Altvater graduated from Duke University (A.B., 1930 and M.A., 1932). He earned a certificate in hospital administration in 1933. An original member of the faculty, held the position of the superintendent of Duke Hospital from 1930 to 1946.
Chambers graduated from Duke University (B.S. 1944) and the School of Medicine (M.D. 1945). He was a member of the Duke Hospital house staff and a fellow in the Department of Pathology from 1944 to 1945.
J. Lamar Callaway graduated from Duke University School of Medicine in 1932. Callaway, Wiley D. Forbus, Mary A. Poston, Edward Orgain, Douglas Sprunt, William Schulze, and Elbert Persons are assembled in a Duke Hospital meeting room.
Uniformed nurses and servicemen of the 65th General Hospital awaiting embarkation for overseas duties. The idea for a Duke hospital army unit was born in October 1940, the brainchild of Wilburt C. Davison, then dean of the Duke University School...
Nicholson, a graduate of Duke University (A.B., 1927) became chief of the metabolism clinic (1940-1955) and dean of continuing medical education (1949-1968). His research interests were in metabolic diseases, particularly the treatment of diabetes.