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The Pitt County Medical Society has a history going back to 1867 and was given a charter by the North Carolina Medical Society in 1903.
May 6, 2011, (unprocessed) 0.008 cubic feet, 1 item; 1 volume, circa 1897, containing printed constitution and bylaws of the Pitt County Medical Society and "black list" of patients, with holograph additions and notes. Measures 4 1/8" by 6 6/8" and contains 38 pages. Donor: Charles Michael Ramsdell.
Gift of Charles Michael Ramsdell.
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William Cobb Whitfield Papers (#1179), East Carolina Manuscript Collection, J. Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA.
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