Remembering the 65th draws from several collections at the Duke University Medical Center Archives. To learn more about these collections and the materials they contain, click on the links to their finding aids.
Additional 65th General Hospital Resources
Images of the 65th General Hospital - Our digital repository, MEDSpace, includes many photographs of the 65th General Hospital and the Duke individuals who staffed it.
Artwork by Frank Beresford - British artist Frank Beresford was a patient at the 65th General Hospital. During his stay, he drew the staff at work. His sketches and paintings featuring the hospital are available on our digital repository, MEDspace.
"Saving Sergeant Buske: An account of Remarkable Valor and Amazing Survival from the Records of the 65th General Hospital, a Duke University Army Reserve Unit of World War II" - An article by Dr. Ivan Brown, Jr., Chief of the unit's Neurological Service. This is a link to the full citation in PubMed.
Blackmore Park in World War Two: An Account of the US Army Hospitals at Blackmore Park, Malvern 1943-1945 - Before relocating to Redgrave Park, the 65th General Hospital was briefly stationed at Blackmore Park. This book includes some information about the unit's time there.
Duke University Medical Center Honors the 65th General Hospital World War II - A program from the 2002 dedication ceremony of the sculpture honoring the 65th General Hospital staff, available on DukeSpace.
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