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James H. Stokes
[Medical and Surgical History of the War of the Rebellion (1870-1888)]
19 x 13 cm (image, oval) 31 x 25 cm (mount)
NIH: U.S. National Library of Medicine (NLM)
Order No.: B030325
Gunshot wound of arm. Gangrene. Recovery. James H. Stokes, private, Co. A, 185th N.Y. Vols., aged 20, a native of New York, was admitted to Harewood U.S.A. Gen't Hospital, April 2nd, 1865, from City Point, Wounded, March 29th, 1865, by a Minie ball at Gravelly Run, Va. ...
"Some photographs [in the series] were made by officers at the Army Medical Museum, but most were made by Lieutenant Colonel and Surgeon Reed Brockway Bontecou ... while in charge of Harewood General Hospital, a three-thousand-bed facility in Washington, where he was posted from October 1863 to May 1866" (NLM)