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Varaztad Hovhannes Kazanjian papers

Overview

Correspondence, articles, lectures, drafts, patient records and histories, photographs, models, moulages, and instruments relating to Varaztad Hovhannes Kazanjian's career as a plastic surgeon, professor, and author, as well as his involvement in professional organizations.

Dates

  • 1900-1979, 1984.

Creator

Language of Materials

English

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Extent

221.5 cubic feet (221 record center cartons and 1 letter size document box)
2.5 cubic feet (unprocessed records in 1 records center carton and 2 slide boxes)
The Varaztad Hovhannes Kazanjian papers, 1905-1984 (inclusive), consist primarily of patient records (approximately 90%, by volume), which include photographs, diagrams, films, moulages (casts), models, and instruments, as well as patient histories. Collection also includes drafts of Kazanjian's articles and books as well as materials that relate to his professional and academic life. Kazanjian's correspondence includes an exchange of letters with John Marquis Converse (1909-1981). Reprints of Kazanjian's journal articles can be found in the Harvard Medical School Archives. A portion of Kazanjian's professional library is housed in the National Archives of Plastic Surgery.

Biographical Note

Varaztad Hovhannes Kazanjian (1879-1974), D.M.D., 1905, Harvard Dental School (now the Harvard School of Dental Medicine), Boston, Massachusetts; M.D., 1921, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, was an internationally known pioneer in plastic surgery, specializing in the treatment of numerous congenital and acquired facial deformities. He was Professor of Clinical Oral Surgery at Harvard Medical School from 1922 to 1941 before becoming the School's first Professor of Plastic Surgery. His innovative surgical procedures were recorded in more than 150 journal articles. With John Marquis Converse (1909-1981), he authored the classic plastic surgery textbook, The Surgical Treatment of Facial Injuries.

Varaztad Hovhannes Kazanjian was born on March 18, 1879 in Erzingan (also spelled Erzincan), Turkish Armenia. (On a 1940s U.S. Registration card, Kazanjian identified himself as being from Armenia; the area is now part of Turkey). His parents were Hovhannes Kazanjian, a kazanji, or coppersmith, and Anna (Siroonian) Kazanjian. Most of Kazanjian’s childhood was spent in Sivas (also known as Sebastia), Turkish Armenia. As Ottoman rulers began the anti-Armenian and anti-Christian Hamidian massacres in 1894, fifteen-year-old Kazanjian joined a revolutionary society of Armenians, called the Huncharkists. The group secretly distributed leaflets to Turkish homes, publicizing the Ottomans’ killings of Armenians. To avoid imprisonment for his political activities, Kazanjian escaped with the help of his half-brother, Hagop, first to Marseille, France, and then to the United States 1895 (1, 2).

During most of the next seven years, Kazanjian worked in a wire mill in Worcester, Massachusetts, while attending Worcester night schools and taking correspondence courses. This was to supplement his early education in missionary schools in Turkish Armenia. He became an American citizen in 1900, and he decided to study dentistry. After moving to Boston, Massachusetts, he continued his education at the Boston English High School. In 1902, he was admitted to Harvard Dental School, Boston, Massachusetts, where he first became interested in the treatment of fractured jaws. (At that time such cases, as well as many post-operative and congenital deformities, were treated at the Harvard Dental School clinic).

Upon graduation in 1905, Kazanjian opened a dental practice and began his long teaching association with Harvard as an Assistant in Prosthetic Dentistry. In 1912, Kazanjian became head of that department. His interest in facial injuries increased during his pre-war practice, as he treated hundreds of fractured jaws and developed a specialized knowledge of the construction of unusual appliances for his patients. In 1915, Kazanjian went overseas with the First Harvard Unit to serve with the British Expeditionary Forces in World War I. As the unit's Chief Dental Officer, Kazanjian established the first dental and maxillofacial clinic in France, handling over 3,000 cases of gunshot, shrapnel, and other severe wounds of the face and jaws during the war years. In 1919, in recognition of his service, he was invested as a Companion of the Order of Saint Michael and Saint George at Buckingham Palace, in London, England. He returned to Harvard Dental School as Professor of Military Oral Surgery in 1919 and at the same time enrolled as a student at Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts. He received his M.D. in 1921.

Kazanjian maintained an active surgical practice, treating patients from all over the world. He was head of the combined Plastic Surgery Clinic of the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary and Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, and also served on the staffs of other major Boston and suburban hospitals, including Mount Auburn Hospital, Cambridge, Massachusetts; New England Deaconess Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts; Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts; and Boston City Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts. He was Professor of Clinical Oral Surgery at Harvard from 1922 to 1941, when he was named Harvard Medical School’s first Professor of Plastic Surgery. Kazanjian received many national and international honors, recognizing his 60-year role in the field of plastic surgery. Among them were the Special Honorary Citation of the American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery in 1951; an honorary Doctor of Science degree from Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine, in 1952; the Honor Key Award of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology in 1953; honorary membership in the Chalmers J. Lyons Academy of Oral Surgery at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, and the Society Award of the American Society of Oral Surgeons in 1954; the Special Honorary Award of the American Society of Maxillofacial Surgeons in 1956; the Award of the American Association of Plastic Surgeons in 1959; a New York University Presidential Citation in 1962; and the V.H. Kazanjian Visiting Professorship in Plastic Surgery at New York University Medical Center's Institute of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery, New York, New York, in 1962. Kazanjian became an Honorary Fellow of the British Association of Plastic Surgeons in 1966 and an Honorary Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons in Glasgow, Scotland, in 1967. He was a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, the American Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology, and the American College of Dentists, and a Diplomat and member of the Founders Group of the American Board of Plastic Surgery. He also served as President of the American Association of Plastic Surgeons, the American Society of Maxillofacial Surgery, and the New England Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Kazanjian is also known for creating effective prostheses for Sigmund Freud (1856-1939), who had cancer of the jawbone (3).

Kazanjian’s first marriage was to Sophie Augusta Cuendet in 1912. She died in childbirth in 1919. In 1923, Kazanjian married Marion Victorine Hanford (died 1980), and they had three children: Hélène K. Sargeant, Joan K. Leavitt, and Victor H. Kazanjian (died 1985). Kazanjian died at his home in Belmont, Massachusetts, on October 19, 1974.

