Guide to the Henry T. Bahnson Papers, 1943-2002 UA.90.F82

ULS Archives & Special Collections

Summary Information

Repository
ULS Archives & Special Collections
Title
Henry T. Bahnson Papers
Creator
Bahnson, Henry T., 1920-
Collection Number
UA.90.F82
Date
1943-2002
Extent
9.75 linear feet (11 boxes)
Abstract
Henry Theodore Bahnson was the longest serving chairman of the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine (1963-1987) and a world renowned transplant surgeon. The majority of the collection is made up of correspondence between Dr. Bahnson and his professional colleagues. In addition, the collection contains materials outlining Bahnson's professional and personal achievements, an array of medical slides, and several VHS tapes of surgical procedures.

Preferred Citation

Henry T. Bahnson Papers, 1943-2002, UA.90.F82, University Archives, Archives & Special Collections, University of Pittsburgh Library System

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Biography

Henry Theodore Bahnson was the longest serving chairman of the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine (1963-1987) and a world renowned transplant surgeon. Born in Winston-Salem, North Carolina in 1920, Dr. Bahnson graduated from Davidson College in 1941. He then traveled to Boston to complete his graduate work at the Harvard University Medical School. After graduation in 1944, Bahnson moved with his wife, Louise Porter, to Baltimore Maryland, where he began an internship in surgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital. While at Johns Hopkins, Bahnson trained with renowned surgeon Dr. Alfred Blalock, one of the pioneers in the field of cardiac surgery. Bahnson spent the early part of his career involved in clinical investigation and introduction of new techniques within vascular and cardiac surgery. Bahnson remained at Johns Hopkins until 1963, eventually achieving the rank of professor within the University.

In 1963 Bahnson accepted the George V. Foster Chairmanship of Surgery at the University of Pittsburgh Medical School. In addition to his personal feats in cardiovascular transplantation – such as performing the first heart transplant in Pennsylvania in 1968 – Bahnson actively recruited leaders within the field of medicine, helping to raise both the University’s Medical School and the University’s Medical Center to international prominence. Dr. Bahnson is credited with recruiting Dr. Thomas E. Starzl, known by many as the "Father of Transplantation."

While at the University of Pittsburgh, Bahnson served on the surgical staff of UPMC Presbyterian (formerly Presbyterian-University Hospital), Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, and the Pittsburgh VA Healthcare System. He was president of numerous professional groups during his career: the Society of University Surgeons (1965), the American Association for Thoracic Surgery (1976-1977), the American College of Surgeons (1983-1984), the American Surgical Association (1987-1988) and the Johns Hopkins Medical and Surgical Association (1989-1990). He was also a member of the Society of Thoracic Surgeons, the American Society of Transplant Surgeons, the International Society for Heart Transplantation, and the Transplant Recipient International Organization.

Dr. Bahnson and his wife were the parents of five children. Dr. Bahnson died in his Pittsburgh home in April, 2003.

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Scope and Content Notes

The collection is organized alphabetically by subject, in keeping with Bahnson’s original organizational scheme. The majority of the collection is made up of correspondence between Bahnson and his professional colleagues, including, but not limited to, Dr. Thomas E. Starzl, Dr. Mark Ravitch, and Dr. Alfred Blalock. The largest single component of the collection is made up of materials relating to Dr. Thomas Starzl. This series includes correspondence between Bahnson and Starzl, correspondence between Bahnson and colleagues about Starzl, and correspondence between Starzl and Dr. Alfred Blalock.

In addition to correspondence, the collection contains materials outlining Bahnson's professional and personal achievements. These include papers relating to the first annual conference about FK-506 (an immunosuppressive drug used to treat transplant patients), a conference for which Dr. Bahnson was personally involved in organizing; and records of his involvement with various professional organizations. The collection contains Bahnson’s original research for a paper titled "Roles of the Kidneys in the Resistance of Rats to Hemmorhage," as well as copies of speeches and addresses he gave throughout his professional career. Besides the materials relating to his scientific accomplishments, the collection contains extensive information on Bahnson’s musical achievements, such as two harmonicas he designed and patented after conducting studies of the physical reactions of the body while playing the harmonica.

