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COLLECTION Identifier: H MS c150

Carl W. Walter papers,

Records in the Carl W. Walter Papers were created by Walter during the course of his career as a medical researcher, founder of Fenwal Laboratories, and member of the Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, faculty. The collection includes: correspondence, photographs, film reels, speeches, meeting minutes, notebooks, and research files.

Dates

  • 1933-1992, 1996 (inclusive).

Language of Materials

Records are in English.

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Extent

65 boxes

Records in the Carl W. Walter Papers were created by Walter during the course of his career as a medical researcher, founder of Fenwal Laboratories, and member of the Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, faculty. The collection includes: correspondence, photographs, film reels, speeches, meeting minutes, notebooks, and research files.

Materials entirely in English.

Biographical Notes

Carl Waldemar Walter was a surgeon, medical inventor, entrepreneur and educational benefactor, who came to Harvard as an undergraduate and stayed on for the remainder of his life. While his most enduring contribution to medicine was the development of the plastic blood bag, his varied interests included infection control, fire prevention, hospital design and medical education. As a clinical professor or surgery, he did not develop a large private practice, but spent his forty-year career on the staff of the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital and on the faculty of the Harvard Medical School. He co-founded Fenwal, Inc. for the production of equipment for temperature sensing and control. The acquisition of Fenwal, Inc. by Kidde Corp. in the 1960s allowed Dr. Walter to devote many years to fundraising efforts for both Harvard Medical School and Harvard University.

Carl was born in Cleveland, Ohio on November 30, 1905, the son of Leda Agatha and Carl Frederick Walter. Upon graduation from Cleveland's West High School, where he concentrated on Latin, chemistry and running track, he was offered scholarships to the University of Michigan and Yale University. A meeting with Dr. Elliott C. Cutler, then professor of surgery at Western Reserve University and chairman of the Harvard Club of Cleveland, convinced him to attend Harvard University.

After graduating with a cum laude degree in 1928 (earned while working at numerous jobs to pay for his education), he was planning on becoming an industrial chemist when Dr. Cutler asked him to apply to Harvard Medical School. He received his M.D. in 1932, and took a surgical residency at the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital where Dr. Cutler was becoming chief of surgery.

It was at the beginning of his residency that Dr. Walter developed his lifelong interest in the prevention of infection. Given the authority by Dr. Cutler to investigate hospital patients and staff as well as the hospital physical plant, Dr. Walter was able to combine his medical knowledge with his chemical and engineering skills to identify the causes of various infectious outbreaks: sewage entering the hospital water supply, endemic carriers of disease on the hospital staff and the use of improperly sterilized surgical instruments. He also developed and patented several devices to help combat infections in hospitals, including a washer-sterilizer for surgical instruments, and time- and temperature-control locks for autoclaves, sterilizers and dishwashers.

Dr. Walter's concern for nosocomial infections evolved into a broader awareness of hospital safety, especially in regard to the use of electrical equipment, and the presence of flammable substances (such as certain anesthetics). He spent many years as the official representative of the American College of Surgeons to the National Fire Protection Association, and was instrumental in formulating electrical codes for hospital power supplies and the regulation of flammable materials.

At the same time as his career at Harvard was evolving, Dr. Walter had a second vocation as an industrialist. Along with two neighbors--an inventive refrigerator technician and a World War I veteran looking for an investment for his military--he founded Fenwal, Inc. Originally a small organization, the company became prosperous during World War II as a supplier of temperature-controlled switches for military aircraft. Later, Fenwal produced fire and explosion suppression systems that were used in buildings, communication satellites and even NASA space vehicles.

Dr. Walter's dual professional lives intersected with the innovative use of plastic for blood collection and storage systems. Although he had been interested in improving upon the inefficient system of glass bottles and rubber tubing then in use since the beginning of his surgical residency, it was not until the development of flexible plastics in the late 1940s that allowed him to create a functional blood bag. The prototype was constructed in his garage over Thanksgiving weekend in 1947, but the bag with its attached needles and tubing (to ensure sterility and prevent clotting) was not patented until 1949. Because of complex issues regarding patenting and ownership of the device and Dr. Walter's academic status (Harvard policy did not permit him to keep the patent rights or to assign the rights to the University), Fenwal, Inc. created a subsidiary, Fenwal Laboratories, Inc., to produce and refine plastic blood collection systems, and to license the technology to other manufacturers.

Although the blood bag was used by the Army during the Korean War, and its development was promoted by the American Red Cross, FDA approval took over ten years. The financial drain of Fenwal Labs, Inc. on its parent company was so great that it had to be sold. While Dr. Walter did not gain any personal financial benefit from his invention, his reputation as an expert on the development of medical and surgical supplies meant that his advice as a consultant was sought by many well-known companies producing everything from surgical drapes to antibiotics. Dr. Walter's willingness to consult on his other areas of expertise led to numerous requests for him to inspect existing medical facilities for infection control and fire safety measures, and to discuss the architecture of new facilities in accordance with the latest innovations in hospital design.

Throughout his career, Dr. Walter's business acumen was utilized by both the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital and Harvard Medical School. At the hospital, he organized the Central Service Department and reformed the hospital's record and patient identification systems. Whenever the hospital added new facilities, Dr. Walter always was sure to voice his opinions on everything from parking facilities to landscaping to ventilation.

After his retirement in 1972, the medical school tapped Dr. Walter to head its Alumni Fund. Thereafter, what had been a well-intentioned but somewhat relaxed fundraising effort became a professional operation with a computerized alumni directory, an elaborate system of class and regional agents, and a new emphasis on corporate donors. During his seventeen years as treasurer and head of the HMS Alumni Fund, Dr. Walter collected more than twenty million dollars, of which he himself contributed eight. Much of Dr. Walter's fundraising was directed towards teaching efforts at the medical school; during his life he not only established a fund to support fellowships for student research and several life income trusts but also created funds for several professorships. In addition, he worked to bring researchers in contact with corporate funding.

Dr. Walter taught courses in asepsis and surgical techniques, gave many lectures and speeches in the U.S. and abroad on varied topics, and produced educational films. He also conducted seminars for operating room nurses in order to acquaint them with the latest techniques for infection control and hospital safety. A vocal proponent of the use of animals in medical education and research, he was involved in efforts both to combat anti-vivisection legislation and to improve the conditions in which laboratory animals were kept.

In addition to his busy professional activities, Carl Walter had a happy home life with his wife, the former Margaret Davis (whom he had known since junior high school in Cleveland), their six children, and a succession of pet dogs, ranging from poodles to Great Danes. Their home in Holliston, Mass., was surrounded by a carefully landscaped collection of trees organized, as Dr. Walter once put it, by “shades of green.”

Carl Waldemar Walter died on May 5, 1992, from complications following a stroke the previous December. He is memorialized by an amphitheater bearing his name in the Medical Education Center at HMS. Even more, he is remembered with gratitude by the thousands of medical personnel he trained in surgery, infection control and fire prevention, and by the millions of people worldwide who have benefitted from blood and parenteral solutions stored in safe, sterile and convenient plastic bags.

