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Health and Disease in Saudi Arabia: The ARAMCO Experience 1940s-1990s Volume I

Interviewee(s):
Daggy, Richard
Dooling, Virginia
Eggerman, Bernard J.
Flom, Gordon
Gelpi, Armand P.
Handschin, Richard
McComb, Dorothy
Mustafa, Ahmed
Nicholas, Elinor
Oertley, Patricia
Oertley, Robert
Morgan, Ivor
Perrine, Richard
Taylor, Julius W.
Interviewer(s):
Hicke, Carole
Title:
Health and Disease in Saudi Arabia: The ARAMCO Experience 1940s-1990s Volume I
Abstract:
Recollections of fourteen medical professionals in Saudi Arabia who from the early 1940s through the 1990s participated in a unique program to mitigate and solve not only the health problems of Aramco corporate employees and their dependents, but also those of the local population as well. Supplementary material: correspondence, clippings, writings.
Subject area(s):
Commerce and Industry
Natural Resources, Land Use, and the Environment
Interview date(s):
1996 1997
Project:
Commerce, Industry, and Labor - Individual Interviews
Oskicat record:
b11310499
Rights:
Daggy, Richard, Virginia Dooling, Bernard J. Eggerman, Gordon Flom, Armand P. Gelpi, Richard Handschin, Dorothy McComb, Ahmed Mustafa, Elinor Nicholas, Patricia Oertley, Robert Oertley, Ivor Morgan, Richard Perrine and Julius W. Taylor. "Health and Disease in Saudi Arabia: The ARAMCO Experience 1940s-1990s Volume I." Interview by Carole Hicke in 1996 and 1997. Oral History Center, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, 1998.