"Something New In X-Ray"
photo size: 8" x 10"
February 6, 1955
Chicago Sun Times
Photographer: Ralph Walters
Dental Society Meets
One of 250 exhibits at midwinter meeting of the Chicago Dental Society in the Conrad Hilton Hotel is this improved X-ray Machine. Demonstrating the unit, which reduces radiation exposure by 60 per cent, are Marilyn McMahon (seated) and Myrna Crooks of Rockford.
Marilyn McMahon of Chicago, sits for demonstration of GE's powerful X-Ray, operated by Myrna Crooks of Rockford, Illinois. She is a dentists assistant. Machine is a Dental X-Ray Machine, but for the first time, first showing at the convention.
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