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1 Price, Philip B., M.D.Dr Price was born Kashing Chekiang China in 1897. Dr Price received his B.A at Davidson College in 1917. Dr Price attended the University of Virginia School of Medicine from 1917-1919, but obtained his M.D. in 1921 from Johns Hopkins University. Dr Price completed his Internship at Union Protestant...1959
2 Price, Philip B., M.D.Dr Price was born Kashing Chekiang China in 1897. Dr Price received his B.A at Davidson College in 1917. Dr Price attended the University of Virginia School of Medicine from 1917-1919, but obtained his M.D. in 1921 from Johns Hopkins University. Dr Price completed his Internship at Union Protestant...
3 Price, Philip B., M.D. (1962)Dr Price was born Kashing Chekiang China in 1897. Dr Price received his B.A at Davidson College in 1917. Dr Price attended the University of Virginia School of Medicine from 1917-1919, but obtained his M.D. in 1921 from Johns Hopkins University. Dr Price completed his Internship at Union Protestant...
4 Philip Price MD, Regent Richard L. Evans and Kenneth Castleton MD (1965)Left to right: Dr Philip B. Price, Regent Richard L. Evans and Dr Kenneth B. Castleton attending the Cornerstone Ceremony and Alumni Banquet, September, 1962.
5 Cornerstone Laying Ceremony for the University of Utah Medical Center (1962)Dr. Philip B Price had the honor of laying the cornerstone for the medical center, September, 1962. Dr. Price stated his vision for a medical center that "would not be palatial or fancy, but which would facilitate carrying on the highest grade of scientific work, which by the quality and reputation ...
6 Model of the Proposed University of Utah Medical Center (1957)Philip B. Price, MD (center) with Glen R. Leymaster, MD (left) and Clarence N. Stover (right) examine an early model of the proposed University of Utah Medical Center. Dr Price was Chair of the Department of Surgery from 1943-1956, Professor of Surgery, and Dean of the College of Medicine until 196...
7 Cornerstone Laying Ceremony for the University of Utah Medical Center (1962)Laying the cornerstone of new medical center building, September, 1962. From the left: Dr. Philip Price, University President Ray Olpin, Royden Derrick, Board of Regents, Governor George D. Clyde, Leland Flint, Chair of the Fund Campaign.
8 Groundbreaking Ceremony for the University of Utah Medical Center (1959)Groundbreaking ceremony for the University of Utah Medical Center, July 13, 1959. Photo includes (but not limited to): Sherman Preece, William J. O'Connor, A. Ray Olpin, Royden Derrick, George W. Haycock, Elroy Nelson, Glen R. Swenson, Philip B. Price MD, B. E. Brazier.
9 The Quorum (1956)By 1956, Drs. Price, Wintrobe, Goodman and their team of medical school leaders, reverently nicknamed "The Quorum," had persuaded the U's Board of Regents to approve a $10 million medical center with a companion hospital, which would allow the school to move out of the Salt Lake County Hospital, sit...
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