Box 71a

 Container

Contains 5 Results:

Box containing scrapbook material including clippings, pamphlets, certificates, and awards.

 File — Box: 71a, Folder: 01
Identifier: 11
Scope and Contents note

Box containing scrapbook material including clippings, pamphlets, certificates, and awards.

Dates: 1909 - 1990

Articles and clippings about R. H. Kampmeier. Also a copy of remarks made at the unveiling of Rudolph Kampmeier's portrait, May 26, 1979 by Grant W. Liddle, M.D., 1979 - 1979

 File — Box: 71a, Folder: 02
Identifier: 11
Scope and Contents note

Articles and clippings about R. H. Kampmeier. Also a copy of remarks made at the unveiling of Rudolph Kampmeier's portrait, May 26, 1979 by Grant W. Liddle, M.D.

Dates: 1979 - 1979

Reprint of editorial honoring R. H. Kampmeier appearing in the July 1969 Southern Medical Journal by Harris D. Riley, Jr., M.D., and related correspondence., 1969 - 1969

 File — Box: 71a, Folder: 03
Identifier: 11
Scope and Contents note

Reprint of editorial honoring R. H. Kampmeier appearing in the July 1969 Southern Medical Journal by Harris D. Riley, Jr., M.D., and related correspondence.

Dates: 1969 - 1969

Issues of the January 1973 Southern Medical Journal (dedicated to R. H. Kampmeier), and the August 1975 Bulletin of the American College of Physicians (containing an article on the Sheen Award)., 1973 - 1975

 File — Box: 71a, Folder: 04
Identifier: 11
Scope and Contents note

Issues of the January 1973 Southern Medical Journal (dedicated to R. H. Kampmeier), and the August 1975 Bulletin of the American College of Physicians (containing an article on the Sheen Award).

Dates: 1973 - 1975

Issues and reprints of the January 1972 Journal of the Tennessee Medical Association honoring R. H. Kampmeier., 1972 - 1972

 File — Box: 71a, Folder: 05
Identifier: 11
Scope and Contents note

Issues and reprints of the January 1972 Journal of the Tennessee Medical Association honoring R. H. Kampmeier.

Dates: 1972 - 1972

 

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