photographs. Description: a-h eight black and white photographs dealing with the gardening and eating facilities. 1-u fourteen black and white photographs showing Oak Knoll Hospital operations, wounded in bed, telephone operations, x-ray and iron lung, etc. v-ii fourteen black and white photographs showing recreational activities at hospital. Personalities performing for the wounded, crafts and machine shop activitied for recouperation. jj-qq seven black and white photographs of navy personnel at the hospital. History: Photographs are official US Navy phots from the Graphic Arts Dept. of Oak Knoll Hospital in Oak. Scenes are all during the WWII period and were taken for a publication. The Oak Leaf. Official United States Navy Photograph. (D. Curry, 12/4/98) Photo is a group portrait of entertainers probably at Oak Knoll Naval Hospital. One of the men in the group is a ventriloquist holding his dummy dressed in a sailors uniform, three of the men are wearing Mexican costumes with serapes draped over their left shoulders. Two of the three women are wearing form, floor-length gowns and the third is wearing a short dress, possibly a dance costume, with open-toed shoes.
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