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Personal papers of Lucius Burch, Vanderbilt alum, Dean of the Medical School and chair of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. This collection consists primarily of Burch's diaries covering the period 1921-1959, also includes some family correspondence, newspaper clippings, and photographs.
Biographical file includes many photographs and reprints, academic articles and sketches profiling Dr. Burch, several news clippings, an obituary, correspondence, and a summary of the contents of Dr. Burch's diaries, 1921-1959.
Biographical file includes an obituary and an award.
Biographical file includes newspaper clippings, a copy of the Tennessee Hospital Association 50th Anniversary Oral History Collection (which includes Cannon), correspondence, an obituary from VUMC Reporter, and miscellaneous anecdotes.
Biographical file contains a photograph and obituary clipping.
File contains one biographical journal entry.
Biographical file includes photographs, negatives, memoirs, magazine article, biographical accounts, correspondence, notes, and other information.
Biographical file includes award reprint.
Biographical file includes obituary clippings.
Biographical file includes obituary clipping.
Biographical file includes newspaper articles.
Biographical file contains newspaper clippings.
Biographical file includes obituary.
Biographical file includes article and photographs.
Biographical file includes correspondence, obituary, memorial program, and a copy of a paper by Ward DeWitt relating to Dr. Peerman.
Biographical file includes correspondence, postcard, engraved admission cards, and a medical class ticket.
Photocopy of biographical article published in Tennessee the Volunteer State vol IV 1923, and a copy of an address delivered to the graduating class of the medical department of the University of Tennessee in 1902.
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