Oral history interview with Joseph Erlanger, 1964. 1964.

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Erlanger, Joseph, 1874-1965,. Oral history interview with Joseph Erlanger, 1964.

Oral history interview with Joseph Erlanger, 1964. 1964.

Erlanger discusses his early days and research at the Washington University School of Medicine, and his work with Dr. Herbert Gasser in developing a cathode-ray oscilloscope. He also discusses some of his experiences at Johns Hopkins University and the University of Wisconsin medical schools and colleagues such as Dr. William Welch, George Dock.

Transcript : 11 leaves.Sound recording : 1 sound tape reel : analog.

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