Arthur W. Proetz Papers
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19.00 linear feet
Arthur Proetz was born in St. Louis in 1888, and died in St. Louis in 1966. He was a graduate of Washington University (1910) and the Washington University Medical School (1912). From 1919-1954 he served as Professor of Clinical Otolayrngology at the Washington University School of Medicine.
The collection is divided into eleven series:
Series 01: Childhood Memorabilia
Series 02: Washington University Memorabilia
Series 03: World War I Memorabilia
Series 04: St. Louis Memorabilia
Series 05: Medical Correspondence and Reprints
Series 06: Personal Correspondence
Series 07: Films By Dr. Proetz
Series 08: Erma Proetz (First Wife) Memorabilia
Series 09: Scrapbooks and Misc. Ephemera
Series 10: Photographs Organized by Subject and Size
Series 11: Oversized Materials
Method of Acquisition
This material was donated to the University Archives.
Processed by Sarah Pabarcus in December 2005.
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- 2021 March 26: Resource record updated in ArchiveSpace by Sarah Schnuriger.
Collecting Area Details
Part of the University Archives Collecting Area
Olin Library, 1 Brookings Drive
St. Louis MO 63130 US