Series and Subseries in the Collection

  1. I. Professional Correspondence with Individuals, 1930s, 1938-1991, undated
  2. ___ A. Alphabetical Professional Individual Correspondence, 1938-1991
  3. ___ B. Chronological Professional Individual Correspondence, 1930s-1991, undated
  4. II. Corporate Correspondence, 1935-1991, undated
  5. ___ A. Alphabetical Corporate Correspondence, 1935-1991, undated
  6. ___ B. Chronological Corporate Correspondence, 1935-1991, undated
  7. III. Consultations and Queries Records, 1939-1991
  8. ___ A. Consultations Records, 1939-1991
  9. ___ B. Legal Cases Records, 1951-1991
  10. ___ C. Queries Records, 1950-1988
  11. IV. Meetings, Speeches, Institutes, and Films Records, 1937-1987, undated
  12. ___ A. Meetings and Speeches Records, 1937-1987, undated
  13. ___ B. Operating Room Nurses Institutes, 1942-1960s
  14. ___ C. Films Records, 1957-1980
  15. V. Publications Records, 1932-1990, undated
  16. VI. Harvard Medical School and Harvard University Records, 1938-1991
  17. ___ A. Harvard Medical School Administration Records, 1953-1991
  18. ___ B. Harvard Medical School Fundraising and Alumni Records, 1955-1992
  19. ___ C. Related Harvard Medical School Records, 1950-1991
  20. ___D. Teaching and Coursework Records, 1938-1972
  21. ______ 1. Correspondence and Related Materials, Re: 2nd and 3rd Year Courses, 1943-1972
  22. ______ 2. Evaluations and Grades for 2nd and 3rd Year Courses, 1940s-1969
  23. ______ 3. Related Teaching Notes and Records, 1938-1940s, 1963-1969
  24. ___ E. Harvard University Administration Correspondence and Records, 1951-1991
  25. ___ F. Fundraising Records, 1950-1991
  26. ___ G. Related Harvard University Records, 1957-1992
  27. VII. Peter Bent Brigham Hospital Correspondence and Subject Files, 1933-1991
  28. ___A. Correspondence, 1933-1991
  29. ______ 1. Alphabetical Correspondence, 1933-1991
  30. ______ 2. Chronological Correspondence, 1936-1991
  31. ___ B. Subjects Files, 1938-1989
  32. VIII. Blood Storage, Preservation and Research Correspondence and Records, 1935-1992, undated
  33. ___ A. Individual Correspondence, 1939-1988
  34. ___ B. Corporate Correspondence, 1942-1992
  35. ___ C. Blood Collection and Transfusion, Blood Banking, and Red Cell Storage Correspondence, 1948-1991, undated
  36. ___D. Fenwal, Inc. and Fenwal Industries, Inc. Correspondence and Records, 1935-1991
  37. ______1. Fenwal Laboratories Correspondence and Records, 1941-1988
  38. _________a. Correspondence, 1941-1988
  39. ____________ (1) Alphabetical Correspondence, 1950-1988
  40. ____________ (2) Chronological Correspondence, 1941-1970
  41. _________ b. Reports, 1950-1956
  42. _________ c. Advertising Materials, 1940s-1970s
  43. _________ d. Related Fenwal Laboratories, Inc. Records, 1952-1963, 1983, 1986, undated
  44. ______2. Fenwal, Inc. Correspondence and Records, 1935-1991
  45. _________a. Correspondence, 1935-1991
  46. ____________ (1) Alphabetical Correspondence, 1935-1970
  47. ____________ (2) Chronological Correspondence, 1939-1991
  48. _________ b. Reports and Records, 1950s-1967, 1985, undated
  49. ___E. Blood Collection Systems Patents Correspondence and Records, 1948-1980s, undated
  50. ______ 1. Correspondence and Related Records, 1949-1963, 1980s
  51. ______ 2. Patent Infringement Correspondence and Records, 1951-1964, undated
  52. ______ 3. Notebooks, 1948-1950s
  53. ______ 4. Photographs, 1950s
  54. ______ 5. Miscellaneous Printed Material, undated
  55. ______ 6. Fenwal vs. Abbott Records, 1955, 1957, 1950s
  56. ______ 7. Fenwal vs. Cutter (later Baxter Travenol vs. Cutter) Correspondence, 1961-1968, 1980
  57. ___F. Blood Research Correspondence and Records, 1936-1991, undated
  58. ______ 1. Correspondence, 1951-1991
  59. ______ 2. Research Projects Records, 1936-1963, undated
  60. IX. Research Files, 1935-1991, undated
  61. ___ A. Animals in Medical Research Files, 1938-1939, 1956-1991
  62. ___ B. Infection Control Files, 1952-1991
  63. ___ C. Orthopedic Research Files, 1947-1948, 1950s
  64. ___ D. Renal Dialysis Technology Research Files, 1950-1991
  65. ___ E. Research Grant Materials, 1935-1936, 1949-1972
  66. ___ F. Medical Technology Innovations Records, 1935-1984, undated
  67. X. Personal and Biographical Records, 1930-1932, 1936, 1940s-1991, 1996, undated
  68. ___ A. Appointments, Honors, and Celebrations Records, 1949-1962, 1971-1972, 1984-1986, 1990
  69. ___ B. Biographical Materials and Publications Records, 1936, 1954-1959, 1972, 1973, 1980s, 1996, undated
  70. ___ C. Personal Papers, 1930-1932, 1930s, 1940s-1991
  71. ___ D. Diaries, 1963-1991
  72. XI. Audio and Visual Items, ca. 1940, 1951-1956, 1960, 1970s, 1982, 1987-1991, undated
  73. ___A. Audio Tapes, 1954-1956, 1976, 1979, 1986, 1990, undated
  74. ______ 1. Reel Tapes, 1954-1956, undated
  75. ______ 2. Dictaphone Tapes, undated
  76. ______ 3. Cassettes, 1976, 1979, 1986, 1990, undated
  77. ___B. Photographs and Visual Materials, ca. 1940, 1951, 1953, 1955, 1960, 1970s, 1982, 1987-1991
  78. ______ 1. Glossies, etc., undated
  79. ______ 2. Biographical Material, undated
  80. ______ 3. Diagrams, 1951, 1953, undated
  81. ______ 4. Charts, Blueprints, and Photographs, undated
  82. ______ 5. Negatives and Prints, c. 1940, 1955, undated
  83. ______6. Film and Video, 1960, 1988-1991, undated
  84. _________ a. Large Film Reels, undated
  85. _________ b. Smaller Film Reels, 1960, undated
  86. _________ c. Larger Film Reels, 1990-1991, undated
  87. _________ d. Videotapes, 1988-1990, undated
  88. XII. Miscellaneous Personal Notebooks, Photograph Albums, and Slides, 1970s, 1982, 1987, undated
  89. XIII. Addendum, 1937-1992, undated

Related Collections in the Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine, Center for the History of Medicine

