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Illustration, p. 13: “Pills and needle” drawing

Mixed Media (gouache, graphite, colored pencil, ink) on bristol paper. The illustration entitled, “Pills and needle” features a painting of a needle and pills. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin January-February 1964 issue on page 13. There are some publication markings. The reverse side has publication markings.

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Illustration, p. 17: “Umbrella in snow” drawing of woman walking in snow with umbrella by Joseph F. Schwarting

Gouache, graphite, on Strathmore water color board. The illustration entitled, ““Umbrella in snow” features a painting of a woman walking in snow with an umbrella. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin January-February 1964 issue on page 17. There are some publication markings. It is signed by Joseph F. Schwarting. The reverse side has some publication markings.

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Illustration, p.6: “Man with stacks of paper” drawing by Joseph F. Schwarting

Mixed media (gouache, graphite, bristol paper) on board. The illustration entitled, “Man with stacks of paper” features a painting of a tired worker with multiple stacks of paper. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin January-February 1964 issue on page 6. There are some publication marking. It is signed by Joseph F. Schwarting. The reverse side is blank.

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Illustration, p.81: “Peripheral Auscultation: Prospecting with a Stethoscope” drawing of children playing doctor using a stethoscope by Joseph F. Schwarting;

Gouache, graphite, on Strathmore water color board. The illustration entitled, ““Peripheral Auscultation: Prospecting with a Stethoscope” features a painting of a doctor using a stethoscope to check the heartbeat of a patient. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin September-October 1963 issue on page 81. It is signed by Joseph F. Schwarting. The reverse side is blank.

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Illustration, p.76: “The Cold Pressure test: A Simple Index” painting of a blood pressure machine floating in front of an iceberg by Joseph F. Schwarting

Gouache, graphite, on Crescent water color board. The illustration entitled, “The Cold Pressure test: A Simple Index” features a painting of a sphygmomanometer floating in front of an iceberg on the ocean. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin July-August 1963 issue on page 76. It is signed by Joseph F. Schwarting. The reverse side has archival notes.

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Illustration, p.76: “The Cold Pressure test: A Simple Index” painting of a blood pressure machine floating in front of an iceberg by Joseph F. Schwarting

Gouache, graphite, on Crescent water color board. The illustration entitled, “The Cold Pressure test: A Simple Index” features a painting of a sphygmomanometer floating in front of an iceberg on the ocean. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin July-August 1963 issue on page 76. It is signed by Joseph F. Schwarting. The reverse side has archival notes.

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Illustration, p.36: “Toxemia in Pregnancy” painting

Gouache, graphite, on watercolor paper. The illustration entitled,“Toxemia in Pregnancy” features a painting of a sphygmomanometer by two knitting needles and what appears to be a ball of yarn. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin March-April 1962 issue on page 36. There are publication markings. The reverse side has publication markings as well.

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Illustration, p.37: “Room-Night” painting

Gouache, graphite, on watercolor paper. The illustration entitled,“Toxemia in Pregnancy” features a painting of a door left ajar with a "no visitors" sign hanging from the door knob. A tidy room is shown with the lights turned off. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin March-April 1962 issue on page 37. There are publication markings. The reverse side has publication markings as well.

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Illustration, p.33: “Renal Diagram” drawing

Mixed media (gouache, paint, graphite, colored pencil, glue, paper) on bristol paper. The illustration entitled,“Renal Diagram” features a drawing of a diagram highlighting the "Renal-Adrenal Interaction for Regulating Sodium Potassium and Water Excretion." It appeared in The Heart Bulletin March-April 1962 issue on page 33. There are publication markings. The reverse side has publication markings.

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Illustration, p.32: “Aldosterone in Hypertension and in Edema” painting of hands

Gouache, graphite, on bristol paper. The illustration entitled,“Aldosterone in Hypertension and in Edema” features a doctors hand using a cone device. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin March-April 1962 issue on page 32. There are publication markings. The reverse side has publication markings.

