William L. Funkhouser, Jr. papers
Scope and Content
These papers consist of correspondence and military service records of William L. Funkhouser of Atlanta, Georgia.
- 1899-1945, undated
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This collection is open for research.
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William L. Funkhouser, Jr., D.D.S. was a major in the United States Army, and served as Chief of Operative Dentistry of the 43rd General Hospital, a unit organized at Emory University during World War I. The 43rd was demobilized after the war and became affiliated with the Emory University School of Medicine in 1940. In September, 1942, the unit was reactivated again at Camp Livingston, Louisiana. During their service in World War II, hospital personnel treated more than 16,000 patients at positions in North African, Italy, and France. The unit has been inactive since November, 1968.
0.6 linear ft. (1 half document case, 1 oversize box)
Immediate Source of Acquisition
- William L. Funkhouser papers
- Paul Crater
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- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
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- Finding aid is written in English.