18 images. War wounded fund distribution (Camp Cooke), 03 April 1952. Private First Class Gerald Rognan (Redwood City) wounded in Korea; Jerry Rognan (brother); Corporal John Arten, Junior (Klamath Falls, Oregon); Corporal Rodolfo P. Hernandez (Fresno); Colonel William A. D. Woolgar (Commanding Officer of Camp Cooke Hospital); Sergeant Ronald Dauzat (3701 South Western Avenue); Colonel Alexander G. Kirby (Camp Cooke Commanding Officer); Private Robert L. Young (Norco); Private First Class William Jones (2222 Budlong Avenue); Private First Class Robert L. Reveles (219 South Manchester); Master Sergeant Pete Gastelum (Barstow); Private Robert Jurasin (Vallejo); Private First Class Tamotsu Kaminako (Santa Maria); Private First Class L. L. Pettit (Rialto); Private First Class Donald Amsden (Inglewood); Private First Class Anthony Hilderdeger (Edgeley, North Dakota); Private First Class Don Crenshaw (Yuma, Arizona); Private First Class Lewis Brown (1242 West 50th Street); Private First Class Bernard Jurick (San Quentin, Colorado); Private First Class Warren J. Bess (3319 North Stevens, San Gabriel).; Caption slip reads: "Photographer: Lapp. Date: 1952-04-04. Reporter: Driscoll. Assignment: War wounded. Camp Cooke. 1/2: Row of veterans looking at $10 bills. 13/14: Private First Class James A. Nevarez, 20; Private First Class John V. Newell, 25; Private First Class Robert Blowen, 23. (For 'Future')".; Supplementary material reads: "Caption material, 'War Wounded Fund distribution, Camp Cooke. All are army men. 3, 35: (Boy at piano). Private First Class Gerald Rognan, Redwood City. Wounded twice in Korea. First time September 13, 1950, shot in leg. Sent back to US, volunteered to return to Korea so he could be with brother, Jerry (who later was killed in action). Wounded again in left hand, which is paralyzed. 9, 10: Corporal John Arten, Jr., Klamath Falls, Oregon. 41, 42: Corporal Rodolfo P. Hernandez of Fresno. Congressional Medal of Honor men, 187th Regiment. Colonel William A. D. Woolgar, Commanding Officer of hospital. 43, 44: Sergeant Ronald Dauzat, 3170 South Western Avenue, Los Angeles; Colonel Alexander G. Kirby, Camp Cooke Commanding Officer; Private Robert L. Young, Norco; Colonel William A. D. Woolgar. 19, 20: Wheel chair brigade: Private First Class William Jones, 2222 Budlong Avenue, Los Angeles; Private First Class Robert L. Reveles, 219 South Manchester, Los Angeles; Master Sergeant Pete Gastelum, Barstow; Private Robert Jurasin, Vallejo; Private First Class Tamotsu Kaminako, Santa maria; Private First Class L. L. Pettit, Rialto; Private First Class Donald Amsden, Inglewood; Private First Class Hilderdeger, Edgeley, North Dakota. 47, 48: Colonel William A. D. Woolgar, Hospital commanding officer; Private First Class Don Crenshaw, Yuma, Arizona; Colonel Alexander G. Kirby, Camp Commanding Officer. 25, 26: Private First Class Lewis Brown, 1242 West 50th Street, Los Angeles; Private First Class Bernard Jurick, San Quentin, Colorado; Private First Class Warren J. Benn, 3319 North Stevens, South San Gabriel".