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Illustration, p.27: “Graph” drawing

Mixed media (ink, graphite, glue, paper) on bristol paper. The illustration entitled,“Graph” features a graph. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin March-April 1962 issue on page 27. There are publication markings. The reverse side has publication markings and tape.

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Illustration, p. 18-19: “Book Reviews” painting of a man smoking and reading a book

Gouache, graphite, on watercolor paper. The illustration entitled,“Book Reviews” features a painting of a book critic reading a book with a cigarette in hand. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin January-February 1962 issue on page 18. There are publication markings. The reverse side has publication markings and tape.

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Illustration, p. 113: “Fig. 2: Diagram of Abnormal (“square wave”) response to the Valsalva Maneuver” drawing

Mixed media (ink, graphite, colored pencil) on card stock. The illustration entitled,“Fig. 2: Diagram of Abnormal ('square wave') response to the Valsalva Maneuver” features a rough draft of a diagram of an abnormal response to the valsalva manuever with special instructions directed to the artist. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin November-December 1961 issue on page 113. There are publication markings. The reverse side has publication markings.

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Illustration, p. 112: “Fig. 1: Diagram of Normal Valsalva Maneuver” drawing

Mixed media (ink, graphite, colored pencil) on card stock. The illustration entitled, “Fig. 1: Diagram of Normal Valsalva Maneuver" features a rough draft of a diagram with a normal response to the valsalva manuever with special instructions directed to the artist. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin November-December 1961 issue on page 112. There are publication markings. The reverse side has publication markings.

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Illustration, p. 102: “CPR” drawing

Mixed media (ink, graphite, paint) on bristol paper. The illustration entitled, “CPR" features a drawing of two men performing CPR on a third man. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin November-December 1961 issue on page 102. There are publication markings. The names "Neil & Hurst" correspond to the authors of the article in which this illustration is shown. The reverse side has publication markings.

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Illustration, p. 74: “The Dilemma of Pyelonephritis” painting of man standing next to person in bed by Joseph F. Schwarting

Ink, graphite, on bristol paper. The illustration entitled, “The Dilemma of Pyelonephritis" features an illustration of a man holding a beaker and graduated cylinder over the bed of sleeping woman. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin July-August 1961 issue on page 74. There are publication markings. The reverse side has publication markings.

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Illustration, p. 61: “Fibronolytic Therapy in Thromboembolic Disease” painting of man working in lab

Ink, graphite, on water color paper. The illustration entitled, “Fibronolytic Therapy in Thromboembolic Disease" features a painting of a man in a laboratory next to beakers while holding a graduated cylinder. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin July-August 1961 issue on page 61. There are publication markings. The reverse side is blank.

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Illustration, p. 47: “Postural tachycardia” drawing of hand over wrist

Ink, graphite, on bristol paper. The illustration entitled, “Postural tachycardia" features a drawing of a hand grasping another hand by its wrist. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin May-June 1961 issue on page 47. There are publication markings. The reverse side is blank.

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Illustration, p. 58: “American Heart Association Research Awards” drawing of man looking at heart with magnifying glass

Ink, graphite, on bristol paper. The illustration entitled, “American Heart Association Research Awards" features a drawing of a man holding a magnifying glass towards a heart. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin May-Junel 1960 issue on page 58. There are publication markings. The reverse side has notes written with blue ink, "THB May-June 1960."

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Illustration, p. 24: “Graduated cylinder” drawing

Ink, graphite, on bristol paper. The illustration entitled, “Graduated cylinder" features a drawing of two hands holding a graduated cylinder and a dropper. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin March-April 1960 issue on page 24. There are publication markings. The reverse side has notes written with blue ink, "THB Mar-Apr 1960."

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Illustration, p. 74: “Heart and lungs” drawing

Mixed media (ink, graphite, colored pencil, tape) on bristol paper. The illustration entitled, “Heart and lungs" features a drawing of heart and pair of lungs intertwined and merged together. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin July-August 1959 issue on page 74. There are publication markings. The reverse side has publication markings.

