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Category: 1940s

Volunteer Chapter Credo

He who serves humanity serves God, he who serves Deborah serves both. This phrase became the credo for the volunteer chapters of the day.

Elichman Pavilion Houses Chronic TB Cases

In 1949, the Elichman Pavilion was erected to house the most serious, chronic TB cases. Elichman Pavilion would later be used to house Deborah’s first recovering heart patients.

Nobel-Prize Winner and Inventor of TB Drug Visits Deborah

Selman Abraham Waksman, inventor, biochemist and microbiologist whose research into the decomposition of organisms that live in soil enabled the discovery of streptomycin and several other antibiotics, is pictured with Dr. Daniel Rednor, Medical Superintendent, and Clara Franks, Assistant to the President.

Terms & Conditions

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