Bahnson worked with physicians and professors from Korea and the USSR, and he worked especially closely with physicians from Vietnam, many of whom he met during his work with medical residents in Saigon in the 1970s. The collection contains correspondence relating to sponsorship, employment opportunities, and funding for these associates.

Finally, the collection includes an extensive array of medical slides assembled by Bahnson over the years, and a series of hand-drawn medical illustrations used in several journal articles, and five VHS tapes which were used as animal lab testing instructional videos. The medical slides include a detailed index, which has been organized by subject headings. A complete alphabetic list of subject headings is included with the numbered index in Box 5. The majority of the medical illustrations were drawn by Leon Schlossberg, a charter member of the Association of Medical Illustrators (AMI), and the recipient of the AMI’s lifetime achievement award in 1990.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

ULS Archives & Special Collections, August 2006

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Revision Description

 Revised by Marianne Kasica. April 2011

Access Restrictions

Several files contain private legal, medical or financial information and are subject to various restrictions. Restricted files are identified in the contents list and are contained in Boxes 1-4, 7 and 8. For questions about access conditions, contact the University Archivist. (Box 2 ff 30, 33, 35)

Copyright

The University of Pittsburgh holds the property rights to the material in this collection, but the copyright may still be held by the original creator/author. Researchers are therefore advised to follow the regulations set forth in the U.S. Copyright Code when publishing, quoting, or reproducing material from this collection without the consent of the creator/author or that go beyond what is allowed by fair use.

Acquisition Information

Gift of Alfred Blalock Bahnson, son of Henry T. Bahnson, in April 2003.

Processing Information

This collection was processed by Jennifer Cole and Christina Reed in March 2005 and Charles Stanford in 2006.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • American College of Surgeons.
  • American Surgical Association.
  • Central Surgical Association.
  • Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh.
  • University of Pittsburgh. School of Medicine.

Genre(s)

  • Administrative reports
  • Business correspondence
  • Color slides
  • Lectures
  • Medical illustrations
  • Personal correspondence
  • Speeches

Personal Name(s)

  • Bahnson, Henry T., 1920-
  • Blalock, Alfred, 1899-1964
  • Ravitch, Mark M., 1910-
  • Schlossberg, Leon
  • Simmons, Richard L., 1934-
  • Starzl, Thomas E. (Thomas Earl), 1926-2017

Subject(s)

  • Academic medical centers -- Pennsylvania -- Pittsburgh
  • Cardiologists -- Pennsylvania -- Pittsburgh
  • Faculty papers
  • Harmonica
  • Health and medicine
  • Heart -- Surgery -- Pennsylvania -- Pittsburgh
  • Medical colleges -- Faculty
  • Medical students, Foreign -- Pennsylvania -- Pittsburgh
  • Medicine -- Study and teaching -- Pennsylvania -- Pittsburgh
  • Physicians -- China
  • Physicians -- Korea
  • Physicians -- Soviet Union
  • Physicians -- Vietnam
  • Residents (Medicine) -- Pennsylvania -- Pittsburgh
  • Surgeons -- Pennsylvania -- Pittsburgh
  • Transplantation of organs, tissues, etc. -- Pennsylvania -- Pittsburgh
  • University of Pittsburgh
  • Vietnamese students -- Pennsylvania -- Pittsburgh

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Previous Citation

Henry T. Bahnson Papers, 1943-2002, UA.90.F82, University Archives, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh

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Collection Inventory

Series  I. Subject Files 

Section: A 

  BoxFolder
A (General) 1999 11
  Folder
Ad-Hoc Honor Code Committee, 1982-1983, 1987-1996 2
  Folder
American Association of Thoracic Surgery (AATS), 1976-1997 3
  Folder
AATS Ad Hoc Committee Past Presidents, 1998 4
  Folder
American College of Surgeons (ACS), 1984-2002 5
  Folder
American Surgical Association (ASA), 1994-2002 6
  Folder
ASA - Presidency, 1987-1988 7
  Folder
Animal Surgery Lab, 1995-1996 8
  Folder
Annals of Surgery, 1995-1998 9
  Folder
The Annals of Thoracic Surgery, 1997 10
  Folder
Archives of Surgery, 1997-1998 11
  Folder
Australia - Visits, 1955-1983 12

