Name and location of repository
Level of description
Samuel H. Gray Reprints
- 1921-1953 (Creation)
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Name of creator
Dr. Samuel H. Gray (1897-1949) was a pathologist at Jewish Hospital who was the longtime director of its laboratory and research division until his death in 1949. Gray also taught at Washington University School of Medicine as associate professor of pathology. He graduated from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University (1923) and was a lieutenant commander in the U.S. Navy during WWII.
Source: St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 18 August 1949; Bulletin of the St. Louis Jewish Hospital Medical Staff, October 1949, page 39-41
Scope and content
Reprints of 44 journal articles authored or co-authored by Gray. Subjects include studies of the thyroid gland, peptic ulcers, pancreatitis, effects on aging, and diastase (amylases).
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Conditions governing access
The collection is open and accessible for research.
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Immediate source of acquisition
Transfer; Becker Library copy:Jewish Hospital of St. Louis, Rothschild Library; 1988; (88-003).
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