Interview with Julia Williams Bertner Naylor

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AVV-IC084-074

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Interview with Julia Williams Bertner Naylor

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  • 10/4/1973 (Creation)

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one U-matic (3/4") videocassette (32 minutes)

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Julia Williams Bertner Naylor. Interview by Don Macon. Mrs. Naylor discusses elements of her personal history, her marriage to Dr. E. W. Bertner in 1922, their home at the Rice Hotel for 28 years and their leisure homes at Lake Jackson and the farm near Hempstead. She talks about Dr. Bertner's background, his family history, his education, and his close association with members of the MD Anderson Foundation and others instrumental in the founding and development of the Texas Medical Center. MDAH Master #60-1-73. 10/4/1973. 32:00

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Digital copies made available by the Texas Medical Center Library

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Creative Commons License 4.0, Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs. Images are to be used for educational purposes only, and are not to be reproduced without permission from The TMC Library, McGovern Historical Center, 1133 John Freeman Blvd, Houston, TX, 77030, mcgovern@library.tmc.edu, 713-799-7899

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  • English

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IC 084 Texas Medical Center Historical Resources Project records

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Multiple copies of this program are present in the collection. AVV-IC084-075 is a contemporary duplication on U-matic tape. AVV-IC084-074-dvd is a later transfer to DVD. A digital file version, also named AVV-IC084-074, is available on the Digital Collections Drive.

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U-matic (3/4") Master

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