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ABCC Photograph Collection
IC 099 · Colección · 1946-1980

The ABCC Photograph Collection consists of photographs of various sizes of staff, survivors, buildings, and events that pertain to the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission at Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The vast majority of the photographs are black and white and in good condition. The dates of the photographs range from 1946 to the 1970s. The collection is in one series, with the photographs housed in envelopes and totals nine boxes. The collection provides photographic evidence of the destruction and injuries caused by the atomic bombs, and how the Japanese and allied doctors and military personnel worked together and the cultural exchanges that occurred. The photographs focus on the staff and the different things they did with their Japanese counterparts and not of the survivors that they studied. The photographs are in good condition. Some photographs have corners that are bent or have been crumpled. Others have come off of the backing they were glued to. There are some photographs that have yellowed or have some discoloration on them.

Sin título
IC099-p3795-001a · Unidad documental simple · 1949
Parte de ABCC Photograph Collection

Louise Cavagnaro, ABCC Director of Nursing in Hiroshima, instructing Japanese nursing students for the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission. The students are seated at tables with pen and notebooks while Cavagnaro stands and gestures with her pen and book.

IC099-p3795-001b · Unidad documental simple · 1949
Parte de ABCC Photograph Collection

Director of Nursing Louise Cavagnaro instructing Japanese nursing students for the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission. The students are seated at tables with pen and notebooks while Cavagnaro addresses them holding a book open. Behind her is a chalkboard with the words "GI Series," "Barium," and "Castor oil."

Eleanor Roosevelt visits the ABCC
IC099-p5009-001 · Unidad documental simple · 1953
Parte de ABCC Photograph Collection

Visiting the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission, Eleanor Roosevelt sits in the front row of an assembly. She and Grant Taylor, who is standing at the head of the room, lean in towards on another.

Sin título
Sea view from Gaisen Kan
IC099-p5186-001 · Unidad documental simple · 1948
Parte de ABCC Photograph Collection

View looking towards the sea from the front window of the Gaisen Kan Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission facility. Beyond a nearby building, ships are visible in the water, with mountains off in the distance.

Sin título
Mushroom hunt, Hiroshima
IC099-p5187-001 · Unidad documental simple · 1949
Parte de ABCC Photograph Collection

Louise Cavagnaro and Kenny Sakoda preparing food at the matsutake hunt at George Sakoda's uncle's place, Hiroshima.

Sin título
Mushroom hunt, Hiroshima
IC099-p5187-002 · Unidad documental simple · 1949
Parte de ABCC Photograph Collection

Two people crouching by a basket while two others are seated at the matsutake hunt at George Sakoda's uncle's place, Hiroshima.

Sin título
Mushroom hunt, Hiroshima
IC099-p5187-003 · Unidad documental simple · 1949
Parte de ABCC Photograph Collection

Dr. Breeden, Dr. Mac Suzuki, and others preparing food at the matsutake hunt at George Sakoda's uncle's place, Hiroshima.

Sin título
Mushroom hunt, Hiroshima
IC099-p5187-004 · Unidad documental simple · 1949
Parte de ABCC Photograph Collection

Louise Cavagnaro, Kenny Sakoda, and May Sakoda preparing food at the matsutake hunt at George Sakoda's uncle's place, Hiroshima.

Sin título
Mushroom hunt, Hiroshima
IC099-p5187-005 · Unidad documental simple · 1949
Parte de ABCC Photograph Collection

Dr. Breeden, Dr. Mac Suzuki, and others seated and eating at the matsutake hunt at George Sakoda's uncle's place, Hiroshima.

Sin título
Mushroom hunt, Hiroshima
IC099-p5187-006 · Unidad documental simple · 1949
Parte de ABCC Photograph Collection

Harold Nishi lying down resting his head on an unidentified woman, who is seated. At the matsutake hunt at George Sakoda's uncle's place, Hiroshima.

Sin título
Mushroom hunt, Hiroshima
IC099-p5187-007 · Unidad documental simple · 1949
Parte de ABCC Photograph Collection

Harold Nishi lying down resting his head on an unidentified woman, who is seated. At the matsutake hunt at George Sakoda's uncle's place, Hiroshima.

Sin título
Mushroom hunt, Hiroshima
IC099-p5187-008 · Unidad documental simple · 1949
Parte de ABCC Photograph Collection

May Sakoda, Mac [Iwashita], Dr. Art Pryde, and Dr. Mac Suzuki seated and eating at the matsutake hunt at George Sakoda's uncle's place, Hiroshima.

