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Rudolph H. Kampmeier Papers

 Collection
Identifier: EBL-0036
Abstract Personal papers of Vanderbilt professor Rudolph H. Kampmeier, a leading authority on physical diagnosis and sexually transmitted diseases. Dr. Kampmeier served as President of the American College of Physicians and in his retirement published books on the history of Vanderbilt Medical school and the Tennessee Medical Association. Materials include: correspondence; notebooks; manuscripts; lectures; research notes; clippings; photos and slides; reprints of Vanderbilt staff; biographical material;...
Dates: 1909 - 1990

W. David Strayhorn, Sr. Collection

 Collection
Identifier: EBL-0080
Abstract Collection of selected correspondence of Dr. W. David Strayhorn, Sr. who was a physician, cardiologist, and teacher associaed with the Vanderiblt School of Medicine and Hostpital. Correspondents include: Alfred Blalock, C. Sidney Burwell, R.H. Kampmeier, H.J. Morgan, J.B. Youmans, and John W. Patterson.
Dates: 1940 - 1970

John B. Youmans Papers

 Collection
Identifier: EBL-0089
Abstract Personal papers of Vanderbilt professor of medicine and nutritionist John B. Youmans (1893-1979). Materials include: correspondence, biographical material; financial records; student notebooks; manuscripts; reports; reprints; and files concerning Surgeon General's Office, Rockefeller Foundation Nutrition Surveys, Far East Nutrition Surveys, and ICNND Surveys.
Dates: 1914 - 1979

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