Agenda and Correspondence-February 1961, 1961 - 1961

 File — Box: 24, Folder: 02
Identifier: 02

Collection Scope and Content Summary

From the Collection:

Personal papers of Vanderbilt professor (1936-1963) Rudolph H. Kampmeier, a leading authority on physical diagnosis and sexually transmitted diseases. Dr. Kampmeier served as President of the American College of Physicians and in his retirement published books on the history of Vanderbilt Medical School and the Tennessee Medical Association. Materials include: correspondence; notebooks; manuscripts; articles; lectures; research notes; clippings; photos and slides; reprints of Vanderbilt staff; biographical material; national, state and Regional Organizations; Vanderbilt; hospital work; ICNND nutritional surveys. Correspondents include: John B. Youmans, William W. Frye, Allen O. Whipple, Harvie Branscomb, William J. Darby, Harris D. Riley. Correspondence is organized chronologically from 1929-1989. Some professional correspondence is organized alphabetically. Collection also contains tapes and typescripts from Vanderbilt doctors.


  • 1961 - 1961


Notes about Access to this Collection

All collections are subject to applicable Vanderbilt University privacy and confidentiality policies. Collection specific restrictions: No Restrictions.


From the Collection: 44.99 Cubic Feet (112 Hollinger letter boxes, 10 Half Hollinger letter boxes, 1 Hollinger legal box, 1 Half Hollinger legal box and 2 oversize flat storage boxes (1-17"x21"x1.5", 1- 17"x21"x3"))

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English


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Repository Details

Part of the Eskind Biomedical Library Manuscripts Collection Repository

Eskind Biomedical Library
2209 Garland Ave.
Nashville TN 37232


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