Call Number: PC0173
Meyer, Arthur William, 1873-
Title: Arthur William Meyer photographs
Dates: circa 1899-1938
Language(s): The materials are in English.
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[identification of item], Arthur William Meyer Photographs (PC0173). Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives,
Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.
Arthur William Meyer was a former professor and head of the department of anatomy at Stanford from 1909-1938. He was born
in Cedarburg, Wisconsin and educated at the University of Wisconsin. Meyer earned his medical degree from Johns Hopkins University.
He taught at Johns Hopkins, the University of Minnesota and Northwestern before joining Stanford. Durng WWII, Meyer conducted
research in scurvy at Carnegie Institute.
Meyer met his wife, Esther, while a medical student. They had a son, Robert, and a daughter, Ruth.
Stanford University. School of Medicine--Faculty.
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Medicine--Study and teaching--California --Stanford.
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