Early Medicine in Northwest Ohio: Case View

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Exhibit information:


On top of the exhibit case: Violet Ray Generator, ca. 1920. On loan from ProMedica. Displayed in case:

Patient register, log, and publication of physicians who practiced in northwest Ohio; photographs and documents of the Toledo Medical College












Top shelf: Patient log and register; publications by Dr. J. H. Pooley detailing medical ailments and treatments; early advertisements for medical remedies


Middle shelf: Materials of the Toledo Medical College: annual announcements, a minute book, and correspondence regarding the merger of the College with Toledo University; photos of students and facilities of the Toledo Medical College


Bottom shelf: documentation of Toledo Medical College communication with the Illinois State Board of Health; a history of the Toledo Medical College; book, Medical Education in the United States and Canada by Abraham Flexner, also known as the Flexner Report; and The History of the Toledo Medical College by Dr. Max Schnitker and Walter Hartung











Diploma of Dr. Charles J. Henzler from the Toledo Medical College, 1886. This framed diploma hangs at the far left end of the exhibit area but is most closely associated with this case exhibit.