Esther Pohl Lovejoy papers, 1870-1995  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Cre
Lovejoy, Esther Pohl, 1869-1967
Title
Esther Pohl Lovejoy papers
Dates
1870-1995 (inclusive)
1907-1967 (bulk)
Quantity
5.2 linear feet
Collection Number
2001-011
Summary
Esther Clayson Pohl Lovejoy (1869-1967) was the second woman to graduate from the University of Oregon Medical School in 1894, served as Portland's City Health Officer and with the Red Cross during World War I, led the American Women's Hospital Service, and helped found and served as the first president of the Medical Women's International Association. She was also a prolific writer. This collections documents Dr. Lovejoy's prominent role in advancing the work of women in medicine, as well as her leadership of transnational medical and humanitarian relief organizations. Furthermore, it contains her manuscripts, correspondence, notebooks, and photographs.
Repository
Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
OHSU Historical Collections & Archives
Oregon Health & Science University
3181 SW Sam Jackson Park Rd. MC:LIB
Portland, OR
97239
Telephone: 503-494-5587
hcaref@ohsu.edu
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Languages
English


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Esther Clayson was born in Seabeck, Washington Territory on November 16, 1869. She became the second woman to graduate from the University of Oregon Medical School in 1894. Shortly thereafter, she married classmate Dr. Emil Pohl and began to establish her obstetrics and gynecology practice in Portland. In 1907, she was appointed Portland City Health Officer, the first woman to hold the post in a city of its size. A year later, her 8 year old son, Frederick, died of perforation of the bowels due to impure milk. This tragedy influenced her tenure as Health Officer, during which she installed the city's first school nurse, wrote its first milk ordinance, and established school inspections to ensure detection and prevention of disease. In 1911, her husband Emil contracted spinal meningitis and died in Fairbanks, Alaska. Despite these losses, Lovejoy's commitment to public health, particularly women's health, remained firm. When Esther left the Health Department, she became head of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology in the Portland medical group of Coffey, Sears, Jones, and Joyce. During this period, she married Portland businessman George Lovejoy. Dr. Lovejoy was an outspoken advocate for women, playing an active role in women's suffrage groups and running for Congress in 1920.

Dr. Lovejoy served with the Red Cross in Europe during World War I, where she developed a keen interest in medical relief work with refugees of war. She was appointed chair of the American Women's Hospital Service (AWHS) in 1919 and led the organization until her retirement in 1967. Founded by the Medical Women's National Association, the AWHS sought to advance the work of women in medicine and provide transnational medical relief. In this capacity, she traveled widely to alleviate suffering from war, disaster, famine, revolution, and poverty. Dr. Lovejoy also served as the first president of the Medical Women's International Association, which she helped found in 1919. Her leadership and service to these organizations is commemorated by various monuments erected in her honor: a bust of Dr. Lovejoy stands in the town square of Nikaia, Greece, and a mural with a portrait of Dr. Lovejoy is displayed in the Esther Pohl Lovejoy Hall at the Philippine Medical Women's Association building in Manila.

Dr. Lovejoy was also a prolific writer, publishing her first book, The House of Good Neighbor, in 1919. In it she described her relief work with the Red Cross during World War I. Her next book, Certain Samaritans, documented the complex work of the American Women's Hospitals Service. In 1939 she completed Women Physicians and Surgeons, a monumental task fulfilled by researching archives and searching in attics all over the world. She published her final book, Women Doctors of the World, in 1957. This collection also contains her unpublished autobiography, Saltwater and Sawdust.

Esther Pohl Lovejoy lived without extravagance and worked endless hours. In 1963, four years before her death, she traveled to Alaska, Tokyo, Hong Kong, and Manila. She revisited the University of Oregon Medical School where she had established the Pohl Memorial Scholarship Fund in memory of her first husband and son, saying that she was glad for "the chance to remind the trustees that one third of the scholarships should go to girls." Dr. Lovejoy died at 97 years of age and was buried at the Lone Fir Cemetery in 1967 after a long and successful career.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Esther Pohl Lovejoy papers house the personal and professional records of Dr. Lovejoy. This collection, which dates from 1870 to 1995, consists of manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings, artifacts, publications, and biographical data pertaining to the life and work of Esther Pohl Lovejoy. These papers document Dr. Lovejoy's prominent role in advancing the work of women in medicine, as well as her leadership of transnational medical and humanitarian relief organizations. Additionally, her manuscripts and correspondence provide tremendous insight into Lovejoy's writing process and professional relationships. Dr. Lovejoy's notebooks and photographs offer a rare glimpse into her personal life, allowing us a richer understanding of her life. Researchers interested in the early work of women in medicine, the relationship between medicine and literature, and the work of medical relief organizations will find this collection to be a valuable resource.

