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Headquarters, US Base Hospital 47, ca. 1918

US AEF Base Hospital 47 in Beaune, France. The hospital opened in the fall of 1918 until January of 1919. The photographer is unknown, but appears to have been a medical corps officer with some connection with Vanderbilt University. Previously… Browse related items

Collegiale Notre Dame, Beaune, France, ca. 1918

This image of the Collegiale Notre Dame in Beaune, France, is from a previously unpublished collection of glass-plate negatives. This image was likely taken during sight-seeing by a medical officer attached to Base Hospital 47 in Beaune, France. His… Browse related items

Chateau de Beaune, France, ca. 1918

This image of Chateau de Beaune in France is from a previously unpublished collection of glass-plate negatives. This image was likely taken during sight-seeing by an unidentified medical officer attached to Base Hospital 47 in Beaune, France. His… Browse related items

Dr. Harry L. Page, Jr. Performing the First PTCA in the Mid-South, 1979

First PTCA (percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty) in the Mid-South, Nov. 6, 1979. Foreground Harry Page and George Burrus, background E.E. Anderson, John Breinig, and Bart Campbell. At the time, Dr.s Page and Campbell were at St. Thomas… Browse related items

Harry L. Page, Jr.

Harry Lee Page, Jr., Lt. Medical Corps, USNR, 1966.

Dr. Page is a graduate of the 1959 Vanderbilt School of Medicine, and also a former resident and faculty member. He is one of the founders of the cardiology practice that has now become the… Browse related items

Jackie Gibson

Nursing student Jackie Gibson at her graduation in 1971. Browse related items

Aerial photo of Godchaux Hall and Frist Hall at the School of Nursing

Aerial photo of Godchaux Hall and Frist Hall at the School of Nursing.


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