Contains 58 Results:
Letter from Donald M. Pearsall, chairman of the Vanderbilt Dormitory Committee, asking his support against eviction of upperclassmen from the Vanderbilt dormitories (April 29, 1948). A copy of the committee’s report is also present
Letter from Dr. Burch to President Harry S. Truman (June 28, 1948), offering information on philanthropic organizations and wishing him success in the November election.
Minutes of the Vanderbilt Hospital Committee (November 15, 1948), with an accompanying list of subjects for discussion
Text of telegrams to Dr. Burch (December 9, 1948) regarding Dr. John C. Burch's selection as Secretary of the Southern Surgical Association.
Handwritten letter from Estes Kefauver to Sarah Burch ("Tuesday" December 14, 1948), thanking her for a handkerchief. Sarah's father, Lucius Burch Jr. managed Kefauver's successful 1948 senatorial campaign
Statement regarding financial arrangements connected with Dr. Burch's retirement from the Burch Clinic (effective January 1, 1949)
Letter from Lucius Burch, Jr. to Dr. John Burch (February 12, 1949) regarding financial settlement above. Includes signed note by Dr. Lucius E. Burch
Letter from Dr. J. Clinton Foshee of Michigan, asking Dr. Burch's help in getting a friend's son admitted to Vanderbilt (February 21, 1949)
Letter from Senator Estes Kefauver to Edward Meeman, editor of the Memphis Press-Scimitar (December 7, 1949), regarding a complimentary editorial on Lucius Burch, Jr.
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