Vanderbilt University. Medical Center (VUMC) -- History
Found in 571 Collections and/or Records:
This file includes an original photograph and an article from the Virginia Medical Monthly.
This file includes several obituaries of Dr. Billig and his wife, photographs, reprints, a biographical article used with an exhibit of his photos held at Vanderbilt's Medical Library in 1985, a review of his book "Flying Saucers: Magic in the Skies", several newspaper clippings, a collection of photos of drawings created by psychotic patients in New Guinea, used in Dr. Billig's book entitled: " Psychotic Art in New Guinea a Cross-Cultural Study."
Biographical data, reprints, newspaper clippings, articles and photographs, CV, obituaries, copy of Dr. Billing's thesis written at Oxford University in 1936.
Personal papers of long-time Vanderbilt Department of Medicine faculty member Frederic Tremaine "Josh" Billings. Materials include: correspondence; reports and dissertation; tapes; committee and administrative work; and material relating to the Center for Health Services; Student Health Coalition; the Vanderbilt medical library; and geriatrics.
Biographical file includes an signed photograph, two obituary clippings, and a copy of a academic surgical test.
One copy of obituary clipping.
Biographical file includes photographs, family correspondence, an obituary, a scholarly article by Blanton, a Blanton manuscripts collection guide (collection is housed by the University of Tennessee), and other biographical data.
Biographical file includes a wealth of newspaper clippings and academic articles addressing Dr. Blaser's research, a curriculum vitae, a Vanderbilt press release, a number of Blaser's own articles, some television news transcripts, correspondence, and photographs.
Biographical file includes several old photographs, a photo of a portrait, negatives, scholarly biographical article, and obituaries for both Dr. Bowling and his wife, Melissa Saunders Bowling.
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