Register of the William Noordenbos Papers, 1955-1989

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Register of the William Noordenbos Papers, 1955-1989

Collection number: 129

Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library

History & Special Collections Division



University of California, Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CA

Contact Information

  • Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library
  • History & Special Collections Division
  • UCLA
  • 12-077 Center for Health Sciences
  • Box 951798
  • Los Angeles, CA 90095-1798
  • Phone: 310/825-6940
  • Fax: 310/825-0465
  • Email: biomed-ref@library.ucla.edu
  • URL: http://www.library.ucla.edu/libraries/biomed/his/hisdiv.htm
Processed by:
David C. Gartrell
Date Completed:
August 1998
Encoded by:
David C. Gartrell
© 1998 The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: William Noordenbos Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1955-1989
Collection number: 129
Origination: Noordenbos, William
Extent: Two cubic-foot cartons, three letter-size document boxes
Repository: Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library

History and Special Collections Division
University of California, Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1798
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, with the following exceptions: Folders in Box 5 are restricted. Contact the manuscript curator at the Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library, History and Special Collections Division, for information on access to these files.

Acquisition

The William Noordenbos Papers were given to the John C. Liebeskind History of Pain Collection by his children, two of whom, Corinne Noordenbos and Ada van Mourik-Noordenbos, hand-delivered them to Los Angeles in January, 1997.

Publication Rights

Information on permission to reproduce, quote, or publish is available from the History & Special Collections Division.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], William Noordenbos Papers, Manuscript collection 129, Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library, History & Special Collections Division, University of California, Los Angeles.

Access Points

Noordenbos, W.
Pain. (MeSH)
Neurophysiology. (MeSH)
Neurosurgery. (MeSH)
International Association for the Study of Pain.

Biography

William Noordenbos (1910-1990) was a Dutch neurosurgeon whose contributions to the field of pain helped inaugurate the current era of research in pain mechanisms. Noordenbos was born in Utrecht, the Netherlands, on August 11, 1910, the third child and only son of a family prominent in medicine and science. His father was Willem Noordenbos, a general surgeon and later dean of the medical school at the University of Amsterdam, and his mother, Jacoba Cornelia Noordenbos-Kapteijn--the daughter of J. Kapteijn, a distinguished academic astronomer--was one of the first female doctors in the Netherlands.
Noordenbos, planning a career in medicine like his parents, began his studies in Amsterdam, but working under his father's considerable shadow proved to be too much pressure, and he went on to study medicine at the University of Edinburgh, graduating in June, 1937. He continued his surgical training in Scotland, then somewhat reluctantly returned to the Netherlands in late 1939 when mobilization was called due to the threat of war. During the war, both William Noordenbos and his father were taken away by the Germans: his father as a hostage to a concentration camp, and William to prison for his angry outburst over this. Both terms were brief. During this turbulent period, he married Jonkvrouwe [a Dutch title equivalent to the British "Lady"] Cornelia ("Cox") van Heemskerck van Beest, a medical analyst who worked in a laboratory at the hospital, in January 1943, and over the next ten years they had four children: three girls and one boy.
Throughout the 1940s Noordenbos worked as a clinical neurosurgeon at the University of Amsterdam Surgical Clinic. In 1946 he spent six months visiting several neurosurgery departments in Great Britain, and then in 1950 he spent another half-year as the only neurosurgeon in the Dutch East Indies. He returned to Amsterdam to begin at Wilhelmina-Gasthuis, a hospital at the University of Amsterdam, eventually setting up the hospital's department of neurosurgery. During the late 1950s, Noordenbos worked on applying his clinical knowledge and experience to the more theoretical realm of academia, and he produced his first and only monograph.
Noordenbos's book Pain: problems pertaining to the transmission of nerve impulses , a "preliminary statement" published by Elsevier in 1959, began as his dissertation to become a Doctor in de Geneeskunde (Doctor in Medicine), equivalent to a Ph.D. in the United States and necessary for his professorship. In this 182-page book, he "launched the present era" of pain research, according to Pat Wall, with three new methods: a broader system of clinical examination of the pain patient's feelings and sensations; recognition, through this new way of examining, of the role of temporal summation in the provocation of pain; and the idea of fibre dissociation as a possible explanation of the temporal summation problem. Examination of nerve fibers biopsied from patients he was treating for postherpetic neuralgia had led Noordenbos to recognize relationships between large and small nerve fibers. Noordenbos described the relationship between these fibers as "fast blocks slow." Wall always gave Noordenbos credit for laying, with his clinical work, the practical foundation upon which he and Ron Melzack built their gate control theory of pain, which they published in Science in 1965 as "Pain mechanisms: a new theory."
Noordenbos's research and academic writing continued throughout his career. He wrote and published about pain, neural function, surgical technique, and was very involved in the development of a taxonomy of pain. He studied phantom limb pain in amputees in Israel with Pat Wall after the Yom Kippur War, circa 1973. Noordenbos was also a founding member of the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP), and was instrumental in arranging for the publication of its journal, PAIN, by Elsevier in Amsterdam.
An avid sailor his whole life (at 18 he sailed alone to Copenhagen in a cabinless "Dragon"), Noordenbos built a number of boats, culminating in the Lucipara and the Lucipara II. He involved his family in sailing and yachting, and he and Cox made transatlantic crossings in 1962 and 1978. Applying his scientific mind to his avocation, he always dreamed of developing a portable instrument to render seawater fit for drinking by removing salt through electrolysis. He apparently succeeded on a larger-scale level, but was unable to devote the time necessary to scaling down the instrument enough to make it practical.
William Noordenbos died in March, 1990.
Sources:
"Curriculum Vitae" [Box 2, Folder 6], William Noordenbos Papers, Manuscript collection number 129, Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library, History & Special Collections Division, University of California, Los Angeles.
Noordenbos, Corinne and Ada van Mourik-Noordenbos. Oral history with John C. Liebeskind (1/26/97). Part of the John C. Liebeskind History of Pain Collection, Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library, History & Special Collections Division, University of California, Los Angeles.
Correspondence between John C. Liebeskind and Corinne Noordenbos and Ada van Mourik-Noordenbos, 1995-1997.
Wall, Patrick D. "Obituary." Pain, 42 (1990) 265-267.

