Found in 33 Collections and/or Records:
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).
Personal papers of pediatrician, Vanderbilt alum and Vanderbilt professor Sarah H. Sell (b. 1913). Materials include: correspondence; reprints; reports; grant applications; manuscripts; personal and biographical material; medical illustrations and photographs; and files on laboratory procedures, Tennessee Medical Association; Private Practice Program, H. Influenza, pneumococcal vaccine, Abbot Laboratories, and Hartford Study.
Biographical file includes newspaper clippings, photographs, reprinted journal articles, CV, VUMC Reporter article, October 2006, register for Sarah Sell personal papers, and articles about Dr. Sell's husband, Dr. Charles G.R. Sell.
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