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    • Report from Heidelberg

    • Military hospitals; Military medicine; Military officers; Military organizations; Military personnel; Medical aspects of war; Medical equipment & supplies; Military facilities; Military headquarters; Military intelligence; World War II; Scientific...
    • Unofficial history which describes the mission, people and activities of the Aeromedical Center in Heidelberg, Germany, during 1945 through 1947. Signed by author. Original photographs were attached to publication.
    • Charles S. Taylor Letter, December 29, 1861

    • Correspondence; Civil War; Military scouts; Medical aspects of war; Military life;
    • Milam Taylor to Charles S. Taylor. Writes that about half his company is sick. General Sibley's command is getting close, and Captain Rusk and Hardeman's companies have arrived. Colonel Baylor went out scouting the area. He also mentions that he...
    • Charles S. Taylor Letter, January 9, 1864

    • Correspondence; Interpersonal relations; War casualties; Medical aspects of war; Sick persons;
    • Eugenia Barret to Charles S. Taylor. She is writing in regards to the death of William Taylor. She recounts the letter she received from Captain Hancock detailing his sickness and last moments. He died December 9, 1893 in a house near Red River...
    • Bone Letter, February 10, 1863

    • Military life; Military camps; Correspondence; Family; Civil War; Eating & drinking; Medical personnel; Medical aspects of war
    • Camp near Pine Bluff. Dr. Bone to Minerva: he had a good meal (hog jaw, peas, butter and buttermilk) when he went out of camp to see a sick soldier, sold his mule, has $525 in his pocket and will send some money home.
    • Wilson with Afghan boy

    • Men; Children; Hospitals; Medical aspects of war; Wounds & injuries; War;
    • This is a photo of Congressman Charlie Wilson with an unidentified Afghan boy. The photo was taken at an International Red Cross Hospital that was located on the Afghan-Pakistani border. The boy was injured by an exploding toy.

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