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De Morbis Acutis et Chronicis, by Caelius Aurelianus (fl. 5th century) is believed to be based on the Greek originals by Soranus of Ephesus. The 1709 edition in the Flax Collection was edited by Johann Conrad Amman with Theodoor Jansson Almeloveen.
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University College of Medicine, Doctor of Medicine
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Medical College of Virginia, Doctor of Medicine
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Medical College of Virginia, School of Nursing at the Memorial Hospital
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Virginia Hospital Training School for Nurses, Graduate Nurse
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Hampden-Sydney College, Doctor of Medicine
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Medical College of Virginia, Doctor of Medicine
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Medical College of Virginia, Doctor of Dental Surgery
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St. Luke's Home for the Sick, Training School for Nurses
Sarah B. Harvie diploma

Unites States of America, Naval commission as surgeon's mate; signed by President James Monroe

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Medical College of Virginia diploma, Doctor of Dental Surgery
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Old Dominion Hospital Training School for Nurses; bears the signature of Sadie Heath Cabaniss.
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Virginia Nurses' Board of Examiners certificate; bears signature of Sadie Heath Cabaniss
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Medical College of Virginia diploma, Doctor of Medicine
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University College of Medicine, Doctor of Medicine (1906); Medical College of Virginia, certificate stating Raiford graduated from the University College of Medicine (1947)
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Memorial Hospital Training School for Nurses, diploma; Virginia Nurses' board of Examiners certificate, signed by Sadie Heath Cabaniss.
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Virginia Board of Pharmacy certificate

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Medical College of Virginia, Bachelor of Science in Nursing Education.
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Virginia Nurses' Board of Examiners certificate, signed by Sadie Heath Cabaniss.

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Pollak's book about her role in the development of VCU's School of the Arts, from its humble beginnings at the Richmond Division of the College of William and Mary to its present-day success as a prominent art school. Published by the VCU School of…
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Pollak's "Art Biographical," in which she discusses the trajectory of her art education and the development of the art scene in Richmond, Virginia.
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Pollak's recollections of her experiences at the Art Students League, written to Lawrence Campbell in 1973 for the League's Hundredth Anniversary Catalog, published two years later.
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A radio address about Pollak, written and delivered by Marion Junkin.
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