Henry Davis Sleeper
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How "a black, leather-bound album containing photographs, and a one-year diary by a 19-year old ambulance driver named Charles C. Leonard, Judy's grandfather" became a book over 100 years later.
The American Field Service (AFS) Fellowships for French Universities was a scholarship program established in December 1919. The Fellowship program funded students on the graduate level to travel to and from France for advanced study, and were awarded each year to qualified candidates selected from American and French colleges and universities.