The Still Image Collection contains images created by the Society and by organizations, institutions and individuals who have gifted their collections to the Society to be maintained or added to the Society’s digital collection. Slides, photographs, negatives and other print images have been digitized using cameras or scanners. Most of the images are portraits and informal snapshots of individual professional leaders, but many show groups attending various meetings and events. Some images are scanned from magazine, newsletter and newspaper clippings.
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Signing of graduation certificates for first three PAs
A graduate of the State University of New York (SUNY) at stuny brook, the University of Nebraska Medical Center, and A. T. Still University, Robin Hunter -Buskey currently serves as a senior physician assistant at the Federal Bureau of Prisons' Medical Center in Butner,NC. She holds the rank of commander in the United States Public Health Service. For her dedicated service, she received the Outstanding Leadership Award from the New York State Society of Physician Assistants (NYSSPA)in 1994. She is a past president of the Physician Assistant Foundation (1999 to 2001)and was recognized as the Outstanding PA of the Year (2009) by the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA).
Barton F. Haynes, MD. , joined the Duke University Medical School faculty in 1980. As a member of the Department of Medicine, he was an associate of Dr. Eugene A. Stead, Jr. for over 20 years.
Reginald Carter, Ph-D, PA, has been contributing to the advancement of the PA profession since its infancy. After many years of involvement with various PA organizations, such as the Association of Physician Assistant Programs.