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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 a Tennessee Historical Quarterly biographical article by Dr. Robert W. Ikard entitled "The Short and Stormy Nashville Career of Joseph Jones, Tennessee's First Public Health Officer.'
Biographical file includes CV, several academic journal reprints, news clippings, obituary, event programs, many photographs, correspondence, and other biographical information.
Biographical file includes photographs, correspondence, news clippings, articles, a booklet on Leathers' involvement with the Rockefeller Foundation, and other biographical information.
Biographical file includes photograph, Vanderbilt directory information/records, numerous letters of correspondence, and other Litterer Family biographical information.
Biographical file includes scholarly articles, bibliographic citations, photographs, and a generous amount of correspondence.
Biographical file includes newspaper clippings.
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.
Biographical file includes photograph, nutrition surveys, biographical articles, correspondence, and CV.
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.
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This site contains collection guides, or finding aids, to the archival collections held by Vanderbilt University Special Collections and University Archives, the History of Medicine Collection, and the Scarritt Bennett Center. Finding aids describe the context, arrangement, and structure of archival materials, allowing users to identify and request materials relevant to their research.
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