• Created Date
  • 1898
  • Publisher
  • Springfield College
  • Description
  • This photograph depicts some of the YMCA War Workers who provided assistance during the Spanish American War of 1898. Those pictured in this image include: [top row, L to R] Arthur Shoemaker (1899), George H. Hunter (1900), Solone Di Campello (1900), [2nd row] John F. Simons (1900), John Sherrill (1899), Mahlon G. Baily (Bailey) (1900), Thomas M. Brainard (1900), Fred Young (1900), [3rd row] Thomas J. Browne (1898), Charles A. Boardman (1899),... more
    This photograph depicts some of the YMCA War Workers who provided assistance during the Spanish American War of 1898. Those pictured in this image include: [top row, L to R] Arthur Shoemaker (1899), George H. Hunter (1900), Solone Di Campello (1900), [2nd row] John F. Simons (1900), John Sherrill (1899), Mahlon G. Baily (Bailey) (1900), Thomas M. Brainard (1900), Fred Young (1900), [3rd row] Thomas J. Browne (1898), Charles A. Boardman (1899), Merrell W. Crawford (1900), William F. Mertens (1900), [bottom row] Sherwood B. Doolittle (1899), and Frederick J. Hutchins (1900). Presidents of the College, Henry S. Lee (1891 - 1893) [bow tie] and Lawrence L. Doggett (1896 -1936) are in the top row center of this picture. Those pictured in this photograph were either alumni of the YMCA Training School at Springfield, Mass. or would enroll in the college after this war. A lantern slide of a similar picture of the YMCA Army Workers of 1898 without Presidents Lee and Doggett is also available (LS-02-66): http://cdm16122.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/ref/collection/p15370coll2/id/3632. A handwritten caption on the backside right corner reads "War Work 1898"; Information regarding these men and all those who made up the YMCA's Spanish American War Army Workers of 1898 was retrieved from the Young Men's Christian Association Yearbook of 1899, page XI. less
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