Adolphus William Foertmeyer, Cincinnati; Medical College of Ohio, Cincinnati, 1905: also a pharmacist; assistant professor of psychiatry at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine ; member of the American Psychiatric Association and the Central Neuropsychiatric Association; since January 1942 probate court alienist ; for two terms county coroner : formerly federal jail physician ; served overseas during World War I: major, medical reserve corps, U. S. Army, not on active duty; on the staffs of St. Mary's, Bethesda, Christ, Jewish, Cincinnati General, Deaconess and Good Samaritan hospitals; died June 24, aged 64.
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In 1917 A.W. wrote an article "The Submarine Conscience" about the horrors of life on a submarine. If you'd care to read the article...Read it Here
In 1914, as coroner, A.W. was very much aware of the deaths and injuries people were experiencing in automobile accidents. So, with the money alotted to him he purchased a large number of "Safety First" signs to be placed in dangerous places along the roadways. Below in a mockup of one such sign. I have only a description to go by, however, so this is just what I think it may have looked like.