Dr. Nathan F. Mossell, M.D.

Description:

Dr. Nathan Francis Mossell was the first African American to earn a medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania Medical School in 1882. He was founder of the Frederick Douglass Memorial Hospital; the first African American member of the Philadelphia County Medical Society; a member of the Niagara Movement; founder of the Philadelphia branch of the NAACP; co-founder of the Philadelphia Academy of Medicine and Allied Sciences; a civil rights activist; and nationally prominent physician and surgeon.

Title:

Dr. Nathan F. Mossell, M.D.

Photographer:

Mosley, John W.

Date:

1940s

Subject:

African American physicians
African American men
African American civil rights workers

Geographic Subject:

Philadelphia (Pa.)

Format:

image/jp2

Type:

Photographs

Physical Description:

1 photograph: b&w; 8 x 10 in.

Rights:

This material is subject to copyright law and is made available for private study, scholarship, and research purposes only. For access to the original or permission to publish, please contact the Charles L. Blockson Afro-American Collection (blockson@temple.edu; 215-204-6632).

Repository:

Charles L. Blockson Afro-American Collection

Digital Collection:

John W. Mosley Photograph Collection

Digital Publisher:

Philadelphia PA: Temple University Libraries

Folder:

Mosley, John W.--Photographs--Physicians

Document ID:

BPA001X3119400000001