Series II: Memorial Hospital System Collection

Charles Sanford Alexander: Ophthalmologist Jewell Clyde Alexander: Proctologist/Urologist Johnson Peyton Barnes: Surgeon Ernst William Bertner: Surgeon Allan Penny Bloxsom: Pediatrician J. Reese Blundell: Urologist Adam Napolean Boyd: General Practitioner James Albert Brown: Neurosurgeon Charles E. Bruhl: General Practitioner Thomas Walker Burke: Internist Frank O. Calaway: Pediatrician Ray G. Collins: General Practitioner Lewis Bertrand Corbett: General Practitoner Peyton Roland Denman: Surgeon Hellmuth Jack Ehlers: Surgeon Monroe L. Elliott: General Practitioner Elisha D. Embree: Anesthesiologist Edward O. Fitch: Pediatrician James G. Flynn: Surgeon Alvis E. Greer: Internist Alvis E. Greer: Internist John Hoskins Foster: Otorhinolaryngologist Charles S. Gates: Surgeon C. McFerrin Griswald: Dermatologist James Greenwood Jr.: Neurosurgeon John Wade Harris: Proctologist T. Fred Harris: General Practitioner Herbert Thomas Hayes: Proctologist James A. Hill: Surgeon Gordon F. Hinds: Pediatrician Fred M. Hughes: General Practitioner Hector Mason Janse: Otorhinolaryngologist Franklin Hartman Kilgore: Internist Harvey Lee Kincaid: Obstetrician/Gynecologist Frank Huston Lancaster: Pediatrician Paul Veal Ledbetter: Internist Allen L. McMurrey: Gynecologist A. S. McNeill: Surgeon Henry R. Maresh: Internist Rudolph E. Maresh: General Practitioner Flavius Downs Mohle: Internist Henry S. Meyer: Pediatrician McDonald Orman: General Practitioner J. Herbert Page: Hospital Administration Archie Lane Mitchell: Pediatrician James M. Mitchner: Orthopedist James Howard Park: Pediatrician Herbert F. Poyner: Surgeon John Roberts Phillips: Surgeon William Edward Ramsay: General Practitioner E. Freeman Robbins: Surgeon Thomas Arnold Sanderson: Anesthesiologist Everett Richardson Seale: Dermatologist Carl W. Shirley: Urologist/Proctologist George Herschel Spurlock: Obstetrician/Gynecologist Earl William Thoma: Surgeon William Burton Thorning: Surgeon Joseph Dudgeon Walker: Ophthalmologist Paul Randolph Stalnaker: Urologist Hugh C. Welsh: Proctologist Seward Haff Wills: Obstetrician/Gynecologist John Henry Wootters: Surgeon Ernest Wright: General Practitioner James R. Bost: Orthopedist Robert Lee Cox: Surgeon/General Practitioner Thomas Eugene Dunnam: Surgeon/General Practitioner Joseph Thomas Jones: Urologist Alfred Morris Parsons: Surgeon John B. Legnard: Urologist John H. Turner: Urologist Adair W. White: Obstetrics/Gynecology John G. Schilling: General Practitioner Arthur Thurman Talley Sr.: Obstetrician/Gynecologist Arthur Thurman Talley Sr.: Obstetrician/Gynecologist Martin J. Taylor: Surgeon and Gynecologist William Arthur Toland: Surgeon and Gynecologist Lester L. Hoaglin: Internist Lester L. Hoaglin: Internist William H. Kolter, Jr.: General Surgeon John L. Perry: General Surgeon Arthur Thurman Talley Jr.: Gynecologist Jay J. Welch: Director of Medical Education/Internist Jay J. Welch: Director of Medical Education/Internist Jay J. Welch: Director of Medical Education/Internist John G. Dudley: Executive Director of Memorial Baptist Hospital John G. Dudley: Executive Director of Memorial Baptist Hospital Pete Gonzales: Hospital Orderly Pete Gonzales: Hospital Orderly Pete Gonzales: Hospital Orderly E. Freeman Robbins: Surgeon E. Freeman Robbins: Surgeon E. Freeman Robbins: Surgeon E. D. Head: Baptist Minister George W. Truett: Pastor of First Baptist Church, Dallas, Texas E. P. West: Pastor of Baptist Temple A. E. Kerr: Trustee of Memorial Hospital A. E. Kerr: Trustee of Memorial Hospital R. G. Lee: Pastor of Bellvue Baptist Church Walter H. Walne: Trustee of Memorial Hospital Clara Quereau: Secretary for National League of Nursing Education
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Series II: Memorial Hospital System Collection


  • 1903-1979 (Creation)


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This series contains photographs and negatives that depict Memorial Hospital staff, physicians, nurses, facilites, and medical equipment from 1910s-1970s. earliest dated photograph is the only nitrate negative (P-3387). It depicts Louisville Male High School graduating class of 1903, which includes Roger Jolly. It is in good condition. inventory provides descriptive information and year for each item with the quantity of photographs (in square brackets, [ ]).

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