1770 Gravestone for the Infant Children of Isaac and Hannah Arnett.
c. 1850s Dorothea Lynde Dix (1802-1887), an internationally celebrated reformer of care for the mentally ill.
c. 1901 Clara Louise Maass (1876-1901), heroic nurse who lost her life in the battle to eradicate yellow fever.
1917 Delivery Room at Newark After World War I, especially in urban areas, pregnant women increasingly opted for giving birth under the care of a female or male physician in a hospital, rather than at home attended by a midwife or family doctor.
c. 1922-23 Watch Dial Painters, c. 1922-1923, a photograph of workers at the U.S. Radium Corporation in Orange.
c. 1932 Rita Sapiro Finkler (1888-1968), path-breaking physician and pioneering endocrinologist.
c. 1960s Lena Frances Edwards, MD (1849-1941), physician and presidential Medal of Freedom honoree.