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Callender, Clive O., 1936-

 Person

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Dr. Clive Callender interview index, 2018-06-16

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Identifier:  dcpl_dcohc_008_02_ind
Scope and Contents

Dr. Clive Callender discusses his childhood in New York, New York, his calling to the medical profession from a young age, surviving Tuberculosis as a teen, serving as a medical missionary, his experiences at Asbury United Methodist Church and how the church fits into Washington, D.C. history, his membership in the Evangel Choir and his vocal career, his connections with the city, and his career as a transplant surgeon.

Dates: Other: 2018-06-16

Dr. Clive Callender interview part 1, 2018-06-16

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Identifier: dcpl_dcohc_008_02
Scope and Contents

Dr. Clive Callender discusses his childhood in New York, New York, his calling to the medical profession from a young age, surviving Tuberculosis as a teen, serving as a medical missionary, his experiences at Asbury United Methodist Church and how the church fits into Washington, D.C. history, his membership in the Evangel Choir and his vocal career, his connections with the city, and his career as a transplant surgeon.

Dates: Other: 2018-06-16

Dr. Clive Callender interview part 2, 2018-06-16

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Identifier: dcpl_dcohc_008_02
Scope and Contents

Dr. Clive Callender discusses his childhood in New York, New York, his calling to the medical profession from a young age, surviving Tuberculosis as a teen, serving as a medical missionary, his experiences at Asbury United Methodist Church and how the church fits into Washington, D.C. history, his membership in the Evangel Choir and his vocal career, his connections with the city, and his career as a transplant surgeon.

Dates: Other: 2018-06-16

Dr. Clive Callender interview transcript, 2018-06-16

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Identifier: dcpl_dcohc_008_02_tra
Scope and Contents

Dr. Clive Callender discusses his childhood in New York, New York, his calling to the medical profession from a young age, surviving Tuberculosis as a teen, serving as a medical missionary, his experiences at Asbury United Methodist Church and how the church fits into Washington, D.C. history, his membership in the Evangel Choir and his vocal career, his connections with the city, and his career as a transplant surgeon.

Dates: Other: 2018-06-16

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