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William Demonbreun

A Vanderbilt pathologist from 1929 until 1938, Dr. Demonbreun is best known for confirming histoplasmosis as a fungal infection.  Browse related items

Roy Avery and William Demonbreun

Bacteriologist Roy Avery and pathologist William Demonbreun study what appears to be a pathology slide. Browse related items

Roy and Catherine Avery

Roy Avery was professor of biochemistry at Vanderbilt Medical School from 1931-1953. Browse related items

Roy Avery

Roy Avery was professor of biochemistry at Vanderbilt Medical School from 1931-1953. Browse related items

Catherine Avery

Katherine Avery's husband, Roy, was a professor of bacteriology at Vanderbilt Medical School from 1931-1953. This photograph appears to have been taken in a Vanderbilt laboratory. Browse related items

Cooking Class, 1938

Nursing students in a cooking class.

Anatomy Lab, 1938

Nursing students of the class of 1938 participating in an anatomy lab. Browse related items

Freshman students in Anatomy Class, 1941

Nursing students in an anatomy course peer into microscopes while a faculty member supervises. Browse related items

Dean Helen Zeigler

Dean Zeigler (left) greets visitors to the nursing school. Browse related items

A Dietetic Intern Examining Menus

Dietetic Intern Virginia Cunningham Dowd examines a menu at her desk Browse related items


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