Found in 46 Collections and/or Records:
One folder of correspondence between Dr. Daniel Abbey's son (Stanton T. Abbey) and Rudolph Kampmeier regarding the donation to the Medical School of Dr. Abbey's University of Nashville diploma (Dr. of Medicine) granted in 1855 and signed by the Medical faculty. A copy of the diploma along with a translation are included in the folder.
Personal papers of editor, dietitian, and nutrition advisor Mary de Garmo Bryan. She served as an Army dietitian in France during WWI and was a pioneer in the development of the school lunch program in the United States. Materials include: manuscripts, reprints, correspondence, pamphlets, and notes. Two copies of Dr. Bryan's dissertation are contained in the collection.
Collection of personal recollections of Alice Huffman Bugel about her service in the 8th Evacuation Hospital during World War II Collection includes personal artifacts and memorabilia including her nurse’s uniform and accoutrements worn during her time of service in North Africa and Italy, as well as photographs, and certificates.
Biographical file contains photographs, negatives, newspaper and magazine articles, a notebook, and correspondence.
Biographical file includes photographs, news clippings, obituaries, and biographical article.
Personal papers of John Clinton Foshee, surgeon and Vanderbilt alum and professor who practiced in Grand Rapids Michigan. Materials include: reprints, correspondence, manuscripts, speeches, biographical material, and laboratory data.
Biographical file contains a book on Gorgas' contributions to the creation of the Panama Canal, a booklet from the Memorial Services held in honor of Gorgas by the Southern Society of Washington D.C., an invitation to his memorial service, and a postcard featuring the Gorgas Home.
Biographical file contains an obituary and an extensive article about Dr. Grossman's accomplishments published by St. Thomas Hospital in the 1990s.
Biographical file includes photographs, brochures, academic articles, news clippings, and other biographical information regarding both Harris and his father, Seale Harris Sr.
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