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Illustration, p. 24: “Blood Pressure” drawing of arm with blood pressure cuff

Mixed media (ink, graphite, tape) on bristol paper. The illustration entitled, “Blood Preassure" features a blood pressure cuff wrapped around an arm. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin March-April 1960 issue on page 24. There are publication markings. The reverse side has notes written with blue ink, "THB Mar-Apr 1960."

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Illustration, p. 42: “The Artificial Kidney” painting of a kidney with electric plugs attached

Mixed media (ink, graphite, colored pencil) on water color paper. The illustration entitled, “The Artificial Kidney" features a drawing of a beaker representing an artificial kidney with plugs and a straw tube. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin May-June 1959 issue on page 42. There are publication markings. The reverse side is blank.

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Illustration, p. 92: “Aterial Occlusion: Medical Management” drawing of man in oscillating bed by Jo Spier

Mixed media (ink, graphite, tape, sticker) on bristol paper. The illustration entitled, “Aterial Occlusion: Medical Management" features a drawing of a patient laying on an oscillating bed. There is text on the image that reads, "An oscillating bed helps collateral circulation to develop after arterial occlusion." It appeared in The Heart Bulletin September-October 1958 issue on page 92. There are publication markings. The reverse side has tape residue and text stating, "The Heart Bulletin - Sept- Oct 1958 pg 92."

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Illustration, p. 89: “Surgical Treatment in Myocardial Infarction” illustration

Mixed media (printed image, graphite, ink, colored pencil) on board. The illustration entitled, “Surgical Treatment in Myocardial Infarction" features a printed image of a technique used in excision and repair of a heart damaged by myoacardial infarction. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin September-October 1958 issue on page 89. There are publication markings. The reverse side has a circled number two done with a red color pencil.

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Illustration, p. 65: “Speech Rehabilitation in Aphasia” drawing of two men facing a mirror

Ink, paint, on bristol paper. The illustration entitled, “Speech Rehabilitation in Aphasia" features a drawing of a man sitting on a chair and facing a mirror while a doctor stands behind him showing him an object in his hand through the reflection of the mirror. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin July-August 1958 issue on page 65. There are publication markings. The reverse side is blank.

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Illustration, p. 59: “Man in chair eating” drawing

Ink, graphite, on bristol paper. The illustration entitled, “Man in chair eating" features a drawing of a patient sitting on a chair and having their meal. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin May-June 1958 issue on page 59. There are publication markings. The reverse side is blank.

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Illustration, p. 113: “Acute Myocarditis” painting

Ink, graphite, on bristol paper. The illustration entitled, “Acute Myocarditis" features a drawing of a title banner with a heart on the right corner. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin November-December 1957 issue on page 113. There are publication markings. The reverse side is blank.

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Illustration, p. 90: “Mother dropping child off at school” drawing by Jo Spier

Mixed media (ink, paint, graphite, tape, stickers) on board. The illustration entitled, “Mother dropping child off at school" features a drawing of a child being dropped off at school by their mother. The school is visible showing kids entering it. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin September-October 1957 issue on page 90. There are publication markings. The reverse side is blank.

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Illustration, p. 75: X-ray image of spine

Mixed media (radiograph, tape, graphite, ink) on bristol paper. The illustration entitled, “X-ray image of spine;" features an x-ray image of an aortogram done to a patient which shows an obstructed left renal artery with a dialation of the vessel. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin July-August 1957 issue on page 75. There are publication markings. The reverse side is blank.

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Illustration, p. 67: “Patient in bed with doctor” drawing

Mixed media (ink, graphite, colored pencil) on bristol paper. The illustration entitled "Patient in bed with doctor" features a patient in bed with an anesthetist besides him. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin July-August 1957 issue on page 67. There are publication markings. Reverse side is blank.

