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Enamel pin presented by the Harvard Corporation to Marguerite Condon, commemorating her nursing service at No. 22 General Hospital with the Harvard Surgical Unit.

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Newsclipping from the Boston Herald, September 29, 1918.

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Photograph of the final inspection of the Harvard Unit at Fort Totten, N.Y.

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Concerning Base Hospital No. 5 was, according to its editors, originally conceived "on the same idea of a college year book, to contain personal write-ups of every member of the unit…. Steps were immediately taken to get together pen sketches of…

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Harvey Cushing published this historical account of Base Hospital No. 5 soon after the war's end, as it was "one of the Units of the American Expeditionary Force to be sent overseas; it was the first to suffer casualties at the hands of the enemy;…

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Private Oscar C. Tugo enlisted on May 7, 1917; he was killed as a night orderly during the air raid on Base Hospital No. 5 on September 4, along with Lieutenant William Fitzsimons, Privates Rudolph Rubino, Jr., and Leslie G. Woods. On October 18,…

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A monthly newsletter from the personnel of Base Hospital No. 5--the first publication from the American Expeditionary Forces--began to appear in November 1917. The issue displayed commemorates a year's anniversary since the departure for France and…

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Photograph of Oscar C. Tugo in uniform.
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