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Collection Number RG0981.AM
Collection Name RG0981 Everett, Harry H., 1875-1949
Identifier Personal papers
Size and Materials 3 items
Title Harry H. Everett papers
Date or Date Span 1913; 1942
Year Range from 1913
Year Range to 1942
Admin/Biographical History Dr. Harry Everett was born at Troy Grove, Illinois, September 5, 1875. The son of Dr. Milton H. Everett, Harry moved with his family to Nebraska at a young age. He graduated from the University of Nebraska in 1897. He received his master's degree from Northwestern University and did post graduate work at John Hopkins University. He completed his medical training at the University of Vienna, Austria, and the University of Jena in Germany.

Throughout his career, Dr. Harry Everett worked at several institutions in Lincoln, Nebraska, including the Lincoln Sanitarium, Bryan Memorial Hospital, St. Elizabeth Hospital and the Lincoln General Hospital. He was also an instructor at the University of Nebraska and the first team physician for the University of Nebraska Cornhuskers. Everett had also served as a surgeon with the Burlington Railroad.

Harry Everett died in Lincoln on March 30, 1949, and was laid to rest in Wyuka Cemetery.
Scope & Content The collection contains three items:

1. A "safe conduct" pass/certificate for foreign travel issued by the U.S. Department of State in the name of Harry H. Everett. The certificate is dated April 3, 1913.

2. A letter signed by William Jennings Bryan to Diplomatic and Consular Officers of the United States introducing Harry Everett. The letter is dated April 3, 1913.

3. A letter signed by John J. Pershing to Harry H. Everett dated September 18, 1942. Pershing expresses his appreciation to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Everett for birthday greetings sent to him.
Creator Bryan, William Jennings, 1860-1925
Other Creators Pershing, John J., 1860-1948
Finding Aids Harry Everett finding aid.
People Everett, Harry H., 1875-1949
Bryan, William Jennings, 1860-1925
Pershing, John J. "Black Jack," 1860-1948