George E. Omer, Jr. Oral History Collection 1950-1999

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George E. Omer, Jr. Oral History Collection, 1950-1999

George E. Omer, Jr. Oral History Collection 1950-1999

This collection documents the professional career of Dr. George E. Omer, Jr. (1922-). Included in the collection is the forty-two page final transcript of an oral history interview, a corrected proof of the transcript, four audio tapes and two diskettes from the interview. Also included are collected news clippings concerning Dr. Omer from 1970 to 1990 as well as reprints of four articles authored by Dr. Omer and a copy of the 1989-1990 annual report of the Department of Orthopaedics written by Dr. Omer.

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