Gies collection on the history of dental education, [ca. 1916-1950].


Gies collection on the history of dental education, [ca. 1916-1950].

William J. Gies' correspondence relating to the founding (in 1916) and administration of the Columbia University School of Dentistry (renamed the School of Dental and Oral Surgery in 1923), 1916-1920s, and to the JOURNAL OF DENTAL RESEARCH, ca. 1916-1950. Chief correspondents include Gies, William B. Dunning, and, to a lesser extent, Henry Sage Dunning. Related manuscripts, minutes, printed material, and miscellaneous documents are included.

1.2 cubic ft.

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Gies, William John, 1872-1956 (person)

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