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#ThrowbackThursday - This was what a mobile medical and surgical supply looked like in 1956: the converted trunk of a '55 Packard 400 hardtop. https://www.avma.org/News/JAVMANews/Pages/151015f.aspx?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=socmed&utm_campaign=vethistory

#ThrowbackThursday - This was what a mobile medical and surgical supply looked like in 1956: the converted trunk of a '55 Packard 400 hardtop. https://www.avma.org/News/JAVMANews/Pages/151015f.aspx?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=socmed&utm_campaign=vethistory

#ThrowbackThursday - Veterinary radiology of a dog circa 1937. This photo ran in the Nov. 1937 issue of JAVMA, which advised: "The amount of radiation absorbed in a single examination would rarely be dangerous, but since the effects are associated with cumulative absorption, every precaution to avoid the unnecessary exposure should be taken." https://www.avma.org/News/JAVMANews/Pages/151015d.aspx?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=socmed&utm_campaign=vethistory

#ThrowbackThursday - Veterinary radiology of a dog circa 1937. This photo ran in the Nov. 1937 issue of JAVMA, which advised: "The amount of radiation absorbed in a single examination would rarely be dangerous, but since the effects are associated with cumulative absorption, every precaution to avoid the unnecessary exposure should be taken." https://www.avma.org/News/JAVMANews/Pages/151015d.aspx?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=socmed&utm_campaign=vethistory

#ThrowbackThursday - Here's another view of that 1956 mobile medical and surgical supply in a 1955 Packard 400 hardtop. Enjoy! https://www.avma.org/News/JAVMANews/Pages/151015f.aspx?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=socmed&utm_campaign=vethistory

#ThrowbackThursday - Here's another view of that 1956 mobile medical and surgical supply in a 1955 Packard 400 hardtop. Enjoy! https://www.avma.org/News/JAVMANews/Pages/151015f.aspx?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=socmed&utm_campaign=vethistory

A September 1944 photo spread from JAVMA shows mules and horses in the theater of World War II (clockwise from top left) from New Guinea to Australia to Burma to Italy. https://www.avma.org/News/JAVMANews/Pages/151001d.aspx?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=socmed&utm_campaign=vethistory

A September 1944 photo spread from JAVMA shows mules and horses in the theater of World War II (clockwise from top left) from New Guinea to Australia to Burma to Italy. https://www.avma.org/News/JAVMANews/Pages/151001d.aspx?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=socmed&utm_campaign=vethistory

Dr. D.R. Stephenson of Rockford, Ill., was shown using a mobile phone on a farm in a February 1950 JAVMA article. Stephenson said the advantages of the device were “mileage and time saved in the working day, ability to reach emergencies quickly, and peace of mind—because one is in constant touch with clients, office, and home.” https://www.avma.org/News/JAVMANews/Pages/151001m.aspx?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=socmed&utm_campaign=vethistory

Dr. D.R. Stephenson of Rockford, Ill., was shown using a mobile phone on a farm in a February 1950 JAVMA article. Stephenson said the advantages of the device were “mileage and time saved in the working day, ability to reach emergencies quickly, and peace of mind—because one is in constant touch with clients, office, and home.” https://www.avma.org/News/JAVMANews/Pages/151001m.aspx?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=socmed&utm_campaign=vethistory

What a veterinary radiography machine looked like in 1937. https://www.avma.org/News/JAVMANews/Pages/151015d.aspx?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=socmed&utm_campaign=vethistory

What a veterinary radiography machine looked like in 1937. https://www.avma.org/News/JAVMANews/Pages/151015d.aspx?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=socmed&utm_campaign=vethistory

Veterinary care of a dog during hostilities in Vietnam. https://www.avma.org/News/JAVMANews/Pages/151001h.aspx?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=socmed&utm_campaign=vethistory

Veterinary care of a dog during hostilities in Vietnam. https://www.avma.org/News/JAVMANews/Pages/151001h.aspx?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=socmed&utm_campaign=vethistory

Dr. John W. Carey readies a buggy he restored for the Living History Veterinary Infirmary, which the Iowa VMA dedicated in October 1977 in Des Moines. This was just one of several veterinary museums created by state veterinary medical associations during this period. https://www.avma.org/News/JAVMANews/Pages/151001i.aspx?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=socmed&utm_campaign=vethistory

Dr. John W. Carey readies a buggy he restored for the Living History Veterinary Infirmary, which the Iowa VMA dedicated in October 1977 in Des Moines. This was just one of several veterinary museums created by state veterinary medical associations during this period. https://www.avma.org/News/JAVMANews/Pages/151001i.aspx?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=socmed&utm_campaign=vethistory

Seven veterinarians were part of the Apollo 11 program, the first manned mission to land on the moon. Major Richard Boster, an Air Force veterinarian pictured at the left here, exposed a variety of cold-blooded invertebrates and fish to lunar material.  https://www.avma.org/News/JAVMANews/Pages/151001h.aspx?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=socmed&utm_campaign=vethistory

Seven veterinarians were part of the Apollo 11 program, the first manned mission to land on the moon. Major Richard Boster, an Air Force veterinarian pictured at the left here, exposed a variety of cold-blooded invertebrates and fish to lunar material. https://www.avma.org/News/JAVMANews/Pages/151001h.aspx?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=socmed&utm_campaign=vethistory

Seven veterinarians were part of the Apollo 11 program, the first manned mission to land on the moon. Major Richard Boster, an Air Force veterinarian pictured at the left here, exposed a variety of cold-blooded invertebrates and fish to lunar material.  https://www.avma.org/News/JAVMANews/Pages/151001h.aspx?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=socmed&utm_campaign=vethistory

Seven veterinarians were part of the Apollo 11 program, the first manned mission to land on the moon. Major Richard Boster, an Air Force veterinarian pictured at the left here, exposed a variety of cold-blooded invertebrates and fish to lunar material. https://www.avma.org/News/JAVMANews/Pages/151001h.aspx?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=socmed&utm_campaign=vethistory

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