A.R.C. [American Red Cross] Military Hospital. A corridor where our Wounded Boys were brought from Chateau Therry July 15, 1918. Wounded remained on stretchers as Wards were full. Stretchers everywhere the courtyard, corridors, wards, everywhere.

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Title

A.R.C. [American Red Cross] Military Hospital. A corridor where our Wounded Boys were brought from Chateau Therry July 15, 1918. Wounded remained on stretchers as Wards were full. Stretchers everywhere the courtyard, corridors, wards, everywhere.

Subject

World War, 1914-1918
American National Red Cross. Nursing Service
American Red Cross in France
Military hospitals.

Description

View of a corridor in a military hospital in Paris, France, where wounded soldiers are left on stretchers to rest as all the beds are full. This print is on page 57 of a photo album documenting the experience of Virginia Flanagan of Fort Benton as a Red Cross nurse in France during World War One.

Source

Flanagan Family Photograph Albums

Date

ca. 1919

Identifier

PAc 86-68.A1 p57a

Coverage

Paris, France

Original Format

1 photographic print : black and white, on paper mount in album ; 9 3/8 x 7 in. print on a 9 3/4 x 12 3/4 in. paper.

Source

Montana Historical Society Research Center