Found in 22 Collections and/or Records:
Many photographs, including photos of important medals won by Dr. Avery; register for Oswald Avery Papers which are held by the Tennessee State Library and Archives; obituaries; memorial tributes; CV; professional articles; correspondence with his brother,Roy Avery; unpublished article about Dr. Avery authored by Robert Collins, MD.
Biographical file includes a wealth of newspaper clippings and academic articles addressing Dr. Blaser's research, a curriculum vitae, a Vanderbilt press release, a number of Blaser's own articles, some television news transcripts, correspondence, and photographs.
Biographical file includes Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research 'Memorial Meeting for Simon Flexner' booklets, 1943 Science journal testimonial article, and other biographical information.
Personal papers of epidemiologist and infectious disease specialist Joseph Goldberger, Materials include correspondence, notebooks, manuscripts, reports and reprints. Correspondents include: C.H. Lavinder, Fayette Dunlap, Carl Voegtlin, William P. Jacobs, W.F. Tanner, G.A. Wheeler, Mary Farrar Goldberger, Seale Harris, W.H. Sebrell, Tom D. Spies, William De Kleine, O.S. Rask, H. Jackson Davis. This collection pertains primarily to Goldberger's studies of pellagra.
Biographical file includes news clippings, obituary, and photographs.
Papers of Robert Quinn, Vanderbilt professor (1952-1978). The collection consists primarily of reprints, but includes one folder of material concerning the Vanderbilt Family Clinic including: correspondence, memos, statistics, reports, forms, questionnaires, patient lists, and administrative guidelines.
Biographical file includes several magazine articles and newspaper clippings, a wealth of photographs, DVD, memorials, a CV, obituaries, a copy of 'Vanderbilt Alumnus' (Jan./Feb. 1968), and a memorial pamphlet from the New York Academy of Medicine (March 30, 1995).
About this Site
This site contains collection guides, or finding aids, to the archival collections held by Vanderbilt University Special Collections and University Archives, the History of Medicine Collection, and the Scarritt Bennett Center. Finding aids describe the context, arrangement, and structure of archival materials, allowing users to identify and request materials relevant to their research.
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