Eubank, Dillard M. (1900-1986)
- Existence: 1900 - 1986
Dillard Marion Eubank (1900-1986) was a physician in China, 1944-1945, and in the communist military capital of Yenan, 1945. He was born in Huchow, China to missionary parents, and lived there the first sixteen years of his life. He attended the University of Chicago, William Jewell College, and Southeastern University at Durant, Oklahoma. He was a medical student at General Hospital, Kansas City, Missouri.
Eubank served in World War I and World War II. He also served as a volunteer flight surgeon in the Army in North China and Chenault's 14th Air Force.
After graduating from Baylor Medical College in Dallas, Texas and completing his internship in General Hospital, Eubank began his medical practice in Raytown, Missouri in May 1936. He retired in 1977.
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This collection was donated by Dr. Dillard M. Eubank's widow, Anna Louise Eubank. Dr. Eubank was a physician in China, 1944-1945, and the communist military capital of Yenan in 1945. He was born in China.
Eubank's papers include photographs, correspondence, and a 1945 reminiscence written of his time in Yenan.