College News and Departmental Notes: Teachers College Ambulance: Part 1
by Departmental notes - 1917
In response to an appeal, sent out February 12, by a committee of the faculty of Teachers College, the staff responded with contributions to the sum of one thousand dollars, to be spent in the purchase of a motor ambulance for service in France. On April 21 it was shipped on the Rochambeau and designated as a part of the American Ambulance Field Service in France. The ambulance is to bear the name of its donor, Teachers College, but there is a possibility that it may later be included in the Columbia unit. It is hoped that eventually the entire cost of maintenance—$600.00 yearly—as well as the driver may be furnished by the College.
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