William Fredrick Papers

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9.5 linear feet (13 MB, 2 SB, 1 OS)

William Fredrick, former Chairman of the Wayne State University School of Medicine, Department of Occupational and Environmental Health and Director of the Detroit Department of Health, enjoyed a career which spanned forty years. Highlights of his career include participation on a team which helped solve the lead poisoning problem in the auto industry during the 1930s and being appointed by Michigan Governor William Milliken to chair the state's Occupational Health Standards Commission in 1975. Fredrick's papers reflect his work as an educator at the University of Michigan (1957-1960) and Wayne State University (1960-1976), and his work in the fields of air quality, industrial toxicology, and industrial hygiene.

1932-1976, bulk 1942-1976
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