Physician. Born– Appleton, Wis., July 19, 1904. Parents– Victor F. and Fanny (Levy) Marshall. Married– Louise Marjorie Clayton, August 14, 1953. Children– One. Education– B.A., University of Wisconsin, 1930; B.M., 1932; M.D., 1933, Northwestern University. Employed as an intern, Cook County Hospital, 1932-1933; psychiatric fellow, LSU Medical School, Charity Hospital, New Orleans, 1936-1937; taught, University of Alabama School of Medicine, 1936-1937, Spring Hill College, 1947; Norbert College, 1953; practiced medicine, Two Rivers, Wis.; Watertown, Wis.; Central State Hospital, Pineville, La.; Heflin and Anniston, Ala. Discovered and produced Kutapressin, a microcirculatory constrictor; co-discoverer of the Marshall-White syndrome; and originated the theory of psychoallergy. Died August 1982.
Who’s Who in the South and Southwest, 1971-1972 and from Immunologic Psychology and Psychiatry.
Essentials of Medical Research. New York; Vantage Press, 1953.
Immunologic Psychology and Psychiatry. University, Ala.; University of Alabama Press, 1977.
Noise of Great Water. S.l.; s.n, (lst prize American Physicians Literary Guild), 1947.