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World War I Vanderbilt Unit - Officers Camp Hospital 28, France
Front row, left to right: Capt. William G. Kennon, Capt. William M. McCabe, Col. R. A. Barr, Capt. William C. Dixon, Capt. J. M. Smith. Second row, left to right: Capt. D. Robb, Capt. C. E. FitzSimmons, Lt. J. O. Manier, Lt. O. E. Pheifer.

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Front of Camp Hospital 28, Nevers, France
Camp Hospital 28 was the home of Hospital Unit S, also known as the Vanderbilt Unit, during World War I. The children lined up in front of the wall are unidentified.

US Army Signal Corps photo 46391.

Ward III Camp Hospital 28, Nevers, France. Mims Wilkerson "in charge."
The pneumonia and influenza ward of Hospital 28 decorated for Christmas. There is some confusion whether this is Ward I (as noted in the official Signal Corps records) or Ward III (as indicated on the back of this print).

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Convalescent ward ward IX Camp Hospital 28, Nevers, France
Convalescent ward decorated for Christmas.

US Army Signal Corps photo 45873.

Laundry,  Camp Hospital 28, Nevers France
Two women working in the laundry of Hospital 28.

US Army Signal Corps photo 45868.

Dispensary or Pharmacy, Camp Hospital 28, Nevers, France
CH Taylor standing in the dispensary.

US Army Signal Corps photo 45863.
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