Indiana Medicine 1993


Indiana Medicine 1993

This project is comprised of 59 interviews with doctors who have practiced medicine in the state of Indiana from approximately the nineteen thirties until the nineteen seventies, eighties, and nineties. The doctors share personal anecdotes about their medical practices in both rural and urban areas, their perspectives on the many changes medicine has undergone in the twentieth century, and the greatest satisfaction they received from their profession. Many interviews include physicians' experiences during World War II, African-American physicians' experiences under segregation, and how each individual adjusted to a profession that became increasingly specialized over the years.

59 interviews; Audiotapes, transcripts, and collateral materials



SNAC Resource ID: 6625167

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Gary Methodist Hospital (corporateBody)

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Purdue University (corporateBody)

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Community Hospital (corporateBody)

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Dodge Manufacturing Company. (corporateBody)

Dodge Manufacturing Company, a firm of manufacturing engineers, was located in Mishawaka, Indiana, with a branch in Boston, Massachusetts. From the description of Transmission plans for power train at M.L. Hussey Woolen Company, Guilford, Maine. 1905. (American Textile History Museum Library). WorldCat record id: 48433865 ...

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Blalock, Alfred, 1899-1964 (person)

Surgeon-in-chief of the hospital and professor and director of the surgery department at the medical school of Johns Hopkins University (1941-1964); developed blue baby operation and treatment for surgical shock. From the description of Alfred M. Blalock papers, 1921-1985. (Duke University). WorldCat record id: 60771494 Dr. Blalock was professor of surgery, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. From the description of Cardiovascular surgery, past and prese...

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Miller, Sam (person)

James M. Crawford was a linguist who mainly studied Native American languages, including Cocopa, Yuchi, and Mobilian trade language. He came to the field of linguistics halfway through his lifetime after pursuing a career in forestry in the West and Southwest. After receiving his PhD in 1966 from the University of California at Berkeley, he returned to his birthplace, Georgia, where he taught in the Department of Linguistics at the University of Georgia at Athens. From the guide to t...

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