W. Sterling Edwards Oral History 1994


W. Sterling Edwards Oral History 1994

This oral history documents the career and contributions of Dr. W. Sterling Edwards (1920-2004) in the field of surgical medicine. Included in the collection are the final transcript, audio tape, and diskette from of an oral history conducted on November 11, 1994.

1 oversize folder, 1 audio tape, 1 diskette


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