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Jews

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 31 Collections and/or Records:

AeroHalor in Box, circa 1945

 Item
Identifier: B109.01.0002.00002
Overview 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.

Alpha Omega Alpha Certificate, 1921

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Identifier: B109.02.0004.00002
Overview A framed Certificate from the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honorary Fraternity for Arthur Losos Esserman for membership at Washington University. 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.

American Academy of Pediatrics Certificate, between 1926-1952

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Identifier: B109.02.0004.00003
Overview A framed Certificate from the American Academy of Pediatrics for Arthur L. Esserman, M. D. upon his election as a fellow. The seal of The American Academy of Pediatrics has a drawing of a baby in the center. 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.

American Board of Pediatrics License, 1936 May 15

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Identifier: B109.02.0004.00004
Overview A framed license for Dr. L. Esserman, M. D. from the American Board of Pediatrics. The license number is number 587. There is a printed seal of the American Board of Pediatrics with a drawing of a child's head in the center. 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.

Arthur and Paul Esserman, circa 1950

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Identifier: B109.02.0004.0003.00001
Overview Dr. Arthur L. Esserman and his son Paul Esserman are standing in front of a brick building. They both have on shirts and long pants and Paul Esserman has on suspenders. Dr. Esserman was an intern at Children's Hospital in Denver, Colorado and practiced pediatric medicine in Denver from 1926 until his death in 1952.

Box 1, between 1924-1952

 File — Box B109.01.0001: Series B109.01 [U186020735992]
Identifier: B109.01.0001

Box 2, 1924-1952

 File — Box B109.01.0002: Series B109.01 [U186020736003]
Identifier: B109.01.0002
Overview (8) Various Medical Instruments: ENT Battery Case; Tongue Depressors and cotton swabs in chrome cylinder; Chest piece of Fleisher stethoscope; fractionally distilled water; AeroHaler in box; Hypodermic Syringe in Box; reflex hammer.

Box 3, 1924-1952

 File — Box B109.01.0003: Series B109.01 [U186020736011]
Identifier: B109.01.0003
Overview Leather Symptom Notebooks, Medical Instruments including stethoscope, and Leather Cases

Box 4, 1920-1952

 File — Box B109.02.0004: Series B109.02 [U186020736029]
Identifier: B109.02.0004
Overview (3) letter file folders include: photographs and clippings, medical papers, children's hospital memorial entry. (4) framed documents. (1) large file folder of diploma and licenses.

Chest Piece of Fleischer Stethoscope, between 1924-1952

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Identifier: B109.01.0002.00008
Overview Chest piece and rubber tube of a Fleischer stethoscope used by Dr. Arthur L. Esserman, a pediatrician in Denver, Colorado. The chest piece is silver-plated metal with the front covered by black plastic. The stethoscope was designed by Andrew W. ''Doc'' Fleischer and manufactured by the Becton-Dickinson company. 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.