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Finding aid to the PHS Centennial archive, 1988-1989

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Summary Information
Title: PHS Centennial archive, 1988-1989
Creator: United States. Public Health Service. Centennial Office
Extent: 6.68 linear ft.
Abstract:
UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. Background material, readings, and correspondence organized by subject. Interviews with T. Cooper, P. Ehrlich, P. Lee, and J. Richmond, Edward D. Martin, C. Everett Koop, Edward Brandt, Leroy Burney, W. Palmer Dearing, Merlin DuVal, John Eason, Roger Egeberg, Charles Miller, William Stewart, and Robert Windom. Tapes, no transcripts.; Contains photographs of the Kintner family, and material on the Perkins Committee, received from Seggel.

Call number: HMD MS ACC 628
Language: Collection materials primarily in English
Location: Materials stored offsite. Retrievals made last Friday of the month. Contact reesj@nlm.nih.gov for scheduling.

Access Restrictions:

Unprocessed collection. Access is restricted.

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Provenance:

Gift of Dr. Fitzhugh Mullan, 1990 June 23, Accession #642, 628, 645, 651, 658, 773, 2001-105.


Collection Scope and Content Note

Background material, readings, and correspondence organized by subject. Interviews with T. Cooper, P. Ehrlich, P. Lee, and J. Richmond, Edward D. Martin, C. Everett Koop, Edward Brandt, Leroy Burney, W. Palmer Dearing, Merlin DuVal, John Eason, Roger Egeberg, Charles Miller, William Stewart, and Robert Windom. Tapes, no transcripts.; Contains photographs of the Kintner family, and material on the Perkins Committee, received from Seggel.