The "Service and Education" series, which dates from 1887 to 1980, includes records and photographs documenting Lovejoy's service with the Portland Board of Health, as well as her leadership of the American Women's Hospitals Service and the Medical Women's International Association. This series also contains records pertaining to her work with the Red Cross during World War I and her run for Congress in 1920. Additionally, this series documents her education at the University of Oregon Medical School and her involvement as an alumna.

The "Writings" series, which dates from 1870 to 1979, contains a large number of manuscripts, including her unpublished biography, Saltwater and Sawdust. Also included are published works, short stories, speeches, and essays. This series contains a broad selection of research files, which provide insight into her writings.

The "Correspondence" series, which dates from 1908 to 1995, contains letters between Lovejoy and colleagues, as well as letters from Lovejoy to family members. Letters of particular interest include Lovejoy's correspondence with women's suffrage leader Carrie Chapman Catt and her longstanding correspondence with Bertha Hallam, the first librarian at the University of Oregon Medical School. This series also contains letters to and from Estelle Fraade, Dr. Lovejoy's personal secretary and executrix of her estate. These letters provide detailed biographical information on Dr. Lovejoy and describe Mrs. Fraade's work to preserve Lovejoy's legacy.

The "Personal" series, which dates from 1891 to 1967, contains Dr. Lovejoy's personal and family records, photographs and personal notebooks, as well as copies of her will and obituaries. Of special interest are her personal notebooks, which offer unguarded reminiscences of her personal life and experiences. This series also contains Lovejoy's copies of various poems and stories, including The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam and Rudyard Kipling's "The Islanders."

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

OHSU Historical Collections & Archives (HC&A) is the owner of the original materials and digitized images in our collections, however, the collection may contain materials for which copyright is not held. Patrons are responsible for determining the appropriate use or reuse of materials. Consult with HC&A to determine if we can provide permission for use.

Preferred Citation

Esther Pohl Lovejoy papers, Collection Number 2001-011, Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

