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Portrait of Stephanie Talton in a laboratory.

Stephanie Talton, a senior at Hazelwood East Senior High School, worked in the lab of Sherida Tollefsen, M.D., assistant professor of pediatrics, as part of the Minority High School Student Research Apprentice Program. Loading protein samples on to a gel filtration column was just one of her summer tasks. Photograph and caption used in Washington University Record, September 5, 1985.

Group portrait of Barnes Hospital Surgical House Staff.

The photograph is mounted on an album page. Typed caption below the photograph identifies the subjects. Harvey R. Butcher, Jr. is seated in the front row, far right.

Caption, Group portrait of Barnes Hospital Surgical Staff, May 23, 1970, Standing back, left to right: Harry Abramowitz, William Newton, Albert Krause, Rod Haff, John Collins. Sitting front, left to right: Eugene Bricker, Walter Ballinger, Harvey Butcher.

Major Joseph C. Edwards posed in front of the French Foreign Legion gate, Sidi Bel Abbes, Algeria.

Maj. Joseph C. Edwards at the gates of the French Foreign Legion in Sidi Bel Abbes, Algeria. Near Oran, Sidi Bel Abbes was the headquarters of the French Foreign Legion until 1962. The French Foreign Legion was created by Louis Philippe in 1831 and is composed entirely of volunteers of any nationality willing to serve France. Legionnaires reputedly join seeking adventure or to escape their pasts - volunteers are allowed to enlist under an assumed name. After three years of service, a legionnaire can ask for French nationality and may also be entitled to a French resident permit if he has obtained a certificate of satisfactory military service.

View of Bou Hanifia, Algeria.

View of Bou Hanifia, Algeria, 1943. Prominent in the photo are the tower and buildings of the Grand Hotel des Thermes, the hot water spa resort that served as the headquarters for the 21st General Hospital. During its eleven months in North Africa, the 21st General Hospital had many significant achievements. Among the accomplishments of the unit were research work into the care of infectious jaundice patients and the establishment of a venereal disease section, in which the first mass penicillin treatment overseas was effected. The unit also did extensive research in the delayed primary suture of wounds, acrylic skull plates, and early peripheral nerve suture combined with bone shortening operations.

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