FIRST US ARMY REHABILITATION CENTRE: RECUPERATION AND TRAINING AT 8TH CONVALESCENT HOSPITAL, STONELEIGH PARK, KENILWORTH, WARWICKSHIRE, UK, 1943
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In one of the dormitories at 8th Convalescent Hospital, Stoneleigh Park, the camp jazz band practices. The band, led by Sergeant Woodrow Laundry (of Red Lake Falls, Minnesota, standing left), consists of a piano, drums, two guitars and a trumpet. Other soldiers can be seen lying on their beds in the background.