1964 Annual ReportCollection: Annual Reports of the Hospital for Special Surgery

Description: Collection of 63 volumes of Annual Reports from the Hospital for Special Surgery, originally known as the Hospital for the Relief of the Ruptured and Crippled. The reports span the years from 1895-1979, chronicling the development of life-changing discoveries pertaining to musculoskeletal diagnosis, treatment and care against a backdrop of ongoing political and economic crises, including surgery to treat wounded soldiers of WWII, establishment of American Hospital in Britain, use of HSS as supplier of blood for WWII national defense programs, polio’s impact and treatment.