By John T. Reeves, Robert F. Grover
John T Reeves and Robert F Grover have accrued jointly seven episodes narrating the exploits of cutting edge researchers that resulted in a few awesome clinical findings, changing the process medication in Colorado and in the course of the international. From the summit of Pikes height to the mountains of Leadville and South Park, from the Maroon Bells above Aspen to the wonderful thing about south-western Colorado, every one episode is written by way of specialists as regards to the unique experiments. Descendants, clinical colleagues, and those that have to that end taken up the torch of analysis all supply special perception into the heritage of technology above the timberline. ideal for future health care pros drawn to the background of study at the human body's reaction to publicity at better altitudes, this booklet will intrigue mountain climbers, medical professionals, scientists, citizens of Colorado, and clinical historians.
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Glover, Newsom, and Kingman, of course, were not living, but I was able to find and interview the son of one of them, Harry E. Kingman Jr. He recalled the crisis this way: The accreditation board came out here and said, your faculty isn’t good enough. So dad and Newsom got together and they both went to Kansas City; in fact, the two families lived in the same apartment house close together. It took about six or seven months at Kansas City Veterinary College, and then after that Newsom went to San Francisco to one of the private veterinary schools out there.
THE EDITORS John Scott Haldane (fig. 1) was not the first distinguished member of Oxford University to visit Colorado. In 1882, thirty years before him, Oscar Wills O’Flaherty Fingal Wilde, a walking advertisement for Gilbert and Sullivan’s light opera Patience, had arrived in Leadville “anxious for to shine in the high aesthetic line, as a man of culture rare” (Ellman 1987; Griswold and Griswold 1995). Dressed in a long green overcoat “befrogged and wonderfully befurred” with broad bands of otter skin, with a wide Lord Byron collar and sky blue shirt beneath his large, white, and flat face, he had astounded the Leadville miners both with his wit and with his ability to hold whiskey.
Reeves Fig. 1. J. S. Haldane. At left is a photograph taken ca 1911. From Cunningham and Lloyd, The Regulation of Human Respiration (1963), by permission of Blackwell Scientific, Oxford. At right is a portrait of the aged J. S. Haldane by P. A. de Laszlo. ) Courtesy of Scottish National Portrait Gallery. ” Wilde’s visit had an enormous, if transient, impact—his sayings were telegraphed around the country in advance of his arrival. He advertised Patience with great success, his public displays of aestheticism being a necessary preliminary without which the audience would not have understood the subject matter, his own outrageous affectations, that the show satirizes.