Anne Lewis Jones Collection (MS010)
Collection — Assorted Box: 1
This collection includes travel records, embarkation orders, pay voucher, letters written to her mother and Aunt Cora, and her own remembrances of her time spent in France.
- July 1918 - June 1919
- Jones, Anne Lewis, 1882-1967 (Person)
.02375 Cubic Feet (5 folders.)
Biographical / Historical
Anne Lewis Jones (1882-1967) was the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Marshall Jones of Alexandria, Virginia. A descendant of John Marshall, Chief Justice of the United States, Miss Jones lived her entire life in Alexandria. She served as a civilian employee in the United States Medical Department during World War I. As a stenographer for the Office of the Chief Surgeon AEF, she spent a year working in France during the war. She operated the Blue Door antique store at 708 Wolfe Street for a number of years. She died in Alexandria December 14, 1967 and is buried in St. Mary’s Cemetery.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Thomas C. Jones donated Dec. 2003
- Anne Lewis Jones Collection Finding Aid
- Description rules
- Language of description