Pasteur today and at the time of the American Field Service

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The lycée Pasteur was scheduled to open in October 1914 but, as WWI started, it was requisitioned by the French military and left to the American Field Service to set up a temporary war hospital in the unfinished building. This hospital was run by volunteers among whom, David Dunn, who served here 5 weeks, wrote a war journal and took some of the pictures presented here. The commentary is made by a senior high-school student, Claire. I would like to thank Mr Kameron Dunn who sent us his grandfather’s journal and pictures and, thus, made this project possible.

Nicole Schroeder, Claire’s teacher.