|Title||The Montague Lawrence Collection|
|Object Name||Papers, Personal|
|Credit line||Collection of the AAMI - Courtesy of Julie Ingoli|
|Physical characteristics||Boxed documents span 2.5 linear inches.|
|Dates of Creation||1943-1990|
|Access Conditions||Open for research.|
|Copyrights||no known restrictions|
|Scope & Content||
The Montague Lawrence papers date from 1943 to 1990 and measure 2.5 linear inches. The papers are arranged in 1 series: Personal.
The Personal Series (1943 - 1990) documents Dr. Lawrence's career and contains class notes, papers that he wrote, some correspondence, items from his practice including letterhead and memo pads, a few photos, plus a folder of newspaper clippings on Chicago Judge, Duke Slater.
|Biographical History||Dr. Lawrence was born in Mississippi. He attended Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tennessee graduating 8th of the 60 in the class of 1946. He went on to serve as a physician in the U.S. Army leaving circa 1954. He applied for an Iowa medical license in 1954 settling first at the University of Iowa and then moving on to Cedar Rapids. He received advanced training first in surgery and then in cardiology, practicing in Cedar Rapids as a cardiologist. He was Secretary/Treasurer of the Iowa Academy of Surgery in 1968 and President the following year. Dr. Lawrence was married and had two children.|
Box no. __Description________
"Comparison of Wound Healing with and without Dressing." 1952
"An experiment of rehabilitation at the Homer G. Phillip Hospital." 1955
Dance Program, 1946
Prescription Pads, 1990 and undated
United States Army, 1952
Doctors - Army
Lawrence, Dr. Montague
Slater, Frederick "Duke"
Medicine & Doctors