Oral History Interview with Dr. Earl Trevathan

Oral History Interview with Dr. Earl Trevathan
Dr. Earl Trevathon was a pediatrician in Greenville, North Carolina. In this interview, Dr. Trevathan discusses the history of health care in eastern North Carolina, the difficulties that arose when East Carolina University first attempted to create the medical school, and how general health care has advanced in the last fifty years. Topics mentioned in this interview are relevant to the years 1954 to 2001. Approximately 84 minutes.
November 06, 2001
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oral histories
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Laupus Library History Collections
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