This image from 1959, depicted Denny Constantine, DVM, who at the time, was the Chief of the Public Health Service (PHS), Southwest Rabies Investigation Station, located in Las Cruces, New Mexico. Here, Dr. Constantine was examining, and identifying a number of bats, which were captured in the region that included the PHS Midwest Rabies Investigation Station in Poynette, Wisconsin. To the doctor’s right, stood Roger E. Wilsnack, DVM, Assistant Chief of the PHS, Midwest Rabies Investigation Station in Poynette, Wisconsin. At the time, the Southwest Rabies Investigation Station was overseen by its Chief, Dr. Constantine, and Asst. Chief, Gordon C. Solomon, DVM.