I. Service and Education, 1887-1980,   (bulk 1923-1967) Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Ia. Portland Board of Health
1907-1909
Box Folder
1 1
Letter to Lovejoy requesting reports of meningitis cases; Lovejoy's resignation letter
1907 March-1909 March
1 2
Annual and monthly Board of Health reports, typed with handwritten notes
1907 December-1909 June
1 3
Photographs of Esther Pohl Lovejoy and colleagues in Health Department offices
1907
1 4
Reports on Health Department activities and needs, school inspections, and detection of diseases in schools
1908 March-December, undated
9 12
Annual Board of Health report, typed with handwritten notes; copy of letter from Lovejoy to the Mayor and City Council regarding medical school inspections
1908 December 31, undated
1 5
Address and essay on impure milk and infant mortality, drafts and copies of milk ordinance
undated
1 6
Ordinance for the prevention of tuberculosis, address on tuberculosis
undated
Ib. American Women's Hospitals Service
1918-1980; 1923-1978
Box Folder
11 1
American Women's Hospitals Pins, two
circa 1918
10 1
Photographs of Lovejoy visiting American Women's Hospitals and with American Women's Hospitals colleagues
1922-1924, 1928, 1959, undated
1 7
Information and correspondence on medals, decorations, and diplomas; University of Oregon Medical School Library donation receipts
1923 November-1925 August, 1942 September-1943 July, undated
1 8
Assorted photographs of Lovejoy at American Women's Hospitals and with American Women's Hospitals colleagues
1923, 1940, 1966, undated
11 2
Gold Cross, Royal Order of George I, Greece
1923
11 3
War Cross, Greece
1923
11 4
Gold Cross of the Order of the Redeemer, Greece
1924
11 5
Gold Cross of the Order of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem
1925
1 9
Assorted correspondence and publicity regarding American Women's Hospitals, including Lovejoy's resignation letter and letter from Alben W. Barkley
1928, 1937, 1960, 1967, 1978, undated
11 6
Medal of the Royal Order of Saint Sava, Serbia
1928
1 10
American Women's Hospitals Lovejoy memorial pamphlet, copies of Lovejoy's eulogy by Alma Dea Morani
1967
1 11
Correspondence, press release, clippings, pamphlet, and article on unveiling of Lovejoy bust in Greece
1969 June-1970 March, undated
1 12
American Women's Hospitals Service pamphlets, stationary, and registration form
1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, undated
9 13
American Women's Hospitals Reserve Corps pamphlet
undated
1 13
Assorted writings and notes on the American Women's Hospitals Service, typed with handwritten notes
undated
11 7
Fabric for American Women's Hospitals Service armbands
undated
11 8
Grand Commander Cross of the Order of the Redeemer, Greece
undated
11 9
Médaille de la Reconnaissance Francais
undated
11 10
Medal of Service, Comité Américain pour les Régions Dévastées de France (American Committee for Devastated France)
undated
1 14
Photographs of Lovejoy's medals, decorations, and honors
undated
Ic. Medical Women's International Association
1956-1970; 1956-1963
Box Folder
1 15
The Medical Women's International Association Congress Banquet program
1958 July
1 16
Photographs of Lovejoy and colleagues
1956-1958, undated
9 14
The Lady Physician: Friendship bulletin of the Ninth Medical Women's International Association Congress
1963 January 6
1 17
Photographs of the Ninth Congress of the Medical Women's International Association
1962-1963
11 11
Plaque with stand from the Chinese Medical Women's Association
1964 November
1 18
Esther Pohl Lovejoy M.D.: Founder and First President, Medical Women's International Association; two copies
1970
11 12
Desk name plate from the Korean Women's Medical Association
undated
1 19
Medical Women's International Association referendum regarding Lovejoy memorial pamphlet
undated
11 13
Medical Women's International Association Metal Badge Holder Pin
undated
10 2
Photographs of members of the Medical Women's International Association
undated
Id. Other
1887-1959; 1917-1957
Box Folder
11 14
American Medical Women's Association: Elizabeth Blackwell Centennial Medals, two
1951, 1957
1 20
American Red Cross: American Women's Club of Paris Bulletin featuring article on Lovejoy's service
1924 September
1 21
American Red Cross: Correspondence and records; "A Scheme for a Practical School of Social Assistance"
1919 January-April, 1930 March, undated
1 22
American Red Cross: Correspondence, French Red Cross Identification card, newspaper clipping
1917 January-1918 December, undated
11 15
American Red Cross: Medal of the Legion of Honor, France
1923
1 23
American Red Cross: Photographs of Lovejoy and other service members
1918 March, undated
9 15
American Red Cross: Resolutions, Women's War Relief Corps in France; Lovejoy Liberty Loan Rally Posters
1917 December 14-1918
11 16
American Red Cross: White Russian Red Cross Badge
circa 1918
13 6
Lovejoy's diplomas, certificates, and honors
1893-1894, 1923-1928, 1942-1943, 1952, 1954, 1959, undated
1 24
Run for Congress: Biographical information, endorsements, and correspondence
1919-1920, 1924, undated
2 1
Run for Congress: Photographs of Lovejoy and colleagues canvassing for suffrage
undated
2 2
The Medical Women's National Association correspondence and War Service Committee appointment record
1917 June-1919 November
2 3
University of Oregon Medical School: Photographs and information on the Oregon Alumni Club of New York's annual meeting
1957 June, undated
2 4
University of Oregon Medical School: Photographs of Lovejoy receiving honorary degree
undated
10 3
University of Oregon Medical School: Photographs of the Oregon Alumni Club annual meeting
1957 June
2 5
University of Oregon Medical School: Plans and reports of the organization and development of the medical school and other institutions
undated
2 6
University of Oregon Medical School: Wall Prize
1894
9 16
University of Oregon: Petition to the Board of Regents regarding need for a medical department in the university, drafted by State District Judge Mathew P. Deady
1887

