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Browsing items in: Dallas Medical Images 1890-1975

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    • "Parkland Was Our Home"

    • This article recounts the experiences of the author, Louise Florence Berthold, as a child living with her family at Parkland Hospital from 1898 to 1902. Her father, John Hicks Florence, was City Health Officer at the time. The article was published...
    • 1971
    • Parkland Hospital Collection;
    • "The White Cap," St. Paul School of Nursing yearbook, 1963

    • St. Paul Hospital (Dallas, Texas) operated a School of Nursing from 1900 to 1971. For many of those years, a yearbook was published for the nursing students. This is the text of the 1963 yearbook, which was titled, “The White Cap.”
    • 1963
    • private collection;
    • "Victory Huts" behind Parkland Hospital Nurses' Home on Maple Avenue

    • "Victory Huts" were prefabricated buildings developed during World War II as a method of providing quick housing for soldiers. The white "Victory Huts" behind the Parkland Nurses' Home are believed to have been used first as housing for recovering...
    • Circa 1945
    • Parkland Hospital Collection;
    • "Ward class" at Parkland Hospital on Maple Avenue

    • William F. Mengert, M.D., Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Southwestern Medical School, conducts a "ward class" in Parkland Hospital. Medical students, interns and/or residents accompany a physician on rounds in the ward to discuss the care...
    • Circa 1950
    • Parkland Hospital Collection;
    • Advertisement for "Doctors' Phaetons"

    • This advertisement for "Doctors' Phaetons" appeared in the "Texas Clinic" journal, volume 3, 1900. Phaetons are light, four-wheeled carriages drawn by one or two horses. The dealer was located in Dallas, at the corner of Elm and Houston Streets.
    • 1900
    • History of Medicine Collection;
    • Advertisement for "The New Parkland Hospital, Dallas, Texas"

    • This advertisement for Parkland Hospital was published in the "Texas Health Journal," v. 7, December, 1894. Parkland advertised in order to fill its private wards with paying patients, who were charged $7 to $12 per week for the room, nurse, meals,...
    • 1894
    • Parkland Hospital Collection;
    • Advertisement for Benjamin Bluitt’s Sanitarium, 1911

    • Dr. Benjamin Bluitt was the first African-American surgeon in Texas and one of the first African-Americans to practice medicine in Dallas. His sanitarium--today we would call it a hospital--opened in 1905 and was the first Dallas hospital facility...
    • 1977
    • News and Publications Collection;
    • Baylor University College of Medicine laboratories and dean's office

    • This group of photos showing interiors of the Baylor University College of Medicine was digitized from the 1906 Baylor University yearbook, "Round-Up." From top to bottom, the rooms shown are listed as: Bacteriological Laboratory, Dean's Office,...
    • 1906
    • History of Medicine Collection;
    • Baylor University College of Medicine students in chemistry laboratory

    • Baylor University College of Medicine students are at work in a chemistry laboratory. Professor Herbert C. Tidwell (left center, with mustache, facing camera) is the instructor. When Baylor College of Medicine moved to Houston in 1943, Dr. Tidwell...
    • Circa 1935
    • News and Publications Collection;
    • Baylor University College of Medicine, Cary Hall, circa 1922

    • In 1922, Baylor University College of Medicine bought the former East Dallas City Hall (built in 1886 and later converted to a school), at the corner of Gaston Avenue and College Avenue (later Hall Street) to house its operations. Note the "East...
    • Circa 1922
    • News and Publications Collection;
    • Baylor University College of Medicine, Cary Hall, circa 1930

    • In 1922, Baylor University College of Medicine bought the former East Dallas City Hall (built in 1886, and later converted to a school), at the corner of Gaston Avenue and College Avenue (later Hall Street) to house its operations. This photo shows...
    • Circa 1930
    • History of Medicine Collection;
    • Baylor University College of Medicine, interior scenes

    • This group of photos showing the interior of the Baylor College of Medicine building appeared in the College's 1903-04 Annual Announcement. From top to bottom, the rooms portrayed are labeled as Operating Room--College Building, Operating Room, and...
    • 1903
    • History of Medicine Collection;
    • Baylor University Hospital with nurse exiting the building

    • Texas Baptist Memorial Sanitarium opened this building in 1909. Its name changed its name to Baylor University Hospital in 1936. By the time this photo was taken, circa 1950, the two outer corners of the original front porch had been enclosed with...
    • Circa 1950
    • History of Medicine Collection;
    • Baylor University Medical Center campus

    • Baylor University Hospital grew into Baylor University Medical Center, adopting the new name in 1959. This drawing from about 1960 shows the Truett Hospital, completed in 1950, at the center of the drawing, and to the left the slightly later,...
    • Circa 1960
    • History of Medicine Collection;
    • Baylor University Medical Center Hospitals

    • Baylor University Medical Center, with Women and Children's Hospital (on the left) and Truett Hospital (on the right).
    • Circa 1960
    • History of Medicine Collection;
    • Bradford Memorial Hospital for Babies

    • The Bradford Memorial Hospital for Babies--which grew out of the Dallas “Baby Camp” that started on the Parkland Hospital grounds--opened in 1930 in a Mediterranean style building at the corner of Maple Avenue and Turtle Creek Blvd. In 1948,...
    • Circa 1945
    • History of Medicine Collection;
    • Children's Hospital of Texas

    • Children's Hospital of Texas opened this building in 1940. The hospital--along with Bradford Memorial and Freeman Clinic--would be incorporated into Children's Medical Center of Dallas in 1948. This photo dates from about 1945.
    • Circa 1945
    • History of Medicine Collection;
    • Children's Medical Center construction site

