Dedicate Medical Library at Birmingham.—
The Lawrence Reynolds Library was dedicated at the University of Alabama Medical Center, Birmingham, Feb. 2. Presentation of the collection of rare books and other historical medical items was made by the donor, Dr. Lawrence Reynolds, a native of Alabama now residing in Detroit. Dr. Frank A. Rose Jr., president of the university, accepted the collection on behalf of the Medical College. Dr. Merrill C. Sosman, professor emeritus of Harvard University, gave the principal address. The Reynolds collection has been assembled over the past four decades from all sections of the world. Included are items from the Dr. Arno B. Luckhardt and Daniel Drake collections and original Pasteur letters. There are over 5,000 volumes. The Reynolds Library is the first unit of a proposed million-dollar library which will serve the entire Medical Center.
Dr. Lobitz to Give the Pusey Lecture.—
MEDICAL NEWS. JAMA. 1958;166(11):1339–1345. doi:10.1001/jama.1958.02990110075016
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