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With digital objects Vilray P. Blair Photographs and Drawings
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Portrait of Dr. Elisha Hall Gregory by Strauss Studio.

Gregory was a professor of anatomy at the St. Louis Medical College from 1852 to 1867 and later was professor of surgery at the College and Washington University until his death in 1906. Blair had been a student at the St. Louis Medical College when Gregory was on the faculty and was greatly influenced by his conversations with the professor.

Operating room of Vilray P. Blair.

Dr. Vilray P. Blair's plastic surgery amphitheater in the Rand-Johnson surgical wing at Barnes Hospital was specially decorated by artist Gisella Loeffler. This section of the mural depicts a seen reminiscent of the fairy tale "The Town Musicians of Bremen" with a rooster, cat, and dog riding on the back of a donkey.

Loeffler, Gisella

Operating room of Vilray P. Blair.

Dr. Vilray P. Blair's plastic surgery amphitheater in the Rand-Johnson surgical wing at Barnes Hospital was specially decorated by artist Gisella Loeffler. This view of the two story wall of the surgical amphitheater shows illustrations of Jake and the Beanstalk and the Cat and the Fiddle and the Cow jumping over the Moon.

Loeffler, Gisella

Detail of operating room of Vilray P. Blair.

Detail of Dr. Vilray P. Blair's plastic surgery amphitheater in the Rand-Johnson surgical wing at Barnes Hospital, specially decorated by artist Gisella Loeffler. The section of the mural on the second level walkway shows Adam and Eve being expelled from the Garden of Eden.

Loeffler, Gisella

Operating room of Vilray P. Blair.

Dr. Vilray P. Blair's plastic surgery amphitheater in the Rand-Johnson surgical wing at Barnes Hospital was specially decorated by artist Gisella Loeffler. This section of the mural depicts scenes from the fairy tales "The Frog Prince" and "Little Red Riding Hood."

Loeffler, Gisella

Operating room of Vilray P. Blair.

Dr. Vilray P. Blair's plastic surgery amphitheater in the Rand-Johnson surgical wing at Barnes Hospital was specially decorated by artist Gisella Loeffler. This section of the mural depicts a seen reminiscent of the fairy tale "The Town Musicians of Bremen" with a rooster, cat, and dog riding on the back of a donkey.

Loeffler, Gisella

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