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Herald Square and New York Herald office, home of a great American newspaper, Broadway Sixth Ave. and 36th St. New York City

Herald Square and New York Herald office, home of a great American new...

H41141 U.S. Copyright Office. Copyrighted 1904 by William H. Rau. No. 5626. Title from item.

Wounded Americans in London Hospital. Nurse reads an American newspaper. Flowers, books and papers are distributed daily to the American London hospitals by the American Red Cross Care Committee

Wounded Americans in London Hospital. Nurse reads an American newspape...

Title, date and notes from Red Cross caption card. Photographer name or source of original from caption card or negative sleeve: A.R.C. Commission to England. Group title: Hospital U.S. in England. Data: Mr. Wh... more

The ingenious arrangement of ropes and slings required by his wound does not prevent this soldier's enjoyment of his American newspaper in the American Military Hospital No. 1, at Neuilly, which is supported by the American Red Cross

The ingenious arrangement of ropes and slings required by his wound do...

Getting the news, Military Hospital I, Neuilly. Title, date and notes from Red Cross caption card. Photographer name or source of original from caption card or negative sleeve: Hine. Group title: Military Hospi... more

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