This microsite contains information about the history of AFS and details regarding the collections, policies, and activities of the Archives of the American Field Service and AFS Intercultural Programs (AFS Archives.) All topics can be found using the menu to the left. For quick access, you can navigate directly to the finding aids describing the archival collections, digitized historical items, and the curated Item of the Month to the right, and to the up-to-date news articles below.
**Please note that the AFS Archives moved to a new location in December 2013. The new address is: 20 West 22nd Street, Suite 1410, New York, NY 10010, USA.**
News from the Archives
In honor of the AFS Centennial and the significant contributions made by AFS during World War I, we highlight volunteer David Hugh Annan in this issue...
This month I begin a five-month internship at the Archives of the American Field Service and AFS Intercultural Programs (AFS Archives.) I have a technical background in film...
Friends of France provided Americans on the home front during World War I with the opportunity to understand what life was like for an AAFS ambulance driver in France during the wa