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Alice Polk
Polk was a lab technician and co-author with Dr. Buddingh and Dr. Goodpasture on several papers relating to chick embryos.

Rosalie Johnson
Rosalie Johnson was a laboratory assistant in the Department of Pathology. Her husband, Claud, was responsible (along with Ernest Goodpasture) for identifying the mumps virus.

William Gunter, Jr.
Gunter was an autopsy technician in the Department of Pathology, as well as a skilled photographer praised by Goodpasture for his work for Pathology and other departments. His brother, Albert, was also employed by the Department of Pathology, and his…

William Gunter, Jr.
Gunter was an autopsy technician in the Department of Pathology, as well as a skilled photographer praised by Goodpasture for his work for Pathology and other departments. His brother, Albert, was also employed by the Department of Pathology, and his…

Pathology Technician
The identity of this man is unknown, but he is possibly William Gunter, Jr., or his brother Albert. Both men were autopsy technicians employed by the Department of Pathology.

Jimmie Pinkston
Jimmie Pinkston was married to Jim Pinkston, a faculty member in the Department of Pharmacology.

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Jim Pinkston
Jim Pinkston was a faculty member in the Department of Pharmacology.

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Jimmie Pinkston
Jim Pinkston was a faculty member in the Department of Pharmacology. Here his wife Jimmie is seen perched on a laboratory chair, reading.

Unidentified People in Laboratory
Two people conduct research in a laboratory.

Oscar Bloch
Dr. Bloch, who had previously been a research fellow, was instructor of bacteriology at Vanderbilt for a short time in 1937. Like other talented pathologists in these years (Alice and Eugene Woodruff, William Demonbreun), Bloch was quickly recruited…

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