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Alumni Association of the Medical College of Virginia
x, 194 pages: portraits; 24 cm
William T. Sanger (1885-1975) narrates his rise as president, then chancellor, of the Medical College of Virginia (MCV). This autobiography details Sanger’s early childhood, admission to college, early career, and presidency of MCV. Through Sanger’s recollections, As I Remember serves both as a personal memoir and a history of MCV and medical education in Virginia.
Includes bibliographical references.
Publication date: 1971 [©1972]
Medical education -- Southern States
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Medical College of Virginia -- History
Education, Medical -- Virginia -- reminiscences
Physicians -- Virginia -- biography
Medical College of Virginia, MCV, William T. Sanger, medical schools, physicians
Higher Education | Medical Education
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Sanger, William T. 1972. As I remember. [Richmond]: [Alumni Assn. of the Medical College of Virginia].