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Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library
12-077 Center for Health Sciences, Box 951798
Los Angeles, California 90095-1798
Phone: (310) 825-6940
Email: speccoll-medsci@library.ucla.edu
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Aan mejuffrouw G.B. Cort v.d. Linden scrapbook

This collection consists of a photograph album containing 10 images of the staff, patients, and buildings of the Binnengasthuis hospital in Amsterdam, bound for presentation "Aan mejuffrouw G.B. Cort v.d. Linden. 1 juli 1886 - 1895 31 maart" (title from...

 
Adair (Birdie M.) collection of items pertaining to the Training Camp for Nurses at Vassar College

Miss Birdie May Adair graduated from the University of North Dakota in 1913 and attended the Training Camp for Nurses at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., during the summer (July 24 to September 13) of 1918. The training camp was...

 
Adams (Forrest H.) Papers

Documents related to Forrest H. Adams....

 
AHCPR pain panel records

Collection contains records of the Agency for Health Care Policy and Research's panels to draft Clinical Practice Guidelines on Acute and Cancer Pain Management, co-chaired by Daniel B. Carr and Ada Jacox....

 
AIDS Poster Collection

The AIDS poster collection consists of 949 posters from 44 countries including Australia, Austria, Canada, China, Costa Rica, France, Germany, India, Japan, Luxembourg, Martinique, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, Tahiti, Uganda, the United...

 
Alderman (Mary) collection of films about pain management

Collection appears to contain edited and unedited film for preparation of educational productions such as "Pain update" (Wilmington, Del.: Du Pont Pharmaceuticals, 1983), sponsored by the Division of Continuing Medical Education, University of Washington School of Medicine; produced by Health...

 
Allamand (Édouard) Collection of Craniological Drawings and Other Material

Allamand, Édouard; and Le Bon, Gustave. Archive of craniological drawings. France, 1878-1879. "An archive, including original folders with manuscript titles, composed of nine groups, comprising: (1) an autograph letter, signed, from Édouard Allamand to Gustave Le Bon, dated September 7,...

 
Alta Crest Farms Milk Pamphlets

Collection contains promotional mailing for Alta Crest Farms, Spencer, Mass., advertising "Certified grade A - vitamin D milk for a baby you love"; two pamphlets in printed envelope. "Ayrshire milk" pamphlet extolls the virtues of milk from Ayrshire cows; "Your...

 
American Academy of Pain management records

The Records of the American Academy of Pain Management are divided into two series, Organizations and Administrative. Both series have been maintained in the order in which they were received. The Organizations Series (1988-1993) is organized in loose alphabetical order...

 
American College of Neuropsychopharmacology oral history collection

Collection consists of oral history interviews with pioneers in the field of neuropsychopharmacology, chiefly conducted by fellow members of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ACNP). Collection includes digital videocassettes, VHSs, DVDs, audiocassettes, and printed transcripts....

 
American Cotton Oil Company collection of correspondence and other material

Correspondence and related items related to the American Cotton Oil Company....

 
American Pain Society records

The American Pain Society Records represent a period of growth for the Society. Although foundational documents are minimal, the collection features correspondence and records of the activities that built the organization, during the 1980s, into what it is today. These...

 
Andrews (Joseph A.) papers

Joseph Alfred Andrews was born in 1858 and died in 1928. He received an M.D. degree from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1876 and subsequently specialized in ophthalmology and otolaryngology. Dr. Andrews had medical offices in New...

 
Angrist (Burton M.) papers

Documents related to Burton M. Angrist....

 
Anti-Cigarette League of America correspondence and ephemera

The collection contains forty-eight items connected to the Anti-Cigarette League of America, from 1911 to 1914, including: letters from Manfred P. Welcher, Field Secretary, trying to arrange the League's first convention; letters of approval for the League or the idea...

 
Anti-fly Crusade Correspondence

Collection contains t.s. letter on Anti-fly Crusade letterhead advocating the use of screens as a protection against the house fly, and offering to provide circulars, showcards, hangers, or mailing slips to advertise the campaign....

 
Apologia pro vita me typescript copy

Collection contains a photocopy of carbon copy typescript of autobiography of George Dock, M.D.. Corrections throughout. Cites events through 1946. Blue wrappers....

