Bartlett, Agnes Vernon, 1911-1990
- Existence: 1911 - 1990
Agnes Vernon Bartlett was born March 18, 1911, in Kyoto, Japan. She attended Bradford Junior College and Mt. Holyoke College, receiving her A. B. degree in 1934. In 1938, she received her M. D. degree from Yale University School of Medicine, and completed her internship and residencies at Massachusetts Memorial Hospitals in Boston. From 1944-1945, Bartlett served as a physician, and later as principal medical officer in the War Relocation Authority Centers at Poston, Arizona, and Manzanar, California. From 1948-1950, Bartlett was a Clinical Assistant in Pharmacology (Anesthesia) at Dartmouth Medical School. She returned to the Medical School in 1964, after several years of private practice. In 1971 Bartlett was named Assistant Professor of Clinical Surgery. She retired in 1976. Bartlett also served as a trustee of Brookhaven Home for Boys in Chelsea, VT. Bartlett died on August 7, 1990, in Hanover, NH.
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Agnes Donald Gordon, missionary. Born 1853. M. Lafayette Gordon, physician, medical missionary, professor of Theology. Born 1843. The papers of Agnes and M. Lafayette Gordon contain personal and professional correspondence, financial and legal papers, address books, writings, a diary, notebooks, pamphlets, and clippings documenting the Gordon's missionary work and life in both Japan for the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, and in Massachusetts, and M. Lafayette Gordon's...
Overview Agnes Vernon Bartlett, physician and medical officer for the United States War Relocation Authority (WRA) during WWII. Professor of Clinical Surgery at Dartmouth Medical School. Contains correspondence, essays, war ration books, memos, meeting minutes, pay slips, travel forms, reports, a speech, booklets, programs, newsletters, newspapers, publications, clippings, ephemera, and photographs related to Bartlett's service with the WRA and as a trustee of the Brookhaven Home for Boys.
Overview H. Frances Parmelee, Congregational missionary in Japan. Born May 13, 1852. Documents her lifelong missionary work, interest in the work of the Women’s Christian Temperance Union and in the political maneuverings within the Mission. Died circa 1933.