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File contains a VUMC Reporter article (November 17, 1995) and other biographical information.
Biographical file includes an obituary.
Biographical file includes news clipping, and funeral program.
Biographical file includes biographical notes, photograph, generous correspondence, news clippings, and academic journal articles.
Biographical file contains a book on Gorgas' contributions to the creation of the Panama Canal, a booklet from the Memorial Services held in honor of Gorgas by the Southern Society of Washington D.C., an invitation to his memorial service, and a postcard featuring the Gorgas Home.
Biographical file includes obituary and excerpts from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine: The Story in Pictures From Its Beginning to 1963.
Biographical file includes news clipping.
Biographical file includes photographs, correspondence, news clippings, articles, a booklet on Leathers' involvement with the Rockefeller Foundation, and other biographical information.
Biographical file includes scholarly articles, bibliographic citations, photographs, and a generous amount of correspondence.
Biographical file includes photographs of Dr. Quinn, his family, his medical school class, and his automobiles; correspondence from colleagues; newspaper clippings; RXs and articles from the VUMC Reporter; reprinted journal articles; obituaries; a copy of his medical license; telegram; letters; and greeting cards from friends.
photographs and inforamation on Anne Sweeney
File contains Vanderbilt Medicine Spring 89 article saluting William B. Wadlington, Nashville Banner article on Dr. Wadlington's dedication to patients and community service by. Also photo of his son Dr. Van Wadlington.
File contains newspaper clippings from the Nashville Banner regarding air pollution study, and published obituaries
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