 
Area IV California Regional Medical Programs District Description Data Books Collection

Volumes are individually published by UCLA Instiute for Chronic Diseases and Rehabilitation in two-hole looseleaf format, bound with metal file binder clips, with printed paper wrappers. "The data describing all Districts and the total Area IV, were prepared for the...

 
Aserinsky (Eugene) papers

Materials related to the career of Eugene Aserinsky, Ph.D.: education (University of Maryland and University of Chicago); professional appointments (including military service in WW2 through faculty positions). Collection inlcudes research notes and statistics; manuscripts and bibliographical references notes; publications; lecture...

 
Askey, M.D. (John M.) papers

A small collection of papers, mostly from Dr. Askey's retirement years, which include materials concerning his personal life and family, and materials on medical topics which continued to have special interest for him. Dr. Askey was a skilled clinician with...

 
Audio recordings of symposia by the American Academy of Neurology collection

Collection consists of six reel-to-reel audiotape recordings of symposia by the American Academy of Neurology: 1953 and 1954 (1 reel), 1956 (1 reel), and 1957 (4 reels, full track, 7.5 inches per second)....

 
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Bailey (Percival) collection of papers and photographs

Dr. Percival Bailey was an important contributor to many fields of the basic and clinical neurosciences, and a distinguished teacher and author. This is a collection of papers and photographs from Dr. Bailey's home files. Included are documents about his...

 
Bain (Emily J.) collection of correspondence with Donald B. and Ellen F. Lindsley

A collection of personal letters and cards, plus photographs and ephemera, sent to Emily Johnston Bain by Donald B. and Ellen F. Lindsley. Ms. Bain added annotations and comments to some of these communications, especially the photographs. The correspondence covers...

 
Banks (Joseph) correspondence

6 autographed letters signed from Joseph Banks to various correspondents including E.A.J. Anisson; Samuel Glasse, 1735-1812; J.J.H. La Billardiere, 1755-1834; Samule Lysons, 1763-1819; and John Symmons, d. 1832.

 
Banks (Sir Joseph) Correspondence

Collection of 6 autographed letters signed on miscellaneous topics including: 1. 1783 September 6: to E.A.J. Annisson thanking him for his gift to the Royal Society but also noting the resolution made some years ago regarding "not admitting any more...

 
Barlow Medical Library construction photographs

A collection of photographs (positives and negatives) taken during the construction of the Barlow Medical Library building in Los Angeles during 1906-1907 by the architect, Robert D. Farquhar, or his associates.

 
Barlow Medical Library records

From 1899 a small medical library existed to serve the College of Medicine of the University of Southern California (USC) and the physicians of the city. In 1906 Dr. Walter Jarvis Barlow, a faculty member of the College of Medicine,...

 
Barlow (Walter Jarvis) American Red Cross paper

This collection contains Walter Jarvis Barlow, M.D.'s American Red Cross paper read at a dinner given to Dr. Rea Smith and the staff of the Navy Base Hospital on November 8, 1917; presented to the Library of the L.A. County...

 
Barstow (J. W.) recipes

A collection of medical recipes, mostly grouped by ailment, including remedies for dyspepsia, amenorrhea, typhoid fever, gonorrhea, asthma, dropsy, and other conditions. Roughly one-third of the pages have been filled in....

 
Bärtl (Josef) medical notebook

"A [more than] 600-page manuscript medical notebook that includes diagnostic information, care, theoretical considerations, recipes and cures. The notebook is in German (Roman and Gothic script) in a clear hand throughout. It is in alphabetical order (designated with letter tabs)....

 
Bashford (J. W.) correspondence

Collection contains a memorandum to students explaining delay in school re-opening following control of a smallpox epidemic; students were required to bring vaccination certificates upon their return to campus. Typesigned J.W. Bashford, T.G. Duvall, and C.B. Austin....

 
Beach (Charles A.) diary

"The manuscript diary of events as experienced and recorded in chronological order by Charles Beach during his confinement in the asylum directed by Dr. Ludwig Meyer associated with the Landesirrenanstalt in Göttingen, Germany beginning in April 1874 until March 1875...

