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Description: Interior of the library at the Doctor's Hospital, founded by Theodore Atlas in the early 1900's. The view includes a table and chairs with a fireplace and...
Description: Interior of the reception room of Dannemora State Hospital, built in 1899 as a mental health facility. The view includes a large painting on the far wall...
Description: Exterior of the Philadelphia Home for Incurables, established in 1877. Nurses stand near a group of patients sitting outside, some in wheelchairs.
Description: Portrait of George Urdang, University of Wisconsin Professor Emeritus of the history of pharmacy and director of the American Institute of the History of P...
Date: 1967 ca.
Description: Worker spraying Elm trees with DDT pumped from a tank hitched to the back of a vehicle equipped with a snow plow.
Description: Mayor Ivan A. Nestingen, seated, receives a $325,000 check as payment for the purchase of the city's contagious hospital at 1954 East Washington Avenue by...
Date: 1893 ca.
Description: Group portrait of the Northern Hospital for the Insane's institutional fire fighting department posed outside the building. Horse-drawn transport cart and...
Description: Exterior of the People's Co-operative Hospital. The view shows a porch and a sign above it. Stairs lead to the main entrance.
Description: Dr. Ruth Foster, left, is shown examaning baby Janet Lee Sommerville while assisted by Nurse H. Anita Anderson as the mother, Mrs. Robert Somerville, looks...
Description: Dr. Jennie Willins McMullen Turner is seated at a desk in her office. This image was made before her goiter operation.
Description: A group attends the ribbon-cutting ceremony for Madison's new store, operated by handicapped people. Gathered in the doorway are Hazel Vivian, 1954 East Wa...
Description: Jesse and Janet Paul, who live across from this barn, at W155 West Bend Road, have been here for 33 years. Jesse has been wheelchair-bound for 11 years.
Description: Exterior view of the Edmund & Ida Hart House (now attached to the Quisling Terrace Apartments) at 412 Wisconsin Avenue featuring window tracery.
Description: Algerian women receiving treatment in a Red Crescent (Red Cross equivalent) tent. One woman nurses a baby. Another woman stands to examine another woman's...
Description: Dr. and Mrs. David Cookson and Shirley Inhorn and Dr. Stanley Inhorn attend their club's annual holiday gathering.
Description: These barn buildings are owned by Ken Schoebel, who lives up the West Bend Road.
Description: Rennebohm drugstore clerk showing male customer a box of Plenamins vitamins.
Description: Governor Albert Schmedeman sitting in a wheelchair smoking a cigarette, following left leg amputation.
Description: Visiting nurse Esther Sorensen changes a wound dressing for patient Connie Taylor who is blind and recovering from a fall.
Description: Mrs. Rena Gigous made 200 cancer dressings in January. The dressings are displayed at Baron's and Yost Kessnichs department stores.
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