1. Centre For Armenian Information and Advice. “Varazdat Kazanjian,” n.d. https://caia.org.uk/varazdat-kazanjian/.

2. Deranian, Hagop Martin. Miracle Man of the Western Front: Dr. Varaztad H. Kazanjian, Pioneer Plastic Surgeon. Worcester, Mass.: Chandler House Press, 2007, p. 2-3.

3. Riaud, Xavier. “Treatment of Sigmund Freud’s Maxillary Jawbone Cancer by Hans Pichler and Varaztad Kazanjian (1856-1939).” Journal of Trauma & Treatment 4, no. 1 (2015).
Biographical / Historical Chronology
Chronology
1879
Born 18 March in Erzingan, Turkish Armenia (now Turkey), to Hovhannes and Anna (Siroonian) Kazanjian
1879
Attended French Jesuit missionary school in Sivas, Turkish Armenia
1893
Moved to Samsun to live with and work for older half-brother; later worked in a post office in Samsun, Turkish Armenia
1895
Emigrated to United States, entering through Ellis Island in October. Lived in Armenian community in Worcester, Massachusetts, took correspondence courses, attended Worcester Evening High School
1900
Became U.S. citizen on 15 October
1902
Attended Boston English High School, Boston, Massachusetts
1902
Admitted to Harvard Dental School, Boston, Massachusetts, Class of 1905
1905
Awarded D.M.D. from Harvard Dental School on 28 June
1905
Established private dental practice in Boston, Massachusetts
1906
Appointed Assistant in Mechanical Dentistry at Harvard Dental School
1907
Appointed Assistant in Prosthetic Dentistry Harvard Dental School
1909
Appointed Demonstrator of Prosthetic Dentistry, Harvard Dental School
1911
Entered second year class (admitted with advanced standing) at Boston University Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts
1912
Appointed Head of the Prosthetic Dentistry Department, Harvard Dental School. Left Boston University Medical School
1912
Married Sophie Augusta Cuendet in Boston on 21 December (she died in Boston, 10 August 1919)
1913
Appointed Head of the Department of Prosthetic Dentistry, Harvard Dental School
1915
Appointed Chief Dental, Harvard Medical Unit, British Expeditionary Force, with rank of Honorary Lieutenant. Served in Camiers, France, at General Hospitals No. 20 and No. 22
1916
Promoted Honorary Major, Land Forces, Royal Army Medical Corps
1918
Appointed Companion of Saint Michael and Saint George, 3 June
1918
Appointed Professor of Military Oral Surgery, Harvard Dental School
1919
Discharged from Royal Army
1919
Invested as Companion of Saint Michael and Saint George by King George V at Buckingham Palace, London, England in May
1919
Returned to United States in May and admitted as third year student to Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, Class of 1921
1919
Rejoined faculty at Harvard Dental School as Professor of Military Oral Surgery
1921
Received M.D. degree. Established private practice in Boston in plastic surgery of face, surgical prosthesis, and oral surgery
1922
Appointed Professor of Clinical Oral Surgery at Harvard
1923
Married Marion Victorine Hanford in New York City, New York on 25 August
1931
Named Surgeon for Plastic Operations at Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary and Special Consultant in Plastic Surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital. (First appointment to M.E.E.I. staff in 1923 and to M.G.H. staff in 1921)
1932
Received Award from Rhode Island State Dental Society
1937
President of American Academy of Dental Science
1940
Served as President of American Association of Plastic Surgeons
1941
Appointed Professor of Plastic Surgery, Harvard Medical School (appointment created for Kazanjian)
1943
Received Alfred E. Fones Medal, Connecticut State Dental Society
1947
Appointed Professor Emeritus of Plastic Surgery, Harvard Medical School
1947
Appointed Guest Lecturer in Oral Surgery, Graduate School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1949
Publication of first edition of The Surgical Treatment of Facial Injuries, co-authored with Dr. John Marquis Converse.
1951
Received Special Honorary Citation of the American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons for his leadership in the organization and development of the specialty of plastic surgery
1951
Appointed Visiting Lecturer in Oral Surgery, Graduate School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania
1952
Awarded Honorary Doctor of Science by Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine
1953
Awarded Honor Key Award of the Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology
1954
Received Society Award of American Society of Oral Surgeons
1954
Awarded Honorary Membership, Chalmers J. Lyons Academy of Oral Surgery, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
1956
Received Honorary Award from American Society of Maxillofacial Surgeons
1956
Awarded Leonard Wood Memorial Medal, Boston City Hospital Alumni Association
1956
Made Honorary Member, Massachusetts Dental Society
1957
Became Honorary Member and received Award from New England Society of Oral Surgeons
1957
Awarded Honorary Membership, Worcester Dental Society
1958
Dr. Aram Roopenian joined the practice of Kazanjian.
1959
Award from American Association of Plastic Surgeons
1959
Publication of Second Edition of The Surgical Treatment of Facial Injuries, co-authored with Dr. John Marquis Converse
1960
Served as first President of New England Society of Plastic Surgeons
1962
Awarded New York University Presidential Citation
1962
V.H. Kazanjian Visiting Professorship in Plastic Surgery established at New York University Medical Center, Institute of Reconstructive Plastic Surgery, New York, New York, by friends and former patients
1964
Retired from private practice
1966
Became Honorary Fellow of British Association of Plastic Surgeons in London, England
1967
Became Honorary Fellow of Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons in Glasgow, Scotland
1967
Honored with Harvard Dental Centennial Award
1972
Received Award of Neal Owens Society for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
1974
Died 19 October at his home in Belmont, Massachusetts. Survived by his wife, Marion H. Kazanjian (d. 1980), and three children, Hélene K. Sargeant, Dr. Joan K. Leavitt, Victor H. Kazanjian (d. 1985), and five grandchildren.

