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Carlson, Anton J. (Anton Julius), 1875-1956



  • Existence: 1875 - 1956

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Movements of the Alimentary Tract in Experimental Animals, 1928

 Item — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents

Warning: graphic content of surgical operations on various research animals.

A grainy black and white silent film in which the vagus nerve is stimulated in three animals—a dog, a rabbit, and a cat—effects on stomachs and intestines are observed. Intertitle cards point out specific movements of note, such as peristalsis and segmentation.

Dates: 1928

Presentation album, 1924 - 1925

Scope and Contents

Album of notes and pictures from colleagues, students, and others, commemorating Kendall's time as professor and Dean at NUMS from 1912-1924. Signers include many prominent figures at Northwestern and in Chicago medicine, such as Isaac A. Abt, Joseph B. De Lee, Leslie B. Arey, Winfield S. Hall, H. Gideon Wells, Ludwig Hektoen, and A.J. Carlson.

Dates: 1924 - 1925