Register of the Philip Randolph Lee Papers, 1947-1984

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Register of the Philip Randolph Lee Papers, 1947-1984

Collection number: MSS 91-1

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:
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Date Completed:
September 1998
Encoded by:
James Ryan
© 1998 The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Philip Randolph Lee Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1947-1984
Collection number: MSS 91-1
Creator: Lee, Philip Randolph
Extent: Number of containers: 20 cartons, 2 folders

Linear feet: approx. 25.00
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], Philip Randolph Lee Papers, MSS 91-1, Archives & Special Collections, UCSF Library & CKM

Biographical Statement

Philip Randolph Lee was Chancellor of the University of California San Francisco from 1969-71, and then became Director of the Health Policy Program (later expanded and renamed the Institute for Health Policy Studies) at UCSF (1972-1993). He left IHPS in 1993 to join the Clinton Administration as Assistant Secretary for Health in the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) (1993-1997) before returning to UCSF and the IHPS as Senior Advisor and Professor Emeritus (1997-). Lee had previously served as Assistant Secretary for Health and Scientific Affairs in the Department of Health Education and Welfare (DHEW) (1965-1969) under President Lyndon Baines Johnson, and as Director of Health Services at the Agency for International Development (USAID) (1963-1965). Lee has been an active lecturer, writer and teacher, as well as serving on numerous advisory boards and planning groups. He was licensed to practice medicine in California in 1948, New York in 1955 and Board Certified in Internal Medicine in 1956.

Family

Lee was born in San Francisco on April 17, 1924. His father was Russel Van Arsdale Lee, the founder of the Palo Alto Clinic in Palo Alto, California, and he was one of five children, all of whom went on to medical careers. He married Catherine Lockridge, an attorney, in 1953 and had 5 children. On February 9, 1980 Lee married Carroll Estes, Professor of Sociology and Chair of the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences in the School of Nursing at UCSF, and Director of the Aging Health Policy Research Center (later the Institute for Health and Aging) at UCSF's School of Nursing from 1979 to the present. Estes and Lee collaborated on a number of books and projects, including The Nation's Health (1984, 1997-5th ed.), chapters in Caring for the Elderly (1989), Eldercare: A Practical Guide to Gerontology (1981), and The Aging Enterprise (1979), and several working papers issued by the Institute for Health and Aging.

Education and Career Path

Lee received his bachelors degree and his M.D. from Stanford university in 1945 and 1948 respectively. He served his internship at Massachusetts Memorial hospital in Boston (1947-48) before returning to Stanford for his residency (1948-49). He served in the US Navel Reserve (1943-45, and 1949-51) and received a Navy Unit Citation for his service in the Korean Theater (1950-51). After completing his military service he became a Fellow at the Bellevue Medical Center, New York (1951-53) and the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota (1953-55). While serving as a Mayo Fellow he earned his Masters of Science degree from the University of Minnesota in 1955. From 1955-56, he was an Instructor and Assistant Clinical Professor at New York University School of Medicine. Lee returned to Palo Alto in 1956 and served as a Staff Member at the Palo Alto Medical Clinic and Assistant Clinical Professor, Stanford University.
In 1963 he took a leave of absence from both of these positions and headed to Washington for a position as Director of Health Services in the Office of Technical Cooperation and Research at the Agency for International Development (USAID) (1963-1965). In 1965 he resigned from the Palo Alto Clinic to take a position in the Johnson Administration. First appointed as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Health and Scientific Affairs in the Department of Health Education and Welfare, he was promoted to Assistant Secretary a few months later. He retained this position until the end of Johnson administration when he accepted the position of Chancellor at UCSF. His nomination as chancellor was not without controversy with the San Francisco Medical Society and the California Medical Association proposing an alternate candidate. Ronald Reagan and a number of regents also opposed his appointment. Lee, however, was the choice of the campus administration and was strongly supported by former California Lieutenant Governor Robert Finch (the secretary of DHEW under Nixon) who used his conservative credentials to help ensure the appointment, though he also asked for the appointment to be postponed briefly so that Lee could finish working on the DHEW reorganization project. He served as Chancellor until the end of 1972 when he resigned to establish the Health Policy Program (later expanded and renamed the Institute for Health Policy Studies) at UCSF. In making this change Lee stated his desire to devote more time to his main interests: patient care, teaching and health policy research. Lee was recalled to public service by the Clinton administration as Assistant Secretary for Health in the Department of Health and Human Services from 1993-1997. Lee continues his work in public policy as Institute for Health Policy Studies Senior Advisor to the School of Medicine and Professor Emeritus.

Research and Professional Contributions

Lee's earliest research and writing was in rehabilitation, arthritis and cardiovascular disease. He was also very concerned with the public service aspects of medicine and wider social issues. In the early 1960s, Lee became a dissenting voice in the medical establishment when he broke with American Medical Association (AMA) official policy and actively campaigned for the passage of Medicare. He was also a founding member of the Chowder and Marching Society, an oddly named organization of progressive members of the medical community from across California. Later in Washington, D.C. he worked with the AMA to clarify Medicare regulations and policies and simplify reporting requirements. During 1968 and 1969 he oversaw a massive restructuring of the Department of Health Education and Welfare and federal health services.
In 1961 Lee went on a Medical Ecology Mission to the Soviet Union. He wrote an article about this trip, "The Organization of Health Services in the Soviet Union", published in the May 1962, Stanford Medical Bulletin. In 1963 he moved to Washington to join the staff of the Agency for International Development (USAID), as Director of Health Services in the Office of Technical Cooperation and Research. His work at the USAID helped hone his international health policy interests. While at the USAID Lee gave a series of speeches on the AID and international development , wrote an article on Nephrology, and worked with the Rockefeller Foundation Advisory Board to arrange a meeting in Dakar.
When Lee accepted the position in the Department of Health Education and Welfare, his focus returned to domestic health policy, but he never lost his interest in international health, especially as related to domestic issues. It was during this period that his interests in family planning, health manpower issues, allied health provider issues, civil rights, and health access blossomed. From 1965-1967, Lee's first two years as assistant secretary, Congress passed an unprecedented amount of health legislation. As a result of the reorganization project, the Public Health Service and the Surgeon General came under the control of Lee's office.
During his tenure as chancellor, Lee oversaw the creation of affirmative action policies and advocated for an increase in minority students at UCSF. To rectify the health manpower shortage of the late 1960s, he was deeply interested in issues concerning the training of physicians and allied health professionals. Lee traced the minority admissions deficit to both passive and active discouragement of minority students from going into the health professions. Recruitment, including working to improve pre-medical classes at community college and undergraduate levels, increasing the summer programs at UCSF, and other community outreach projects, became a major focus of his term as Chancellor.
Lee was a major force in UCSF's increasing commitment to research and public service. Research, he said in his Inaugural Address, needed to be done into how "social, psychological and environmental forces" relate to health and disease. Medical and health issues could not be separated from poverty and the changing urban structures of American life. This led to his interest in less traditional treatment modalities and his friendship with Werner Earhardt, the founder of EST (Earhardt Seminar Training). He also encouraged the study of ways to create "new models" for the delivery of health care. Besides his early and continued championing of Medicare, he also showed interest in the idea of national and pre-paid health insurance. These concerns are also evident in his ongoing research interests in family planning, drug and alcohol abuse, and the dangers of tobacco.
Lee championed the San Francisco campus during UC-wide financial difficulties and challenged the governor's finance department's auditors report. The period between 1969 and 1972, during which Lee was Chancellor, was also a volatile time politically for colleges and universities across the country. UCSF was no exception, though it was more subdued than the University of California at Berkeley. Lee dealt with controversial issues including responses to the Vietnam War and Governor Reagan's three day closure of all UC campuses, as well as a LSD symposium, and student use of the computer center to print political pamphlets. Lee also served as an evaluator of the University of Ohio's medical program and was involved in reviewing proposals concerning the nation's Public Health Service Hospitals. However, as he wrote to a friend, the chancellor position was even more work than his DHEW job had been. Lee wanted time to adequately pursue his primary interests in health policy development, research, and teaching so he tendered his resignation as Chancellor in February 1972.
To pursue these interests, Lee founded the Health Policy Program (HPP) in 1972. In 1977 HPP, now called the Institute for Health Policy Studies (IHPS), was awarded a five-year grant as the national Health Services Policy Analysis Center by the National Center for Health Services Research, Department of Health, Education and Welfare. In 1981 the Institute was officially designated as an organized research unit within the University of California. The Institute has a tripartite mission: to conduct policy-oriented research into health issues; apply research findings to health policy issues; and to provide education and training opportunities in health policy research.
During his time as director of the IHPS, Lee produced the majority of his written work co-authoring 10 books and numerous book chapters, monographs, and articles. Lee's major research projects during this period included an international drug study that led to his 1982 book, Prescriptions for Death: The Drugging of the Third World, and work with the Human Sexuality Program's Cleveland Project --a study of the development of sexual knowledge and attitudes. Lee also became interested in issues of aging and worked with Carroll Estes on a number of research projects and monographs. He taught classes in bioethics and served on numerous boards of directors and advisory committees, at both local and federal levels. In 1985 he became the first president of the San Francisco Health Commission and became involved in AIDS issues. Lee remained director of the IHPS until 1993, when at the urging of the Clinton administration he again took up the mantle of Assistant Secretary in the renamed Department of Health and Human Services. He returned to UC in 1997 as Senior Advisor to the School of Medicine and Professor Emeritus based at the IHPS. He retains his national and international research and consultation activities.

