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TODAY news for Thursday, February 26, 2007

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New history of Loma Linda published


Executive director of the School of Medicine alumni association Dennis E. Park (second from right) presents a copy of his recently published book.
Executive director of the School of Medicine alumni association Dennis E. Park (second from right) presents a copy of his recently published book, The Mound City Chronicles, to (from left) Michael Campbell, PhD, acting director of the Del E. Webb archives and collections; Carlene Drake, MSLS, Del E. Web Library director; and Lori Curtis, MSLS, assistant director of the Del E. Webb archives and collections. Loma Linda University historian Richard A. Schaefer stands at Mr. Park�s right. Of the book, the School of Medicine Alumni JOURNAL editor, Henry Yeo, MD, notes: �Part geography, part archival photography, part history, and a lot of meaningful nostalgia, The Mound City Chronicles will be repeatedly pored over for a long time to come.� The 336-page book may be purchased at the following locations: In Loma Linda�the Campus Store; the Medical Center gift shop; and the Adventist Book Center. In Redlands�the San Bernardino County Museum; Fred Coops & Comany Collectors Galleries; Gerrards; and Paper Partners. Proceeds from the book will benefit the alumni association holding fund and the alumni association student affairs council student fund.

TODAY news for Thursday, February 26, 2007