Section: B 

  Folder
B (General) 1965-2002 13
  Folder
"Bahnson Day", 12-13 March 1999 14
  Folder
Bahnson Development Fund, Endowed Professor, undated 15
  Folder
Bahnson Hosted Social Events, 1988-1993 16
  Folder
Bahnson Visiting Professor Lectureship, 1991-2002 17
  Folder
Bahnson, Henry T. - Acceptance of position at Dept. of Surgery University of Pittsburgh, 1961-1964 18
  Folder
Bahnson, Henry T. - Awards, Biographical Info., 1968-1997 19
  Folder
Bahnson, Henry T. Curriculum Vita [RESTRICTED] 20
  Folder
Bahnson, Henry T. - Personal [RESTRICTED], 1963-2001 21-22
  Folder
Bahnson, Robert, undated 23
  Folder
Bethune, Dr. Norman - Note on The Scalpel, the Sword, The Story of Dr. Norman Bethune (available in the University Library System), undated 24
  Folder
Blalock, Dr. Alfred, 1941-1988 25-26
  Folder
Bockeria, Dr. Leo, 1996-2002 27
  Folder
British TV Program, 1996 28

Section: C 

  Folder
C (General) 1989-2002 29
  Folder
Carey, Dr. Larry C., 1969-1990 30
  Folder
Central Surgical Association, 1969-1989 31
  Folder
Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh, 1988-1993 32
  Folder
Chinese Visiting Doctors, 1999 33
  Folder
CHIRURGIE 2000, Paris, France, June 25-29, 2000 34
  Folder
"Clinical Use of Total Body Hypothermia", Southwestern Cardiovascular Symposium, March 20, 1980 35
  Folder
Committee for Oversight Organ Transplantation, 1992-1997 36
  Folder
Cooley, Dr. Denton A., 1951-1972 37

Section: D 

  Folder
D (General) 1989-1999 38
  Folder
Davidson College, 1981-1991 39
  Folder
Davis & Geck Tapes and Lab Manuals, 1990 40
  Folder
DeBakey Award, 1991-1992 41
  Folder
DeBakey, Dr. Michael E., 1954-1997 42
  Folder
DeBakey Lectures 43
  Folder
Department of Surgery, 1995-2001 44
  Folder
Department of Surgery Research Endowment Campaign LAY Committee, 1998-2000 45
  Folder
Detre, Dr. Thomas P. [RESTRICTED], 1984-1991 46-47
  Folder
"Development of the Transplantation of the Heart" -China Speech, October 1992 48
  BoxFolder
Dzung Quang Le, M.D., 1989-2002 21

Section: E 

  Folder
E (General) 1961-1992 2
  Folder
Eiseman, Dr. Ben, 1949-1985 3

Section: F 

  Folder
F (General) 1990-2001 4
  Folder
Falkowski, George, 1991-1998 5
  Folder
Falor Society Dinner 6
  Folder
Fellowships, 1988-1993 7
  Folder
FK-506 Conference [RESTRICTED], 1990-1991 8a-8b
  Folder
Fung, John, 1996-1997 9

Section: G 

  Folder
G (General) 1986-2002 10
  Folder
Governance Issue between University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and Affiliated Hospitals, 1976-1979 11
  Folder
Graduation Speeches, 1973-1993 12
  Folder
Gramlich, Dr. John B., 1964-1996 13
  Folder
Gross, Dr. Robert E. , 1952-1985 14

Section: H 

  Folder
H (General) 1987-1999 15
  Folder
The Halstead Society, 1989-1996 16
  Folder
Harbison, Dr. Samuel P., 1962-1991 17
  Folder
Harmonica, Correspondence and Patent Information, 1989-2002 18-19
  Folder
Heart to Heart, 1992-2000 20
  Folder
H.J. Heinz Foundation, 1990-1992 21

Section: I 

  Folder
Insurance 22
  Folder
International Society for Heart Transplantation, 1986-1993 23
  Folder
International Surgical Group, 1957-2001 24
  Folder
International Conference on the History of Cardiovascular Surgery (2nd: Moscow), November 2002 24a

Section: J 

  Folder
J (General) 1989-1997 25
  Folder
Jing Hua, 1988-1995 26
  Folder
Johns Hopkins Medical and Surgical Association, 1990-1993 27

Section: K 

  Folder
K (General) 1990-1994 28
  Folder
Kemp, Charles, 1994 29
  Folder
Kosela vs. Singh, Restricted 1989-1993 30

This file is restricted.

