Waddell, W. H. (1995). Some Bastardly People. McClain Printing Company
*A pioneer and leader in the field of veterinary medicine
*One of the oldest living Buffalo Soldiers, an all black regiment of the U. S. Army
*Received his doctorate in 1935, becoming one of the first African Americans to practice veterinary medicine in the U.S.
*First African American veterinarian to practice in the State of West Virginia
*First African American member of the American Veterinary Medical Association
*As a veterinarian, he was employed at Tuskegee Institute where he worked with George Washington Carver on peanut oil therapy.