Diary of a Columbia Veterinary College Student 1882-1884
Smith, Donald F.
The diary of William Henry Gribble, DVS (1857-1944) provides of a glimpse into a period in the history of veterinary medicine when veterinary medical education was almost totally the provenance of private colleges in Toronto, Chicago, New York and other large cities. Dr. Gribble was a veterinary student at the Columbia Veterinary College in New York City from 1882-1884.
Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
History of Veterinary Medicine; Columbia Veterinary College; American Veterinary College; Cornell University; Gribble, Henry William; Widger, Bruce; New York City Veterinary Colleges; Private Veterinary Colleges; Oral History; Veterinary Colleges in the United States
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