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Personal papers of Amos Christie, pediatrician, child health advocate, professor, and administrator at Vanderbilt University Medical School. Dr. Christie is best known for his research in histoplasmosis, known as the "Vanderbilt disease." Materials include: correspondence; biographical material; manuscripts and speeches; reprints; and personal and professional subject files.
Personal papers of William Andrew Demonbreun, pathologist and Vanderbilt professor from 1930-1965. Dr. Demonbreun is best known for his research on histoplasmosis. Material includes: correspondence, reprints, slides and photographs. Subject files focus on court testimony, the American College of Pathology, sulfanilamides, histoplasmosis, and toxoplasmosis.
- African Americans in Medicine 1
- Epidemiology/Public Health 1
- Medical Education 1
- Obstetrics/Gynecology 1
- Pathology 1
- Pathology -- history 1
- Pediatrics 1
- Pediatrics -- history 1
- Reticuloendotheliosis 1
- Sulfanilamides 1
- Toxoplasmosis 1
- Vanderbilt University--Alumni 1
- Vanderbilt University. School of Medicine. Dept. of Pediatrics 1 + ∧ less
- Christie, Amos 1
- Demonbreun, William Andrew 1
- Goodpasture, Ernest William 1
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