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Relief for the destitute thousands in the West Indies : loading government ships with clothing, tents, and bedding, and ...
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 Material Information
Title: Relief for the destitute thousands in the West Indies : loading government ships with clothing, tents, and bedding, and with food to last for a month /photographs by our own staff photographer, R. L. Dunn.
Physical Description: 1 p. : ill. ; 42 x 27 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Dunn, R. L.
Publisher: Leslie's Weekly
Place of Publication: New York
Publication Date: 1902
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Caribbean Area   ( lcsh )
Volcanic eruptions -- Martinique   ( lcsh )
Pelee, Mount (Martinique) -- Eruption, 1902   ( lcsh )
Martinique -- 1900-1910.   ( lcsh )
Periodical illustrations -- 1900-1910.   ( lcsh )
Spatial Coverage: Martinique
Pelee, Mount (Martinique)
 Notes
General Note: Page from Leslie's Weekly, May 29, 1902.
General Note: Six illustrations: Jackies carrying boxed meats aboard the Buffalo, which has gone to Martinique. -- Major Hugh J. Gallagher in charge of the distribution of supplies, and Captain Berry, commanding the Dixie. -- Loading cured beef on the Dixie. -- United States Ship Buffalo at the dock in Brooklyn, awaiting orders to start with supplies. -- Army surgeons who will attend Martinique sufferers. Lieut. Church, Lieut. Riley and Lieut. Clayton. -- The Dixie's sailors carrying aboard boxes of food for the destitute at Martinique.
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General Note: Digital image. 2005. 300 ppi, 4948 x 3187 pixels, 45.1 mb rgb tif.
General Note: Prints. Box 35.
 Record Information
Source Institution: HistoryMiami
Holding Location: HistoryMiami
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution.
Resource Identifier: local - 2004-221-3
System ID: AA00009527:00001