  1. Records of theBrigham and Women's Hospital. BWH c1.
  2. Papers of Elliott Carr Cutler. H MS c170.

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Selected Name Index

(reference corresponds to box and folder number)
Abbott Laboratories 4:29
Adams, C. Carroll 1:1
Adams, Mitchell 27:14
Adams, Ralph 1:2
Advance Floor Machine Company 4:30
Advance Trends, Inc. 4:31
Aesculapian Club 30:2
Albany Hospital 13:19
Albert Einstein College of Medicine 16:5
Albright, Tenley 1:3
Alderson, Rhoades 39:51
Alexander, Edith Louise 1:4
Aliapoulios, Menelaos 1:5
Allbritten, Frank F. 1:6
Allen, Henry F. 1:7
Alsever, John B. 37:13
Altmeier, William 5:3, 4
Altrusa International 16:6
American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons 16:7
American Animal Hospital Association 16:8
American Association for Contamination Control 16:9-11
American Association of Hospital Consultants 4:32; 16:13-15
American Association for Hospital Planning 16:12
American Association of Neurological Surgeons 16:17
American Association for the Surgery of Trauma 16:16
American Blood Commission 38:25
American Board of Surgery 4:33
American College of Cardiology 16:18
American College of Surgeons 4:34-45; 5:1-8; 16:19-71; 61:1, 2
American Cyanamid 5:9, 10
American Federation of Crime 5:11
American Hospital Association 5:12; 17:1-16
American Institute of Architects 17:17-19
American Institute of Chemical Engineers 17:20
American Institute of Electrical Engineers 17:21
American Institute of Laundering 5:13
American Journal of Surgery 5:14
American Medical Association 5:15; 17:22; 28:9
American Medical Instrument Co. 5:16
American National Red Cross 17:23
American Nurses Association 17:24
American Public Health Association 17:25
American Red Cross 38:26-32
American Society of Anesthesiologists 17:26
American Society for Experimental Pathology 5:17
American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers 17:27
American Society of Mechanical Engineers 17:28
American Society of Microbiologists 17:29,30
American Society of Safety Engineers 17:31
American Society of Tool and Manufacturing Engineers 17:32
American Sterilizer Co. 5:18; 17:33
American Surgical Association 5:19-21; 38:33; 61:3, 4
American Surgical Trade Association 5:22
Anesthesia and Analgesia 5:23
Anesthesiologists Associated 13:20
Angelica Uniform Company 5:24
Angell Memorial Animal Hospital 17:34
Anna Jacques Hospital 13:21
Annals of Surgery 5:25
Antara Products 5:26
Archives of Surgery 5:27, 28
Arianne Foundation, Inc. 61:6
Armour & Company 5:29, 30
Arnar-Stone Laboratories, Inc. 5:31
Arthur D. Little, Inc. 5:32; 42:15
Artz, Curtis 1:8
Aseptic-Thermo-Indicator Co. 5:33
Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation 17:37-41
Association of Operating Room Nurses 17:42-49; 20:70
Atlanta Graduate Medical Assembly 17:50
Ault, Lynn L. 1:9
Axelrod, Paul 1:10
B. T. Babbit, Inc. 5:34
Baden, Paul 14:81
Bakelite Corporation 38:34
Banks, Henry 1:11
C.R. Bard, Inc. 5:35
Bard-Parker, Inc. 5:36
Barker, Wiley 1:12
Barns-Ely Company 5:37
Barrett, John 33:1
Baxter Laboratories, Inc. 38:35-52; 39:1-6
Baylor University 20:71
Beattie, Edward J. 1:13
Beck, Carl E. 1:14
Beck, William C. 1:15
Becton Dickinson Acute Care/Becton Dickinson & Co. 5:38-40; 17:51, 52
Belilove, Saul 1:16
Bellamy, David 11:7-9
Beltramini, Henry 33:2, 3
Bennett, Edward V. 1:17
Bergland, Richard 1:18, 19
Berk, Harold 1:20
Berry, George P. 27:15
Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts 13:22; 39:7
Beth Israel Hospital, Newark, New Jersey 13:23
Better-Built Machinery Corporation 5:41
Betz Laboratories, Inc. 5:42
Beverly Hospital 13:24
Bialer Memorial Fund 28:26
Biernacki-Poray, W.O. 1:21
Bild, Charles E 1:22
Bill, Alexander 1:23
Blodgett, James 1:24
Bloom, O.I. 1:25
Blowers, Robert 1:26
Blumenthal, David 33:4
Bock, J.C. 1:27
Bok, Derek 32:8-10
Boland, Michael 32:14
Border, John R. 1:28
Bosher, Lewis H. 1:29
Boston City Hospital 13:25
Boston Lying-In Hospital 13:26
Boston Medical Library 5:43
Boston Orthopedic Club 5:44
Boston Psychopathic Hospital 13:27
Boston State Hospital 13:28
Boston Surgical Society 5:45; 17:56; 61:13
Boston University School of Nursing 17:57
Boucher, Annie 1:30
Bowie, J.H. 1:31
Boylston Medical Society 17:58
Bradham, Joseph W. 14:82
Brand, Peter 33:5, 6
Brault, Albert D. 15:2
Braunwald, Eugene 33:7
Bray, David 27:16
Breinig Brothers, Inc. 5:46
Bremer, J.K. 37:14
Bristol Laboratories/Bristol Meyers Co. 5:47
Brookline Instrument Co. 6:1
Brooklyn-Cumberland Medical Center 13:29
Brooklyn Surgical Society 17:59
Brooks, John R. 33:8
Brown, William H. 1:32
Brucer, Marshall 1:33
Bruch, Carl 1:34
Bruner, John M.R. 1:35
Brunswick Corporation 6:2
Burke, John 1:36
Burlington Blended Fabrics 6:3
Burroughs Wellcome & Co. 6:4
Butterworths Publishers 6:5
Button, Lawrence N. 42:16-24; 43:1-14; 61:15, 16
Cabell Huntington Hospital 13:30
Calgon Incorporated 6:6, 7
California, University of, Los Angeles 17:60; 20:72
Calthrop, M. 1:37
Cambridge City Hospital 17:61; 30:14
Cambridge Medical Improvement Society 17:62
Campbell, F. Lee 14:83
Campbell, Horace 1:38
Canadian Medical and Biological Engineering Society 17:63
Cannon, Bradford, Research Fund 28:27
Cannon, Walter B. 47:28
Cape Cod Hospital 13:31
Capitano, Francis G. 1:39
Carney Hospital 13:32; 17:64
Carter, Archibald E. 1:40
Cary Instruments, Ltd. 6:8
Cass, Victoria 33:9-11
Castle, Harvard 11:10-14
Castle, John 11:15
Castle, John, Jr. 11:16
Castle, Richard 11:17-19
Castle, W.V. 11:20-24
Catholic Hospital Council 17:65
CBR Laboratories 61:17
Cedars General Hospital 13:33
Cedars-Sinai Hospital 13:34
Celluloid Corporation 6:9
Center for Applied Regional Studies 6:10
Center for Blood Research 39:8-22
Centers for Disease Control 17:66
Central Chemical Company, Inc. 6:11
Central Maine General Hospital 17:67
Central New York Surgical Society 17:68, 69
Central Service Association of Ontario 17:70
Cheever, David 33:12
Cheever Professorship Fund 28:28
Children's Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts 6:12; 13:35; 17:71, 72
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia 61:18
Children's Hospital, San Francisco, California 17:73
Children's Memorial Eospital 17:74
Chisholm, Tague 1:41-43
Chiteri, Mahesh Ketheri 1:44
Ciba Foundation 6:13
Cincinnati Academy of Medicine 17:75
Claff, Lloyd C. 46:55
Clay-Adams Co., Inc. 6:14
Clinton Sales Company, Inc. 6:15
Cochrane, David 1:45
Cohn, Edwin J. 37:15
Collison Surgical Products 6:16
Colson-Merriam Company 6:17
Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons 17:76
Columbia University, School of Public Health 17:77, 78
Committee on Hospital Operating Rooms 4:36
Committee on the Operating Room Environment 4:42-45
Community Hospital at Glen Cove, New York 13:36
Comploier, Frank C. 39:52
Conant, James B. 32:11
Conductive Hospital Accessories Corporation 6:18
Congress of Neurological Surgeons 17:80
Connecticut chemical Research Company 6:19
Consumer Reports 6:20
Convertors, Inc. 6:21
Cook, John 1:46
Cook-Waite Laboratories, Inc. 6:22
Cooper, Theodore 1:47
Copley Hospital 13:37
Corn Products Sales Company 6:23
Cornell University Hospital for Special Surgery 13:38
Corning Glass Works 40:28
Corriera-Branco, Manuel 1:48
Cottage Hospital 13:39
Couch, Nathan 33:13, 14
Countway Library 30:22-25
Cox, Loren D. 1:49
Crosby, William 38:4
Cummins, Marilyn 33:15
Cutler, Elliott Carr 33:16-35
Cutler, Elliott Carr, Fund for Surgery 28:29
Cutler, Robert 38:5
Dahl, Norman C. 1:50
Davidson, Charles S., Fund 28:30
Davies, David M., Financial Aid Fund 28:31
Davies-Young Soap Co. 6:24
Davis Clinic 13:40-43
Davis, Hamilton S. 1:51
Davis, Herbert L. 38:6
Dee Memorial Hospital 13:44
Deknatel & Son, Inc. 6:25
Delacour, Percival H. 1:52
Dennis, Clarence 1:53; 61:19
Department of Defense 46:38
DePaul Hospital 13:45
Derrick, William S. 1:54
Desautels, Robert E. 1:55
Deseret Medical, Inc. 6:26
Deseret Pharmaceutical Company 61:20
Diack, A.W. 1:56, 57
Diack Sterilizer Controls 6:27
Diamond, Louis K. 38:7
Disbro, Proctor P. 1:58
Diversey Corporation 6:28
Doctor's Hospital 13:46
Dodge, Arnold 61:22
Domser, Reams 1:59
Downstate Medical Center, State University of New York 18:1
Dunham, Theodore, Jr. 1:60
Dunphy, J. Englebert 1:61
DuPont, Plastics Department 6:29
Earl, Robert 39:53
East Orange General Hospital 13:47
Eastcott, Felix 1:62
Ebert, Robert 27:17
Ecker, Enrique E. 1:63
Ecker, Paul G. 1:64
Economy Club 18:2
Ehrenkranz, N. Joel 1:65
