Box 3a

 Container

Contains 13 Results:

Corporal S. Cohen Cartoon "Life in the E.T.O." (European Theater Operations) 1 of 12

 Item — Box: 3a, Object: 01
Identifier: 01
Scope and Contents From the Series: This series consists of twelve cartoons drawn by Corporal Sol Cohen who served in the 111th General Hospital Unit that was based in Cirencester England during World War II. According to a letter dated March 1, 1997 written by Dr.John W. Simpson (Col U.S. Army Ret) who served as commander of the unit, Corporal Cohen had been a medical illustrator in a New York City Hopsital. These cartooons are smaller versions of murals that were painted on the walls of the recreation room for enlisted...
Dates: 1943-1945

Corporal S. Cohen Cartoon "Reveille" 2 of 12

 Item — Box: 3a, Object: 02
Identifier: 02
Scope and Contents From the Series: This series consists of twelve cartoons drawn by Corporal Sol Cohen who served in the 111th General Hospital Unit that was based in Cirencester England during World War II. According to a letter dated March 1, 1997 written by Dr.John W. Simpson (Col U.S. Army Ret) who served as commander of the unit, Corporal Cohen had been a medical illustrator in a New York City Hopsital. These cartooons are smaller versions of murals that were painted on the walls of the recreation room for enlisted...
Dates: 1943-1945

Corporal S. Cohen Cartoon "Inspections" 3 of 12

 Item — Box: 3a, Object: 03
Identifier: 03
Scope and Contents From the Series: This series consists of twelve cartoons drawn by Corporal Sol Cohen who served in the 111th General Hospital Unit that was based in Cirencester England during World War II. According to a letter dated March 1, 1997 written by Dr.John W. Simpson (Col U.S. Army Ret) who served as commander of the unit, Corporal Cohen had been a medical illustrator in a New York City Hopsital. These cartooons are smaller versions of murals that were painted on the walls of the recreation room for enlisted...
Dates: 1943-1945

Corporal S. Cohen Cartoon "Mess" 4 of 12

 Item — Box: 3a, Object: 04
Identifier: 04
Scope and Contents From the Series: This series consists of twelve cartoons drawn by Corporal Sol Cohen who served in the 111th General Hospital Unit that was based in Cirencester England during World War II. According to a letter dated March 1, 1997 written by Dr.John W. Simpson (Col U.S. Army Ret) who served as commander of the unit, Corporal Cohen had been a medical illustrator in a New York City Hopsital. These cartooons are smaller versions of murals that were painted on the walls of the recreation room for enlisted...
Dates: 1943-1945

Corporal S. Cohen Cartoon "?" 5 of 12

 Item — Box: 3a, Object: 05
Identifier: 05
Scope and Contents From the Series: This series consists of twelve cartoons drawn by Corporal Sol Cohen who served in the 111th General Hospital Unit that was based in Cirencester England during World War II. According to a letter dated March 1, 1997 written by Dr.John W. Simpson (Col U.S. Army Ret) who served as commander of the unit, Corporal Cohen had been a medical illustrator in a New York City Hopsital. These cartooons are smaller versions of murals that were painted on the walls of the recreation room for enlisted...
Dates: 1943-1945

Corporal S. Cohen Cartoon "Latrines" 6 of 12

 Item — Box: 3a, Object: 06
Identifier: 06
Scope and Contents From the Series: This series consists of twelve cartoons drawn by Corporal Sol Cohen who served in the 111th General Hospital Unit that was based in Cirencester England during World War II. According to a letter dated March 1, 1997 written by Dr.John W. Simpson (Col U.S. Army Ret) who served as commander of the unit, Corporal Cohen had been a medical illustrator in a New York City Hopsital. These cartooons are smaller versions of murals that were painted on the walls of the recreation room for enlisted...
Dates: 1943-1945

Corporal S. Cohen Cartoon "30 Missions" 7 of 12

 Item — Box: 3a, Object: 07
Identifier: 07
Scope and Contents From the Series: This series consists of twelve cartoons drawn by Corporal Sol Cohen who served in the 111th General Hospital Unit that was based in Cirencester England during World War II. According to a letter dated March 1, 1997 written by Dr.John W. Simpson (Col U.S. Army Ret) who served as commander of the unit, Corporal Cohen had been a medical illustrator in a New York City Hopsital. These cartooons are smaller versions of murals that were painted on the walls of the recreation room for enlisted...
Dates: 1943-1945

