The Brady Urological Institute was hardly two years old when its founder, Hugh Hampton Young, was called to apply his specialized skills on the Western Front. The Army Medical Department recruited Young in July of 1917 to head the newly created Division of Urology. The objects in this section relate to different facets of the work of the Division of Urology under Young’s leadership. Click on them to explore how Young and his colleagues worked on issues ranging from treating genito-urinary tract wounds to the challenge of eradicating venereal disease among the troops.