Eisenberg, Leon 1:66
Ejarque, Peter 1:67
Electro Systems, Inc. 6:30
Electronic Wave Products 39:23
Emanuel Hospital 13:48
Emerson, J.H. 1:68
Englewood Hospital 13:49
Envirologic Data 6:31
Eraklis, Angelo 1:69
Errera, Dorothy Wysocki 1:70
Ethicon, Inc. 39:24-26
Evanston Hospital Association 13:50
Falmouth Hospital Association 18:3
Faulkner Hospital 13:51
Fautox, Mercier 1:71
Favour, Cutting B. 1:72
Fay School 6:32
Federal Trade Commission 6:33
Federman, Daniel D. 27:18
Feldberg, Theodora 1:73
Fenn, T. Legaré 40:29
Ferguson, Albert B. 1:74
Fitzgerald, G. Edward 14:80
Fitzgerald, Patrick 1:75
Fitzsimmons Army Hospital 18:4
Florida, University of, Gainesville, Florida 13:52
Folkman, Judah 2:1
Food and Drug Administration 6:34; 18:5
Framingham Union Hospital 13:53; 18:6
Fuchs, Erwin 2:2
Fulton, John F. 2:3
Furste, Wesley 2:4
Geigy Industrial Chemicals 6:35
General Electric Company 39:27
General Electric Corporation 6:36
General Medical Equipment Corp. 6:37
Georgetown University Medical Center 13:54
Georgia Baptist Hospital 13:55
Geyer Chemical Engineering Corporation 6:38
Gibson, John G. 38:8-14
Gifford, Darrel L. 11:25-29
Giurca, Ileana 2:5
Givaucan-Delawanna, Inc. 6:39
Glens Falls Academy of Medicine 13:56
Glimp, Fred L. 32:15
Goddard Hospital 13:57
Goldberg Associates 6:40
Goodall Hospital 13:58
B. F. Goodrich Company 6:41
Goodrich, Edward O., Jr. 2:6
Gordon Armstrong Company, Inc. 6:42
Grace Hospital, Detroit 61:25
Grantor Lead Trust 28:17
Grasslands Hospital 14:77
Gray, J.D. Allan 2:7
Gregory, Clinton B. 39:54
Greppin, E.H. 2:8, 9; 11:30, 31
Gross, Robert E., Professorship Fund 28:32
Gudebrod Bros. Silk Co., Inc. 6:43
Gunner, David 2:10
Donald Guthrie Medical Center 18:8
Hamilton Laboratories, Inc. 6:44
Hammond, William G. 2:11
Hanna, Bruce 43:15
Harken, Dwight 33:36
Harrington Hospital 13:59
Harrison, J. Hartwell 33:37
Hartford Company 6:45
Hartford Hospital 18:9
Harvard Club 32:30
Harvard Medical School 18:10-13
Harvard Medical School Alumni Fund 27:37-58
Harvard Odontological Society 18:14
Harvard University Animal Committee 44:1-3
Harvey Sterilizer 6:46
Hassan, William E. 33:38-40
Hawes, Lloyd 33:41
Hawn, Clinton VanZandt 2:12
Health Education and Welfare, Department of 6:47-50; 18:15
Health Research Foundation of Massachusetts, Inc. 44:8, 9
Heigate Products 6:51
Herbert, J. Kingston 28:18
Herculite Protective Fabrics Corporation 6:52
Herzlinger, Regina 2:13
Hewson Company, Inc. 6:53
Highland Park Hospital 13:60
John W. Hill Foundation 18:16
Hill, Thomas H. 33:42
Hinsdale Hospital 13:61
Hoag, Alden 2:14
Hoffmann Advertising 6:54
Hojel, Richard C. 2:15
Hoover Company 6:55
Hospital Bureau, Inc. 6:56
Hospital Bureau of Standards 6:57-63
Hospital Laundry Association Inc. 6:64-70
Hospital Management 6:71
Hospital Progress 6:72
Hospital Sanitation Equipment Corporation 6:73
Hospital Topics 6:74-76
L'Hotel-Dieu de Levis 13:62
Howard University College of Medicine 18:17
Howland, Joseph B. 33:43
Hoxworth, Paul 38:15
Harvey Hubbell, Inc. 7:1
Hufnagel, Charles 2:16
Hume, David 2:17
Hutchinson Products Corporation 7:2
Hyland Laboratories 7:3
Indianapolis General Hospital 13:63
Industrial Instruments Inc. 7:4
Infections in Surgery 7:5
Ingraham, Franc 2:18
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers 18:18-20
Institute of Sanitation Management, New York Chapter 18:21
Institute for Total Safety 18:22
Interlux Corporation 7:6
International Anesthesia Research Society 18:23, 24
International College of Angiology 18:25
International College of Surgeons 18:26, 27
International Colloquium on Resistant Infections 18:28
International Conference on Hyperbaric Medicine 18:29
International News Photos 39:28
International Safety Academy 7:7
International Society of Blood Transfusion 18:30, 31
International Society of Hematology 18:32
International Society of Surgery 18:33, 34
Iowa Lutheran Hospital 13:64
Irons & Company 7:8
ITT Laboratories 7:9
Jackson, Geoffrey G. 33:44
Jackson, Joan T. 2:19
Jackson Memorial Hospital 13:65
Jacobs, Robert Hyde, Jr. 2:20
Janeway, Charles A. 38:16
Japan Industrial Planning Association 18:35
Javett, Stanley 2:21
Jefferson Medical College 7:10; 18:36,37
Jefferson, Mildred Fay 2:22
Jelenko, Carl, III 2:23
Jessiman, Andrew 33:45
Jewett, John F. 2:24
Johnson & Johnson 18:38
S. C. Johnson, Inc. 7:11-18
Joint Blood Council 39:29
Joint Commision on Accreditation for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation 7:21
Jones, Everett W. 2:25
Joseph, Neil 2:26
Journal of American Medical Association 7:22-27
Kagey, Karen S. 33:46
Kansas City Neurological Society 18:39
Kansas, University of, Medical Center 18:40
Katz, Eli 2:27
Kearney, Justin M. 2:28
Keeley, John L. 2:29
Kellogg Company 39:30
Kellogg, Donald A., Memorial Fund 29:1
Kendall Company 7:28
Kent County Medical Society 18:41
Kent County Memorial Hospital 14:1
Kethley, T.W. 2:30
Kennedy, Michael 2:31
Kidde, Inc. 7:29
Kilburn Mill 7:30
Kinney, Esther 33:47
Kinney, John 2:32
Klenzade Products, Inc. 7:31
Knox, Robert 2:33
Kolff, Willem J. 44:29-31
Krakowka, George 2:34
Kulick, George 2:35
Kundsin, Ruth B. 44:17-25; 62:4-7
Kunz, Alexandra 2:36
Labcore, Inc. 7:32
Laconia Hospital 14:2
Lakeville State Hospital 14:3
Lamco Chemical Co., Inc. 7:33
Laufman, Harold 2:37
Lavovich, Gladys 2:38
Lawrence and Memorial Associated Hospitals 14:4
Lawrence General Hospital 14:5
Lawrence Memorial Hospital 14:6
Leeds & Northrup Company 7:34
Lehn & Fink Products Corp. 7:35
Leeming, Michael N. 2:39
Lennox Industries, Inc. 7:36
Leonard Morse Hospital 14:7
Lever Brothers Company 7:37
Lewis Laboratories, Inc. 7:38
Liljestrand, Robert H. 2:40
Linane Scholarship Fund 29:2
Lipari, Michael 2:41
J.B. Lippincott Company 7:39
Litton, Adrian 2:42
Litwin, Martin 2:43-45
Loughren, Louis B. 15:3
Lowell, J. Drennan 62:8
Lowrey, John J. 2:46
Lucey, Paul 2:47
Ludlow Hospital 14:8
Lund, Charles 38:17
M & T Chemicals Inc. 7:38
Macalaster Bicknell 40:30
MacCready, Robert A. 2:48
MacGregor, Charles A. 2:49
MacGregor Instrument Company 7:41
MacMahon, R.P. 2:50
E. F. Mahady Company 7:42
Maimonides Hospital of Brooklyn 14:9
Maine Medical Center 14:10, 11
Mallinckrodt Chemical Works 7:43
Malt, Ronald A. 2:51
Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital 14:12
Mannick, John A. 34:1
Manual of Drugs and Diseases 7:44
Market Forge Company 7:45
Marlow, F. William, Jr. 2:52
Marquette General Hospital 14:15
Marsh, Frank 2:53
Marty, Alan 2:54
Massachusetts Committee on Fractures and Other Trauma 4:35
Massachusetts Department of Health, Advisory Committee on Surgical Devices 7:46
Massachusetts Department of Public Health 18:42
Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary 14:14
Massachusetts General Hospital 14:15
Massachusetts Institute of Technology 7:47; 14:16; 18:43-45
Massachusetts Medical Service 7:48
Massachusetts Medical Society 7:49,50; 18:46-50; 39:31,32; 62:9
Massachusetts Safety Council 18:51
Massachusetts Society for Medical Research, Inc. 44:4-7; 62:10
Massachusetts Society of Pathologists 18:52
Massachusetts State Laboratory Institute 30:30
Massachusetts, University of, Medical School Teaching Hospital 14:17
Matthews Research, Inc. 7:51
McDonald, D. Lloyd 15:6
McLean, James 2:55
McMurray, James 2:56
M.D. 7:52
Mead Johnson & Co. 7:53
Meadow, Henry C. 27:19
Medafab Corporation 8:1
Medical Letter 8:2
Medical Plastics Corporation of America 8:3
Mee, Michael 2:57
Meleney, Frank 2:58
Mellon, William L. 2:59
Memorial Center for Cancer and Allied Diseases 14:18
Memorial Hospital, New York 18:53
Memphis Otologic Clinic 14:19
Mended Hearts Convention 18:54
Mercy Hospital, Bakersfield, California 14:20
Mercy Hospital, Darby, Pennsylvania 14:21
Mercy Hospital, Portland, Maine 14:22
Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland 18:55
Mercy Hospital, Rockville Center, New York 14:23
Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 18:56
Merkert, George L. 2:60
Merril, John P. 34:2
Michigan Society of Architects 18:57
Michigan, University of, Ann Arbor 18:58,59
Michigan, University of, School of Public Health 8:4
Microban Products Co. 8:5
Middlesex North Medical Society 18:60
Mid-Hudson Surgical Society 18:61
Milford Hospital 8:6; 18:62
Millipore Filter, Inc. 8:7
Mills, Randy 2:61
Milton Hospital 14:24
Minneapolis Surgical Society 18:63,64
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Company 8:8
Minnesota, University of, Medical School 14:25
Miriam Hospital 18:65
