Lawrence Hoyt Wilkinson Papers 1934-1987


Lawrence Hoyt Wilkinson Papers 1934-1987

This material, saved and donated by Dr. Lawrence H. Wilkinson and his family, represents the personal life, career, and interests of a physician who practiced medicine in Albuquerque, New Mexico for forty years. Family mementos, professional and private writings, civic activities, honors, and correspondence highlight the life of a man devoted to his family, dedicated to his profession, and interested in helping to bring a medical school to his adopted state of New Mexico.

1 box, 1 folder of photo prints


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