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American ward at the Fourth Scottish General Hospital in Glasgow. Most of the patients are influenza cases from incoming convoys. The Red Cross has a staff of American officers and women visitors who look after their welfare, and there is a large warehouse full of comforts and luxuries for the boys

American ward at the Fourth Scottish General Hospital in Glasgow. Most of the patients are influenza cases from incoming convoys. The Red Cross has a staff of American officers and women visitors who look after their welfare, and there is a large warehouse full of comforts and luxuries for the boys

 
 
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Title and note information from Red Cross caption card.
Group title: Hospital, England.
On caption card: B-430.
Data: N.W. Div. 11/18. Southern Div. 11/18.
Gift; American National Red Cross 1944 and 1952.
General information about the American National Red Cross photograph collection is available at http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.anrc
Temp note: Batch 21

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01/01/1918
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Location

glasgow
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No known restrictions on publication. For information, see "American National Red Cross photograph collection," http://www.loc.gov/rr/print/res/717_anrc.html

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