Red Cross Work on Mutilés, At Paris (1918): A SourceLab Edition


Archival Sources

"Red Cross Work on Mutiles, At Paris," 1918 [Master], US Army / Allied Expeditionary Force, B&W, Silent, 16mm film, M 0010.  OHA 252: NMHM Audiovisual Collection, Otis Historical Archives, National Museum of Health and Medicine.

Printed Sources

Alexander, Caroline.  "Faces of War: Amid the Horrors of World War I, a Corps of Artists Brought Hope to Soldiers Disfigured in the Trenches."  Smithsonian Magazine, February 2007. 

Gavin, Lettie.  American Women in World War 1: They Also Served.  Niwot, CO: UP of Colorado, 1997.

Graff, Mercedes.  "Anna Coleman Ladd and the Red Cross Studio of Portrait Masks in WWI."  In On the Field of Mercy: Women Medical Volunteers from the Civil War to the First World War, 293-310.  Amherst, NY: Humanity Books, 2010.

King, Padriac.  "How Wounded Soldiers have Faced the World Again with 'Portrait Masks.'”  St. Louis Post-Dispatch Sunday Magazine, March 26, 1933.

Muir, Ward.  "The Men with New Faces." The Nineteenth Century and After 82, October 1917 (1917): 746-753.

Reznick, Jefferey.  John Galsworthy and Disabled Soldiers of the Great War.  New York: Manchester UP, 2009.

Stone, Norman.  World War One. New York: Basic Books, 2009.

Veeder, Gerry.  "The Red Cross Bureau of Pictures, 1917-1921: World War I, the Russian Revolution and the Sultan of Turkey’s harem."  Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television 10, 1 (1990): 47-70.

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