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dc.descriptionScanned from the original held as part of the Richard Sanders Rogers papers from Rare Books and Special Collections, Barr Smith Library.en
dc.description.abstractRogers' 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.en
dc.subjectRogers, R.S.en
dc.subjectUniversity of Adelaideen
dc.subjectAustralasian Orchidologyen
dc.subjectSouth Australiaen
dc.titleSeries 4: Photographs of Dr .R. S. Rogers and of early work with X-rays. 1896-1936.en
dc.identifier.callnumMSS 0085en
Appears in Collections:Richard Sanders Rogers 1861 -1942.

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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
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
X-ray 1896.jpgCold-cathode Gas Discharge Tube for X-rays Schematic of the process. 18962.36 MBJPEGThumbnail
Lt. Col. Rogers.jpgLt. Col. R.S. Rogers, Commanding Officer of 7th Australian General Hospital, 1914-1918 War.6.29 MBJPEGThumbnail
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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