Modern Hospital 8:9,10
Modern Medicine 8:11
Moll, Thomas M. 15:4
Monmouth Memorial Hospital 14:26
Montefiore Hospital 18:66
Montefiore Medical Center 14:27
Monteith, Dorothy 2:62
Montreal Neurological Society 18:67
Moog Servocontrols, Inc. 8:12
Moore, Francis D. 34:3-28
Morgenstierne, Calle 2:63
Morristown Memorial Hospital 14:28
Morse, Allan R. 2:64
Morton Hospital 14:29
Morton, L. 39:55
Moseley, Roger V. 38:18
Mote, John 2:65,66
Mount Auburn Hospital 14:31
Mount Sinai Hospital, Los Angeles, California 18:68
Mountainside Hospital 14:30
Munster, Andrew M. 2:67
Murphy, William P., Jr. 2:68
Murray, John M. 2:69
Murray, Joseph E. 34:29
Murray, Joseph E., Professorship Fund 29:3
Mussells, F. Lloyd 34:30
Nashua Memorial Hospital 14:33
National Academy of Sciences/National Research Council 8:13-32; 19:1-19; 39:34,35; 62:17
National Association of Sanitarians 18:20
National Commission on Product Safety 8:33
Naitonal Conference on Electronics in Medicine 19:21
National Conference on Institutionally Acquired Infections 19:22
National Electrical Manufacturers Association 8:34
National Fire Protection Association 4:36-38,41; 9:1-22; 19:23,24
National Institutes of Health 10:1; 39:33
National Planning Conference on Designing for Asepsis 19:25
National Safety Council/National Safety Congress 19:26
Nemiah, John C. 30:31
Nesson, H. Richard 34:31
Nevada State Medical Association 19:27
New Bedford Medical Society 19:28
New Brunswick Scientific, Co., Inc. 10:2
New England Association of Blood Bank Directors 19:29
New England Council of Hospital Pharmacists 19:30
New England Deaconess Hospital 14:34
New England Hospital Association 19:31,32
New England Hospital Institute 19:33
New England Journal of Medicine 10:3-5
New England Medical Center 14:35
New England Postgraduate Assembly 19:34
New England Regional Primate Research Center 44:10-12
New England Seminar on Hospital Design 19:35
New England Surgical Society 10:6; 19:36,37
New England Transfusion Society 39:36
New England Urological Society 19:38
New Jersey State Nurses Association 19:39
New York Academy of Medicine 19:41
New York State Department of Health 19:42
New York State Health Conference 19:43
New York, State University of, Stonybrook Health Sciences Center 14:36; 19:44
Newhouser, Lloyd R. 38:19
Newton, Francis C. 34:32
Newton, Harlan 47:28
Newton-Wellesley Hospital 19:40
Nicholson, Morris 2:70
Nocka, Paul 2:71
Norfolk District Medical Society 19:45
Norman, Jacque B. 2:72
Norman, Kay 2:73
North Adams Hospital 14:37
Northern Westchester Hospital 14:38
Northwest Electric Light and Power Association 19:46
Northwestern Hospital 14:39
Noyes, Dorothy 2:74
Nulsen, Frank E. 2:75
Nunemaker, John C. 30:32
Nu-Towell Company 10:7
Nye, Russell 2:76
Office of Civil Defense 19:47
Ogden Surgical Society 19:48
Ohio State Nurses Association 19:49
Ohio Valley Medical Center 14:40
Olendzki, Richard 2:77; 27:20
Olney, William 32:16
Olsson, Allan 27:21
Olsson, Olle 2:78
Onassis Foundation 28:19
Operating Room Nurses Institute 20:70-75; 21:1-7
Orange County Health Department 14:41
Oregon, University of, Medical School Hospital 14:42
Osteopathic Hospital of Maine 19:50
Overseas Press Club 19:51
Owen, Kenneth 44:28
Palomar Memorial Hospital 14:43
Pantex Manufacturing Corporation 10:8
Parenteral Drug Association 20:1
Parenteral Nutrition--An International Symposium 20:2
Patterson, L.M. 2:79
Payne & Associates 10:9
Pearson's Antiseptic Company Ltd. 10:10
Pelton & Crane Co. 10:11
Pennsylvania Engineering Co. 10:12
Pennsylvania, Medical Society of the State of 20:3
Pennsylvania Society of Architects 20:4
Perry Chemical Company 10:13
Phaneuf, Madeleine 2:80
Phillips & Phillips Co. 10:14
Phillips, Anne W. 2:81
Phillips Exeter Academy 20:5
Phoenix Associates 10:15
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 10:16
Plechas, N. Peter 2:82
Poitras, E.J. 40:31
Polk County Medical Society Meeting 20:6
Polk, Rothwell C. 2:83
Pondville Hospital 14:44
Porter, Dorothy 29:5
Power Engineering Company, Inc. 10:17
Pratt Diagnostic Clinic 20:7
Pre- and Postoperative Care Committee 5:1-8
Presbyterian-St. Luke's Hospital 20:8
Pressley, T.A. 2:84
Proctor Fund 46:39
Progressive Architecture 10:18
Prophylactic Brush Company 10:19,20
Providence Medical Association 20:9
Providence Surgical Society 20:10
Prusky, Paul 28:20
Pryor, June 2:85
Purdue Frederick Company 10:21
Pusey, Nathan 32:12
Putnam Memorial Hospital 14:45
Quigley, T.B. 34:33
Quinby, William C. 34:34
Quincy City Hospital 14:46
Ravdin, I.S. 38:20
Ravenna Metal Products Corporation 10:22
Read, Raymond 42:16
Reader's Digest 10:23
Rees, W. Skyrme 2:86
Reheis Company, Inc. 10:24
Research Therapeutics, Fund for 29:4
Rexair 10:25
Rice, Frank L. 11:32-39
Richmond Corporation 10:26
Rhode Island Medical Society 20:11
RN 10:27
Rob, Charles G. 20:73
Robert Breck Brigham Hospital 14:47
Robin International 10:28
Robson, Norman S. 11:40-44
Roche-Organon Inc. 10:29
Rochester General Hospital 14:48
Rochester, University of, Strong Memorial Hospital 14:49
Rochow, Eugene 38:21
Rodzenko, Michael 34:35
Royal Society for the Promotion of Health 20:12
Rudenstein, Neil 32:13
Russell and Associates 10:30
Rutgers University Hospital 14:50
Sack, Theodore 38:22
Saginaw General Hospital 14:51
St. Catherine's Hospital 14:52
St. Elizabeth's Hospital 14:53
St.-Jacques, E. 3:1
St. Joseph's Hospital, Nashua, New Hampshire 14:54
St. Joseph's Hospital, Toronto, Ontario 14:55
St. Luke's Hospital 14:56
St. Vincent's Hospital, Bridgeport, Connecticut 14:57
St. Vincent's Hospital, Portland, Oregon 14:58
St. Vincent's Hospital, Worcester, Massachusetts 14:59
Salem Hospital 14:60; 20:13
Saltonstall, Robert 27:22
Sanitized, Inc. 10:31
Scalebuoy Company 10:32
Schambelan, Howard L. 15:1
Scher, Stephen 3:2
Schienberg, I. Herbert 38:23
Julius Schmid, Inc. 10:33
Schnelle, Gerry 3:3
Schultheiss, Robert 39:56
Scientific Information Bureau, Inc. 20:15
Scott Paper Company 10:34
Seamans & Cobb Company 10:35
Seaside Memorial Hospital 14:61, 79
Semple, R.J. 39:57
Sereda, P.J. 3:4
Servicemaster Hospital Corporation 10:36
Sewickley Valley Hospital 14:62
Shaddy, Phillip 3:5
Sharpe and Dohme 20:16
Shelanski, Herman 3:6
Sherlock, Smith, & Adams 20:74
Sherman, Lawrence F. 3:7
Sherman, Lawrence F. 3:7
Shillito, John 3:8
Sigma Xi 32:42
Simons, R.F. 39:58
Sindar Corporation 10:37
Skidmore College 20:17
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill 10:38
Skylar Manufacturing Company 10:39
Smalley, Harold 3:9
Smith, George V. and Olive W., Fund 29:4
Herman Smith, M.D., The Firm of 10:40
Smith, Kline & French 10:41
Smith and Underwood 10:42
Smith, Warwick 3:10
Smyth, Francis Scott 3:11
Snieszko, S.F. 3:12
Snow, John C. 3:13
Snowden-Pencer Corporation 10:43
Snyder, John D. 3:14
Society of Fire Protection Engineers 20:18,19
Society of Industrial Microbiologists 20:20
Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers 20:21
Sosman, Merrill 34:36
South Saskatchewan Hospital Centre 14:63
Spaulding, Earle H. 3:15
Spellman, Mitchell 27:23
SRS Consultants, Inc. 10:44
Standard Scientific Supply Corporation 10:45
Stare, Frederick J. 3:16
Stead, Eugene, Jr. 3:17
Sterilon Corporation 10:46
Sterner, John 3:18
Steroxomatic 12:2
Stevens Companies 10:47
Stillman, James 28:8
Storkerson, John 3:19; 40:32
Storm, Elsa 34:37
Strumia, Max 38:24
Stumpf, Felix 3:20
Sturdy Memorial Hospital 20:23
Surface Combustion Corporation 10:48,49
Surgery 10:50
Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics 10:51,52
Surgical Infection Society 10:53-55; 20:24-30
Surgicot, Inc. 10:56
Swann, Tom 3:21
Swenson, Orvar 3:22; 29:7
Sylvania Electric Products, Inc. 10:57
Syracuse University Research Institute 10:58
Taplin, Edward Hood, Professorship 29:8
Taplin, John 3:23
Tashiro, Ikuko 3:24
Tashjian, Rose 34:38
Tate, Norman 3:25
Taylor, Walter 3:26
Thomas Hospital 14:64
Charles C. Thomas Publishers 10:59
Thompson, Kenneth 34:39
Thorn, George 34:40
Thurston, Robert 39:59
Tilney, Nicholas 34:41
Time Magazine 10:60
Tinker, Betty 3:27
Tosteson, Daniel C. 27:24-36
Tower Company, Inc. 10:61
Townsend, Irving U. 41:3
Townsend, Robert A. 41:4
Toyad Corporation 10:62
Travenol Laboratories, Inc. 10:63
Turenne, W.J. 40:33
Turenne, Wilfred J., Professorship of Surgery 29:9
Underwriter's Laboratories 10:64
U.S. Army Medical Research and Development Command 46:40
U.S. Naval Hospital, USNB Chelsea, MA 20:32
U.S. Naval Hospital, USNB Newport, RI 20:33
