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Frances and Tony Casparis

Horton Casparis, husband to Frances, was chairman of the Department of Pediatrics from 1928 until his sudden death in 1942. Browse related items

Catherine Avery

Katherine Avery's husband, Roy, was a professor of bacteriology at Vanderbilt Medical School from 1931-1953. This photograph appears to have been taken in a Vanderbilt laboratory. Browse related items

Roy Avery

Roy Avery was professor of biochemistry at Vanderbilt Medical School from 1931-1953. Browse related items

Roy and Catherine Avery

Roy Avery was professor of biochemistry at Vanderbilt Medical School from 1931-1953. Browse related items

Roy Avery and William Demonbreun

Bacteriologist Roy Avery and pathologist William Demonbreun study what appears to be a pathology slide. Browse related items

William Demonbreun

A Vanderbilt pathologist from 1929 until 1938, Dr. Demonbreun is best known for confirming histoplasmosis as a fungal infection.  Browse related items

John Buddingh

Pathologist John Buddingh later became chair of pathology at LSU.  Browse related items

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Woman in Laboratory

This woman has been identified as either Alice Mitchell or Alice Polk. Polk was a lab technician, and Mitchell was assistant secretary to the Department of Pathology. Browse related items

Robert H. Williams

Dr. Williams was a resident in internal medicine. Browse related items

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John Buddingh Inoculating a Chick Embryo

Pathologist John Buddingh in the laboratory, apparently inoculating a chick embryo. Browse related items


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