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Obituary Notice of Dr. James E. Anderson, Jr.
Biographical file contains an article and an obituary.
Biographical file includes photographs, matriculation card, report cards, receipts, news clippings, correspondence, commencement program, and other biographical materials.
File includes genealogical and biographical information.
Biographical file includes photographs (including slides of Dr. Frist and Dr. John A. Oates) numerous news clippings, press release, speech, and other biographical information.
Biographical file contains an obituary and an extensive article about Dr. Grossman's accomplishments published by St. Thomas Hospital in the 1990s.
Biographical file includes a memorial entry from the Tennessee Medical Society Transaction, 1891.
Biographical file includes photographs and reprints of biographical entries.
Personal papers of Vanderbilt alum and epidemiologist Olin West, a primary figure in the development of the Tennessee State Department of Public Health. The collection contains manuscripts on public health and one photograph.
File contains letters written to Olin West during the years of 1922,1924, 1947, photographs (including two anatomy lab pictures from when he was as student at Vanderbilt in the late 1800s) , newspaper clippings, and published article and obituary from JAMA.
- VUMC Historical Images and Biographies 9
- Eskind Biomedical Library Manuscripts Collection 1
- VUMC History 7
- Military Medicine 4
- Medicine 3
- Professional Associations 3
- Cardiology 2
- Epidemiology/Public Health 2
- History of Medicine 2
- Internal Medicine 2
- Surgery 2
- Vanderbilt History 2
- Anatomy 1
- Health Administration 1
- Meharry Medical College 1
- Otolaryngology 1
- Public Health -- history -- Tennessee 1
- Tennessee. Dept. of Health and Environment -- history 1 ∧ less
- West, Olin 2
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