Gustave A. DaLuiso Medical School Lecture Notes
Collection — Multiple Containers
Handwritten lecture notes and drawings created by University of Buffalo Medical School student, 1927-1929.
- DaLusio, Gustave A., Dr. (Person)
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The Gustave A. DaLuiso Medical School Lecture notes, 1933-1934 is/are open to researchers.
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1.5 Linear Feet (3 flat boxes)
Dr. DaLuiso was born in Italy in 1905 and came to the United States when he was two years old. He grew up in Buffalo where he attended Hutchinson Central High School. A champion swimmer in high school, his team swam in exhibitions under the direction of Johnny Weissmuller. After graduating from the UB Medical School in 1931 he began a long association with Our Lady of Victory Hospital where he was chief of ophthalmology. He died in 1993.
The original chronological order has been retained. The material was removed from binders, all leaves, including blank pages, were numbered consecutively.
Gift of Paula and Richard Hanes-Setter, April 2004, after they purchased the material at the sale of personal effects of Florence DaLuiso, widow of Gustave DaLuiso in April 2004.
Finding aid processed by John Edens, April 2004. Finding aid encoded by Sarah Bailey, April 2018.
- Finding Aid for Gustave A. DaLuiso Medical School Lecture Notes
- Finding aid processed by John Edens, April 2004. Finding aid encoded by Sarah Bailey, April 2018.
- April 2004
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