Section: L 

  Folder
L (General) 1990-2000 31
  Folder
Ladowski, Joseph, undated 32
  Folder
Legal File, [RESTRICTED], 1988-1993 33
  Folder
Licenses [RESTRICTED], 1989-1998 34
  Folder
Louise P. Bahnson Research Fellowship, 1997-1999 35

Section: M 

  Folder
M (General) 1990-2000 36
  Folder
Mexico Talk - Ethics 37
  Folder
Meyers, Dr. Jack, 1998 38
  Folder
Minute Men of the Medical School, 1988-1999 39
  Folder
Montefiore Hospital, 1989-1994 40
  Folder
Moscow - talk, November 16-21, 2002 41
  Folder
Miller, Harry - Tribute, 1996-1997 42

Section: N 

  Folder
N (General) [RESTRICTED], 1990-1997 43
  Folder
Nam Ky Van, 1994-1997 44

Series  XIV. T 

  Folder
Task Force on Curriculum Revision, 1991-1992 33
  Folder
Tran, Huong Thien, 1982 34
  Folder
Transplantation - Resources, Matas Memorial Lecture, December 14, 1987 35
  BoxFolder
Transplant Recipient International Organization, Inc. (TRIO), 1991-1997 401-02
  Folder
Traveling Professors speech about Alfred Blalock, Baylor University, Dallas, TX, 1976 3

Correspondecne with Sparkman.

  Folder
Trento, Alfredo, 1987 4
  Folder
Trips to China, 1982-1988 5

Section: O 

  Folder
O (General), 1996-1999 45

Section: P 

  Folder
P (General) [RESTRICTED], 1984, 1990, 2002 46
  Folder
Pham Family, 1974-1987 47
  Folder
Pittsburgh Surgical Society - Talk, May 18, 1987 48
  BoxFolder
Presbyterian University Hospital (PUH) [RESTRICTED], 1984-1990 31-3
  Folder
Presbyterian University Hospital, Transplantation Discussions, Bahnson, Starzl, Hakala, [RESTRICTED], 1980-1985 4
  Folder
Publications 4a

Practical Guide in Surgical Techniques for Medican Students by Mary C. Mancini 1983, rev. 1992 by Henry T. Bahnson.

U SA-Russia Tweny Years of Cooperation in Cardiopulmonary Research, 1972-1992.

Bakoulev Scientific Center for Cardiovascular Surgery of Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, L.A. Bockeria

Section: R 

  Folder
R (General), 1990-1999 5
  Folder
Ravitch, Mark; Correspondence, 1952-1987 6-7
  Folder
Ravtich, Mark; Memorial Information [RESTRICTED], 1989-2000 8-10
  Folder
Residency, School of Medicine, 1992-1994 11
  Folder
Resident Alumni Association, 2000-2001 12
  Folder
Rocky Mountain Traumatologic Society, 1984-1992 13
  Folder
" Roles of the Kidneys in the Resistance of Rats to Hemorrhage", 1994 14

Section: S 

  Folder
S (General) [RESTRICTED], 1976-1999 15
  Folder
Schwentker, Frederick N., 1993-1996 16
  Folder
Schumacker, Jr., Dr. Harris B., 1953-1988 17
  Folder
Simmons, Dr. Richard L., 1988-1995 18
  Folder
Society of Clinical Surgery; Photographs 19

Includes photographs of Thomas Starzl

  Folder
Society of Clinical Surgery 19a
  Folder
Starzl, Dr. Thomas E.; letters of support, 1977-1998 20
  Folder
Starzl, Dr. Thomas E.; Controversies, 1981, 1992-1994, 1998 21
  Folder
Starzl, Dr. Thomas E.; Correspondence, 1959-1995 22-26

