Charles Wesley Hack papers
Scope and Content
The papers comprise a commission, signed by President William McKinley, for Charles W. Hack as assistant surgeon of volunteers, 1901. A Zurah pin and an 1898 memorial coin given to men from the University who served in the Spanish American War are located in the 3-dimensional collection 1079, box 12.
- Hack, Charles Wesley (Person)
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Items in this collection do not circulate and may be used in-house only.
Researchers may quote from the collection under the fair use provision of the copyright law Title 17, U.S. Code. Requests to publish should be arranged with the University of Minnesota Archives.
Biographical Sketch of Charles Wesley Hack
Charles W. Hack from Garnet, Colorado, graduated in 1897 from the College of Medicine and Surgery and was an assistant in practical anatomy at the University of Minnesota from 1897-1899. He served in the Spanish American War as an acting assistant surgeon for the United States Army.
1 folder; two 3-dimensional items
This collection contains the papers of Charles Wesley Hack, an 1897 graduate of the College of Medicince and Surgery and assistant in practical anatomy at the University of Minnesota from 1897-1899
Source of acquisition
Collection received from Mrs. Gwendolyn Kelley Hack, wife of Charles W. Hack on October 27, 1964. Memos from R. Joel Tierney, a University of Minnesota attorney, regarding Mrs. Charles W. Gwendolyn Kelley Hack’s bequest to the University of Minnesota are located in University Archives correspondence files under Hack
- Charles Wesley Hack papers, 1898,1901
- University Archives Staff
- June 2007
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