Dr. Royal Raymond Rife Photo Gallery

 

 

Drawing of Dr.Rife
Dr. Royal Raymond Rife PhD


This page contains many photos of Dr. Rife and those who were associated with him through the many years including the Bridges home and his laboratory. It will eventually include photos of his microscopes.


1. Young Dr. Rife in his late teens


2. Young Dr. Rife with a musical instrument


3. Dr. Rife's father


4. Dr. Rife's Aunt who raised him from a child


5. Dr. Rife and his wife Mamie


6. Dr. Rife dressed in his chauffer uniform


7. The Limousine Dr. Rife drove to chauffer Amelia Bridges and Henry Timken


8. Mrs. Amelia C. Bridges one of Dr. Rife's Benefactors


9. Mrs. Amelia C. Bridges Mansion (Photo #1)


10. Mrs. Amelia C. Brideges Mansion (Photo #2)


11. Mrs. Amelia C. Bridges Mansion Music room (Photo #1)


12. Mrs. Amelia C. Bridges Mansion Music room (Photo #2)


13. Mrs. Amelia C. Bridges Mansion Billards room


14. Dr. Rife's first Lab above the garage at Mrs. Bridges Manson (Front view)


15. Dr. Rife first lab above the garage at Mrs. Bridges Manson (Back view)


16. Henry H. Timken one of Dr. Rife's other Benefactors


17. Dr. Rife working on Timken's small speedboat


18. Dr. Rife working on Timken's large speedboat (Named Mrs. America)


19. Dr. Rife driving Mrs. America in a race that broke all speedboat records in 1915


20. Dr. Rife driving Timken's small speedboat


21. Dr. Rife with a small rabbit


22. Dr. Rife with his French Horn


23. Rife and Mamie at Quinn Grave


24. Mamie Rife


25. Dr. Rife and a young girl


26.
Dr. Rife and hunting friend


27. Dr. Rife with first microscope in 1929


28. Dr. Rife and friend Ben Cullen


29. Dr. Rife looking through his first microscope in 1931


30. Dr. Rife in a laboratory in the 1950's


31. Dr. Rife at his camera in the 1940's


32. Dr. Rife sitting at his laboratory desk in 1929


33. Dr. Rife working with his first microscope in his laboratory on 11-2-1929


34. Dr. Rife with his refractometer in 1930


35. Dr. Rife sitting on chair outside of his laboratory


36. Dr. Rife at Police laboratory in the 1940's


37. Dr. Rife with his Petrographic Microscope


38. Dr. Rife and Dr. B. Winter Gonin, M.D.


39. Dr. Rife playing his guitar


40. Dr. Rife with first microscope in Popular Science Magazine in 1931


41. Dr. Rife sitting at his work bench


42. Dr. Rife sitting at his camer in 1953


43. Dr. Rife holding a ray tube in the 1950's


44. Dr. Arthur I. Kendall, Dr. Milbank Johnson and Dr. Rife at Dr. Johnson's home
on November 20, 1931


45. "End To All Disease" photo with Dr. Rife, Dr. Kendall, Dr. Johnson, Dr. Heitger and Dr. Foord and 28 other doctors . Photo taken at Dr. Johnsons home on November 20, 1931


46. Dr. Milbank Johnson M.D., sitting in his office chair in the 1930's


47. Dr. Milbank Johnson M.D., when he was younger in his 30's


48. Dr. Milbank Johnson as young boy in the 1880's


49. Dr. Arthur I. Kendall in Popular Science Magazine in 1931


50. Dr. Arthur I. Kendall and Dr. Rife with Dr. Rife's his first microscope in 1931


51. Dr. Arthur I. Kendall in his laboratory 1930's


52. Dr. Edward C. Rosenow who worked with Dr. Rife


53. Dr. Richard T. Hamer, M.D., who used the Beam Ray Clinical instrument at the Paradise Valley Sanitarium in 1938-1939


54. Paradise Valley Sanitarium where Dr. Richard Hamer, M.D., was the Superintendant


55. Dr. James B. Couche, M.D., who worked with Dr. Milbank Johnson and Dr. Rife at the 1934 Clinic


56. Dr. James B. Couche, M.D., who used used the Beam Ray Clinical instrument to treat over 22,000 patients over more that a 20 year period from about 1934 to about 1958


57. Karl Meyer M.D., of the Hooper Foundation


58. Rufus Bernhard von KleinSmid president of the University of Southern California


59. Dr. Rife's Lab showing the Rife Ray #3 (1923 to 1934) which consisted of the Collin B. Kennedy Model 110, 281 along with his ray tube, five stage amplifier and microscope


60. Rife Ray #4 instrument which was built in 1935 by Philip Hoyland. Only two instruments were built. One for Dr. Rife and the other for Dr. Milbank Johnson M.D.


61. 1938-1939 Original Rife Ray #5 or Beam Ray Clinical Rife machine built by Philip Hoyland and the Beam Ray Corporation


62. 1953 AZ-58 Rife Machine. This machine was a 1950's replica of the 1938-1939 Beam Ray Clinical Rife machine


63. 1972 Beam Ray Replica Rife Machine built by John Marsh an call the JLMSQ-A1


64. 1980's Ray Tube instrument built by John Marsh


Many more photos to come


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