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Published: 3/11/2012


Toledo Magazine: Medicine on the Maumee

An exhibit at the University of Toledo explores the area's health care history. The "Medicine on the Maumee" exhibit is free and open to the public from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday at UT's Carlson Library through Dec. 20. CLICK ON ANY IMAGE TO VIEW FULL PHOTO, START SLIDE SHOW.

The exhibit includes a traditional doctor's black bag and instruments that would be used on house calls. Enlarge | Buy This Photo The exhibit includes a traditional doctor's black bag and instruments that would be used on house calls.
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A U.S. Airforce Bailout Breathing Oxygen unit. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A U.S. Airforce Bailout Breathing Oxygen unit.
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John Jaeger, dressed as his great great grandfather, Frederick Jaeger, sits with a log book that belonged to the circuit-riding doctor in Woodville who practiced until the 1860s. Enlarge | Buy This Photo John Jaeger, dressed as his great great grandfather, Frederick Jaeger, sits with a log book that belonged to the circuit-...
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A McKesson Resuscitator machine. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A McKesson Resuscitator machine.
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Pills were stored in corked glass bottles. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Pills were stored in corked glass bottles.
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A DeVilbiss Hard Rubber Atomizer No 127, circa 1920. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A DeVilbiss Hard Rubber Atomizer No 127, circa 1920.
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A Civil War amputation kit. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A Civil War amputation kit.
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Visitors look at the items on display at UT's Carlson Library. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Visitors look at the items on display at UT's Carlson Library.
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