Digital.Maag Repository

Photograph Collection

Photograph Collection

 

Recent Submissions

  • Unknown author (9999)
    A portrait of Dr. Irwin Cohen.
  • Unknown author (2014-04-03)
    Blanche Lewis was a nurse at Base Hospital 31, which was established in France during World War I. It was paid for and staffed by volunteers from Youngstown, OH. See other photographs of the hospital in the collection Base ...
  • Unknown author (2014-04-03)
    A group of student nurses stands on the steps of their dormitory, Stambaugh Nurses Home, in their uniforms and capes. The nurses' home was near the Northside Youngstown Hospital.
  • Unknown author (2014-04-03)
    Students from the Youngstown Hospital Association School of Nursing pose in a supply room with clean linens.
  • Unknown author (2014-04-03)
    A group of physicians and one nurse pose outside the newly built Youngstown Hospital circa 1916.
  • Unknown author (2011-01-31)
    This black and white photograph depicts an anesthesiologist anesthetizing a patient using ether. A surgeon, orderly, and several nurses assist in the procedure. This operating room may be the South Unit of Youngstown ...
  • Unknown author (2011-01-31)
    Sepia photograph of an operating room with surgeon and patient. This operating room may be in the South Unit of the Youngstown Hospital Association around 1912.
  • Unknown author (2011-01-31)
    Sepia photograph depicting a doctor in his office during the early 1900s posing with a static machine. Static machines were the earliest electrical generators used for general diagnostic and therapeutic x-ray work for the ...
  • Unknown author (1912)
    This sepia toned photograph depicts the new maternity ward of the South Unit of Youngstown Hospital, also known as South Side Hospital, during 1912.
  • Unknown author (1902)
    This photograph depicts the South Unit of the Youngstown Hospital Association shortly after the construction was completed during 1902.
  • Unknown author (1903)
    Photograph of George Sherman Peck, M.D. with his horse and buggy on a muddy Youngstown street during the early 1900s.