Picture of J. Mountain Engraved On a Wooden Microscope Case #7321


#7321 Picture of J. Mountain Engraved On a Wooden Microscope Case by KAPD
This was where Dr. Joseph W. Mountin carved his name into his microscope’s wooden case for identification.

After WWII, Dr. Mountin was directly responsible for the redesign of the Office of Malaria Control in War Areas (MCWA) into the Communicable Disease Center, which became an institution synonymous around the world with excellence in public health practice. This artifact can be seen at the Global Health Odyssey.

This image was created in 2004 and provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Global Health Odyssey, Judy Gantt, Mary Hilpertshauser/James Gathany. [0004-0703-0821-1554] by 0004

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