The Armed Forces Institute of Pathology: Its First Century, 1862-1962

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Sketch made by Hermann Faber
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Second Wind
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The fourth home of the Museum
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Early dry exhibits in comparative anatomy
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Surgeon David Low Huntington U S Army third Curator of
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Chapter Page
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Dr John Shaw Billings famed Librarian fourth Curator of the Museum
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Foundation and evolution of the microscope collection
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An Ending and A Beginning
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Brig Gen George M Sternberg The Surgeon General of the Army
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Early Xray apparatus at the Medical Museum
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The Walter Reed Chapter
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Figure Page 41 Dr Carlos Juan Finlay
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Lt James Carroll a member of the Yellow Fever Board became sixth Curator of the Army Medical Museum 19021907
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Dr Jesse W Lazear a member of the Yellow Fever Board
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Dr Aristides Agramonte Cuban member of the Yellow Fever Board
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Camp Lazear
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Triumph Over Typhoid
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Maj Frederick F Russell seventh Curator of the Museum 19071913
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Maj Frederick F Russell vaccinating volunteers against typhoid
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World War I typhoid vaccination
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Rented quarters of the Army Medical School in 1910
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Maj Eugene R Whitmore eighth Curator of the Museum 19131915
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Dr Daniel Smith Lamb
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Col Champe C McCulloch Jr ninth Curator of the Museum 1915
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The Museum in a World at
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Two Museums in
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Col William O Owen tenth curator of the Museum 19161919
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Colonel Owens dream of a new Museum and Library building as pictured by Lt Morris L Bower October 1918
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Laboratory of Dr William M Gray
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Motion Pictures
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Instruction Laboratory World War I
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Film dealing with venereal disease produced by the Instruction Labora tory
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Establishment of Anatomical Art Department is announced
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Headquarters for medical art in the Army Medical Museum World War I
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Samples of scenes and messages from lantern slide sets developed for instructional use by the Army Medical Museum
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The Museums Major
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Col Charles F Craig eleventh Curator of the Museum January September 1919
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Maj George R Callender twelfth Curator 19191922 and fourteenth Curator 19241929 of the Museum
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The Great Hall of the Museum in the 1890s
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Gross pathological laboratory Army Medical Museum
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President and Mrs Eisenhower congratulate Mrs Helenor Campbell Wilder
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Maj James F Coupal thirteenth Curator of the Museum 19221924
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Dr Howard T Karsner
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Histopathology and the Museum
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Col James E Ash fifteenth Curator 19291931 twentieth Curator 19371946 and first Director Army Institute of Pathology 19461947
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Maj Paul E McNabb sixteenth Curator of the Museum 19311933
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Maj Virgil H Cornell seventeenth Curator of the Museum 19331935
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More Registries Formed
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Maj T C Jones VC Registrar Registry of Veterinary Pathology Army Institute of Pathology
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Chapter Page
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Figure Page 73 Brig Gen Raymond O Dart eighteenth Curator of the Museum 1935
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Capt Hugh R Gilmore Jr nineteenth Curator of the Museum 1935
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Maj Harry A Davis
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Architects drawing of a new home for the Library and Museum author ized by Congress in September 1941
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Schematic representation of the flow of pathological materials during World War II
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A unit of the Museum and Medical Arts Department of the Museum photographing a diseased native of a tropical isle
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A corner of the exhibits of the Museum as shown in Chase Hall
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New Name New Home New Responsibilities
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Scale model of the new building as planned before the requirement that the structure be blastresistant
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Brig Gen Elbert DeCoursey second Director Armed Forces Institute of Pathology 19501955
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Lt Col Colin F Vorder Bruegge
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Programs for the three ceremonial steps in the erection of the AFIP building
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Turning of the sod
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Clearing the site of the new building
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Excavation troubles
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Cornerstone laying ceremony
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Typical floor plan of new Armed Forces Institute of Pathology building
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Coverage of the dedication ceremonies in the Service Stripe
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President Dwight D Eisenhower dedicates the new building
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Carrying On in the Old Red Brick
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Quarters in the old red brick building in the 1940s
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Mary Frances Gridley
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Samples of the fascicles
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Figure Page 102 Diagnostic consultation under the direction of Dr Hugh G Grady Scientific Director American Registry of Pathology 19491957
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A sample study kit
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President Harry S Truman inspects an Institute exhibit on U S Govern ment hospital services shown at an American Hospital Association meeting
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Antonio Cortizas
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Roy M Reeve
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Aerial view showing the location of the Institute building in relation to the Walter Reed Army Medical Center
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Life in the New Building
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Dr Ernest W Goodpasture first Scientific Director Armed Forces Insti tute of Pathology 19551959
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Capt William M Silliphant MC USN third Director Armed Forces Institute of Pathology 19551959
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Col Joe M Blumberg MC USA Deputy Director 19571963 and Director Armed Forces Institute of Pathology 1963 Scientific Director American Regi...