II. Writings, 1870-1979,   (bulk 1920-1947) Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
IIa. Books and Manuscripts
1927-1979; 1933-1944
Box Folder
2 7
"A Psychopathic Personality", related correspondence
1928-1929, undated
12
Assorted manuscripts and notes (restricted: extremely fragile)
undated
Folder
2 8
Autobiography chapters one-seven, notes, copyright information, and letter to Estelle Fraade
1943, 1975 December-1979 January, undated
2 9
Autobiography chapters eight-seventeen
undated
2 10
Autobiography chapters eighteen-twenty-seven
undated
2 11
Autobiography chapters twenty-eight-forty-two
undated
2 12
Autobiography chapters eleven-nineteen, computer printed and annotated
undated
2 13
Autobiography: Correspondence regarding publication
1936, 1943 May-1948 June, undated
2 14
Autobiography notes, pamphlet on Seabeck, Washington, copy of "John the Seabeck Mule"
undated
2 15
Autobiography outline, various pages and chapters
undated
2 16
Autobiography, various chapters and note
1936 July, undated
3 1
Autobiography, various chapters
undated
3 2
Autobiography, various chapters
undated
3 3
Autobiography, various chapters
undated
3 4
Autobiography, various chapters
undated
3 5
Autobiography, various chapters
undated
3 6
Autobiography, various pages and chapters
undated
3 7
Autobiography, various pages and chapters
undated
3 8
Autobiography, various pages and chapters
undated
4 1
Autobiography, various pages and chapters
undated
4 2
Autobiography, various pages and chapters
undated
4 3
Autobiography, various pages and chapters
undated
4 4
Autobiography, various pages and chapters
undated
4 5
Autobiography, various pages and chapters
undated
9 17
Autobiography, various pages, typed with handwritten notes; list of book chapters, handwritten
undated
4 6
Certain Samaritans
1933
4 7
Certain Samaritans advertisements and review
1927, undated
5 1
Digital prints of assorted manuscripts and notes
undated
5 2
"Infection and Disinfection"
undated
5 3
Manuscript outlines, excerpts, and pages
undated
5 4
"My Medical School (1890-1894) As I Remember", Saturday Evening Post submission letter
1947 September, undated
5 5
"Sam Oatman Escapes Into His Psychosis"
undated
5 6
"The Luck of Some Women"
undated
5 7
"The Luck of Some Women", typed with handwritten notes (fragile, digital surrogate available)
undated
5 8
The Practical Road to Writing pamphlet, two copies of Rewrite Magazine, related letter
1944 January-February, undated
5 9
Untitled essay (fragile, digital surrogate available)
undated
9 18
Untitled essays
undated
5 10
Untitled manuscript, handwritten
undated
5 11
Untitled manuscript, handwritten
undated
5 12
Untitled manuscript, handwritten
undated
5 13
Untitled manuscript, handwritten
undated
5 14
Untitled manuscript, handwritten
undated
5 15
Untitled manuscript, handwritten
undated
5 16
Untitled manuscript, handwritten
undated
6 1
Untitled manuscript pages and notes
undated
9 19
Untitled manuscript, pages twenty-one to twenty-four, typed with handwritten notes
undated
6 2
Untitled manuscript, typed with handwritten notes
undated
6 3
Untitled manuscript, various pages and notes, typed with handwritten notes
undated
9 20
Untitled manuscript, various pages, typed with handwritten notes
undated
6 4
Women Doctors of the World
1957
9 21
Women Doctors of the World, various pages, typed with handwritten notes
undated
6 5
Women Doctors of the World, various pages, typed with handwritten notes; book release advertisements
undated
6 6
Women Physicians and Surgeons, National and International Organizations: Twenty years with the American Women's Hospitals, a review
1933
6 7
"Women's Big Job is Man -- His Creation, Care, and Preservation"
undated
6 8
Writing contest and fellowship announcements, related letter, and copy of Contest magazine
1942-1944, 1946
IIb. Research Files
1870-1974; 1923-1937
Box Folder
6 9
A Christian Conscience About War
1925
6 10
Bulletin of the Medical Women's National Association
1923 July
6 11
Ciba Symposia: The Medical School of Vienna
1947 June
6 12
Everybody's Magazine
1926 March
13 3
Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper
1870 April 16
6 13
International Number, Women in Medicine, Medical Women's National Association
1937 April
6 14
Journal of the American Medical Women's Association
1951 January
6 15
Journal of the American Medical Women's Association
1960 August
6 16
Journal of the American Medical Women's Association
1965 April
6 17
Journal of the American Medical Women's Association
1967 August
6 18
Journal of the American Medical Women's Association
1969 September
6 19
Liberty: A Weekly for Everybody
1930 February
7 1
Medical Woman's Journal
1943 January
7 2
Medical Woman's Journal, two copies
1944 June
7 3
Men and Milestones in Medicine: One Hundred Years of Medical Education in Oregon
1967
7 4
Old Oregon: University of Oregon Alumni Association
1937 March
7 5
Old Oregon: University of Oregon Alumni Association
1941 May
7 6
Oregon Historical Quarterly
1974 March
7 7
Oregon: Yesterday - Today - Tomorrow, University of Oregon Semi-Centennial 1876-1926
1927 February
7 8
Proceedings of the Washington Pioneer Association for the year 1903-1904, with historical sketch of the organization
1904
7 9
Success: The Human Magazine
1925 March
7 10
Team Work: Near East Relief
1924 June
7 11
The American Work for the Oriental Tragedy
1923
9 22
The Club Woman's Journal
1937 February
7 12
The Forgotten Man - Rediscovered After Fifty Years
1919
7 13
The Service of Old Oregon: A Partial Record of Alumni Achievement, two copies
1924
7 14
The Wide World Magazine
1901 December
9 23
The Woman Citizen
1922 November
7 15
The Woman's Committee, United States Council of National Defense: An Interpretive Report April 21, 1917, to February 27, 1919
1920
7 16
Today's Health
1970 August
7 17
Town Where Time Stood Still: The Story of Seabeck
1958
7 18
University of Oregon Medical Department Eighth Annual Announcement
1894
7 19
University of Oregon Medical School Bulletin, drawing of early University of Oregon Medical School building
1952 July, undated
7 20
Woman's Medical Journal
1918 November
7 21
Woman's Medical Journal
1969 September
13 2
Women's Progressive Weekly and The Argonaut
1913, 1922

