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School of medicine class of 1955: 25th reunion
Date Created and/or Issued
May 31, 1980
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Digital resource published by the Regents of the University of California
Contributing Institution
UC San Francisco, Library, University Archives
UCSF History Collection
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Scope/Content: First row, left to right: Robert Bond, Captane Thomson, Gerald Monpere, Samuel Leavitt, Charles Jacobson, Kenneth Bleixer, Robert Brown, John Kern, John Mazzzeti, Samuel Wayne, Andrew Mirov. Second row, left to right: RichardSvihus, Jay Ricklin, Irwin Kempler, Joshua Golden, John Ross, Kinman Gong, Neal Blumenfeld, Alvin Rutner, Robert MacGregor, George Caesar, Richard Freebairn, Hiroshi Yamauchi, Rolland Lowe, Hubert Marcus. Third row, left to right: Robert Luckey, Dallas Paden, Edward Strisower, Charles Borgia, Chris Manitsas, Leon Sones, Selwyn Bleixer, Wallace Sampson, Thomas Halversen, Harvey Gonick, Donald Miller, William Junkert, Jr., Thomas Daane, Kenneth Bonilla, Frank Andreasen, Saul Sanders, Robert O'Reilly, David Furnas, Leland Harris
Photographic print
Medical students
Photograph collection, school of dentistry

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