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Documentarian Sought

March-April 2020

Andrew Faden seeks a filmmaker interested in doing a documentary on his great-uncle, the late cardiologist and Harvard clinical professor of medicine Paul Dudley White, A.B. 1908, M.D. ’11, S.D. ’50. Faden, of North Grafton, Massachusetts, writes that he possesses “thousands of stereo slides, miles of 16mm film, photos, etc., along with his Nobel Peace Prize application. Dr. White traveled the world extensively both before and after treating President Eisenhower in 1955. His life and travels would make for a great story. Combined with the 196 boxes of his papers that Harvard already has, there should be sufficient material.” Contact him at fadenad1@gmail.com.

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