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Hyla Doc : surgeon in China, through war and revolution, 1924-1949
AuthorHyla Doc (Hyla S. Watters)
Landstrom, Elsie H.
Pub. LocationFort Bragg, CAPublisherQ.E.D. Press
Date1991Phys. Desc.xxi, 288 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm.
LocationDir. Office GalleryCall NumberRD27.35.H95 A3 1991
Hyla Doc ; Edited by Elsie H. Landstrom.
Letters and memoirs of Hyla S. Watters.
"Hyla S. Watters' memoir of two and a half decades as a woman surgeon on the Yangtze provides an insightful, colorful record of China's troubled era before the Communist revolution. An American teacher of medicine and modernization, this humanist observer and gifted raconteur informs and startles with salient images of a unique people reeling at the loss of their old order, struggling against despair and surviving to build anew."--p.[4] of cover.
Subject(s)Hyla Doc (Hyla S. Watters)
Women surgeons, American--China--Biography
Missionaries, Medical--China--Wuhu Shi--Biography
Hospitals--Wuhu Shi 蕪湖市--History
Women physicians, American--China--Biography
China--History--Republic, 1911-1949
Rec. TypeBookLanguageEnglish
CollectionRicci Institute LibraryRec. #277
ISBN0936609192LCCN90-40637OCLC21970981