Twelve photographs relating to the medical services of Mabel St Clair Stobart in Serbia in 1915. Includes the hospital train which she commanded and scenes of wounded Serbian troops being attended to by doctors and medical staff. Mrs St Clair Stobart, founder of the Women's Sick and Wounded Convoy Corps (1912) and the Women's National Service League (1914) was a supporter of women's suffrage before the First World War. When the First World War broke out, she set up a field hospital in Belgium. Subsequently, with a commissioned rank of major, she served on the Balkan Front where she commanded the Serbian Relief Fund's Front Line Field Hospital. She and her medical staff accompanied the Serbian Army's retreat through the Albanian mountains in 1915.
12 black and white prints, with pencil captions and red markings on reverse.