The papers of Lee Andrew Gill, M.D. (1878-1981), medical doctor, civic, fraternal, and religious lay leader, document the life and times of a Howard University medical school alumnus whose life spanned more than 100 years. The papers date from ca. 1878 to 1981, and document the everyday struggles and triumphs of a much honored black physician during and after the period of segregation in the District of Columbia. Correspondence, writings, photographs, publications, and information on local churches and civic, social, fraternal, and medical groups are featured in the collection which totals two linear feet.
Staff, MSRC, "GILL, Lee Andrew" (2015). Manuscript Division. 78.