Samuel Crumbine Papers

Crumbine, 1948 New Yorker The Clendening holds approximately twelve linear feet of archival material related to Samuel J. Crumbine. In 1904, Crumbine left his successful Dodge City, Kansas medical practice to serve as secretary of the Kansas Board of Health. In this position, he established Kansas as a leader in public health and initiated many public health campaigns.

This fledgling web site devoted to Dr. Crumbine currently features only the inventory of the archival collection. In the near future, links will be added from the inventory to either a scanned image or a transcription of actual documents.

The collection is available for use by researchers.

The Archie - Digital Collections @ KUMC have recently added documents from the Kansas Public Health Association.