Silversteen Collection – Box 55B – Folder 6

SF-0007 Mrs. Silversteen closeup

SILVERSTEEN, ELIZABETH MOUNT –
RED CROSS / CIVILIAN RELIEF COMMITTEE CORRESPONDENCE, EXPENSES & REPORTS
(31 items)

  1. Red Cross / Civilian Relief Expenses for October – December 1918; includes invoices from F.P. Sledge (2); Bon Marche (1); O.L. Erwin (2); C.C. Yongue (4) and City Market (1)
  2. War Dept. to American Red Cross, Brevard NC, Nov. 14, 1918 (1)
  3. To director Civilian Relief from chairman Civilian Relief; request for 296 forms, Nov. 06, 1918 (1)
  4. Helen Cinnamond to Mrs. Silversteen; student to enroll in Red Cross Institute; organization of motor corps, October 11, 1918 (1)
  5. Silversteen to Logan; request for booklets, Oct. 02, 1918 (1)
  6. Silversteen to Logan; no one to attend institute, Oct. 02, 1918 (1)
  7. Report of Home Service Section, Oct. 01, 1918 (1)
  8. Silversteen to Logan; request of handbook for home service workers, Sep. 19, 1918 (1)
  9. Logan to Silversteen; request for someone to attend Red Cross Home Service Institute Includes flyer and application, Sep. 17, 1918 (3)
  10. Fulton to Doyle; Fulton promises to visit Brevard Chapter, Aug. 07, 1918 (1)
  11. Fulton to Doyle; Explanation of failure to appear at arranged meeting, Aug. 05, 1918 (1)
  12. Edens to Silversteen; reply concerning “Information Service” forms, July 29, 1918 (1)
  13. Silversteen to Logan; Request for Allotment Blanks, Allowance Blanks and Insurance Applications, July 18, 1918 (1)
  14. Brevard Banking Company (signature indecipherable) to Silversteen; blanks for Widow’s Pensions; includes form and envelope for mailing to Edgar Gaddis July 03, 1918 (3)
  15. Zachary to Silversteen; Acknowledgement of receipt of Red Cross pledge, June 06, 1918 (1)
  16. Logan to Silversteen; instructions to discontinue assisting drafted men to fill out Insurance and allotment forms, Mar. 15, 1918 (2)
  17. Report of Home Service Section, Feb. 28, 1918 (1)
  18. Silversteen to Logan; Silversteen leaving per doctor’s orders; leaving work with Mrs. C.M. Doyle, Feb. 14, 1918 (1)
  19. Report of Home Service Section, Jan. 31, 1918 (2)
  20. Logan to Officers of Home Service Committees; Info on “Red Cross Briefs” (no briefs included), Dec. 12, 1917 (1)
  21. Logan to Chairmen or Secretaries of Civilian Relief Committees; explanation of Bulletins on allotments separation allowances, death compensation and War Risk insurance; Dec. 06, 1917 (1)
  22. Red Cross Membership List, Sep. 06, 1917 (2)
  23. Two newspaper articles:  Home Service Work of Local Red Cross and Junior Red Cross Begins Work, both July 12, 1918 (1)
  24. Undated memo from Joseph C. Logan  to all Home Service Sections in the Southern Division;  instructions for care of military men and their families in the interval between the cessation of military operations and discharge. (1)
  25. Undated memo from Joseph C. Logan to all Civilian Relief Committees; Request for Home Services Reports (1)
  26. Undated memo from Joseph C. Logan; Instructions for enlisted men, wife and children on how to apply for family assistance; Includes Application for Family Allowance (2)
  27. Undated flyer for Red Cross Training Courses For War Service at Home (1)
  28. American Red Cross window emblem (1)
  29. American Red Cross Membership Card (1)
  30. Undated Report of Civilian Relief Committee of Transylvania; states “for the past fourteen months”; describes work done, office location, committee members (Mrs. William Allison, Mrs. Henry, Mrs. Bailey, Mrs. Pressley, Mrs. Shipman, Mrs. William Ray and Mrs. Lee F. Norton), account of money spent (4)
  31. U.S. Food Administration, The Official Bulletin, Raleigh NC, 4 issues: October – December 1918; Bulletin issued for convenience and information of County Food Administrators and members of their organizations. (4)