Correspondence between Dr. D. Robert Howard and cartoonist Dick Moores regarding the comic strip "Gasoline Alley"

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  • A series of letters between D. Robert Howard, Director of the Duke University Physician Assistant program, and Dick Moores, cartoonist of the Gasoline Alley comic strip between September 1971 and April 1972 discussing Chipper, an ex-military corpsmen, becoming a physician's assistant. Dick Moores' letters are hand-written on stationary that has characters from the Gasoline Alley comic strip as letter head. Some of the first strips are given to Duke University and are used to develop a display. Mr. Moores and his son Bill are invited and attend the Fourth Annual Duke Conference on Physician's Assistants held in April 1972.
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  • Physician Assistant Program Records
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