Series and Subseries in the Collection

  1. I. Correspondence, 1915-1979, undated
  2. ___ A. Individual, 1915-1974, undated
  3. ___ B. Third Party, 1916-1976, undated
  4. ___ C. Corporate, 1916-1979, undated
  5. ___ D. Government, 1915-1960, undated
  6. II. Authored Materials, 1911, 1915-1919, 1924-1969, undated
  7. ___ A. Drafts and Galley Proofs of The Surgical Treatment of Facial Injuries, 1st and 2nd editions, undated
  8. ___ B. Contributions to Books, 1916, 1919, 1930, 1937, 1938, 1940, 1942, 1964, 1968, undated
  9. ___ C. Drafts of Journal Articles, 1911, 1916-1965
  10. ___ D. Speeches, 1919, 1930-1962.
  11. ___ E. Unpublished Papers or Unverified Speeches, 1915-1919, 1939, 1952, 1955-1969, undated
  12. ___ F. Academic Lectures, 1943, 1946, 1954, undated
  13. ___ G. Radio Broadcast Scripts, 1939, undated
  14. ___ H. Discussions of Colleagues' Papers, 1931, 1934-1936, 1952, undated
  15. ___ I. Book Reviews Written by Kazanjian, 1924-1957
  16. ___ J. Research Notes, Outlines, and Fragments, circa 1915-1919, 1932, 1948, 1951, 1956, undated
  17. III. Professional and Academic Materials, 1902, 1906-1979, undated
  18. ___ A. Curriculum Vitae, 1959-1972, undated
  19. ___ B. Professional Appointments, 1906-1974.
  20. ___ C. Diplomas, Awards, Honors, 1902, 1918-1921, 1928-1939, 1944, 1951-1976, 1984, undated
  21. ___ D. Certificates of Appreciation, 1918-1921, 1937-1945, 1953-1964, undated
  22. ___ E. Membership Certificates, 1957, undated
  23. ___ F. Programs and Rosters of Professional Societies, 1911, 1913, 1919-1920, 1923, 1928-1968, 1975, undated
  24. ___ G. Agenda of Courses for Graduates, 1929-1932, 1938-1943, undated
  25. ___ H. Obituaries, 1974
  26. ___ I. Printed Articles Regarding Kazanjian, 1914-1919, 1924-1979
  27. ___ J. Miscellaneous, undated
  28. IV. World War I Materials, 1915-1919, 1938-1952, undated
  29. ___ A. Field Hospital Records, 1915-1918, undated
  30. ___ B. Patient Histories, undated.
  31. ___ C. Lantern Slides, undated
  32. ___ D. Moulages, undated
  33. ___E. Plaster Models, undated
  34. ______ 1. Models of World War I patients, undated
  35. ______ 2. Plaster models used in World War I journal articles, undated.
  36. ___ F. Miscellany, 1915-1917, 1919, 1938-1952, undated
  37. ___ G. Case Studies on Poster boards, undated
  38. V. Memorabilia, 1900-1903, 1909-1915, 1917-1976, undated
  39. ___ A. Calling Cards and Address Cards, undated
  40. ___ B. Obituaries of Colleagues, undated
  41. ___ C. Personal Memorabilia, undated
  42. ___ D. High School Materials, 1900-1902
  43. ___ E. Harvard Dental School Materials, 1900-1903, 1909-1915, 1925-1972, undated
  44. ___ F. Glass Negatives of Seventh International Dental Congress, Philadelphia, 1926, 1926
  45. ___ G. Harvard Tercentenary Celebration Materials, 1936
  46. ___ H. Harvard Medical School Class of 1921 Materials, undated
  47. ___ I. Glass Negatives Given to Kazanjian by Dr. George Monks, undated
  48. ___J. Photographs, 1905, 1915, 1917, 1922, 1926-1927, 1929-1931, 1933, 1938, 1941, 1947, 1951-1956, 1958, 1962, 1966-1967, 1970-1971, 1976, undated
  49. ______ 1. Photograph Album, 1926
  50. ______ 2. Photographs of Associates and Colleagues, undated
  51. ______ 3. Photographs of Kazanjian, 1905, 1915, 1917, 1922, 1927, 1929-1931, 1933, 1938, 1941, 1947, 1951-1956, 1958, 1962, 1966-1967, 1970-1971, 1976, undated
  52. ___ K. Newspaper Clippings Scrapbook and Related Records, 1915-1976
  53. VI. Plastic Surgery and Dental Practice Records, 1909-1918, 1920-1961, undated.
  54. ___ A. Dental Practice Records, 1909-1914, undated
  55. ___B. Plastic Surgery Records, circa 1914-1918, 1920-1961, undated
  56. ______ 1. Chronological Listing of Patients, 1945-1957
  57. ______ 2. Miscellaneous Lists of Patients, undated
  58. ______ 3. Statistical Tables, 1923-1930, 1937, 1945-1960
  59. ______ 4. Compilations of Patients by Diagnosis/Operation, 1920-1961
  60. ______ 5. Photographs and Diagrams of Patients by Diagnosis/Operation, undated
  61. ______ 6. Glass Negatives of Patients By Name, undated
  62. ______ 7. Glass Negative of Patients by Diagnosis/Operation, undated
  63. ______ 8. Clinical Slides, 1929-1956
  64. ______ 9. Teaching Films, 1923, 1939, 1941, undated
  65. ______ 10. Instruments, Appliances, and Formula Descriptions, undated
  66. ______ 11. Plaster Models, undated
  67. ______ 12. Special Patient Histories, undated
  68. ______ 13. Osteo-frontal Bone Case Histories, undated
  69. ______ 14. Patient Photographs, undated
  70. ______ 15. Patient Histories, undated
  71. ______ 16. Patient Card Files, 1927-1941, 1958, undated
  72. ______ 17. Case Studies on Poster Boards, circa 1914-1918, undated
  73. Bibliography
  74. Index to Correspondents
Note on patient records: The patient records are alphabetically arranged within the following four sub-sections: "World War I Patients," "Osteo-Frontal Bone Case Histories," "Special Patient Histories," and "Patient Histories." A subject or operation/diagnosis approach to the post World War I patient records is possible with the use of the card file drawers labeled, "Operations, 1922-1962," and folders PS-24 to PS-39, labeled "Compilations of Patients by Diagnosis or Operation, 1920-1961." A chronological approach to some of Kazanjian's patient records is possible by referring to the seven card file drawers labeled, "Patients, 1927-1941, Cases #2-2050," as well as folders PS-9 to PS-21, labeled "Chronological Listing of Patients, 1945-1957."

Immediate Source of Acquisition

The Varaztad H. Kazanjian papers were donated by the Kazanjian family to the National Archives of Plastic Surgery, Center for the History of Medicine, in the Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine.

Digitized Materials

View digitized items from this collection: https://collections.countway.harvard.edu/onview/collections/show/97

Separations

The moulages and plaster models included on this finding aid were transferred to and accessioned by the Warren Anatomical Museum in 2014. These items are presently described in Series IV, Subseries D. Moulages, undated, and Series E. Plaster Models, undated.
  1. Moulages, undated 21472.001-21486.002.
  2. Moulages, undated 21430.001-31442.
  3. Plaster models, undated.