Sin título
Mushroom hunt, Hiroshima
IC099-p5187-009 · Unidad documental simple · 1949
Parte de ABCC Photograph Collection

May Sakoda, Mac [Iwashita], Dr. Art Pryde, and Dr. Mac Suzuki seated and eating at the matsutake hunt at George Sakoda's uncle's place, Hiroshima.

Sin título
Mushroom hunt, Hiroshima
IC099-p5187-010 · Unidad documental simple · 1949
Parte de ABCC Photograph Collection

Group including Fumiko Shitamae and Louise Cavagnaro seated and eating at the matsutake hunt at George Sakoda's uncle's place, Hiroshima.

Sin título
Mushroom hunt, Hiroshima
IC099-p5187-011 · Unidad documental simple · 1949
Parte de ABCC Photograph Collection

Louise Cavagnaro, Kenny Sakoda, and May Sakoda preparing food at the matsutake hunt at George Sakoda's uncle's place, Hiroshima.

Sin título
Mushroom hunt, Hiroshima
IC099-p5187-012 · Unidad documental simple · 1949
Parte de ABCC Photograph Collection

Harold Nishi lying down resting his head on an unidentified woman, who is seated. At the matsutake hunt at George Sakoda's uncle's place, Hiroshima.

Sin título
Mushroom hunt, Hiroshima
IC099-p5187-017 · Unidad documental simple · 1949
Parte de ABCC Photograph Collection

May Sakoda, Dr. Mac Suzuki, and others eating at the matsutake hunt at George Sakoda's uncle's place, Hiroshima.

Sin título
Mushroom hunt, Hiroshima
IC099-p5187-018 · Unidad documental simple · 1949
Parte de ABCC Photograph Collection

Harold Nishi, Donna [Geathard], Becky Wells, and others seated and eating at the matsutake hunt at George Sakoda's uncle's place, Hiroshima.

Sin título
Mushroom hunt, Hiroshima
IC099-p5187-019 · Unidad documental simple · 1949
Parte de ABCC Photograph Collection

May Sakoda, Dr. Mac Suzuki, and others eating at the matsutake hunt at George Sakoda's uncle's place, Hiroshima.

Sin título
Mushroom hunt, Hiroshima
IC099-p5187-020 · Unidad documental simple · 1949
Parte de ABCC Photograph Collection

Louise Cavagnaro reclining with drink in hand at the matsutake hunt at George Sakoda's uncle's place, Hiroshima.

Sin título
Mushroom hunt, Hiroshima
IC099-p5187-022 · Unidad documental simple · 1949
Parte de ABCC Photograph Collection

Harold Nishi, Donna [Geathard], Becky Wells, and others seated and eating at the matsutake hunt at George Sakoda's uncle's place, Hiroshima.

Sin título
Mushroom hunt, Hiroshima
IC099-p5187-024 · Unidad documental simple · 1949
Parte de ABCC Photograph Collection

Louise Cavagnaro, Zoe Green, Paul Fillmore, Pat Fillmore, Dr. Breeden, and others sit and eat at the matsutake hunt at George Sakoda's uncle's place, Hiroshima.

Sin título
Mushroom hunt, Hiroshima
IC099-p5187-027 · Unidad documental simple · 1949
Parte de ABCC Photograph Collection

Paul Fillmore, with a camera over his shoulder, eating at the matsutake hunt at George Sakoda's uncle's place, Hiroshima.

Sin título
Mushroom hunt, Hiroshima
IC099-p5187-028 · Unidad documental simple · 1949
Parte de ABCC Photograph Collection

May Sakoda and others seated and eating at the matsutake hunt at George Sakoda's uncle's place, Hiroshima.

Sin título
Mushroom hunt, Hiroshima
IC099-p5187-029 · Unidad documental simple · 1949
Parte de ABCC Photograph Collection

Dr. Mac Suzuki and others seated and eating at the matsutake hunt at George Sakoda's uncle's place, Hiroshima.

Sin título
Mushroom hunt, Hiroshima
IC099-p5187-030 · Unidad documental simple · 1949
Parte de ABCC Photograph Collection

Dr. Breeden, Dr. Warner Wells, and another man seated at the matsutake hunt at George Sakoda's uncle's place, Hiroshima.

