Central Surgical Association archives, 1940-2007.


Central Surgical Association archives, 1940-2007.

Correspondence, photographs, biographical information, minutes, and publications document the activities and membership of the Central Surgical Association. The bulk of the collection contains materials created for the CSA's annual meeting such as official proceedings, papers presented, and meeting minutes, and biographical information on individual members.

29.5 linear feet, (27 boxes).


SNAC Resource ID: 8006133

National Library of Medicine

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Central surgical association

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The Central Surgical Association (CSA) was originally organized by Dr. Roy D. McClure in 1940. Dr. McClure organized the first group of surgeons that formed the CSA to fullfill the need for a regional association for surgeons in the central states. The CSA was officially organized during two meetings in 1940, in Detroit and St. Louis. McCLure was the first president. From the description of Central Surgical Association archives, 1940-2007. (National Library of Medicine). WorldCat rec...

McClure, Roy D.

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