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Rolv K. Slungaard Translated Typescript of Adolf Gundersen Diary, 1894-1895, 1994 July
MISC MSS 143
Table of Contents
- Diary of Adolf Gundersen, M. D., from the years of 1894-1895, which includes the chronological accounts of his medical cases. Gundersen was the founder of the Gundersen Clinic of La Crosse, Wisconsin. The diary was translated by Rolv K. Slungaard, M.D., in July of 1994.
- Collection Title
- Rolv K. Slungaard Translated Typescript of Adolf Gundersen Diary, 1894-1895
- Date of Materials
- 1994 July
- Gundersen, Adolf
- Slungaard, Rolv K.
- Call Number
- MISC MSS 143
- 0.02 cubic feet (1 folder)
- Language of Materials
- MISC 15
- La Crosse Public Library Archives
[Identification of item], Rolv K. Slungaard Translated Typescript of Adolf Gundersen Diary, 1894-1895, MISC MSS 143, La Crosse Public Library Archives, La Crosse, WI
Adolph Gundersen was born in 1865 in the Solor region of Hedmark, Norway, He graduated with a medical degree from the Royal University of Oslo in 1890. The following year he left Norway to join his friend, Christian Christensen, M. D., in medical practice at La Crosse, Wisconsin, for one year. Business went well and Gundersen opted to spend his lifetime in La Crosse, raising eight children with his Norwegian born wife Helga. Four of the children joined their father in the first Gundersen Clinic which opened in 1930. The elder Gundersen died in 1938.
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Accession no. 1998.005
Controlled Access Headings
- Gundersen, Adolf
- Medicine--Practice--Wisconsin--La Crosse--Anecdotes
- Physicians--Wisconsin--La Crosse