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Anesthesiology Reflections from the Wood Library-Museum  |   February 2016
Sim and Bause Flanking Stoeckel, “Germany’s Paul Wood”
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Anesthesiology Reflections from the Wood Library-Museum
Anesthesiology Reflections from the Wood Library-Museum   |   February 2016
Sim and Bause Flanking Stoeckel, “Germany’s Paul Wood”
Anesthesiology 2 2016, Vol.124, 368. doi:10.1097/01.anes.0000476061.91952.eb
Anesthesiology 2 2016, Vol.124, 368. doi:10.1097/01.anes.0000476061.91952.eb
Now in Schaumburg, Illinois, the Wood Library-Museum of Anesthesiology was founded formally in 1933 in New York by Paul Meyer Wood, M.D. (1894 to 1963). The late Paul M. Wood Distinguished Librarian Emeritus, Patrick Sim, M.L.S. (1939 to 2010; left), enjoyed referring to Prof. Dr. Dr. Horst Stoeckel (center) as “Germany’s Paul Wood.” Soon after this trio was photographed in 2008 at the WLM’s former Park Ridge Gallery, Prof. Stoeckel reminded the author (right) that the Stoeckel surname meant “little stick” in German. So the WLM’s Sim and Bause spent the rest of the day musing about the “little stick in the Wood” (Library-Museum). Prof. Stoeckel may have had the last laugh, however, as he now curates one of the world’s finest anesthesia museums. His namesake library and museum complex opened in 2000 in Venusberg, a southern suburb of Bonn, Germany. (Copyright © the American Society of Anesthesiologists, Inc.)
Now in Schaumburg, Illinois, the Wood Library-Museum of Anesthesiology was founded formally in 1933 in New York by Paul Meyer Wood, M.D. (1894 to 1963). The late Paul M. Wood Distinguished Librarian Emeritus, Patrick Sim, M.L.S. (1939 to 2010; left), enjoyed referring to Prof. Dr. Dr. Horst Stoeckel (center) as “Germany’s Paul Wood.” Soon after this trio was photographed in 2008 at the WLM’s former Park Ridge Gallery, Prof. Stoeckel reminded the author (right) that the Stoeckel surname meant “little stick” in German. So the WLM’s Sim and Bause spent the rest of the day musing about the “little stick in the Wood” (Library-Museum). Prof. Stoeckel may have had the last laugh, however, as he now curates one of the world’s finest anesthesia museums. His namesake library and museum complex opened in 2000 in Venusberg, a southern suburb of Bonn, Germany. (Copyright © the American Society of Anesthesiologists, Inc.)
Now in Schaumburg, Illinois, the Wood Library-Museum of Anesthesiology was founded formally in 1933 in New York by Paul Meyer Wood, M.D. (1894 to 1963). The late Paul M. Wood Distinguished Librarian Emeritus, Patrick Sim, M.L.S. (1939 to 2010; left), enjoyed referring to Prof. Dr. Dr. Horst Stoeckel (center) as “Germany’s Paul Wood.” Soon after this trio was photographed in 2008 at the WLM’s former Park Ridge Gallery, Prof. Stoeckel reminded the author (right) that the Stoeckel surname meant “little stick” in German. So the WLM’s Sim and Bause spent the rest of the day musing about the “little stick in the Wood” (Library-Museum). Prof. Stoeckel may have had the last laugh, however, as he now curates one of the world’s finest anesthesia museums. His namesake library and museum complex opened in 2000 in Venusberg, a southern suburb of Bonn, Germany. (Copyright © the American Society of Anesthesiologists, Inc.)
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George S. Bause, M.D., M.P.H., Honorary Curator, ASA’s Wood Library-Museum of Anesthesiology, Schaumburg, Illinois, and Clinical Associate Professor, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. UJYC@aol.com.
Now in Schaumburg, Illinois, the Wood Library-Museum of Anesthesiology was founded formally in 1933 in New York by Paul Meyer Wood, M.D. (1894 to 1963). The late Paul M. Wood Distinguished Librarian Emeritus, Patrick Sim, M.L.S. (1939 to 2010; left), enjoyed referring to Prof. Dr. Dr. Horst Stoeckel (center) as “Germany’s Paul Wood.” Soon after this trio was photographed in 2008 at the WLM’s former Park Ridge Gallery, Prof. Stoeckel reminded the author (right) that the Stoeckel surname meant “little stick” in German. So the WLM’s Sim and Bause spent the rest of the day musing about the “little stick in the Wood” (Library-Museum). Prof. Stoeckel may have had the last laugh, however, as he now curates one of the world’s finest anesthesia museums. His namesake library and museum complex opened in 2000 in Venusberg, a southern suburb of Bonn, Germany. (Copyright © the American Society of Anesthesiologists, Inc.)
Now in Schaumburg, Illinois, the Wood Library-Museum of Anesthesiology was founded formally in 1933 in New York by Paul Meyer Wood, M.D. (1894 to 1963). The late Paul M. Wood Distinguished Librarian Emeritus, Patrick Sim, M.L.S. (1939 to 2010; left), enjoyed referring to Prof. Dr. Dr. Horst Stoeckel (center) as “Germany’s Paul Wood.” Soon after this trio was photographed in 2008 at the WLM’s former Park Ridge Gallery, Prof. Stoeckel reminded the author (right) that the Stoeckel surname meant “little stick” in German. So the WLM’s Sim and Bause spent the rest of the day musing about the “little stick in the Wood” (Library-Museum). Prof. Stoeckel may have had the last laugh, however, as he now curates one of the world’s finest anesthesia museums. His namesake library and museum complex opened in 2000 in Venusberg, a southern suburb of Bonn, Germany. (Copyright © the American Society of Anesthesiologists, Inc.)
Now in Schaumburg, Illinois, the Wood Library-Museum of Anesthesiology was founded formally in 1933 in New York by Paul Meyer Wood, M.D. (1894 to 1963). The late Paul M. Wood Distinguished Librarian Emeritus, Patrick Sim, M.L.S. (1939 to 2010; left), enjoyed referring to Prof. Dr. Dr. Horst Stoeckel (center) as “Germany’s Paul Wood.” Soon after this trio was photographed in 2008 at the WLM’s former Park Ridge Gallery, Prof. Stoeckel reminded the author (right) that the Stoeckel surname meant “little stick” in German. So the WLM’s Sim and Bause spent the rest of the day musing about the “little stick in the Wood” (Library-Museum). Prof. Stoeckel may have had the last laugh, however, as he now curates one of the world’s finest anesthesia museums. His namesake library and museum complex opened in 2000 in Venusberg, a southern suburb of Bonn, Germany. (Copyright © the American Society of Anesthesiologists, Inc.)
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