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Photograph of the first group of young neurosurgeons trained by D. Wilder Penfield and Dr. Bill Cone in Montreal, 1934, before the opening of the Montreal Neurological Institute
The "Old Guard" -- the first group of young neurosurgeons trained by Penfield and Cone in Montreal before the opening of the Montreal Neurological Institute, 1934. Seated L-R: Arthur Elvidge, Wilder, Bill Cone. Standing L-R: Arne Torkildsen, Lyle Gage, Joseph Evans, Jerzy Chorobski
Source: Something hidden : a biography of Wilder Penfield
Jefferson Lewis -- Halifax, N.S. : Goodread Biographies, 1983, c1981. -- 311 p., [20] p. of plates : ill., ports. ; 18 cm. -- ISBN 0887801013. -- Plate [23]
© Public Domain. Credit: Wilder Penfield Archive, Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital.
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