Bibliography

  • 1911 "The Retention of Artificial Dentures," Journal of the Allied Dental Societies, 6:95.
  • 1915 "Prosthetic Restoration of Acquired Deformities of the Superior Maxilla," Journal of Allied Dental Societies, 10:14.
  • 1916
  • ___"Immediate Treatment of Gunshot Fracture of Jaws," British Dental Journal, War Supplement, 37:297 and Journal of the Allied Dental Societies, 12:29
  • ___"Treatment of Maxillary Fractures," British Medical Journal, 1:266 and British Dental Journal, War Supplement, 37:50.
  • 1917
  • ___"The Dentist and the Army," The Mirror (Yearbook of the Senior Class) of the Harvard University Dental School, p. 45.
  • ___"The Department of Oral Surgery of the Harvard Surgical Unit," British Medical Journal 2:3 and British Journal of Dental Science, 60:454
  • ___Five articles in Comunications et Présentations au Congrès Dentaire Interallié, Paris 10-13 November 1916. Compte Rendus, Tomes 1 and 2, Paris.
  • ______"Traitement Précoce des Blessures de la Face et de la Machoire," p. 116.
  • ______"Quelques Problèmes de Prosthese Rélatifs a la Destruction des Os Maxillaires Supérieurs," p. 557.
  • ______"Pont Nasal Artificiel," p. 606.
  • ______"Appareil Destiné à Prévenir la Contraction Cicatricielle des Joues," p. 741.
  • ______"Appareil Universel Externe de Soutien de la Face, du Nex et du Maxillaire," p. 963.
  • ___"Suture des Esquilles Osseuses pour L'Immobilsation des Fractures Étendues du Maxillaire Inférieur," La Restauration Maxillo-Faciale, 1:168.
  • ___(with Harold Burrows) "The Treatment of Haemorrhage Caused by Gunshot Wounds of the Face and Jaws," British Journal of Surgery, War Supplement, 5:126.
  • 1918
  • ___"Some Problems of Prosthesis as a Result of Destruction of the Superior Maxilla," British Dental Journal, 39:26.
  • ___"Splints Combined with Sutures through the Bone for the Immobilization of Extensive Fractures of the Lower Jaw," Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine (Section of Odontology), 11:67.
  • ___(with Harold Burrows) "The Treatment of Gunshot Wounds of the Face Accompanied by Extensive Destructions of the Lower Lip and Mandible," British Journal of Surgery 6:74.
  • ___"Sutures of Osseous Splinters for Fixing Extensive Fractures of the Mandible," Ash's Monthly, (Jul-Aug) 241.
  • ___"The Use of Appliances in the Treatment of Injuries of Soft Parts of the Face and Mouth," La Restauration Maxillo-Faciale, 2:427 and same article in French on p. 345.
  • 1919
  • ___"Early Suturing of Wounds of the Face," Journal of the American Medical Association, 72:626
  • ___"Prosthetic Appliances in Surgical Treatment of Wounds of the Face and Jaws," Journal of the American Medical Association, 73:1265.
  • ___"Wounds of the Face and Jaws," Chapter 10 in A Manual of War Surgery by Seymour Barling and John T. Morrison. London: Oxford University Press.
  • 1920
  • ___"An Analysis of Gunshot Injuries to the Face," International Journal of Orthodontia and Oral Surgery, 6:96.
  • ___"Observation on War Surgery of the Face and Jaws," Dental Cosmos, 62:283.
  • 1921 "Plastic Surgery of the Lip," Journal of the American Medical Association, 77:1959.
  • 1922 "Problems of Prosthetic Restoration Following Injuries of the Face and Jaws," Military Dental Journal, 5:69.
  • 1924 "Surgical Operations as Related to Satisfactory Dentures," Dental Cosmos, 66:387.
  • 1925 "Treatment of Nasal Deformities," Journal of the American Medical Association, 84:177.
  • 1926
  • ___"Immediate Care and Treatment of Traumatic Injuries of the Mandible and Maxilla," The Apollonian, 1:16.
  • ___Two articles in Transactions of the Seventh International Dental Congress, Philadelphia, August 23-27, 1926.
  • ______"Unilateral Deformity of the Mandible," p. 1549.
  • ______"Treatment of Injuries of the Upper Part of the Face," p. 2133.
  • ___"Urgent Treatment of Face and Jaw Injuries," Journal of the American Dental Association, 13:712.
  • 1927 "Treatment of Injuries of the Upper Part of the Face," Journal of the American Dental Association, 14:1607.
  • 1928
  • ___"The Treatment of Postoperative Complications Following the Extraction of Teeth," Dental Cosmos, 70:135.
  • ___"Unilateral Deformity of the Mandible," Journal of the American Dental Association, 15:105.
  • 1929
  • ___"A Method of Locating Broken Dental Needles," The Apollonian, 4:79.
  • ___"Surgery in Relation to Orthodontia," Dental Cosmos, 70:141
  • ___"Tumors of Jaws and Mouth," New England Journal of Medicine, 201:1200.
  • 1930 "Prosthetic Restoration of Deformities of Face and Jaw," Chapter 28 in Prosthetic Dentistry By Ira G. Nichols, St. Louis, C.V. Mosby
  • 1931
  • ___"Surgical and Prosthetic Treatment of Deformities of the Mandible," International Dental Congress, 8th Paris, 2-8 August, 1931, Section 12.
  • ___"Treatment of Acute Infections of the Mouth," The Apollian, 6:24
  • 1932
  • ___"Modern Accomplishments in Dental and Facial Prosthesis," Journal of Dental Research,12:651.
  • ___(with A.T. Rowe and H.A. Young) "Prosthesis of the Mouth and Face," Journal of Dental Research, 12:651.
  • ___"Surgical Treatment of Mandibular Prognathism," International Journal of Orthodontia, Oral Surgery and Radiography, 18:1224
  • 1933
  • ___"Injuries to the Face and Jaws Resulting from Automobile Accidents," Transactions of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology, 38:275
  • ___"Nasal Deformities and Their Repair," Laryngoscope, 43:955.
  • ___"The Treatment of Automobile Injuries of the Face and Jaws," Journal of the American Dental Association, 20:757.
  • 1934
  • ___"Dental Prosthesis in Relation to Facial Reparative Surgery," Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, 59:70.
  • ___"Traumatism of the Face and Jaws with Special Reference to Complications," Journal of American Dental Association, 21:1138.
  • 1935
  • ___"Benign Giant Cell Tumor of the Mandible," The Apollonian, 10:152.
  • ___"Dental Restoration for an Edentulous Patient with Perforation of the Palate," The Apollonian, 10:11
  • ___Discussion of "The Value of Speech Training in Cleft Palate and Other Mouth Conditions," Otolaryngology, 22:594
  • ___"Surgery as an Aid to More Efficient Service with Prosthetic Dentures," Journal of the American Dental Association, 22:566.
  • ___"Surgical Treatment of Dental Root Cysts at the Anterior Part of the Maxilla," The Apollonian, 10:227.
  • 1936
  • ___"Consideration of Abnormalities, Deformities and Pathological Conditions of Edentulous Mouths," International Journal of Orthodontia and Oral Surgery, 22:735.
  • ___"Dentigerous Cysts Involving the Maxillary Sinus," The Apollonian, 11:26.
  • ___"Plastic Surgery of the Face," American Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology Graduate Lecture Conference no. 322.
  • ___"Prosthetic Restoration of Deformities of Face and Jaw," Chapter 28 in Prosthetic Dentistry by Ira G. Nichols. St. Louis, C.V. Mosby.
