Digitized Duke School of Medicine Yearbooks Now Online

1960 AesculapianThe Medical Center Archives is happy to announce that our collection of The Aesculapian, the Duke University School of Medicine yearbook, has been digitized and is now available online. The collection consists of 34 volumes that span more than 60 years of DUMC history, from 1950 to 2013. In addition to portraits of medical and nursing students, the yearbooks also feature photographs of faculty and staff, clubs and organizations, events, and campus buildings. Several volumes include essays on notable events or key figures in the medical center’s history. The collection was digitized by the North Carolina Digital Heritage Center as part of their North Carolina Yearbooks project. In addition to viewing The Aesculapian online, users also may download the volumes as PDFs and search them by keyword. The School of Medicine yearbooks are an excellent resource for anyone interested in DUMC history, and we are excited to offer patrons a new way to access them. To see the collection, visit The Aesculapian page of Digital NC.

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