Includes correspondence on on Puzzle People

  Folder
Starzl, Dr. Thomas E.; Curriculum Vita and General, 1960-1999 27-28
  Folder
Starzl, Dr. Thomas E.; History of Transplantation speech given at UCLA, March 1999 29
  Folder
Starzl, Dr. Thomas E.; Recruitment to Pitt, 1980-1981 30
  Folder
Steichen, Dr. Felicien M.; Selected Essays From Minimally Invasive Surgery and New Technology, 1994 31
  Folder
Substitute Hearts; Speech for the ASC meeting, New Orleans, October 20, 1986 32

Section: T 

  Folder
T General 32a
  Folder
Task Force on Curriculum Revision, 1991-1992 33
  Folder
Tran, Huong Thien, 1982 34
  Folder
Transplantation Resources, Matas Memorial Lecture, December 14, 1987 35
  BoxFolder
Transplant Recipient International Organization, Inc. (Trio), 1991-1997 41-2
  Folder
Traveling Professors, Negative Feedback from Alfred Blaylock, Baylor University, Dallas, TX, 1976 3
  Folder
Trento, Alfredo, 1987 4
  Folder
Trips to China 1982-1988 5

Section: U 

  Folder
United Way Campaigns, 1996-1998 6
  Folder
USSR - Correspondence with Associations, 1987-1991 7

Section: V 

  Folder
Veterans Administration Hospital, 1989-1996 8
  Folder
Vietnam Refugee Physicians, 1973-1988 9-11
  Folder
Visiting Professors, China, 1987-1995 12-14
  Folder
Visiting Professors, Korea (Chong Kook Lee), 1989-1995 15
  Folder
Visiting Professors, USSR (Chebotar, Anatoli and Moshnyaga, Andrew ), 1991 16

Section: W 

  Folder
W, 1990-1994 17
  Folder
Watson, 1991-1995 18
  Folder
W.L. Gore and Associates, Inc., 1985-1992 19

Section: Z 

  Folder
Z, 1993-1997 20
  Folder
Z Legal - Tracy Lynn Gauden Trial [RESTRICTED], 1986-1993 21

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Series  II. Medical 

Scope and Content Notes

The Medical Slides are arranged by subject number. The subject index is contained in the three boxes called "Card Index to Slides"

  FolderSlides
Medical Slides 225-527
  FolderSlides
Medical Slides 23527-552
  FolderSlides
Medical Slides 24552-650
  FolderSlides
Medical Slides 24650-655
  FolderSlides
Medical Slides 26656-669
  BoxFolderSlides
Medical Slides 51670-707
  FolderSlides
Medical Slides 2708-736
  FolderSlides
Medical Slides 3744-817
  FolderSlide
Medical Slides 4817-925
  FolderSlides
Medical Slides 5925-975
  FolderSlide
Medical Slides 6976-980
  FolderSlides
Medical Slides 7980-999

The last page of this file contains slides from subjects 655, 744, 925 and 975.

  Folder
Medical Slides Subject Index 8-10
  Folder
List of Subject Headings 11
  BoxCassette
"Cholecystectomy" 61-1a
  Cassette
"Historical Perspective on Stapling in Surgery" by Mark M. Ravitch 2
  Cassette
"Small Bowel Resection" by Thomas B. Julian 3

Recording does not begin until one quarter of the way into the tape.

  Cassette
"Fundamental Surgical Techniques" by Larry Carey 4
  Cassette
"Splenectomy" by David L. Steed 5-5a
  Cassette
"Cecectomy" by Thomas B. Julian 6

Video appears to be partial procedure.

