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Dr. Willard Parker

Dr. Jno. W. Francis

Dr. Gray

Dr. Willard Parker

Dr. Jno. W. Francis

Dr. Lewis A. Sayer

Dr. Thomas

Dr. L. Quick

Dr. Willard Parker

Dr. Henry Boyington Smith

Dr. Vanderpool

Dr. R.S. Foster

Dr. Hodge

Rev. Henry Anthon

Dr. J. Foster

Dr. Willard Parker

Dr. Willard Parker

Dr. Lewis A. Sayer

Rev. Henry Anthon

Dr. Jno. W. Francis

Dr. Henry Boyington Smith

Dr. Henry Boyington Smith

Dr. Vanderpool

Dr. Valentine Mott

Dr. Hodge

Dr. Jno. W. Francis

Dr. Gray

Dr. J. Foster

Dr. Willard Parker

Executive Committee of the U.S. Sanitary Commission. Left to right: Dr. William Holme Van Buren, George T. Strong, Rev. Henry Whitney Bellows, Dr. Cornelius R. Agnew and Prof. Wolcott Gibbs

Dr. Hodge

Dr. J. Foster

Dr. R.S. Foster

Dr. Lewis A. Sayer

Executive Committee of the U.S. Sanitary Commission. Left to right: Dr. William Holme Van Buren, George Templeton Strong, Rev. Dr. Henry Whitney Bellows (Commission President), Dr. Cornelius R. Agnew and Prof. Wolcott Gibbs

Dr. Valentine Mott

Dr. Gray

Dr. L. Quick

Dr. Willard Parker

Dr. Thomas

Dr. Willard Parker

Dr. Willard Parker

Dr. Thomas

Dr. R.S. Foster

Dr. Hodge

Dr. Gray

Dr. Henry Boyington Smith

Rev. Henry Anthon

Dr. Gray

Dr. J. Foster

Dr. Hodge

Dr. Gray

Dr. Vanderpool

Dr. Willard Parker

Dr. Lewis A. Sayer

Dr. Thomas

Dr. Hodge

Dr. Henry Boyington Smith

Dr. Vanderpool

Dr. Jno. W. Francis

Dr. Thomas

Rev. Holdrich

Dr. Thomas

Dr. Henry Boyington Smith

Dr. Jno. W. Francis

Dr. R.S. Foster

Dr. J. Foster

Dr. R.S. Foster

Dr. Vanderpool

Newman, Rev. John P., (1826-1899) Methodist Episcopal Bishop of Omaha and San Francisco

Rev. Dr. J.P. Newman

Isaac Israel Hayes

Bergriam, Dr

Rev. Dr. J.P. Newman

Mr. Mahoppy

Rev. Dr. J.P. Newman

Rev. Dr. J.P. Newman

Bergriam, Dr.

Dr. Charles A. Leale (in U.S. Army uniform) attended Lincoln at death.

Rev. Dr. J.P. Newman

[Quarters of Dr. David McKay (Army of the James), interior view withi men playing cards]

Quarters of Dr. David McKay (Army of the James), interior view with men playing cards

Roman Catholic Cathederal, Charleston, S.C.

Headquarters Fifth Army Corps, Harrison's Landing, James River, Va.

Aquia Creek Landing, Virginia. Group of officers: Col. Rogers, Lt. Col. Sawtelle, Dr. Whyte, Capt. McGraw and Capt. J.W. Forsyth, Provost Marshal, Major A. Parker Porter

Aquia Creek Landing, Virginia. Group of officers: Col. [Rogers], Lt. Col. Sawtelle, Dr. Whyte, Capt. McGraw and Capt. J.W. Forsyth, Provost Marshal, Major A. Parker Porter

Fredericksburg, Virginia. Dr. Lawrence's house on Carolina Street, showing the effect of the shelling on the 13th of December 1862

Fredericksburg, Virginia. Dr. Lawrence's house on Carolina Street, showing the effect of the shelling on the 13th of December 1862

Ray, Dr. Isaac (Brain Specialist)

Grayson, Dr.

Godding, Dr. St Elizabeth Hospital?

Grayson, Dr

Toner, Dr.

Busey, Dr. Hon.

Nichols, Dr. (Charles Henry) Famous brain specialist. Acting assist. Surgeon during Civil War. Conducted a general hospital for U.S. Vols. Supt. Hospital for the Insane, Wash D.C.

Toner, Dr

Busey, Dr. Hon

Miller, Dr. University of Virginia

Godding, Dr. St. Elizabeth Hospital?

Stewart, Dr

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