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Two army veterinarians, one up a ladder examining one of four camels which has artificial front legs. Wood engraving by E.T. Reed, 1906.

Reed, Edward Tennyson, 1860-1933.
Date
1906

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Publication/Creation

[London], 1906.

Physical description

1 print : wood engraving ; border: 12.9 x 12 cm

Lettering

The Indian vet. goes his morning rounds. E.T.R.

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 15349i

Lettering note

Lettering continues: "Lord Kitchener is revising the present Army Veterinary System, one result of which has been that veterinary doctors, whose experience has been limited to horses, have frequently been placed in charge of a couple of thousand camels." - Reuter.

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