 
Beech-Nut Plant Photographs Collection

Collection of Beech-Nut plant photographs. The Beech-Nut plant was located in Canajoharie, N.Y....

 
Behr (Georg Heinrich) lecture notes

"Behr was the author of a considerable number of monographs on specific diseases and ailments. Hirsch states that he was noted for his diagnostic acumen and deep knowledge of the literature. He goes on to state that Behr also proffered...

 
Bell family collection about education of the deaf

A small collection of autograph letters, typescripts, reprints, photographs, and ephemera focusing on the teaching of speech to the deaf by Alexander Graham Bell, his wife Mabel Hubbard Bell, and his father Alexander Melville Bell. Included are reminiscences written by...

 
Belmaker (Robert H.) papers

Documents related to the career of Robert H. Belmaker....

 
Belt (Elmer) papers

Elmer Belt, M.D. (1893-1980), was an internationally recognized urologist, a book lover who built and donated several important collections to universities including an unrivaled library of scholarly materials by and about Leonardo da Vinci, and a civic activist instrumental in...

 
Bendire (Charles) Correspondence to Mr. A. R. Justice

Collection contains five handwritten letters, without postal covers, on buff or blue paper, written from Charles Bendire at Camp Harvey, Oregon, to Mr. A. R. Justice, 1874-1878. Letter [1] 10 December 1874: Bendire describes details (dates, locality of collecting, etc.)...

 
Benjamin (John A.) papers

The bulk of this collection documents Dr. Benjamin's research and clinical activities, the research covering the urogenital systems of both humans and animals and historical/bibliographic topics. The papers mostly span the years from 1930 to 1988 --years of professional education...

 
Benjamin (John A.) papers - addendum

Letters, photographs, memorabilia, and personal records that supplement the materials in UCLA Biomedical Library's Manuscript Collection #1: "John A. Benjamin papers, 1925-1994".

 
Berger (Frank M.) papers

Documents and scrapbooks related to Frank M. Berger....

 
Berlin (Joseph) collection of California dentist and dental office photographs

Two black and white photographs, mounted on black card stock, which were displayed in Dr. Joseph Berlin's dental practice office in Chicago. Photograph 1: Dr. Helen Rulison Shipley, one of the few women practicing dentistry in the United States at...

 
Bianchi (Battuti) casebook

Collection contains Italian physician Battuti Bianchi's casebook, Libro Dove de Nota di Infirmi. Manuscript records are hospital notes written in the vernacular, with names of patients, sex, dates in hospital, symptoms, and outcomes of more that 900 cases. Written on...

 
Birchall and Owen archive

A small collection of business correspondence from the firm of Birchall and Owen, retail suppliers of drugs, patent medicines, medical supplies, and stationers to Springfield, Illinois and wholesalers to the surrounding region. The firm also printed and distributed almanacs. Price...

 
Bishop (George H.) and D.O. Hebb Correspondence

Collection contains correspondence about pain research between George H. Bishop and D. O. Hebb. "Between December 28, 1950 and April 30, 1957 Donald Hebb and George Bishop exchanged letters containing ideas on pain and its neurophysiology and psychology. Hebb preserved...

 
Blanck (Carroll Thomas) papers

Documents related to Carroll Thomas Blanck, who served with the Signal Corps beginning in 1917....

 
Blasquez (Pedro) Memoria sobre el maguey mexicano (Agave Maximilianea)

Contains 22 sheets of light blue lined paper and 2 thick sheets of cream paper, upon which are mounted the 2 plates. The volume has been set up to resemble a published book--even though it is handwritten--replete with a mock...

 
Bleitz Wildlife Foundation collection

Collection consists of pamphlet about the Bleitz Wildlife Foundation and 3 color printed plates (printed in Germany) for the never-completed work by Don Bleitz, "Birds of America". The pamphlet describes the publication project, a description of the illustrations, and a...

 
Blejer (Hector P.) collection

This is a small collection of the professional papers of Dr. Hector P. Blejer, M.D., D.I.H., a diplomat of the American Board of Preventive Medicine, certified in Occupational Medicine, with a notable career in occupational and environmental medicine, toxicology, and...

