Sunday, October 01, 2006

Science and Technology, Leitz-Wetzlar microscope

Photo Credit: James Gathany, CDC/ Global Health Odyssey, Judy Gantt, Mary HilpertshauserThis is the 1913 E. Leitz-Wetzlar microscope that Dr. Mountin used in medical school and early in his career as a physician. The Communicable Disease Center was organized in Atlanta, GA, on July 1, 1946. As a visionary public health leader, its founder, Dr. Joseph W. Mountin had high hopes for this small
and comparatively insignificant branch of the Public Health Service (PHS). This artifact can be seen at the Global Health Odyssey.

Content Providers(s): CDC/ Global Health Odyssey, Judy Gantt, Mary Hilpertshauser , Creation Date: 2004, Photo Credit: James Gathany
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