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Sam Lillard Clark Papers

 Collection
Identifier: EBL-0095
Overview Papers beloging to Dr. Sam Lilliard Clark documenting his research, teaching and administrative activities. Dr. Clark served on the faculty in the Department of Anatomy at the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine from his appointment in 1930 until his death in 1960.
Dates: 1930-1960

Virgil Shields LeQuire Papers

 Collection
Identifier: EBL-0039
Abstract Personal papers of anatomist and pathologist Virgil Shields Lequire (1921-2003), Tennessee native and Vanderbilt Professor (1950-1991). Materials include research reports and data, correspondence, and professional output.
Dates: 1956 - 1991

Karl Mason Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: EBL-0043
Abstract Personal papers of nutritionist, anatomist, and biochemist Karl Mason (1900-1978), who was a professor of anatomy at Vanderbilt from 1926-1940. Materials include: correspondence, reprints, and photographs. Correspondents include: Glenn Cullen, Alfred Blalock, Sam Clark, Robert S. Cunningham, W.S. Leathers, Canby Robinson, Rudolph Kampmeier, and Lafayette B. Mendel.
Dates: 1911 - 1978

James W. Ward Papers

 Collection
Identifier: EBL-0085
Abstract Personal papers of Vanderbilt alumnus, professor, anatomist and neurologist James W. Ward (1909-1993). Materials include: correspondence; biographical material, lecture material; manuscripts and notes; catalogs; subject files on equipment; lab material; and photographs.
Dates: 1929 - 1973

William H. Witt Papers

 Collection
Identifier: EBL-0088
Abstract Personal papers of Vanderbilt alumnus, professor, and military physician William H. Witt. Materials include:correspondence; diary (WWI); manuscripts; speeches; clippings, memorial material.
Dates: 1898 - 1952

 

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