James A. Butin account sheets and diary
This collection includes a volume, Physicians' diary 1924, and 2 account sheets from 1958-1961 of Dr. James A. Butin, who had practices in Fredonia and Chanute, Kansas.
- Creation: 1924, 1958-1961
- Butin, James A., 1893-1966 (Person)
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Biography of James Abram Butin
James Abram Butin (1893-1966) grew up in Fredonia, Kansas, and attended the University of Kansas, graduating with an A.B. in 1916. He graduated from Rush Medical College in Chicago in 1920. After his internship and residency, he set up his first practice in Fredonia in 1923-24 and then spent 2 years in a group practice in Dubuque, Iowa. Butin moved back to Kansas and began 35 years as a general practitioner in Chanute, Kansas. He was active in the community, serving as President of the Chanute Board of Education during the late 1930s and assisting with the founding of the Martin and Osa Johnson (Safari) Museum in Chanute.
1 volume (19 cm.; 1 folder (25x30 cm))
Language of Materials
Scope and Contents
Both the diary (1924) and the account sheets (1958-1961) list patient names, sometimes the services rendered, and the amount owed.
RH MS B74
RH MS P641
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift, March 1995
- Guide to the James A. Butin Collection
- James A. Butin account sheets and diary
- Finding aid prepared by mab, 2006. Finding aid encoded by mab, 2006; revised by mrm, 2010.
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James A. Butin Collection , Kansas Collection, RH MS B74, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas Libraries