The Archives of the American Field Service and AFS Intercultural Programs (AFS Archives) is grateful to its donors for their generous contributions during the AFS Centennial in 2014-15. As a non-profit repository, the AFS Archives depends upon the generous support of its friends in order to continue documenting the history of AFS and offering the highest standards available to the AFS Network and researching public, including academics, curators, filmmakers, and students from around the world. This support allows the AFS Archives to make the collections increasingly accessible online and through the research room in New York City.
If you would like to contribute papers, records, photographs, memorabilia, or other archival material to the AFS Archives, please contact Head Archivist and Historical Publications Editor Nicole Milano at +1-646-439-0700, or via e-mail at email@example.com.
If you are interested in contributing financially to enable the AFS Archives to continue preserving and making the historical collections increasingly accessible, you may do so through http://www.afs.org/donate by selecting “AFS Archives” as the recipient from the dropdown menu. You can also mail your donation to: Paul Gamner, AFS Intercultural Programs, 71 West 23rd Street, 6th Floor, New York, NY 10011, USA. If you would like to discuss a possible financial donation to the AFS Archives, please contact Paul Gamner at +1-212-807-8686.
Photograph caption: Poster for the World War I promotional film Our American Boys in the European War. Donated by Isaac Patch.
Posted December 1, 2015, by Nicole Milano