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Donald E. Kilgore Oral History Collection

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Identifier: HHC 60
Abstract This collection documents the professional life of Dr. Donald E. Kilgore (1922-2011) through two oral histories and miscellaneous materials. The Spidle oral history focuses on Dr. Kilgore's career as a physician, starting in 1953, with the many permutations of the Lovelace Clinic. The Weitekamp oral history and the two public broadcasting programs pertain to Dr. Kilgore's experiences with the first astronauts and the space program.
Dates: 1964-2001

Fred H. Hanold Oral History Collection

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Identifier: HHC 59
Abstract This collection documents the professional life and interests of Fred H. Hanold (1915-2006). The emphasis is on Dr. Hanold's years in Albuquerque, New Mexico as an internist, the founding of the University of New Mexico School of Medicine, generalist versus subspecialty medicine, specialty board certification, and local professional relationships. Other materials include copies of Dr. Hanold's "Archives Report" for the New Mexico Chapter of the American College of Physicians, "History of the...
Dates: 1984-1985

Lawrence Hoyt Wilkinson Oral History

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Identifier: HHC 65
Abstract This forty-three page interview documents the professional career of Albuquerque surgeon Dr. Lawrence H. Wilkinson (1916-1992). Included in this collection are the final transcript and audio recordings from an oral history recorded in 1984. Also included are three news clippings pertaining to Dr. Wilkinson.
Dates: 1984

Lawrence Hoyt Wilkinson Papers

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Identifier: HHC 31
Abstract This material, saved and donated by Dr. Lawrence H. Wilkinson and his family, represents the personal life, career, and interests of a physician who practiced medicine in Albuquerque, New Mexico for forty years. Family mementos, professional and private writings, civic activities, honors, and correspondence highlight the life of a man devoted to his family, dedicated to his profession, and interested in helping to bring a medical school to his adopted state of New Mexico.
Dates: 1934-1987

Robert O. Anderson Oral History

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Identifier: HHC 99
Abstract This interview with Roswell, New Mexico's Robert O. Anderson (1917-2007), internationally prominent businessman-industrialist-philanthropist, focuses on his (then) quarter-century association with the Lovelace Medical Center in Albuquerque.
Dates: 1996; Majority of material found within 1996