The Spanish Order of the Red Cross (Condecoraciones de la Cruz Roja Española) was instituted in Spain by Queen Isabel II/Isabella II on July 6, 1864. It was established in commemoration of the foundation of the Spanish Red Cross, in the same year. The Order is currently awarded, and is granted to members of the Spanish Red Cross in recognition of meritorious service within the realm of public health care and service.
Military Order of the World War medal (with silver palms, indicating a chapter commander) named to Major James W. Ferris. Certificate dated 1925. The Military Order of the World War was created in 1919 at the suggestion of General of the Armies John J. Pershing as a fraternity for American military officers.
The Order of the Red Star was given to Red Army and Navy personnel for exceptional service in the cause of the defense of the Soviet Union in both war and peace. Also awarded for 15 years of service prior to the creation of the long service awards.