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Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
529. ; An operation scence in progress at the African Hospital, Shabanie Mine, Shabani. Southern Rhodesia.
Item — Photograph 34: Series Series 3
Identifier: Photograph 34
Scope and Contents Photograph by RONALD D.K. HADDEN ; COPYRIGHT ; Federal Information Department ; P.O. Box 140, Causeway, ; Southern Rhodesia. ; Negative No. 529 ; 34 ; SR-34--Verso
Overview Manasseh Cutler, was born May 13, 1742, in Killingly, Connecticut and died July 28, 1823, in Ipswich Hamlet, Massachusetts. A Congregational minister who, as a leader of the Ohio Company of Associates, was instrumental in settling what is now Ohio. This collection contains over 10,000 items, letters, diaries and journals.
Dr. H.H.W. Hermanus and Dr. H.L.Z. Njonguee, who were the first Africans to qualify as doctors in the Union at the University of the Witwatersrand.
Item — Photograph 23: Series Series 3
Identifier: Photograph 23
Scope and Contents Photo No. EN. 40. Issued by the State Information Office, Pretoris. ; Foto No. EN. 40. Uitgereik Deur Die Staatsinligtingskantoor, Pretoria. ; Dr. H.H.w. Hermanus en Dr. H.L.Z. Njonguee was die eerste naturelle om hulle as dokters in die unie aan die universiteit van die witwatersrand te bekwaam. ; EN. 40 ; 23 ; SA-59--Verso
Dr. H.H.W. Hermanus and Dr. J.L.Z. Njonguee, were the first Africans to qualify as doctors in the union at the Witwatersrand University.
Item — Photograph 9: Series Series 3
Identifier: Photograph 9
Scope and Contents Photo NO. EN. 42. Issued by the state Information Office. Pretoria. ; Foto NO. EN. 42. ; Uitgereik Deur Die Staatsinligtingskantoor. Pretoria. ; Dr. H.H.W. Hermanus en Dr. H.L.Z. Njonguee was die eerste naturelle on hulle as doktors in die unie aan die universiteit van die Witwatersrand te bekwaam. ; 9 ; SA-45--Verso
Overview Paul Heller was born in Komotau, Bohemia, Austro-Hungary (now the city of Chomutov in the Czech Republic), on August 8, 1914. The Paul Heller collection fills 8 boxes and spans the years 1934-2014. The collection is divided into four sections: personal papers, professional papers, books, and multimedia items.
Abstract Dr. Louis E. Schmidt had a distinguished medical career as a medical educator and surgeon, but is best known for a stormy controversy involving his Illinois Social Hygiene League and medical advertising, which resulted in his expulsion from the AMA. The bulk of the papers relate to the expulsion controversy (1929-1930) but the collection also includes clippings, biographical files, and subject files reflecting Schmidt's interest in issues relating to public health care.