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Name Base Hospital No. 28

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Image of 1982.170.12 - Print, Photographic

1982.170.12 - Print, Photographic

Sepia-toned photograph of Harvey D. Henschel of Base Hospital 28, in uniform.

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 1983.155.1.1 - Print, Photographic

1983.155.1.1 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of a picture of Charles M. Singleton at a young age. Images from 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. From the service of Charles M. Singleton, Base Hospital 28.

Image of 1983.155.1.2 - Print, Photographic

1983.155.1.2 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of Charles M. Singleton in civilian clothing. Snow on ground. Images from 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. From the service of Charles M. Singleton, Base Hospital 28.

Image of 1983.155.1.3 - Print, Photographic

1983.155.1.3 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of Charles M. Singleton in uniform. Images from 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. From the service of Charles M. Singleton, Base Hospital 28.

Image of 1983.155.1.4 - Print, Photographic

1983.155.1.4 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of a young (possibly teenager) Charles M. Singleton. Images from 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. From the service of Charles M. Singleton, Base Hospital 28.

Image of 1983.155.1.5 - Print, Photographic

1983.155.1.5 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of a younger Charles M. Singleton. Images from 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. From the service of Charles M. Singleton, Base Hospital 28.

Image of 1983.155.1.15 - Print, Photographic

1983.155.1.15 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of a group of members of Base Hospital 28. Images from 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. From the service of Charles M. Singleton, Base Hospital 28.

Image of 1983.155.1.6 - Print, Photographic

1983.155.1.6 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of an unidentified soldier. He is wearing a campaign hat and overcoat. Caption written below image on album page: "Perkie". Images from 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. From the service of Charles M. Singleton, Base Hospital 28.

Image of 1983.155.1.7 - Print, Photographic

1983.155.1.7 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photographof two unidentified members of Base Hospital 28. Man on right is wearing a knitted vest. Images from 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. From the service of Charles M. Singleton, Base Hospital 28.

Image of 1983.155.1.8 - Print, Photographic

1983.155.1.8 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of an unidentified member of Base Hospital 28. Man is sitting in an open doorway with legs pulled up. Leather puttees visible. Images from 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. From the service of Charles M. Singleton, Base Hospital 28.

Image of 1983.155.1.9 - Print, Photographic

1983.155.1.9 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of an unidentified member of Base Hospital 28. Man is smoking a pipe. Images from 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. From the service of Charles M. Singleton, Base Hospital 28.

Image of 1983.155.1.10 - Print, Photographic

1983.155.1.10 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of an unidentified member of Base Hospital 28. Man is wearing a snare drum. Images from 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. From the service of Charles M. Singleton, Base Hospital 28.

Image of 1983.155.1.11 - Print, Photographic

1983.155.1.11 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of of Lieutenant Lindsey S. Milne inspecting troops. Charles M. Singleton in back and indicated by arrow and "Me" written on face of image. "Milne" written under man in front. Images from 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. From the service of Charles M. Singleton, Base Hospital 28.

Image of 1983.155.1.12 - Print, Photographic

1983.155.1.12 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of members of Base Hospital 28 inside barracks; perhaps at Fort McPherson. Men are sitting or lying on cots. Images from 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. From the service of Charles M. Singleton, Base Hospital 28.

Image of 1983.155.1.13 - Print, Photographic

1983.155.1.13 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of an unidentified member of Base Hospital 28. Caption written below image on album page: "Perkie". Man is wearing a knitted vest. Images from 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. From the service of Charles M. Singleton, Base Hospital 28.

Image of 1983.155.1.25 - Print, Photographic

1983.155.1.25 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of two unidentified members of Base Hospital 28. Images from 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. From the service of Charles M. Singleton, Base Hospital 28.

Image of 1983.155.1.14 - Print, Photographic

1983.155.1.14 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of an unidentified member of Base Hospital 28. Caption written below image on album page: "Charlie". Images from 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. From the service of Charles M. Singleton, Base Hospital 28.

Image of 1983.155.1.16 - Print, Photographic

1983.155.1.16 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of members of Base Hospital 28. Caption written below image on album page: "L to R / 1. Mace 2. Marris 3. Paucheut 4. Viner / 5. Collins 6. Furim 7. Teachuous 8. Hal Miller 9. Sittle". Images from 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. From the service of Charles M. Singleton, Base Hospital 28.

Image of 1983.155.1.17 - Print, Photographic

1983.155.1.17 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of soldiers of Base Hospital 28 standing next to pup tents waiting inspection. Images from 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. From the service of Charles M. Singleton, Base Hospital 28.