Speeches

Throughout his career Lee has been an inveterate speech maker and these documents reveal the broad range of his interests. Many of these speeches were also published as articles in a variety of popular and medical/scientific journals. Topics covered include: "The Rehabilitation of the Rheumatic Child" (1957), "Health Aspects of the USAID Program" (1963), "Population, Public Health and International Development" (1965), "Creative Federalism and Public Health --New Patterns (1966), "Population Growth--Problems, Progress, Prognosis (1967), "Has the World Grown Too Small," "Health and the City," and "Toward a Dream of World Health" (1968), "Equal Opportunity--A Reality for Minority Students in the Health Professions? and "Health Services and an Optimum Level of Population--Are We Part of the Solution or Part of the Problem? (1969), "The University Medical Center and Urban Crisis" and "Child Health -Who Cares" (1970), "National Health Insurance --Problems, Proposals and Policies" (1971), "Is There a Future for Family Medicine? (1973).
Lee gave speeches at universities, medical conferences, professional organizations, political groups, community groups and more. Besides speeches to groups and organizations Lee also appeared on several of Oakland television station, KTVU, Channel 2's "Doctor's News Conferences." This series of shows concerned current medical issues and featured Lee and other local medical experts.

Publications

Lee has authored more than 150 articles, as well as co-authoring numerous books, book chapters, and monographs. He co-authored two books and a monograph on rehabilitation: Cardiovascular Rehabilitation (1957), Rehabilitation of the Cardiovascular Patient (1958), and An Evaluation of Rehabilitation of Patients with Hemiparesis or Hemiplegia Due to Cerebral Vascular Disease (1958). His next book, the 1972 Politics of Health, co-edited with Douglass Carter, was created during his years as chancellor, but the rest of his books and monographs come from his years at the IHPS. Lee was author or co-author of: Notes on a Visit to China (1973), Pills, Profits, and Politics (1974), Deliberations and Compromise: The Health Professions Educational Assistance Act of 1976 (1977), Primary Care in a Specialized World (1976), Abortion Politics: Private Morality and Public Policy (1981), Exercise and Health: The Evidence and the Implications (1981), Pills and the Public Purse (1981), Prescriptions for Death: The Drugging of the Third World (1982), Drugs and the Elderly: Clinical, Social, and Policy Perspectives (1988), and The Nation's Health (1st ed. 1981, 5th edition 1997), Bad Medicine (1992)
Besides these books Lee also served as author or co-author of a numerous Policy Papers and Working Papers issued by the IHPS or the Aging Health Policy Center. Titles from this series, on which he is listed as co-author, include: Nutrition Policy and the Elderly (1983), Drugs and the Elderly: A Background Paper (1983), Policy Developments in the Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Services Programs (1983), Lifetime Fitness and Exercise for Older People (1983), Public Policy, the Private Non Profit Sector and the Delivery of Community Based Longterm Care Services for the Elderly (1986), and Federal Cap on Medicaid Expenditures Impact on Long Term Care for the Elderly (1981). He is also listed as co-principal investigator, though not author, on Organizational and Community Responses to Medicare Policy: Consequences for Health and Social Services For the Elderly : Final Report. He contributed chapters to books ranging from The Aging Enterprise to The American Hospital System and AIDS: Public Policy Dimensions, and articles to medical, legal, and public policy journals as well as more popular media.
As educator, research, writer, and policy maker, Philip Randolph Lee contributed to a wide range of health issues and worked to create new responses to the major health policy and manpower issues of the period.

Honors and Awards

  • Young Man of the Year, Palo Alto Junior Chamber of Commerce --1962
  • Superior Honor Award, Agency for International Development --1965
  • Honorary Degree (Sc.D.), MacMurray College, Jacksonville, Illinois --1967
  • Hilleboe prize in Public Health --1968.
  • Secretary's Special Citation, Department of Health Education an Welfare --1969
  • Certificate of Honor, San Francisco Board of Supervisors --1972
  • Hugo Schaefer Medal, American Pharmacy Association --1976
  • Kaiser Senior Fellow, Center for Advanced Study in Behavioral Sciences --1980-81
  • Honorary Degree (Ph.D.), Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel --??

Professional Organizations

  • American Medical Association
  • American Public Health Association
  • American College of Physicians
  • American Federation of Clinical Research
  • Association of American Medical Colleges
  • Alpha Omega Alpha --[ gave speeches there too]
  • American Association for the Advancement of Science
  • American Geriatrics Society
  • California Society of Internal Medicine
  • Institute of Medicine --National Academy of Sciences
  • Society for Research and Education in primary Care Internal Medicine.

Professional and Civic Service

1960-61 Chairman, Senior Citizens Division, Executive Board, Community Council of Northern Santa Clara County, California
1960-63 Board of Directors, Palo Alto Medical Research Foundation
1960-65 Board of Directors, Channing House, Palo Alto, California
1960-61 Chairman, Senior Citizens Division, Executive Board, Community Council of Northern Santa Clara County, California.
1961 Advisory Committee on Aged and Handicapped Services, Santa Clara County Department of Welfare.
1968-71 Harvard Visiting Committee, School of Medicine and School of Dental Medicine
1969-70 Commission on Foundations and Private Philanthropies
1969-70 Technical Advisory Committee, Carnegie Commission on Higher Education
1970-72 Board of Directors, San Francisco Planing and Urban Renewal Association
1971-? Board of Directors, World Without War Council
1971-72 Board of Directors, National Medical Fellowships
1971-75 Board of Directors, Mayo Foundation
1971-79 Board of Directors, Carnegie Corporation
1974-76 Chairman, Board of Trustees, The Foundation for the Realization of Man
1974-76 Chairman, Health Services Development Grants Study Section, National Center for Health Services Research, Department of Health, Education and Welfare
1977-78 National Commission on Smoking and Public Policy
1978-80 National Council on Health Planning & Development
1980-? Co-Director, Institute on Health & Aging, School of Nursing, UCSF
1984-93 Board of Directors, World Institute on Disability
1983-86 Member, Population Committee, National Research Council, National Academy of Science
1985-89 President, Health Commission, City and County of San Francisco
1986-93 Chair, Physician Payment Review Commission, established by US Congress

Scope and Content

Summary

This collection documents Philip Randolph Lee's career as a health policy researcher and administrator. It includes speeches and articles from the early years of his career, including his 1955 master's thesis. The bulk of the collection concerns his years of government and UC service until 1983. There are extensive Correspondence and Speech files for his years as Assistant Secretary at the Department of Health Education and Welfare and as Chancellor of UCSF. There is Correspondence, Speech and Subject/Publication files for his first eleven years as director of the Institute for Health Policy Studies (IHPS) and its predecessor (HPP). There are no materials from his second stint as Assistant Secretary in the Department of Health and Human Services (1993-97) or as Professor Emeritus and Senior Advisor at UCSF (post 1997).
Major topics or issues addressed in the collection include: rehabilitation, family planning, health manpower issues, maternal and child health, Medicare, reorganization of DHEW, administration of UCSF, implementation of affirmative action policies at UCSF, HMOs and other group practice and prepaid health insurance options, public health service hospitals, and federal health policy.
Other Philip R. Lee materials may be found at the Johnson Presidential Library (see letter from Lee to the Chester A. Newland, Director, Johnson Presidential Library, January 27, 1970). More information on Lee and his career can be found in the Philip Randolph Lee Oral History being conducted by the UCSF History of Health Science program. A copy of this Oral History will be deposited in the UCSF Library and CKM Archives and Special Collections upon completion.

