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Virginia Minnich Photographs

  • VC114
  • Collection
  • 1913-1985

This collection consists of 126 photographs and certificates documenting the career of Virginia Minnich. Depicted subjects include class photographs of students at Washington University School of Medicine, portraits of Virignia Minnich as a young woman when she was Vilray P. Blair's patient, and scenes from Thailand, Turkey, and WUSM.

Minnich, Virginia

Hugh M. Chaplin, Jr. Reprints

  • FC113
  • Collection
  • 1962-1979

Thirty-three medical journal article reprints dating from 1962 to 1979. Principal topics include hematology and anemia.

Chaplin, Hugh M., Jr.

Carl V. Moore Papers

  • FC016
  • Collection
  • 1932-1972

This collection contains mostly correspondence and other materials related to Moore’s involvement with various committees and professional societies.  In particular, this collection highlights Moore’s work on anemia, iron deficiency, and nutrition.

Moore, Carl V.

Virginia Minnich Oral History

  • OH029
  • Collection
  • 3/25/1981

Minnich discusses her undergraduate studies at Ohio State University and her graduate studies at Iowa State College. She describes research work in college on serum iron metabolism, done with Carl V. Moore, and his later offer of employment as a researcher at the Washington University School of Medicine in 1938. Minnich details some of her research on iron metabolism, anemias and purpura, as well as her work setting up laboratories in Thailand and Turkey. She also discusses her work creating audio-visual teaching aids, teaching evening classes, and changes in the Washington University School of Medicine over her 40-plus year career. Interviewed by Estelle Brodman on March 25, 1981. OH029. Approximate Length 77 minutes.

Minnich, Virginia

Virginia Minnich Papers

  • FC009
  • Collection
  • 1938-1984

The collection is comprised primarily of correspondence regarding Minnich’s professional associations, though there is some representation of her personal correspondence. Of special note is the correspondence relating to her associations with Indonesian and Turkish laboratory personnel. Also included is material from Minnich’s membership in professional societies including their annual meeting programs and newsletters. The collection also includes parts of Minnich’s research including drafts of research articles, notebooks, photographic prints, contact prints, slides, graphs, and hand drawings of microscopic slides. Some of the documents in this series do not appear to be in alphabetical order, but they have been left in the original files.

Minnich, Virginia

Virgil Loeb, Jr., Papers

  • FC148
  • Collection
  • 1961-2003

Professional office files, excluding patient files, ca. 1961-2003. Biographical material (Folder 1) and correspondence is in Box 1.

Loeb, Virgil, Jr.