Lamson, Paul Dudley



  • Existence: 1884 - 1962

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Ernest W. Goodpasture

 Digital Record
Identifier: 29

Ernest W. Goodpasture Papers

Identifier: EBL-0029
Abstract Personal papers of pathologist Ernest Goodpasture, best known for his method of growing uncontaminated viruses in chick embryos. Dr. Goodpasture was Chair of Pathology at Vanderbilt from 1924-1955 and Dean of the School of Medicine from 1945-1949. Materials include: Chronological Correspondence 1915-60, Subject Correspondence, Alphabetical Correspondence, grants, committee work, reprints, research notes, typescripts and manuscripts of speeches and papers, photographs, audio recordings, and...
Dates: 1909 - 1988

Paul Dudley Lamson Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: EBL-0038

no content need to see collection (or finding aid description) to prepare an abstract.

Dates: 1920 - 1940

Paul Dudley Lamson

 Digital Record
Identifier: 38

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Digital Record 2
Collection 2
Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (U.S.) 2
Epidemiology/Public Health 2
Goodpasture, Ernest William, 1886-1960 2
Infectious Diseases 2
Pathology 2


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