercultural Programs, Inc
AFS was founded by American-born A. Piatt Andrew (1873-1936). In 1915, Andrew secured from the French Army an authorization for American volunteer ambulance units to serve with the French divisions at the front to rescue soldiers who were wounded in battle. AFS was the first organization to be granted this privilege. Andrew built up an organization that sent more than 2,500 volunteers to aid France prior to U.S. entry into the war. Under his leadership, AFS took part in every great battle in whi...
Archivists Roundtable of Metropolitan New York
This site is most valuable for its information and links to the hundreds of archival resources available in NYC. Also includes photo exhibits, archival job postings, and upcoming events.
Centro Archives of Hunter College
The Centro Archives were established to "identify, collect, preserve and make available primary sources that document the Puerto Rican community in NYC." Holdings include personal papers, photos, organizational records and oral histories, among other things. Bulk of documents are Puerto Rican-oriented but some records on Cubans, Dominicans, Mexicans too. 3,744 linear feet. Records are from 1898 to 1992.