Diagram of the Tent of Paul Dudley White, 1916.

Subject

Harvard Surgical Unit.
Great Britain. Army. No. 22 General Hospital (Camiers, France)
World War, 1914-1918.
Medicine, military.

Description

A sketch of the tent of Paul Dudley White at No. 22 General Hospital, Camiers, 1916, from his diary.

Cardiologist Paul Dudley White went overseas to France in August 1916 as a member of the supplement to the Third Surgical Unit, working for several months with the B.E.F. at General Hospital No. 22. He then returned the following year as part of the Massachusetts General Hospital unit at the A.E.F.'s Base Hospital No. 6.

White's war diaries provide a detailed and vivid account of his medical and surgical work and hospital experiences in Camiers.

Creator

White, Paul Dudley, 1886-1973.

Source

White, Paul Dudley, 1886-1973. Papers, 1870s-1987.

Date Created

1916-09-16.

Access Rights

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Format

image

Extent

1 hand-drawn sketch.

Language

English.

Type

still image

Identifier

H MS c73, box 74.

Provenance

Bequest of Dr. White to the Library of Harvard Medical School, 1973.

Files

Citation

White, Paul Dudley, 1886-1973., “Diagram of the Tent of Paul Dudley White, 1916.,” Center for the History of Medicine: OnView, accessed January 20, 2018, http://collections.countway.harvard.edu/onview/items/show/17944.

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