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First aid
United States. Army. Signal Corps (photographer) (Creator)
Flaherty, John Melvin (collector) (Contributor)
Contributing Institution
San José State University, Special Collections and Archives
Flaherty Collection - Japanese Internment Records
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Photograph shows two evacuees being attended by an evacuee doctor and nurse at a first aid station for superficial cuts and bruises at the Santa Anita, California Assembly Center.
First aid,Flaherty Collection: Japanese Internment Records, MSS-2006-02, San Jose State University, Special Collections & Archives.
Caption on album page: "Modern equipped first aid stations and hospital units were provided at the centers, staffed by Japanese doctors and nurses from among the evacuees. Photo shows a first-aid scene for superficial cuts and bruises at the Santa Anita (California) Assembly Center." SIGNAL CORPS PHOTO 9CA-42-2051-PSF
1942; 1943; 1944; 1945;
Scanned with Microtek Scanmaker 1000XL Pro; as a 600 dpi TIFF image in 8-bit Grayscale. Auto Level image processing applied and compressed into JPEG format using Photoshop CS3.
8 x 10 in.
filename: fla_album_046
oclc: 556267649
islandora: 62_185
First aid
Medical personnel
Relocation camps
Forced migration
Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945
Santa Anita Assembly Center (Calif.)
World War II, 1939-1945--Japanese Americans
Arcadia – California
Flaherty Collection: Japanese Internment Records

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