  • ___"The Repair of Contractures Resulting from Burns," New England Journal of Medicine, 215:1104.
  • ___"Surgical Correction of Deformities of the Jaws and Its Relation to Orthodontia," International Journal of Orthodontia and Oral Surgery, 22:259.
  • ___"Surgical Preparation of the Mouth for Artificial Dentures," Chapter 13 in Essentials of Oral Surgery by Vilray P. Blair, Robert H. Ivy and James B. Brown St. Louis, C.V. Mosby.
  • ___"Surgical Treatment of Deformities of the Mandible," The Apollonian, 11:226.
  • ___"Surgical Treatment of Dental Cysts Involving the Mandible," The Apollonian, 11:154.
  • 1937
  • ___"Book Review: Oral Diagnosis and Treatment Planning by Samuel C. Miller," Harvard Dental Record, 11:7.
  • ___"Deformities of Mandible Following Fracture," The Apollonian, 12:85.
  • ___"Fractures of the Edentulous Mandible," The Apollonian, 12:146.
  • ___"Fractures of the Nasal and Malar Bones," Chapter 35 in Volume 11, Practitioners Library of Medicine and Surgery. New York, D. Appleton Century.
  • ___"Plastic Repair of Deformities about the Lower Part of the Nose Resulting from Loss of Tissue," Transactions of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology, 42:338.
  • ___"Prosthetic Restoration for Large Palatal Defect," The Apollonian, 12:242.
  • ___"The Surgical Treatment of Deformities of the Mandible Resulting from Osteomyelitis," The Apollonian, 12:9.
  • 1938
  • ___"Ankylosis of the Temporomandibular Joint," Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, 67:333.
  • ___"Fractures of the Facial Bones," Chapter 17 in Experience in the Management of Fractures and Dislocations edited by Philip D. Wilson. Philadelphia, J.B Lippincott.
  • ___(with Kurt Thoma) "Fractures of the Facial Bones Including Nasal, Malar and Mandibular Bones," Chapter 21 in The Treatment of Fractures, 11th ed., rev. by Charles L. Scudder, Philadelphia, W.B. Saunders.
  • ___"Large Odontoma of the Mandible with Impacted Lower Third Molar and Alveolar Abscess," The Apollonian, 13:87.
  • ___"Lateral Pressure Splint for the Nose," Archives of Otolaryngology, 27:474.
  • ___"Molar Root in Antrum -Twelve Years' Duration," The Apollonian, 13:25.
  • 1939
  • ___"Book Review: Fractures of the Jaws, 2nd ed. by Robert H. Ivy and Lawrence Curtis," Harvard Dental Record, 13:11.
  • ___"Congenital Absence of the Ramus of the Mandible," Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, 21:761.
  • ___"Jaw Reconstruction," American Journal of Surgery, 43:249.
  • ___"Secondary Deformities in Cleft Palate Patients," Annals of Surgery, 109:442.
  • 1940
  • ___"The Interrelation of Dentistry and Surgery in the Treatment of Deformities of the Face and Jaws," Proceedings of the Dental Centenary Celebration, Baltimore, March 18-20, 1940.
  • ___(with John M. Converse) "Reconstruction after Radical Operation for Osteomyelitis of the Frontal Bone," Archives of Otolaryngology, 31:94.
  • ___"The Surgical Treatment of Abnormalities of the Edentulous Alveolar Processes and the Palate," American Journal of Orthodontics and Oral Surgery, 26:263
  • ___(with Somers H. Sturgis) "Surgical Treatment of Hemiatrophy of the Face," Journal of the American Medical Association, 115:348.
  • ___"Tumors of the Jaws," a chapter in Cancer: A Manual for Practitioners by The Committee on Publication of the Massachusetts Medical Society and the American Society for the Control of Cancer. Boston, Rumford Press.
  • 1941
  • ___"Dental Autonomy: A Policy of Isolation," Journal of the American Dental Association, 28:1671.
  • ___"Interrelation of Dentistry and Surgery in Treatment of the Harelip," American Journal of Orthodontics (Oral Surgery section), 27:10.
  • ___"Primary Care of Facial Wounds," American Journal of Orthodontics (Oral Surgery Section), 27:448.
  • ___"Primary Care of Injuries of the Face and Jaws," Surgery, Gynecology, and Obstetrics, 72:431.
  • ___"Synopsis of Treatment of War Time Injuries of the Face and Jaws," The Apollonian, 15:57.
  • ___"Treatment of Benign Tumors of the Jaws," Journal of the American Dental Association, 28:208.
  • 1942
  • ___(with Moses S. Strock) "Early Treatment of Fractures of the Mandible," Journal of the American Dental Association, 29:76.
  • ___"Immobilization of Wartime, Compound, Comminuted Fractures of the Mandible," American Journal of Orthodontics and Oral Surgery, 28:551
  • ___"An Outline of the Treatment of Extensive Comminuted Fractures of the Mandible," American Journal of Orthodontics and Oral Surgery, 28:265.
  • ___"Primary Treatment of Gunshot Wounds of the Face," Chapter 1 in Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology by the National Research Council. Philadelphia, W.B. Saunders.
  • ___"The Treatment of Congenital Atresia of the Choanae," Annals of Otology, Rhinology and Laryngology, 51:704.
  • 1943
  • ___"Jaw Reconstruction," a chapter in Rehabilitation of the War Injured by William B. Doherty and Dagobert D. Runes. New York, Philosophical Library.
  • ___"Plastic Surgery," Bulletin of the American College of Surgeons, 28:140.
  • ___"Reconstruction of Deformities of the Forehead and the Frontal Bone," Transactions of the Twelfth Annual Meeting of the American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, New York City, October 9, 1943.
  • ___(with Carl W. Waldron and Douglas B. Parker) "Skeletal Fixation in the Treatment of Fractures of the Mandible," Journal of Oral Surgery, 1:59.
  • ___"Synopsis of Treatment of War Time Injuries of the Face and Jaws." American Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology Graduate Lecture Continuous Course No. 54.
  • ___"Treatment of Extensive Loss of the Mandible and Its Surrounding Tissues," Journal of Oral Surgery, 1:30.
  • 1944
  • ___Discussion of "Problems in Reconstructive Treatment of Gunshot Wounds of the Face," by Michael Lewin, Transactions of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology, 49:281.
  • ___"Early Treatment of Gunshot Wounds of the Face and Jaws," Surgery, 15:22.
  • ___(with Edgar M. Holmes) "Reconstruction after Radical Operation for Osteomyelitis of the Frontal Bone," Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, 79:397.
  • ___"Treatment of Deformity from Burns," Connecticut State Medical Journal, 8:661.
  • 1945 "Stenosis of the Oropharynx," Journal of Oral Surgery, 3:164.
  • 1946
  • ___"The Repair of Nasal Defects with the Median Forehead Flap," Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, 83:37.
  • ___"Spontaneous Regeneration of Bone Following Excision of Section of the Mandible," American Journal of Orthodontics and Oral Surgery, 32:242.
  • ___(written with Edgar M. Holmes) "Stenosis of the Nasopharynx and Its Correction," Archives of Otolaryngology, 44:261.
  • ___"Surgical Treatment of Ichthyosis Hystrix," Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery,1:91.
