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1st Batallion Aid Station and 65th Infantry
Photographer:Photographed by Unknown
Gelatin silver print on paper
Primary Dimensions (image height x width): 3 x 3in. (7.6 x 7.6cm) Sheet (height x width): 3 1/2 x 3 1/2in. (8.9 x 8.9cm)
Credit Line: Connecticut Historical Society collection
Description: Views of men in army uniforms at an unknown location. Some men ride in a jeep; one sits in the front seat of a jeep; another man is walking to a tent, and there is laundry hanging on a line in the background. A man is kneeling with a sign reading: "1st BN. AID STA / 65th Int. Regt." There are symbols painted on the sign including a caduceus, the symbol of the medical profession. Mountains or large hills can be seen in the background, and trees and several bushes are visible.
Date Note: The date is uncertain, but is probably either during the Korean War (1950-1953) or the Vietnamese Conflict (1961-1975). (Lee 4/18/2004) Subject Note: The man pictured in 2002.63.1at the far left, 2002.63.2, and 2002.63.3 are possibly the same person. (Lee 4/18/2004)
Inscription: On verso of 2002.63.2, at top, in ink, "Me in front of Aid Station". On verso of 2002.63.4 at top, in ink, "Doctor 1st BN" Accession numbers inscribed on verso at bottom in pencil.
Object Number: 2002.63.1-.4
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