Dr. Eugène Doyen wearing a sterile dress. Dr. Doyen (1859 – 1916) was a French surgeon who introduced several surgical techniques and medical instruments, and was a pioneer in the use of electrosurgery and electrocoagulation.
Memorial Stadium in Washington DC. Original caption: 10/1/1939- Visalia, CA: Dr, F.H. Redwell and Mrs. Clarise Tucker, nurse both of the state department of public health, immunizing a squatter family for small-pox and typhoid fever. Back of station wagon serves as shelf for medical equipment.