William G. Anlyan papers, 1930-1995.

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William G. Anlyan papers, 1930-1995.

Collection contains subject files, chronological files, reports, budgets, plans, correspondence, memoranda, clippings, and photographs. Major correspondents include Wilburt Cornell Davison, Douglas M. Knight, E. Croft Long, Charles Frenzel, Joseph E. Markee, Barnes Woodhall, Terry Sanford, Philip Handler, Ruby Wilson, and Henry Rauch. Major subjects include hospital administration, health policy, financial management, medical education, nursing education, community-institutional relations. Major projects and leadership work includes the Civitan Project (for mentally disabled persons), Duke Private Sector Conferences, The Duke Endowment, Duke University Medical Center, Duke Private Diagnostic Clinics, Duke University School of Medicine, Medical Center Board of Visitors, Highland Hospital (Asheville, N.C.), National Library of Medicine, Veterans Administration, Watts Hospital (Durham, N.C.), North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics (Durham, N.C.), Sea Level Hospital (Sea Level, N.C.) and merchant marine care, Liaison Continuing Medical Education, Durham Health Partners and City of Medicine, Institute of Medicine, North Carolina Medical Care Commission, and Whitehead Medical Research Institute.

106,000 items (153 linear ft.) (106 Boxes)

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United States. Veterans Administration

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Knight, Douglas Maitland, Jr., 1921-2005

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Born June 8, 1921, in Cambridge, MA, Douglas M. Knight was educated at Yale University and received an A.B. in 1942, an M.A. in 1944, and a Ph.D. in 1946. He served as an instructor and assistant professor of English from 1947 to 1953 at Yale University. Knight then became president of Lawrence University, in Appleton, Wisconsin in 1953. In 1963, Knight was persuaded to come to Duke University. New beginnings and unique building projects characterized his tenure. The con...

Duke University. Hospital

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Long, E. Croft (Ernest Croft)

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Medical consultative program based at Duke University which used radio communications to assist isolated doctors in other countries. From the description of Project Med-Aid records, 1965-1970. (Duke University). WorldCat record id: 57144243 Professor of community health sciences, associate dean of medical student affairs (1965-1967), associate dean of undergraduate medical education (1967-1973), and chair of the Committee on International Studies (1966-1969) at Duke Universi...

Sanford, Terry, 1917-1998

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University president, politician. From the description of Reminiscences of Terry Sanford : oral history, 1976. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122597486 Terry Sanford of Scotland, Cumberland, Wake, and Durham counties, N.C., was a politician, educator, administrator, lawyer, and soldier. He served as state senator, 1953-1954; governor of North Carolina, 1961-1965; president of Duke University, 1969-1985; and U.S. senator, 1986-1992. ...

Highland Hospital (Asheville, N.C.)

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North Carolina Medical Care Commission

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Duke University. School of Medicine

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Rauch, Henry E.

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Resident of Greensboro, N.C. From the description of Letter, 1969. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 32604582 ...

Handler, Philip, 1917-1981

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Bio-chemist, educator, and government official. From the description of Papers, 1963-1981. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 40067350 Professor (1939-1984) and chair (1949-1969) of the Department of Biochemistry at Duke University. From the description of Philip Handler papers, 1933-1982. (Duke University). WorldCat record id: 60771492 ...

Davison, Wilburt Cornell, 1892-1972

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U. S. pediatrician and first dean of Duke University Medical School. From the description of Diplomas and other papers, 1887-1969. (Duke University). WorldCat record id: 35870432 Physician. From the description of Reminiscences of Wilburt Cornell Davison : oral history, 1963. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122619997 Pediatrician, first dean and founder of the Duke University Medical Center. From the descrip...

Watts Hospital (Durham, N.C.)

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Frenzel, Charles H.

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Durham Health Partners

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North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics

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Markee, J. E. (Joseph Eldridge), 1904-

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Chair of the Department of Anatomy from 1943 to 1966. From the description of Joseph E. Markee records, 1944-1970. (Duke University). WorldCat record id: 65432065 ...

Institute of Medicine (U.S.)

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Duke University. Medical Center

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Residential psychiatric hospital located in Asheville, N.C. and partly operated by Duke University from 1944 through 1980. From the description of Highland Hospital papers, 1934-1980. (Duke University). WorldCat record id: 60812123 Duke Health Sector Conferences (formerly known as The Private Sector Conferences) are a series of healthcare-related conferences hosted by Duke University Medical Center and Health System. From the description of Duke Health Sector Con...

Anlyan, William G.

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William G. Anlyan is chancellor emeritus of Duke University Medical Center. From the description of Oral history interview with William G. Anlyan, 2007. (Duke University). WorldCat record id: 317713179 Chancellor emeritus of Duke University Medical Center (1964-1969) and a trustee of The Duke Endowment. From the description of William G. Anlyan papers, 1930-1995. (Duke University). WorldCat record id: 59228506 ...

Duke Endowment

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Philanthropic trust established by James Buchanan Duke in 1924. Educational beneficiaries are Duke University, Davidson College, Furman University, and John C. Smith University. Support is given to hospitals and childcare institutions throughout North Carolina and South Carolina as well as to Methodist Episcopal Church, South congregations in rural North Carolina. From the description of The Duke Endowment archives : records, 1902 - [ongoing] (bulk [1920s]-[1990s]) [manuscript]. (Duk...

Wilson, Ruby Leila

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Dean of the School of Nursing from 1971 to 1984. From the description of Ruby Leila Wilson papers, 1959-1985. (Duke University). WorldCat record id: 57559251 Dean of the Duke University School of Nursing from 1971 to 1984. From the description of Oral history interview with Ruby Leila Wilson, 2007. (Duke University). WorldCat record id: 271657033 ...

National Library of Medicine (U.S.)

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In the 1870s the Surgeon General's library occupied space in Ford's theater in Washington, D.C. Beginning in 1872 library officials began seeking legislative funding and approval for a proper building. Concerted efforts during the 1880s won approval for a new building at 7th and Independence, which was occupied in 1887. In the 1910s, having outgrown this facility, the library began requesting another new building. These attempts failed until 1938, when a new Armed Forces Medical Library building...

Woodhall, Barnes, 1905-1985

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Professor (1937-1960) and chief (1946-1960) of the Division of Neurological Surgery at Duke University. In the 1950s, Woodhall was one of the first to use chemotherapy for brain tumors. Woodhall became the dean of the School of Medicine in 1960 and also associate provost of Duke University. From the description of Barnes Woodhall papers, 1930-1978. (Duke University). WorldCat record id: 57134824 ...