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|Size||15 feet of linear shelf space|
|Abstract||A medical curriculum was first established at the University of North Carolina in 1879. In 1896, Dr. Richard Whitehead, a white professor of anatomy and pathology, taught the university’s first pathology course. The Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine provides pathology and laboratory medicine services and teaches clinical and scientific concepts of pathology and laboratory medicine and mechanisms of disease. The records consist of the files of John B. Graham, a white professor of pathology and laboratory medicine. The files include correspondence, brochures, reports, memoranda, meeting minutes, project and committee files, university government bylaws, and administration policies. Acquired as part of University Archives.|
|Creator||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine.|
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Encoded by: Laura Smith
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