Found in 428 Collections and/or Records:
Biographical file includes photograph, letter, and a 1971 presidential address to the Southern Surgical Association entitled "Metamorphosis in Medicine-For Better Or For Worse."
Biographical file includes obituary.
Personal papers of nutritionist William Pearson, Jr. The collection includes: correspondence; manuscripts; lectures; abstracts; grant applications; photographs; slides; reprints; and files on Selenium Project, Zinc Deficiency Project, and Iron Project.
Biographical file includes newspaper clippings, collection inventory, and CV.
This collection contains a handwritten biographical sketch, a typed book review by Elizabeth Peeler, incoming/outgoing correspondence, magazine articles, and newspaper clippings. The vast majority of magazine articles and newspaper clippings relate to the career of Peter Taylor, a Southern writer. The .165 linear foot collection is housed in 25 acid-free file folders.
Biographical file includes correspondence, obituary, memorial program, and a copy of a paper by Ward DeWitt relating to Dr. Peerman.
Biographical file includes an obituary.
These papers are contained in 22 Hollinger boxes comprising 9.174 linear feet of manuscript material and are made up of these series:
1956 Fugitive Reunion
Writings by Others
Biographical file contains photographs of Dr. Qualls, including two before-and-after group photographs with a dissection cadaver. The cadaver photographs are oversized and are separated from the main file.
Biographical file includes newspaper clippings about the Anerobic blood-sampling machine used in the 1960s as well as some photographs.
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