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Yellow Fever Commission; The Detachment Hospital Corps, Columbia Barracks, Cuba

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Online
Title
Yellow Fever Commission; The Detachment Hospital Corps, Columbia Barracks, Cuba
Date Created
1900
Description
September 1900 [?], Identified (L to R): Front row - Alvah S. Pinto, Lt. A. E. Truby (Commander of Detachment), Raoul Amador, Robert P. Cooke Second row - Acting Hospital Steward (A.H.S.) Campbell, A.H.S. Pahnke, A.H.S. George Burton, A.H.S. Claude Cooke, A.H.S. Arnold Third row - Pvt. John Morris, Pvt. Kneisley, Pvt. De Lamar, Pvt. Thomas Kane, Pvt. Braemer, Pvt. John Kissinger Fourth row - Pvt. Lawrence, Pvt. William Olsen, Pvt. Samillion, Pvt. Carr, Pvt. Martin, Pvt. William McHardy Fifth row - Pvt. Clyde L. West, Pvt. Harroldsen, Pvt. John Andrus, Pvt. Thomas England, Pvt. Tate, Pvt. Gustave Lambert Sixth row - Pvt. Brent La Mar, Pvt. James Toler, Pvt. Thomas Brault, Pvt. Frank Buholtz, Pvt. James Byington, Pvt. William Williamson, Pvt. Young Seventh row (top row) - Pvt. Charles Sontag, Pvt. John Colby, Pvt. Frank Dawley, Pvt. Courtney, Pvt. William Roberton, Pvt. Rutledge, Pvt. Springer This detachment furnished most of the volunteers for the yellow fever experiment at Camp Lazear
Type
black-and-white photographs
Location
Historical Collections & Services, Claude Moore Health Sciences Library, Charlottesville, Va.
Retrieval ID
prints21022
Collection
University of Virginia Visual History Collection
Call Number
RG-30/1/10.011