Scope and Content

Information in brackets was collected from material inside the folder. Information in parentheses was supplied by Noordenbos's daughters in an inventory list sent prior to the delivery of the Noordenbos papers. Information neither in brackets nor parentheses was part of or all of the original folder title. If additional relevant material was written on the original folder, or if the transcribed information was in question, or if there was information that would have been transcribed had it been legible, then the original folder cover has been cut to a manageable size and included in the final, acid-free folder.
Noordenbos wrote in Dutch, English, and French. His handwriting is very difficult to read, sometimes bordering on illegible. Generally he wrote in English; materials in Dutch or French are noted as such in the container list.

Series Description

 

Papers and Lectures

Scope and Content Note

1955-1976
Lectures given at the University of Amsterdam and elsewhere. There are twenty-four folders in this series. The processor has attempted to match files in the collection to the list of lectures provided by Noordenbos's daughters. As a result, there are a few entries for lectures that are within other, broader files. In such a case, a "see also" reference is provided.
 

Correspondence

Scope and Content Note

1955-1989
Ninety-three folders of alphabetical correspondence, incoming and/or outgoing, largely to individuals.
 

General

Scope and Content Note

1955-1989
The General series, comprising fifty-seven folders, contains all files not included in Correspondence or Lectures. Includes reprints from 1944-1973, scientific information on nerve injuries, phantom limb pain, pharmacology, epilepsy, multisynaptic systems, notebooks of handwritten notes on various subjects related to pain.

Container List

 

Correspondence

Box 1, Folder 1

Abu-Saad, Huda, [1982-83].

Box 1, Folder 2

Adam, Henry (language, computer, math., books), [1983-87].

Box 1, Folder 3

Bibliotheek (library), [1978-88].

Box 1, Folder 4

Bonica, John, [1980-81].

Box 1, Folder 5

Bosch, Dr. D.A. (pain), [1987].

Box 1, Folder 6

Bowsher, David (pain relief foundation), [1976-83].

Box 1, Folder 7

Cahill, Jonathan, [1971-81].

Box 1, Folder 8

Cohrs, [Mevr.] Lenni [Leny?], [1973].

Box 1, Folder 9

Colas, Alain, [1972].

