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  • Schwartz Sectional System (1910-01-11)
    Pharmaceutical cabinet manufactured by Schwartz Sectional System, Indianapolis, IN. The back of all drawers are stamped "Patented on January 11, 1910" and the phrases "J. A. White, Drugs, Youngstown, Ohio" and "From ...
  • Kennedy, Patrick (2011)
    Dr. Patrick Kennedy served as the company physician for Youngstown Sheet and Tube from 1924 until his retirement in 1961. In this 1975 interview, he talks about his schedule when he first started working at the Sheet and ...
  • Fenton, Ray (2011)
    Soon after graduating from the College of Medicine at The Ohio State University, Dr. Ray Fenton established a private practice in Struthers, OH around 1915. In this oral history, Dr. Fenton describes his first office and ...
  • Tamarkin, Saul (2011)
    In this interview from 1975, Youngstown radiologist Dr. Saul Tamarkin explains the types of x-rays that were common when he began practicing in 1930 and how the art of radiology has progressed.
  • Jacob H. Gemrig (2011-01-31)
    This surgical kit, ca. 1880, includes two Petit's tourniquets, two trephines (used for boring holes into bone, particularly the skull), a large amputation saw, two long amputating knives, a bone saw, two Hey's skull saws, ...
  • J. H. Emerson Co. (1963)
    Respirator (or iron lung) manufactured by the J. H. Emerson Co., Cambridge, MA; rebuilt by Lifecare, Boulder, CO, in 1999; and formerly the property of Respironics, Inc., Murrysville (Pittsburgh), PA. Used chiefly for ...
  • Koch & Sterzel AG (1929)
    This X-ray machine/flouroscope was manufactured by Koch & Sterzel AG of Dresden, Germany in 1929. It consists of numerous parts including table, which could be turned up-right, stand, mahogany and cherry wood cabinet ...
  • WPIC (Radio station) (1952)
    WPIC radio personality Mr. Caldwell interviews several families with children who suffered from polio. The recording also includes the sound of the iron lung respirator. Interview occurs January 23, 1952.

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