Veterinary Students Examine Large Animals, number 1
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In the 1940 U. S. Census a James R. Ketchersid age 27 living in College Station, Brazos, Texas lists his occupation as College Professor. He was born in Kansas and a previous residence of Hope, Dickinson co., Kansas. At that time he was married to a Hazel Ketchersid. Dr. Harold Monroe Spangler who was an Instructor at the Veterinary School during circa 1940, left to enter a partnership with Wupperman Animal Clinic near Austin, Texas. Later his son Samuel Carter Spangler studied Veterinary Medicine at Texas A&M, graduating in 1972 and also entering practice with his father.
DescriptionStudents examine large animals in a clinic setting. Three stalls with horses in background, one cow and light colored horse in foreground being examined by four men. Two of these men are Dr. James Ketchersid and Dr. Harold Spangler. It is unknown which ones they are in this photo. Writing on the photo or group of photos: 'Large Animal Clinics. Historical 1940: Vet students examining horses in old clinic. Instructors Drs. Ketchersid and Spangler. ' Physical description: Black and white print (photograph) (1 copy 16.5x24mm mounted & cropped), (2 copies 19mmx24mm).
SubjectLarge Animal Medicine and Surgery
Ketchersid, James R.
Spangler, Harold Monroe
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