 
Boeck (Caesar Peter Møller) dermatology lecture notes

"There were two members of the Boeck family in medicine. One preceded Hansen as Chief of the Bergen Leprosarium and at first I thought that this might be Hansen's transcripts of his lectures. But I am told this is Cesar...

 
Boerner (Emil L.) pharmacy manuscript ledger

This collection consists of an approximately 400 page ledger. Each page contains approximately eight pre-printed prescription forms, as completed in manuscript by local physicians, with the medication filled by Boerner's Pharmacy. The majority of prescriptions are from physicians and apothecary...

 
Boise (E.P.) correspondence

This collection contains a letter from a medical student in New York City to his girlfriend. A.L.s.; writer communicates advice to his girlfriend, whom he knew from Ann Arbor, Michigan, from Prof. Markoe [Thomas M.. Markoe of the College of...

 
Bonica (John J.) papers

The bulk of the collection pertains to Dr. Bonica's professional activities in the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s. Early materials in the collection include notes from medical school, circa 1938-1940, and correspondence continues until immediately prior to Bonica's death. Additional post-mortem...

 
Bonica (John J.) Principles and Practice of Obstetric Analgesia and Anesthesia illustrations and original artwork

Collection consists of original drawings and camera-ready illustrations for 2d ed. of Bonica's textbook, edited by Bonica and John S. McDonald and published by Williams and Wilkins (Baltimore, Md.) in 1995. Some drawings were executed for the 1st ed. of...

 
Bonino (Hieronymus) Illuminated Diploma

Collection consists of an illuminated diploma conferring the doctorate of philosophy and medicine of the University of Padua on Hieronymus Bonino....

 
Boutrell (Madelaine Endicott) Red Cross Surgical Dressings lecture notes

Collection consists of manuscript belonging to Madelaine Endicott Boutrell, 17 Bay State Road, Boston, containing lecture notes from a course of seven lessons on surgical dressing and wound care, taken between 14 April 1917 and 1 May 1917, at Peter...

 
Bowers (Rose A.) papers

Rose Alexander Bowers was born in 1887 and graduated from the Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania in 1909. From August 19th to November 15th, 1918, she served as a contract surgeon with the U.S. Army Medical Corps, assigned to Camp...

 
Brackenbury (Mary) Autograph Album

Autograph album kept by nurse Mary Brackenbury, presumably of Brooklyn, New York, with handwritten testimonials attesting to the high quality of care she delivered to 25 different patients in New York and New Jersey from December 1876 through May 1880....

 
Brain Research Conference Photographs

Collection consists of 6 black and white photographs of attendees at brain research conferences, 1959-1978: (1) Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation, 2nd Conference on Central Nervous System and Behavior (Princeton, N.J., 1959); (2) 3rd Conference on Learning, Remembering and Forgetting (Princeton,...

 
Brain Research Institute (UCLA) opening ceremonies scrapbook

Bound scrapbook with programs, letters, telegrams, clippings, and photographs mounted on leaves, commemorating the opening ceremonies of the UCLA Brain Research Institute, October 14-15, 1961, in Los Angeles, California. A nine-page typed statement by John D. French, M.D., founding Director...

 
Brazier (Mary A. B.) Papers

Mary A. B. Brazier was born in England in 1904 and died in Falmouth, MA in 1955. She received a Ph. D. in physiology and biochemistry from the University of London in 1930, began neuroscience research at Maudsley Hospital, London,...

 
Brazier (Mary A. B.) papers - supplement

This carton of documents augments the previously donated papers of Mary A. B. Brazier (UCLA Biomedical Library, Manuscript Collection number 42), who was internationally respected as a neurophysiologist, historian, author, and editor. It contains correspondence of her retirement years with...

 
Broussais (F.J.V.) Lecture Notes

Collection consists of manuscript notes taken by a student for lectures on physiology applied to pathology by F.J.V. Broussais. "Broussais was the founder of the controversial /medecine physiologique' system in the early nineteenth century. The theory had a wide following...

 
Brown (Orville H.) papers

Orville Harry Brown was born in Kansas July 18, 1875 and died in So. California on July 25, 1943. In 1905 he received both a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago and an M.D. from St. Louis University. At various...