Series

The collection is divided into 5 chronological series corresponding to Lee's changing institutional connections:
Title: I: Early Career, II: USAID, III: DHEW, IV: Chancellor of UCSF
, and
Title: V: IHPS
. Each of these series is divided into several subseries based on document type: Correspondence, Speeches, Articles, Subject Files. These subseries are arranged chronologically with the exception of the Subject files which are arranged intellectually as well as chronologically.
The
Title: Early Career Series
documents the period from his graduate studies until his first federal government position. Besides his University of Minnesota Master's Thesis this series includes information on the Chowder and Marching Society, a group of physicians from all over California who were interested in group practice and other innovative healthcare concepts in the early 1960s, and materials documenting his interest and work in the field of rehabilitation. Also included is a diary from his 1961 Medical Ecology Mission to the Soviet Union. Most of the documents in this series relate to his work at the Palo Alto Clinic and as Faculty at Stanford University. This series is divided into three subseries: Speeches, Articles, and Miscellaneous.
The
Title: USAID Series
includes materials dealing with his two years of work as Director of the Health Service in the Office of Human Resources and Social Development. There is no official AID correspondence within this series but extensive correspondence with colleagues in California, on a variety of topics of interest, and with various professional organizations. The speeches and articles in this series, for the most part, deal directly with his USAID work and concern international health and health education.
The
Title: DHEW Series
is one of the largest series in the collection due, in part, to its large correspondence subseries. Lee had wide-ranging duties as Assistant Secretary for Health and Science in the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. The majority of this series consists of Lee's chronological correspondence and shows the sheer daily volume of federal governmental correspondence and a cross-section of the duties of the office. Some routine and repetitive correspondence concerning the issuing of licensing of blood products has been weeded from the collection. There is also correspondence with his friends in California and elsewhere. Major topics included in this series are Family Planning, Medicare, Health Manpower, and the reorganization of the Department of Health Education and Welfare. The series also documents more than 140 speeches made by Lee during his four years at DHEW. Lee also retained many subject files that included numerous government documents and compilations relating to his work at DHEW. These include summaries of legislation, DHEW policy goals and senate briefing booklets. Also included are materials concerning family planning and maternal and child health care issues.
The
Title: Chancellor Series
includes extensive chronological official correspondence, some personal correspondence and correspondence with professional groups and organizations. The majority of this correspondence consists of carbon copies of outgoing correspondence. There are also speech and article files, though not as extensive as in the DHEW series. The subject subseries documents Lee's extra-chancellery interests, including evaluation of medical programs for the Ohio Board of Regents and Harvard University and work on a Public Health Service Hospital Conversion Project. Correspondence includes information on the organization of the Sun Valley Symposia, as well as his continuing interest in health policy issues along with his chancellery duties. Major internal (UCSF) issues addressed include budget, long-range planning, staffing, and curriculum issues. Of special interest are Lee's attention to the question of minority admissions and the creation of affirmative action policies on campus. Lee was also chancellor during a time of national turmoil. Issues connected to the Vietnam war, war protests, Kent State are treated in letters and speeches. There are also reports Lee received connected to the Public Health Service Hospital Conversion Project.
The final series covers the first 11 years of the
Title: Institute of Health Policy Studies (IHPS)
including its founding as the Health Policy Program in 1972 through its designation as the national Health Services Policy Analysis Center and its official designation as an organized research unit within the University of California. The correspondence in this series, again, consists primarily of carbons of outgoing correspondence. Topics covered include discussion of Lee's and the Institute's teaching programs, Lee's involvement with the Sun Valley Forum (also documented in the Chancellor series), the Human Sexuality Program, drug dumping and the Third World Drug Study, and other social and medical issues. There is some material on Lee's 1973 Medical Mission to China. Also included are research files and draft copies of several of Lee's major books: Pills and the Public Purse, Drugs and Elderly, and Deliberations and Compromise.
The Early Career and the IHPS Series break somewhat from the main organizational pattern. In the Early Career Series, there is no correspondence subseries instead some correspondence can be found in the Miscellany subseries at the end of the series. The IHPS subseries does not include an Articles subseries, but draft manuscripts for several monographs can be found in the Subject/Publication subseries.
Across the collection, the four Correspondence subseries are approximately half of the collection and covers the years from 1963-83. The majority of the correspondence consists of carbons of outgoing letters including official DHEW and Chancellor's Office correspondence. Some incoming correspondence is found in each of the correspondence subseries. Incoming correspondence is also found in the subject and speeches subseries.
The second largest subseries are the Speeches subseries. This subseries consists of information pertaining to the myriad of speeches delivered by Lee at various points in his career. Several of the Speeches subseries are made up of two overlapping filing runs. One consists of speech files that list an individual speaking event and contains some combination of speech draft, correspondence, reprints, and background material used to prepare the speech or about the organization being addressed. The other consists of a numbered chronological list of the speeches and then manuscripts of the speeches in numerical order. These speech books are not complete.
Several items have been removed from the collection, primarily published government documents removed from the DHEW and IHPS subject files, these items can be found in any Federal Depository Library and several are also found in the UCSF library catalog. Items removed from the collection:
  • The Budget of the United States Government for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30 1966: Appendix. Washington, DC : US Government Printing Office, 1965.
  • The Budget of the United States Government Fiscal Year 1969: Appendix. Washington, DC : US Government Printing Office, 1968.
  • Report of the National Advisory Commission on Health Manpower. Volume 1 & 2 November 1967. Washington, DC : US Government Printing Office, 1967 (2 copies)
  • Drug Regulation Reform Act of 1978 : Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Health and Scientific Research of the Committee on Human Resources, United States Senate, Ninety-fifth Congress, Second Session on S. 2755. Part 1 & 2. Washington : US Government Printing Office, 1978
  • Drug Regulation Act of 1979: Report of the Committee on Labor and Human Resources, United States Senate, to Accompany S. 1075 together with Additional Views. 96th Congress, 1st Session, Report No. 96-321, Calendar No. 334. Washington: US Government Printing Office, 1o79
  • Drug Regulation Reform Act of 1978 : The Administration Proposal : Section-By-Section Analysis, H.R. 11611 and S. 2755, 95th Congress, Second Session. [Washington : Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare], 1978
  • Administered Prices. Hearings Before The Subcommittee on Antitrust and Monopoly of The Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, Eighty-Fifth Congress, First Session. Part 14, 17, 18, 20, 23 (Volume 1 & 2), 24 (Volume 1 & 2) Washington, US Government Printing Office, 1957-

Series Description

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Series I: Early Career, 1947-1963

Scope and Content Note

This series includes materials that document Philip Randolph Lee's career until his employment with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) in 1963. It consists primarily of speeches and articles written by Lee during this period and is divided into three subseries: Speeches, Articles, and Miscellaneous. There is no separate correspondence subseries though correspondence dealing with specific speeches or events appear in many of the speech and miscellaneous folders.
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Subseries 1. Speeches (1947-1963, n.d.)

Scope and Content Note

Lee's early speeches delivered to a variety of audiences including: Rotary Clubs, medical societies, and Seminars. The earliest speech is hand written later ones are typescript. Some folders also include reprints or preprints of published speeches, handwritten notes, multiple drafts or versions of a speech, and correspondence concerning the speech. At least one speech also has photographic illustrations.
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Subseries 2. Articles (1953-1962)

Scope and Content Note

This subseries includes articles primarily for scholarly medical journals such as: Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Journal of the American Medical Association, Clinical Medicine, American Heart Journal, and others. One article is noted as having been submitted to The Reporter but not printed. The articles are arranged chronologically. Most of the folders contain handwritten or typescript draft of the article, several also contain preprints or reprints, a few only contain printed versions, and some also include correspondence.
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Subseries 3. Miscellaneous (1955-1961, n.d.)

Scope and Content Note

Of special interest is the diary of his 1961 Medical Ecology Mission to the USSR. This group diary/report was written by various members of the mission. Lee's article on this trip, "The Organization of Health Services in the Soviet Union" published in Stanford Medical Bulletin, can be found in the Articles Subseries. It also includes a copy of Lee's 1955 master's thesis: The Influence of Varying Concentrations of Sodium Chloride on the Rate of Water Absorption form the Upper Part of the Gastro-Intestinal Tract of Normal Human Subjects submitted in April 1955 to the Faculty of the Graduate school of the University of Minnesota. Also found in this subseries are correspondence and minutes pertaining to Lee's involvement with the formation of a medical issues discussion group first called the Committee on Health and Medical Care for California in 1962 and later referred to as the Chowder and Marching Society; and a 1961 symposium on cardiovascular disease.
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Series II: United States Agency for International Development (USAID), 1963-1965

Scope and Content Note

The smallest series in the collection, this series documents the two years Lee worked at the United States Agency for International Development. as Director, Health Service, Office of Human Resources and Social Development It includes Correspondence, Speeches and Articles written by Lee during these years and is divided into two subseries: Correspondence and Speeches/Articles/Meetings. No official AID correspondence is included in this series, though most of the speeches seem to be directly related to his AID work.
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Subseries 1. Correspondence (1963-1965)

Scope and Content Note

This series is comprised of two alphabetical sequences and includes both incoming and outgoing correspondence. One covering April 1963 -December 1964, and one for January -August 1965. This series is made up of personal and professional correspondence created during his time at USAID. Correspondence with friends and colleagues include some details about his work, gossip and discussions on a variety of topics. There are also letters concerning Lee's continuing connections with a variety of professional organizations.
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Subseries 2. Speeches/Articles/Meetings (1963-1965)

Scope and Content Note

The speeches in this series all concern the work of the AID and international health and health education issues. This subseries also includes one article on neuropathy (published in the Annals of Internal Medicine) and arrangement and background materials from a Rockefeller Foundation sponsored meeting in Dakar in 1965.
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Series III: Department of Health Education and Welfare (DHEW), 1965-1969

Scope and Content Note

This series documents Lee's work at the Department of Health, Education and Welfare, during the Johnson Administration. He became Deputy Assistant Secretary in August 1965 and was promoted to Assistant Secretary for Health and Science two months later. He left DHEW in February 1969 to become Chancellor of UCSF. This series includes official DHEW correspondence, as well as some of Lee's professional and personal correspondence. It also includes Speeches, Articles and Subject Files.
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Subseries 1. Correspondence (1965-1969)

Scope and Content Note

The majority of the subseries consists of chronologically arranged files of official DHEW Correspondence (August 1995-December 1968), which is succeeded by alphabetically arranged files covering December 1968-February 1969, labeled "Washington Correspondence." Also included in this subseries is a file labeled "Personal Correspondence" (11965-1969) and several folders of subject correspondence (1965-1968).
o The DHEW correspondence primarily consists of carbon copies of official outgoing correspondence and memorandums from Philip Lee's office, including routine correspondence and materials signed by subordinates during Lee's absence from the office. The earliest folders in this sub-subseries were labeled as "Reading Files" (later as "Da Log") and they do contain some incoming correspondence and/or background materials. Some handwritten notes can also be found. The documents in this subseries discuss a wide range of topics from rural health to wine as medicine and include licenses for drug and blood product production. Major topics discussed include Family Planning, Medicare, and Health Manpower issues. The Civil Rights Act of 1965 is mentioned in a letter from November 18th of that year, and reorganization of the DHEW is major topic of discussion 1968, as is contingency planning for the Poor People's March (April -May). [Interfiled with the bulk of the correspondence were copies of licenses for the production of blood products, the majority of these have been retained, but a 1968 change in the official name of one of these projects required all previous permits to be canceled and reissued, most of these have been removed.]
o Personal correspondence consists of one folder and includes materials concerning his appointment to the DHEW position, non-DHEW professional activities, resignation from the DHEW and other materials.
o Subject correspondence includes folders containing information on his connections with a variety of professional organizations and are arranged alphabetically by organization or by letter.
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Subseries 2. Speeches (1965-1969)

