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Dr. Frederick H. Goldman in the Industrial Hygiene Laboratory, National Institute of Health (NIH), Washington, DC. The purpose of the laboratory, would have been to analyze samples from industrial hygiene investigations, and to develop analysis methods. Goldman, and Morris B. Jacobs, authored Chemical Methods in Industrial Hygiene, 1953. Original caption of related photograph: Doctor analyzing blood samples for xyledine, at the National Institute of Health, Industrial Hygiene Division.”
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Content Provider(s): CDC/ Barbara Jenkins, NIOSH
Creation Date: 1943
Photo Credit: Roy Perry, Jr., U.S. Public Health Service
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