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Register of the Frederick Eberson Papers, 1926?-1930
MSS 30-1  
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Description
Bibliography; manuscript and typescript drafts of medical writings; tables and illustrations; lecture notes.
Background
Frederick Eberson was born in New York, NY on February 10, 1892. He received degrees from College of the City of New York (B.S., 1912), Iowa State College (M.S., 1915), Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons (M.A., 1916, Ph.D., 1918) and the University of Minnesota School of Medicine (M.B., M.D., 1924). Prior to receiving his degree at Iowa State College, he served as an instructor in bacteriology. In 1916-1917 he served as a research bacteriologist in charge of the department of research bacteriology and pathology for the Northern Manchurian Plague Prevention Service in China. During service with the U. S. Army (1917-1919), he was assistant pathologist and bacteriologist at the Rockefeller Institute. From 1919-1921 he was an associate in dermatology and was in charge of the syphilis research laboratory at Washington University Medical School in St. Louis; a similar appointment at the Mayo Clinic occupied Dr. Eberson during 1922-1923.
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Collection is open for research.