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History Lunch Break: For Greensboro Was the Hospital
April 30 @ 12:00 pm - 12:30 pmFree
As North Carolina crossed into the 20th century, the state’s medical establishment was tested by a harmful and contagious disease: tuberculosis. UNCG Museum Studies Master’s student Summer Crews talks about her research into how Dr. Simon Powell Sebastian, Dr. John Wesley Long, Nurse Clara Peck and others worked to protect Greensboro from the “white plague.”
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Or watch live on the Greensboro History Museum Facebook page
History Lunch Break comes to you live most Fridays with conversations on all kinds of history with all kinds of interesting people. Visit the episode archive on the GHM YouTube channel