U.S. Naval Hospital, USNB Portsmouth, NH 14:65; 20:34
U.S. Naval Hospital, USNB Portsmouth, VA 20:35
United States Pharmacopeia 10:65
United States Rubber Company 10:66
University of Illinois Hospitals 20:8
Upjohn Company 10:67
Upstate Medical Center, State University of New York 20:40
Vandam, Leroy D. 34:42
Veech, Richard L. 44:32-45; 45:1-21
Vela, Roland 3:28
Vernstrom, Dorothy 34:43
Vestal, Inc. 10:68
Veteran's Administration, Washington D.C. 14:66
Veteran's Administration Center Los Angeles, California 14:67
Veteran's Administration Center Togus, Maine 14:68
Veteran's Administration Hospital Albuquerque, NM 14:69
Veteran's Administration Hospital Buffalo, NY 39:37
Veteran's Administration Hospital Coral Gables, FL 20:41
Veteran's Administration Hospital Jamaica Plain, MA 14:70
Veteran's Administration Hospital Lincoln, Nebraska 20:42
Veteran's Administration Hospital Providence, RI 14:71; 20:43
Veteran's Administration Hospital Rutland Heights, MA 20:44,45
Veteran's Administration Hospital San Fernando, CA 20:46
Veteran's Administration Hospital West Haven, CT 20:47
Veteran's Administration Hospital West Roxbury, MA 14:72
Veterans' Administration, Office of the Area Medical Director, Boston, MA 20:48
Vickery, Gordon 3:29
Virginia Hospital Association 20:49
Virginia State Nurses Association 20:50
Vogel, Ezra 3:30
Wacker, Warren 3:31
Wallace & Tiernan Products 10:69
Walter, Carl W., Fund/Professorship 29:10
Walter Reed Army Medical Center 20:51,52
Waltham Hospital 20:53
Wandell, F.A. 39:60-68
Wangensteen, Owen 3:32
Warner Lambert 10:70
Warren Benevolent Fund 10:71,72
Warren, Richard 3:33
Washington, University of, School of Medicine 14:73
Waterbury Hospital 20:54
Benjamin Waterhouse Medical History Society 17:53
Wayne University 20:75
Weck & co., Inc. 11:1
Weedon, D.R. 3:34
Weigel, John J. 15:5
Welch, J.D. 3:35
Weller, A.G. 3:36
Wells, Roe E. 3:37
Wentworth-Dover City Hospital 14:74
Werthessen, N.T. 3:38
West Disinfecting Co. 11:2,3
Whipple, Allen O. 3:39
Whirlpool Corporation 11:4
White, Emily de F. 3:40
White, Harold T. 3:41
White Instruments, Inc. 11:5
White Memorial Hospital 20:55
Wick, Hilton A. 14:84
Wiley, N.A. 12:1
Wilhelm, Norbert 35:1-10
Will Ross, Inc. 11:6
Williams, Greer 3:42
Williams, Wesley 3:43
Willner, Don S. 14:78
Wilmington Medical Center 20:56
Wilmore, Douglas 3:44
Wilmot Castle Corporation/Castle Systems/Sybron 11:7-44; 12:1-4
Wilson, Hugh E. 3:45
Wilson, Richard E. 29:11
Winthrop Chemical Company/Winthrop Laboratories/Sterling-Winthrop Research Institute 12:5-14; 20:57
Wisconsin, University of 20:58
Wittenstein, George J. 3:46
Women's Hospital 20:59
Wool Bureau/Boston Wool Trade Association 12:15
Worcester Memorial Hospital 14:75
World Anti-Pollution Materials Corporation 12:16
World Medical Association 12:17; 20:60
Wynne, Charles 3:47
Wysocki, Walter 3:48
Yarnall-Waring Co. 12:18
YMCA, Regional Office 12:19
Zimmer Manufacturing Co. 12:20
Zimmerman, Bernard 3:49
Zollinger, Robert 3:50,51
Zylon Products Co., Inc. 12:21
Cincinnati Academy of Medicine 17:75
Claff, Lloyd C. 46:55
Clay-Adams Co., Inc. 6:14
Clinton Sales Company, Inc. 6:15
Cochrane, David 1:45
Cohn, Edwin J. 37:15
Collison Surgical Products 6:16
Colson-Merriam Company 6:17
Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons 17:76
Columbia University, School of Public Health 17:77,78
Committee on Hospital Operating Rooms 4:36
Committee on the Operating Room Environment 4:42-45
Community Hospital at Glen Cove, New York 13:36
Comploier, Frank C. 39:52
Conant, James B. 32:11
Conductive Hospital Accessories Corporation 6:18
Congress of Neurological Surgeons 17:80
Connecticut chemical Research Company 6:19
Consumer Reports 6:20
Convertors, Inc. 6:21
Cook, John 1:46
Cook-Waite Laboratories, Inc. 6:22
Cooper, Theodore 1:47
Copley Hospital 13:37
Corn Products Sales Company 6:23
Cornell University Hospital for Special Surgery 13:38
Corning Glass Works 40:28
Corriera-Branco, Manuel 1:48
Cottage Hospital 13:39
Couch, Nathan 33:13,14
Countway Library 30:22-25
Cox, Loren D. 1:49
Crosby, William 38:4
Cummins, Marilyn 33:15
Cutler, Elliott Carr 33:16-35
Cutler, Elliott Carr, Fund for Surgery 28:29
Cutler, Robert 38:5
Dahl, Norman C. 1:50
Davidson, Charles S., Fund 28:30
Davies, David M., Financial Aid Fund 28:31
Davies-Young Soap Co. 6:24
Davis Clinic 13:40-43
Davis, Hamilton S. 1:51
Davis, Herbert L. 38:6
Dee Memorial Hospital 13:44
Deknatel & Son, Inc. 6:25
Delacour, Percival H. 1:52
Dennis, Clarence 1:53; 61:19
Department of Defense 46:38
DePaul Hospital 13:45
Derrick, William S. 1:54
Desautels, Robert E. 1:55
Deseret Medical, Inc. 6:26
Deseret Pharmaceutical Company 61:20
Diack, A.W. 1:56,57
Diack Sterilizer Controls 6:27
Diamond, Louis K. 38:7
Disbro, Proctor P. 1:58
Diversey Corporation 6:28
Doctor's Hospital 13:46
Dodge, Arnold 61:22
Domser, Reams 1:59
Downstate Medical Center, State University of New York 18:1
Dunham, Theodore, Jr. 1:60
Dunphy, J. Englebert 1:61
DuPont, Plastics Department 6:29
Earl, Robert 39:53
East Orange General Hospital 13:47
Eastcott, Felix 1:62
Ebert, Robert 27:17
Ecker, Enrique E. 1:63
Ecker, Paul G. 1:64
Economy Club 18:2
Ehrenkranz, N. Joel 1:65
Eisenberg, Leon 1:66
Ejarque, Peter 1:67
Electro Systems, Inc. 6:30
Electronic Wave Products 39:23
Emanuel Hospital 13:48
Emerson, J.H. 1:68
Englewood Hospital 13:49
Envirologic Data 6:31
Eraklis, Angelo 1:69
Errera, Dorothy Wysocki 1:70
Ethicon, Inc. 39:24-26
Evanston Hospital Association 13:50
Falmouth Hospital Association 18:3
Faulkner Hospital 13:51
Fautox, Mercier 1:71
Favour, Cutting B. 1:72
Fay School 6:32
Federal Trade Commission 6:33
Federman, Daniel D. 27:18
Feldberg, Theodora 1:73
Fenn, T. Legaré 40:29
Ferguson, Albert B. 1:74
Fitzgerald, G. Edward 14:80
Fitzgerald, Patrick 1:75
Fitzsimmons Army Hospital 18:4
Florida, University of, Gainesville, Florida 13:52
Folkman, Judah 2:1
Food and Drug Administration 6:34; 18:5
Framingham Union Hospital 13:53; 18:6
Fuchs, Erwin 2:2
Fulton, John F. 2:3
Furste, Wesley 2:4
Geigy Industrial Chemicals 6:35
General Electric Company 39:27
General Electric Corporation 6:36
General Medical Equipment Corp. 6:37
Georgetown University Medical Center 13:54
Georgia Baptist Hospital 13:55
Geyer Chemical Engineering Corporation 6:38
Gibson, John G. 38:8-14
Gifford, Darrel L. 11:25-29
Giurca, Ileana 2:5
Givaudan-Delawanna, Inc. 6:39
Glens Falls Academy of Medicine 13:56
Glimp, Fred L. 32:15
Goddard Hospital 13:57
Goldberg Associates 6:40
Goodall Hospital 13:58
B.F. Goodrich Company 6:41
Goodrich, Edward O., Jr. 2:6
Gordon Armstrong Company, Inc. 6:42
Grace Hospital, Detroit 61:25
Grantor Lead Trust 28:17
Grasslands Hospital 14:77
Gray, J.D. Allan 2:7
Gregory, Clinton B. 39:54
Greppin, E.H. 2:8, 9; 11:30, 31
Gross, Robert E., Professorship Fund 28:32
Gudebrod Bros. Silk Co., Inc. 6:43
Gunner, David 2:10
Donald Guthrie Medical Center 18:8
Hamilton Laboratories, Inc. 6:44
Hammond, William G. 2:11
Hanna, Bruce 43:15
Harken, Dwight 33:36
Harrington Hospital 13:59
Harrison, J. Hartwell 33:37
Hartford Company 6:45
Hartford Hospital 18:9
Harvard Club 32:30
Harvard Medical School 18:10-13
Harvard Medical School Alumni Fund 27:37-58
Harvard Odontological Society 18:14
Harvard University Animal Committee 44:1-3
Harvey Sterilizer 6:46
Hassan, William E. 33:38-40
Hawes, Lloyd 33:41
Hawn, Clinton VanZandt 2:12
Health Education and Welfare, Department of 6:47-50; 18:15
Health Research Foundation of Massachusetts, Inc. 44:8, 9
Heigate Products 6:51
Herbert, J. Kingston 28:18
Herculite Protective Fabrics Corporation 6:52
Herzlinger, Regina 2:13
Hewson Company, Inc. 6:53
Highland Park Hospital 13:60
John W. Hill Foundation 18:16
Hill, Thomas H. 33:42
Hinsdale Hospital 13:61
Hoag, Alden 2:14
Hoffmann Advertising 6:54
Hojel, Richard C. 2:15
Hoover Company 6:55
Hospital Bureau, Inc. 6:56
Hospital Bureau of Standards 6:57-63
Hospital Laundry Association Inc. 6:64-70
Hospital Management 6:71
Hospital Progress 6:72
Hospital Sanitation Equipment Corporation 6:73
Hospital Topics 6:74-76
L'Hotel-Dieu de Levis 13:62
Howard University College of Medicine 18:17
Howland, Joseph B. 33:43
Hoxworth, Paul 38:15
Harvey Hubbell, Inc. 7:1
Hufnagel, Charles 2:16
Hume, David 2:17
Hutchinson Products Corporation 7:2
Hyland Laboratories 7:3
Indianapolis General Hospital 13:63
Industrial Instruments Inc. 7:4
Infections in Surgery, 7:5
Ingraham, Franc 2:18
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers 18:18-20
