I'm not going to lie. I wasn't sure I'd make it to page 8 of the binder. I certainly didn't think it would happen by midday Tuesday. You are most certainly welcome for that level of dedication.
Best photo: Paul ZollZoll's photo screams "medical professional" to me - which is perfect since he is part of the Heroes of Medicine subset.
Best subject: Elizabeth BlackwellOnce again, my educational bias is in play. Blackwell was only accepted into medical school by a student vote but she ended up graduating first in her class. Good for her!
Best surprise: Henry BerghBergh is best known for founding the ASPCA and the ASPCC - groups which advocate for animal and children rights. The only unfortunate thing about his card is his photo looks like it was once glued to a piece of a paper and then peeled off for use on the card.
Best card back: Elizabeth BlackwellI love the fact that the back of the medical heroes cards lists Alma Mater as one of the "vital statistics." It's a small touch, but a nice one. Blackwell gets the nod over the other six medical professionals because one of her homes was in Cincinnati, Ohio. I shouldn't need to explain why I like that to anyone who has read my blog for long!
Best card: Elizabeth BlackwellDespite looking an awful lot like a guy in her photo, the Blackwell card is my favorite on the page.