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Doctor's office sign

Doctor's office sign
Date: between 1940 and 1950
This sign belonged to Dr. C.O. Hoover, a general practitioner who practiced medicine in Kansas for 55 years. After receiving a diploma from the Eclectic Medical University of Kansas City, Missouri, in 1910, he treated patients in Overbrook for 14 years before moving to Quinter in 1925. Hoover also served as the Gove County health officer and the coroner. In 1957 he appeared on the television series "Wide, Wide World" in an episode titled "The House I Enter - A Television Portrait of the American Doctor." The show used two Kansas doctors to demonstrate how a Kansas plan provided small communities with topnotch medical care. Hoover died in 1973.


Doctor's office sign

Doctor's office sign
Date: between 1910 and 1950
This sign belonged to Dr. C.O. Hoover, a general practitioner who practiced medicine in Kansas for 55 years. After receiving a diploma from the Eclectic Medical University of Kansas City, Missouri, in 1910, he treated patients in Overbrook for 14 years before moving to Quinter in 1925. Hoover also served as the Gove County health officer and the coroner. In 1957 he appeared on the television series "Wide, Wide World" in an episode titled "The House I Enter - A Television Portrait of the American Doctor." The show used two Kansas doctors to demonstrate how a Kansas plan provided small communities with topnotch medical care. Hoover died in 1973.


Doctor's portfolio

Doctor's portfolio
Date: between 1900 and 1940
This portfolio belonged to Dr. C.O. Hoover, a general practioner who practiced medicine in Kansas for 55 years. After receiving a diploma from the Eclectic Medical University of Kansas City, Missouri, in 1910, he treated patients in Overbrook for 14 years before moving to Quinter in 1925. Hoover also served as the Gove County health officer and the coroner. In 1957 he appeared on the television series "Wide, Wide World" in an episode titled "The House I Enter - A Television Portrait of the American Doctor." The show used two Kansas doctors to demonstrate how a Kansas plan provided small communities with topnotch medical care. Hoover died in 1973.


Report card

Report card
Creator: Eclectic Medical University
Date: between 1906 and 1907
This report card was issued to Charles Hoover when he was a student at the Eclectic Medical University at Kansas City, Missouri. Hoover became a general practioner who practiced medicine in Kansas for 55 years. After receiving a diploma in 1910, he treated patients in Overbrook for 14 years before moving to Quinter in 1925. Hoover also served as the Gove County health officer and the coroner. In 1957 he appeared on the television series "Wide, Wide World" in an episode titled "The House I Enter - A Television Portrait of the American Doctor." The show used two Kansas doctors to demonstrate how a Kansas plan provided small communities with topnotch medical care. Hoover died in 1973.


Report card

Report card
Creator: Eclectic Medical University
Date: between 1907 and 1908
This report card was issued to Charles Hoover when he was a student at the Eclectic Medical University at Kansas City, Missouri. Hoover became a general practioner who practiced medicine in Kansas for 55 years. After receiving a diploma in 1910, he treated patients in Overbrook for 14 years before moving to Quinter in 1925. Hoover also served as the Gove County health officer and the coroner. In 1957 he appeared on the television series "Wide, Wide World" in an episode titled "The House I Enter - A Television Portrait of the American Doctor." The show used two Kansas doctors to demonstrate how a Kansas plan provided small communities with topnotch medical care. Hoover died in 1973.


Report card

Report card
Creator: Eclectic Medical University
Date: between 1908 and 1909
This report card was issued to Charles Hoover when he was a student at the Eclectic Medical University at Kansas City, Missouri. Hoover became a general practioner who practiced medicine in Kansas for 55 years. After receiving a diploma in 1910, he treated patients in Overbrook for 14 years before moving to Quinter in 1925. Hoover also served as the Gove County health officer and the coroner. In 1957 he appeared on the television series "Wide, Wide World" in an episode titled "The House I Enter - A Television Portrait of the American Doctor." The show used two Kansas doctors to demonstrate how a Kansas plan provided small communities with topnotch medical care. Hoover died in 1973.


Report card

Report card
Creator: Eclectic Medical University
Date: between 1909 and 1910
This report card was issued to Charles Hoover when he was a student at the Eclectic Medical University at Kansas City, Missouri. Hoover became a general practioner who practiced medicine in Kansas for 55 years. After receiving a diploma in 1910, he treated patients in Overbrook for 14 years before moving to Quinter in 1925. Hoover also served as the Gove County health officer and the coroner. In 1957 he appeared on the television series "Wide, Wide World" in an episode titled "The House I Enter - A Television Portrait of the American Doctor." The show used two Kansas doctors to demonstrate how a Kansas plan provided small communities with topnotch medical care. Hoover died in 1973.


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