    • Construction materials for the building of Children's Medical Center are seen in the foreground, with Parkland Memorial Hospital and Southwestern Medical School in the background. The Children's Medical Center building opened in 1967.
    • Circa 1966
    • History of Medicine Collection;
    • Children’s Medical Center of Dallas, 1982

    • In the foreground is Children’s Medical Center as it appeared in 1982. In the background (on the right) are Parkland Memorial Hospital, and (on in the left) the UT Health Science Center (later renamed UT Southwestern Medical Center) campus....
    • 1982
    • private collection;
    • Dallas hospitals and clinics in 1916

    • This page from the 1916-1917 Baylor College of Medicine "Annual Announcement" shows Dallas hospitals and clinics of the era. Those shown include (left to right, top to bottom) City Hospital (i.e., Parkland Hospital), Texas Baptist Memorial...
    • 1916
    • History of Medicine Collection;
    • Dallas Medical College building at 319 Commerce Street

    • Dallas Medical College operated from 1900 to 1904, after which date it merged with Baylor College of Medicine. The College was founded by faculty who seceded from the University of Dallas Medical Department.
    • 1904
    • History of Medicine Collection;
    • Dallas Medical College students in a laboratory, embracing

    • Three Dallas Medical College students embrace in a laboratory. The Dallas Medical College operated from 1900 to 1904. This photo is one of a series depicting the same three students.
    • 1903
    • History of Medicine Collection;
    • Dallas Medical College students with a skeleton

    • Three Dallas Medical College students pose with a skeleton. On the chalkboard behind the students is written: "Dec. 15, 1903--The 'foxes' leave tonight-for where?" The Dallas Medical College operated from 1900 to 1904. this photo is one of a series...
    • 1903
    • History of Medicine Collection;
    • Downtown Dallas, aerial view, 1965

    • This is an aerial view of downtown Dallas in 1965. The eighteen-story Medical Arts Building, at one time the hub of medical activity in Dallas, is seen at left center between the flat-topped square skyscraper and the skyscraper with a clock tower...
    • 1965
    • History of Medicine Collection;
    • Dr. Charles M. Rosser, full-length photo portrait, circa 1910

    • Dr. Charles M. Rosser became health offficer for the city of Dallas in 1891. In 1900, he founded the University of Dallas Medical Department, which later became Baylor University College of Medicine. In 1901, Dr. Rosser founded good Samaritan...
    • Circa 1910
    • News and Publications Collection;
    • Dr. Delores Carruth and incubator

    • Children's Medical Center of Dallas physician Dr. Delores Carruth poses with an incubator containing a doll (in lieu of an actual baby).
    • Circa 1962
    • History of Medicine Collection;
    • Dr. Edward H. Cary and Baylor Hospital house staff

    • Dr. Edward H. Cary (center, in suit) and Baylor Hospital house staff stand on front steps of Baylor Hospital. Dr. Cary was dean of Baylor College of Medicine from 1903 to 1920.
    • Circa 1920
    • History of Medicine Collection;
    • Dr. John Hicks Florence, photo portrait, circa 1915

    • Dr. John Hicks Florence (born 1868, died 1938) was the Dallas City Health Officer from 1898 to 1902. During that time, he lived with his family at Parkland Hospital.
    • Circa 1915
    • History of Medicine Collection;
    • Dr. William Lee Hudson with Parkland School of Nursing students

    • Dr. William Lee Hudson stands with Parkland School of Nursing students on the front steps of Parkland Hospital on Maple Avene. The photo is inscribed, "To our sponsor, Senior Class '38'." Dr. Hudson was chief of Surgery at Parkland Hospital from...
    • 1938
    • Hudson (William Lee) Collection;
    • Dr. William Lee Hudson, photo portrait, 1938

    • Dr. William Lee Hudson (born 1892, died 1961) was chief of Surgery at Parkland Hospital from 1923 to 1949, and also a Clinical Professor of Surgery at the Southwestern Medical College from its opening in 1943. This portrait was published in the...
    • 1938
    • Hudson (William Lee) Collection;
    • Dr. William Lee Hudson, photo portrait, circa 1960

    • Dr. William Lee Hudson (born 1892, died 1961) was chief of Surgery at Parkland Hospital from 1923 to 1949, and also a Clinical Professor of Surgery at the Southwestern Medical College from its opening in 1943.
    • Circa 1960
    • Hudson (William Lee) Collection;
    • Edward H. Cary, M.D., portrait photo, circa 1906

    • Dr. Edward H. Cary (born 1872, died 1953) was dean of the Baylor University College of Medicine in 1906 when this photo appeared in the Baylor University yearbook, "Round-Up." Cary served as dean of Baylor College of Medicine from 1903 to 1920. He...
    • 1906
    • History of Medicine Collection;
    • Emmett J. Conrad, M.D., photo portrait, circa 1975

    • Dr. Emmett J. Conrad (born 1923, died 1993) was an African-American surgeon and civic leader who joined the staff of St. Paul Hospital in 1956. He was the first African-American surgeon on the St. Paul staff, and later (1980) became chief of staff...
    • Circa 1975
    • St. Paul Hospital Collection;
    • Evolution of nurses' uniforms from 1903 to 1923

    • Nurses' uniforms became increasingly more practical and comfortable in the early 20th century. This humorous essay on the evolution of nurses' uniforms between 1903 and 1923 was published in the 1923 student yearbook (titled "The Thermometer") of...
    • 1923
    • St. Paul Hospital Collection;

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