[Newspaper clippings about Dr. May Owen's speaking engagements]

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Five newspaper clippings of articles about Dr. May Owen's engagements at the Glenview Hospital dedication, the dedication of the Gulf Coast Medical Center, a Brady High School banquet, a dinner honoring Dr. G. V. Brinley, Sr., and dinner at the Bell County Medical Society.

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5 clippings : ill. ; 20 x 9 cm., and smaller, on paper 28 x 22 cm.

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Fort Worth Star-Telegram {1960-12-06, 1960-12-11, 1961-01-05, 1961-02-22, 1961-05-08}.

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  • Main Title: [Newspaper clippings about Dr. May Owen's speaking engagements]
  • Added Title: Hospital Dedicated
  • Added Title: Dedication of Wharton Medical Center Today
  • Added Title: TMA President To Be Speaker At Brady Fete
  • Added Title: Medical Officials Slated To Attend Brindley Dinner
  • Added Title: Head Of Medical Group To Speak At Bell Session

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Five newspaper clippings of articles about Dr. May Owen's engagements at the Glenview Hospital dedication, the dedication of the Gulf Coast Medical Center, a Brady High School banquet, a dinner honoring Dr. G. V. Brinley, Sr., and dinner at the Bell County Medical Society.

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5 clippings : ill. ; 20 x 9 cm., and smaller, on paper 28 x 22 cm.

Source

  • Fort Worth Star-Telegram, May 8, 1961.
  • Houston Post, December 11, 1960.
  • San Angelo Standard-Times, February 22, 1961.
  • Temple Telegram, January 5, 1961.
  • Temple Telegram, December 6, 1960.

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Rescuing Texas History, 2016

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  • {1960-12-06, 1960-12-11, 1961-01-05, 1961-02-22, 1961-05-08}

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  • December 6, 1960 - May 8, 1961

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  • Feb. 12, 2017, 12:33 a.m.

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  • June 18, 2018, 11:42 a.m.

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Fort Worth Star-Telegram. [Newspaper clippings about Dr. May Owen's speaking engagements], clipping, {1960-12-06, 1960-12-11, 1961-01-05, 1961-02-22, 1961-05-08}; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth830125/: accessed July 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas Medical Association.