All will recollect with unqualified pleasure the visit several years ago of Dr. Ferdinand Nager, professor of otolaryngology at the University of Zurich. We can never forget the charming personality of the man nor the distinguished professional achievements which have placed him in the forefront of his contemporaries.
During the early part of the past summer a package was received from Professor Nager, containing a complete and perfect edition of the works of Professor Czermak. Following this a letter arrived from Professor Nager which, after some friendly preliminaries, read as follows:
By this mail I send you for your medical historical collection some pictures which I should like to present to you. They represent Czermak in his demonstration of laryngoscopy. You probably know that on June 17, 1928, was his one hundredth birthday. His daughter reminded me of the date; so, at our meeting of the Swiss Otological Society
DELAVAN DB. THE CENTENARY OF JOHANN NEPOMUK CZERMAK. Arch Otolaryngol. 1929;9(4):425–427. doi:10.1001/archotol.1929.00620030447008
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