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Physicians -- New Mexico

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Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source

Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:

Alice H. Cushing oral history collection

 Collection
Identifier: HHC 119
Scope and Contents This interview with Dr. Alice Cushing (1930-2019) surveys the early part of her career. She was a pediatrician in Albuquerque and chair of the University of New Mexico School of Medicine's Department of Pediatrics. Dr. Cushing provides information about the foundation and early development of the University of New Mexico School of Medicine in the early 1960s; the pioneer internship and residency programs at the Bernalillo County Indian Hospital (UNM Hospital); the pediatrics community in...
Dates: 1984 July 10

C. A. Brown Photograph Collection

 Collection
Identifier: PICT-000-277
Abstract Collection includes photographs of Dr. Charles A. Brown, his wife Maggie Keller Brown, and their children.
Dates: 1870-1937

Catherine Armstrong-Seward oral history collection

 Collection
Identifier: HHC 100
Scope and Contents This interview with Dr. Catherine Armstrong-Seward (1915-2009), a pediatrician of Carlsbad, New Mexico, surveys her life and career as a New Mexico physician. Among the subjects discussed in this interview are Dr. Armstrong's personal and professional backgrounds; her views and personal experience with sex prejudice in the profession; her appraisal of the medical community in Carlsbad as of the early 1950s and of medical facilities in the city and their development; her perception of...
Dates: 1985 March 13

Emil Mühl Photograph Collection

 Collection
Identifier: PICT-000-655
Abstract This collection contains two photographs by J. C. Burge. They depict an army field hospital in the vicinity of Kingston, New Mexico, where Mühl served as a civilian "contract surgeon" for the army.
Dates: 1886

Jack A. Dillahunt oral history collection

 Collection
Identifier: HHC 123
Scope and Contents This interview with Dr. Jack A. Dillahunt (1914-1996) of Albuquerque, New Mexico, summarizes his 34 years' medical practice in New Mexico. A board certified ophthalmologist, one of the first in the state, Dr. Dillahunt came to Albuquerque in 1950 and established a private practice in his specialty which operated to the mid-1980s. Among the subjects discussed in this interview are Dr. Dillahunt's personal and professional backgrounds; the medical community of Albuquerque in the 1950s; the...
Dates: 1988 November 11

John H. Dettweiler oral history collection

 Collection
Identifier: HHC 122
Scope and Contents This interview with Dr. John H. Dettweiler (1920-2002), of Albuquerque, New Mexico, surveys his life and career as a New Mexico physician. An internist, Dr. Dettweiler came to Albuquerque in 1949 and practiced continuously for forty years before his retirement in 1989. Among the subjects discussed in this interview are Dr. Dettweiler's personal and professional backgrounds; the Albuquerque medical community and medical facilities of the late 1940s and 1950s; the split within the Albuquerque...
Dates: 1989 June 30

John Joseph Corcoran, Jr. oral history collection

 Collection
Identifier: HHC 90
Scope and Contents This interview surveys the life and career of Dr. J. Joseph Corcoran (1913-1996) of Albuquerque, New Mexico. A specialist in dermatology, Dr. Corcoran came to Albuquerque in 1949 and practiced continuously until his retirement in 1980. Among the subjects discussed in this interview are Dr. Corcoran's personal and professional backgrounds; his extensive World War II experience; his selection of Albuquerque as the site of his practice; the Albuquerque medical community and medical facilities of...
Dates: 1984 September 17

Jose A. Dominguez oral history collection

 Collection
Identifier: HHC 125
Scope and Contents This interview with Dr. Jose A. Dominguez (1909-1999), an osteopathic physician of Taos, New Mexico, focuses on his half-century medical practice in that community. A family practitioner with special interest in obstetrics and surgery, Dr. Dominguez set up his practice in Taos in 1938. Among the subjects discussed in this interview are Dr. Dominguez's personal and professional backgrounds; his medical education at Kirksville College of Osteopathy and Surgery; the focus and economics of his Taos...
Dates: 1983 November 1

Leslie L. Daviet oral history collection

 Collection
Identifier: HHC 120
Scope and Contents This interview with Dr. Leslie L. Daviet (1911-2002), a general medicine/general surgery practitioner of Las Cruces, New Mexico, surveys his life and career. Arriving in Las Cruces in 1937, Dr. Daviet practiced 43 years in that community until his retirement in 1980. Among the subjects discussed in this interview are Dr. Daviet's personal and professional backgrounds; the old-time physicians, especially Drs. Robert McBride and Charles Gerber, and the medical facilities of Las Cruces in the late...
Dates: 1987 October 30

Percy Gillette Cornish III oral history collection

 Collection
Identifier: HHC 117
Scope and Contents This interview with Dr. P.G. Cornish III (1929-1996), a retired general surgeon of Albuquerque, New Mexico, focuses on his father and grandfather, both also surgeons who practiced in Albuquerque. Dr. Cornish, Sr. practiced in Albuquerque from the 1890s until his death in 1932, and Dr. Cornish, Jr. from 1920 until his death in the 1950s.
Dates: 1991 January 11

Ralph P. Brower oral history collection

 Collection
Identifier: HHC 108
Scope and Contents This interview surveys the life and career of Dr. Ralph P. Brower (1920-2007), an osteopathic physician of Belen, New Mexico. After medical education and internship training, Dr. Brower initially arrived in New Mexico in 1951 and practiced 10 years in Vaughn. After a brief tenure in Denver, Dr. Brower returned to New Mexico and established a practice in Belen. Among the subjects discussed in the interview are Dr. Brower's personal and professional backgrounds; the nature of his practice over...
Dates: 1993 July 14

Thomas L. Chiffelle oral history collection

 Collection
Identifier: HHC 115
Scope and Contents This interview with Dr. Thomas L. Chiffelle (1918-2008) focuses on his nearly forty years' association with Albuquerque's Lovelace Clinic. In addition to his own personal and professional background, Dr. Chiffelle comments on Albuquerque medicine and the place of the Lovelace Clinic within it. Among the subjects discussed are the doctors William Randolph Lovelace I, William Randolph Lovelace II, and the other major figures of the Lovelace institution; the friction between the Clinic and the...
Dates: 1985 March 23