John Goodrich Henry papers
The papers of John Goodrich Henry contain letters to his wife, while serving as a physician in Ely and West Fairlee, Vermont. Includes a description of the strike and riots at the Vermont Copper Mining Company in 1883. Collection also includes photographs of Henry and his wife, Lola Manser Henry, and an article (unpublished?) by Ruth Henry Hubbard entitled "Pills, pukes, and poultices : a doctor's eyeview of life in a small Vermont village in the early 1880s."
- 1880 - 1883
- Henry, John Goodrich, 1858-1941 (Person)
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Permission from Dartmouth College required for publication or reproduction.
.5 linear ft. (1 box)
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John Goodrich Henry (1858-1941), physician. Dartmouth College Medical School Class of 1881. The collection includes letters to his wife, while serving as a physician in Ely and West Fairlee, Vermont, as well as a photograph of Henry and his wife, Lola Manser Henry, and an article (unpublished?) by Ruth Henry Hubbard.
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