U.S. VETERINARY HOSPITAL NO. 3 AT VALDAHON, FRANCE WW1
Staff Veterinary Hospital No. 3. Left to right: Front row: Capt. Ora L. Campbell, post veterinarian; Capt. R. H. Schrecegost; second in command; 1st. Lt. R. F. Okershauser; 1st. Lt. James T. Traylor, hospital adjutant; 1st. Lt. Earl M. Hough, in charge of receiving animals.
Back row: 1st. Lt. G. W. Ellwitz, senior veterinarian of Remount Depot No. 4 in charge of animals for discharge; 2nd Lt. Charles M. Laird, in charge of dipping vat and sulphur chamber; 2nd Lt. Henry L. Kilhoffer, in charge of mange cases; 2nd Lt. Clark S. Burgett, in charge of surgical cases; 1st. Lt.Clafton, visiting hospital on inspection trip from assistant chief, Veterinary Office, Advance Section. Le Valdahon, Doubs, France, January 27, 1919.
Note: Above officers wearing the Advance Sector patch.
Veterinary Hospital No. 3, Camp du Valdahon, shows horse strapped and being lowered in position to be operated on for a gun shot wound. Le Valdahon, Doubs, France, January 27, 1919.
View of horse being strapped on table. Le Valdahon, Doubs, France, January 27, 1919.
Above Valdahon today
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