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Biographical file includes numerous newspaper stories, photographs, obituary, speeches, building and clinic dedication programs, and other biographical information.
Personal papers of Philip Wyatt Felts, endocrinologist, teacher, and administrator. Materials include: correspondence, certificates, monthly calendars, reprints, and group photographs of Vanderbilt medical students 1975-80's.
Materials include photographs, newspaper clippings articles, C.V.
Personal papers of Grant W. Liddle, endocrinologist and Vanderbilt professor (1953-1983) best known for his research in hypertension, Cushing's syndrome, and diabetes. Materials include: correspondence, manuscripts, manuscript reviews, class lectures; speeches, meetings/conferences, organizations and professional societies, committee work; pharmacological studies, photographs, reprints.
Biographical file includes several newspaper clippings regarding both the research of male contraceptives and that of family, colleague photographs, reprinted medical journal articles, correspondence, and CV.
- VUMC Historical Images and Biographies 4
- Eskind Biomedical Library Manuscripts Collection 2
- VUMC History 4
- Medicine 3
- Internal Medicine 2
- Medical Education 2
- Vanderbilt University--Alumni 2
- Cushing Syndrome 1
- Diabetes Mellitus 1
- Education, Medical 1
- Health Administration 1
- Library and Information Technology 1
- Obstetrics/Gynecology 1
- Pharmacology/Toxicology 1
- Vanderbilt University. Dept. of Medicine 1
- Vanderbilt University. School of Medicine 1 ∧ less
- Felts, Philip W. 1
- Liddle, Grant 1
- Liddle, Grant W. Liddle GW 1
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