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  • Intermountain Jewish News, 1918-2014

    Record ID: B117.01

    Component Level: Series

    Creator: Intermountain Jewish News

    Creator: Goldberg family

    Abstract: This series has microfilm copies of the Intermountain Jewish News beginning in 1918 with the Denver News. The Intermountain Jewish News was founded by the Goldberg family.

  • Photographs, 1916-1995

    Record ID: B315.01

    Component Level: Series

  • Publications, 1944-1945, 2005

    Record ID: B207.02

    Component Level: Series

    Creator: Independent Order of B'nai B'rith

    Creator: Shaff, Howard

    Creator: Shaff, Audrey Karl

  • Medical bag, after 1934

    Record ID: B109.01.0001.00001

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: A black leather case with two leather handles and a metal clasp at the top. The interior sides of the case each have a compartment that close with a metal button. The flat opening case was patented by the Schell Co. in December of 1934. It was used by Dr. Arthur L. Esserman, a pediatrician in Denver, Colorado. Dr. Arthur L. Esserman (born 1898) was an intern at Children's Hospital in Denver from 1924 to 1926 and practiced pediatric medicine from 1926 until his death in 1952.

  • Hypodermic Syringe In Box, after 1925

    Record ID: B109.01.0002.00001

    Component Level: Item

    Creator: Becton-Dickinson

    Abstract: A glass 2 cubic-centimeter B-D Yale Luer-Lok hypodermic syringe in a box used by Dr. Arthur L. Esserman, a pediatrician in Denver, Colorado. The Luer-Lok syringe was patented by Becton, Dickenson & Co. in 1925 in Rutherford, New Jersey; this locking syringe system is still in use. Dr. Arthur L. Esserman (born 1898) was an intern at Children's Hospital in Denver from 1924 to 1926 and practiced pediatric medicine from 1926 until his death in 1952.

  • AeroHalor in Box, circa 1945

    Record ID: B109.01.0002.00002

    Component Level: Item

    Creator: Abbott Laboratories

    Abstract: Three pieces of an AeroHalor (a dry powder inhaler) used by Dr. Arthur L. Esserman, a pediatrician in Denver, Colorado. The AeroHalor was made by Abbot Laboratories in Chicago, Illinois. Dry powder inhalers were used in the 1940s, primarily for aerosolizing penicillin. Dr. Arthur L. Esserman (born 1898) was an intern at Children's Hospital in Denver from 1924 to 1926 and practiced pediatric medicine from 1926 until his death in 1952.

  • Reflex Hammer, between 1924-1952

    Record ID: B109.01.0002.00003

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: A Taylor diagnostic reflex hammer, used by Dr. Arthur Esserman, has a steel handle and a triangular piece of rubber held in place by a steel loop at the end of the handle. James Madison Taylor designed the ''tomahawk'' reflex hammer in 1888. Dr. Arthur L. Esserman (born 1898) was an intern at Children's Hospital in Denver, Colorado from 1924 to 1926 and practiced pediatric medicine in Denver from 1926 until his death in 1952.

  • Tongue Depressors and Cotton Swabs in Cylinder, between 1924-1952

    Record ID: B109.01.0002.00004

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: A chrome cylinder that is divided into three sections. In the largest section are two tongue depressers in wrappers. The tongue depressers are coated with an anaesthetic to numb throat pain. In the other sections are sticks and cotton for making cotton swabs. The materials belonged to Dr. Arthur L. Esserman (born 1898) who was an intern at Children's Hospital in Denver, Colorado from 1924 to 1926 and practiced pediatric medicine in Denver from 1926 until his death in 1952.

  • Fractionally Distilled Water, between 1924-1952

    Record ID: B109.01.0002.00005

    Component Level: Item

    Creator: Cutter Laboratories

    Abstract: Fractionally distilled water in a glass bottle with a rubber stopper holding 100 cubic centimeters. The water was for irrigation of wounds and boils. The bottle and water belonged to Dr. Arthur L. Esserman (born 1898) who was an intern at Children's Hospital in Denver, Colorado from 1924 to 1926 and practiced pediatric medicine in Denver from 1926 until his death in 1952.

  • ENT Battery Case, between 1924-1952

    Record ID: B109.01.0002.00006

    Component Level: Item

    Abstract: A metal case for a battery used to provide light as part of an ear, nose, and throat (ENT) diagnostic kit. (The battery was removed because of safety concerns.) The ENT diagnostic kit belonged to Dr. Arthur L. Esserman (born 1898) who was an intern at Children's Hospital in Denver, Colorado from 1924 to 1926 and practiced pediatric medicine in Denver from 1926 until his death in 1952.