Sin título
Mushroom hunt, Hiroshima
IC099-p5187-031 · Unidad documental simple · 1949
Parte de ABCC Photograph Collection

Dr. Breeden, Dr. Warner Wells, and another man seated at the matsutake hunt at George Sakoda's uncle's place, Hiroshima.

Sin título
Mushroom hunt, Hiroshima
IC099-p5188-001 · Unidad documental simple · 1950
Parte de ABCC Photograph Collection

Carl [Mydan], with a camera hanging from his neck, handing an objecct to Dr. Mac Suzuki at the matsutake hunt at George Sakoda uncle's place, Hiroshima.

Sin título
Mushroom hunt, Hiroshima
IC099-p5188-003 · Unidad documental simple · 1950
Parte de ABCC Photograph Collection

Dr. Mac Suzuki, Mrs. Carl Harris, Kenny Sakoda and others at the matsutake hunt at George Saborda's place, Hiroshima

Sin título
Mushroom hunt, Hiroshima
IC099-p5188-004 · Unidad documental simple · 1950
Parte de ABCC Photograph Collection

Carl Harris, Mrs. Harris, Fumiko Shitamae, and another person at the matsutake hunt at George Sakoda's uncle's place, Hiroshima

Sin título
Mushroom hunt, Hiroshima
IC099-p5188-006 · Unidad documental simple · 1950
Parte de ABCC Photograph Collection

Dr. Mac Suzuki and another man playing a game at the matsutake hunt at George Sakoda's uncle's place, Hiroshima.

Sin título
Mushroom hunt, Hiroshima
IC099-p5188-008 · Unidad documental simple · 1950
Parte de ABCC Photograph Collection

May Sakoda, Pete Yamasaki, Mary Sutow, Kippy Sutow, Tina Sutow, and others eating at the matsutake hunt at George Sakoda uncle's place, Hiroshima.

Sin título
Mushroom hunt, Hiroshima
IC099-p5188-009 · Unidad documental simple · 1950
Parte de ABCC Photograph Collection

Fumiko Shitamae and another woman getting food at the matsutake hunt at George Sakoda's uncle's place, Hiroshima.

Sin título
Gathering to sing
IC099-p5249-001a · Unidad documental simple · approximately 1950-1951
Parte de ABCC Photograph Collection

Dr. Samuel J. Kimura, Pearl Kimura, Harold Hiroshi Nishi, Richard Brewer, and Barbara [Geathard] gathered in a living room to sing together.

Gathering to sing
IC099-p5249-001b · Unidad documental simple · approximately 1950-1951
Parte de ABCC Photograph Collection

Fumiko Shitamae, Barbara [Geathard], M. [Gonsalves], W.Z. Green, Mary Carson, Dr. Mac Suzuki, and Richard Brewer gathered together to sing. They appear to be huddled around a piano holding sheet music.

Go Game
IC099-p5259-003 · Unidad documental simple · 1948 or 1949
Parte de ABCC Photograph Collection

Kitasako, Koike, and Tom Umeda playing Go, probably at the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission Office in Hiroshima.

Sin título
Wataru W. Sutow, MD papers
MS 035 · Colección · 1929-1996

Watauru W. Sutow, MD papers, MS 035, primarily cover the professional life of Dr. Sutow. The collection contains correspondence and memorandum, committee minutes and reports, drafts, manuscripts, and published professional papers; journal article reprints, personal correspondence and memorabilia; and a collection of slides and audio cassette tapes. The collection is in good condition. The papers span the years 1929-1996 with the bulk of material ranging from 1948 to 1981. The collection consists of 43 cubic feet (86 boxes, including 1 oversize box).

Sin título
Howard B. Hamilton, MD papers
MS 066 · Colección · 1945-1997

The Howard B. Hamilton, MD, papers, MS 066, includes material from 1945-1997 related to the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission (ABCC) and the Radiation Effects Research Foundation (RERF). Hamilton was the Chief of Clinical Laboratories for the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission from 1956 until its dissolution in 1975. He served in the same capacity for the Radiation Effects Research Foundation, which succeeded the ABCC, until 1984. This collection encompasses this period of time in Dr. Hamilton's career, as well as his related scholarly work after his retirement from RERF. Dr. Hamilton donated his collection of letters, reprints, newspaper articles, photographs, memos, and ephemera to the John P. McGovern Historical Collections and Research Center between 1985 and 2002. The collection is in good condition and consists of 3.75 cubic feet (8 boxes).

