Photographs of Camp Hospital No. 41.

Dublin Core

Title

Photographs of Camp Hospital No. 41.

Subject

World War, 1914-1918--Hospitals.
United States. Army. Camp Hospital, 41st (Is-sur-Tille, France)

Description

After initial attachment to General Hospital No. 4 in the British Expeditionary Force, Frank W. Snow was then assigned to Camp Hospital No. 12 in the A.E.F. in April 1918 and appointed officer in command there. He was transferred to Camp Hospital No. 41 early in 1919, returning to the United States in July. Snow was awarded the Médaille d'honneur des affaires étrangères and cited for his "exceptionally meritorious and conspicuous services at Camp Hospital No. 12" by General Pershing.
Snow's original album contains interior and exterior photographs of the two A.E.F. camp hospitals--No. 12 in Le Valdahon and 41 in Is-sur-Tille.

The photographs show Ward A for respiratory diseases; the laboratory; the office from the front; and the receiving office.

Creator

Photographer unknown.

Source

Frank Whipple Snow (1878-1951). Photograph Album of Camp Hospitals Nos. 12 and 41, 1918-1919.

Date Created

1919

Format

image

Extent

3 photographic prints.

Type

still image

Identifier

Acc. 40482.

Provenance

Purchased for the Boston Medical Library through the Historical Fund, 1951.

Files

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Citation

Photographer unknown., “Photographs of Camp Hospital No. 41.,” OnView, accessed April 17, 2024, https://collections.countway.harvard.edu/onview/items/show/17929.