Series 5 - University of Cambridge and World War II

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UTA 1791-5

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University of Cambridge and World War II

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  • 1936-1945 (Creation)

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0.65 m of textual and graphic record, publications, and architectural records

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(1909-1993)

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Following graduation in medicine from the University of Toronto, Dr. Solandt decided to embark on a career of clinical research in cardiology, using the Ellen Mickle Scholarship. He spent three academic terms in 1936-1937 at the University of Cambridge under the tutilege of Dr. Alan N. Drury, a distinguished researcher in the field of experimental pathology and one of Britain

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For a detailed listing of this series, see Appendix 5 in Finding Aid Inventory.

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