"Charles Fox Gardiner, 1884," October 1884, photographer unknown. Courtesy of Special Collections, Pikes Peak Library District. Image Number: 001-5256.

Medical practice in the early days of Colorado Springs wasn’t necessarily what was portrayed on the 1990′s CBS costume drama, Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman – historian Richard Marold brings us this historical report:
Pioneering Medicine: A Day in the Life of Dr. Charles Fox Gardiner

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Richard Marold is a local historian who works as a Chautauquan and portrays Winfield Scott Stratton, Franklin Roosevelt and Nikola Tesla. He is also editor of Cheyenne Mountain Kiva, a journal of the history of central Colorado. His website is fdrtoday.org.

 

One Response to Pioneering Medicine: A Day in the Life of Dr. Charles Fox Gardiner

  1. Mary Ellen says:

    Thanks for this flash-back to Dr. Gardner’s era.

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