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Name Davis, IV, Dr. George Washington

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Image of 1987.31.4 - Album, Photograph

1987.31.4 - Album, Photograph

10 page loose photo album. Images are catalogued individually (1987.31.4.1-.68) Personal family photos have not been catalogued. From the World War I and immediate post-World War I service of Dr. George W. Davis, IV. Davis was commissioned as a 1st Lt. on June 8, 1917, and called into service on September 5, 1917. He was attached to the Aux. Remount Depot 317 at Camp Pike, Arkansas and was likely attached to the 87th Division prior to its movement overseas. Promoted to Captain, US Army Medical Department on January 25, 1918. Denied service in France, accepted a commission with the American Red Cross in March 1919. As a member of the "Pioneer Section", American Red Cross, Siberian S

Image of 1987.31.5 - Scrapbook

1987.31.5 - Scrapbook

94 page scrapbook containing 125 images and misc. information related to the cholera epidemic in Harbin, China. Includes information on the treatment of cholera during the epidemic. Images are catalogued individually (1987.31.5.1-.125) From the World War I and immediate post-World War I service of Dr. George W. Davis, IV. Davis was commissioned as a 1st Lt. on June 8, 1917, and called into service on September 5, 1917. He was attached to the Aux. Remount Depot 317 at Camp Pike, Arkansas and was likely attached to the 87th Division prior to its movement overseas. Promoted to Captain, US Army Medical Department on January 25, 1918. Denied service in France, accepted a commission with t

Image of 1987.31.4.2 - Photograph

1987.31.4.2 - Photograph

Black and white photograph of Dr. Davis standing with 3 young children standing next to bread. 1 of 4 images on loose photo album page. From the World War I and immediate post-World War I service of Dr. George W. Davis, IV. Davis was commissioned as a 1st Lt. on June 8, 1917, and called into service on September 5, 1917. He was attached to the Aux. Remount Depot 317 at Camp Pike, Arkansas and was likely attached to the 87th Division prior to its movement overseas. Promoted to Captain, US Army Medical Department on January 25, 1918. Denied service in France, accepted a commission with the American Red Cross in March 1919. As a member of the "Pioneer Section", American Red Cross, Siberi

Image of 1987.31.4.10 - Photograph

1987.31.4.10 - Photograph

Black and white portrait photograph of Dr. Davis 1 of 9 images on loose photo album page. From the World War I and immediate post-World War I service of Dr. George W. Davis, IV. Davis was commissioned as a 1st Lt. on June 8, 1917, and called into service on September 5, 1917. He was attached to the Aux. Remount Depot 317 at Camp Pike, Arkansas and was likely attached to the 87th Division prior to its movement overseas. Promoted to Captain, US Army Medical Department on January 25, 1918. Denied service in France, accepted a commission with the American Red Cross in March 1919. As a member of the "Pioneer Section", American Red Cross, Siberian Service, Davis embarked in April 1919 via H

Image of 1987.31.4.4 - Photograph

1987.31.4.4 - Photograph

Black and white photograph of Dr. Davis standing with medical personnel. 1 of 4 images on loose photo album page. From the World War I and immediate post-World War I service of Dr. George W. Davis, IV. Davis was commissioned as a 1st Lt. on June 8, 1917, and called into service on September 5, 1917. He was attached to the Aux. Remount Depot 317 at Camp Pike, Arkansas and was likely attached to the 87th Division prior to its movement overseas. Promoted to Captain, US Army Medical Department on January 25, 1918. Denied service in France, accepted a commission with the American Red Cross in March 1919. As a member of the "Pioneer Section", American Red Cross, Siberian Service, Davis emba

Image of 1987.31.4.8 - Photograph

1987.31.4.8 - Photograph

Black and white photograph of Dr. Davis with Dr. Wu colleague. American and Red Cross flags hung behind the pair. On wall are Russian newspapers and pictures of Davis' children. 1 of 4 images on loose photo album page. From the World War I and immediate post-World War I service of Dr. George W. Davis, IV. Davis was commissioned as a 1st Lt. on June 8, 1917, and called into service on September 5, 1917. He was attached to the Aux. Remount Depot 317 at Camp Pike, Arkansas and was likely attached to the 87th Division prior to its movement overseas. Promoted to Captain, US Army Medical Department on January 25, 1918. Denied service in France, accepted a commission with the American Red

Image of 1987.31.4.11 - Photograph

1987.31.4.11 - Photograph

Black and white photograph of Chinese men working in a ditch with a set of human remains in the background. Dr. Davis looks on. 1 of 9 images on loose photo album page. From the World War I and immediate post-World War I service of Dr. George W. Davis, IV. Davis was commissioned as a 1st Lt. on June 8, 1917, and called into service on September 5, 1917. He was attached to the Aux. Remount Depot 317 at Camp Pike, Arkansas and was likely attached to the 87th Division prior to its movement overseas. Promoted to Captain, US Army Medical Department on January 25, 1918. Denied service in France, accepted a commission with the American Red Cross in March 1919. As a member of the "Pioneer Se

