J. W. CRANE
One of the fascinations in studying pioneer life is the discovery in unexpected places of some reminder of the doctor who had in his day contributed abundantly to the health and happiness of his community. The chicken coop may be a storehouse for such finds (Fig. 1.) A pair of saddle bags brought to Ontario from the New England States by a United Empire Loyalist doctor was found covered with hay in the manger of an unused barn.
The University of Western Ontario was most fortunate in securing Dr. Joseph O'Dwyer's surgical bag containing several types of intubation tubes, some
J. W. CRANE. Pioneer Medicine—Dr. Joseph O'Dwyer and Dr. Wm. Dunlop(Pioneer Medicine—Dr. Joseph O'Dwyer and Dr. Wm. Dunlop*). Ann Intern Med. 1930;3:856–862. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-3-8-856
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