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[Wounded]

[Wounded]

Date: 191?
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of two Red Cross men carrying a wounded soldier down a side walk. All three men are wearing hats, but one man is wearing a red cross symbol on his left arm.
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[Wounded Cavalry Horses]

[Wounded Cavalry Horses]

Date: 1910/1920
Creator: Horne, Walter H., 1883-1921
Description: The caption on the postcard reads: Wounded Cavalry Horses. These two unidentified soldiers are tending to the three wounded horses in this postcard image. All three horses have deep tissue lacerations to their front legs and chest areas that were cause by barbed wire fencing. Apparently the horses were caught up in a stampede of horses. As a result of the stampede, several of the stampeding horses were caught up in the barbed wire fencing.
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Wounded Civilian

Wounded Civilian

Date: 1910/1920
Creator: Aultman, Otis A.
Description: Photograph of a wounded civilian. The wounded man is being assisted by at least one member of the Mexican Red Cross. The injured man has suffered some type of serious injury to his left leg. The large bandage to his left leg indicates that he had probably received some kind of gunshot wound to that leg. This photo of this wounded man exiting the building, perhaps a hospital, was taken after the wounded man had received his medical attention and after the man had been bandaged up. The same wounded man can also be seen being carried (by the same people) into the same unknown building in the photograph that is titled: "Wounded Man", EPPL A1738. In the photograph that is titled “Wounded Man”, the injured man’s leg does not have a bandage on it so it was taken before this photograph. The location is somewhere in Juarez.
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Wounded Insurrecto

Wounded Insurrecto

Date: 1910/1920
Creator: Aultman, Otis A.
Description: Photograph of a wounded revolutionary soldier. A wounded revolutionary soldier has been taken off a train car and is being transported to an unknown location. It has been conservatively estimated that as many as 1 million people, including civilians, were killed during the Mexican Revolution. Source - Encyclopedia Americana (2003). Other sources have put the total death toll at more than 2 million.
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Wounded Man

Wounded Man

Date: 1910/1920
Creator: Aultman, Otis A.
Description: Photograph of a wounded man. This unidentified wounded man is being carried into this building by several members of the Mexican Red Cross. During the Mexican Revolution, the Mexican Red Cross of Ciudad Juarez was also being assisted by doctors and nurses from El Paso. The man at the far right is wearing the medical Red Cross symbol on his left shoulder. How the wounded man received his injuries is not known nor can the severity of his injuries be determined from the angle of this photograph. It is also not clear if the wounded man is a Mexican Revolucionario or just a regular civilian. An unknown Mexican civilian is also assisting the Red Cross personnel. The location is Ciudad Juarez.
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Wounded Mexican

Wounded Mexican

Date: 1910/1920
Creator: Aultman, Otis A.
Description: Photograph of an unknown wounded Mexican individual. There is no accompanying information given about this photograph. The four men are carrying the wounded person to an unknown destination, perhaps to a waiting horse and wagon. The individual is presumed alive and wounded because there is no coffin and also because the top blanket is not completely draping the entire body. A train is visible in the distant background. It seems very reasonable to conclude that the wounded individual just came off that train. Another uncertainty about this photograph is whether the individual, who is being carried, is male or female. Lastly, we also do not know if the wounded person is an innocent civilian or an active participant of the Mexican Revolution.
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[Wounded Revolutionist]

[Wounded Revolutionist]

Date: 1911~
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of six revolutionists running down a sidewalk carrying a wounded soldier away, seeking medical attention. People are watching in the background.
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[Wounded Soldier]

[Wounded Soldier]

Date: 1910/1920
Creator: Horne, Walter H., 1883-1921
Description: The postcard caption partially reads: Survivor of the Battle of Carrizal. It seems that the African American sergeant is the recent survivor of the Battle of Carrizal (Metz, Leon, Fort Bliss, page 83). The African American sergeant has three chevrons on his right uniform sleeve and appears to be one of the highest ranking men among this group of men. He is also wearing driver's goggles on his hat. There is no accompanying information given about his identity. The postcard was post marked out of El Paso, Texas, February circa 1915 – 1920 and is addressed to: Mrs. C H Breslin, Union Hotel, Altoona, Pennsylvania.
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[Yaqui Indians on Lookout]

[Yaqui Indians on Lookout]

Date: 1910/1920
Creator: Aultman, Otis A.
Description: Photograph of two Yaqui Indians standing atop a small hill partially covered by brush looking off into the distance. Both men are sparsely dressed, wearing only loin cloths, yet they have their rifles ready at hand. Many Yaqui Indians participated in the Mexican Revolution, fighting alongside revolutionaries as they rebelled against the many abuses the Mexican Government had inflicted upon them throughout the years.
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