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Type: Image
Title: Series 4: Photographs of Dr .R. S. Rogers and of early work with X-rays. 1896-1936.
Abstract: Rogers' D. Sc investiture 1936; visit to Kangaroo Island family 1902; in group at Memory Cove 1902 to commemorate the centenary of Flinders visit; Rogers as Commanding Officer of 7th Australian general Hospital in WWI; use of first X-ray machine by a medical practitioner 1896 and schematic of the process of cold-cathode gas discharge tube for X-rays.
Keywords: Rogers, R.S.
University of Adelaide
Australasian Orchidology
X-ray
South Australia
Description: Scanned from the original held as part of the Richard Sanders Rogers papers from Rare Books and Special Collections, Barr Smith Library.
Call number: MSS 0085
Description (link): http://www.adelaide.edu.au/library/special/mss/rogers/
Appears in Collections:Richard Sanders Rogers 1861 -1942. Papers and biographical material 1894-2003

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Dr R S Rogers 1936.pdfDr. R.S. Rogers, 1936. Doctor of Science Degree Investiture, The Univeristy of Adelaide, 1936. Contributions to Australasian Orchidology.2.22 MBAdobe PDFView/Open
First use of X-ray by private medical practitioner in SA.jpgAcknowledged first use of X-ray machine by a private medical practitioner in South Australia. "In those early months of 1896, following the news of Roentgen's paper, many people demonstrated X-rays not the least of whom were Professor Lyle in Melbourne and Professor Bragg in Adelaide. ... Dr Richard Sanders Rogers, a medical practitioner, in 1896 when aged 34, is believed to have imported the first X-ray machine into South Australia for private practice."4.69 MBJPEGThumbnail
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Gathering at Memory Cove, Kangaroo Island.jpgGathering at Memory Cove, Kangaroo Island, February 1902. Plaque reads "M Flinders anchored there February 22 1802"3.78 MBJPEGThumbnail
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X-ray 1896.jpgCold-cathode Gas Discharge Tube for X-rays Schematic of the process. 18962.36 MBJPEGThumbnail
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Lt. Col. Rogers.jpgLt. Col. R.S. Rogers, Commanding Officer of 7th Australian General Hospital, 1914-1918 War.6.29 MBJPEGThumbnail
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Visit to Kangaroo Island family.jpgDr's visit to Kangaroo Island family, 1902. Dr Rogers with large doctor's bag.3.35 MBJPEGThumbnail
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