The previous post on Ethelyn Myers refers to her service at Base Hospital #28, which was created through the University of Kansas School of Medicine. This is a case where there is no sense in rehashing fine work already done. Thanks to the KU Medical Center and the National World War I Museum and Memorial, an excellent history on Medicine in the First World War already exists online.
Centennial Committee member George Thompson worked on this project and is very knowledgeable about the subject. I hope that if I’m doing any injustice to the subject or he has additional information, that he joins us!