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COLLECTION Identifier: H MS c515

Walter G. Wroblewski physiology laboratory experiments notebook

Content Description

One unpublished volume titled "Physiology Laboratory Experiments by Walter G. Wroblewski, 1928" containing a chronological log of experiments conducted by Walter G. Wroblewski and his laboratory staff consisting of hand-written and type-written protocols, raw and analyzed data, photographic prints, machine readouts, and hand-drawn tables, charts, and illustrations of laboratory equipment and anatomical procedures; includes table of contents and index.


  • 1928


Language of Materials

Materials in English.

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0.4 cubic feet (1 half letter size document box)

Biographical / Historical

Walter G. Wroblewski, Jr. (or Wrobleski) (circa 1936-2016), M.D., University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont was an internal medicine physician in New Hampshire.

Walter G. Wroblewski was born to parents Gladys (Lowkis) Wrobleski and Walter Wrobleski, Sr. The 1940 U.S. Census identified him as white. Wroblewski attended the College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, Massachusetts, and then earned a medical degree from the University of Vermont. His internship and residency were at St. Vincent Hospital, Worcester. After service in the United States Army, Wroblewski began private practice in Nashua, New Hampshire. He was also Chief of Staff at St. Joseph Hospital, Nashua.

Walter Wroblewski married Patricia Sharek. They had five children: Susan Tucker, Debbi Taylor, Kathryn Williamson, Walter Wrobleski III, and William Wrobleski. Wroblewski died in May 2016.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Provenance unknown. Book contains a Tufts College Medical School Department of Physiology stamp.

Processing Information

Processed by Charlotte Lellman in June 2021. Collection was processed according to Level 1 protocol.

Wroblewski, Walter G. Physiology laboratory experiments notebook, 1928: A Finding Aid
Charlotte Lellman
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