Wash Day in the Far East Two U.S. Army Nurses, Mildred Clemson (left) and Mary Louise Harrison (right), do their washing in a bucket "somewhere in the Far East." Note the boots worn by the girls - necessary equipment during the rainy season in India, where many American nurses are stationed. 1943 ~
Temporary home for some ANC Officers; the final touch of home. After arrival at Oran, Algeria, 18 May the General Hospital personnel temporarily set up at the Ain-et-Turk staging area, waiting for transportation to Italy.
☤ MD ☞ ☆☆☆ U. Army Nurse Corps nurses (from left) Mary Henehan, Ellen Ainsworth, Anne Graves and Doris Maxfield were photographed in New York City in April They shipped out later that month, landing in Morocco before eventually joining forces in Italy ~
War and Conflict, World War Two, Far East, pic: circa American nurses at a New Guinea field hospital show off 'pretties' and nylons received from 'home' (Photo by Paul Popper/Popperfoto/Getty Images) ~