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Finding Aid for the I.P. Pavlov: Collection of 18 Contemporary Laboratory Photographs ca. 1900
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Box 1, Item 1

Photo no. 1: I.P. Pavlov with a group of coworkers in the yard of the Institute of Experimental Medicine, at the entrance to the Division of Physiology.

Scope and Content Note

pictured are: A.E. Ganike, G.A. Smirnov, I.P. Pavlov, S.V. Parashchuk, L.F. Piontkovskii, V.N. Boldyrev, V.P. Babkin, A.P. Sokolov, Ia.A. Bukhshtab, N.I. Geiman, I.S. Kadygrobov, V.P. Neelov, M.A. Arbekov, P.V. Troitskii, G.B. Berlatskii, L.A. Orbeli, I.S. Tsitovich, V.V. Savich

Note

photo was published in Pavlov's "Polnoe sobranie trudov", 1940- , v. 2, p. 304
Box 1, Item 2

Photo no. 2: Dogs and keepers, outdoor exercise.

Box 1, Item 3

Photo no. 3: A part of the "canine gastric juice factory".

Scope and Content Note

five dogs in the laboratory; "a number of dogs spend from six to ten thirty A.M. daily, chewing...food in the platters before them. The esophagus has been severed so that the food drops back into the platter and is eaten over and over again. Meanwhile the gastric juice is collected from the gastric fistula, about a liter a day being secured from each dog. This is filtered, serated, and shipped to various physicians..."
Box 1, Item 4

Photo no. 4: The room where the dogs are fed after their session in the "canine gastric juice factory".

Box 1, Item 5

Photo no. 5: Ten dogs and keepers.

Scope and Content Note

"Pavlov was extremely fond of the dogs used in his lab; they were well cared for and lived long lives"
Box 1, Item 6

Photo no. 6: Group of experimenters in one of the laboratories.

Scope and Content Note

"Notice the dog on the stand at the right with the receptacle attached to the abdominal opening to collect the juice from a 'Pavlov pouch' "
Box 1, Item 7

Photo no. 7: View of the same lab looking in the opposite direction.

Box 1, Item 8

Photo no. 8: A group in the laboratory during a break.

Scope and Content Note

"note the tea drinking and the tea kettle"
Box 1, Item 9

Photo no. 9: Another corner of the laboratory.

Scope and Content Note

"notice the tea kettle"
Box 1, Item 10

Photo no. 10: One of the experimental laboratories.

Box 1, Item 11

Photo no. 11: I.P. Pavlov in the operating room of the Institute of Experimental Medicine. 1902

Scope and Content Note

pictured are: A.P. Sokolov, I.V. Shuvalov (laboratory assistant), I.P. Pavlov, Ia.A. Bukhshtab

Note

photo published in Pavlov's "Polnoe sobranie trudov", 1940- , v. 2, p. 376
Box 1, Item 12

Photo no. 12: "Professor Pavlov's office".

Box 1, Item 13

Photo no. 13: Grounds of the Imperial Institute for Experimental Medicine, St. Petersburg.

Scope and Content Note

the chemical laboratory building is shown on the left, Pavlov's physiological laboratory building on the right
Box 1, Item 14

Photo no. 14: Exterior view of the building for the dogs.

Box 1, Item 15

Photo no. 15: Interior view of the building for the dogs.

Box 1, Item 16

Photo no. 16: Corridor of a ward where the dogs were kept.

Scope and Content Note

"the rooms were heated, well-lighted, and ventilated"
Box 1, Item 17

Photo no. 17: The surgeons' preparation room.

Scope and Content Note

located "between the dogs' preparation room and the operating room"
Box 1, Item 18

Photo no. 18: Exterior view of Pavlov's physiological laboratory building.