Chambers, William Nesbit, 1914-1970
- Existence: 1914 - 1970
William N. Chambers was born in 1914 and began his career at Dartmouth Medical School in 1946 as a teaching fellow in medicine. He received his undergraduate degree from Amherst College in 1936, and his M.D. from Cornell College of Medicine in 1941. Chambers also served in the United States Army Medical Corps for three years, rising from first lieutenant to major and receiving the Bronze Star. At DMS, Chambers rose to the rank of Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine, which was bestowed on him in 1969. He died on January 25, 1970.
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Overview William N. Chambers (1914-1970), associate clinical professor of medicine at Dartmouth Medical School. The papers relate to his career as a member of the Dartmouth Medical School faculty. Included are research papers and notes on heart disease, religion and medicine, the spiritual factors in healing, and psychosomatic illness as well as personal and professional correspondence.