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Contains 3 Results:

International Neurological Congress, Berne, 1931

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Scope and Contents Silent, black and white film of the first International Neurological Congress held in Bern, Switzerland, in September 1931, attended by 881 people from 42 countries. The film begins in Reel 1 with American attendees aboard the steamship Lafayette from New York to Europe (including views of the New York City skyline and the Statue of Liberty), then shows exterior views of Bern’s Kultur-Casino—the venue for the Congress—and short clips of some of the attendees. The film continues...
Dates: 1931

Photographs of some of the scientists who attended the 13th International Congress of Physiology at Boston, 1929 August

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Scope and Contents Silent, black and white film depicting the scientists who attended the 13th International Congress of Physiology at Harvard Medical School in Boston in August 1929. The scientists mingle and talk outside in the quadrangle of the school. Intertitle cards identify the scientists and describe their affiliations and research. The film ends with panoramic views of the medical school’s buildings.Scientists include: Reel 1 - Nathaniel Kleitman of the University of Chicago; Henri Piéron...
Dates: 1929 August

[Morton Medical Research Building cornerstone ceremony], 1954 June 15

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Scope and Contents Silent, black and white film that begins with a view of the Northwestern University Chicago Campus sign then shows Northwestern University Medical School Dean Richard H. Young, MD, walking around the construction site of the Morton Medical Research Building with another man. The south façade of the Ward Memorial Building is shown with its foundations exposed by the digging of the Morton construction site.At a ceremony on June 15, 1954, Sterling Morton, the son of Joy Morton for...
Dates: 1954 June 15