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Pittsfield Red Cross Extension Course at Old Maternity Hospital, May 1951

Pittsfield Red Cross Extension Course at Old Maternity Hospital, May 1951 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 30, 1951
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FIRST IN FIRST AID: to the Pittsfield Extension Club belongs the honor of being the first of the farm women's home economics groups to organize a Red Cross first aid study class. Shown above, learning the first lesson at the old maternity hospital building on the campus are, left to right, Mrs. Floyd J. Allen, chairman, of 2960 Saline Rd., Mrs. Carl Ernst, vice-chairman, of 2314 Packard Rd., and the instructor, Mrs. J. M. Manthei, R.N., of 1730 Dexter Ave.

University Of Michigan Maternity Hospital, October 1953

University Of Michigan Maternity Hospital, October 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 14, 1953
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NEW MATERNITY HOSPITAL: Opened in February, 1950, the University Maternity Hospital has a capacity of 74 beds and 40 bassinets. The modern structure has two delivery rooms, one operating room and a large laboratory with facilities for research.

Dr. Robert F. Korns, Dr. Thomas Francis, Jr. and Robert B. Voight during briefing session for newsmen concerning polio vaccine evaluation study, April 1955

Dr. Robert F. Korns, Dr. Thomas Francis, Jr. and Robert B. Voight during briefing session for newsmen concerning polio vaccine evaluation study, April 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 4, 1955
Caption
Lead Salk Vaccine Research: Dr. Robert F. Korns (left), Dr. Thomas Francis, Jr. (center), and Robert B. Voight are shown here during Saturday briefing session for newsmen concerning the procedures of the polio vaccine evaluation study at the University. Dr. Francis directs the study, Dr. Korns is deputy director and Voight is chief statistician.

Dr. Thomas Francis, with file drawers containing statistical medical information, April 1955

Dr. Thomas Francis, with file drawers containing statistical medical information, April 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 4, 1955
Caption
A Long, Sometimes Wearisome Job: Dr. Thomas Francis, Jr., leans somewhat wearily on one of the file drawers containing statistical medical information on the nearly 2,000,000 children involved in the Salk polio evaluation study, which Dr. Francis heads. The files are kept in the University's old Maternity Hospital. Two children of Dr. Jonas Salk of Pittsburgh, originator of the vaccine, were born in the Maternity Hospital where the study is now being carried on.