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    • 1890 Cornerstone from the College of Medicine location at Second and Sherman Streets

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    • During the construction of the Education II building at 4301 West Markham, the cornerstone from the College's Second & Sherman location was unearthed. After the Education II building was completed in 1977, the cornerstone was located east of the...
    • College of Medicine; Pulaski County; Little Rock; Education II Building; Site 5 (1956-present) 4301 West Markham
    • 50 Year Club of the Independence County Medical Society

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    • In this undated image, members of the Independence County Medical Society 50 Year Club are honored. Standing, left to right: Dr. R.L. McCurry of Cash; Dr. E.M. Gray of Mt. Home; Dr. R.L. Bone of Neward; Dr. V.D. McAdams of Cord; Dr. Paul Jeffery...
    • Independence County;
    • Adrenalin Vaporizer

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    • Adrenalin Vaporizer, Stock no. 21-6-1, in original paperboard box; complete set with rubber bulb, glass reservoir, two cork stoppers, and printed instructions. Instruction sheet has an illustration of how vaporizer looks when assembled. “This...
    • Medical instruments and apparatus
    • Aerial view of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences campus, ca. 1977

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    • Aerial view (facing southwest) of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences campus, ca. 1977. The Education II Building is almost complete in this photograph. The construction began November 1974 and ended by July 1978.
    • Education II Building; University of Arkansas Medical Sciences Campus (1975-1980); Little Rock; Pulaski County;
    • Aerial view of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences on West Markham, ca 1958-1978

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    • Aerial view of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences on West Markham, circa 1969. The school name changed from UofA School of Medicine to UofA Medical Sciences in 1975.
    • College of Medicine; Pulaski County; Little Rock; University of Arkansas School of Medicine (1918-1975); University of Arkansas Medical Sciences Campus (1975-1980);Academic health centers; University Hospital; University of Arkansas Medical Center...
    • Aerial views of the Medical Center campus, ca1969-1973

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    • Aerial views of Medical Center campus in Little Rock, ca1969-1973 as well as the Arkansas State Capitol and bridges over the Arkansas River. Images include views of the Arkansas State Hospital, the University Hospital, the Education I building...
    • University Hospital; Site 5 (1956-present) 4301 West Markham; Arkansas State [Psychiatric] Hospital; Education I (Shorey) Building; Child Study Center; Hendrix Hall; Shuffield Infirmary
    • Alan Garner Cazort, M.D.

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    • Dr. Alan Garner Cazort (1900-1986) was a 1928 graduate of the University of Arkansas School of Medicine and served on the faculty from 1930 until 1976. Born in Lamar, Arkansas, Dr. Cazort earned his undergraduate degree from Hendrix College in...
    • College of Medicine; Allergists; University of Arkansas School of Medicine (1918-1975);
    • Albert William (Mac) McCullough, Ph.D., 1961

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    • Albert William (Mac) McCullough, Ph.D (1901-1961) taught Anatomy in the College of Medicine from 1940 until 1961.
    • College of Medicine; University of Arkansas School of Medicine (1918-1975); Little Rock; Pulaski County; Anatomists; Department of Anatomy;
    • Alexander George residence, 1888

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    • Photograph of a printed image (?) depicting the George House which was the first home of St. Vincent's Infirmary Medical Center in 1888. The house was located at Second and MacLean(?) Streets in Little Rock.
    • Little Rock; Pulaski County; St. Vincent's Infirmary;
    • Amputation and trephine field set, circa 1861-1865

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    • Amputation and trephine field set (two trays) in a wooden container lined with red cloth. Corners are trimmed with brass. Container lid has a small brass plate attached to it that is not engraved. The case contains 10 instruments, marked Snowden,...
    • Medical instruments and apparatus; Civil War medicine; Johnson County; American Civil War (1861-1865);
    • Amputation instruments set, ca1890-1897

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    • Amputation set, ca1890-1897. Set consists of four knives and five other instruments in a velvet-lined wooden box. This set belonged to John Pendergrass, M.D. [b1870?-d1950?]. Dr. Pendergrass was a native of Franklin County, Arkansas but...
    • Medical instruments and apparatus

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