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[Hall of Medicine in Appel's Studio]

Description: Photograph of the Hall of Medicine sculpture series created by Doris Appel lined up on display within Appel's studio. An unknown man is visible standing and observing one of the statues near the center of the photo. A handwritten label is adhered to the bottom right corner that reads, "The Hall of Medicine by Doris Appel -in the studio-".
Date: unknown
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Sculpture of Surgeon]

Description: Photograph of Doris Appel's sculpture, "Surgery", a figure of a doctor with his arms raised as if operating on an unseen patient. An address label is adhered to the bottom right corner of the photo along with the title of the sculpture.
Date: unknown
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Appel Studio]

Description: Photograph of some of Doris Appel's Hall of Medicine sculptures in a studio or workshop. The sculpture in the foreground is being held up by several wooden beams and appears to have fencing or netting on the back of it.
Date: unknown
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Appel with Historians Sigerist and Castiglioni]

Description: Photograph Doris Appel, Henry E. Sigerist, a reporter from the Baltimore Sun, and Arturo Castiglioni walking through a garden area side by side. The photo is attached to a piece of brown paper, on which each member of the group is labeled. The paper appears to be an inside cover page from Sigerist's book, Civilization and Disease. There is a note from Sigerist to Appel on the page that reads, "To Doris Appel whose creations are a great contribution to civilization. Mr. Sigerist."
Date: unknown
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Appel with Sigerist at Johns Hopkins]

Description: Photograph of sculptor, Doris Appel, standing with medical historian, Henry Sigerist, near a large entrance passage at Johns Hopkins Institute. Sigerist is standing on the left with his right arm raised to wave at the camera and Appel is on the right holding multiple items in her arms, positioned facing Sigerist while smiling back at the camera.
Date: unknown
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Scrapbook Page of Doris Appel and Sir Alexander Fleming]

Description: Scrapbook page featuring photos of Doris Appel, Sir Alexander Fleming, and an unknown woman gathered on the porch of a house. Doris appears to be working on a canvas next to a seated Alexander Fleming in several of the photos. Writing at the bottom of the page reads, "Sir Alexander Fleming - At home of Dr. Roger Lee President of AMA Cambridge 1953".
Date: 1953~
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Appel Sculpting Fleming]

Description: Photograph of Alexander Fleming sitting in a suit and bow tie while Doris Appel, whose arm only is visible, sculpts his likeness to the right. Handwriting below the photo reads, "Sir Alexander Fleming & me!"
Date: unknown
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Hall of Medicine Dedication Ceremony]

Description: Photograph of Joe M. Blumberg giving a dedication speech at a ceremony for Doris Appel's Hall of Medicine sculpture series in Washington D.C. Doris Appel is sitting to the left of the podium on stage in a light colored dress and hat, and an unidentified man in a dark suit is also seated on stage to the left of Doris. the sculptures appear on display in the background. Text written on the bottom edge of the photo mat indicates the ceremony and sculptures were "In Medical Museum of Armed Air Forces Institute of Pathology".
Date: August 23, 1963
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT

[Fleming Sitting for Appel's Sculpture]

Description: Photograph of Sir Alexander Fleming posing in a chair on a patio while Doris Appel stands beside him to sculpt his likeness. Lady Amalia Fleming stands to the right, observing with her hands behind her back and smiling. Appel appears to be turned slightly towards Amalia and gesturing at the sculpture, which is hidden from the camera behind Alexander's head. Handwriting on the bottom edge list the names of the group and indicates the photo was taken at Dr. Roger Lee's home.
Date: unknown
Partner: Moody Medical Library, UT