All Black 335 Station Hospital
Carl Scarborough Jenkins was a Battalion Surgeon with the all black 335 Station Hospital.
While on station in Tagap, Burma, Carl spent his spare time taking pictures and developing them. The pictures on this web site have been in a shoe box in the back of a closet all these many years.
Carl died September 11, 2000. He is survived by his wife, Helen Mathis Jenkins, daughter, Carlen J Mandas and grand daughter, Allison Kae Mandas. I'm Carlen's husband, Greg
all images on the web site are (C) copyright Greg Mandas. If you would like to use any of them, please email me at: gmandas @ yahoo.com
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Capt. Carl S. Jenkins
First Lt. Carl S. Jenkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Jenkins, Wilberforce, and assigned to a station hospital in Burma, has been promoted to the rank of captain in the U. S. Army medical corps. Capt. Jenkins has been in the Burma teater seven months.
Before going overseas Capt. Jenkins was at Walter Reed Hospital, Washington D. C., eight months studying tropical diseases, then was assigned to Fort Huachuca, Ariz. After going overseas he was in a hospital in India five weeks studying surgery and fractures.
His wife, the former Miss HElen Mathis, Greenville, Ky., is employed in the administrative office of Bluefield College, Blufield W. Va.
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