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dc.provenanceThe Phil R. Russell, D.O. Collection consists of items donated to Lewis Library by Dr. and Mrs. Phil R. Russell and facsimiles of items transferred to the Sutherland Cranial Teaching Foundation from the UNTHSC Archives.
dc.contributorBroyles, Kathy
dc.creatorRussell, Phil R.
dc.identifier.citationPhil R. Russell, DO Collection, [Box 00005, FLT 4-2, OS 00060, PLQ2 or PLQ6], The University of North Texas Health Science Center, Gibson D. Lewis Library, Archives.
dc.descriptionFinding aid for The Phil Rogers Russell, D.O. Collection
dc.descriptionPhil Rogers Russell, D.O., practiced osteopathic medicine in the state of Texas from his 1917 graduation from the American School of Osteopathy, Kirksville, Missouri, until his death at the age of 80 in 1975. He was a strong supporter of the profession and was instrumental in the establishment and growth of the Fort Worth Osteopathic Hospital and the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine. He won numerous awards and honors from the American Osteopathic Association, the Texas Osteopathic Association, other osteopathic institutions and associations, and civil awards. He was the author of "Quack Doctor", a memoir of his years as an osteopathic physician.
dc.description.abstractThe Phil R. Russell, D.O. Collection consists of speeches, articles, book manuscripts, books, memorabilia, photographs, certificates and awards that Dr. Russell authored or was presented during his lifetime.
dc.format.extent1 box, 2 linear feet, 1 map cabinet drawer, 1 file cabinet drawer
dc.publisherUniversity of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth, Gibson D. Lewis Library
dc.subjectRussell, Phil R.
dc.subjectFort Worth Osteopathic Hospital
dc.subject.meshHospitals, Osteopathic / history
dc.subject.meshOsteopathic Medicine / history
dc.subject.meshOsteopathic Physicians / history
dc.titleThe Phil Rogers Russell, D.O. Collection
dc.typeFinding aid
dcterms.accessRightsThe collection is open for research. The collection is non-circulating and can be viewed by appointment.

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