This photograph shows the first class of the Trudeau School of Tuberculosis in the Saranac Laboratory 1917. The Trudeau School was founded by Dr. Edward R. Baldwin, and offered six-week summer courses for physicians to learn the latest treatment methods for TB. This photograph and others past and present are featured in a new special exhibit, Pandemic Perspectives, opening this week at the Saranac Laboratory Museum. The exhibit invites visitors to compare their experiences during the Covid-19 pandemic to the TB era in Saranac Lake. Stay tuned for more on this special exhibit!
[Historic Saranac Lake Collection, 2021.4. Courtesy of Trudeau Institute.]
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