Virgil Francis Payne papers, 1828-1950, 1838-1888 (bulk dates)

Descriptive Summary

Title
Virgil Francis Payne papers, 1828-1950, 1838-1888 (bulk dates)
Creator
Payne, Virgil Francis, 1893-
Extent
.3 cubic feet.
Subjects
Payne, Virgil Frances, 1893-
Brown, Samuel, 1769-1830.
Peter, Robert, 1805-1894.
Transylvania University.--Chemistry Dept.
Transylvania University.--Medical Dept.
American Chemical Society.--Division of the History of Chemistry.
University of Kentucky.
Kentucky School of Medicine (Louisville, Ky.).
Medical education.
Medicine--Study and teaching.
Education--Research.
Research--Kentucky--Lexington.
Chemistry--Research.
Medicine.
Medical colleges--Kentucky--Lexington.
Learned institutions and societies.
Chemistry--Societies, etc.
Educators.
Lexington (Ky.)
Notes
Photoprints
Arrangement
Arranged by accession number.
Finding Aid Author
Processed by: Archives Staff ; machine-readable finding aid created by:Eric Weig
Repository
University of Kentucky

Collection Overview

Biography / History
Professor. Dr. Payne was head of the chemistry department at Transylvania University, Lexington, Ky, 1923-1942. He delivered papers on Dr. Robert Peter and Dr. Samuel Brown, to the Division of History of Chemistry of the American Chemical Society. Both Peter and Brown were members of the medical department faculty at Transylvania in the early nineteenth century. Peter also served on the faculty of the Kentucky School of Medicine in Louisville and as a chemistry professor at Kentucky University (later the University of Kentucky).
Scope and Content
PA50M42: This accession is in Photographic Archives. This collection contains papers and research notes written by Virgil Francis Payne on Dr. Robert Peter and Dr. Samuel Brown, early medical scholars in Kentucky. The collection contains Payne's papers, research notes on the scholars and copies of letters written to Dr. Robert Peter from different correspondents around the country. Also present are photographs of portraits of Peter and Brown.

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