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Illustration, p. 74: “Cardiac Clinic: Renal Hypertension” drawing

Mixed media (paper, ink, graphite, colored pencil, tape) on bristol paper. The illustration entitled, “Cardiac Clinic: Renal Hypertension" features a drawing of a sphygmomanometer wrapped around a kidney ureter. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin July-August 1957 issue on page 74. There are publication markings. The reverse side is blank.

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Illustration, p. 66: “Doctor with chart” drawing

Mixed media (ink, graphite, colored pencil) on bristol paper. The illustration entitled "Doctor with chart" features a drawing of a doctor reading a chart. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin July-August 1957 issue on page 66. There are publication markings. Reverse side is blank.

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Illustration, p. 27: “Clinical and Research Abstracts” drawing of medical instrument

Mixed media (graphite, colored pencil) on bristol paper. The illustration entitled "Clinical and Research Abstracts" features a drawing of a sphygmomanometer. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin March-April 1958 issue on page 27. There are publication markings. Reverse side is blank.

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Illustration, p. 24: “Taxi cab” drawing with red overlay

Mixed media (plastic sheet, tape, graphite, ink) on bristol board. The illustration entitled "Taxi cab" features a drawing of a man with a small brief case getting on a taxi cab. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin March-April 1957 issue on page 4. There are publication markings. Reverse side is blank.

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Illustration, p. 4: “Heart with block” drawing

Mixed media (ink, graphite, colored pencil, tape, tracing paper) on bristol paper. The illustration entitled "Heart with block" features a drawing of a heart. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin January-February 1957 issue on page 4. There are publication markings. The reverse side has notes written with blue ink, "THB Jan-Feb 1957," and has publication marking written with blue color pencil.

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Illustration, p. 100: “Snowman” drawing

Mixed media (ink, graphite, colored pencil) on bristol paper. The illustration entitled "Snowman" features a person building a round snowman outside in a field. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin September-October 1956 issue on page 100. There are publication markings. The reverse side has notes written with blue ink, "THB September-October 1956."

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Illustration, p. 78: “Charles P. Bailey” photograph

Monochrome photograph. The photograph entitled, “Charles P. Bailey" features a portrait of Charles P. Bailey. The bottom right corner has the text, "Fabian Bachrach." It appeared in The Heart Bulletin July-August 1956 issue on page 78. There are publication markings. The reverse side has notes written with graphite and blue ink.

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Illustration, p. 78: “Charles P. Bailey” photograph

Monochrome photograph. The photograph entitled, “Charles P. Bailey" features a portrait of Charles P. Bailey. The bottom right corner has the text, "Fabian Bachrach." It appeared in The Heart Bulletin July-August 1956 issue on page 78. There are publication markings. The reverse side has notes written with graphite and blue ink.

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Illustration, p. 75: “Varicose Veins #19” drawing of a bandaged leg

Mixed media (ink, graphite, colored pencil) on bristol paper. The illustration entitled, “Varicose Veins #19" features an upright leg with an elastic bandage wrapped around it. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin July-August 1956 issue on page 75. There are publication markings. The reverse side has notes written with blue ink, "THB July-Aug 1956."

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Illustration, p. 75: “Varicose Veins #18” drawing of a bandaged leg

Mixed media (ink, graphite, colored pencil) on bristol paper. The illustration entitled, “Varicose Veins #18" features two upright legs with an elastic bandage wrapped around the left leg. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin July-August 1956 issue on page 75. There are publication markings. The reverse side has notes written with blue ink, "THB July-Aug 1956."

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Illustration, Jul. - Aug. 1956; p. 75: “Varicose Veins #17” drawing of vein in leg

Mixed media (ink, graphite, colored pencil) on bristol paper. The illustration entitled, “Varicose Veins #17" features a drawing of an upside down leg with a tourniquet applied. Varicose veins are present. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin July-August 1956 issue on page 75. There are publication markings. The reverse side has notes written with blue ink, "THB July-Aug 1956."