  • ___(written with Richard C. Webster) "The Treatment of Extensive Losses of the Scalp," Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 1:360.
  • 1947
  • ___"Estlander-Abbe Operation in Treating Secondary Harelip Deformities and Defects of the Upper Lip Resulting from Cancer," Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 2:307.
  • ___(with Edgar M. Holmes) "New Rongeur for Removing a Nasal Hump," Archives of Otolaryngology, 45:361.
  • ___"Prosthetic Restoration of Congenital and Acquired Deformities of Hard and Soft Palate," Journal of Oral Surgery, 5:181.
  • ___"Restoration of the Nose, Lip and Maxilla by Surgery and Prosthesis," Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 2:531
  • 1948
  • ___"The Inter-relation of Dentistry and Surgery of the Face and Jaws," Australian Journal of Dentistry, 52:336.
  • ___"Nasal Deformities of Syphilitic Origin," Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 3:517.
  • 1950
  • ___(with Alfred T. Joseph) "Beryllium Granuloma of the Nose," Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 6:156.
  • ___(with Aram Roopenian) "Total Avulsion of the Scalp," New England Journal of Medicine, 242:539.
  • ___"The use of Skin Flaps in the Repair of Facial Deformities," Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 5:337.
  • 1951
  • ___"Book Review: Breast Deformities and Their Repair by Jacques W. Maliniac," New England Journal of Medicine, 245:956.
  • ___"Book Review: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery by Ferris Smith," New England Journal of Medicine, 245:196.
  • ___"Congenital Deformity of the Maxilla and Mandible," Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 7:396.
  • ___"Resection of Tumor of the Mandible and Repair of the Deformity," Journal of Oral Surgery, 9:59.
  • ___"Secondary Deformities of Cleft Palates," Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 8:477.
  • ___"The Treatment of Mandibular Prognathism with Special Reference to Edentulous Patients," Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine and Oral Pathology, 4:680.
  • 1952
  • ___"Bone Transplanting to the Mandible," American Journal of Surgery, 83:633.
  • ___Discussion of "Plastic Surgery Methods. Used in the Treatment of Korean Casualties," by Bernard N. Soderberg, Transactions at Symposium on Military Medicine, Murphy Army Hospital, Waltham, Massachusetts, June 23-23, 1952, p. 277.
  • ___"Fractures of the Nasal Bones," Transactions of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology, 56:565
  • 1953
  • ___"Book Review: Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery by Sidney A. Fox," New England Journal of Medicine, 249:826.
  • ___"Damage to Bones and Soft Tissues," Transactions of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology, 57:873.
  • ___"Repair of Partial Losses of the Scalp," Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 12:325.
  • 1954
  • ___(with Aram Roopenian) "Clinical Experience in the Treatment of Hemangiomata," Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 13:325.
  • ___"The Surgical Treatment of Prognathism," American Journal of Surgery, 87:691.
  • ___(with Aram Roopenian) "The Treatment of Lip Deformities Resulting from Electric Burns," American Journal of Surgery, 88:884.
  • 1955
  • ___"Book Review: Surgery of Hare-Lip and Cleft-Palate by Frantisek Burian," New England Journal of Medicine, 253:623.
  • ___"Advances in Maxillofacial Surgery During the Past Half Century," Journal of Oral Surgery, 13:97.
  • ___"Open-Bite Deformities of the Jaws Surgical Treatment," Fortschritte der Kiefer- und Gesichts-Chirurgie, 2:195.
  • ___"Temporomandibular Joint Ankylosis with Mandibular Retrusion," American Journal of Surgery, 90:905.
  • 1956
  • ___"Bilateral Absence of the Ascending Rami of the Mandible," British Journal of Plastic Surgery, 9:77.
  • ___"Book Review: Fractures of the Facial Skeleton by N.L. Rowe and H.C. Killey," New England Journal of Medicine, 255:725.
  • ___"Mandibular Retrusion with Ankylosis of the Temporomandibular Joint," Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 17:91.
  • ___(with Aram Roopenian) "Median Forehead Flaps in the Repair of Defects of the Nose and Surrounding Areas," Transactions of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology, 60:557.
  • 1957 "Book Review: The Principles and Art of Plastic Surgery by Harold Gillies and D. Ralph Millard, Jr.," New England Journal of Medicine, 257:432.
  • 1958
  • ___"Observations in the Treatment of Deformities and Injuries of the Facial Bones During the Last Fifty Years," Massachusetts Dental Society Journal, 7:9.
  • ___"Surgical Treatment of Congenital Deformities of the Ears," American Journal of Surgery, 95:185.
  • ___(with Edgar M. Holmes) "The Surgical Treatment of Edentulous Prognathic Patients," American Journal of Surgery, 96:833.
  • ___"Treatment of Dermoid Cysts of Nose," Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 21:169.
  • 1959
  • ___(written with Aram Roopenian) "The Repair of Full Thickness Eyelid Defects with Special Reference to Malignant Lesions," Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 24:262.
  • ___(Written with Edger M. Holmes) "Treatment of Median Cleft Lip Associated with Bifid Nose and Hypertelorism," Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 24:582.
  • 1962
  • ___(Written with John M. Converse and Edgar M. Holmes) "Traumatic Injuries of the Face," American Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology Instruction Section Course 317.
  • ___"El Tratamiento Quirurgico de los Grandes Quistes Benignos del Maxilar Superior," Revista de la Asociacion Odontologica, Argentina, 50:420.
  • 1963 (Written with Aram Roopenian) "The Surgical Treatment of Basal Cell Carcinoma of the External Nose." Transactions of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology, 67:37.
  • 1964 "Foreword," in Reconstructive Plastic Surgery by John M. Converse. Philadelphia W.B. Saunders.
  • 1965
  • ___"Remembrance of Things Past," Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 35:5.
  • ___"Tratamiento de las Deformidades Consecutivas a Resecciones en la Cara y la Mandibula," Revista Latino-Americana de Cirurgia Plastica, 9:89.
  • ___"Treatment of Deformities resulting from Resections of Face and Mandible," Revista Latino-Americana de Cirurgia Plastica, 9:98
  • 1966 (Written with John M. Converse) "Comminuted Nasal Fractures," Oral Surgery, 4th ed, by W. Harry Archer. Philadelphia, W.B. Saunders, p. 890.
  • 1968 "Repair of Congenital Defects of the Mandible," Chapter 32 in Cranofacial Anomalies by J.J. Longacre. Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott.
  • 1975 (Written with John M. Converse) "Comminuted Nasal Fractures," Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, 5th ed., by W. Harry Archer. Philadelphia, W.B. Saunders, p. 1319.

