BRITISH PROVIDE HANDICRAFTS FOR AMERICAN CONVALESCENTS: RECREATION FOR WOUNDED TROOPS AT 159TH US GENERAL HOSPITAL, YEOVIL, SOMERSET, ENGLAND, UK, 1945
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Wounded American soldiers and others connected to the handicraft programme examine the men's finished items at 159th US General Hospital, Yeovil. Left to right, they are: Esther Mullaney (in charge of the recreation programme at the hospital), PBP R Covey, T/S W A McKinney, Pfc M Hartigan, Reg Hawkins (foreman of the wood mill at the nearby Westlands Plant, who helped the men with their work) and Mrs P E Reiss (British organiser of local hospital and welfare work). Among the items on display are a reclaimed plexiglass photo frame and several toy animals.