 
Bueker, PhD. (Elmer D.) papers

This small document collection outlines Dr. Bueker's biography and academic life with a curriculum vitae, reprints of publications, and material on faculty appointments and grants. Mainly, however, it focuses on his view of the seminal importance that research he published...

 
Bullock (Theodore Holmes) collection of edited typescripts and tables for Structure and Function in the Nervous Systems of Invertebrates

The collection consists of edited typescripts and galleys for several chapters, along with author and subject indexes, for Structure and function in the nervous systems of invertebrates, by Theodore Holmes Bullock and G. Adrian Horridge (San Francisco: W.H. Freeman, 1965)....

 
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Caldwell (Phila and George) print and slide collection about Kenya and Antarctica

Photographs and slides taken by Phila and George Caldwell on a Los Angeles Natural History Museum collecting expedition to Kenya in 1971, and on a Society Expedition cruise to the Antarctic in 1987.

 
California Tuberculosis Association Reports

Charts, in graphical and tabular formats, for presentation or publication by the California Tuberculosis Association about incidence of tuberculosis (prepared ca. 1930?): Chart 1. Tuberculosis death rates, United States registration area, 1920-1929 [and] california, 1930-1939 - - Chart 2. Tuberculosis...

 
Cann's Kidney Cure Company records

This collection contains patent medicine recipes or formulas beginning in 1873, affidavits, testimonials, advertisements, and other materials about the kidney cure and sciatic liniment made and sold by Cann's Kidney Cure Company in Philadelphia. According to the ephemera dealer aGatherin'...

 
Capili (Felix N.) Notes on Lie Detection and Criminal Interrogation

Detective Felix N. Capili (1926-2010) of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department first details the history and development of the polygraph, and sets forth instructions for its use. "Significant are the number of cases described and how suspects reacted to...

 
Carey (T. Sheridan) collection of Berdoo Camp Hospital materials

The collection of photographs, memoranda, programs, and reports documents medical activities at the Berdoo Camp Hospital, a facility in the Coachella Valley supporting construction of the Colorado River Aqueduct in California. Photographs include exterior and interior views of the building...

 
Carrel (Alexis) scrapbook

This collection relating to the French/American surgeon Alexis Carrel (1873-1944) contains materials which had been mounted or loosely inserted into a scrapbook. Most of the items are newspaper clippings, plus some manuscript letters and ephemera. Dr. Carrel, whose research in...

 
Carroll (Bernard J.) papers

Documents related to Bernard J. Carroll....

 
Carton (Charles M.) print collection

The Charles M. Carton Print Collection consists of American and European Antiquarian and Natural History prints. It includes botanical prints, nature prints, ornithological prints, architectural prints, satirical prints, and miscellaneous loose prints from the 17th to 19th century with several...

 
Case Histories and Notes of a Medical Student or Physician

This disbound, incomplete (pages 5-34 only, with some sheets missing portions) manuscript contains case histories by a medical student or physician about several patients and notes from readings or lectures. The patient narratives include cases ranging from 1785-1787 of fever,...

 
Case History of Foot Injury and Treatments

Collection consists of 6 pages wherein "Dr. Case to Gabriel to Delafield, April 27, 1840" describes the writer's own case history of a foot injury and successive treatments and ailments from 1830-1840 in Boston, London, and Lyon, France. Holograph, with...

 
Casey (Richard) Technical Reports on Aerospace Medicine collection

Collection of technical reports on aerospace medicine....

 
C.C. Bennett (Prof.) advertisement broadside

Advertisement circular for Prof. C. C. Bennett, of New York City, practitioner of psychic healing force, typesigned "Calvin Cooper Bennett", with testimonials from witnesses of his "operations in electrical psychology" and the therapeutic use of electricity in a "transcendent practice...

 
Chapman (Milton) Diary

Collection contains diary of Dr. Milton Chapman, 1st Lt., Medical Reserve Corps, American Expeditionary Forces, France. Diary for 1918, printed by Standard Diary co., completed in holograph for 1 Jan. - 27 Dec. 1918 by a physician from Rochester, N.Y.,...

