Monday, January 09, 2017

Now on display: "Oregon 'Over There': Base Hospital 46 during World War I"

Winter/Spring 2017 Exhibit:
Oregon “Over There”: Base Hospital 46 during World War I
OHSU Main Library, BICC Building 3rd floor

OHSU Historical Collections & Archives is pleased to announce the opening of our exhibit, Oregon “Over There”: Base Hospital 46 during World War I. One hundred years after the United States officially entered the First World War, this exhibit explores the trajectory of University of Oregon Medical School’s Base Hospital 46 from Camp Lewis (now Fort Lewis), Washington to a hospital center in Bazoilles-sur-Meuse, France – and back again.

The exhibit will be on display Winter-Spring 2017  in the OHSU Main Library, on the third floor of the Biomedical Information Communication Center (BICC) on OHSU’s Marquam Hill campus. For a campus map, as well as customized driving, biking, and transit directions, please visit the interactive OHSU map:

1 comment:

Kimberly Jensen said...

Thanks for this great exhibit. During 2015 I blogged extensively about the nurses of Base Hospital 46 and their stories may be of interest to exhibit viewers. The blogs begin here in January 2015 Kimberly Jensen