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|Title: ||A Centennial celebration : 100 years of creating a healthier future for animals and people|
|Authors: ||Fontana, Elizabeth A.|
|Keywords: ||Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine--History.|
Veterinary medicine--New York (State)--History
Veterinary colleges--New York (State)--History.
|Issue Date: ||1980|
|Publisher: ||Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine|
|Abstract: ||Contents: Forward (Robert D. Phemister); The Early Years 1868 to 1894:The First Professor, Law's Vision Fulfilled. ; The New College 1894 to 1931: Original Faculty, An Attempted Merger, The Second Generation. ; The Hagan Years 1932 to 1959: Research and Service Programs Expand, A New Veterinary Campus. ; In Full Stride 1960 to 1994: Departments and Service Units Evolve, The Gender Shift, Milestones for Companion Animals, One Medicine Initiatives, Facilities and a Curriculum for the Twenty-first Century, Second Century. Acknowledgements.|
|Description: ||52 p. : illus., ports. ; 29 cm.|
|Appears in Collections:||History of the College of Veterinary Medicine|
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