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Capt Roger H Fuller MC USN Deputy Director Armed Forces Insti
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tute of Pathology 19591963
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Institute of Pathology 19591963
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Dr Robert E Stowell second Scientific Director Armed Forces Institute of Pathology 1959
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Specimens in storage and on display
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Dr Elson B Helwig Chief Department of Pathology Armed Forces Institute of Pathology
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Optical and electron microscopes
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Educational sessions
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Handling radioactive materials
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The evolution of an emblem for the Institute
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Awardwinning exhibits of the Medical Illustration Service
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War surgery told largely in pictures
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Printing the fascicles of the Atlas of Tumor Pathology
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Modern photomicrography apparatus
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Television camera mounted in ceiling of Armed Forces Institute of Pa thology autopsy room
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Col Joseph L Bernier lectures with the use of visual aids
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Into the Second Century
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Threefold mission of the Institute
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The Institute Organization 1962
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The three Surgeons General and The Director AFIP participate in the unveiling of a plaque on 19 July 1962
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Executive officer and administrative staff
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Organizational chart Department of Pathology 1 February 1962
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Department of Pathology staff Professional Divisions
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Figure Page 132 Administrative staff Department of Pathology
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Lawrence W Ambrogi Chief Histopathology Laboratories
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American Registry of Pathology staff
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Medical Illustration Service staff
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Curator and staff of Medical Museum 1962
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Building erected for the Army Medical Museum and the Army Medical Library in 1887
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The Institutes expanding research program
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A A Chronologic Synopsis of Events
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B Board of Governors Armed Forces Institute of Pathology
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الصفحة 15 - Surgeon-General, in 1862, was to issue a circular stating that "as it is proposed to establish in Washington an Army Medical Museum, medical officers are directed diligently to collect and to forward to the office of the Surgeon-General, all specimens of morbid anatomy, surgical or medical, which may be regarded as valuable...
الصفحة 16 - As it is proposed to establish in Washington an Army Medical Museum, medical officers are directed diligently to collect and to forward to the office of the Surgeon-General, all specimens of morbid anatomy, surgical or medical, which may be regarded as valuable ; together with projectiles and foreign bodies removed, and such other matters as may prove of interest in the study of military medicine or surgery.
الصفحة 12 - I firmly believe that if the whole materia medica, as now used, could be sunk to the bottom of the sea, it would be all the better for mankind, — and all the worse for the fishes.
الصفحة 132 - Fever, written in 1853. Forty-seven years later it has been permitted to me and my assistants to lift the impenetrable veil that has surrounded the causation of this most wonderful, dreadful pest of humanity and to put it on a rational and scientific basis. I thank God that this has been accomplished during the latter days of the old century. May its cure be wrought out in the early days of the new!
الصفحة 96 - June 24, 1893, for the purpose of instructing approved candidates for admission to the Medical Corps of the Army in their duties as medical officers.
الصفحة 90 - ... the measurement of the special work of different organs, or in illustrating lectures on physiology. Illustrations of results obtained in experimental pathology often belong quite as much to physiology , as, for example, specimens of results of Gudden's atrophy method. The Army Medical Museum has only a beginning of such an anatomical collection as I have indicated as desirable. Like all other museums, it is richer in specimens illustrating osteology than in any other branch of anatomy, simply...
الصفحة 16 - ... diligently to collect and to forward to the office of the Surgeon-General, all specimens of morbid anatomy, surgical or medical, which may be regarded as valuable ; together with projectiles and foreign bodies removed, and such other matters as may prove of interest in the study of military medicine or surgery. These objects should be accompanied by short explanatory notes. Each specimen in the collection will have appended the name of the medical officer by whom it was prepared.
الصفحة 80 - Library, each of which is believed to be the largest and best of its kind in the world. The...
الصفحة 79 - These valuable collections are now in a building which is peculiarly exposed to the danger of destruction by fire. It is therefore earnestly recommended that an appropriation be made for a new fire-proof building, adequate for the present needs and reasonable future expansion of these valuable collections. Such a building should be absolutely fire-proof; no expenditure for mere architectural display is required. It is believed that a suitable structure can be erected at a cost not to exceed two hundred...
الصفحة 128 - In my opinion this exhibition of moral courage has never been surpassed in the annals of the Army of the United States.

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