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Robert J. Emery, DrPH papers

[Black and white image of UT School of Public Health building, from the Catalog, 1993-1995, p.158, IC 013 UT School of Public Health records, McGovern Historical Center, Texas Medical Center Library}

Newly acquired! A collection of papers from Robert J. Emery, DrPH have recently been acquired—and processed—by the McGovern Historical Center. A finding aid is available at and the papers are available for research. Dr. Robert J. Emery is Vice President of Safety, Health, Environment & Risk Management at UTHealth and Faculty at the School… Continue Reading Robert J. Emery, DrPH papers […]

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UT Speech and Hearing Institute Brochures, 1972 or later, IC 012, McGovern Historical Center, TMC Library

by Matt Richardson, Archivist and Special Collections Librarian  The University of Texas has played a defining role in the Texas Medical Center ever since its founding. And the modern incarnation of its Houston footprint—the University of Texas Health Science Center, or UTHealth–is celebrating its 50th anniversary, having been formed in 1972. One of the ways… Continue Reading UT x 3 […]

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Mad for Mading: A Glimpse Into the Past of Public Health

Snapshot of books on shelf from Mading Collection

Keya Gokhale Special Collections Intern Are you a current public health student or researcher? Do you just love old books? Come check out the Mading collection at the McGovern Historical Center! It is a one-stop shop for information regarding the worldwide history of public health. It has works dating back as far as 1767, all… Continue Reading Mad for Mading: A Glimpse Into the Past of Public Health […]

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Public Health and Christmas Seals

by Alethea Drexler, archives assistant You know I never pass up an opportunity to scan something. We received an image request early this week that sent me scurrying off to look into Institutional Collection 34, the San Jacinto Lung Association[1], a collection with which I had never before had occasion to work.  Oh, my. … Continue Reading Public Health and Christmas Seals […]

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