This collection chiefly contains the papers, articles, notes, and research material of Dr. Emil Bogen of Los Angeles, California.
Dr. Emil Bogen was a physician and researcher in Los Angeles. He was chief pathologist at Olive View Sanatorium in Sylmar,
California, and was an internationally known tuberculosis expert. He also studied alcoholism and his research contributed
to the invention of the breathalizer.
Approximately 2,600 items in 35 boxes
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