Found in 71 Collections and/or Records:
Newspaper clippings relating to Dr. Arnold's career and passing.
Biographical file includes a curriculum vitae from 1999. This file also includes many photographs of Dr. Bender and other prominent surgeons. Included are reprints and several newspaper clippings about Dr. Bender, and a program from a Symposium Weekend held in his honor at Vanderbilt in September 1996.
Biographical file contains photographs, curriculum vitae, several newspaper clippings, correspondence, generous amount of information on athletic substance abuse/VU athletic drug testing laboratory, and other biographical information.
Biographical file contains two obituary clippings.
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.
File includes photographs, programs, and other biographical information.
The papers of O.C. Carmichael, 3rd Chancellor of Vanderbilt, are comprised of correspondence, his writings including addresses, articles, book manuscripts and institutional reports, and other materials relating to Oliver Carmichael’s long and distinguished career in teaching, university administration, and educational consulting.
Biographical file contains photographs, correspondence, obituary, Christmas cards, certificates, reprint of article written by Dr. Cullom in 1947, and an article from Vanderbilt Alumnus.
Biographical file includes photographs, newspaper clippings, curriculum vitae, academic journal articles, unpublished speech about Dr. Daniel written by Dr. Bill Stoney in 2005, reprints, and obituaries.
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