Contains 16 Results:
Copy of the program for the memorial service held in Neeley Auditorium
Illustrations considered for Vanderbilt Goes to War, prints and image files contained on CD.
Notes from Kampmeier's papers Box 53, 52b
Intended preface and justification for Vanderbilt Goes to War
Citations for background reading for Vanderbilt Goes to War
Notes about part-time faculty who were involved in running the clinic and teaching students during the war
A copy of Endless Frontier by Vannevar Bush
Notes and citations about the GI Bill
Descriptions of the Fighting 300th. References to histories published by Louis Rosenfeld and Margaret Buchanan
Notes and citations about World War II.
Notes and citations about U.S. colleges during World War II.
Notes and citations about the draft in World War II.
Notes and articles about alumni secretary during World War II, Hill Turner
Vanderbilt Magazine Summer/Fall 1998 about World War II.
Selected entries from the Dean's Files, 1940-1950, including: an interview of Dr. Kampmeier by Hugh Morgan; letter of March 29, 1946 by Hugh Morgan about the departmental budget; letter from Hugh Morgan, April 2, 1947, about the budget of the Department of Medicine, about the budget from 1948-49 and 1949-50 of the Department of Medicine.
Notes from Bulletins of Vanderbilt University, 1940-51.
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