Yandell family added papers, 1837-1919.


Yandell family added papers, 1837-1919.

Includes many letters of regret and sympathy from medical societies and physicians following the deaths of Doctor Lunsford P. Yandell in 1878, and Doctor David W. Yandell in 1898. Correspondence also includes material concerning David Yandell's service as medical director for the Confederate Army of the Trans-Mississippi and letters of introduction and invitations from English doctors during his European tour of 1878. An undated memoranda written by Lunsford P. Yandell provides his early biography and insights into the establishment of the Louisville Medical College. Doctor David Yandell's 1846-1848 diary of travel in the U.S. and Europe highlights his medical education.

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