Memoirs and miscellanea, relating to Young Men's Christian Association work with the American Expeditionary Forces in France
at the end of World War I.
Originally from England, Josephine Naas came to the United States in 1912 to work as a secretary. After the armistice, she
was called to Paris, France to work for the Young Men's Christian Association around the year 1919. Having already once been
widowed, she remarried to an American soldier, Lief Naas, while in France. She later went lived and worked in Oakland, California.
1 manuscript box
(0.2 Linear Feet)
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