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Illustration, p. 75: “Varicose Veins #16” drawing of vein in leg

Mixed media (ink, graphite, colored pencil) on bristol paper. The illustration entitled, “Varicose Veins #16" features a drawing of an upside down leg with a tourniquet applied. Varicose veins are present. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin July-August 1956 issue on page 75. There are publication markings. The reverse side has notes written with blue ink, "THB July-Aug 1956."

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Illustration, p. 73: “Varicose Veins #13” drawing of vein in leg

Mixed media (ink, graphite, colored pencil) on bristol paper. The illustration entitled, “Varicose Veins #13" features an upright leg with a tourniquet applied. Varicose veins are present. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin July-August 1956 issue on page 73. There are publication markings. The reverse side has notes written with blue ink, "THB July Aug 1956."

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Illustration, p. 73: “Varicose Veins #11, 14, 15” drawing of vein in leg

Mixed media (ink, graphite, colored pencil) on bristol paper. The illustration entitled, “Varicose Veins #11, 14, 15" features an upright leg with a tourniquet applied. Varicose veins are present. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin July-August 1956 issue on page 73. There are publication markings. The reverse side has notes written with blue ink, "THB July-Aug 1956."

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Illustration, p. 73: “Varicose Veins #12” drawing of vein in leg

Mixed media (ink, graphite, colored pencil) on bristol paper. The illustration entitled, “Varicose Veins #12" features two upright legs with a tourniquet applied on the left leg. Varicose veins are present on the left leg. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin July-August 1956 issue on page 73. There are publication markings. The reverse side has notes written with blue ink, "THB July-Aug 1956."

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Illustration, p. 73: “Varicose Veins #10” drawing of vein in leg

Mixed meida (ink, graphite, colored pencil) on bristol paper. The illustration entitled, “Varicose Veins #10" features an upright leg with a tourniquet applied. Varicose veins are present. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin July-August 1956 issue on page 73. There are publication markings. The reverse side has notes written with blue ink, "THB July Aug 1956."

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Illustration, p. 73: “Varicose Veins #9” drawing of vein in leg

Mixed media (ink, graphite, colored pencil) on bristol paper. The illustration entitled, “Varicose Veins #9" features an upright leg with a tourniquet applied. Varicose veins are present. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin July-August 1956 issue on page 73. There are publication markings. The reverse side has notes written with blue ink, "THB July Aug 1956."

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Illustration, p. 73: “Varicose Veins #7” drawing of vein in leg

Mixed media (ink, graphite, colored pencil) on bristol paper. The illustration entitled, “Varicose Veins #7" features an upright leg with a tourniquet applied. Varicose veins are present. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin July-August 1956 issue on page 73. There are publication markings. The reverse side has notes written with blue ink, "THB July Aug 1956."

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Illustration, p. 73: “Varicose Veins #8” drawing of vein in leg

Mixed meida (ink, graphite, colored pencil) on bristol paper. The illustration entitled, “Varicose Veins #8" features a drawing of an upside down leg with a tourniquet applied. Varicose veins are present. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin July-August 1956 issue on page 73. There are publication markings. The reverse side has notes written with blue ink, "THB July-Aug 1956."

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Illustration, p. 73: “Varicose Veins #6” drawing of vein in leg

Mixed media (ink, graphite, colored pencil) on bristol paper. The illustration entitled, “Varicose Veins #6" features an upright leg with a tourniquet applied. Varicose veins are present. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin July-August 1956 issue on page 73. There are publication markings. The reverse side has notes written with blue ink, "THB July Aug 1956."

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Illustration, p. 73: “Varicose Veins #3 and 4” drawing of vein in leg

Mixed media (ink, graphite, color pencil) on bristol paper. The illustration entitled, “Varicose Veins #3 and 4" features a drawing of one leg with varicose veins present. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin July-August 1956 issue on page 73. There are publication markings. The reverse side has notes written with blue ink, "THB July Aug 1956."