Corporal S. Cohen Cartoon "Censors" (crossed out) 8 of 12

 Item — Box: 3a, Object: 08
Identifier: 08
Scope and Contents From the Series: This series consists of twelve cartoons drawn by Corporal Sol Cohen who served in the 111th General Hospital Unit that was based in Cirencester England during World War II. According to a letter dated March 1, 1997 written by Dr.John W. Simpson (Col U.S. Army Ret) who served as commander of the unit, Corporal Cohen had been a medical illustrator in a New York City Hopsital. These cartooons are smaller versions of murals that were painted on the walls of the recreation room for enlisted...
Dates: 1943-1945

Corporal S. Cohen Cartoon "Girls" 9 of 12

 Item — Box: 3a, Object: 09
Identifier: 09
Scope and Contents From the Series: This series consists of twelve cartoons drawn by Corporal Sol Cohen who served in the 111th General Hospital Unit that was based in Cirencester England during World War II. According to a letter dated March 1, 1997 written by Dr.John W. Simpson (Col U.S. Army Ret) who served as commander of the unit, Corporal Cohen had been a medical illustrator in a New York City Hopsital. These cartooons are smaller versions of murals that were painted on the walls of the recreation room for enlisted...
Dates: 1943-1945

Corporal S. Cohen Cartoon "Day Dreams" 10 of 12

 Item — Box: 3a, Object: 10
Identifier: 10
Scope and Contents From the Series: This series consists of twelve cartoons drawn by Corporal Sol Cohen who served in the 111th General Hospital Unit that was based in Cirencester England during World War II. According to a letter dated March 1, 1997 written by Dr.John W. Simpson (Col U.S. Army Ret) who served as commander of the unit, Corporal Cohen had been a medical illustrator in a New York City Hopsital. These cartooons are smaller versions of murals that were painted on the walls of the recreation room for enlisted...
Dates: 1943-1945

Corporal S. Cohen Cartoon "Night Problem" 11 of 12

 Item — Box: 3a, Object: 11
Identifier: 11
Scope and Contents From the Series: This series consists of twelve cartoons drawn by Corporal Sol Cohen who served in the 111th General Hospital Unit that was based in Cirencester England during World War II. According to a letter dated March 1, 1997 written by Dr.John W. Simpson (Col U.S. Army Ret) who served as commander of the unit, Corporal Cohen had been a medical illustrator in a New York City Hopsital. These cartooons are smaller versions of murals that were painted on the walls of the recreation room for enlisted...
Dates: 1943-1945

Corporal S. Cohen Cartoon "Curfew" 12 of 12

 Item — Box: 3a, Object: 12
Identifier: 12
Scope and Contents From the Series: This series consists of twelve cartoons drawn by Corporal Sol Cohen who served in the 111th General Hospital Unit that was based in Cirencester England during World War II. According to a letter dated March 1, 1997 written by Dr.John W. Simpson (Col U.S. Army Ret) who served as commander of the unit, Corporal Cohen had been a medical illustrator in a New York City Hopsital. These cartooons are smaller versions of murals that were painted on the walls of the recreation room for enlisted...
Dates: 1943-1945

Correspondence describing history of cartoons from Dr. John W. Simpson to Mary H. Teloh, Special Collections Librarian dated March 1, 1997, 1997

 Item — Box: 3a, Folder: 01
Identifier: 10
Scope and Contents From the Series: This series consists of twelve cartoons drawn by Corporal Sol Cohen who served in the 111th General Hospital Unit that was based in Cirencester England during World War II. According to a letter dated March 1, 1997 written by Dr.John W. Simpson (Col U.S. Army Ret) who served as commander of the unit, Corporal Cohen had been a medical illustrator in a New York City Hopsital. These cartooons are smaller versions of murals that were painted on the walls of the recreation room for enlisted...
Dates: 1997

 

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