Box 1, Folder 10

Collins, William F., [1973].

Box 1, Folder 11

Cousins, Michael J., [1986].

Box 1, Folder 12

Douw v/skrap.[?] [D.v.D. Crab], [1976].

Box 1, Folder 13

Eljon, Lou (envelope only), [1988].

Box 1, Folder 14

Endtz, [Dr.] L. J., [1986-87].

Box 1, Folder 15

Farquharson, Elizabeth, [1971].

Box 1, Folder 16

Gardner, W. James, [1979].

Box 1, Folder 17

Gilchrist, M. L., [1987].

Box 1, Folder 18

Gildenberg, Philip L., [1979].

Box 1, Folder 19

Giok, Sie Pek, [1973-81].

Box 1, Folder 20

Guthkelch, A. Norman, [1975].

Box 1, Folder 21

Haeseker, B., [1982].

Box 1, Folder 22

Hamby, Wallace B., [1984].

Box 1, Folder 23

Hampe, [1982].

Box 1, Folder 24

Hankinson, John, [1970-76].

Box 1, Folder 25

Hawkins, Felix S., [1979].

Box 1, Folder 26

Hebb, [D.O.], [1970].

Box 1, Folder 27

Herzfeld, Gertrude, [1972-78].

Box 1, Folder 28

Hillman, Peter (contains photos), [1975-89].

Box 1, Folder 29

Homburg, Degussa Pharma Gruppe (medication), [1984].

Box 1, Folder 30

Hoorweg, Piet (speech), [1956-84].

Box 1, Folder 31

Hsiang-Lai, Wen, [1975-83].

Box 1, Folder 32

I.P.F. (International Pain Foundation), [1987].

Box 1, Folder 33

Jeans, Mary Ellen (McGill University), [1987].

Box 1, Folder 34

Kremer, Michael, 1955.

Box 1, Folder 35

Lange, [S.A. de], [1958-83].

Box 1, Folder 36

Lebkowski, J. (congress Poland), [1974-86].

Box 1, Folder 37

Lele, Pad[makar], [1973-83].

Box 1, Folder 38

Liebeskind, John C., [1986].

Box 1, Folder 39

Lindblom, Ulf F., [1979-86].

Box 1, Folder 40

Livingston, Kenneth, [1978-81].

Box 1, Folder 41

Loeser, John D., [1977-80].

Box 1, Folder 42

MacPherson, A.I.S., [1983].

Box 1, Folder 43

Madden, John, [1988].

Box 1, Folder 44

Mayer, David, [1981].

Box 1, Folder 45

Mehler, W.R., [1973].

Box 1, Folder 46

Melzack, [Ronald], [1966-87].

Box 1, Folder 47

Merskey, H. (see also file Taxonomy), [1975-87].

Box 1, Folder 48

Miserocchi, Enriquie, [1966-69].

Box 1, Folder 49

Miserocchi, Giovanni, [1980-85].

Box 1, Folder 50

Morrica, [Guido], [1981].

Box 1, Folder 51

Muizelaar, [J.P.], [1981].

Box 1, Folder 52

Nashold, [Blaine], [1972-75].

Box 1, Folder 53

Nathan, Peter (see also separate file), [1973-86].

Box 1, Folder 54

[Nathan, Peter] PETER. (Correspondence Peter Nathan), [1972-73].

Box 1, Folder 55

National Trust of Scotland, [1973].

Box 1, Folder 56

Neurologen Vereeniging (about honory membership), [1979-80].

Box 1, Folder 57

Nulsen, Frank E., [1966-75].

Box 1, Folder 58

Overweg, [J.], [1973-79].

Box 1, Folder 59

Paul, Linda, [1973].

Box 1, Folder 60

Price, D.D., [1976-77].

Box 1, Folder 61

Ramamurthi, [1975].

Box 1, Folder 62

Reynolds, P.J. Ltd.; Mann, A.J. (about instruments/stimulators) [two sets of correspondence to same company], [1974-75].

Box 1, Folder 63

Roche, Patricia, [1980].

Box 1, Folder 64

Roussel (sponsoring), [1979-80].

Box 1, Folder 65

Salcman, Michael, [1987].

