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    • [Frances Bradsher Turner washing her hair, circa 1951]

    • 1951
    • WV0236 Frances Bradsher Turner Papers
    • Frances Bradsher Turner washes her hair in a bowl at the 2nd Mobile Surgical Hospital in Korea, circa 1951. She wears the ANC brown and white striped seersucker overseas hospital dress.
    • [ANC nurses in Korea, circa 1951]

    • 1951
    • WV0236 Frances Bradsher Turner Papers
    • A group of Army Nurse Corps members, all wearing field jackets, trousers, and boots, pose beside a tent in Korea, circa 1951.
    • [Frances Bradsher Turner at 1st MASH headquarters, circa 1951]

    • 1951
    • WV0236 Frances Bradsher Turner Papers
    • Frances Bradsher Turner sits on the steps at the entrance to the 1st Mobile Army Surgical Unit (MASH) headquarters camp in Korea, circa 1951. She wears the ANC field work uniform and has book in her lap.
    • [Frances Bradsher Turner in kitchen, circa 1951]

    • 1951
    • WV0236 Frances Bradsher Turner Papers
    • Frances Bradsher Turner poses at a counter in the kitchen of the 2nd Mobile Army Surgical Hospital (MASH) in Korea, circa 1951. According to the caption, the photo depicts "Lt. Fuselage" and her "combat cargo."
    • [Nurses by a tent in Korea, circa 1951]

    • 1951
    • WV0236 Frances Bradsher Turner Papers
    • Four female ANC personnel pose outside a tent in Korea, circa 1951. The group appears to be wearing long johns and includes an African American nurse and one smoking a cigarette.
    • [Headquarters tent of the 2nd MASH, circa 1951]

    • 1951
    • WV0236 Frances Bradsher Turner Papers
    • Photo of the exterior of the tent serving as the headquarters of of the 2nd Mobile Army Surgical Hospital (MASH) in Korea, which Francis Bradsher Turner was stationed with from 1950 to 1952. The signage also indicates the Company Commander,...
    • Oral history interview with Frances B. Turner, 2002

    • 2002-01-07
    • WV0236 Frances Bradsher Turner Papers
    • Interview primarily documents Frances B.Turner's service in the Army Nurse Corps (ANC).

      Turner briefly describes growing up during the Depression, her reasons for becoming a nurse, her training at Watts Hospital, her work for a tobacco...

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