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Dr. Alleyne, an alumna of the University of Louisville, attended the Louisville Municipal College. She was the first Black woman to graduate from the University of Louisville Medical School. This is a recording of a speech by Dr. Alleyne at a school; she discusses why LMC graduates are attracted from all parts of the country to attend reunions.
After fifty years of employment in the Department of Biochemistry at the School of Medicine of the University of Louisville, Jones discusses his recollections of growing up in New Orleans, Louisiana, moving to Louisville during the 1930s.
Dr. Keeney discusses the years of his deanship at the University of Louisville's School of Medicine.
Dr. Keeney discusses his childhood; his education at the College of William and Mary (B.S. 1941) and the University of Louisville (M.D. 1944); his internship at Louisville General Hospital (1944-1945); military service; private medical practice in Louisvi
Keller discusses his father's medical practice in Louisville's Portland neighborhood; his student days in the College of Arts and Sciences (B.A. 1930) and the School of Medicine of the University of Louisville (M.D. 1931); his internship at the Louisville City Hospital; Dr. John Walker Moore, Dean of the School of Medicine from 1929 1949; his residency in psychiatry at John Hopkins University and in New York City; and his career as a faculty member in the Department of Psychiatry of the University of Louisville.
Dr. Overstreet (M.D. 1923) discusses life in the medical school at the University of Louisville from 1919 to 1923, his residency at Louisville City Hospital during the mid-1920s, and experiences in over fifty years of medical practice in Louisville.