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DR. JONAS SALK - FIRST DAY COVER SIGNED 03/22/1991 CO-SIGNED BY: EDWARD TELLER, DR. DENTON A. COOLEY, LINUS PAULING, DR. MICHAEL E. DEBAKEY - HFSID 250237

SCIENCE & INDUSTRY The developer of the first polio vaccine, the "Father of the Hydrogen Bomb", a Peace  and Chemistry Nobel Prize winner, the first surgeon to perform a successful coronary bypass and the first surgeon to implant a total artificial heart in a human.

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SCIENCE & INDUSTRY The developer of the first polio vaccine, the "Father of the Hydrogen Bomb", a Peace  and Chemistry Nobel Prize winner, the first surgeon to perform a successful coronary bypass and the first surgeon to implant a total artificial heart in a human. All sign a First Day Cover commemorating the 50th anniversary of Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry. First Day Cover signed: "Jonas Salk", "Edward Teller", "Linus Pauling", "Michael E. DeBakey" and "Denton A. Cooley MD/3.22.91", 6½x3½. FDC commemorating the 50th anniversary of Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry, 20-cent stamp affixed postmarked Chicago, IL, January 19, 1983 FIRST DAY OF ISSUE. JONAS SALK (1914-1995) developed the first polio vaccine. EDWARD TELLER (1908-2003) is the "Father of the Hydrogen Bomb". LINUS PAULING (1901-1994) won Nobel Prizes in Chemistry (1954) and Peace (1962). MICHAEL E. DeBAKEY (1908-2008) developed the pump for the heart-lung machine and performed the first successful coronary bypass. DENTON A. COOLEY (1920-2016) was the first surgeon to implant a total artificial heart in a human. Cooley and DeBakey had a professional rivalry that lasted more than 40 years. They made amends in a public rapprochement on November 7, 2007, when DeBakey was 99 years old (Cooley was 87). Fine condition.

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