Scope and Content Note

This subseries documents Lee's speaking appearances during his time at DHEW. Lee made more than 140 appearances during this period covering a wide range of subjects at national, state and local medical, dental and allied health professional meetings, international conferences, and universities, as well as community, social and political meetings. Lee kept two parallel files documenting these speeches: speech files and speech books. There is also one folder of "Congressional Statements" from May 1966-September 1968.
o The Speech files are the larger of the two, arranged chronologically and labeled with the name of the event and location of the speech. Most of the folders contain one or more drafts of the speech. Many also contain correspondence, notes, reprints and/or background information used to create the speech.
o The Speech books were kept in binders with a numbered speech list and then a single typed or printed copy of each speech in numeric order. This series has a more complete run than the Speech Files but does not include the supplementary material found in those files.
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Subseries 3. Articles (1966-1969)

Scope and Content Note

Compared to speeches (many of which were also published) Lee wrote very few articles during this period. There are 24 individual Article files and 3 folders of articles (similar to the speech books) in reverse chronological order. Most of these articles were published in medical and allied health journals, but there is also one article published in Trial Magazine and two folders appear to be contributions to a book The Role of Government in Medicine.
Carton 9-12

Subseries 4. Subject Files (1933-1969)

Scope and Content Note

The Subject Files subseries includes materials Lee collected while at DHEW. Most are connected directly to his DHEW activities. They include compilations of information on Health, Education and Welfare connected legislation passed from 1933-1968; Information on DHEW goals, programs and finances; Recipients of DHEW assistance; Program issues; and materials on a variety of Health and Welfare related task forces including crime, the environment, and occupational health issues. Briefing booklets for Senate Hearings on Health Insurance, Health Manpower issues, Medical care cost, National Institutes of Health and more. There is also a large quantity of material concerning Family Planing and Maternal and Child health issues.
Carton 12-15

Series IV: Chancellor, University of California San Francisco (1969-1973)

Scope and Content Note

This series covers the three years that Lee served as the Chancellor of the University of California San Francisco. He became Chancellor in February 1969 and served during a very volatile and dynamic period before resigning at the end of 1972 in order to start the Health Policy Program (which later became the Institute of Health Policy Studies). These materials are divided into several subseries: Correspondence, Speeches, Articles, Subject Files.
Carton 12-14

Subseries 1. Correspondence (1969-1973)

Scope and Content Note

The majority of this subseries consists of carbon copies of outgoing correspondence, internal memorandums and memos to file. The exception is three folders of transition correspondence found at the end of the subseries. These folders contain incoming as well as outgoing correspondence concerning his resignation as chancellor and major illness at the end of 1972, as well as one folder of correspondence concerning his involvement with a report on the state of medical education in Ohio.
The bulk of the subseries consists of official correspondence from the chancellor's office to staff, faculty, community and others. It includes materials signed by secretaries and others as well as by Lee. It is arranged chronologically. Besides documenting Lee's activities as chancellor this correspondence also shows his continued interest in national policy issues, including family planning, health manpower issues, National Health Insurance, national health services, Medicare and food stamps. Major UCSF topics discussed in the collection include: the creation of affirmative action programs at UCSF, policy and program issues including the discussion the Langley Porter Neuropsychiatric Institute and cooperation with Children's Hospital and the Veterans Administration, responses to the Vietnam war and protests, drug issues, involvement of UCSF in a prepaid medical plan, and various other short and long-term planning issues. Of special note are letters discussing the Vietnam Day Moratorium (Oct. 15, 1969), Kent State (May 26 and 28, 1970), a draft of EEO policy statement (June 17, 1970), and a detailed response to university council regarding "Nondiscrimination and Reverse Discrimination --Student Admissions on the Basis of Race" (Oct. 23, 1970). During this period he was also involved in planning the Sun Valley Forum, concerned with the neighborhood surrounding the UCSF campus and involved with the Haight Ashbury Neighborhood Association, and working on a book about prescription drugs.
Carton 14

Subseries 2. Speeches (1969-1973)

Scope and Content Note

Speeches make up a much smaller proportion of this series and are represented by the Speech books and two folders documenting individual speeches. Books were compiled for speeches delivered in 1969, 1970, and 1971-73. The individual speeches include testimony before the Senate committee on Veterans Affairs in 1971 and undated speech entitled: "Health Planning: A View from the Top."
Carton 14-15

Subseries 3. Subject Files (1971)

Scope and Content Note

This subseries includes materials from Lee's extra-chancellery activities and interests including his interest in the Harvard Medical school, the National Advisory Committee on Health, and the Public Health Service Hospital Conversion project. Materials include agendas, reports, and proposals created by the agencies or institutions involved with the projects.
Carton 15-20

Series V: Health Policy Program/Institute of Health Policy Studies, 1973-1983

Scope and Content Note

Lee resigned as Chancellor in 1973, but remained at UCSF to establish the Health Policy Program (HPP) and serve as the program's first director. Reorganization as an Organized Research Group, called the Institute for Health Policy Studies (IHPS), was first mentioned in correspondence dated September 1977, but the letterhead does not reflect this change until August 1981. In 1977 the HPP was also designated the National Health Services Policy Analysis Center by the federal government.
Carton 15-17

Subseries 1. Correspondence (1973-1983)

Scope and Content Note

The correspondence in this subseries is primarily consists of carbons of outgoing correspondence with some internal memorandums and memos to file and occasional incoming letters and background materials. Materials in this subseries document his administrative, teaching and research activities. Topics discussed include: ethics and bioethics courses, Sun Valley Forum, Human Sexuality Program, Politics, staff recruitment, world Institute on Disability, Smoking, medical consequences of nuclear war, Cambodian refugee issues, prescription drugs and drug dumping. Also mentioned is Lee's trip with the Medical Mission to China in June/July 1973. Lee was also a friend of Werner Earhardt and there are several letters discussing EST and its surrounding controversies. Some letters from his sabbatical in 1980-81 sabbatical are on Center for Advanced Study in Behavioral Sciences --Stanford stationery.
Carton 17-20

Subseries 2. Publication & Subject Files (1973-1983)

Scope and Content Note

This subseries includes drafts of several books by Lee and the research files used to create the books. The research files consist primarily of reprints, clippings and papers of others used as background. Some folders also include correspondence, notes or reports sent to Lee. Manuscripts included are Pills and the Public Purse, Primary Care in a Specialized World, Drugs and the Elderly, and Deliberations and Compromise. Also included in this subseries are files concerning the IHPS's Third World Drug Study. This study and other research files served as background material for Lee's book Prescriptions for Death: The Drugging of the Third World, but there is no draft manuscript of this book in this collection. The file on the Pharmaceutical Export Reform Act, includes a discussion of Genentech's legislative initiative "to change existing statutory prohibitions against the export of unproved new drugs." Other major topics include the Cleveland Project of the Project on Human Sexual Development and a 1978 Briefing book on the National Institute of Health.

Container List

 

Series I: Early Career, 1947-1963.

 

Subseries 1: Speeches

Folder Carton 1, Box 1

Relation of Adrenal Cortex to Essential Hypertension 1947

Folder 2

Aureomycin September 30, 1949

Folder 3

ACTH and Cortisone March 17, 1950

Folder 4

Current Concepts of Heart Failure December 14, 1954

Folder 5

Self-Help Devices for the Arthritic Patient January 1, 1955

Folder 6

The Influence of Various Concentrations of Sodium Chloride on the Rate of Absorption of Water from the Stomach and Small Bowel of Human Beings June 3-4, 1955

Folder 7

Hamilton, Ontario, Rotary Club Speech June 23, 1955

Folder 8

The Cardiac in Industry September 7, 1955

Folder 9

Rehabilitation of the Arthritic September 8, 1955

Folder 10

The Nurses Role in Rehabilitation October 5, 1955

Folder 11

Cardiovascular Rehabilitation November 10, 1955

Folder 12

Cardiovascular Rehabilitation, Columbus, Ohio November 15, 1955

Folder 13

Cardiovascular Rehabilitation, Chicago Heart Association November 15, 1955

Folder 14

Heavy Water Papers and Talks, Mayo Clinic December, 1955

Folder 15

Clinical Aspects of Cerebral Vascular Disease, Teaching Clinic -- New Hampshire February 29, 1956

Folder 16

Conference on Cerebral Vascular Disease -- New Hampshire Heart Association June 6, 1956

Folder 17

Princeton Conference [Second Conference on Cerebral Vascular Disease of the American Heart Association] January 16-18, 1957

Folder 18

Post Graduate Course -- LA [Socio Economic Factors of Medical Care] January 15, 1958

Folder 19

Medical Problems of Mutual Interest to the Physician and Dentist March 21, 1957

Folder 20

California APTA [American Physical Therapy Association] Convention March 22, 1958

Folder 21

American College of Chest Physicians Roundtable Luncheon [moderator] June 21, 1958

Folder 22

Rehabilitation of the Patient with Cardiovascular Disease, California League for Nursing November 20, 1958

Folder 23

How the Nursing Homes of the Country Can Get More Rehabilitation Services for their Patients, American Nursing Home Association Meeting September 10, 1958

Folder 24

Doctor's News Conference -- Arthritis [KTVU- Channel 2] December 9, 1958

Folder 25

Post Graduate Course -- Rehabilitation of the Cardiac, American College of Physicians April 13-15, 1959

Folder 26

Rehabilitation of the Patient with Chronic Disease, San Mateo County Public Health Nurses May 5, 1959

Folder 27

Rehabilitation of the Patient with Rheumatoid Arthritis, Stanford Symposium September 17-18, 1959

