Carl H. Gellenthien Oral History 1984

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Carl H. Gellenthien Oral History 1984

The collection contains the final transcript, audio tapes from the December 18, 1984 interview with New Mexico doctor Carl Herman Gellenthien (1900-1989), and one black and white photograph.

1 oversized folder with two audio cassettes

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New Mexico Tuberculosis Association.

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New Mexico. Department of Health

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Gellenthien, Carl H.

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C. H. Gellenthien, M.D., 1953 (Credit: Merrill Chase) Born November 22, 1900 in Chicago, Illinois, Carl Herman Gellenthien (1900-1989) attended medical school at the University of Chicago, College of Medicine. His medical career was placed on hold in 1924 after a self-diagnosis of tuberculosis in a school laboratory. It was Gellenthien's contraction of the disease that introduced him to the state of New Mexico, where he recovered for thirteen months at Valmora Industrial...

American medical association

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Lovelace Clinic (Albuquerque, N.M.)

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Spidle, Jake W., 1941-.

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Brown, Robert O. (Robert Oliver), 1938-

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Beginning in 1949 at age eleven, Robert O. Brown began collecting information on early Portland neighborhoods and their architecture and drew detailed drawings of Portland buildings and residences. As a delivery boy for the Oregonian, Brown became concerned with the destruction and remodeling of Victorian-style houses and began to document them. Many of these structures have since been destroyed. From the description of Robert O. Brown drawings, circa 1949-1978. (Oregon Historical So...

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Peters, Le Roy, 1882-1941

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Shaw, Edwin B.

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Gellenthien, Alice Brown.

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Kaser, Walter E.

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Gekler, Walter A.

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Muir, John W.

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Mulky, Carl, 1877-

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University of Illinois. College of Medicine (Chicago).

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Brown, William T.

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