Found in 115 Collections and/or Records:
300th General Hospital Unit
300th General Hospital Unit Collection
Photographs, scrapbooks, unpublished reports, awards, and reunion material relating to the 300th General Hospital Unit, Vanderbilt's Medical Unit in World War II that served in Italy and North Africa. The collection also includes personal items such as scrapbooks from a few members of the unit. In addition, a few items found in the collection, primarily souvenirs, have no direct relation to the unit, but have some connection to Vanderbilt.
Daniel Abbey biographical file
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.
Joseph H. Akeroyd biographical file
One photograph circa 1934, taken when Dr. Akeroyd was at Vanderbilt, and an obituary.
Akeroyd, Joseph H. (1909-1963)
William C. Alford, Jr. biographical file
File contains a typescript of Dr. Alford's presidential Address entitled "A Brief History of the H. William Scott, Jr. Society, 1972-1994: Twenty-Three Years and Counting" delivered April 16, 1994. Also contains a reprint of Vol.81, no. 5 May 1988 Southern Medical Journal article entitled "Great Men Among Us" in which Dr. Alford recounts the history of the Nashville Surgical Society.
Allan D. Bass
Theodore Austin Papers
Personal papers of Dr. Theodore Austin, including letters, memorabilia, and photographs. The collection also includes biographical information about Dr. Austin.
Theodore R. Austin biographical file
Photographs and biographical materials of Dr. Austin used for an exhibition about his life and career.
Austin, Theodore R. (1907-1964)
Allan D. Bass papers
Personal papers of Vanderbilt alum and Professor Allan D. Bass, who was chair of the Department of Pharmacology for two decades. This collection includes correspondence, Department of Pharmacology related materials, personal memorabilia, and photographs.
Berson, Robert C. (1922-
Robert C. Berson (b.1922) biographical file
One newspaper article, biographical information.
Frederic T. (Josh) Billings, Jr. Papers
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.
Billington, R. Wallace (1880-1962)
R. Wallace Billington (1880-1962) biographical file
Biographical file includes an signed photograph, two obituary clippings, and a copy of a academic surgical test.
Mary de Garmo Bryan Papers
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.
Margaret Buchanan biographical file
Biographical file contains one letter, one newspaper clipping, and an obituary. Margaret Buchanan donated several scrapbooks to the 300th General Hospital Collection which is a part of the Medical Center Archives housed in the Eskind Library Archives.
Robert Norman Buchanan, Jr. (1911-2004) biographical file
Biographical file contains several newspaper clippings, news articles, a photograph, an obituary, and two funeral programs.
Alice Huffman Bugel (b.1917) biographical file
File contains one magazine article.
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