Box 1, Folder 66

Samii, [M.], [1983].

Box 1, Folder 67

Schott, G.D., [1985].

Box 1, Folder 68

Schürmann, Kurt, [1970-76].

Box 1, Folder 69

SIG / IASP, [1989].

Box 1, Folder 70

Simmons, L. Banks, [1985-86].

Box 1, Folder 71

Slooff, Bart, [1979-88].

Box 1, Folder 72

Soroko, Mrs. Ewa, [1988].

Box 1, Folder 73

Struppler, [1980].

Box 1, Folder 74

Swerdlow, M., [1980-81].

Box 1, Folder 75

Talalla, Dr. Andrew, [1972-88].

Box 1, Folder 76

Teijen, H.J.; Tilburg, [1976].

Box 1, Folder 77

Ter Braak, J. W. G. (induction/deduction), [1965].

Box 1, Folder 78

Tilburg ('79 meeting), [1975-76].

Box 1, Folder 79

Tuchtcollege (complaint), [1978].

Box 1, Folder 80

van Cranenburgh, Ben, [1987-88].

Box 1, Folder 81

van Crevel, Hans, [1980-89].

Box 1, Folder 82

van der Meij, Gerrit [also: van der Mey] (contains photo), [1983-84].

Box 1, Folder 83

Van Manen, [J.], 1986.

Box 1, Folder 84

Vanderspek, Hans G., [1972].

Box 1, Folder 85

Verbiest, [H.], [1975-82].

Box 1, Folder 86

[Wall, Pat] ATLAS. PAT, [1971-88].

Box 1, Folder 87

Ward Jr., A.A., [1978-80].

Box 1, Folder 88

Watson, C.P.N., [1986-89].

Box 1, Folder 89

Weber, G., [1986-87].

Box 1, Folder 90

Werman, Goula, [1979].

Box 1, Folder 91

Zeidler, E.H., [1970].

Box 1, Folder 92

Ziekenhuizen [?], [1965].

Box 1, Folder 93

Zimmermann, Manfred, [1981-82].

 

Lectures

Box 1, Folder 94

Concepts relative to recurred pain (New York), 1969.

Box 1, Folder 95

Britten (Speech), [1976].

Box 1, Folder 96

Traumatische zenuwletsels [Traumatic nerve injuries; Folder empty--see General file of same title, Box 2, F 13], (1965?).

Box 1, Folder 97

Een mogelijk mechanisme van paroxysmale verschijnselen [Empty folder] (In file "Begin Nerve-Nets," [Box 2, F 19]), [1960s?].

Box 1, Folder 98

The Genesis of Epilepsy [Empty folder] (In file "Begin Nerve-Nets," [Box 2, F 19]) [see also "Muscle Spindles," Box 2, F 10], [1960?].

Box 1, Folder 99

The Behaviour of Multisynaptic Systems [Empty folder] (In file "Begin Nerve-Nets," [Box 2, F 19]) [see also "Muscle Spindles," Box 2, F 10], [1965?].

Box 1, Folder 100

Remarks concerning mechanisms and concepts of pain [Typescript], 1970?.

Box 1, Folder 101

LEPRA [Annotated typescript in Dutch], [nd].

Box 1, Folder 102

Gedragingen van multisynaptische systemen, Een mogelijk mechanisme van paroxysmale [Typescript in Dutch, 1 illustration], (1969).

Box 1, Folder 103

Sensory findings in painful traumatic nerve lesions (Toronto) [Montreal; typescript with glued-on illustrations], [nd].

Box 1, Folder 104

Some observations on cases of leprosy with polyneuritic lesions [Annotated typescript], [nd].

Box 1, Folder 105

The neuritis in leprosy [Annotated typescript], [nd].

Box 1, Folder 106

Causalgia [Typescript], [ca. 1950s?].

Box 1, Folder 107

Enkele aspecten van de anatomie en physiologie van de pijn [Typescript in Dutch], [1974-76].

Box 1, Folder 108

Problems concerning taxonomy of pain; Tilbury, Holland; Version 1, 2, 3, 4 [Annotated typescripts in English, correspondence and notes in Dutch], 1976.

Box 1, Folder 109

Pain and functional neurosurgery [Annotated typescript], 1975.

