Infirmary

From a post card, but I think this is the Camp Infirmary, since that note is hand written on the back.  The calender seems to say 1936 or 1938, given other notes in the Album I think it must say 1938. The calender is by a company Kooncay ( ? very unreadable ) Merc Co and is a painting of oxen pulling a connestoga style wagon. The photo on right is a pretty woodlasnds waterfall, one wonders if it is from the area.  The cabinet contains hand labeled bottles and the examination table has on it a steel container and jar which probably has swabs or such. Note the bandages and scissors on the wall, I image cuts and sprains were the standard injury.  Also note the clean but crude contrustion with a two by four and metal cased wire providing the light fixture and the linoleum tile both on the floor and on the counter tops.

From the Photo Album of (probably) Robert A. Smith 

Company 530, Camp Libby, F-76, Libby, Montana

1939-1940

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