 
Chapman (Nathaniel) lecture notes collection

"These densely written notes inked in a cursive hand by one of Chapman's students at the University of Pennsylvania contain 50 of the 52 lectures he delivered there in 1814 and 1815, before his chairmanship, as well as a table...

 
Chase (Abram) Of the Nerves notebook

Manuscript notebook, dated: "Jacksonville, February 25, 1845." Lecture or class notes describing nerves of the human body, concentrating on the 9 pairs of nerves which "go off" from the brain. May have been written by Abram Chase, a student from...

 
Chazel (Aline) Lecture Notes

"A neatly written set of lecture notes by Aline Chazel, a student midwife at the Montpellier Ecole de la Maternité between the years 1891-1893, under the tutelage of the French surgeon and physician Joseph Grynfeltt (1840-1913), and two Sages-femmes en...

 
Clara Barton Hospital School of Nursing collection

The collection consists of correspondence and printed materials concerning the CBH Alumnae Association, photographs of the CBH nursing school graduates and alumnae, yearbooks from the CBH nursing school, and historical ephemera and clippings concerning the history of the various Los...

 
Clark (Alonzo) lecture notes

"Almon Mitchell Orcutt, born in Cummington, Massachusetts on 17 October 1824, attended the College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York. The first [139] pages are Orcutt's notes taken during the lectures of Alonzo Clark, Professor of Practice. Orcutt's noted...

 
Clayton (Paula J.) papers

Documents related to the career of Paula J. Clayton....

 
Clement (Edgar) scrapbook of advertising trade cards, calling cards, and greeting cards

This collection consists of a late nineteenth-century scrapbook compiled by printer and homeopathic physician Edgar Clement of Camden, New Jersey, featuring Victorian-era advertising trade cards, calling cards, greeting cards, and newspaper clippings. Advertising trade cards include American Sewing Machine Co.,...

 
Cline (Henry) lecture collection

Manuscript text "records lectures in anatomy given by the leading London surgeon Henry Cline (1750-1827), circa 1790. It is a rare record of Cline's early teaching, of particular interest because he did not publish any of his surgical and anatomical...

 
Cobbe (Frances Power) correspondence

Collection contains correspondence by Frances Power Cobbe to an unnamed female recipient, accompanying a parcel of books and leaflets and outlining their terms of sale. Written in purple-blue ink on the letterhead of the Victoria Street Society for the Protection...

 
Cocks (W. P.) A Concise Treatise on Operative Surgery Working Copy

Collection consists of a manuscript in three parts....

 
Collias (Nicholas E.) papers

Nicholas E. Collias was an internationally renowned zoology educator and ornithologist. Collias worked on his long term research program concerning the development of social behavior in birds with his wife, Elsie C. Collias. The collection consists of materials related to...

 
Committee on the Grading of Nursing Schools Collection of Newsletters

Collection contains newletters written by Martha Dreiblatt and includes typesigned notice from William Darrach, Chairman: "The Committee ... is discontinuing these monthly releases for the summer."...

 
Crocheting Lace Braille Instruction Book

From note dated 1893 and signed by M. Alethia Hewitt written on inside front free endpaper: "The idea of requiring the child to write the pattern of each article after she had learned to make the article occurred to me,...

 
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Darling (Louise) papers

Louise Marie Darling (1911-1999) received degrees in Botany (B.A.) from the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) and Botany (M.A.) and Librarianship (Certification and Credential) from the University of California, Berkeley. As a civilian in the U.S. Army Library...

 
Davenport (Dorothy) and the Wallace Reid Foundation Sanatorium photographs

Collection consists of 6 black and white photographs of screen actress Mrs. Wallace Reid (i.e., Dorothy Davenport) and others in front of buildings at the Wallace Reid Foundation Sanatoriuum for drug addiction in Los Angeles. Identification in typescript captions pasted...

 
Davis (J.M.) Correspondence

Collection conisists of a personal note from Davis acknowledging "Yours just rec'd glad to learn that--you are getting a long [sic] so well and if you keep it up, you will get all right." Davis comments that he will "send...

