Veterinary Conference File, 1920-68 | University of Illinois Archives
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Veterinary Conference File, including manuscript, printed and carbon copies of programs, speeches, press releases, attendance records, proceedings, minutes, lists of expenditures and material pertaining to conference plans. The 1940 material contains photographs of the participants of the conference and demonstration operations. The veterinary conferences are for graduate veterinarians and were formed to present the latest developments of greatest interest to practitioners through lectures, demonstrations and reports of different techniques in the treatment of animals.
The correspondence from 1920-56 is to and from the Chief of Animal Pathology and Hygiene, Dr. Robert Graham and after 1956, Dr. Carl Alfred Brandly, Dean of the Veterinary Medicine School. Correspondents include Dr. H. P. Rusk, D. J. Davis, J. Howard Beard and N. Mayo.