This collection contains eight series: I. Correspondence; II. Memorandum, Notes, Books; III. Conferences, Congresses, Manuscripts; IV. Reprints; V. Newspaper Articles; VI. Akio Awa Cartoons; VII. Additional Correspondence; VIII. Addendum Series. This collection contains many reprints of articles Hamilton wrote or co-wrote on topics including the structure and function of hemoglobin, biochemical genetics, and the long term after-effects of exposure to ionizing radiation. One highlight of the collection is a series of cartoons, Series VI, created by Hamilton's friend Dr. Akio Awa that gives a unique look into the daily goings-on of the ABCC and RERF. Another collection highlight is the photographs in the Addendum Series, Series VIII, which includes images of former United States Senator Ted Kennedy who visited RERF in the late 1970s. Photos also include group photos from many ABCC and RERF conferences and events.

This collection was donated to the Historical Research Center over a number of years, and the material was processed at different times by different people, which resulted in several different organizational schemes being used. During the most recent processing of the collection the arrangement of the material was left unchanged to maintain continuity and for the sake of scholarly citations that may have been made previously

Hamilton was born in Oak Park Illinois on December 4, 1918. He graduated from the University of Rochester in New York in 1941 and from Yale University School of Medicine in 1945. Hamilton served in the United States Navy from 1942-1945, during World War II. In the late 1940s and early 1950s Hamilton conducted research at Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University, the Long Island School of Medicine, the New York College of Surgeons, and the University of Tokyo in Japan.

In 1956 Hamilton moved to Hiroshima, Japan, where he lived for the next thirty years. After his move to Japan, Hamilton served as the Chief of Clinical Laboratories for the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission (ABCC) from 1956 until its dissolution in 1975. Hamilton worked in the same capacity for the Radiation Effects Research Foundation (RERF), which succeeded the ABCC, until 1984. Between 1984 and 1986 Dr. Hamilton began transitioning into retirement; he continued to work as a consultant for the RERF during this time.

Hamilton was a consummate scholar and published extensively thoughout his career. Hamilton published papers on topics including endocrinology, steroid chemistry, enzyme kinetics, hemoglobinopathies, the structure and function of hemoglobin, genetic polymorphisms, biochemical genetics, the long term after-effects of exposure to ionizing radiation, and epidemiology of cardio-vascular disease.

Hamilton's hobbies included playing tennis and practicing the Japanese theatrical art of Noh, which features dramatic masks and carefully defined movements. After his retirement, Dr. Hamilton catalogued Noh and Kabuki works and published Noh plays. In some circles, Dr. Hamilton was known as much for his enthusiastic patronage and participation in Noh as he was for his work with the ABCC and RERF. (Source: Washington Post, May 9, 2007)

Hamilton died on May 9, 2007 at his home in Falls Church, Virginia. He was 88 years old.

The collection is in good to excellent condition depending on the age of the individual item and how carefully it was stored and preserved in the years before it entered the HRC's collection. Dr. Hamilton donated his large collection of letters, reprints, newspaper articles, photographs, memos, and ephemera to the John P. McGovern Historical Collections and Research Center between about 1985 and 2002. The collection consists of 3.75 cubic feet (8 boxes) and is collection MS 066.

Sin título
Karyotyping
MS066-006-001 · Unidad documental simple · circa 1967-1970
Parte de Howard B. Hamilton, MD papers

Cartoon of Dr. Akio Awa conducting research involving karyotyping. Joke spoiler: He appears to be 'working his fingers to the bone' where he is seen accidentally snipping his fingers off with a pair of scissors.

Isozyme Study
MS066-006-002 · Unidad documental simple · circa 1967-1970
Parte de Howard B. Hamilton, MD papers

Cartoon of Dr. Akio Awa conducting research involving isozymes. His test results reveal 'Sukiyaki, Beer, Girls, and Sake.' These are surprising results from an Isozyme study. Book in the background says, "J.Electrophoresis."

[Caged and Confused]
MS066-006-003 · Unidad documental simple · circa 1967-1970
Parte de Howard B. Hamilton, MD papers

Cartoon of one person looking into a cage of a man at his desk with a smaller man inside a smaller cage. It seems like a metaphysical portrait of having to report to your supervisor.