 
Dell (Paul) collection of documents pertaining to IBRO (International Brain Research Organization)

Internationally known and respected neuroscientist Paul Charles Dell, M.D., was intimately connected with the founding and growth of the International Brain Research Organization (IBRO), an independent non-governmental organization with UNESCO affiliation. This collection covers IBRO documents and correspondence from 1961...

 
Denber (Herman C.B.) papers

Documents related to the career of Herman C.B. Denber....

 
Dentist Account Book

Collection consists of an account book which records in manuscript, on pre-printed forms (two per sheet) the dental patient's name, procedure performed, amount charged, amount received on account, and balance due, for transactions numbered 10600-10899 at a St. Louis dentist's...

 
Developmental Activities for the Cerebral Palsied Child Thesis

Collection consists of a paper based on research at the School for Cerebral Palsied Children, in northern California. It includes 55 original 4 x 5 inch black and white photographs, stapled on leaves with typescript captions. Photographs are grouped into...

 
Dickey (Anna R.) collection

This collection contains photographs (albums and separates), ephemera, and inscribed books documenting the friendship between Anna Ryder Dickey and celebrated naturalist and wilderness conservationist, John Muir. The albums document two Sierra Club nature trips that Muir, Mrs. Dickey, her adolescent...

 
Dickey (Donald R.) field notes

The field notes consist of bound notebooks, and their 13-reel microfilm copy, of observations made about birds and mammals found in various locations in California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, Latin America, and a few in Michigan, New Brunswick and Newfoundland....

 
Dickey (Donald R.) personal papers

Collection consists chiefly of personal letters to Dickey, some newspaper clippings of persons and happenings of interest to him, numerous wedding invitations, and a copy of his will, dated 1916.

 
Dickey (Donald R.) personal photo album

Leatherette photographic album with 38 leaves, 138 mounted and 2 loose photographs. The photos, taken mostly by Donald R. Dickey, document his and his wife Florence's honeymoon in Maine and New Brunswick, where Dickey was photographing wildlife with stop action...

 
Dickey (Donald Ryder) photographic collection

Struck by a serious heart condition during his senior year at Yale, Dickey returned to early interests in natural history and photography to occupy his mind and hands during the prolonged recovery period. By the time he had regained full...

 
Dickson (John F.) family correspondence

John Forrest Dickson, M.D. (1855-1934) had a respected longtime career in Portland, Oregon, as an ophthalmologist, rhinologist, and oto-laryngologist. He and his wife were valued members of their extended families and held social prominence in the city. Both, but especially...

 
Diphtheria (This House Contains a Case of) quarantine sign

This collection contains a This House Contains a Case of Diphtheria ... per order Board of Health, the State of New Hampshire quarantine sign printed in black on blue background on cardstock....

 
Dixon (Henry Campbell) Lecture Notebooks

Collection contains manuscript notebooks of student attending lectures at Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine, 1913-1914. Five notebooks: Physiology, Laboratory Notes, Ethics, English Literature, and Mineralogy. Henry Campbell Dixon graduated in the class of 1914 from Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, and...

 
Domenjoz (Robert) papers

Documents related to the career of Robert Domenjoz, including correspondence, manuscripts personal files, research, photographs, reading files, books and reprints....

 
Don's Drugs collection of advertising and product display photographs

A small collection of photographs and printed items document Don's Drugs, a small business at the corner of 16th and Jay Streets, in Modesto, California, from 1938-1946. The collection includes: a black-paper photoalbum, in black wrappers titled "Photographs", with 18...

 
Dr. Ehrlich's Magic Bullet script and production research materials

The collection includes the script, photographs, and research materials gathered to support production of the 1940 Warner Bros. motion picture, , which focused on Paul Ehrlich's work to develop effective chemical cures for diphtheria and syphilis. A bound oversize album...

 
Dr. R. H. Kline Co. Product Purchase Materials

Collection contains price lists, order forms and letter for Dr. Kline's Epileptic Remedy and other products. T.L. from Dr. R.H. Kline Co., Phladelphia, to T.M. Paschal, New York, N.Y., originally accompanied bottle of Dr. Kline's Epileptic Remedy....

