.,."Those who wish to do research among the AFS Archives will find it useful and those interested in increasing their knowledge and understanding of the American Field Service will find it rewarding. Public historians who deal with the relationships of the private sector to the federal government should find AFS of special interest and the format of this publication is one that favilitates research."-The Public Historian
About the Author
L. D. GELLER is Head Archivist at the American Field Service in New York City. His previously published books include several volumes on the Pilgrims and Plymouth. Geller's current work in progress is "The Gentlemen of Plymouth Colony: A Social History of 17th Century Plymouth." He is also doing research for a book on U.S. military operations in World War I.