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Index To Correspondents

(The "C" prefix has been eliminated from the numbers below which refer only to folders in the Correspondence section of the V.H. Kazanjian Archive.)
Ackerman, Andrew J., 181
Albee, Fred H., 343
Albrecht, F. Kenneth, 836
Allen, Arthur W., 214
Allgöwer, Martin, 35
Altmayer, Jean, 157, 281
Aprile, Humberto, 67
Asplin, Maurice D., 262
Aufricht, Gustave, 119, 419
Backus, Leslie, 119
Bagdoyian, J. Alvin, 283
Balsinger, W.E., 21
Banfield, Ernest E., 241
Benneyan, H.G., 107, 218
Berens, Conrad, 232
Blair, Vilray P., 83, 84, 96, 166, 364, 368, 406, 419, 432
Blocker, Truman G., Jr., 263
Bochat, Robert E., 481
Boyle, Paul, 262
Brigham, Ferdinand, 82, 87, 112, 130, 249, 297, 333, 375, 379, 382, 392, 504
Broadbent, T. Ray, 113
Brooks, John K., 262
Brophy, Truman W., 231
Brown, Floyd T., 21
Brown, James Barrett, 83, 87, 165, 166
Brun, Lucian, 289
Bryan, A.W., 289
Bunnell, Sterling, 165
Burian, Francis, 94, 366
Burrows, Harold, 44, 218
Burwell, Sidney, 213
Cabot, Hugh, 273
Campbell, John W., 162
Campbell, Ross M., 90, 413
Cannon, Bradford, 243, 355, 415, 416, 419, 483, 496, 506
Carney, Ralph L., 415
Castle, William B., 668
Catheron, Robert S., 112, 375, 392, 410, 441, 477
Charron, Ernest, 166
Churchill, Edward D., 213, 263
Chutjian, Berj, 27
Clarkson, Patrick W., 282
Coakley, Walter, 434
Coller, Frederick A., 213, 214
Converse, George M., 45, 82, 270
Converse, John M., 34, 36, 45, 113, 115, 143, 178, 217, 270, 280, 300, 303, 309, 328, 330, 380, 413, 415, 416, 453, 455, 462, 469, 470, 494, 495, 518
Conway, Herbert, 97
Cook, Bruce B., 392
Cope, Oliver, 94, 177
Coughlin, W.T., 406
Crane, Arthur S., 262
Curzin, Louis, 140
Cushing, Harvey, 82, 171
Cushman, Frank H., 18, 42, 45, 300, 333, 392, 410
Dadagian, Andrew J., 14, 47, 95, 96, 286, 303, 439
Daland, Ernest M., 73, 171, 201, 415
Darcissac, Marcel, 45
Davenport, Raeburn R., 392
Davis, Albert D., 330
Dellepiane-Rawson, Roberto, 101
de Martel, Thierry, 82
Deming, Edward G., 438
Demjen, Stefan, 94
Derounian, Arthur A., 59
Dillon, John, 234
Dingman, Reed O., 23, 225, 313, 354
Dodd, George L., 45
Dorrance, George M., 124
Drummond, John, 30
Duchet, Gaston, 89
Dunning, Henry S., 164, 262, 328, 419
Dyce, James M., 171, 289
Eberhart, Warren F., 162
Echendia, L. Rodriguez, 394, 395
Edwards, Benjamin F., 337
Epsteen, Casper M., 282, 413
Erich, John B., 261
Fairbank, Leigh C., 289
Fenton, Ralph A., 171
Fickling, Ben W., 217
Figi, Frederick A., 83, 368, 497
Fillebrown, Thomas, 231
Fitzgibbon, John J., 261
Fox, Carleton, 281
Freud, Sigmund, 335
Fry, Sir William Kelsey, 409, 415
Genest, Armand, 69, 104
Gillies, Harold D., 72, 81, 82, 83, 90, 94, 96, 210, 217, 341, 415, 419, 453
Ginestet, Jean Gustave, 178
Glover, Donald, 263
Golden, Harold M., 21
Goldwyn, Robert M., 355
Goodman, Nye W., 289
Gordon, Sydney, 83
Gorek, Edmond A., 93
Greep, Roy O., 217
Gurney, Charles E., 443
Hall-Best, John, 262
Hamarneh, Sami K., 468, 475, 485
Handlin, Oscar, 224
Harrington, Thomas, 45
Harte, L.P., 455
Hayton-Williams, D.S., 275
Hickey, Maurice J., 23, 106, 225, 282
Holland, Daniel J., 85, 147, 197, 416
Holmes, Edgar M., 300, 399, 481
Hovnanian, August, 429
Howe, Percy, 18, 350, 401
Ivy, Robert H., 84, 87, 93, 94, 96, 176, 231, 263, 289, 311, 368, 393, 411
Jackson, Sumner, 44, 82
James, William Warwick, 146, 358, 408, 409, 415
Joslin, Alan, 82
Kazanjian, Aram, 142
Kazanjian, Haig, 227
Kazanjian, Levon, 227
Kazanjian, Marion H., 467, 469, 472, 476, 481, 483, 489, 492, 503, 507
Kazanjian, Morris N., 241
Kazanjian, Morris N., Jr., 228, 241
Kazanjian, Roupen H., 229
