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Pvt. John D. Parmenter (CP 1073), National Museum of Health and Medicine

Pvt. John D. Parmenter (CP 1073), National Museum of Health and Medicine

 

Description: Private John D. Parmenter, Co. G, 67th Pennsylvania Volunteers, was wounded at Amelia Springs, VA on April 6, 1865 during the American Civil War. Treated at Harewood Hospital in Washington, DC by Dr. R.B. Bontecou, his leg was amputated. Gangrenous ulcer on external side of left foot resulting from gunshot wound.

 

Date: circa 1865

 

Photo ID: CP 1073

 

Source collection: OHA 75: Contributed Photographs

 

Repository: National Museum of Health and Medicine, Otis Historical Archives

 

Rights: No known restrictions upon publication, physical copy retained by National Museum of Health and Medicine. Publication and high resolution image requests should be directed to the NMHM (www.medicalmuseum.mil/)

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Taken on September 26, 2006