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CAPTION. Officials discuss layout of the Marine Barracks at Klamath Falls, 1944. Cmdr. Lowell Coggeshall, the Chief Medical Officer of the “Barracks,” is standing on the right. From 1944 to 1946, the Marine Barracks served as a rehabilitation facilities for Pacific War veterans with filariasis and relapsing malaria. Courtesy of Oregon Historical Society
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Jul 31, 2023
FALLS CHURCH, VA - CAPTION. Officials discuss layout of the Marine Barracks at Klamath Falls, 1944. Cmdr. Lowell Coggeshall, the Chief Medical Officer of the “Barracks,” is standing on the right. From 1944 to 1946, the Marine Barracks served as a rehabilitation facilities for Pacific War veterans with filariasis and relapsing malaria. Courtesy of Oregon Historical Society


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