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Title: Henry L. Ettman PapersAdd to your cart.
ID: PC/PC003
Extent: 0.6 Linear Feet
Predominant Dates: 1941-1968
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A 1927 graduate of Washington University, Henry L. Ettman (1904-1968) was an inventor and founder of Aloe Scientific, Inc., a manufacturer of medical equipment. Ettman developed several products, among them a knife sharpener and stropper, a micromanipulator and a pipette rotor.

When his company was absorbed by Sherwood Medical Industries, Inc., Ettman was given the title of senior scientist. Ettman was a philanthropist and was particularly noted for his support of the Jewish Hospital of St. Louis.

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Preferred Citation: [Item description, Box number, Folder number], Henry L. Ettman Papers, Bernard Becker Medical Library Archives, Washington University School of Medicine.
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