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Alexander Dougall Blackader Fonds
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- Blackader, A. D.
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26 cm of textual records and photographs.
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A.D. Blackader joined the staff of the Faculty of Medicine of McGill University in 1882 as Instructor in Diseases of Children. Subsequently he was Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics (1892-1894), Pharmacology and Therapeutics (1895-1921), Diseases of Children (1906-1921) and Pediatrics (1912-1921). He was acting Dean of the Faculty (1915-1918) and Emeritus Professor of Pharmacology (1921-1932).
Acc. 407: Presented to the Medical Library of McGill University by Dr. Blackader in 1915. Acc. 604: Gift of Miss Barbara Kemp, granddaughter of Dr. A.D. Blackader, 16 and 23 March 1978. Old accession numbers 407 and 604.
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The fonds documents A.D. Blackader's personal and professional life. The fonds contains correspondence, diaries, autobiographical notes, papers and lectures, certificates, diplomas, testimonials, article reprints, photographs, and some memorabilia.
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The documents are in English
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