Author Biographical Info

The Postgraduate Medical Assembly of South Texas functioned as an educational organization for physicians in East and South Texas from its founding in 1932 to its dissolution in 1970. This collection (14 linear feet) was transferred to the Archive from the custodial care of the Houston Academy of Medicine in August, 1978. Betty (Mrs. William H.) Dahme and Jack Mayfield, M.D. were instrumental in securing the collection's transfer. Minutes, programs, membership roles and files related to the Medical Records and Annals constitute the bulk of the collection. See more at https://archives.library.tmc.edu/ic-005.

Publication Date

2019

Keywords

Medical education, Continuing Education, Houston (TX), Postgraduate Medical Assembly of South Texas, financial records, correspondence, journals (periodicals), printed materials (object genre), minutes (administrative records), logs (records)

Abstract

Postgraduate Medical Assembly of South Texas records consists of about 27 boxes and contains correspondence, financial records, issues of Medical Records and Annals, printed material, meeting minutes, memberships, Medical Assembly of South Texas, ink stamps, and registration logs that document the history of the Postgraduate Medical Assembly of South Texas. See more at IC 005.

Comments

This collection (14 linear feet) was transferred to the Archive from the custodial care of the Houston Academy of Medicine in August, 1978. Mrs. William H. Dahme (Betty) and Jack Mayfield, M.D. were instrumental in securing the collection's transfer. No accruals are expected for the collection.

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