Kazanjian, Sophie C., 493, 501
Keefer, Chester S., 214
Kemper, John W., 30, 263, 282
Keogh, Sir Alfred, 502
Kepes, Joseph D., 113
Kilner, Thomas P., 92, 193, 321, 339, 341
Kiskadden, William S., 21
Leatherman, Gerald, 272
Le Mée, J.M., 82
Lierle, Dean M., 90
Lindenberg, Frederick, 21
Littlejohn, Vernon L., 12
Longacre, Jacob J., 8, 50, 214
Lowell, A. Lawrence, 18, 65, 112, 297, 392, 410
Lucas, George, 289
Lupton, Irving M., 145
Lyons, Chalmers, 164, 419
McCormack, Robert M., 113
McDonald, Maxwell E., 392
McIndoe, Sir Archibald, 415
Makins, Sir George, 45
Maliniac, Jacques W., 181
Maltz, Maxwell, 311
Marcks, Kerwin W., 314
Marino, Hector, 89, 90, 100, 301, 470
Marjerison, Howard, 157
Mayer, David McC., 155
Mesrobian, Armen Z., 283
Millard, D. Ralph, 171
Miner, Leroy M.S., 18, 45, 164, 183, 403
Montenegro, Benedito, 280
Moran, Robert E., 311
Mosher, Harris P., 82, 83, 109, 112, 220, 232, 478, 481, 499, 518
Mowlem, Rainsford, 146
Mugar, Stephen P., 95, 96, 113
Murray, Joseph E., 115
Nagle, Raymond, 90, 91
Najera D., Francisco Castillo, 298
New, Gordon B., 83, 185, 289, 393
Osler, Sir William, 278
Owens, Neal, 62, 319
Padgett, Earl C., 263
Peer, Lyndon A., 93, 115, 331
Penn, Jack, 15
Pichler, Hans, 425
Pickrell, Kenneth L., 113, 237, 252
Pierre, Maurice, 291
Pike, Charles G., 18
Prince, David, 231
Puig, Jose Pedro Cibils, 162
Rees, Thomas D., 95
Ripley, S. Dillon, 468
Rodriguez, Antonio, 337
Rogers, Blair O., 36, 475
Roopenian, Aram, 26, 135, 239, 245
Russell, Ubert C., 441
Saltzman, Z.P., 21
Sargeant, Ernest J., 483
Sargeant, Hélène Kazanjian, 470, 475, 485, 500, 506,
Schall, Leroy A., 84, 201, 220
Sexton, Richard, 419
Shapiro, Harry H., 91, 92, 93, 94, 179
Sheehan, J. Eastman, 393, 406
Skinner, Homer L., 261
Skoog, Tord, 97, 470
Slaughter, Wayne B., 263
Smith, Arthur E., 21
Smith, Charles J., 474, 484, 488, 491, 498, 505
Smith, Eugene H., 18, 43, 65, 112, 339, 379
Smith, Ferris, 85, 86, 265, 419
Sosman, Merrill C., 214
Spencer, Frank C., 509
Steffanoff, Dan N., 373
Steffensen, Wallace H., 72, 316, 321
Stephens, Bernard Maxwell, 44, 217, 415, 473
Stone, James Savage, 18, 153, 329
Strock, Moses S., 150, 158, 262, 456
Straatsma, Clarence R., 6, 30, 90, 155, 181, 185
Sturgis, Somers H., 85
Tanzer, Radford C., 86, 95, 113
Taubenfligel, Victor, 101
Tholen, Emil F., 354
Thoma, Kurt H., 197, 212, 214, 335, 425
Tobey, George, 220
Tregor, Nisson, 187
Troutman, Richard C., 95, 469, 481
Turner, Charles R., 289
Updegraff, Howard, 21
Valadier, A.C., 44, 96, 112, 239
Villain, Georges, 43, 45, 96, 108, 415
Waldron, Carl, 84, 411
Walker, Robert V., 482
Wallace, Robert, 35
Wardill, W.E.M., 339
Watson, Turner, 408
Webster, George V., 87
Webster, Jerome P., 84, 142, 316, 321, 393, 419, 442
Weisberger, David, 458
Wilkinson, Frank C., 409
Wilson, Philip, 481
Wilson, Woodrow, 464
Winter, Leo, 455, 458
Wood, William E., 235
Woods, S.H., Lt. Col., 150, 415
Zinser, Hans, 82
Title
Kazanjian, Varaztad Hovhannes. Papers, 1900-1979, 1984: Finding Aid. H MS c51
Author
Center for the History of Medicine. Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine.
Sponsor
The organization of this archive was supported by the National Archives of Plastic Surgery under the sponsorship of: Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation; American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, Inc.; American Association of Plastic Surgeons; American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, Inc.; American Society of Maxillofacial Surgeons; and the Plastic Surgery Research Council.
EAD ID
med00098

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