I Quitt!!
MS066-006-004 · Unidad documental simple · circa 1967-1970
Parte de Howard B. Hamilton, MD papers

Cartoon of Howard B. Hamilton (abbreviated HBH), is portrayed typically with his bow tie. Dr. Howard has nearly destroyed his office with the caption, "H.H Preparing For Biochemical Variation (Hokkaido)."

Mt. Niseko
MS066-006-005 · Unidad documental simple · circa 1967-1970
Parte de Howard B. Hamilton, MD papers

Cartoon of "H.H.," or Howard Hamilton. This portrays Dr.Hamilton skiing down Mount Niseko in Hakkaido.

Type Recital
MS066-006-006 · Unidad documental simple · circa 1967-1970
Parte de Howard B. Hamilton, MD papers

Cartoon of "H.H.," or Howard Hamilton. This portrays Dr.Hamilton typing on a Royal typewriter as his imagination has him think he is a great pianist performing a masterpiece.

Photographer
MS066-006-007 · Unidad documental simple · circa 1967-1970
Parte de Howard B. Hamilton, MD papers

Cartoon of Dr. Arthur D. Bloom. He is whimsically portrayed as holding a camera with a teacup spilled on the ground.

[Hula Away Howard]
MS066-006-008 · Unidad documental simple · circa 1967-1970
Parte de Howard B. Hamilton, MD papers

Cartoon of a hula dancing Dr.Akio Awa. He is portrayed telling Dr. Howard to, "Have a nice trip!!" The caption reads, "On H.H. Going to CUD Conference in Honolulu." This is a reoccuring motif within the cartoons of saying farewell to work friends before they leave the research facility in Hiroshima for work travel.

Back of Dining Room Check
MS066-006-009a · Unidad documental simple · circa 1967-1970
Parte de Howard B. Hamilton, MD papers

Cartoon of Dr. Howard Hamilton looking at crickets and/or grasshoppers in the dining room. Although bugs in the cafeteria typically cause diners uneasiness, Dr. Hamilton seems delighted by these dinner companions. Caption reads, "Back of Dining Room Check."

ADB to Washington
MS066-006-010a · Unidad documental simple · 5/20/1967
Parte de Howard B. Hamilton, MD papers

Cartoon of Dr. Arthur D. Bloom literally 'sleeping on the plane' on his way to a conference in Washington. This is an unlikely spot to take a nap, but Dr. Bloom seems to be in quite a deep sleep. Caption says, "Preparation for The Great Conference: Sleep tight!"

H.H Off to Honolulu
MS066-006-010b · Unidad documental simple · circa 1967-1970
Parte de Howard B. Hamilton, MD papers
  • Cartoon of "H.H.," or Howard Hamilton, on a plane to Honolulu. Dr. Howard seems to be defying normal airline rules by leaning out the airplane window mid flight to wave goodbye to his friends. Caption says, "Have a nice trip!!" Cartoon is signed by: AAA
  • T.H.
  • I.S.
  • A.H.
  • K.T.
  • A.D.B.
Tea Party at Auditorium
MS066-006-011a · Unidad documental simple · 5/18/1967
Parte de Howard B. Hamilton, MD papers

Cartoon of two women and one man, who are members of the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission. The caption reads, "E. Bloom," and, "A.D.B. [initials for Arthur D. Bloom] M. Bloom For Mrs. E. Bloom."

A Lonely Man
MS066-006-011b · Unidad documental simple · 5/20/1967
Parte de Howard B. Hamilton, MD papers

Cartoon depicting a somber Dr. Arthur D. Bloom where the Bloom family is wishing him well with the caption reading, "Have a Nice Trip."

AAA Returns a Borrowed Book
MS066-006-012a · Unidad documental simple · circa 1967-1970
Parte de Howard B. Hamilton, MD papers

Cartoon signed, "AAA," for Dr. Akio Awa who is depicted as returning a borrowed book. The caption reads, "Thank you very much." The title of the cartoon appears to be in someone else's hand, and it is presumed as Dr.Hamilton's, who may have created some of the titles for some of these illustrations.

Opening AAA's Window
MS066-006-012b · Unidad documental simple · 5/24/1967
Parte de Howard B. Hamilton, MD papers

Cartoon of Dr. Hamilton because of the presence of the bow tie of his character, who is using an unconventional entrance into Dr. Akio Awa's office. He may also be doing a poor job of trying to open the window of Dr. Awa's office. The caption reads, "Thank you, you did very well for me."

