Smuggler’s Inn Card/Design of Phoenix Surgicenter

WLMD ID: aovs
The Smuggler’s Inn tabletop tent card donated by the Wallace Reed, M.D., family: The card contains a sketch and notes on the back of the card drawn and written by Dr. Reed in 1968. The sketch was the first time the concept of the first “Surgicenter” (Phoenix, AZ) began to materialize on paper.

Catalog Record: Smuggler’s Inn Card/Design of Phoenix Surgicenter AccessKey: aovs

Title: Smuggler’s Inn Card : Design of Phoenix Surgicenter with hand drawn sketch and notes / Wallace Reed.

Author: Reed, Wallace A., 1916-2014

WLM Call Number: Archives WO 242 R252t 1968 RB

Accession NO.: 2016-02-29-1

Publisher: [place of production not indicated] : drawn and written by Wallace Reed, [1968].

Year: 1968

Physical Description: 1 tent card : hand drawing and note ; 20 cm.

Illustration: Illustration

Material Type: Not Applicable

Document Type: Not Applicable

Language: eng

Provenance: Wallace Reed family.

Subject: Ambulatory Anesthesia – history.
Subject: Wallace A. Reed, 1916-2014.
Subject: Ambulatory Care Facilities.

Abstract: The Smuggler’s Inn tabletop tent card donated by the Wallace Reed, M.D., family: The card contains a sketch and notes on the back of the card drawn and written by Dr. Reed in 1968. The sketch was the first time the concept of the first “Surgicenter” (Phoenix, AZ) began to materialize on paper.

General Notes: Measurement taken with tent card open and face down.
General Notes: Deacidified and placed in a pamphlet case, 2016. Work was done by Scott Kellar, conservator. The card was also photographed by Steve Donisch on March 26, 2016 – for the website.