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Calvert, John

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Calvert begins his interview detailing his upbringing as a son of a Methodist minister and moving frequently. He discusses being active in athletics in medical school and witnessing a paranephretic procedure during a lecture. He describes working throughout medical school preparing media. He also describes his career in Pierce, Nebraska, delivering babies in a rural environment and being active in the community as mayor. Calvert talks about his family and concludes his interview talking about new specialists in rural hospitals.


Transcript of an interview with John Calvert, College of Medicine Class of 1929.


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