Anne Morgan's War: Rebuilding Devastated France, 1917–1924
|Filming the Reconstruction Effort
View World War I era silent films that depict American women volunteers at work in the devastated regions of northeastern France.
|Faces of War
View a selection of photographic portraits, commissioned by Anne Morgan and her relief organization, of the people of the war-torn regions of France.
|The Voice of Anne Morgan
Listen to a 1939 radio broadcast in which Anne Morgan calls for humanitarian action at the dawn of the Second World War.
|Letters from the Field
Read Anne Morgan's letters home describing the exhilaration and challenge of establishing a World War I civilian relief program in France.
|A Volunteer's Story
Follow Philadelphia volunteer Marian Bartol as she reports, day by day, on her experience sailing to Paris and joining forces with the American Committee for Devastated France in 1920.
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