Institute of Sanitation Management, New York Chapter 18:21
Institute for Total Safety 18:22
Interlux Corporation 7:6
International Anesthesia Research Society 18:23, 24
International College of Angiology 18:25
International College of Surgeons 18:26, 27
International Colloquium on Resistant Infections 18:28
International Conference on Hyperbaric Medicine 18:29
International News Photos 39:28
International Safety Academy 7:7
International Society of Blood Transfusion 18:30, 31
International Society of Hematology 18:32
International Society of Surgery 18:33, 34
Iowa Lutheran Hospital 13:64
Irons & Company 7:8
ITT Laboratories 7:9
Jackson, Geoffrey G. 33:44
Jackson, Joan T. 2:19
Jackson Memorial Hospital 13:65
Jacobs, Robert Hyde, Jr. 2:20
Janeway, Charles A. 38:16
Japan Industrial Planning Association 18:35
Javett, Stanley 2:21
Jefferson Medical College 7:10; 18:36, 37
Jefferson, Mildred Fay 2:22
Jelenko, Carl, III 2:23
Jessiman, Andrew 33:45
Jewett, John F. 2:24
Johnson & Johnson 18:38
S.C. Johnson, Inc. 7:11-18
Joint Blood Council 39:29
Joint Commision on Accreditation for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation 7:21
Jones, Everett W. 2:25
Joseph, Neil 2:26
Journal of American Medical Association 7:22-27
Kagey, Karen S. 33:46
Kansas City Neurological Society 18:39
Kansas, University of, Medical Center 18:40
Katz, Eli 2:27
Kearney, Justin M. 2:28
Keeley, John L. 2:29
Kellogg Company 39:30
Kellogg, Donald A., Memorial Fund 29:1
Kendall Company 7:28
Kent County Medical Society 18:41
Kent County Memorial Hospital 14:1
Kethley, T.W. 2:30
Kennedy, Michael 2:31
Kidde, Inc. 7:29
Kilburn Mill 7:30
Kinney, Esther 33:47
Kinney, John 2:32
Klenzade Products, Inc. 7:31
Knox, Robert 2:33
Kolff, Willem J. 44:29-31
Krakowka, George 2:34
Kulick, George 2:35
Kundsin, Ruth B. 44:17-25; 62:4-7
Kunz, Alexandra 2:36
Labcore, Inc. 7:32
Laconia Hospital 14:2
Lakeville State Hospital 14:3
Lamco Chemical Co., Inc. 7:33
Laufman, Harold 2:37
Lavovich, Gladys 2:38
Lawrence and Memorial Associated Hospitals 14:4
Lawrence General Hospital 14:5
Lawrence Memorial Hospital 14:6
Leeds & Northrup Company 7:34
Lehn & Fink Products Corp. 7:35
Leeming, Michael N. 2:39
Lennox Industries, Inc. 7:36
Leonard Morse Hospital 14:7
Lever Brothers Company 7:37
Lewis Laboratories, Inc. 7:38
Liljestrand, Robert H. 2:40
Linane Scholarship Fund 29:2
Lipari, Michael 2:41
J.B. Lippincott Company 7:39
Litton, Adrian 2:42
Litwin, Martin 2:43-45
Loughren, Louis B. 15:3
Lowell, J. Drennan 62:8
Lowrey, John J. 2:46
Lucey, Paul 2:47
Ludlow Hospital 14:8
Lund, Charles 38:17
M & T Chemicals Inc. 7:38
Macalaster Bicknell 40:30
MacCready, Robert A. 2:48
MacGregor, Charles A. 2:49
MacGregor Instrument Company 7:41
MacMahon, R.P. 2:50
E.F. Mahady Company 7:42
Maimonides Hospital of Brooklyn 14:9
Maine Medical Center 14:10, 11
Mallinckrodt Chemical Works 7:43
Malt, Ronald A. 2:51
Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital 14:12
Mannick, John A. 34:1
Manual of Drugs and Diseases 7:44
Market Forge Company 7:45
Marlow, F. William, Jr. 2:52
Marquette General Hospital 14:15
Marsh, Frank 2:53
Marty, Alan 2:54
Massachusetts Committee on Fractures and Other Trauma 4:35
Massachusetts Department of Health, Advisory Committee on Surgical Devices 7:46
Massachusetts Department of Public Health 18:42
Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary 14:14
Massachusetts General Hospital 14:15
Massachusetts Institute of Technology 7:47; 14:16; 18:43-45
Massachusetts Medical Service 7:48
Massachusetts Medical Society 7:49, 50; 18:46-50; 39:31, 32; 62:9
Massachusetts Safety Council 18:51
Massachusetts Society for Medical Research, Inc. 44:4-7; 62:10
Massachusetts Society of Pathologists 18:52
Massachusetts State Laboratory Institute 30:30
Massachusetts, University of, Medical School Teaching Hospital 14:17
Matthews Research, Inc. 7:51
McDonald, D. Lloyd 15:6
McLean, James 2:55
McMurray, James 2:56
M.D. 7:52
Mead Johnson & Co. 7:53
Meadow, Henry C. 27:19
Medafab Corporation 8:1
Medical Letter 8:2
Medical Plastics Corporation of America 8:3
Mee, Michael 2:57
Meleney, Frank 2:58
Mellon, William L. 2:59
Memorial Center for Cancer and Allied Diseases 14:18
Memorial Hospital, New York 18:53
Memphis Otologic Clinic 14:19
Mended Hearts Convention 18:54
Mercy Hospital, Bakersfield, California 14:20
Mercy Hospital, Darby, Pennsylvania 14:21
Mercy Hospital, Portland, Maine 14:22
Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland 18:55
Mercy Hospital, Rockville Center, New York 14:23
Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 18:56
Merkert, George L. 2:60
Merril, John P. 34:2
Michigan Society of Architects 18:57
Michigan, University of, Ann Arbor 18:58, 59
Michigan, University of, School of Public Health 8:4
Microban Products Co. 8:5
Middlesex North Medical Society 18:60
Mid-Hudson Surgical Society 18:61
Milford Hospital 8:6; 18:62
Millipore Filter, Inc. 8:7
Mills, Randy 2:61
Milton Hospital 14:24
Minneapolis Surgical Society 18:63, 64
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Company 8:8
Minnesota, University of, Medical School 14:25
Miriam Hospital 18:65
Modern Hospital 8:9, 10
Modern Medicine 8:11
Moll, Thomas M. 15:4
Monmouth Memorial Hospital 14:26
Montefiore Hospital 18:66
Montefiore Medical Center 14:27
Monteith, Dorothy 2:62
Montreal Neurological Society 18:67
Moog Servocontrols, Inc. 8:12
Moore, Francis D. 34:3-28
Morgenstierne, Calle 2:63
Morristown Memorial Hospital 14:28
Morse, Allan R. 2:64
Morton Hospital 14:29
Morton, L. 39:55
Moseley, Roger V. 38:18
Mote, John 2:65, 66
Mount Auburn Hospital 14:31
Mount Sinai Hospital, Los Angeles, California 18:68
Mountainside Hospital 14:30
Munster, Andrew M. 2:67
Murphy, William P., Jr. 2:68
Murray, John M. 2:69
Murray, Joseph E. 34:29
Murray, Joseph E., Professorship Fund 29:3
Mussells, F. Lloyd 34:30
Nashua Memorial Hospital 14:33
National Academy of Sciences/National Research Council 8:13-32; 19:1-19; 39:34, 35; 62:17
National Association of Sanitarians 18:20
National Commission on Product Safety 8:33
National Conference on Electronics in Medicine 19:21
National Conference on Institutionally Acquired Infections 19:22
National Electrical Manufacturers Association 8:34
National Fire Protection Association 4:36-38, 41; 9:1-22; 19:23, 24
National Institutes of Health 10:1; 39:33
National Planning Conference on Designing for Asepsis 19:25
National Safety Council/National Safety Congress 19:26
Nemiah, John C. 30:31
Nesson, H. Richard 34:31
Nevada State Medical Association 19:27
New Bedford Medical Society 19:28
New Brunswick Scientific, Co., Inc. 10:2
New England Association of Blood Bank Directors 19:29
New England Council of Hospital Pharmacists 19:30
New England Deaconess Hospital 14:34
New England Hospital Association 19:31, 32
New England Hospital Institute 19:33
New England Journal of Medicine 10:3-5
New England Medical Center 14:35
New England Postgraduate Assembly 19:34
New England Regional Primate Research Center 44:10-12
New England Seminar on Hospital Design 19:35
New England Surgical Society 10:6; 19:36, 37
New England Transfusion Society 39:36
New England Urological Society 19:38
New Jersey State Nurses Association 19:39
New York Academy of Medicine 19:41
New York State Department of Health 19:42
New York State Health Conference 19:43
New York, State University of, Stonybrook Health Sciences Center 14:36; 19:44
Newhouser, Lloyd R. 38:19
Newton, Francis C. 34:32
Newton, Harlan 47:28
Newton-Wellesley Hospital 19:40
Nicholson, Morris 2:70
Nocka, Paul 2:71
Norfolk District Medical Society 19:45
Norman, Jacque B. 2:72
Norman, Kay 2:73
North Adams Hospital 14:37
Northern Westchester Hospital 14:38
Northwest Electric Light and Power Association 19:46
Northwestern Hospital 14:39
Noyes, Dorothy 2:74
Nulsen, Frank E. 2:75
Nunemaker, John C. 30:32
Nu-Towell Company 10:7
Nye, Russell 2:76
Office of Civil Defense 19:47
Ogden Surgical Society 19:48
Ohio State Nurses Association 19:49
Ohio Valley Medical Center 14:40
Olendzki, Richard 2:77; 27:20
Olney, William 32:16
Olsson, Allan 27:21
Olsson, Olle 2:78
Onassis Foundation 28:19
Operating Room Nurses Institute 20:70-75; 21:1-7
Orange County Health Department 14:41
Oregon, University of, Medical School Hospital 14:42
Osteopathic Hospital of Maine 19:50
Overseas Press Club 19:51
Owen, Kenneth 44:28
Palomar Memorial Hospital 14:43