III. Correspondence, 1908-1995,   (bulk 1937-1968) Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
7 22
Assorted correspondence including letters to and from Emil Pohl, telegrams regarding son's death, and letter to Lovejoy from Wm. Melvin regarding claim in Alaska
1908 September-1911 June, 1916 November
7 23
Assorted correspondence, including letters from the Circuit Court of Oregon and the American Medical Association
1911, 1923-1931, 1964, undated
7 24
Assorted correspondence regarding Lovejoy's books, including letter from Jane Addams
1919-1924, 1927-1929, 1956, undated
9 24
Letter to Lovejoy from Tomo Inouye, handwritten on painted rice paper scroll
1920 August 17
7 25
Correspondence with family members
1922-1928, undated
8 1
Correspondence regarding Seabeck, Washington
1930, 1936 January-1937 November, 1941 April-1943 April, undated
8 2
Correspondence, advertisements, and reviews relating to various books
1934, 1942, 1947, 1948, undated
8 3
Correspondence with Carrie Chapman Catt, advertisement for Catt's biography
1935 November-1935 December, 1940 October-1940 December, undated
8 4
Correspondence with Estelle Fraade
1937 July-1946 October, 1954, 1958, undated
8 5
Correspondence to and from Bertha Hallam; includes photographs, biographical material on Lovejoy, and donation records
1939 July-1959 August, 1963, 1968, 1975, undated
8 6
Assorted holiday cards
1945, 1948, 1955, 1957, 1966, 1968, undated
8 7
Correspondence regarding the Clayson family; Seabeck, Washington; and biographical information on Lovejoy
1951, 1954, 1957, 1964, undated
8 8
Correspondence regarding preparations for Lovejoy's funeral, photographs of Lovejoy's memorial marker
1967 August-1968 March, undated
8 9
Correspondence regarding publication of Lovejoy's manuscripts, including photographs of Lovejoy
1967-1976, 1994-1995, undated
8 10
Correspondence regarding the selection of a repository for Lovejoy's papers and the records of the American Women's Hospitals Service
1967, 1974 February-1976 January, undated
8 11
Correspondence requesting biographical information on Lovejoy
1978, 1986, 1987, undated
8 12
Poems by Isobel Stevenson, addressed to Miss Fraade
undated
9 25
Letter from Lovejoy to Charlotte Snook regarding travels abroad
undated

