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Men and women at work in the Blood Bank, 21st General Hospital, Ravenel Hospital Hospital, Mirecourt, France.

Typed note accompanying the photograph reads: "German female POWs, Pfc. Albert A. Lustig, 1st Lt. Arthur P. Dunnigan (behind Pfc. Lustig), and T/4 Clarence W. Grosz. Seated, Typed note accompanying the photograph reads: Major Abe A. Bolotin, T/5 Thomas W. Western, T/4 William F. Kelly, Major Lucille S. Spalding, Capt. Dorothy E. Krog, Pvt. Charles Wells, and Lt. Col. Harry Agress."

Group portrait of the Rehabilitation Chiefs of 21st General Hospital, Naples, Italy.

Typed note accompanying the photograph reads: "Lt. Col. Lawrence M. Mulhall, FA., impressed by the 21st's PT and rehabilitation interests in Algeria, persuaded HQ to follow up in Italy, leading to expanding programs for patient reconditioning. This is the group of the 21st which he considered most responsible for his own successful efforts: Front, left: Lt. Col. Truman G. Drake, Col. Cady, CO, Capt. Lucile S. Spalding, ANC, Lt. Col. John F. Patton. Second: Maj. A.A. Bolotin, Lt. Col. Sim F. Beam, Maj. Henry G. Schwartz, Capt. Bernard Greene. Third: left, Lt. Col. Lawrence M. Mulhall, FA., (organizer), Maj. Joe M. Parker, Maj. Jos. C. Edwards (first in charge in Algeria), and Capt. Robt. E. Peck."

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