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A Tribute to Lazy Camp Life

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Description: An ambulance man (presumably Ray E. Williams) sitting on the front fender of an American ambulance.
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Loading an Ambulance

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Description: Medical personnel load a wounded Prussian into an ambulance. Captioned: "A wounded Prussian being loaded in my car for evacuation. He was shot just under h...
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Ambulance Personnel and Onlookers Attending to Boy in Accident

Date: March 23 1929
Description: Citizens look on as City of Chicago emergency personnel and others carry an injured boy at an accident scene. The event was most likely a staged exercise....
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New Police Ambulance

Date: November 14 1934
Description: Two police officers are standing beside a new police ambulance parked in front of the Madison Police Station, 14-16 South Webster Street.
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Movie Publicity for "Mr. Lemon of Orange"

Date: April 11 1931
Description: An ambulance carries signs advertising the film, "Mr. Lemon of Orange" in front of the Strand Theatre at 16 E. Mifflin Street. Also on that block are Barto...
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Ambulance Parked on Street

Date: 1925
Description: Sewickley Valley ambulance parked on a street outside a fire house or municipal building. The ambulance was built by International Harvester.
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Port Chester, New York, International Ambulance

Date: June 04 1927
Description: International ambulance equipped with what appears to be ornate leaded glass windows. A sign in the driver's side window reads "United Hospital Port Cheste...
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Cadillac Ambulance

Date: 1914
Description: A 1914 Cadillac Ambulance in a park. It's body was produced by the W.S. Seaman Company.
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Jonas Ambulance

Date: 1915
Description: A 1915 Jonas Ambulance on a road near a river. Its body was produced by the W.S. Seaman Company.
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Automobile Accident

Date: April 03 1979
Description: Emergency workers assist the passenger injured in an accident at North Sherman Boulevard and W. North Avenue. The automobile, which was driven by a ninete...
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Police First Aid Training

Date: November 16 1945
Description: Dane County Traffic Police receiving first aid training. Officer E.W. Kelzenberg on the left, Lieut. A.C. Pope in the middle, and Officer Ralph Conklin on...
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Accident at Park and Regent Streets

Date: May 24 1948
Description: A police ambulance, speeding a 3-year old, David King, seriously injured accident victim to a hospital, crashed into a Padgham Painting Co. truck, driven b...
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Accident at Park and Regent Streets

Date: May 24 1948
Description: County traffic officers Ray Case (left) and Henry Gerry are placing Elmer C. Evans, with head and face lacerations, in an ambulance to take him to the Jack...
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Suburban Police Officers

Date: October 13 1948
Description: Blooming Grove constables Albert Frazer and Jerry Fries, put a man on a stretcher in the back of a police car modified to serve as ambulance.
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Ambulance Corps Van

Date: 1941
Description: Men and women standing with an International Metro used by Czechoslovakian Relief. An airplane is in the background. All four people are wearing coats and...
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Ambulance Parked Outdoors

Date: February 02 1938
Description: An International truck used as an ambulance by the City of South Pasadena parked outside of what appears to be the hospital garage.
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American Red Cross Ambulance

Date: 1942
Description: An International truck used as an ambulance by the American Red Cross Brooklyn Chapter parked in a field.
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Mobile Disaster Unit Workers

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Description: Elevated view of a line of uniformed women employed by the American Red Cross Disaster Unit standing near rows of parked International trucks.
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New Police Ambulance

Date: December 22 1949
Description: Police Chief Bruce Weatherly looks over a new police ambulance.
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New Police Ambulance

Date: December 22 1949
Description: A view of the interior of the new police ambulance.

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