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Headquarters Army [of the] Potomac, Brandy Station.

Store house, F Street.

Jerome Walker

Henry L. Boltwood : New Orleans

Home of the rebel sharpshooter : Gettysburg.

William Richards.

Ambulance train

Dr. Alexander McDonald

Orange Judd, Esq. [three-quarter length, seated]

Perforating chest wounds. Fracture of sternum and ribs : James Brownlee, Company G. 134th N.Y. : Recovery after 3 years. Present address is at Schoharie N.Y.; or care of Mr. – Janitor of the (...) School, E. 14th St near 1st Ave., N.Y. City.

Jerome Walker

Soldiers Home. Cairo, Ill.

umerus removed from right arm of John F. Claghorn, 214 Gold St. Brooklyn, L.I. Operation performed by Dr. James B. [Cutter or Cutler], 384 Broad St. Newark N.J.

H. Alex. Bischoff, Hospital Directory. U.S. San. Com., Louisville, Ky.

Jefferson Barracks [Two long wooden single-story buildings, large trees on lawn in foreground.]

Cap[tain] Isaac Harris

Union Volunteer Refreshment Saloon, foot of Washington Street, Philadelphia. (...)

John F. Claghorn, 214 Gold St., Brooklyn L.I.

umerus removed from right arm of John F. Claghorn, 214 Gold St. Brooklyn. Operation performed by Dr. James B. [Cutter or Cutler], 384 Broad St. Newark N.J.

R. M. Lewis : Philadelphia

Soldiers] Home, New York Avenue [Washington, D.C.] [Man stands at left opposite porch, church steeple visible in rear].

Jefferson Barracks. St. Louis, Mo. Two long brick buildings, one with shutters at windows, garden and fence in foreground.

U.S. Sanitary Commission. Soldiers’ Home [Cleveland, Ohio].

Seated man, fully clothed, right profile

Frank B. Fay : Chelsea, Mass. : Supt. A.X.C. San. Com. 1864

Dr. Benj. Woodward

[Shirtless man stands sideways displaying right forearm, brace lies on tabletop.]

View at Savage Station.

Man with injured right leg stands clothed in shirt, vest and pants, with arms crossed

A.N. Read

Second Corps Hospital : Brandy Station.

Plan of "Hospital Cars" between New York and Washington

Alfred J. Bloor

Old Capitol Prison, Washington, D.C.

[Illustration of suture near eyelid.]

Seated man, fully clothed, right profile

Pontoon bridge over Rappahannock, at Fredericksburg, May 20, ‘64.

Charles S. Clampitt, Philadelphia. Engaged as quarter master on steamer "S.R. Spaulding" July/[18]62. Storekeeper in Potomac Army from battle Fredericksburg to capture of Richmond.

R. M. Lewis : Philadelphia

Wm. Harris

Group of unidentified USSC personnel; three seated in front, five standing in rear.

R.M. Larned

Interior of Gracie’s Salient.

Rob[er]t Finn. Judge of the Superior court of the City of New York. Dec[embe]r 1857.

Wm. Richards

James Brownlee : Wounds in chest & abdomen.

William F. Dubosq : Philadelphia : Asst. Storekeeper in Potomac Army from Oct 15 [18]63 to Nov 1st, [18]65

Plate 4. Dr. Gouley’s case of osteo-myelitis after compound fracture of femur from R.R. injury. Lower moiety. Case 11. Michael Stack.

umerus removed from right arm of John F. Claghorn, 214 Gold St. Brooklyn, L.I. Operation performed by Dr. James B. [Cutter or Cutler], 384 Broad St. Newark N.J.

Lifting a wounded or sick soldier.

Camp at Gettysburg [Elevated view of troops and officers in formation in front of several rows of tents].

Shirtless man, standing, displays wounded right shoulder, grasps top of chair with right hand, brace lies on chair.

The barn and orchard attached to Gen. Meade’s Headquarters. During the terrific artillery firing of Friday both house and barn were perforated by shot and shell, and from fifteen to twenty staff horses were killed immediately around them.

General Hospital, near Gettysburg, Pa. This hospital was established by the Government soon after the battle, and furnished accommodation for about three thousand wounded soldiers.

View at Savage Station.

Entrance to office of Sanitary Commission. No. 8 Cherry Street, Nashville, Tenn.

Diagram illustrating the working organization of the United States Sanitary Commission

Dr. Alexander McDonald

Shirtless seated man displays left arm in splint, resting in sling of striped cloth

Order creating the United States Sanitary Commission, signed and approved by President Lincoln on June 13, 1861. Countersigned by Simon Cameron, Secretary of War.

Plate 8. Case of osteo-myelitis following a fracture of the humerus. The fragments did not unite, & amputation was made. Longitudinal section of upper fragment. Case 48.

Dr. Julius Nichols

Battlefield of Gettysburgh [sic] : Headquarters of U.S. Sanitary Commission.

Benj[ami]n F. Estes

Wm. Richards

Joseph C. Gage

Letter of inquiry by Henry Price, April 6, 1863.

Camp at Cumberland Landing.

[Illustration showing male head in right profile with exposed muscles and veins of neck, with inserted metal probe.]

Patient in a hot head pillow.

Dr. J. W. Page [seated]

E.B. Elliott : U.S.S.C.

Matthews House : Battlefield of Bull Run.

J. T. Pancoast

Pl. No. 4 of Dr. Jones’ papers. [Appearance of femoral vein in a case of pyaemia.]

Andrometer. No. 1.

Seated man displays left arm in brace and shoulder harness, his hand raised to mouth

Seated man displays left arm in brace and shoulder harness, his hand raised to mouth

Dr. Alexander McDonald

Quaker guns.

Jericho Mills : North Anna.

Dutch Gap Canal.

Dr. J. W. Page [standing]

C. J. Stillé, Esq.

Headquarters U.S. Sanitary Commission Gettysburgh [sic].

[The splint applied.]

Dr. J. W. Page [standing]

Autograph endorsement of circular to the "Loyal Women of America". Countersigned by Winfield Scott

Gettysburg.

Side view of naked man standing with crutches to display shortened right leg with foot resting on a wooden object.

Geo. Eliot : England

Rear view of old frame house, orchard, and well, at Seven Pines. Over 400 soldiers were buried here after the battle of Fair Oaks.

Autograph endorsement of circular to the "Loyal Women of America". Countersigned by Winfield Scott

Pontoon bridge across the James [Men sitting and standing in foreground, ships at anchor in river].

Encampment of 2d N.Y. and 1st Mass. Heavy Artillery, Belle Plain, May 16, 1864.

Dr. Julius Nichols

Lifting a wounded or sick soldier.

Jefferson Barracks. St. Louis, Mo. Group of men seated and standing on grass near road; chapel and other buildings in rear.

Camp at Brandy Station.

Soldiers] Home, New York Avenue [Washington, D.C.] [View of Home from street; soldiers stand at attention near horse and wagon].

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