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America's Civil War
Brother Against Brother, 1862

Baching It,1886
"Baching it", 1886

Off State Fair
State Fair
1941

 1918...Angel of Mercy
Angel of Mercy

Angel of Mercy, 1918.

"Mrs Hammond, American Red Cross, serving water to badly wounded British soldier on platform of railroad station at Montmirail, France, May 31, 1918."

Related EyeWitness account: In the American Ambulance Field Service, 1916. British poet John Masefield (future Poet Laureate of England), describes his experience as a driver in the American Ambulance Field Service on the front lines in France during World War I: "Just overhead, as the car passes, comes a blasting, shattering crash which is like sudden death."

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