Miss Anderson with wounded American soldiers.
Miss Mary Anderson visits American wounded back from the western front. Location of events unknown.
World War One; medicine; casualties. Retired American theatre actress Mary Anderson (1859-1940) visits wounded American soldiers back from the Western Front. Opens with title frame saying that. Shot of automobile facing camera; with soldiers standing at side. Miss Anderson; a smiling middle-aged lady; descends from the car; wearing a black hat with lace hanging in back like mourning; fur-trimmed coat; big flowery brooch. She shakes hand of man in wheelchair; as other veterans watch. She shakes hands with several men standing nearby.
CU Anderson with an officer; pan to left a bit. Shot of Anderson meeting nurses; walking along row; pan to right - she turns to another man sitting in a wheelchair; speaks to him. Another shot of Anderson with this man; shaking hands; the first wheelchair - white - vet is next to him; and nurses and other men stand in BG.
She walks to left; shakes hand of other man in chair (again). a couple WAAC's (Women's Auxiliary Army Corps) shake hands with this same guy. CU of him with big smile and laugh; bandages and splints of other soldiers above and behind. Injuries; medical; disabled. Personalities.