Boston: Hudson Printing Company, 1919. 1st Edition. INSCRIBED PRESENTATION copy. 71, [5 (blank)] pp. Chapters: Jouy, Chateau-Thierry, Toul & Fleury. Frontispiece. 5 internal b/w plates. Laid-in, an albumen photograph of the author, with her signature on the verso. 12mo. 7-7/8" x 5-1/8". Grey cloth spine pver mottled grey paper wrapped boards. Front board photographic onlay: "The Hospital at Jouy-sur-Morin with tent wrecked by a bomb in the foreground." General shelfwear, with tips worn. Overall, Very Good. Item #47813
"On the third of June, 1918, a small group consisting of eight nurses and three nurses' aids were hurriedly called together and told they were to go the next day 'to the front'. ... It was serious business." So begins this fascinating WWI account by Carolyn Clarke, an AEF nurse's aid who survived the thick of things in France, returning to the US in January 1919.
Represented by 12 holdings on OCLC, the volume is scarce in commerce.