Folder 28

The Management of Arthritis, Tacoma, Washington October 14, 1959

Folder 29

National Problems of Chronic Disease and Rehabilitation, California Hospital Annual Meeting October 21, 1959

Folder 30

California Challenge -- The Disabled and the Elderly, Fairmont Hospital December 1, 1959

Folder 31

Rehabilitation of the Patient with Hemiplegia due to Cerebral Vascular Disease January 12, 1960

Folder 32

Vocational Rehabilitation Conference June 10-11, 1960

Folder 33

Palo Alto Hospital Staff -- Special Meeting June 28, 1960

Folder 34

Medical and Physical Health of the Senior Citizen, YWCA November 12, 1960

Folder 35

Nursing Home Operations Speech, San Mateo November 14, 1960

Folder 36

Medical and Physical Treatment of Arthritis and Bursitis, Symposium American Academy of General Practice May 10, 1961

Folder 37

Medical Care for the Aged, Palo Alto June 19, 1961

Folder 38

Medical Care for the Aged -- Current Problems and Possible Solutions, New America Democratic Club of San Francisco June 27, 1961

Folder 39

Testimony Before the House Ways and Means Committee, Bay Area Committee for Medical Aid to the Aged through Social Security August 2, 1961

Folder 40

Medical Care for the Aged -- Panel, Sioux Falls, South Dakota 1961

Folder 41

Open End -- Panel Discussion January 2, 1962

Folder 42

Rehabilitation of the Patient with a Completed Stroke, National Stroke Conference, Chicago February 14, 1962

Folder 43

Medical Care for the Aged -- Current Problems & Possible Solutions, San Jose Lions Club February 20, 1962

Folder 44

Group Practice, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia April 13, 1962

Folder 45

What are the Components of Medical Care that Affect its Quality? -- County Medical Consultants & County Welfare Directors, San Francisco April 26, 1962

Folder 46

Financing Health Care for the Aged through Social Security, Town Hall, Los Angeles, California May 15, 1962

Folder 47

Medical Care, Political Science Class, Stanford University June 1, 1962

Folder 48

Rheumatoid Arthritis Symposium, Stanford University June 2, 1962

Folder 49

Debates: Alameda - Contra Cost Press Club, Doctors News Conference June, 13, 21, 25, 1962

Folder 50

Gerontology, Its Problems and Potentials in Our Area, California Retired Teachers Association, San Mateo June 19, 1962

Folder 51

Doctors News Conference -- Medicare - For and Against [KTVU - Channel 2] June 25, 1962

Folder 52

Medicare for Senior Citizens, San Francisco Jewish Community Center July 11, 1962

Folder 53

Medicare and Role of Government in Medicine July 23, 1962

Folder 54

The Role of Government in Medicine, Morning Forum, Los Altos, California October 2, 1962

Folder 55

New Legislative Approaches to Medical Care for the Aged, American Public Health Association October 18, 1962

Folder 56

Principles and Priorities for Improving Health Care for Large Groups of People, Western Conference of Teamsters, Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, California October 30, 1962

Folder 57

Medical Needs of Modern Society, Palo Alto Forum November 17, 1962

Folder 58

Medical Care for the Aged, University of Utah March 1, 1963

Folder 59

The Role of Government in Medicine, Saturday Morning Club, Palo Alto, California March 8, 1963

Folder 60

Pleural Rubs in Tietzes Syndrome n.d.

 

Subseries 2: Articles

Box Carton 1, Folder 61

Rehabilitation in the Treatment of the Patient with Rheumatoid Arthritis, Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation March 1953

Folder 62

Observations on the Antirheumatic and Physiologic Effects of Phenylbutazone..., The American Journal of Medicine February 1954

Folder 63

The Chronic Rheumatoid Cripple: Rehabilitation Assets and Deficits, Bulletin on Rheumatic Diseases March 1954

Folder 64

The Chronic Rheumatoid Arthritic: Psychological Factors in Rehabilitation, Archives of physical Medicine and Rehabilitation October 1954

Folder 65

Psycho-Social Factors in Rehabilitation of the Chronic Rheumatoid Arthritic, Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases [British Medical Association] December 1954

Folder 66

Total Rehabilitation of the Rheumatoid Arthritic Cripple, Journal of the American Medical Association August 1955

Folder 67

Water Absorption from the Intestine Via Portal and Lymphatic Pathways, The American Journal of Physiology March 1956

Folder 68

Rehabilitation, Recent Advances in Medicine and Surgery, New York State Journal of Medicine April 1956

Folder 69

Physical activity During Convalescence from Rheumatic Fever, Modern Concepts of Cardiovascular Disease [American Heart Association] December 1956

Folder 70

Absorption of Water and Sodium from the Small Intestine of Patients with Nontropical Sprue, Journal of Clinical Investigation February 1957

Folder 71

Rehabilitation in Industry, The Heart Bulletin March-April 1957

Folder 72

The Rehabilitation of the Rheumatic Child, The Heart Bulletin September-October 1957

Folder 73

Cardiac Rehabilitation: Questionnaire Survey of Medical Directors in Industry, Journal of the American Medical Association October 1957

Folder 74

Overprotection and Underproduction of the Cardiac Patient, Postgraduate Medicine October 1957

Folder 75

Rehabilitation of the Cardiac Patient, Pulse and Pressure May-June 1958

Folder 76

Cardiac Rehabilitation, Clinical Medicine June 1958

Folder 77

Cardiac Rehabilitation: A Survey of Cardiologist's Opinions, American Heart Journal July 1958

Folder 78

Speech Rehabilitation in Aphasia, The Heart Bulletin July-August 1958

Folder 79

An Evaluation of Rehabilitation of Patients with Hemiparesis or Hemiplegia due to Cerebral Vascular Disease 1958

Folder 80

The Absorption of Heavy Water and Radioactive Sodium from the Knee Joint in Normal Subjects and Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis, Arthritis and Rheumatism October 1959

Folder 81

Pleurisy with Effusion in Rheumatoid Arthritis, Archives of Internal Medicine October 1959

Folder 82

Rubella Arthritis -- A Study of Twenty Cases, California Medicine September 1960

Folder 83

Management of the Patient with Rheumatoid Arthritis, Clinical Medicine January, 1961

Folder 84

The Organization of Health Services in the Soviet Union, Stanford Medical Bulletin, May 1962

Folder 85

A Comparison of Functionally oriented Medical Care and Formal Rehabilitation in the Management of Patients with Hemiplegia due to Cerebrovascular Disease 1962

Folder 86

Higher Quality Medical Care for the Aged -- The Case for the Social Security Approach, Submitted but not published in The Reporter 1962

 

Subseries 3: Miscellaneous

Box Carton 1, Folder 87

THESIS -- Master of Sciences, University of Minnesota [Mayo Foundation] April 1955

Folder 88

SUBJECT -- Cardiovascular Rehabilitation Survey December 1958

Box Carton 2, Folder 1-2

SUBJECT -- Symposium on Rehabilitation in Cardiovascular Disease, March 1961, Philip R. Lee, M.D. & Sergius Bryner, M.D. -- Guest Editors 1959-1961

Folder 3

SUBJECT -- Medical Ecology Mission to USSR [Diary/Report] December 1961

Folder 4

SUBJECT -- Chowder and Marching Society 1962-63, 1966

 

Series II: USAID

 

Subseries 1: Correspondence

Box Carton 2, Folder 5-10

Personal & Professional Correspondence 1963-64

Folder 11-15

Personal & Professional Correspondence 1965

 

Subseries 2: Speeches

Box Carton 2, Folder 16

The Challenge of International Health April 8, 1963

Folder 17

International Needs in the Field of Biomedical Communication May 7, 1963

Folder 18

Communications Resources for Global Health July 23, 1963

Folder 19

Medical Education and International Development August 22, 1963

Folder 20

U.S. Overseas Assistance in Health Services through the AID September 6, 1963

Folder 21

Health Aspects of the USAID Program October 30, 1963

Folder 22

Health Aspects of the USAID Program November 13, 1963

Folder 23

The Population Program and Research in Health Education January 13, 1964

Folder 24

The Health Services of Tanganyika [July 1964]

Folder 25

Nutrition Research: The Role of AID October 5, 1964

Folder 26

The AID, The Universities and Medical Education in Developing Countries October 30, 1964

Folder 27

International Health Programs: The Role of the US Government February 15, 1965

Folder 28

The Role of Health Programs in International Development March 11, 1965

Folder 29

Food and Nutrition Board [corresp only] April 2, 1965

Folder 30

National League for Nursing, San Francisco [The Role of Health Programs & Population Problems in International Development] May 7, 1965

Folder 31

Population, Public Health and International Development May 8, 1965

Folder 32

Doctors News Conference [KTVU, Channel 2] May 10, 1965

Folder 33

Temple University [Association of American Medical Colleges, Institute on International Medical Education] May 18, 1965

Folder 34

Care-Medico, DC [International Health Programs] May 26, 1965

 

Subseries 3: Miscellaneous

Box Carton 2, Folder 35

ARTICLE -- Nephropathy Associated with the Use of Analgesic Medications, Annals of Internal Medicine April 1965

Folder 36

MEETING -- Rockefeller Foundation Advisory Board: Dakar, New York June 10-11, 1965

 

Series III: DHEW

 

