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The Operating Theatre
After The Shift
Vogue Cover Featuring A Nurse
In Good Health
A Nurse Takes A Patient's Blood Pressure
A Patient Sleeps In A Hospital Room
New Yorker June 9th, 1951
Doctor, You must<$> Stop Addressing
Have Your Pillows Been Plumped This Morning?
Forty Minutes At Three Hundred And Fifty Degrees
Eat Drink And Be Merry
Only Its Tremendous Will To Live Pulled
Damn It, Nurse! I Didn't Ask For A Twenty
Two People - Boy And Female Nurse - In Doctor's
New Yorker November 16 1929
Scientists Have Extended The Life Of The Fruit
Frumble, There's Only One Cure For What Ails You
You Don't Get A Room
The Doctor's Lawyer Will See You Now
New Yorker May 17th, 1958
?good News, Mr. Herndon. We Worked
Dr. Rheinschreiber Never Does An Appendectomy
New Yorker March 20th, 1943
The Lady In 912
Let's Face It
Helen E Hokinson
I Guess We Take Your Insurance
New Yorker July 28 1945
Watch Out For His Free Hand
Can't You Think Of Anything Mcginnis Could Do?
Helen E. Hokinson
How're You ?xed For Tires?
Dreams Of Glory
My Goodness! The Doctor Certainly Keeps
Come Quickly - I Think I Had An Out-of-pocket
Isn't That Cute? He's Reading His Diplomas Again
New Yorker March 15th, 1941
New Yorker April 22nd, 1944
I Hate To Be A Wet Blanket
It Contains Vitamin B - The Pep Vitamin
I Didn't Say Anything
New Yorker February 7th, 1942
Obamacare The Horrible Truth
Isn't That Mr. Moiglethoid?
Just A Moment
Would This Obligate Me For Foreign Service?
Ann, In The Language Of The Layman, I Love You
New Yorker January 24th, 1942
May We Use Your Victim When You're
Title: Oldest Living Confederate Widow Continues
If I Knew Where I'd Lost The Sponge
I'd Like To Donate All My Organs To Republicans
Anything From The Organ Cart Today
This Is Going To Be A Little Invasive
New Yorker December 30th, 1985
Haven't You Any Maple-walnut?
Now, With This Diet I'm Putting You On, You'll
Frankly, I Don't Know What To Prescribe
Robert J. Day
New Yorker July 1st, 1944
Please Stand Aside
I Can't ?nd Your Pulse. Are You Sure You Aren't
You Missed A Butt
Any Place To Get Postcards Around Here?
Do Like It Says! Do Like It Says!
New Yorker November 28th, 1942
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