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Loading and unloading patients during World War I
Date Created and/or Issued
circa 1917-1919
Publication Information
Digital resource published by the Regents of the University of California
Contributing Institution
UC San Francisco, Library, University Archives
Base Hospital #30 Collection
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Scope/Content: Loading patients on "D" train and unloading patients from ambulance at Royat Depot; photographs courtesy of U.S. Signal Corps.; From a publication titled The Thirtieth in Two World Wars: The Story of the University of California Medical School Unit by Meyer Schindler, MD, copyright 1966 Alumni Faculty Association UCSF; Medical service in World War I; Base Hospital 30, United States Army.
Base Hospital 30 collection, AR 2017-16, carton 1, The Thirtieth

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