Amputees on porch with nurses or Reconstruction Aids.
The Peg Leg Department of the Surgical Appliances Association in London, allied with the American Red Cross, where all splints and similar appliances for American soldiers on this side of the water are made. The workers are all women, who have become highly skilled in their unique war work. They supply both the American and […]
Leg prosthesis of junked airplane aluminum. Possibly World War 1 era.
A-Bomb Collection Catalog # HP 138-A1 S. Ushio – rayburn of back reproducing pattern of clothing. Dark portions of cloth produced more heat (dark linear pattern). [Clinical photo.] [Scene.] Hiroshima Patients
Red Cross building. Walter Reed Hospital.
GUNSHOT FRACTURE OF THE SHAFT OF THE RIGHT FEMUR, UNITED WITH GREAT SHORTENING AND DEFORMITY. FRIEDRICH, JOHN PVT F 127 Drs. LOWELL, A.L. & TOWARD & LAPHAM Battle of HONEY HILL, 30 NOV 1864
Houston, J.C. United gunshot fracture of the upper third of the left femur. Pvt, G, 25, Ohio Martin, H.B. Bull Run, 2nd 30 Aug 1862
Nathan Henderson Gunshot fracture of skull. Pvt, b, 1, mich, petersburg, va 25 mar 1865 n/P w m 1 1 0 bontecou, r.B. N/P n/P harewood hospital, wash. Dc. N/P bound in amm, vol. 7.
ANDERSON, JOHN GUNSHOT FRACTURE OF SCAPULA. PVT C 207th PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS Battle of FORT DAMNATION, VA 2 APR 1865 Dr RB BONTECOU, HAREWOOD HOSPITAL, WASH. DC. See also CP 61 BOUND IN AMM, VOL. 7. HISTORY ON VERSO. CIVIL WAR
Washington, D.C. Hanging hooded bodies of the four conspirators; crowd departing. Washington, D.C. Gen. John F. Hartranft and staff, responsible for securing the conspirators at the Arsenal. Washington, D.C. Coffins and open graves ready for the conspirators’ bodies at right of scaffold.