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Lifting a wounded or sick soldier.

Image ID: 1150162

Lifting a wounded or sick soldier.  [[Three soldiers carry a fourth to demonstrate one stage of t...] (1861-1872)

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Image Title

:  Lifting a wounded or sick soldier.

Alternate Title

: [Three soldiers carry a fourth to demonstrate one stage of the correct method to raise a soldier from a reclining position for carrying.]


: United States Sanitary Commission -- Creator

Created Date

: 1861-1872


: Albumen prints

Specific Material Type

: Photographs

Item Physical Description

: 19 x 15 cm.


: 81


: Separated from Medical Committee Archives No. DCCLXXI (772), first draft, “Posture[,] dressings and the daily care of wounded parts” by David Prince, M.D. Alternate title supplied from document and photographs in second draft.


: United States Sanitary Commission records, 1861-1872, bulk (1861-1865). / Condensed Historical Matter / Photographs, prints and drawings


: Stephen A. Schwarzman Building / Manuscripts and Archives Division

Catalog Call Number

: MssCol 3101

Digital ID

: 1150162

Record ID

: 444865

Digital Item Published

: 2-3-2004; updated 3-25-2011

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