Box 1, Folder 110

Problemen....[rondom pijn?] [Annotated typescript in Dutch; see also Seattle, Extra Copien file], 1975.

Box 1, Folder 111

[No title] Studieclub, April [Annotated typescript, notes in Dutch], 1972.

Box 1, Folder 112

[No title] Queen Square [Annotated typescript], 1955.

Box 1, Folder 113

The causes of failure of surgical treatment [Annotated typescripts], [nd].

Box 1, Folder 114

Discussion remarks on afferent systems in the antero-lateral quadrant [Annotated typescripts, reprint in French, correspondence], [1971?].

Box 1, Folder 115

Discussion remarks concerning measurement [Annotated typescripts], [nd].

Box 1, Folder 116

Bishop [Discussion on Dr. Bishop's paper; Folder empty--see General file of the same name, Box 3, F 4], 1961.

Box 1, Folder 117

Pathological aspects of central pain states [See also Seattle file; Box 5, F 3], 1973.

 

General

Box 2, Folder 1

Elsevier [Correspondence in English re: PAIN journal. Contains correspondence envelope "Phantoom"], [1975-76].

Box 2, Folder 2

Geneesmiddelen (Medications) [handwritten notes], [1975].

Box 2, Folder 3

Guanethidine (Guandine) [? handwritten notes on The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics], [nd].

Box 2, Folder 4

Acupunctuur (Acupuncture, various notes) [and product literature], [1975].

Box 2, Folder 5

[Acupuncture] [Clippings and reprints on acupuncture], [1972-83].

Box 2, Folder 6

[CV] (Curriculum Vitae), [nd].

Box 2, Folder 7

[Reprints] [Reprints of articles in English and Dutch], [1944-73].

Box 2, Folder 8

Edinburgh (Congress Oct. 1980, reunion medical school), [nd].

Box 2, Folder 9

B9, The Cell Assembly [Non-WN reprints and notes in English and French], [1962].

Box 2, Folder 10

B4, Muscle spindles (E.M.G.) [Notes in English and French on visual cortex, epilepsy; typescripts in Dutch and , [1963-65].

Box 2, Folder 11

[The ingestion of seawater] [English typescript with annotations; contains photos], [1955-58].

Box 2, Folder 12

F.I.T., Foundation for Independent Thinking [Postcards, information, correspondence on trepanation]. See also file Bart Hughes [enclosed ?], [1973].

Box 2, Folder 13

Traumatische Zenuwletsels (Traumatic nerve injuries) [correspondence, typescripts, in Dutch], [1962-63].

Box 2, Folder 14

Dartmouth Oct. (Various notes), 1979.

Box 2, Folder 15

Vezelspektra. Graphs and Calculations (Various research notes on fibrespectra) [in Dutch and English. Case Studies and Research , 1975[?].

Box 2, Folder 16

Onderzoekingen door Professor Verhaart. Db Sie Peh Fiok. (Research by Professor Verhaart) [contains photos, correspondence in Dutch], [1956-60].

Box 2, Folder 17

Textbook of Pain [Contribution to Wall's textbook], [1981-83].

Box 2, Folder 18

B6, Association Fibres [?], Synapse, 37/2 [Non-WN reprints, notes in English on synaptic transmission, sleep deprivation, cerebral cortex], [1957-63].

Box 2, Folder 19

Begin Nerve-Nets [Notes and typescripts in Dutch and English on epilepsy, multisynaptic systems, MAS], [1965-67].

Box 2, Folder 20

Colleges [Lecture notes in Dutch?], 1971-[78].

Box 2, Folder 21

RA (Various subjects) [photographs, notes, typescripts, largely in Dutch], [1964-65].

Box 2, Folder 22

B7, Synchron[...] Learning [Notes in English on synaptic function, stimulation of nerve fibres, neural basis of learning, [nd].

Box 2, Folder 23

B8 [Notes in English on spinal cord], [nd].

Box 2, Folder 24

Programs, Congress Meetings, Various [Announcements, programs, etc.], [1960-73].

Box 2, Folder 25

[Notes] [Handwritten notes, correspondence], [1970-89].

Box 2, Folder 26

[Notes] [Handwritten notes, correspondence], [1969-70].