Subseries 1: Correspondence

Box Carton 2, Folder 37-41

Reading File [Deputy Assistant Secretary] August 12-October 30, 1965

Folder 42-57

Reading File [Assistant Secretary] November 1, 1965-June 30, 1966

Folder 58-59

Da Log [Assistant Secretary] July 1966

Box Carton 3, Folder 1-31

Da Log [Assistant Secretary] August 1, 1966-October 31, 1967

Box Carton 4, Folder 1-26

Da Log [Assistant Secretary] November 1, 1967-September 30, 1968

Box Carton 5, Folder -11

Da Log [Assistant Secretary] October 1, 1968-December 31, 1968

Folder 12

Washington Correspondence A December 1968-February 1969

Folder 13

Washington Correspondence B January-February 1969

Folder 14

Washington Correspondence C December 1968-February 1969

Folder 15

Washington Correspondence D January-February 1969

Folder 16

Washington Correspondence E January-February 1969

Folder 18

Washington Correspondence G January-February 1969

Folder 19

Washington Correspondence H December 1968-February 1969

Folder 20

Washington Correspondence J December 1968-February 1969

Folder 21

Washington Correspondence K January-February 1969

Folder 22

Washington Correspondence L January-February 1969

Folder 23

Washington Correspondence M December 1968-February 1969

Folder 24

Washington Correspondence N January-February 1969

Folder 25

Washington Correspondence O January-February 1969

Folder 26

Washington Correspondence P January-February 1969

Folder 27

Washington Correspondence R January-February 1969

Folder 28

Washington Correspondence S September 1968-February 1969

Folder 29

Washington Correspondence T January-February 1969

Folder 30

Washington Correspondence U,V January-February 1969

Folder 31

Washington Correspondence W-Z October 1968-February 1969

Folder 32-33

Washington Correspondence -- William Cohen January-February 1969

Folder 34-35

Washington Correspondence -- Interdepartmental/Interagency December 1968-February 1969

Folder 36

Personal Correspondence August 1965-February 1969

Folder 37

Association of Physicians and Social Scientists October 1965

Folder 38

Council of Medical Administrators 1965

Folder 39

Harvard, Board of Advisors 1968

Folder 40

Harvard School of Public Health Visiting Committee 1966-68

Folder 41

G-miscellaneous 1965

Folder 42

L-miscellaneous 1965-68

Folder 43

M-miscellaneous 1965-67

Folder 44

O-miscellaneous 1965-66

Folder 45

Palo Alto Medical Clinic 1965-66

Folder 46

P-miscellaneous 1965-66

Folder 47

R-S-miscellaneous 1965-66

Folder 48

Y-miscellaneous 1966-68

 

Subseries 2: Speeches

Box Carton 6, Folder 1

Pennsylvania Conference on Medical Education -- Atlantic City, NJ September 21, 1965

Folder 2

North American Association Alcoholism Programs -- Atlantic City, NJ September 22, 1965

Folder 3

American Medical Association National Orientation Conference -- Chicago, IL October 1, 1965

Folder 4

Jefferson County Medicaid Society -- Birmingham, AL October 4, 1965

Folder 5

American College of Hospital Administrators -- Washington, DC October 13, 1965

Folder 6

State and Provincial Health Authorities -- Chicago, IL October 16, 1965

Folder 7

White House Health Conference November 3, 1965

Folder 8

Western Hemisphere Nutrition Congress -- Chicago, IL November 8-11, 1965

Folder 9

Association of Military Surgeons of United States -- Washington, DC November 16, 1965

Folder 10

American Medical Association Clinical Convention -- Philadelphia, PA November 28-29, 1965

Folder 11

Pharmaceutical Managers Association -- Chicago, IL December 6, 1965

Folder 12

Allegheny County Medical Society, Pittsburgh, PA January 15, 1966

Folder 13

American Medical Association National Conference on Federal Medical Assistance Programs -- Chicago, IL January 20-21, 1966

Folder 14

San Mateo County Health Forum -- San Mateo, CA February 5, 1966

Folder 15

American Medical Association Congress on Medical Education -- Chicago, IL February 7, 1966

Folder 16

Population Policy in U.S. Seminar, Institute for Research in Social Science -- Chapel Hill, NC February 10, 1966

Folder 17

Adolescent Nutrition Seminar February 28, 1966

Folder 18

California Association of Health and Welfare -- San Francisco, CA March 7, 1966

Folder 19

New Orleans Graduate Medical Assembly March 8, 1966

Folder 20

District of Columbia Medical Society March 13, 1966

Folder 21

Mitchell Foundation Symposium -- Washington, DC March 15, 1966

Folder 22

International Development Conference -- Washington, DC March 22, 1966

Folder 23

Medical Committee for Human Rights -- University of Chicago March 26, 1966

Folder 24

Association of American Medical Colleges Institute on Medical Education -- Washington, DC March 28, 1966

Folder 25

Kentucky Medical Association -- Cumberland Falls, KY April 14, 1966

Folder 26

American Society of Public Administrators National Conference -- Washington, DC April 15, 1966

Folder 27

Women's City Club of New York [declined] April 19, 1966

Folder 28

Association of Professors of Medicine -- Atlantic City, NJ April 30, 1966

Folder 29

American Federation of Clinical Research -- Atlantic City, NJ May 2, 1966

Folder 30

Executive Processes Course -- University of Michigan May 6, 1966

Folder 31

University of Pittsburgh -- Parron Lecture May 9, 1966

Folder 32

American Rehabilitation Foundation, Expert Medical Committee -- Washington, DC May 13, 1966

Folder 33

Florida Association of General Surgeons -- Hollywood, FL May 14, 1966

Folder 34

Southern Branch, American Public Health Association -- Houston, TX May 18, 1966

Folder 35

American Geriatrics Society -- Chicago, IL June 24, 1966

Folder 36

American Home Economics Association-57th Annual Meeting -- San Francisco, CA [Silver for Lee] June 29, 1966

Folder 37

National Advisory Commission on Health Manpower -- Washington, DC June 30, 1966

Folder 38

Southeastern School Alcohol Studies -- Athens, GA August 15, 1966

Folder 39

State Medical Society Presidents -- Chicago, IL August 27, 1966

Folder 40

Stanford Convocation, Student Project in Community Health Resources -- Palo Alto, CA September 1, 1966

Folder 41

Family Planning Conference - Appalachian States -- Roanoke, VA September 7, 1966

Folder 42

American Medical Association Rehabilitation Conference -- Chicago, IL September 8, 1966

Folder 43

Foreign Service Institute Seminar -- Washington, DC September 15, 1966

Folder 44

University of California San Diego School of Medicine September 28, 1966

Folder 45

Health Manpower Council Conference -- Santa Barbara, CA October 1, 1966

Folder 46

John Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health -- Baltimore, MD October 6, 1966

Folder 47

Alumni Association of Mayo Graduate School -- Judd Plummer Lecture October 7, 1966

Folder 48

American College of Surgeons -- San Francisco, CA October 10, 1966

Folder 49

Marriage Council of Philadelphia [Pennsylvania] October 19, 1966

Folder 50

6th Conference of Industrial Council of Tropical Medicine -- Harvard School of Public Health October 25, 1966

Folder 61

Yale-New Haven Hospital -- Berger Lecture October 26, 1966

Folder 62

Industrial Editors -- Washington, DC November 2, 1966

Folder 63

American Public Health Associations -- San Francisco, CA November 3, 1966

Folder 64

Dedication, Research Facility -- University of Alabama November 9, 1966

Folder 65

Cincinnati Academy of Medicine -- Cincinnati, OH November 15, 1966

Folder 66

Family Planning Conference -- Atlanta, GA November 16, 1966

Folder 67

Saturday Morning Club -- Palo Alto, CA November 18, 1966

Folder 68

Stanford Alumni - Faculty Luncheon -- Palo Alto, CA November 18, 1966

Folder 69

SIECUS Working Conference -- Washington, DC November 30, 1966

Folder 70

National Pharmaceutical Council -- Washington, DC December 1, 1966

Folder 71

Harvard University Medical School -- Cambridge, MA January 11, 1967

Folder 72

American Hospital Association - Midyear Conference -- Chicago, IL February 7, 1967

Folder 73

Watts Hospital Medical and Surgical Symposium -- Durham, NC February 18, 1967

Folder 74

American College of Cardiology -- Washington -Hilton February 19, 1967

Folder 75

Brookings Public Affairs Fellows -- Washington, DC February 20, 1967

Folder 76

Boston University Founders Day Banquet -- Boston, MA March 13, 1967

Folder 77

Howard University Centennial Conference -- Washington, DC March 13, 1967

Folder 78

Seminars on Organized Orthopedics -- Washington, DC March 17, 1967

Folder 79

Association of University Anesthetics -- New York, NY March 18, 1967

 

[Empty Folder -- Southeastern Surgical Congress -- Bal Harbor FL -- March 22, 1967]

Folder 80

American College Health Association -- Washington, DC March 29, 1967

Box Carton 7, Folder 1

Democratic State Central Committee Woman's Division -- Los Angeles, CA April 8, 1967

Folder 2

American Society of Internal Medicine -- San Francisco, CA April 9, 1967

Folder 3

University of California - Social Issues Speakers Board -- San Francisco, CA April 11, 1967

Folder 4

American College of Physicians-48th Annual Session -- San Francisco, CA April 13, 1967

Folder 5

13th Medical District Meeting -- Wichita Falls, TX April 15, 1967

Folder 6

18th National Dental Health Conference -- Chicago, IL April 17, 1967

Folder 7

Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of the State of Maryland -- Baltimore, MD April 20, 1967

Folder 8

Great Falls Clinic Anniversary -- Great Falls, MT April 22, 1967

Folder 9

Public Health Services Clinical Society and Commissioned Officers Association -- Atlanta, GA May 10, 1967

Folder 10

Medical Foundation, Inc. -- Boston, MA May 25, 1967

Folder 11

DC General Hospital Workshop -- Washington, DC May 26, 1967

Folder 12

American College of Surgeons Conference on Medicare and Surgical Education -- Chicago, IL May 27, 1967

