February 21, 1917 the Harvard Surgical Unit set sail on the Andania from Boston, Massachusetts to support the war in France. My Grandfather, Ernest Grandville Crabtree was one of those doctors. I have been able to compile a number of items from that voyage, including an OBE with supporting documentation from King George, his brass buttons from his uniform, his US passport signed by the US Secretary of State, Robert Lansing and a recognition from the Secretary of State for War, War Office Whitehall, noting that Field Marshall Sir Douglas Haig recognized Dr. Crabtree for his "gallant and distinguished services in the field, as commanded from the King." In addition Dr. Crabtree was recognized by Admiral Byrd and a mountain peak was named for him on one of the Admiral's Journeys. Does any of this have any worth? Any suggestions on what I might do with this?