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WTT: Original WC54 Photograph

Posted: Sat Jun 21, 2008 23:07
by Ben
Hi all,

Looking to tradethe attached photograph for another WW2 medical photograph. This is an original print, and was received in a large lot of medical photographs. This was the only duplicate and so I thought I'd offer it up for trade on here. It shows three Enlisted Men of the 3d Service Command standing in front of a WC54 Ambulance. It measures approximately 2" x 3".

The reverse is absent of writing and simply bears the number 849, and the watermark shown on the obverse in the attached photograph has been added by me. This would be good for any vehicle collector or anyone interested in WW2 US Medical related ephemera.

If anyone is interested, but doesn't have a spare photograph to trade, then let me know and its yours!

Thanks,
Ben :)

Re: WTT: Original WC54 Photograph

Posted: Mon Mar 22, 2010 20:52
by Medic
Hi, Ben. I'm new here, so I don't know my way around yet. However I do have many pictures of identified personnel from Company "A" of the 75th Armored Medical Battalion in WWII. I would be happy to e-mail scans to you if you want them. Here are some examples. Descriptions are in the Properties of each file.

Re: WTT: Original WC54 Photograph

Posted: Tue Mar 23, 2010 13:29
by Ben
Hey there, Medic!
We would certainly be interested to see what illustrations you can share with us. Please feel free to send any scans along to our email address > info@med-dept.com
I look forward to seeing what goodies you might be able to share with us.
Thanks and kind regards,
Ben :D

Re: WTT: Original WC54 Photograph

Posted: Thu Mar 25, 2010 05:59
by Medic
So, Ben. Did you like the Medical Battalion pictures? I have other unpublished WWII photos, but they are of war destruction and dead Germans, German PWs, and concentration camps upon their liberation.

Medic

Re: WTT: Original WC54 Photograph

Posted: Thu Mar 25, 2010 15:07
by Ben
Thanks for the photos - they are indeed quite fantastic. I would certainly be interested to see any others that you might wish to share.

Kind regards,
Ben ;)