Folder 13

Public Health Service Visual Facility -- Atlanta, GA May 27,1967

Folder 14

Jefferson House (Ochsner Foundation Hospital) -- New Orleans, LA May 28, 1967

Folder 15

Meharry Medical College, 92nd Commencement -- Nashville, TN June 12, 1967

Folder 16

American Rheumatism Association -- New York City, NY June 16, 1967

Folder 17

Medical World News Luncheon -- Atlantic City, NJ June 21, 1967

Folder 18

American Medical Association -- General Scientific Meeting June 22, 1967

Folder 19

Advisory Committee on Higher Education -- Washington, DC June 27, 1967

Folder 20

International Institute for Medical Electronics and Biological Engineering -- Montreal, Canada July 27, 1967

Folder 21

3rd National Conference on Public Health Training -- Washington, DC August 17, 1967

Folder 22

Christian Family Movement - Notre Dame -- South Bend, IN August 25, 1967

Folder 23

29th Assembly of American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation August 28, 1967

Folder 24

Association of State and Territorial Directors of Nursing -- Arlington, VA September 11, 1967

Folder 25

American Association of Medical Clinics -- Chicago, IL September 21, 1967

Folder 26

Brookings Science Fellowship Program -- Washington, DC September 28, 1967

Folder 27

Georgia Obstetrical and Gynecological Society -- Augusta, GA September 29, 1967

Folder 28

Research Societies and Medical Intersociety Meetings -- Washington, DC October 10, 1967

Folder 29

Santa Clara County Medical Society -- San Jose, CA October 16, 1967

Folder 30

National Multiple Sclerosis Society Luncheon -- New York, NY October 19, 1967

Folder 31

Delaware Medical Society -- Wilmington, DE October 28, 1967

Folder 32

American Association of Homes for the Aging -- Atlanta, GA November 1, 1967

Folder 33

Chicago Medical School Inauguration of Walter Wiggins -- Chicago, IL November 9, 1967

Folder 34

Wayne State University Centennial Symposium -- Detroit, MI November 16, 1967

Folder 35

Association of Military Surgeons -- Washington, DC November 20, 1967

Folder 36

American Medical Association National Conference on Utilization Review -- Houston, TX November 25, 1967

Folder 37

State and Territorial Health Officers December 4, 1967

Folder 38

National Academy of Engineering Conference on Costs of Health Care Facilities -- Washington, DC December 5,1967

Folder 39

MacMurray College -- Jacksonville, IL December 7, 1967

Folder 40

New York Departments of Health and Social Services -- New York, NY December 12, 1967

Folder 41

American College of Surgeons -- Scottsdale, AZ January 24, 1968

Folder 42

Brookings Conference for Business Executives -- Washington, DC February 8, 1968

Folder 43

Baptist Memorial Hospital -- Memphis, TN February 19-20, 1968

Folder 44

Los Angeles Dental Society -- Los Angeles, CA March 12, 1968

Folder 45

Marshfield Clinic Directors Meeting -- Marshfield, WI March 16, 1968

Folder 46

American Medical Association, Congress on Socio-Economics of Health Care -- Chicago, IL March 23, 1968

Folder 47

Association of State Maternal and Child Health and Crippled Children's Directors -- Washington, DC March 24, 1968

Folder 48

State Medical Assistance Unit Directors -- Washington, DC April 3, 1968

Folder 49

Dartmouth Medical Society -- Hanover, NH April 4, 1968

Folder 50

Indiana University Medical School - Alpha Omega Alpha Lecture -- Indianapolis, IN April 8, 1968

Folder 51

Kentucky Medical Association -- Covington, KY April 18, 1968

Folder 52

Health, Education and Welfare Forum -- Washington, DC April 24, 1968

Folder 53

Frederick Memorial Hospital Dedication -- Frederick, MD May 31, 1968

Folder 54

University of Texas Southwestern Medical School Commencement -- Dallas, TX June 3, 1968

Folder 55

Hillboe Prize in Public Health --64th Annual Health Conference -- Rochester, NY June 12, 1968

Folder 56

Gerontology Research Center -- Baltimore, MD June 15, 1968

Folder 57

Group Health Institute -- Ontario, Canada June 17, 1968

Folder 58

National Association of Sanatarians -- Washington, DC June 24, 1968

Folder 59

St. Elizabeth's Hospital Annual Awards Ceremony July 12, 1968

Folder 60

Ochsner Clinic and Foundation Staff -- New Orleans, LA September 6, 1968

Folder 61

Blue Cross Association Presidents Forum -- New Orleans, LA September 6, 1968

Folder 62

George Washington University Center Assembly -- Washington, DC September 16, 1968

Folder 63

Association of American Medical Colleges Workshop on Medical School Curriculum September 19, 1968

Folder 64

American Medical Writers Association -- Washington, DC September 21, 1968

Folder 65

San Francisco Medical Society September 23, 1968

Folder 66

Boston City Hospital (Finland Lecture) -- Boston, MA September 27, 1968

Box Carton 8, Folder 1

Regional Medical Programs Conference of Coordinators -- Arlington, VA October 1, 1968

Folder 2

University of Vermont, Dedication Ceremony -- Burlington, VT October 4, 1968

Folder 3

Lovelace Memorial Lecture -- Albuquerque, NM October 11, 1968

Folder 4

Stanford Population and Environment Forum -- Palo Alto, CA October 14, 1968

Folder 5

University of California - National Social Policies Seminar -- Berkeley, CA October 14, 1968

Folder 6

Hunger in America -- Washington, DC October 16, 1968

Folder 7

National Product Safety Commission -- New York, NY October 21, 1968

Folder 8

American Academy of Opthamology and Otolaryngology -- Chicago, IL October 28, 1968

Folder 9

National Academy of Engineering -- Washington, DC October 30, 1968

Folder 10

Physicians Conference on Tuberculosis Control -- San Francisco, CA October 31, 1968

Folder 11

American Public Health Association -- Detroit, MI November 12, 1968

Folder 12

5th Annual Meeting -- World Health Forum November 13, 1968

Folder 13

Maryland Optometric Association -- Baltimore, MD November 14, 1968

Folder 14

Mental Health of the Americans, Working Conference -- San Antonio, TX December 8, 1968

Folder 15

Association of State and Territorial Health Officers -- Washington, DC December 10, 1968

Folder 16

American Psychiatric Association Planning Conference December 13,1968

Folder 17

University of Washington - Aagaard Lecture -- Seattle, WA February 12, 1969

Folder 18

Statement Before Subcommittee on Monopoly, Senate Small Business Committee [Nelson Committee] February 14, 1969

Folder 19

University of Florida College of Medicine - Alpha Omega Alpha Lecture -- Gainesville, FL April 29, 1969

Folder 20

Miscellaneous Speeches, Articles, etc. 1965-69, n.d.

Folder 21

Speech Book -- 1965 List and Speeches 1965

Folder 22-26

Speech Book -- 1966 List and Speeches 1966

Folder 27-31

Speech Book -- 1967 List and Speeches 1967

Folder 32-37

Speech Book -- 1968-69 List and Speeches 1968-69

Folder 38

Speech Book -- Congressional Statements May 1966-September 1968

 

Subseries 3: Articles

Box Carton 9, Folder 1

Medical Tribune -- Some Observations on Medicare and the Medical Profession [April] 1966

Folder 2

Nutrition News -- Nutrition and World Health October 1966

Folder 3

The Reporter -- The Real Meaning of Medicare [January] 1967

Folder 4

Hospital Progress -- Interview February 1967

Folder 5

U.S. Medicine -- Creative Federalism and Health Care March 1967

Folder 6

Medical World News -- Interview on Patient Consent [March 1967]

Folder 7

Medical Economics May 15, 1967

Folder 8

Modern Medicine -- Interview with Lee [May] 1967

Folder 9-10

Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science September 1967

Folder 11

Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine -- Commentary 1967

Folder 12

U.S. Medicine January 15, 1968

Folder 13

California Medicine -- Scope and Responsibility of Medicine Forum June 1968

Folder 14

Labor Rehabilitation Report -- Ways to End the Shame of a Nation June 1968

Folder 15

Journal Of Hospital Dental Practice --Dental Services under Medicare and Medicaid August 1968

Folder 16

The Pharos of Alpha Omega Alpha -- Medicine and the Four Revolutions October 1968

Folder 17

New England Journal of Medicine -- Role of the Federal Government in Health and Medical Affairs November 21, 1968

Folder 18

Medical World News -- Federal Health Programs- 1968 [1969 Annual Review of Medicine] [December] 1968

Folder 19

Trial Magazine -- Health Care Costs [1968]

Folder 20

U.S. Medicine -- In Midst of Change February 15, 1989

Folder 21

Postgraduate Medicine -- The Role of Government in Health February 1989

Folder 22

Journal of the National Medical Association -- Medical Leadership -- Opportunities and Obligations November 1969

Folder 23-24

"Role of Government in Medicine [Book?] [1969]

Folder 24-26

Articles Book (plus): Lists, numbered articles, and miscellaneous 1966-69

 

Subseries 4: Subject Files

 

Sub-Subseries 1: DHEW Legislative & Program Materials

Box Carton 9, Folder 27-28

Legislative Accomplishments Since 1933 1967

Folder 29-30

Major DHEW Legislation -- Appendix 1963-68

Folder 31-32

Selected Accomplishments - DHEW- 1967 [1967]

Folder 33-34

Selected Accomplishments - DHEW- 1968 March 1968

Folder 35-39

Legislative Scrapbooks [photocopies see Scope & Content Note] 1966-68

Folder 40

Social Goals in HEW October 1965

Folder 41-42

HEW Program and Financial Plan 1969-73 October 13, 1967

Box Carton 10, Folder 1-2

Catalog of HEW Assistance August 1969

Folder 3-4

Program Issues Book [1968?]