Box 2, Folder 27

Colleges (Lectures for students) [correspondence, notes, typescripts in Dutch], 1972-78.

Box 2, Folder 28

Israel, Tonia III (Meeting, phantom pain) [two folders inside: correspondence, program, notes], 1974.

Box 2, Folder 29

Herpes. The disaster [?] with Peter Nathan, Tonia 3 (General on subject over several years) [Unpublished post-herpetic neuralgia drafts with P. , [1970-74].

Box 2, Folder 30

Voorgrachten Vanaf, Sept. 1969 [Notes in English?, quizzes by Voor..., two WN reprints, illustrations, Dutch typescripts], [1955-76].

Box 3, Folder 1

Onderwijs. Teaching: course pain and pain relief. Syllabus + various notes [Printed matter, typescripts, notes; all in Dutch], [1979-80].

Box 3, Folder 2

Wood's Hole [Massachusetts] [Meeting, May 8-11, to honor Pat Wall's contributions to neurobiology; correspondence, schedule], 1989.

Box 3, Folder 3

Joke, "clippings" (Map joke) [Newspaper clippings largely in Dutch], [1982-88].

Box 3, Folder 4

Bishop [Discussion on Dr. Bishop's paper: the anatomy and physiology of the pathways and central , 1961.

Box 3, Folder 5

Stockholm (Meeting) [Correspondence, abstracts; contains photos], 1986.

Box 3, Folder 6

Neurochir--Neurologien [Overzicht over het ontstaan van de afdeling neurochirurgie; typescript in Dutch], [1972].

Box 3, Folder 7

[Photographs] [Quantimat screen shots of nerve fibres], [1974].

Box 3, Folder 8

[Journal Articles and Notes] [Also notes; annotations like: C182/21], [1977].

Box 3, Folder 9

[Case Study ?] [Contains photos, subsections "Goniometrie" and "Anatomie", notes in Dutch and English, no , [1974-75].

Box 3, Folder 10

[Notes on Pain?] [Hundreds of pages of notes in English and Dutch], [1981-89].

Box 4, Folder 1

[Reprints] [Articles by WN], [1975-87].

Box 4, Folder 2

IASP [Subcommittee on taxonomy] [Correspondence; folder 1/2], [1980-88].

Box 4, Folder 3

IASP [Subcommittee on taxonomy] [Correspondence; folder 2/2], [1980-88].

Box 4, Folder 4

Taxonomy [Reis Lucipara] [Notes, correspondence], [1976-80].

Box 4, Folder 5

Lagendijk, Aphorisren, Dec./Jan [Printed four pages: Uitspraken van Dokter Lagendijk], 1972.

Box 4, Folder 6

The Wampanoag, Tonia II [Ships], [1968].

Box 4, Folder 7

First William Noordenbos Lecture [Lecture given by Paul E. Voorhoeve], [1988].

Box 2, Folder 31

Onderzoekingen door Professor Verhaart. Db Sie Peh Fiok. [Photo montages from Box X, Folder XX], [1956-60].

Box 2, Folder 32

[Acupuncture] [Oversize clippings from Box X, Folder XX]], [1972-83].

Box 5, Folder 1

BAUL, de HEUS, MILA [RESTRICTED] (Case histories) [Contains photos], [1976-77].

Box 5, Folder 2

Vezelspektra + Prgnt' [?] Weddell [RESTRICTED] (On fibrespectra) [contains photos], [1957-58].

Box 5, Folder 3

Seattle, Extra Copien [RESTRICTED] (Lectures for students) [correspondence, notes, typescripts in Dutch, , [1973-75].

Box 5, Folder 4

Pictures of cases, case histories [RESTRICTED] [Phantom limb pain; correspondence, questionnaires, notes], [1972-77].

Box 5, Folder 5

[Patient photos] [RESTRICTED] [Four patients], [nd].

Box 5, Folder 6

[Functions Remaining After Subtotal Section of the Cord. Part of the Left Antero-Lateral [RESTRICTED] [Individual patients' "Poliklinische Controle"], [1976].

Box 5, Folder 7

PAT [RESTRICTED] (Correspondence Pat Wall) [includes case histories], [1979].

Box 5, Folder 8

Patients [RESTRICTED] [Patient files], [nd].