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School of Medicine, First Year Class, 1931-1932

Gitchell
Format
Online; Still Image
Type
Black-and-White Photographs
Date Created
1931 - 1932
Description
Class of 1935 Identified (L to R): First row: Joseph Kunkle Alexander, John Thompson Brown Ambler, Ellis April, William Eugene Apperson, John William Ashworth, Jr., Charles Hughes Barber, William Bennett Bean, Charles Lewis Bittinger, Capers Edwards Boan, Carrington Leonare Booker, Richard Boxley Bowles, Robinson Watson Brown, William Walker Butzner, Jr., George Minor Caldwell, Robert Manfred Caldwell, Sheldon David Carey Second row: William Zachary Catterton, William Malvern Clopton, George Cooper, Jr., Kenneth Cooper, Richard Anthony Cupaiuoli, Howard Harman Curd, Lawrence Paul Farley, Frank William Foote, Jr., Stanley Frederick Goldman, Paul Burns Haggland, Charles Edwin Hamilton, Jr., Henry Hurt Hancock, John Cameron Hoggan, Beverly Long Holladay, Charlton Gilmore Holland, Jr. Third row: Edward Lee Hopewell, Floyd Kinzer Hurt, Harold Maurice Jackson, Edward Valentine Jones, Jr., Fletcher Jordan, Jr., Abe Leon Kruger, Alter Laibstain, Byrd Stuart Leavell, Jr., Claude Marshall Lee, Jr., Albert Emanuel Long, Marion Sumpter Love, William Province McGuire, John Osborne McNeel Fourth row: Robert Stockton McVaugh, Henry James Macon, Bernard Solomon Mizroch, Boyd Hawthorne Payne, James Perrow, Marvin Nelson Pilley, Jesses James Porter, Harwood Hugo Ritter, Hyman Rock Sheintoch, James Benjamin Shuler, William Thomas Sutton, Robert Milton Taliaferro, Jr. Fifth row: William Lyons Taliaferro, Lewis Alexander Vance, Roland Harris Vaughan, William Randolph Watkins, Oswald Massena Weaver, Arthur Weinberg, George Clegg Williams, Carl Louis Wilson, Martin Robert Wisely, Herman Wolff, William Swope Wray
Collection
University of Virginia Visual History Collection
Location
Historical Collections & Services, Claude Moore Health Sciences Library, Charlottesville, Va.
Retrieval ID
prints21284
Call Number
RG-30/1/10.011
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