Sleep tests being carried out by The US Testing Company under supervision of psychologists and physiologists. Heart beat, blood pressure and brain activity is being recorded. circa 1955
August 29, 2005 License
A student at a London hospital learns how to fully relax under the tuition of Mary Phillips of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists.
January 01, 1955 License
Bart, a young Boston Terrier, asleep in his owner's bed, after spending six months in quarantine. Bart was brought into the country from Canada by RSPCA officer, Mr Whitaker.
December 22, 1962 License
A man sleeping on a specially designed machine.
January 01, 1956 License
New York, NY- A retailing store of singular distinction is the Lewis & Conger Sleep Shop. An insomniac's paradise, the shop is the only one of its kind in the world, selling items devoted exclusively to wooing comfort in bed and good...More
January 02, 1953 License
The raindrop noise maker, a Japanese invention to aid sleeping. The speed of the raindrops can be adjusted.
March 16, 1963 License
Model sleeping in a white dress with a ruffled neckline; multiple exposures.
March 31, 1947 License
George J Wilson's patent (no. 3089130) for a snore alarm. It works by monitoring noise levels with a microphone and adjusting the angle of the sleeper's head when snoring is detected.
May 07, 1963 License
March 01, 1962 License
DEC 2 1954, DEC 3 1954; A group of University of Denver students are shown in various stages of hypnotic sleep during an experiment conducted at the downtown campus Thursday by Dr. Arthur Ellen, hypnotist and entertainer.;
December 02, 1954 License
A handwritten sign tacked onto the wall of a grubby hotel room warns the occupant that snoring is forbidden.
January 01, 1926 License
A multitude of anti-snoring sleeping gadgets available to the public.
February 01, 1949 License
Man undergoing an anti-snoring sleeping test with a microphone resting near his mouth.