Thomas Elmor Dilworth Papers
Bound record book (ledger type) containing class notes taken by Thomas Elmor Dilworth who was a student and 1925 graduate of Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. Two images; one being a digital scan of a newspaper clipping containg a photograph of the the hospital in Corona, Alabama where he first practiced , and the second being a group photograh taken in front of the Hillman Hospital in Birmingham where Dr. Dilworth served his residency in 1925-26.
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Biographical / Historical
Thomas Elmore Dilworth was born Jan. 1, 1900, in New Hope, Alabama. He went to college at David Lipscomb College in Nashville and then to Medical School at Vanderbilt University where he graduated in 1925. He completed his residency training at Hillman Hospital in Birmingham, Alabama in 1926. Dr. Dilworth practiced medicine in Alabama for his entire career, first in Corona and later Coal Valley before settling in Huntsville where he practiced with a cousin Ezekiel Whittaker, and remained for the remainder of his career. He died in Huntsville January 30, 1985.
0.42 Linear Feet (One Legal sized Hollinger Box.)
Language of Materials
Class notes taken by Thomas Elmor Dilworth who was a student and 1925 graduate of Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. Additional material is releated to his residency training at Hillman Hospital in Birmigham, Alabama, and early medical practice in Corona, Alabama.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Collection was donated in 2022 by the Thomas Dilworth Family through the agency of Julie Dilworth.
Fair condition, some loose pages and binding is a bit loose but otherwise good.
Collection was processed in 2022 shortly after its acquisition.
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