Folder 5

Health Issues 1970-1974 [September 10, 1968]

Folder 6-7

Health Policy and Program Review [1969]

 

Sub-Subseries 2: Task Forces

Box Carton 10, Folder 8-9

Task Force on Health and Social Security 1961-1965 1965

Folder 10

Health Task Force Report October 31, 1966

Folder 11-14

Health Task Force 1967 1967-68

Folder 15-16

Health Task Force 1968: Legislative Program 1967

Folder 17

Report of the Special Task Force on Occupational Health and Safety 1966

Folder 18

Occupational Health and Safety Task Force 1967

Folder 19

Consumer Protection Task Force 1968

Folder 20

Crime Task Force 1968

Folder 21

Quality of the Environment Task Force 1968

Box Carton 11, Folder 1

Format for Task Force Legislative and Budget Reviews [1969]

 

Sub-Subseries 3: Conference

Box Carton 11, Folder 2-3

National Conference on Medical Costs - June 27-28, 1967 1967

 

Sub-Subseries 4: Senate Hearings and Briefing Books

Box Carton 11, Folder 4-5

Senate Health Insurance Hearings -- 8-22-67 [Medicare] 1967

Folder 6-7

Senate Committee on Labor and Public Health [Health Manpower Act of 1968] 1968-71

Folder 8

Health Program Memorandum October 10, 1967

Folder 9-10

Medical Care Costs: Subcommittees on Executive Reorganization [Senator Ribicoff] April 19, 1968

Folder 11-12

Briefing Book (revised) -- National Institutes of Health January 1969

 

Sub-Subseries 5: Family Planning

Box Carton 11, Folder 13-14

Family Planning Policies 1968

Folder 15-17

Presidents Committee on Population and Family Planning July 1968

 

Sub-Subseries 6: Maternal and Child Health

Box Carton 11, Folder 18

Pilot Centers for Maternal and Child Care [1967]

Folder 19

Briefing on Child Health Agenda February 20, 1967

Folder 20

Maternal and Child Health 1966-68

Folder 21

Mother and Child Health Services 1967-69

Folder 22-24

Child Health 1966

Box Carton 12, Folder 1-3

Child Health 1967

Folder 4-5

Child Health 1968

Folder 6

Child Health 1968-69

Folder 7-8

Child Health Proposals -- Background 1960-65

Folder 9

Child Health Proposals -- Background 1966

 

Series IV: Chancellor, UCSF

 

Subseries 1: Correspondence

Box Carton 12, Folder 10-35

Outgoing Correspondence February 1969-February 1970

Box Carton 13, Folder 1-40

Outgoing Correspondence March 1970-December 1971

Box Carton 14, Folder 1-14

Outgoing Correspondence January-October 1972

Folder 15

Incoming Correspondence -- Convalescence and Resignation February-March 1972, n.d.

Folder 16

Incoming and Outgoing -- "Thank You Letters as I Step Down as Chancellor" October 1972-January 1973

 

Subseries 2: Speeches

Box Carton 14, Folder 17-20

Speech Book: List and Numbered Speeches 1969

Folder 21-24

Speech Book: List and Numbered Speeches 1970

Folder 25-27

Speech Book: List and Numbered Speeches 1971-73

Folder 26

Health and Hospitals Subcommittee, Senate Committee on Veterans Affairs April 28, 1971

Folder 27

"Health Planning a View from the Top" n.d.

 

Subseries 3: Subject Files

Box Carton 14, Folder 28

"Medical Education in Ohio" Report to the Chancellor and the Ohio Board of Regents 1972-73

Folder 29

American Medical Association Survey Report -- Harvard Medical School 1971

Folder 30-31

National Advisory Committee on Health Agenda September 17-18, 1971

 

Sub-Subseries 1: Public Health Service (PHS) Hospital Conversion

Box Carton 14, Folder 32-33

New Orleans August 27, 1971

Folder 34-35

Galveston August 27, 1971

Box Carton 15, Folder 1-2

Norfolk August 30, 1971

Folder 3-5

Boston August 31, 1971

Folder 6

Staten Island September 1, 1971

Folder 7

Baltimore October 1971

 

Series V: IHPS

 

Subseries 1: Correspondence

Box Carton 15, Folder 8-40

Outgoing Correspondence October 1972-June 1975

Box Carton 16, Folder 1-56

Outgoing Correspondence July 1975-February 1980

Box Carton 17, Folder 1-46

Outgoing Correspondence March 1980-December 1983

 

Subseries 2: Publication & Subject Files

Box Carton 17, Folder 47-50

Deliberation and Compromise -- Draft n.d.

Folder 51-52

Drugs and the Elderly -- Manuscript -- Chapters 1-7 February 1984

Folder 53

Drugs and the Elderly -- Background "Sociodemographics and Aging" Chapter 1 1979-86

Folder 54

Drugs and the Elderly -- Background -- Chapters 1 1966-87

Box Carton 18, Folder 1-8

Drugs and the Elderly -- Background -- Chapters 1-7 1966-87

Folder 9

Drugs and the Elderly -- Background -- Last Chapter (AOA Strategies) 1977-84

Folder 10-12

Pills and the Public Purse -- Draft 1981

 

Sub-Subseries 1: Subject Files: Background for Pills and the Public Purse

Box Carton 18, Folder 13-14

Adverse Reactions 1973-79

Folder 15

Antibiotics 1970-79

Folder 16

Cimetidine 1978-80

Folder 17

Drug Information Systems -- Adverse Drug Reactions 1968-80

Folder 18-19

Drug Prices Legislation 1978-80

Folder 20

Drug Promotion 1977

Folder 21-22

Drug Related Materials 1980

Folder 23-24

Drugs - Bacteremia Report 1974

 

[Empty Folder: Estrogens/Oral Contraception]

Folder 25

FDA Drug Approval Process and the "Drug Lag" 1978-80

Folder 26

Interactions 1972-79

Folder 27

National Prescription Audit - General Information Report 1978

Folder 28

Over the Counter (OTC) Drugs 1978-79

Folder 29

Patient Package Inserts 1979-81

Folder 30-31

Prescription Use 1977-79

Folder 32

Miscellaneous 1978-80

Box Carton 19, Folder 1-3

Primary Care in a Specialized World -- Draft March 1976

Folder 4

Primary Care in a Specialized World -- Draft [Chapter 4] February 1976

Folder 5-6

Drug Regulation Monograph [unpublished] 1979-84

 

Sub-Subseries 2 : Third World Drug Study [Background for Prescriptions for Death: The Drugging of the Third World (?) - No Manuscript]

Box Carton 19, Folder 7

Institute of Medicine 1979-80

Folder 8

Michael Riddiough 1979-90

Folder 9

Milt/Mia Reports 1980-81

Folder 10

Latin America 1978-80

Folder 11

Africa 1980

Folder 12

Sri Lanka 1977-80

Folder 13

Asia - Far East 1977-80

Folder 14

Foreign Countries Drug Abuse Patterns, Programs 1975

Folder 15

"Drug Delivery Systems and Pharmacy Services in Eastern Europe" 1979

Folder 16

Drug Advertising, Promotion Labeling, Sales 1974-76

Folder 17

AID Series 1979-80

Folder 18-22

General 1972-86

Folder 23

United Nations Center on Transitional Corporations Drug Report 1982

Folder 24

"The Pharmaceutical Sector in the Third World 1984

Folder 25

Pharmaceutical Export Reform Act 1983-85

Folder 26

UN Documents 1979-80

Folder 27

Miscellaneous Documents 1981, 1985

 

Sub-Subseries 3: Subject Files

Box Carton 19, Folder 28

Depo Provera Briefing Packet 1980 1973-80

Folder 29-30

Depo Provera Hearing September 9, 1980

Folder 31-32

Fertility and Maternal Health Drugs Advisory Committee February 11. 1982

Folder 33-34

Fertility and Maternal Health Drugs Advisory Committee May 6, 1982

Box Carton 20, Folder 1

National Institute on Aging -- Briefing Book [1978]

Folder 2

National Institute on Aging -- Congressional Justification Hearing Book FY 1979 1978

 

Sub-Subseries 4: Cleveland Project on Human Sexual Development

Box Carton 20, Folder 3

Project on Human Sexual Development -- Cleveland Foundation Proposal 1975-76

Folder 4

Background 1976-77

Folder 5-6

Conference on Sex and Its Psychosocial Derivatives -- Papers January 1977

Folder 7

Revised Proposal August 19, 1977

Folder 8

Project Summary October 1977

Folder 9

Workshop/Retreat December 2-4, 1977

Folder 10

Workshop on Television and Sexuality 1977

Folder 11

Proposal to Cleveland Foundation January 1978

Folder 12

Community Resource Study January 1978

Folder 13-15

Interim Document -- Parent Attitude & Practices Study January 1978

Folder 16

Family Life and Sexual Learning -- Part I - Summary Report October 15, 1978

Folder 17-20

Family Life and Sexual Learning -- Part II October 15, 1978

Box Carton 20, Folder 21-22

Family Life and Sexual Learning -- Volume III October 15, 1978

Folder 23-25

Family Life and Sexual Learning -- Volume III - Appendices November 15, 1978

Folder 26

Harmonizing Sexual Conventions December 1978

Folder 27

Report [February 1979]

Folder 28

Proposal to the Carnegie Corporation March 20, 1980

Folder 29

Background -- Paper by Gagnon & Roberts n.d.