Spinal Segment

Carbon Dust

This fine illustration is simple and clear, has an interesting perspective and is a nice example of the carbon dust technique, enabling the different structures and their textures to be prominently featured.

George was the first student at the Georgia program, and soon became the MI at Duke University, replacing Orville Parkes. He worked at Bowman Gray from 1954 to 1991, many years as the Director.  He served as AMI President 1968 – 69. He received the AMI Lifetime Achievement Award in 1992.

George C. Lynch collection
Dorothy Carpenter Medical Archives
Wake Forest School of Medicine