Oral history interview with Martin Marc Cummings, 2005.

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Cummings, Martin Marc, 1920-. Oral history interview with Martin Marc Cummings, 2005.

Oral history interview with Martin Marc Cummings, 2005.

Contains audiotapes and transcript of an oral history interview recorded on cassette tapes. Major subjects in this interview include Cummings' experiences in medical school, his interactions with Dr. Philip Handler, Dr. Wilburt Davison, and Dr. David T. Smith, and his position at the National Library of Medicine.

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