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Illustration, p. 73: “Varicose Veins #2 and 5” drawing of vein in leg

Mixed media (ink, graphite, color pencil) on bristol paper. The illustration entitled, “Varicose Veins #2 and 5" features a drawing of an upside down leg with a tourniquet applied. Varicose veins are present. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin July-August 1956 issue on page 73. There are publication markings. The reverse side has notes written with blue ink, "THB July Aug 1956."

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Illustration, p. 71: “Man reading in chair” drawing

Mixed meida (ink, graphite, colored pencil) on bristol paper. The illustration entitled, “Man reading in chair" features a man reading while sitting in a chair. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin July-August 1956 issue on page 71. There are publication markings. The reverse side has notes written with blue ink, "THB July-Aug 1956."

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Illustration, p. 73: “Varicose Veins #1” drawing of vein in leg

Mixed media (ink, graphite, colored pencil) on bristol paper. The illustration entitled, “Varicose Veins #1" features a two hands pointing to a leg with prominent varicose veins. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin July-August 1956 issue on page 73. There are publication markings. The reverse side has notes written with blue ink, "THB July Aug 1956."

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Illustration, p. 65: “Woman with caldron” drawing by Jo Spier

Mixed media (ink, graphite, sticker) on white bristol paper. The illustration entitled, “Woman with caldron" features an elderly woman in a room filled with flowers, plants, and flower pots, stirring a caldron while being watched by her black cat. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin July-August 1956 issue on page 65 for the article titled, "Overdigitalization." There are publication markings. The reverse side is blank.

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Illustration, p. 113: “Cardiac Clinic: Dissecting Aneurysm of the Aorta” ink drawing

Mixed media (ink, paint, graphite, tape, staple) on bristol paper. The illustration entitled, “Cardiac Clinic: Dissecting Aneurysm of the Aorta" features a drawing of an aneurysm of the aorta. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin November-December 1955 issue on page 113. There are publication markings.The reverse side has notes written with blue ink, "THB Nov-Dec 1955."

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Illustration, p. 111: “Pericardiectomy for Relief of Chronic Constrictive Pericarditis” X-ray image

Mixed media (radiograph, graphite,ink) on board. The illustration entitled, “Pericardiectomy for Relief of Chronic Constrictive Pericarditis" features an x-ray image of a chronic constrictive pericarditis. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin November-December 1955 issue on page 111. There are publication markings. The reverse side has notes written with blue ink, "THB Nov-Dec 1955," and text.

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Illustration, p. 112: “Heart with chart” drawing

Ink, paper, on bristol paper. The illustration entitled, “Heart with chart" features a chart spreading across the silhouette of a heart. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin November-December 1955 issue on page 112. There are publication markings. The reverse side has notes written with blue ink, "THB Nov-Dec 1955," and text.

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Illustration, p. 111: “Pericardiectomy for Relief of Chronic Constrictive Pericarditis” X-ray image

Mixed media (radiograph, graphite,ink) on board. The illustration entitled, “Pericardiectomy for Relief of Chronic Constrictive Pericarditis" features an x-ray image of a chronic constrictive pericarditis. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin November-December 1955 issue on page 111. There are publication markings. The reverse side has notes written with blue ink, "THB Nov-Dec 1955," and text.

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Illustration, p. 110: “Pericardiectomy for Relief of Chronic Constrictive Pericarditis” X-ray image

Mixed media (radiograph, tape, paper, ink, graphite) on board. The illustration entitled, “Pericardiectomy for Relief of Chronic Constrictive Pericarditis" features an x-ray image of a chronic constrictive pericarditis. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin November-December 1955 issue on page 110. There are publication markings. The reverse side has notes written with blue ink, "THB Nov-Dec 1955," and text.

