Henry T. Clark papers, 1920s-1996.


Clark, Henry T. (Henry Toole), 1917-2008. Henry T. Clark papers, 1920s-1996.

Henry T. Clark papers, 1920s-1996.

Papers documenting the professional career, civic activities, and personal life of Henry T. Clark. The bulk of the collection relates to Clark's employment as a medical administrator at the University of Rochester, Vanderbilt University, the University of North Carolina, and as director of the Connecticut Regional Medical Program (CRMP). Much material relates to his work as director of Project Hope in Jamaica, and his extensive consulting activity at the Tuskegee Institute, in Puerto Rico, in the Dominican Republic, and at the University of Leiden and the National Institutes of Health. Materials relating to his participation in professional organizations, including the Society of American Administrators, the American Hospital Association, and the Association for Academic Health Centers, are also included. In addition, Clark's involvement with tennis, church, and and charities in Chapel Hill, N.C., and in Woodbridge, Conn., and with alumni affairs at the University of North Carolina, with Sigma Nu fraternity, and at the University of Rochester are also documented.

About 31000 items (42.0 linear ft.).

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