A chemist in the Industrial Hygiene Laboratory at the U.S. National Institute of Health (NIH) in Washington, DC. This was Dr. Frederick H. Goldman’s laboratory. The purpose of the laboratory, would have been to analyze samples from industrial hygiene investigations, and to develop analysis methods. Original caption: “A chemist in the Industrial Hygiene Division, National Institute of Health, using the dithizone method for the analysis of lead and zinc.”
The NIOSH Historic Photo Collection began as the picture file of the Industrial Hygiene Division of the U.S. Public Health Service (USPHS), c. 1930-1960. It is a unique collection of mid-20th Century images of American workers and workplaces and documents occupational safety and health research of that era. The collection consists of approximately 1,000 original photographs and schematic drawings.
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