Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Biographical data, correspondence, papers, talks, and technical data, 1938-73. Dr. Charles Gell's chief contributions to aviation medicine dealt with the hazards of cosmic rays in space flight, the development of methods for quick freezing of mammals, and the problems of accelleration stress in flight.
Correspondence, laboratory notebooks, research manuscripts, reprints, reports, aviation industry publications, photographs, slides, newsclippings, and artifacts document the distinguished medical research career of Harold Lamport, best known for his groundbreaking work in hemodynamics and the improvement of antigravity flight suits, iron lung devices, and high-frequency sound wave devices for fragmenting kidney and gall stones.
Reports, meeting minutes, photographs, and speeches collected by John F. Fulton for Yale's Aeromedical Research Unit and the National Research Council's Division of Medical Services document military and aviation physiological studies.
Collection of background research materials and copies of original Lyster manuscript materials from other repositories gathered by Stephen Craig during the creation of his biographical article about Lyster. Lyster served under William Gorgas in Cuba and the Panama Canal Zone, was head of the aviation medical corps during WWI, and was a director of the Rockefeller Foundation Yellow Fever Commission. He was an ophthalmologist in private practice.