Bingham Associates Fund records, 1900-1990
This collection has:
7.20 cubic ft.
The Bingham Associates Fund (BAF) was established by the financial backing of William Bingham II in 1932 to assist in the development of rural health care in the state of Maine. It was the regional resource for New England Medical Center (NEMC) and Tufts University School of Medicine, and sponsored exchanges of medical personnel and fellows in the New England region. In 1974 the BAF funds were absorbed into Tufts-New England Medical Center as the Bingham Endowment Fund.
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