Image of 1987.31.4.12 - Photograph

1987.31.4.12 - Photograph

Black and white photograph of Dr. Davis and other American personnel standing with Dr. Wu. 1 of 9 images on loose photo album page. From the World War I and immediate post-World War I service of Dr. George W. Davis, IV. Davis was commissioned as a 1st Lt. on June 8, 1917, and called into service on September 5, 1917. He was attached to the Aux. Remount Depot 317 at Camp Pike, Arkansas and was likely attached to the 87th Division prior to its movement overseas. Promoted to Captain, US Army Medical Department on January 25, 1918. Denied service in France, accepted a commission with the American Red Cross in March 1919. As a member of the "Pioneer Section", American Red Cross, Siberian S

Image of 1987.31.4.15 - Photograph

1987.31.4.15 - Photograph

Black and white photograph of Chinese men with freshly dug graves. Dr. Davis indicated by arrow on image. 1 of 9 images on loose photo album page. From the World War I and immediate post-World War I service of Dr. George W. Davis, IV. Davis was commissioned as a 1st Lt. on June 8, 1917, and called into service on September 5, 1917. He was attached to the Aux. Remount Depot 317 at Camp Pike, Arkansas and was likely attached to the 87th Division prior to its movement overseas. Promoted to Captain, US Army Medical Department on January 25, 1918. Denied service in France, accepted a commission with the American Red Cross in March 1919. As a member of the "Pioneer Section", American Red C

Image of 1987.31.4.16 - Photograph

1987.31.4.16 - Photograph

Black and white photograph of Dr. Davis standing behind a casket. 1 of 9 images on loose photo album page. From the World War I and immediate post-World War I service of Dr. George W. Davis, IV. Davis was commissioned as a 1st Lt. on June 8, 1917, and called into service on September 5, 1917. He was attached to the Aux. Remount Depot 317 at Camp Pike, Arkansas and was likely attached to the 87th Division prior to its movement overseas. Promoted to Captain, US Army Medical Department on January 25, 1918. Denied service in France, accepted a commission with the American Red Cross in March 1919. As a member of the "Pioneer Section", American Red Cross, Siberian Service, Davis embarked in

Image of 1987.31.4.19 - Photograph

1987.31.4.19 - Photograph

Black and white photograph of Dr. Davis with a nurse. 1 of 4 images on loose photo album page. From the World War I and immediate post-World War I service of Dr. George W. Davis, IV. Davis was commissioned as a 1st Lt. on June 8, 1917, and called into service on September 5, 1917. He was attached to the Aux. Remount Depot 317 at Camp Pike, Arkansas and was likely attached to the 87th Division prior to its movement overseas. Promoted to Captain, US Army Medical Department on January 25, 1918. Denied service in France, accepted a commission with the American Red Cross in March 1919. As a member of the "Pioneer Section", American Red Cross, Siberian Service, Davis embarked in April 1919

Image of 1987.31.4.25 - Photograph

1987.31.4.25 - Photograph

Black and white photograph of Dr. Davis with 7 nurses. They are numbered with identifying information on the back. They all worked at the hospital in Vladivistok. 1 of 7 images on loose photo album page. From the World War I and immediate post-World War I service of Dr. George W. Davis, IV. Davis was commissioned as a 1st Lt. on June 8, 1917, and called into service on September 5, 1917. He was attached to the Aux. Remount Depot 317 at Camp Pike, Arkansas and was likely attached to the 87th Division prior to its movement overseas. Promoted to Captain, US Army Medical Department on January 25, 1918. Denied service in France, accepted a commission with the American Red Cross in March

Image of 1987.31.4.26 - Photograph

1987.31.4.26 - Photograph

Black and white photograph of Dr. Davis standing with two men. One man is in uniform. Caption written on front of image with arrow towards gentleman in back: The Last of the Romanoffs / [illegible] 1 of 7 images on loose photo album page. From the World War I and immediate post-World War I service of Dr. George W. Davis, IV. Davis was commissioned as a 1st Lt. on June 8, 1917, and called into service on September 5, 1917. He was attached to the Aux. Remount Depot 317 at Camp Pike, Arkansas and was likely attached to the 87th Division prior to its movement overseas. Promoted to Captain, US Army Medical Department on January 25, 1918. Denied service in France, accepted a commission wi

