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Chancellor and Mrs. James H. Kirkland

Kirkland was chancellor of Vanderbilt University from 1893-1937, about the time this photograph was taken. Browse related items

Chancellor James H. Kirkland

Kirkland was chancellor of Vanderbilt University from 1893-1937, about the time this photograph was taken. Browse related items

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Mary Henderson Kirkland

Mrs. Kirkland's husband was chancellor of Vanderbilt University from 1893-1937, about the time this photograph was taken. Browse related items

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Chancellor Oliver Carmichael

Oliver Carmichael was chancellor of Vanderbilt University from 1937 (the time of this photograph) until 1946. Browse related items

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John Buddingh in the Laboratory

Dr. Buddingh conducts an experiment in the pathology laboratory. Browse related items

Ernest Goodpasture with a Snapping Turtle

Dr. Ernest Goodpasture holds a snapping turtle on the road in front of the home of Dr. Paul Lamson. Browse related items

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Alice Lamson with a Camera

Mrs. Lamson's husband, Paul, was chairman of the Department of Pharmacology at Vanderbilt. This photograph was taken at the Lamsons' home. Browse related items

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Faculty Dining Room

Members of the pathology department in the dining room, including (facing, left to right) John Buddingh, Mae Gallavan, and Oscar Bloch. Browse related items

Alfred Blalock in the Faculty Dining Room

A surgeon, Dr. Blalock (smoking) later became known (at Johns Hopkins) for helping develop a procedure to cure blue baby syndrome. Browse related items

Faculty Dining Room

Members of the pathology department in the dining room, including (facing, left to right) John Buddingh, Mae Gallavan, and Oscar Bloch. Browse related items


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