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Wrapped Patients at St. Elizabeths Asylum, Canton, early 1900s courtesy National Archives

March 16, 1915. “Operating Room, Washington Asylum Hospital.” (via Washington Asylum: 1915 | Shorpy Historical Photo Archive)

Members of the Australian Red Cross transporting blood, 1945 (via the National Archives of Australia).

Movable eye, 1948. From trays of assorted eyes codesigner Fritz Jardon of american optical company finds a match for patient’s good right eye.

“Instructing nurses on the use of respirator for a polio patient” 1958. Unknown photographer/location, via National Archives. These iron lungs would soon be obsolete, thanks to Dr. Salk.

prosthodontia: "This 1942 photo shows a psychiatric patient at Patton State Hospital being prepared for the era’s cure all-Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT)."

à partir de BuzzFeed

The 42 Best Photos Ever Taken Of White House Pets

Lyndon B. Johnson sings with his grandson and his dog Yuki. From the National Archives

Lewis Hine. These all work in Cleveland Hosiery Mills. The very youngest one (with curls) said, "I ravels and picks up", December 1910. National Archives via Flickr.