Boer War: military staff and patients inside a tent in the Wynberg field hospital, South Africa. Halftone, 1900, after J. Bruton.
- Bruton, J. E., active 1900.
- [24 March 1900]
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[London] : [The Graphic], [24 March 1900]
1 print : halftone ; image 11.3 x 15.5 cm
Inside a tent in the field hospital at Wynberg ... the three photographs of the hospital are by J. E. Bruton, Cape Town
Wellcome Library no. 23376i
Lettering continues: "The military camp at Wynberg has been turned into a military hospital. Wynberg is a fair-sized village on the eastern side of Table Mountain, and ranks as one of the most healthy amongst foreign stations. The scene in our illustration shows one of the tents in the hospital. The man on the right is the orderly of the R.A.M.C. in charge of the patients"