Found in 426 Collections and/or Records:
Biographical file contains a photograph and obituary clipping.
File contains one biographical journal entry.
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Biographical file includes photographs, newspaper clippings, curriculum vitae, academic journal articles, unpublished speech about Dr.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.
These papers consist of the teaching and research of Robert H. Davis a scholar on Colombia and Latin America. Davis graduated from Vanderbilt University with a PhD in 1969 and went on to a career teaching in academia.
Biographical file includes photographs, negatives, academic journal articles, an obituary, and other biographical information.
Biographical file includes reprints, curriculum vitae, correspondence, news clippings, personal notes, information on histoplasmosis,commencement programs histoplasmosis research, news clippings,biographical article by Dr. Robert D. Collins, and other biographical data.
Personal papers of William Andrew Demonbreun, pathologist and Vanderbilt professor from 1930-1965. Dr. Demonbreun is best known for his research on histoplasmosis. Material includes: correspondence, reprints, slides and photographs. Subject files focus on court testimony, the American College of Pathology, sulfanilamides, histoplasmosis, and toxoplasmosis.
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