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Indiana Medicine, 1993


Interviewee
Ade, Mary Keller March 18, 1993 

Call Number
93-008

Physical Description

39 pages; 3 tapes, 131 minutes; index

Interviewer
Berry, Chad

Access Status

Open

Scope and Content Note

Dr. Mary Keller Ade discusses her childhood, education, medical practice, and family in Indiana in this interview. She shares some of her experiences as a physician in both urban and rural locations, and as a physician with a general practice in Lafayette, Indiana where she delivered thousands of babies throughout her career. Dr. Ade discusses her experiences as a female doctor, including discrimination and becoming a role model for other women.

  • Keywords
    • Corporation Names
    • Indiana University School of Medicine
    • Family Names
    • Ade
    • Occupation Names
    • physician
    • Personal Names
    • Booher, Olga Bonke
    • Myers, Burton Dorr
    • Welch, Exie
    • Place Names
    • Danville, Indiana
    • Indianapolis, Indiana
    • Lafayette, Indiana
    • Subjects
    • anesthesia
    • discrimination
    • female physicians
    • general practice
    • Great Depression
    • medical changes
    • medical education
    • medical internship
    • obstetrics
    • sexism