New York. Companions preparing splint and bandage to support broken arm of sea scout. Palisades Interstate Park, N.Y.

Group of young men, possibly Civilian Conservation Corps, demonstrating preparation of a splint and bandage to support a broken arm, at campground alongside a lake in the Palisades Interstate Park in Rockland and Orange County, today known as Bear Mountain State Park and Harriman State Park.
New York State Archives. Education Dept. Division of Visual Instruction. Instructional lantern slides, 1911-1925, A3045-78, QxBp8
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