Camp Stotsenberg Hospital Records, 1900-1901 | Illinois History and Lincoln Collections
The hospital at Camp Stotsenberg, Manila Province, Philippines, was built and furnished in 1900. The collection includes an 82-page journal, Mar.1900-July 1901, containing hospital reports, inventories, and correspondence of Asst. Surg. L. K. Graves. There are references to alcoholism and intestinal colic in camp as well as an isolated case of bubonic plague. The collection also includes a deposit slip and a New York Sun clipping reporting the comments of Lt. John J. Kennedy regarding the Filipino conception of government.
The Library acquired the collection in 1942.