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Oral history of Elbridge Best
Schindler, Dr. Meyer
Best, Elbridge
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UC San Francisco, Library, Special Collections
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Oral history interview with Elbridge Best. Best graduated from the University of California Medical School in 1911 and later joined the UCSF faculty. He served in World War I at Base Hospital 30, the primary base for healthcare providers mobilized from the University of California. The reel indicates that much of the interview concerns his service in the First World War.
1/4 inch audio tape
1 Tape of 1
OH 30
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