Chamberlain, Douglas, 1907-1999
Douglas Chamberlain (1907-1999) was born on December 10, 1907 on Lookout Mountain. He studied at Princeton University and Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and later became a prominent ear, nose, and throat specialist in his area. Dr. Chamberlain served as a Captain in the Army and was stationed in Benning, GA. and later in Europe. While he was in England, he acted as an ear, nose, and throat consultant in the Seine River area in Paris.
Douglas Chamberlain served on the Girls Preparatory School Board of Directors, President of the Chattanooga Opera Association, was a member of the Torch Club, and a member of the Rotary Club of Chattanooga.
"Douglas Chamberlain, 1907-1999." The University of Virginia, accessed September 2, 2015. http://socialarchive.iath.virginia.edu/ark:/99166/w66x6xqv
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Collection — Box: 1
Scope and Contents The Douglas Chamberlain clippings, records, and speeches contains business records, newspaper clippings regarding local history and the Roane Iron Company from 1916 to 1982. Many of these clippings are a column about the history of Roane County, especially the role of the Roane Iron Company in local history, written by Snyder Roberts. Also included are clippings related to local history, and a group of photo clippings of a 1973 area flood. Also included are a group of transcripts from a ...