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Guide to the Philip Howard Arnot Papers, 1908-1974
MSS 74-11  
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Description
Papers include correspondence, reprints, research materials (including illustration and demonstration materials), high school yearbooks, manuscript notes of medical school (UCSF) lectures.
Background
Philip Howard Arnot was born in Placerville, CA, in February 1894, the son of Nathaniel D. Arnot, superior court judge in El Dorado and Alpine counties, California. He received his secondary education in Placerville, where he graduated from the Eldorado High School in 1912. Dr. Arnot graduated from the University of California Medical School in 1920, and was an intern and resident at University Hospital, 1919-1922. He was a visiting physician in obstetrics and gynecology at the Hospital for Children, chief of obstetrics and gynecology at St. Mary's Hospital, and a consultant in obstetrics at Franklin Hospital. Dr. Arnot was also a clinical professor in obstetrics and gynecology at UCSF. He published frequently on various topics in his field.
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Collection is open for research.