Red Cross Work on Mutilés, At Paris (1918): A SourceLab EditionMain MenuThe FilmThis page is the page readers would use to read or view the source on line.CommentaryInformation and about the sourceCitation GuideThis page contains the citation information for the edition and its parts.BibliographyThis page contains a larger reading list, drawing on works used in the making of the edition.Supplemental SourceExtra material for readers to usePhotographsSupplementary photographs from NMHMPrintCreditsThis page contains a series of fields, including the general series masthead, the authors, and their acknowledgements.About SourceLabThis page contains general information about Source Lab editions.Alison Marcotte818bf603c7b6b24c39d24fcea4526c6fceac8d36Alex Joseph Villanueva359b68c3288c312c8e543200af6f9c7ce8e2f142Visit SourceLab
"The Men with New Faces" PDF
12015-09-11T21:07:41-07:00Alex Joseph Villanueva359b68c3288c312c8e543200af6f9c7ce8e2f14260333plain2016-05-10T12:10:32-07:00Nineteenth Century and AfterOctober, 1917Journal ArticleEnglishPublicOnline PDFWard MuirAlex Joseph Villanueva359b68c3288c312c8e543200af6f9c7ce8e2f142
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12015-09-11T21:07:41-07:00Supplemental Source20Extra material for readers to useplain2016-05-09T19:45:57-07:00April 2015Scalar PageEnglishPublicOnline PageAllison Marcotte, Alex VillanuevaIn 1917, a hospital orderly named Ward Muir published a short article, "The Men With New Faces," in the British literary magazine The Nineteenth Century and After. Muir's piece describes the work of the Masks for Facial Disfigurements Department of London's 3rd General Hospital. This written testimony may be compared and contrasted with what can be learned about facial reconstruction during the war from our film, "Red Cross Work on Mutilés, At Paris."
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