Pantex Manufacturing Corporation 10:8
Parenteral Drug Association 20:1
Parenteral Nutrition--An International Symposium 20:2
Patterson, L.M. 2:79
Payne & Associates 10:9
Pearson's Antiseptic Company Ltd. 10:10
Pelton & Crane Co. 10:11
Pennsylvania Engineering Co. 10:12
Pennsylvania, Medical Society of the State of 20:3
Pennsylvania Society of Architects 20:4
Perry Chemical Company 10:13
Phaneuf, Madeleine 2:80
Phillips & Phillips Co. 10:14
Phillips, Anne W. 2:81
Phillips Exeter Academy 20:5
Phoenix Associates 10:15
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 10:16
Plechas, N. Peter 2:82
Poitras, E.J. 40:31
Polk County Medical Society Meeting 20:6
Polk, Rothwell C. 2:83
Pondville Hospital 14:44
Porter, Dorothy 29:5
Power Engineering Company, Inc. 10:17
Pratt Diagnostic Clinic 20:7
Pre- and Postoperative Care Committee 5:1-8
Presbyterian-St. Luke's Hospital 20:8
Pressley, T.A. 2:84
Proctor Fund 46:39
Progressive Architecture 10:18
Prophylactic Brush Company 10:19, 20
Providence Medical Association 20:9
Providence Surgical Society 20:10
Prusky, Paul 28:20
Pryor, June 2:85
Purdue Frederick Company 10:21
Pusey, Nathan 32:12
Putnam Memorial Hospital 14:45
Quigley, T.B. 34:33
Quinby, William C. 34:34
Quincy City Hospital 14:46
Ravdin, I.S. 38:20
Ravenna Metal Products Corporation 10:22
Read, Raymond 42:16
Reader's Digest 10:23
Rees, W. Skyrme 2:86
Reheis Company, Inc. 10:24
Research Therapeutics, Fund for 29:4
Rexair 10:25
Rice, Frank L. 11:32-39
Richmond Corporation 10:26
Rhode Island Medical Society 20:11
RN 10:27
Rob, Charles G. 20:73
Robert Breck Brigham Hospital 14:47
Robin International 10:28
Robson, Norman S. 11:40-44
Roche-Organon Inc. 10:29
Rochester General Hospital 14:48
Rochester, University of, Strong Memorial Hospital 14:49
Rochow, Eugene 38:21
Rodzenko, Michael 34:35
Royal Society for the Promotion of Health 20:12
Rudenstein, Neil 32:13
Russell and Associates 10:30
Rutgers University Hospital 14:50
Sack, Theodore 38:22
Saginaw General Hospital 14:51
St. Catherine's Hospital 14:52
St. Elizabeth's Hospital 14:53
St.-Jacques, E. 3:1
St. Joseph's Hospital, Nashua, New Hampshire 14:54
St. Joseph's Hospital, Toronto, Ontario 14:55
St. Luke's Hospital 14:56
St. Vincent's Hospital, Bridgeport, Connecticut 14:57
St. Vincent's Hospital, Portland, Oregon 14:58
St. Vincent's Hospital, Worcester, Massachusetts 14:59
Salem Hospital 14:60; 20:13
Saltonstall, Robert 27:22
Sanitized, Inc. 10:31
Scalebuoy Company 10:32
Schambelan, Howard L. 15:1
Scher, Stephen 3:2
Schienberg, I. Herbert 38:23
Julius Schmid, Inc. 10:33
Schnelle, Gerry 3:3
Schultheiss, Robert 39:56
Scientific Information Bureau, Inc. 20:15
Scott Paper Company 10:34
Seamans & Cobb Company 10:35
Seaside Memorial Hospital 14:61, 79
Semple, R.J. 39:57
Sereda, P.J. 3:4
Servicemaster Hospital Corporation 10:36
Sewickley Valley Hospital 14:62
Shaddy, Phillip 3:5
Sharpe and Dohme 20:16
Shelanski, Herman 3:6
Sherlock, Smith, & Adams 20:74
Sherman, Lawrence F. 3:7
Sherman, Lawrence F. 3:7
Shillito, John 3:8
Sigma Xi 32:42
Simons, R.F. 39:58
Sindar Corporation 10:37
Skidmore College 20:17
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill 10:38
Skylar Manufacturing Company 10:39
Smalley, Harold 3:9
Smith, George V. and Olive W., Fund 29:4
Herman Smith, M.D., The Firm of 10:40
Smith, Kline & French 10:41
Smith and Underwood 10:42
Smith, Warwick 3:10
Smyth, Francis Scott 3:11
Snieszko, S.F. 3:12
Snow, John C. 3:13
Snowden-Pencer Corporation 10:43
Snyder, John D. 3:14
Society of Fire Protection Engineers 20:18, 19
Society of Industrial Microbiologists 20:20
Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers 20:21
Sosman, Merrill 34:36
South Saskatchewan Hospital Centre 14:63
Spaulding, Earle H. 3:15
Spellman, Mitchell 27:23
SRS Consultants, Inc. 10:44
Standard Scientific Supply Corporation 10:45
Stare, Frederick J. 3:16
Stead, Eugene, Jr. 3:17
Sterilon Corporation 10:46
Sterner, John 3:18
Steroxomatic 12:2
Stevens Companies 10:47
Stillman, James 28:8
Storkerson, John 3:19; 40:32
Storm, Elsa 34:37
Strumia, Max 38:24
Stumpf, Felix 3:20
Sturdy Memorial Hospital 20:23
Surface Combustion Corporation 10:48, 49
Surgery 10:50
Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics 10:51, 52
Surgical Infection Society 10:53-55; 20:24-30
Surgicot, Inc. 10:56
Swann, Tom 3:21
Swenson, Orvar 3:22; 29:7
Sylvania Electric Products, Inc. 10:57
Syracuse University Research Institute 10:58
Taplin, Edward Hood, Professorship 29:8
Taplin, John 3:23
Tashiro, Ikuko 3:24
Tashjian, Rose 34:38
Tate, Norman 3:25
Taylor, Walter 3:26
Thomas Hospital 14:64
Charles C. Thomas Publishers 10:59
Thompson, Kenneth 34:39
Thorn, George 34:40
Thurston, Robert 39:59
Tilney, Nicholas 34:41
Time Magazine 10:60
Tinker, Betty 3:27
Tosteson, Daniel C. 27:24-36
Tower Company, Inc. 10:61
Townsend, Irving U. 41:3
Townsend, Robert A. 41:4
Toyad Corporation 10:62
Travenol Laboratories, Inc. 10:63
Turenne, W.J. 40:33
Turenne, Wilfred J., Professorship of Surgery 29:9
Underwriter's Laboratories 10:64
U.S. Army Medical Research and Development Command 46:40
U.S. Naval Hospital, USNB Chelsea, MA 20:32
U.S. Naval Hospital, USNB Newport, RI 20:33
U.S. Naval Hospital, USNB Portsmouth, NH 14:65; 20:34
U.S. Naval Hospital, USNB Portsmouth, VA 20:35
United States Pharmacopeia 10:65
United States Rubber Company 10:66
University of Illinois Hospitals 20:8
Upjohn Company 10:67
Upstate Medical Center, State University of New York 20:40
Vandam, Leroy D. 34:42
Veech, Richard L. 44:32-45; 45:1-21
Vela, Roland 3:28
Vernstrom, Dorothy 34:43
Vestal, Inc. 10:68
Veteran's Administration, Washington D.C. 14:66
Veteran's Administration Center Los Angeles, California 14:67
Veteran's Administration Center Togus, Maine 14:68
Veteran's Administration Hospital Albuquerque, NM 14:69
Veteran's Administration Hospital Buffalo, NY 39:37
Veteran's Administration Hospital Coral Gables, FL 20:41
Veteran's Administration Hospital Jamaica Plain, MA 14:70
Veteran's Administration Hospital Lincoln, Nebraska 20:42
Veteran's Administration Hospital Providence, RI 14:71; 20:43
Veteran's Administration Hospital Rutland Heights, MA 20:44, 45
Veteran's Administration Hospital San Fernando, CA 20:46
Veteran's Administration Hospital West Haven, CT 20:47
Veteran's Administration Hospital West Roxbury, MA 14:72
Veterans' Administration, Office of the Area Medical Director, Boston, MA 20:48
Vickery, Gordon 3:29
Virginia Hospital Association 20:49
Virginia State Nurses Association 20:50
Vogel, Ezra 3:30
Wacker, Warren 3:31
Wallace & Tiernan Products 10:69
Walter, Carl W., Fund/Professorship 29:10
Walter Reed Army Medical Center 20:51, 52
Waltham Hospital 20:53
Wandell, F.A. 39:60-68
Wangensteen, Owen 3:32
Warner Lambert 10:70
Warren Benevolent Fund 10:71, 72
Warren, Richard 3:33
Washington, University of, School of Medicine 14:73
Waterbury Hospital 20:54
Benjamin Waterhouse Medical History Society 17:53
Wayne University 20:75
Weck & co., Inc. 11:1
Weedon, D.R. 3:34
Weigel, John J. 15:5
Welch, J.D. 3:35
Weller, A.G. 3:36
Wells, Roe E. 3:37
Wentworth-Dover City Hospital 14:74
Werthessen, N.T. 3:38
West Disinfecting Co. 11:2, 3
Whipple, Allen O. 3:39
Whirlpool Corporation 11:4
White, Emily de F. 3:40
White, Harold T. 3:41
White Instruments, Inc. 11:5
White Memorial Hospital 20:55
Wick, Hilton A. 14:84
Wiley, N.A. 12:1
Wilhelm, Norbert 35:1-10
Will Ross, Inc. 11:6
Williams, Greer 3:42
Williams, Wesley 3:43
Willner, Don S. 14:78
Wilmington Medical Center 20:56
Wilmore, Douglas 3:44
Wilmot Castle Corporation/Castle Systems/Sybron 11:7-44; 12:1-4
Wilson, Hugh E. 3:45
Wilson, Richard E. 29:11
Winthrop Chemical Company/Winthrop Laboratories/Sterling-Winthrop Research Institute 12:5-14; 20:57
Wisconsin, University of 20:58
Wittenstein, George J. 3:46
Women's Hospital 20:59
Wool Bureau/Boston Wool Trade Association 12:15
Worcester Memorial Hospital 14:75
World Anti-Pollution Materials Corporation 12:16
World Medical Association 12:17; 20:60
Wynne, Charles 3:47
Wysocki, Walter 3:48
Yarnall-Waring Co. 12:18
YMCA, Regional Office 12:19
Zimmer Manufacturing Co. 12:20
Zimmerman, Bernard 3:49
Zollinger, Robert 3:50, 51
Zylon Products Co., Inc. 12:21
Title
Walter, Carl Waldemar, 1905-. Papers, 1933-1992, 1996: Finding Aid.
Author
Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine. Center for the History of Medicine.
EAD ID
med00087

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