Dr. George H. Evans Papers

Dr. George H. Evans was an African American doctor who worked at the L. Richardson Memorial Hospital in Greensboro for over 45 years. This small collection consists primarily of photographs and printed materials highlighting his contributions to the local community, including during the Civil Rights era. While it does not contain much depth about Dr. Evans himself, researchers interested in the history of L. Richardson Hospital and the integration of medicine in Greensboro will find useful secondary sources.

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Collection Details:

Contributed by:
Greensboro History Museum

Guilford County

Subject area(s):
General history

Type(s) of material:
Photographs and visual materials

1900s, Good Medicine