IV. Personal, 1891-1977,   (bulk 1931-1967) Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
8 13
Account book
undated
8 14
Assorted poems, handwritten note on traveling third class, list of countries
undated
13 5
Assorted newspaper clippings and photographs
1923, 1927, 1942-1943, 1950-1953, 1969, 1977, undated
8 15
Biographical information on Lovejoy, Edward Clayson, and Fred Clayson
1926, 1938, undated
8 16
Brochure for the Pacific Northwest Student Conference, pamphlet for Queens College Seminars for Adults
1930, 1958
8 17
Copies of Lovejoy's Death Certificate, letter of testamentary, and funeral receipts
1967 August-December, undated
9 26
Clayson genealogy diagram; burial plot report
undated
9 27
Deeds held by Annie Pohl, Edward Clayson, and Lovejoy
1891, 1920 December-1923 January
8 18
Drafts of Lovejoy's obituary by Estelle Fraade, typed with handwritten notes
1967 August 8, undated
8 19
Emil Pohl's Death Certificate
1911 May 11
13 7
Emil Pohl's diploma, licenses, and certificates
1891-1898
9 28
Estelle Fraade's receipt of payment from Lovejoy's estate
1968 May
13 8
Lovejoy's obituaries
1967 August-1968 February
8 20
Lovejoy's obituaries and memorials
1967, 1970, undated
9 29
Lovejoy's Will and Testament, drafts and copies
1963 December 2
8 21
Memorial service cards, Mayfair Chapel; Memorial Service program, St. James' Church
1967 October 29, undated
8 22
Newspaper clippings and journal articles regarding Lovejoy
1928, 1946-1957, 1963, undated
13 4
Newspaper clippings regarding Lovejoy, Oregon cemeteries
1931, 1939, 1944, 1950, 1958-1963, undated
8 23
Notebook with notes on the Pacific Northwest
undated
9 1
"On the Gold Trail, 1849" typed with handwritten notes; book excerpt on the Barbary Pirates
undated
9 2
Personal notebooks, two
1933, undated
13 1
Photograph of Dawson City, Yukon Territory
1899 August
9 3
Photographs of Lovejoy
1933-1934, 1954, 1957, 1962, undated
9 4
Photographs of Lovejoy and family members
1910, 1922-1923, 1957, 1959, undated
10 4
Photographs of Lovejoy and friends; print of the Coffey Clinic and Hospital
undated
10 5
Photographs of Lovejoy, family members, and Seabeck, Washington
1931, 1963, undated
9 5
Photographs of Woodrow Wilson and Anna Howard Shaw
undated
9 6
Photograph negatives of Lovejoy and physiology classroom; Kodachrome transparency of Seabeck, Washington
undated
9 7
Review of Opening a Highway to the Pacific, 1838-1846 by Joseph Schafer, photograph of Oregon Trail Memorial, and handwritten notes on Charles Cotesworth Pinckney
undated
9 8
"The Islanders", typed
undated
9 9
The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, typed
undated
9 10
The Six Best Novels of the World by J.F. Hobbes of the Skagway Literary and Musical Society
1898 January
9 11
Travel brochures, maps of Puget Sound
1930, undated

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Medicine, Military
  • Milk
  • Public Health
  • World War (1914-1918)
  • Corporate Names :
  • American Red Cross
  • American Women's Hospitals
  • Medical Women's International Association
  • Portland (Or.). Department of Health
  • University of Oregon. Medical School
  • Geographical Names :
  • Greece
  • Oregon
  • Oregon--Multnomah County
  • Oregon--Portland
  • Washington (State)--Seabeck
  • Occupations :
  • Physicians
  • Other Creators :
    • Personal Names :
    • Fraade, Estelle (cre)