ADB Leaving for Washington
MS066-006-013 · Unidad documental simple · circa 1967-1970
Parte de Howard B. Hamilton, MD papers

Cartoon of Arthur D. Bloom leaving for work on an airplane. His head is wrapped in a bandage surrounding the outer perimeter of his head, which is a common motif in cartoons of someone being or feeling ill.

At Miyajima
MS066-006-014 · Unidad documental simple · 4/16/1967
Parte de Howard B. Hamilton, MD papers

Cartoon of Dr.HBH, or Howard B. Hamilton, performing in a Japanese theater called No? (Noh). This was a past time for Dr.Hamilton, and he would later translate No? plays into English. Dr.Arthur D. Bloom is seen photographing Dr. Hamilton in the cartoon. The comic is signed AAA for Dr. Akio Awa.

[Howard Has an Audience]
MS066-006-015 · Unidad documental simple · 4/17/1967
Parte de Howard B. Hamilton, MD papers

Cartoon of "HBH," or Howard B. Hamilton, who is performing in a No? play. The two members in the audience are presumably Arthur D. Bloom and Dr.Akio Awa.

Without Title
MS066-006-016 · Unidad documental simple · 4/26/1967
Parte de Howard B. Hamilton, MD papers

Cartoon of Dr. Awa because of the lack of a bow tie. The employees created and participated in tennis matches. Dr.Awa appears to be taking a magic tennis racket ride possibly insuating he has magical tennis skills.

[Hard Headed]
MS066-006-017 · Unidad documental simple · circa 1967-1970
Parte de Howard B. Hamilton, MD papers

Cartoon of Dr. Howard Hamilton getting hit over the head with an unusually large tennis racket by a "devil" Dr. Akio Awa. When the characters in the cartoons are up to no good, they are usually depicted with horns and fangs. Dr. Akio Awa is clearly up to some mischief in this scene that is reminiscent of other famous cartoons such as "Tom and Jerry."

[Don't Hang out with Howard]
MS066-006-018 · Unidad documental simple · 4/17/1967
Parte de Howard B. Hamilton, MD papers

Cartoon of Dr. Akio Awa with "devil" Dr. Hamilton, and the cartoon is a display of dark humor. When the characters in the cartoons are up to no good, they are usually depicted with horns and fangs. This is probably a hyperbole of the sentiment, "You're killing me!"

Dead or Alive
MS066-006-019 · Unidad documental simple · circa 1967-1970
Parte de Howard B. Hamilton, MD papers

Cartoon of a cat[?] with a nicotine habit, smoking a pipe. The creature is wearing a ten-gallon hat, and this poster has American Wild West undertones. The caption says, "Dead or Alive $100,000 FBI Wanted Chrom. Lab."

[Bedrest]
MS066-006-022a · Unidad documental simple · circa 1967-1970
Parte de Howard B. Hamilton, MD papers

Cartoon of Dr. Hamilton sick in bed with a thermometer in his mouth with his EKG sheet near his head.

[Arthur D. Bloom on Brown Lunch Bag]
MS066-006-022b · Unidad documental simple · circa 1967-1970
Parte de Howard B. Hamilton, MD papers

Cartoon of Dr. Arthur D. Bloom smoking his pipe with his eyes crossed appearing stressed. Dr. Bloom is frequently depicted with his seemingly beloved pipe, and this cartoon has been drawn on what appears to be a brown paper lunch sack.

Staff meeting
MS066-006-023 · Unidad documental simple · 4/21/1967
Parte de Howard B. Hamilton, MD papers

Cartoon of Dr. Hamilton sitting with his feet on the desk during a staff meeting. Dr. Hamilton participated in many other activities outside of work, and these are portrayed in his thought bubbles above his head. They include: performing in Noh plays, skiing, playing tennis, eating (in the cartoons he is seen with pie often), and typing.

Famous Brand-New Car
MS066-006-024 · Unidad documental simple · 1967-04
Parte de Howard B. Hamilton, MD papers

Cartoon of presumably Dr. Hamilton, although the bow tie is not visible/present. Dr. Hamilton is seen driving this same style VW Bug in other cartoons. This cartoon is reflective of the Flinstones motif, where Fred powered the motion of his car with his feet.