The Army Nurse Corps in the War with Spain
|Second Nebraska Volunteers, Camp George
M. Thomas, 1898.
First nurses at Sternberg Hospital, Chickamauga Park, Georgia, August 1898.
Back row, left to right, Major Griffin, Commanding, Maud Cromelien (representative of Auxiliary No. 3), Frances A. Stone, and Anna C. Maxwell.
Spanish American War, 1898
The New York Nurses, Sternberg General Hospital, Camp Thomas, Chickamauga, Georgia
|U.S. Army. Sternberg General Hospital, Camp Thomas, Chickamauga, GA.
"Dormitory C", furnished by the Red Cross
|Sternberg General Hospital, Camp Thomas, Chickamauga, Ga., "Pavilion D" Hospital Ward.|
|1899 Hosp. Field 1st Div. 7th Army Corps Camp Columbia, Havana Cuba|
|Hospital Ship "RELIEF" in Cuban waters. (Ward Room)|
|Nurses, Hospital Ship "RELIEF", Cuban waters|
|Hospital Ship RELIEF in Cuban Waters. Operating Room|
|Spanish American War Nurses - First meeting, Sept. 1900 - Luncheon at Sherry's, New York - Anita Newcomb McGee sitting in center (white waist & embroidered gray skirt)|
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