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Series  III. Illustrations 

  BoxFolder
Aneurysm to be excised - Leon Schlossberg 71
  Folder
Atrial spatial defect - Leon Schlossberg 2
  Folder
Defect / Defect closed - Leon Schlossberg 3
  Folder
R. atrial appendage - Leon Schlossberg 4
  Folder
Aortic aneurysm - Leon Schlossberg 5
  Folder
Sabiston & Spencer (Bahnson - 30 IV) Fig. 30-2 6
  Folder
Sabiston & Spencer (Bahnson - 30 V) Fig. 30-6, "Treatment of ductus arteriosus by division" 7
  Folder
Sabiston &Spencer (Bahnson - 30 V) Fig. 30-5, "Operative treatment of ductus arteriosus by ligation" 8
  Folder
Sabiston & Spencer (Bahnson - 30 IV) Fig. 30-3, "Tracheal ring completed by obliterated remnant of distal left arch and ligamentum arteriosum" 9
  Folder
Fig. 9, 12, Bahnson, Journal of Thoracic Surgery 10-11
  Folder
Sabiston & Spencer (Bahnson - 30 VII) Fig. 30-11, "Operative exposure for resection of the coarctation of the aorta" 12
  Folder
Postductal, Preductal, Interrupted Aorta 13
  Folder
Sabiston & Spencer (Bahnson - 30X) Fig. 30-34, Leon Schlossberg 14
  Folder
Sabiston & Spencer (Bahnson - 30 VII) Fig. 30-12, "Anastmosis following excision of coarctation" 15
  Folder
Case 1, Fig. 1C - Leon Schlossberg, undated 16
  Folder
Fig. 5 Bahnson, Journal of Thoracic Surgery, Leon Schlossberg 17
  BoxFolder
Illustrations- Eddie Williams (1) (Oversize) 101
  Folder
Illustrations- Abdominal Aneurysm (1) - Leon Schlossberg 2
  Folder
Illustrations- Lung, Aorta - Leon Schlossberg 3
  Folder
Illustrations- McLeod (3) 4
  Folder
Illustrations- Ventricular septal defect - Leon Schlossberg 5
  Folder
Illustrations- Case 6, Fig. 6e, "Aneurysm of the aorta and in-nominate artery", Leon Schlossberg 6
  Folder
Illustrations- Sabiston & Spencer (Bahnson - 30 IV) Fig. 30-1, "Development of the aortic arch and anomalies", undated 7
  Folder
Illustrations- Sabiston & Spencer (Bahnson - 30X) Fig. 30-36b, "-Excision of the fusiform aneurysm of the ascending aorta" undated 8
  Folder
Illustrations- Sabiston & Spencer (Bahnson - 30X) Fig. 30-35, "Aneurysm of the upper thoracic aorta treated by proximal and distal aortic occlusion, excision, and aortic reconstruction" 9
  Folder
Illustrations- Sabiston & Spencer (Bahnson - 30X) Fig. 30-41, "Inclusion technique of replacement of thoracic aorta as described by Crawford et. al." 10
  Folder
Illustrations- Sabiston & Spencer (Bahnson - 30X) Fig. 30-39, "Replacement of aortic arch as described by Crawford et. al" 11
  Folder
Illustrations- Aneurysm of the Arch of Aorta - Leon Schlossberg 12
  Folder
Illustrations- A-B LeFevre 13-14
  Folder
Illustrations- Tumor - Leon Schlossberg 15
  Folder
Illustrations- Fig. 23-22B, Gisson (2) - Leon Schlossberg 16
  Folder
Illustrations- Liver (1-6) - Leon Schlossberg 17-22
  Folder
Illustrations- Fig. 7a-7b, 12-13, Bahnson, Journal of Thoracic Surgery - Leon Schlossberg, undated 23-26

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Series  IV. Photos 

  BoxFolder
Bahnson Images (professional) 61
  Folder
Health Sciences Review Photo Shoot, David Aschkenas photographer, Spring 1990 2
  Folder
7th Annual Bahnson Lecture Images 3
  Folder
American College of Surgeons, Past Presidents Luncheon (2000), Harmonica Photos, Unidentified Event Photos, 4
  Folder
Bahnson Group Images (Group and Function Unknown), 5
  Folder
Professional Colleagues and Early Photos 6
  Folder
Equipment Photos 7
  Folder
Vacation Photos 8
  Folder
CHIRGURIE 2000 Conference Photos, June 2000 9
  Folder
Charles G. Watson Surgical Education Center Photo 10
  Folder
Board of Thoracic Surgery - Dallas Dinner Photos, April 1973 11
  Folder
Partial list of Department of Surgery Group Photos and Chief Residents 12
  Folder
Surgical Study Section A, April 1974 13
  Folder
Department of Surgery - Group and Individual Photos, 1963-1991 14-40
  Folder
Unidentified Images 41

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