Collection Title: William B. Blythe Papers, 1960-1995
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||18.0 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 14,400 items)
||William B. Blythe (1928-2000), an alumnus of the University of North Carolina, was
a professor and Chief of Nephrology in the School of Medicine at the University of
North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The collection contains professional papers of William B. Blythe, including correspondence,
papers related to Dr. Blythe's research, and records related to a history of the UNC
School of Medicine, the North Carolina Center for Excellence in Nephrology, and Project
Hope. Acquired as part of University Archives.
||Blythe, William B. (William Brevard), 1928-2000.
||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Library. University Archives.
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- [Identification of item], in the William B. Blythe Papers #40432, University Archives,
The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
- Acquisitions Information
- Received from John Blythe in June 2014 (record transfer 20140609.1)
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