PARTIALLY ID’D CDV OF HAREWOOD HOSPITAL SURGEON

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Seated view of an officer identified only as “Dr. Evans.” The doctor is in a Napoleonic pose with one hand thrust in his vest. He wears a dark frock coat with 1st lieutenant of staff shoulder straps, dark military vest and matching dark trousers with thin light colored leg stripe.

Image and clarity are excellent. Mount and paper are good. Top of the image has a pencil and ink inscription that reads “DR. EVANS ??? HAREWOOD.”

Reverse is blank.

Harewood Hospital was in Washington, D.C. It was opened on September 4, 1862 and closed on May 5, 1866 and was able to hold 2,080 patients.    [ad]

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