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Entering the Uranium Tunnel

Date: 1954
Description: Woman on crutches entering the front office of the uranium tunnel to receive a uranium treatment. Several men sitting in front of the storefront on benches...
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Child Welfare Special Vehicle

Date: 1937
Description: Wisconsin State Board of Health's vehicle the "Child Welfare Special".
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Bathing Baby in Tub

Date: 1937
Description: Dr. Hunter of the Wisconsin Board of Health bathes a baby in a tub of water.
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27 Marshall Court

Date: 1958
Description: Exterior of 27 Marshall Court, Doctors Park in Shorewood Hills.
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Marshall Court, Doctors Park and Shorewood Hills

Date: 1958
Description: Marshall Court, Doctors Park and Shorewood Hills.
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Osborne Works Hospital Room

Date: 1913
Description: Hospital room at International Harvester's Osborne Works. The room is equipped with an examination table, portable wash basin, wooden chairs, and jars of m...
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First Aid at Osborne Works Twine Mill

Date: 1910
Description: A nurse treating the hand of a female worker in what appears to be a doctor's office or nurse's station at International Harvester's Osborne Twine Mill. Th...
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Man Having Hand X-Rayed

Date: January 05 1921
Description: A man having his hand x-rayed as another man looks on from behind a shield. The x-ray machine is most likely part of the medical facilities at one of Inter...
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Treating Workers at McCormick Works Hospital

Date: November 04 1914
Description: Medical staff attending to male and female factory workers at International Harvester's McCormick Works. The factory was owned by the McCormick Harvesting...
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Factory Infirmary

Date: March 03 1920
Description: Nurse wrapping the injured arm of a worker in the doctor's office of an International Harvester factory - most likely Osborne Works.
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Physician inside McCormick Works Infirmary

Date: November 05 1919
Description: Factory doctor seated in a doctor's office or first aid station at International Harvester's McCormick Works.
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Bird's-Eye View of Delavan

Date: 1884
Description: Bird's-eye map of Delavan with inset of the State Institute for Deaf and Dumb.
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Veterans Making Poppies

Date: March 30 1936
Description: Elevated view of veterans sitting at individual tables in the occupational therapy room, making poppies in the Wisconsin Memorial Hospital. The hospital is...
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Children at Morningside Sanitorium

Date: June 01 1935
Description: Group portrait of children with tuberculosis and their attendants, and with a man and woman in Salvation Army uniforms, sitting in a classroom at the Morni...
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Hydro-therapy Department at Wisconsin Memorial Hospital

Date: March 04 1932
Description: Military veterans receive therapy in hot water tubs, with George Gardner, director of the hydro-therapy department, Wisconsin Memorial Hospital on Farwell...
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Lake View Tuberculosis Sanatorium

Date: April 29 1931
Description: Two patients in beds at the Lake View TB Sanatorium ward, located at 1202 Northport Drive.
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Lake View Tuberculosis Sanatorium

Date: April 29 1931
Description: View down sunporch towards patients lying in beds at the Lake View Tuberculosis Sanatorium at 1202 Northport Drive.
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Lake View Tuberculosis Sanitarium

Date: April 27 1931
Description: Lake View TB Sanitarium operating room. There is a large window along the back wall.
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Lake View Tuberculosis Sanitarium

Date: April 27 1931
Description: View towards patients in beds, with nurses, on the sun porch at the Lake View Tuberculosis Sanitarium.
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Steam Shovel Excavation

Date: August 28 1929
Description: Steam shovel operators excavate for the construction of the Lake View Tuberculosis Sanitarium boiler house at 1202 Northport Drive.

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