Note: All recordings stop and start throughout. Distorted at times as on original tapes. Part 7: first 2 minutes recorded too high and consistently distorted.
Note on original container: Tape 04 [part 7] - March 10, 1919 page 210 to end
Description: Recording created in 1964 of Mrs. Meyer Schindler reading the diary of Eugene S. Kilgore, MD, during his time serving in World War I at Base Hospital 30, the primary base for healthcare providers mobilized from the University of California. The diary spans the years 1918-1919. The diary offers a rare and unique look at a California physician serving overseas in the First World War.
Call Number: OH 25-28
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