Polio Resistance Exerciser, 1951



Polio Resistance Exerciser, 1951


Crowds of shoppers watch the demonstration of a polio resistance exerciser held in a store display window. Dick Murphy, captain of the U.W. boxing team, is shown receiving "treatment" on the machine by Frank Lam of the Elgin Exerciser Appliance Company, makers of the machine. It will be used in polio treatment at Wisconsin General Hospital and was donated by Sinclair gasoline dealers to the Dane County Chapter of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. Published in the Wisconsin State Journal on October 16, 1951.



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