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The Charles R. Drew Papers

Becoming "the Father of the Blood Bank," 1938-1941: Visuals

[Charles Drew in lab in front of a microscope]. [ca. 1940-1941].
Background Narrative Documents
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Metadata Record Scurlock Studios. [Charles Drew in lab in front of a microscope]. Photographic Print. 1 Image. [ca. 1940-1941]. jpg (144,042 Bytes)
[Charles Drew in lab in front of a microscope]. [ca. 1940-1941].
Metadata Record [Charles Drew with laboratory apparatus]. Photographic Print. 1 Image. [ca. 1940]. jpg (61,741 Bytes)
[Charles Drew with laboratory apparatus]. [ca. 1940].
Metadata Record "American Blood for British Air Raid Victims." Photographic Print. 1 Image. 8 January 1941. jpg (145,186 Bytes)
"American Blood for British Air Raid Victims." 8 January 1941.
Metadata Record [British National Institute of Research]. "American Blood for British Air Raid Victims." Photographic Print. 1 Image. 8 January 1941. jpg (167,469 Bytes)
"American Blood for British Air Raid Victims." 8 January 1941.
Metadata Record [Charles Drew with staff at the first American Red Cross blood bank]. Photographic Print. 1 Image. 1 February 1941. jpg (147,675 Bytes)
[Charles Drew with staff at the first American Red Cross blood bank]. 1 February 1941.
Metadata Record [Charles Drew with staff at the first American Red Cross blood bank]. Photographic Print. 1 Image. [ca. February 1941]. jpg (151,940 Bytes)
[Charles Drew with staff at the first American Red Cross blood bank]. [ca. February 1941].
Metadata Record [Charles Drew with the first mobile blood collecting unit]. Photographic Print. 1 Image. February 1941. jpg (160,666 Bytes)
[Charles Drew with the first mobile blood collecting unit]. February 1941.