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June 1918. "A serious operation by the Company Barber at American Military Hospital No. 5 at Auteuil, France. A complete portable tent hospital supported by the American Red Cross on the site of what was before the war a celebrated race-course." 5x7 glass negative by Lewis Hine. View full size.