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Theodore S. Bell library listing

 Collection
Identifier: KORN333
Collection contains original and use copies of "Bell, Theodore S.-Catalog of Library for his estate."

Dates

  • 1884

Creator

Extent

.10 linear foot

Biographical / Historical

Theodore Stout Bell was born in Fayette County, KY, the son of John Tingley and Rachel Stout Bell. He graduated from Transylvania University in 1832, and came to Louisville shortly thereafter. He was said to have attended the first case of cholera in Louisville. He was a co-editor of the Louisville Medical Journal, and in 1857 was appointed Professor of Theory and Practice of Medicine at the University of Louisville Department of Medicine. During the Civil War he served as the President of the Western Division of the U.S. Sanitary Commission, and had charge of one of the hospitals in Louisville. He continued to practice medicine and teach at UofL until his death.
Title
Theodore S. Bell library listing
Status
Completed
Author
Mary K. Marlatt
Date
2020
Description rules
Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules
Language of description
Undetermined
Script of description
Code for undetermined script
Language of description note
English

Repository Details

Part of the Kornhauser Health Sciences Library Repository

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