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Name Base Hospital No. 28

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Image of 1983.155.1 - Scrapbook

1983.155.1 - Scrapbook

Scrapbook compiled by Eunise A. Singleton, widow of Dr. John M. Singleton and mother of Charles M. Singleton. Covers Charles M. Singleton's service with Base Hospital 28 (organized in Kansas City) from January 1918 formation to return from Europe and subsequent demobilization in May 1919. Scrapbook contatins newspaper clipping related to Base Hospital 28 formation and service, poems, song books, and photographs (1983.155.1.1-106).

Image of 1986.95.1 - Record, Medical

1986.95.1 - Record, Medical

Record Book. Book with paper cover, "History Registrar's Office, Base Hospital No. 28, U.S.A. Thomas B. Hibbard, Registrar. Records have holes punched in top and are secured by brads along top margin. Includes information concerning the establishment of various areas in the hospital such as Receiving Ward, Information, Post Office, Roster, illness reports and disease reports. Many of the materials included are carbon copies. Book measures: L 33.5 cm x W 22.2 cm

Image of 1986.179.1 - Scrapbook

1986.179.1 - Scrapbook

Scrapbook from the service of Captain Joseph W. Kimberlin, Medical Ophthalmolgist, Base Hospital #28 in Limoges, France. Page 1: Photos. See entries 1986.179.1.1-.4 for individual photo catalog information. Page 2: Photos. See entries 1986.179.1.5-.11 for individual photo catalog information. Page 3: Photos. See entries 1986.179.1.12-.18 for individual photo catalog information. Page 4: Photos. See entries 1986.179.1.19-.26 for individual photo catalog information. Page 5: Photos. See entries 1986.179.1.27-.35 for individual photo catalog information. Page 6: Photos. See entries 1986.179.1.36-.42 for individual photo catalog information. Page 7: Photos and Chri

Image of 2008.65.1 - Album, Photograph

2008.65.1 - Album, Photograph

Photo album 2008.65.1 that contains 526 images related to the medical operations at Base Hospital #28. Images include wounds and injuries, autopsies, surgery, laboratory, and hospital support. Album belonged to Lindsay Steven Milne. Images are individually scanned and catalogued. They are numbered 2008.65.1.1-.526. From the service of Lindsay Steven Milne, MD, Base Hospital #28.

Image of 1979.22.69 - Print, Photographic

1979.22.69 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of a parked train.

Image of 1979.22.119 - Print, Photographic

1979.22.119 - Print, Photographic

Black and white panoramic photograph of Base Hospital Number 28.

Image of 1979.22.35 - Print, Photographic

1979.22.35 - Print, Photographic

Color photograph of oil painting of Dr. Arthur Nicholas Altringer in World War I uniform.

Image of 1979.22.36 - Print, Photographic

1979.22.36 - Print, Photographic

Sepia toned photograph of Dr. Arthur N. Altringer.

Image of 1979.22.37A - Print, Photographic

1979.22.37A - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of a group of soldiers associated with Base Hospital Number 28 while in training at Fort McPherson, Atlanta, Georgia.

Image of 1979.22.37B - Print, Photographic

1979.22.37B - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of a group of soldiers associated with Base Hospital Number 28 while in training at Fort McPherson, Atlanta, Georgia.

Image of 1979.22.39 - Print, Photographic

1979.22.39 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of a soldier standing in front of the barracks at Fort McPherson, Atlanta, Georgia. Training for members of Base Hospital Number 28.

Image of 1979.22.40 - Print, Photographic

1979.22.40 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of the barracks at Fort McPherson, Atlanta, Georgia. Training for members of Base Hospital Number 28.

Image of 1979.22.41 - Print, Photographic

1979.22.41 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of the barracks at Fort McPherson, Atlanta, Georgia. Training for members of Base Hospital Number 28.

Image of 1979.22.42 - Print, Photographic

1979.22.42 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of soldiers lined up in front of the barracks at Fort McPherson, Atlanta, Georgia. Training for members of Base Hospital Number 28.

Image of 1979.22.43 - Print, Photographic

1979.22.43 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of a soldier wearing a pack view from front. Taken at Fort McPherson, Atlanta, Georgia. Training for members of Base Hospital Number 28.

Image of 1979.22.44 - Print, Photographic

1979.22.44 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of a soldier wearing a pack view from frontrear. Taken at Fort McPherson, Atlanta, Georgia. Training for members of Base Hospital Number 28.

Image of 1979.22.45 - Print, Photographic

1979.22.45 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of the garbage containers at Fort McPherson, Atlanta, Georgia. 3 containers each labeled above container for either general rubbish, papers, cans. 4 African American soldiers sitting on ground in background. Perhaps a form of recycling for materials. Training for members of Base Hospital Number 28.

Image of 1979.22.46 - Print, Photographic

1979.22.46 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of a soldier holding up the lid to a row of containers that are housing round receptacles. Signs in background read: "Fruit Peels" "Coffee Grounds Ashes". Perhaps a form of recycling. Training for members of Base Hospital Number 28.

Image of 1979.22.47 - Print, Photographic

1979.22.47 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of soldiers lifting a man onto a stretcher at Fort McPherson, Atlanta, Georgia. Training for members of Base Hospital Number 28.

Image of 1979.22.48 - Print, Photographic

1979.22.48 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of soldiers marching at Fort McPherson, Atlanta, Georgia. Training for members of Base Hospital Number 28.