Register of the Harry Bernard Friedgood Papers, 1937-1965

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Register of the Harry Bernard Friedgood Papers, 1937-1965

Collection number: MSS 71-8

UCSF Library & CKM



Archives and Special Collections

University of California, San Francisco

Contact Information:

  • UCSF Library & CKM
  • Archives and Special Collections
  • 530 Parnassus Ave.
  • San Francisco, CA 94143-0840
  • Phone: (415) 476-8112
  • Fax: (415) 476-4653
  • Email: http://www.library.ucsf.edu/collections/archives/contact
  • URL: http://www.library.ucsf.edu/collections/archives
Processed by:
Special Collections staff
Date Completed:
3/89
Encoded by:
James Ryan
© 1997. The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Harry Bernard Friedgood Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1937-1965
Collection number: MSS 71-8
Creator: Friedgood, Harry Bernard, 1904-196?
Extent: 3 boxes, 31 folders
Repository: University of California, San Francisco. Library. Archives and Special Collections.
San Francisco, California 94143-0840
Shelf location: For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog.
Language: English.

Administrative Information

Access

Collection is open for research.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Harry Bernard Friedgood Papers, MSS 71-8, Archives & Special Collections, UCSF Library & CKM

Biography

Born in the Ukraine in 1904, Harry B. Friedgood received his medical degree from Johns Hopkins University Medical School in 1928. He served as Medical House officer (1928-30), Jr. Associate in Medicine (1936-39), and Associate in Medicine (1939-44), at Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston. From 1933-34 Dr. Friedgood was Asst. Dispensary Physician at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Senior Attending Physician at Los Angeles County Hospital, 1944-46.
At the California Institute for Cancer Research Dr. Friedgood was president 1945-52, President emeritus, 1952-, and director, 1945-6?. He held teaching positions at a number of institutions, including the University of Michigan, where he was instructor in medicine, 1930-32. He was a research fellow, 1936-39 and instructor in medicine, 1939-44 at Harvard. At the University of Southern California Dr. Friedgood was asst. clinical professor of medicine, 1944-48; and he served as research associate in zoology, 1947-48, and assoc. clinical professor of medicine, 1948-52, at UCLA.
Dr. Friedgood also held several fellowships. At Johns Hopkins he was Jacques Loeb fellow in medicine, 1932-34, Research fellow in physiology and National Research Council fellow in medicine, 1934-35. He was also research fellow in physiology and fellow of the General Education Board, 1935-36, and research fellow in physiology at Harvard 1936-39.
His varied experiences included stints in New Deli and Calcutta, 1953 where he was a consultant in problems of medical education for the government, served as vice chairman and secretary of the executive board, and director of OPD, chief of endocrine & metabolic services , senior attending physician at Clinica Pereira Leal Santurce, Puerto Rico, 1954-55. In 1955-56 he was physician in chief, and medical director of the Willys Unit Diagnostic Clinic of the UAW-CIO, and 1956-57, and medical directory and director of medical education and research at the Wheeling Hospital, West VA.
Dr. Friedgood's association with UCSF began with his appointments as associate research physicians, and lecturer in medicine 1957-58, becoming chief of the obesity clinic, 1958-59, assoc. clinical professor of medicine 1958-71 (?). He was associate research physicians of the Hooper Foundation 1961-71.
Among the professional societies in which he was a members were AAAS, AMA, American Physiological Society, ASCI, Endocrine Society,American Psychosomatic Society, APHA, US Comm World Federation Mental Health, NCMH, and Sigma XI.

Scope and Content

Collection includes biographical materials, reprints, typescripts, correspondence, x-rays (dental)

Container List

 

SERIES I. BIOGRAPHICAL

Box Box 1. , Folder 1.-3.

Biographical materials

Folder 4.

Clinica Pereira Leal

Folder 5.

Unidentified notes

 

SERIES II. CORRESPONDENCE

Box Box 1. , Folder 6.

Correspondence, outgoing

Folder 7.

Correspondence, incoming

Folder 8.

Correspondence, Oxford University Press

Folder 9.

Correspondence, Sertoma Club

 

SERIES III. ICMRT

Box Box 2. , Folder 10.-11.

ICMRT papers

 

SERIES IV. RESEARCH PAPERS

Box Box 2., Folder 2.

Laboratory notebook, androgen assay, 1939-42

Folder 13.

Thermal death point...

Folder 14.

Adiposalgenital dystrophy

Folder 15.

Clinical applications...experimentally induced exophthalmos

Folder 16.

Use of sex hormones on the healing of fractures... (1)

Folder 17.

Use of sex hormones on the healing of fractures...(2) 54 photographs

Folder 18.

Endocrine aspects of homosexuality, 1947

Folder 19.

Neuroendocrine system and infection, 1962

Folder 20.

Neuroendocrinology

Folder 21.

Studies of virilism and hirsuitism in women

Folder 22.

Neurophysiology of endocrines

Folder 23.

Thyroid

Folder 24.

Neuroendocrine aspects of...gonadatropic activity

Folder 25.

Research in problems of sex

Folder 26.

Illustrations (unidentified)

Box Box 3., Folder 27.

Oxford University Press illustrations(?)

Folder 28.

Typescript (untitled) (l)

Folder 29.

Typescript (untitled) (2)

Folder 30.

Notes

Folder 31.

Miscellany