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Illustration, p. 110: “Pericardiectomy for Relief of Chronic Constrictive Pericarditis” X-ray image

Mixed media (radiograph, tape, paper, ink, graphite) on board. The illustration entitled, “Pericardiectomy for Relief of Chronic Constrictive Pericarditis" features an x-ray image of a chronic constrictive pericarditis. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin November-December 1955 issue on page 110. There are publication markings. The reverse side has notes written with blue ink, "THB Nov-Dec 1955," and text.

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Illustration, p. 99: “Pregnant Women and scales” drawing

Ink, paint, on bristol paper. The illustration entitled, “Pregnant Women and scales" features a pregnant unbalanced woman behind a table with an ubalanced scale. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin September-October 1955 issue on page 99. Reverse side has old glue streaks.

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Illustration, p. 106: “Cardiac Classic” drawing of Aesculapius holding a staff

Ink, graphite, on bristol paper. The illustration entitled, “Cardiac Classic" features a man holding a staff with a snake wrapped around it. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin November-December 1955 issue on page 106. There are publication markings. The reverse side has notes written with blue ink, "THB Nov-Dec 1955."

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Illustration, p. 97: “Hypertension and Toxema of pregnancy” drawing of sperm and eggs

Ink, paint, on bristol paper. The illustration entitled, “Hypertension and Toxema of pregnancy" features representations of sperm cells and female reproductive eggs. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin September-October 1955 issue on page 97. The reverse side has notes written with blue ink, "Heart 1955 Sept-Oct."

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Illustration, p. 96: “Cardiac Classis” drawing of a figure squatting, organs visible

Mixed media (ink, gouache, colored pencil) on bristol paper. The illustration entitled, "Cardiac Classics," features an illustration of a female figure squatting with their organs being visible. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin September-October 1955 issue on page 96. There are publication markings on the left side. The reverse side has notes written with blue ink, "THB Sept-Oct 55."

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Illustration, p. 95: “Physiology and Pathology of the Heart” drawings of figure drinking

Ink on bristol paper. The illustration entitled, “Physiology and Pathology of the Heart," features an illustration of bacterial figures drinking out of mugs happily while others are visibly becoming distressed. One of the mugs has a foamy drink labelled, "ANTIBIOTICS." Reverse side has old glue streaks. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin September-October 1955 issue on page 95.

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Illustration, p. 94: “Physiology and Pathology of the Heart” drawing

Ink on Crescent bristol paper. The illustration entitled, “Physiology and Pathology of the Heart," features what appears to be a heart artery. It appeared in The Heart Bulletin September-October 1955 issue on page 94. There are publication markings. Reverse side has notes written with blue ink, "Heart 1955 Sept-Oct."

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Funaki, Saori. Collaboration between Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission (ABCC) scientists and midwives in the ABCC genetics survey: An examination of the 1951 ABCC minutes

Folder contains an article by Saori FUNAKI, Department of Nursing, Tenshi College, published in the Journal of Radiological Nursing Society of Japan, Vol.11 No.2 pp.33-41.

Key words : Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission, health survey, midwifery

The genetics survey conducted in Japan by the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission (ABCC) was the largest health survey conducted during the post-war occupation. The purpose of this study was to examine the collaboration between ABCC scientists and Japanese midwives in the genetics survey by reviewing the 1951 ABCC minutes. ABCC scientists and midwives routinely communicated, with scientists considering questions and proposals from midwives throughout the survey. The ABCC scientists adjusted their approach based on these proposals, taking into account the detailed opinions of midwives and their representation of the mothersʼ feelings. The midwivesʼ delivery reports were essential for the success of the genetics survey, and they advocated for and represented the feelings of the participating mothers and families. Thus, the midwives were able to voice their opinions freely to ABCC scientists as their equals. ABCC scientists reciprocated by making efforts to build close collaborative relationships with midwives by creating a system that made it easy for midwives to speak their minds.

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Vol.11 No.2 pp.33-41
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