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In honor of National Medical Librarians Month, we’d like to share with you a brief biographical sketch we uncovered in the May 1968 issue of the Bulletin of the History of Medicine on Dr. George M. Gould, first president of the Medical Library Association.

Article author Marjorie Wannarka begins, “Relatively little has been published about the prolific medical writer and editor, Dr. George Milbry Gould…”

Continue reading the full-text here with our compliments, or access the article in Periodicals Archive Online (an institutional subscription is needed to use this link).

[Image: Introductory Suggestions to the Association of Medical Librarians at the Meeting for Organizing the Association, held in Philadelphia, May 2,1898. "The Work of an Association of Medical Librarians." Copyright Medical Library Association. Geo. M. Gould, Med Lib. 1898 May; 1(4): 15–19. PMCID:PMC2047412.]

15 Oct 2014

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