Image of 1987.31.4.27 - Photograph

1987.31.4.27 - Photograph

Black and white photograph of Dr. Davis and others standing with locals. Caption written on front of image: Local Color Detailed description written on back of image. 1 of 9 images on loose photo album page. From the World War I and immediate post-World War I service of Dr. George W. Davis, IV. Davis was commissioned as a 1st Lt. on June 8, 1917, and called into service on September 5, 1917. He was attached to the Aux. Remount Depot 317 at Camp Pike, Arkansas and was likely attached to the 87th Division prior to its movement overseas. Promoted to Captain, US Army Medical Department on January 25, 1918. Denied service in France, accepted a commission with the American Red Cross in

Image of 1987.31.4.32 - Photograph

1987.31.4.32 - Photograph

Black and white photograph of Dr. Davis with Dr. Wu Lien-teh and other staff members of the Cholera Hospital in China. 1 of 1 images on loose photo album page. From the World War I and immediate post-World War I service of Dr. George W. Davis, IV. Davis was commissioned as a 1st Lt. on June 8, 1917, and called into service on September 5, 1917. He was attached to the Aux. Remount Depot 317 at Camp Pike, Arkansas and was likely attached to the 87th Division prior to its movement overseas. Promoted to Captain, US Army Medical Department on January 25, 1918. Denied service in France, accepted a commission with the American Red Cross in March 1919. As a member of the "Pioneer Section", Am

Image of 1987.31.4.33 - Photograph

1987.31.4.33 - Photograph

Black and white photograph of Dr. Davis posing with a nurse. Inscription written on back of image: Isabelle Manavovitch / who presented me with sword. June 5, 1919 1 of 5 images on loose photo album page. From the World War I and immediate post-World War I service of Dr. George W. Davis, IV. Davis was commissioned as a 1st Lt. on June 8, 1917, and called into service on September 5, 1917. He was attached to the Aux. Remount Depot 317 at Camp Pike, Arkansas and was likely attached to the 87th Division prior to its movement overseas. Promoted to Captain, US Army Medical Department on January 25, 1918. Denied service in France, accepted a commission with the American Red Cross in Marc

Image of 1987.31.4.35 - Photograph

1987.31.4.35 - Photograph

Black and white photograph of Dr. Davis walking alongside men carrying a large structure. 1 of 5 images on loose photo album page. From the World War I and immediate post-World War I service of Dr. George W. Davis, IV. Davis was commissioned as a 1st Lt. on June 8, 1917, and called into service on September 5, 1917. He was attached to the Aux. Remount Depot 317 at Camp Pike, Arkansas and was likely attached to the 87th Division prior to its movement overseas. Promoted to Captain, US Army Medical Department on January 25, 1918. Denied service in France, accepted a commission with the American Red Cross in March 1919. As a member of the "Pioneer Section", American Red Cross, Siberian Se

Image of 1987.31.4.37 - Photograph

1987.31.4.37 - Photograph

Black and white photograph of Dr. Davis standing with a group of local citizens. 1 of 5 images on loose photo album page. From the World War I and immediate post-World War I service of Dr. George W. Davis, IV. Davis was commissioned as a 1st Lt. on June 8, 1917, and called into service on September 5, 1917. He was attached to the Aux. Remount Depot 317 at Camp Pike, Arkansas and was likely attached to the 87th Division prior to its movement overseas. Promoted to Captain, US Army Medical Department on January 25, 1918. Denied service in France, accepted a commission with the American Red Cross in March 1919. As a member of the "Pioneer Section", American Red Cross, Siberian Service, Da

Image of 1987.31.4.38 - Photograph

1987.31.4.38 - Photograph

Black and white photograph of Dr. Davis riding in the back of a cart pulled by a horse. 1 of 6 images on loose photo album page. From the World War I and immediate post-World War I service of Dr. George W. Davis, IV. Davis was commissioned as a 1st Lt. on June 8, 1917, and called into service on September 5, 1917. He was attached to the Aux. Remount Depot 317 at Camp Pike, Arkansas and was likely attached to the 87th Division prior to its movement overseas. Promoted to Captain, US Army Medical Department on January 25, 1918. Denied service in France, accepted a commission with the American Red Cross in March 1919. As a member of the "Pioneer Section", American Red Cross, Siberian Serv

Image of 1987.31.4.40 - Photograph

1987.31.4.40 - Photograph

Black and white photograph of Dr. Davis in a garden with Cholera victims. 1 of 6 images on loose photo album page. From the World War I and immediate post-World War I service of Dr. George W. Davis, IV. Davis was commissioned as a 1st Lt. on June 8, 1917, and called into service on September 5, 1917. He was attached to the Aux. Remount Depot 317 at Camp Pike, Arkansas and was likely attached to the 87th Division prior to its movement overseas. Promoted to Captain, US Army Medical Department on January 25, 1918. Denied service in France, accepted a commission with the American Red Cross in March 1919. As a member of the "Pioneer Section", American Red Cross, Siberian Service, Davis emb