Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:
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 many photographs and negatives, business cards, a generous number of news clippings, several magazine articles, academic journal articles, press releases, several obituary articles, curriculum vitae, and various publications.
Biographical file includes obituary, several news clippings, memorial programs, CV, press releases, correspondence, many academic articles, and other biographical information.
Personal papers of Vanderbilt professor (1969-1983) and chair of the department of Psychiatry, Marc H. Hollender, best known for his research in sexual behavior and psychosomatic disorders. Materials include: military publications Hollender collected during service in World War II; an extensive correspondence file, biographical material, and a bibliography relating to Dr. Denslow Lewis.
Biographical file includes articles, biographical sketch, CV, correspondence, 1927 commencement program, photographs, obituary, interview, academic journal articles, and other biographical information.
Personal papers of psychiatrist and Vanderbilt professor Frank Luton (1898-1979). Materials include: correspondence, biographical material, manuscripts, lectures, notes, grant applications, reprints, clippings, programs, brochures, photographs, and subject files on alcoholism and professional organizations. Correspondents include: Merrill Moore, Smiley Blanton, William F. Roth, and Marc H. Hollender.
Biographical file includes photographs, correspondence, academic journal articles, newspaper articles, obituary, publications, published poetry, and other biographical information.
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