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Collection comprises two letters written by Garrison. In the first, he writes to Dr. Lewis S. Pilcher about George Jackson Fisher as a pioneer in medical history. In the second, he responds to Professor Frederic Lee's inquiries after English and/or German translations of the Mount Ebers Papyrus.
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F.L. Pleadwell papers, 1910-1953 and undated 0.3 Linear Feet — 186 Items

U.S. naval surgeon and medical historian. Pleadwell's correspondents include fellow military physicians and medical historians, who write on personal, professional and political matters. Correspondents of note include Arthur W. May, R.C. Munday, Charles Loomis Dana, William W. Keen, Charles Marsh Beadnell, Horace Manchester Brown, J. Chalmers Da Costa, Henry Barton Jacobs, Francis R. Packard, D'Arcy Power, Arturo Castiglioni, Fielding H. Garrison, and Henry E. Sigerist. A complete list of correspondents is available in the collection. Acquired as part of the History of Medicine Collections at Duke University.

Collection dates from 1910-1953 and are chiefly made up of letters sent to Pleadwell. Correspondents include fellow military physicians and medical historians, who write on personal, professional and political matters. Letters during the time of both World Wars mention his role in the Army in Europe in World War I, and events in Hawaii, where he lived, and Europe during World War II. Correspondents of note include Arthur W. May, R.C. Munday, Charles Loomis Dana, William W. Keen, Charles Marsh Beadnell, Horace Manchester Brown, J. Chalmers Da Costa, Henry Barton Jacobs, Francis R. Packard, D'Arcy Power, Arturo Castiglioni, Fielding H. Garrison, and Henry E. Sigerist. A complete list of correspondents is available in the collection.

Forms part of the Trent Manuscripts Collection and was acquired as part of the History of Medicine Collections at Duke University.