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Allan Bass, 1984
Dr. Allan Bass (1910-2005) served as chair of the Department of Pharmacology from 1953 to 1973.

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Vanderbilt Unit,  World War I - Officers and Enlisted Men
Group photograph of officers and enlisted men of the Vanderbilt Unit during World War I. This photograph may have been taken at Ft. McPherson, Ga, before Hospital Unit S embarked to France.

Vanderbilt Unit, World War I - August 1, 1917
Officers of Hospital Unit S during World War I: R. R. Brown, W. G. Kennon, J. O. Manier, H. M. Tigert, T. D. McKinney, E. M. Fuqua, A. W. Harris, W. M. McCabe, R. A. Barr, W. H. Witt, W. C. Dixon. This image was likely taken at Ft. McPherson, GA.

Vanderbilt Unit, World War I - Officers and Enlisted Men
Group photograph of officers and enlisted men of Hospital Unit S, known as the Vanderbilt Unit, during World War I.

Nurses with the Vanderbilt Unit During World War I
The nursing staff of Hospital Unit S was made up of nurses from across Nashville, and here they pose in front of Camp Hospital 28 in Nevers, France. Catherine Sinnot of St. Thomas Hospital was head nurse for the unit.

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"A Group of Soldierly Looking Officers"
A snapshot of doctors from Hospital Unit S, in front of Camp Hospital 28 in Nevers, France. Unit S was known as "the Vanderbilt Unit."

"Rue Victor Hugo, Nevers France, Taken in Front of the Hospital"
Hospital Unit S, known as "the Vanderbilt Unit" was stationed at Camp Hospital 28 in Nevers, France, during World War I.

"Rapid Transit in France"
A snapshot of a woman and a donkey cart, likely taken by a member of the Vanderbilt Unit in Nevers, France, during World War I.

"Representing Various Soldierly Attitudes"
Snapshot of several members of Hospital Unit S, the Vanderbilt Unit, during World War I. They are posing on the front steps of Camp Hospital 28 in Nevers, France.

"Lt. Kennon's Moustache and Lesser Objects"
Snapshot of William G. Kennon and other members of Vanderbilt Unit S on the steps of Camp Hospital 28 in Nevers, France.
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