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Frank N. Wilson papers

Identifier: KORN210

This material consists of typewritten notes on or for his lectures on electrocardiography at the University of Michigan around 1947. There are more than 250 pages of typed notes and perhaps 1,000 illustrations on a separate reel.


  • 1947


.25 linear foot

Biographical / Historical

Frank Wilson studied at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, first graduating with a bachelor of Science degree in 1911, later graduating with a medical degree in 1913 from the same university. He was a pioneer in the refinement of electrocardiography, and modern understanding of the electrocardiogram is due to the lifelong research and teaching of Dr. Wilson.

  • Cardiology Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
  • Physicians Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Frank N. Wilson papers
Sherrill Redmon
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