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    Soldiers' Home
    (B.S. Reynolds Co. 1202 D. St., Northwest, Washington, D.C., 1916-11-15)
    Postcard of the Soldiers' Home in Washington, D.C. "The Soldiers' Home is for men of the regular Army honorably discharged after 20 years of service or disabled by wounds or disease. The Scott Building here shown is named in honor of General Winfield Scott, founder of the home."
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    United States Soldiers' Home
    (W.B. Garrison, Inc., Washington, D.C., Unknown)
    Postcard of the United States Soldiers' home in Washington, D.C. "Soldiers' Home, Washington, D.C., The Soldiers' Home is for men of the regular Army honorably discharged after 20 years of service, or disabled by wounds or disease. The Scott Building her shown is named in honor of General Winfield Scott, founder of the Home."
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    The Lucy Webb Hayes National Training School
    (Unknown, 1923-09-20)
    Postcard of the Lucy Webb Hayes National Training School in Washington, D.C.
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    New Medical Center
    (The Washington News Company; Colourpicture Publication, Boston 15, Mass., Unknown)
    Postcard of the New Medical Center in Washington, D.C.
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    Hoff Memorial Fountain (Walter Reed Hospital)
    (Uberman Novelty Co., Washington, D.C., 1949-11-25)
    Postcard of the Hoff Memorial Fountain in Washington, D.C. "Hoff Memorial Fountain, erected in 1935, located at the main entrance to the Administration Building, Walter Reed General Hospital, Army Medical Center, Washington, D.C. Erected in memory of Colonel John Van Rensselaer Hoff, MC, USA, famous military surgeon who died in 1920, the fountain is surrounded by tulips of many varieties donated by people of the Netherlands following World War II."
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    Walter Reed General Hospital
    (Uberman Novelty Co., Washington, D.C., Unknown)
    Postcard of the Walter Reed General Hospital in Washington, D.C. "New home of Out-Patient Service, Walter Reed General Hospital, Army Medical Center, Washington, D.C., and formerly Headquarters for the WAC detachment stationed at the Army Medical Center from 1943 to 1949. This is one of the original buildings on the post."
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    Army Medical Center (Walter Reed Hospital)
    (The Washington News Company, 1946-06-14)
    Postcard of the Army Medical Center (Walter Reed Hospital) in Washington, D.C. "The Headquarters Army Medical Center and Army Medical Department Professional Service School Building is located at Georgia Avenue and Butternut Street, N.W. Washington, D.C."
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    Walter Reed General Hospital
    (The Union News Company, Unknown)
    Postcard of the Walter Reed General Hospital in Washington, D.C. "The Walter Reed General Hospital is one of the Army's largest hospitals; located at 16th Street ad Alaska Avenue, N.W. Washington, D.C."
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    Walter Reed General Hospital
    (Colorchrome Washington, D.C., Unknown)
    Postcard of the Walter Reed General Hospital in Washington, D.C. "The Walter Reed General Hospital is one of the Army's largest hospitals; located at 16th Street ad Alaska Avenue, N.W. Washington, D.C."
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    Walter Reed Hospital
    (A.C. Bosselman & Co., New York, Unknown)
    Postcard of the Walter Reed Hospital in Washington, D.C. "Walter Reed Army, General Hospital is located on Georgia Ave. near Takoma Park, and on the ground where the Battle with Early's Army was fought during the Civil War. It honors the Name of Walter A. Reed, Major Medial Corps U.S.A., whose life on Nov. 23d 1902 paid, after many inoculations for the discovery of the examination of the yellow fever germ."
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    Walter Reed Hospital
    (Capitol Souvenir Company, Washington, D.C., Unknown)
    Postcard of the Walter Reed General Hospital in Washington, D.C. "The Walter Reed Hospital is one of the largest Government Hospitals in the country of the care of ex-service men. Located on Georgia Avenue."
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    Walter Reed Hospital
    (The Washington News Company, Washington, D.C.;Tichnor, 1932-02-23)
    Postcard of the Walter Reed Hospital in Washington, D.C. "The Walter Reed Hospital is one of the largest U.S. Amy Hospitals for the care of Service and Ex Service men. Located on Georgia Avenue."
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    Walter Reed Hospital
    (B.S. Reynolds CO., Washington, D.C.; Curteich-Chicago, Unknown)
    Postcard of the Walter Reed Hospital in Washington, D.C.
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    Walter Reed Hospital
    (B.S. Reynolds Co., 1202 D St., Northwest, Washington, D.C., Unknown)
    Postcard of the Walter Reed Hospital in Washington, D.C. "The Walter Reed Army General Hospital is located on Georgia Avenue, near Takoma Park, and on the ground where the battle with General Early's army was fought during the Civil War. It Honers the name of Walter A. Reed, Major Medical Corps, U.S.A., whose life paid on Nov. 23, 1902, after many inoculations for the discovery of the yellow fever germ."
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    Walter Reed Hospital
    (The Washington News Company; Colourpicture Publication, Boston15, Mass., Unknown)
    Postcard of the Walter Reed Hospital in Washington, D.C.
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    Garfield Memorial Hospital
    (Unknown, Unknown)
    Postcard of the Garfield Memorial Hospital in Washington, D.C.
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    Garfield Memorial Hospital
    (Unknown, Unknown)
    Postcard of the Garfield Memorial Hospital in Washington, D.C.
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    The Doctors' Hospital
    (Curteich-Chicago, Unknown)
    Postcard of the Doctors' Hospital in Washington, D.C.
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    The Doctors' Hospital
    (Curteich-Chicago, 1946)
    Postcard of the Doctors' Hospital in Washington, D.C.
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    American Red Cross
    (The Washington News C., Washington, D.C., Unknown)
    Postcard of the American Red Cross in Washington, D.C. "The American Red Cross, between the Corcoran Art Gallery and Continental Hall, is dedicated to the memory of the heroic women of the Civil War. The beautiful assembly room is entirely in white with crimson hangings, the colors of the Red Cross. The structure of white marble cost $800,000. It houses the administrative departments of the American Red Cross."