Series VC266-S01 - Administration

Samuel B. Guze speaking from the podium at the Cancer Research Building Dedication ceremony. William H. Danforth speaking from the podium at the Cancer Research Building Dedication ceremony. Al Wiman interviewing Samuel B. Guze in a Cancer Research Building laboratory. Dr. Menton and Jack Siefkas conversing at a Freshman Wintery Party, Washington University School ... Associate Dean John C. Herweg and an unidentified woman at a Freshmen Winery Party, Washington Un... Unidentified man speaking from the podium at the Cancer Research Building Dedication ceremony. Unidentified man speaking from the podium at the Cancer Research Building Dedication ceremony. Senator John Danforth speaking from the podium at the Cancer Research Building Dedication ceremony. View of the Cancer Research Building Dedication ceremony. View of the Cancer Research Building Dedication ceremony. Senator John Danforth speaking from the podium at the Cancer Research Building Dedication ceremony. Senator John Danforth speaking from the podium at the Cancer Research Building Dedication ceremony. William H. Danforth speaking from the podium at the Cancer Research Building Dedication ceremony.

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VC266-S01

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Administration

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4 black and white 8x10 inch photographs featuring staff in Central Administration inlcuding: Dr. Samuel Guze Psychiatry – CRB Dedication Dr. Menton, Jack Siefkas – Freshman Winery Party

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Item description, Reference Code, Bernard Becker Medical Library Archives, Washington University in St. Louis.

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