Veterinary Students in a Laboratory, number 3
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This image is also found in the Cushing Memorial Library and Archives flicker Veterinary School & Hospital album and is titled "Vet Pathology & Hygiene Lab". Dr. John Henry Milliff 1904-1991, graduated High School from Crocket High School in 1924 and planned to enter Texas A. & M. in the fall. As a student he took the prescribed courses in Engineering, and became a member of B Troop, Cavalry. We changed his major the following year to science and pre-medical. By fall of 1927 he was ready to enter the University of Texas Medical School in Galveston, but bad luck and bad health lead him back to Texas A. & M. He was able to start Veterinary school in 1934 and graduated from Texas A&M with his DVM degree in 1936. The following september he joined the faculty, and became an istructor in the Department of Pathology until 1941. Students knew him as " Dr. John" and was an example of teacher, scholar, friend and was much esteemed. In 1950 he was elected as a charter member of the newly formed American College of Veterinary Pathologists. He was the head of the Veteriaray Anatomy Department for 27 years. After reaching retirement age in 1968 he was asked to continue teaching histology and neuroanatomy; which he did for the next three years and official retired in 1971.
DescriptionVeterinary students in class with microscopes. Dr. John Milliff instructing Pathology. Physical description: black-and -white print (photograph)16.5X24mm
College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (1939). Veterinary Students in a Laboratory, number 3. Available electronically from