Cortisone, sound recordings, interviews, Rheumatology, Arthritis, Rochester (N.Y.)
This recording features the opening ceremony for the Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation's nationwide campaign, which took place in Boston in the spring of 1950. It includes remarks by General Lucius D. Clay, who was the postwar Commander of the United States forces in Germany and served as national campaign Chairman. Also featured are remarks by toastmaster Dr. Lewis Perry, Headmaster Emeritus of Philips Exeter Academy. Dr. Perrry introduces General Clay, who then speaks on the importance of the campaign. The recording also includes the introduction of Dr. Philip S. Hench, but does not include Hench's own remarks. The ceremony was broadcast on the radio.
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Clay, Lucius DuBignon and Perry, Lewis, "Opening of Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation campaign" (1950). Historical A/V Materials, 1920-1963. 2.