Doris Dick is treated by Nurses Alta May Stuart and William Partin, Los Angeles, 1936
- Doris Dick is treated by Nurses Alta May Stuart and William Partin, Los Angeles, 1936
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- March 1936
- Los Angeles Times
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- Los Angeles Times Photographic Collection
Doris lies on a bed fully dressed while Nurse Stuart presses the oxygen mask over her mouth and nose. Nurse Partin adjusts the oxygen tank.
Several women were overcome by gas fumes from leaking pipes while sewing on a WPA project at 1108 West Thirty-fifth Street. Those who were not treated on scene were taken to Georgia-Street Receiving Hospital where they were effectively treated.
Story related to photograph appears with the article, "Gas Fumes Stir Panic," Los Angeles Times, 03 Mar 1936: A1.
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cellulose nitrate film
Kattelmann, Alta May Stuart, 1907-1984
Partin, William, 1903-1972
Dick, Doris, b. 1905
- Los Angeles (Calif.)
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- still image
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