Rose M. Reynolds (1906-1995) was a notable anatomical illustrator at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. In 1929, she was hired by the Department of Anatomy’s Dean C.W.M. Poynter as a part-time illustrator. She also worked part-time in other departmental roles. She became a full-time Assistant Professor of Anatomical Illustration and later a consultant to the Department of Anatomy while she worked in Biomedical Communications in the mid-1970s. She retired in 1977. As a medical illustrator for UNMC from 1929-1977, she also conducted and photographed anatomy dissection. She was a founder of the Association of Medical Illustrators and a member of the Biological Photographic Association.
Compiled by UNMC staff using in-house resources including faculty card and the Association of Medical Illustrators published obituary/
Life dates from the U.S. Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014.
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As a graduate of the University of Nebraska Medical Center and 53-year member of the Department of Anatomy faculty, Dr. Holyoke was a staple in basic science education for the bulk of the 20th century. The Edward Augustus Holyoke Papers contain research and manuscript material related to Dr. Holyoke’s long tenure at the University of Nebraska Medical Center.
Additionally, this collection contains anatomical illustrations for Dr. Holyoke’s manuscripts, conference presentations...
Majority of material found within 1915-1973