 
Dubner (Ronald) papers

Dr. Ronald Dubner is a professor in the Department of Neural and Pain Sciences at the University of Maryland School of Dentistry. The collection consists of materials related to his professional service on the Board of Directors for the International...

 
Dumas (C. L. ) Lecture Notes

"These lecture notes from a course delivered in 1800 are an important record of Dumas' thinking on the nature of disease between his thesis of 1787,' La nature de la fièvre et sur celle des maladies chroniques' and the 'Doctrine...

 
Dutcher (Addison P.) Scrapbook

A bound collection of reprints, journal articles and reports, lectures (chiefly published in the Medical and Surgical Reporter, Philadelphia), and photocopied articles -- some pasted on scrapbook paper, others bound-in--by A.P. (Addison Porter) Dutcher, M.D., Professor of the Principles and...

 
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Einstein (Albert) Correspondence

Collection consists of a form letter sent out by the Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists, of which Einstein was the Chairman of the Trustees, to scientists. It asks for help in raising $1,000,000 for scientists to fulfill their "inescapable responsibility...

 
Ekstein (Rudolf) collection of material about Sigmund Freud, the Freuds, and the Freudians

Eighteen binders (in six cartons) and one box of assembled (by psychoanalyst Rudolf Ekstein) correspondence, photographs, brochures, conference announcements and programs, newspaper and magazine clippings, photocopies, portraits, biographical notes and texts, journal articles, and other material about Sigmund and Anna...

 
Elco Electric Health Generator Promotional Literature collection

Collection contains promotional literature, sent by mail, describing the benefits of and offering a "ten day free trial" for an Elco electric health generator, which claims to generate combinations of violet ray, medical electricity, vibration, and ozone. Includes: Cover letter...

 
Elkes (Joel) papers

Documents related to Joel Elkes....

 
Elmadjian (Fred) collection

This collection documents Dr. Fred Elmadjian's career as a research scientist and science administrator. His scientific work centered mostly on the endocrinology of stress. His administrative services at the National Institute of Mental Health focused on developing manpower for effective...

 
Emotional Status of 56 Prenatal Clinic Patients : Correlation with Obstetrical Experiences thesis

Collection consists of a thesis submitted to the School of Hygiene and Public Health of The Johns Hopkins University in conformity with the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Public Health which includes a photographic portrait of the author,...

 
Erganian (Gloria) collection of materials about the Family Support Group of the Mental Health Association of Greater Fresno

Records, correspondence, publicity, and clippings documenting the Family Support Group of the Mental Health Association of Greater Fresno, California, an organization for family members and friends of mentally ill persons. Includes newsletters, reports, clippings, and 19 books....

 
European Medical Scientists and Physicians Photographic Album

A collection of 49 cartes de visite or photographic portraits of various European medical scientists and physicians active during the second half of the 19th century, assembled by an unidentified former owner and housed in a commercially-produced contemporary blank album,...

 
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Farriery Receipts and Medical Recipe Ledger

Collection contains a manuscript receipt book written on machine-ruled paper. Includes entries for horses treated and what was done for them, as well as medical recipes for horse problems such as glanders, bots, poll evil (fistula), cancer, hoof rot, and...

 
Field (John) collection of history of medicine course syllabi and lecture notes

Materials pertaining to "History of Medicine," Anatomy 201 and later Anatomy 240, a one-unit elective course emphasizing the historical development of concepts relating to basic medical sciences, presented to UCLA sophomore medical students. Included is correspondence relating to the development...

 
Fielding (Jonathan E.) papers

Jonathan Evan Fielding is a Distinguished Professor in the Department of Health Policy and Management in the Jonathan and Karin Fielding School of Public Health at UCLA. Dr. Fielding is also a Professor of Pediatrics in the David Geffen School...

 
Finding Aid for the Brittain (Robert P.) bibliography of medico-legal works

Collection contains a carbon-copy typescript, the author's autograph presentation copy. "This work comprises general texts and writings upon special subjects in the field of inter-relationships of law and medicine, including medical jurisprudence; legal aspects of insanity; medical ethics; medical evidence;...

 
Flower (T. J.) physician's diary

Collection consists of original dark green cloth covers with blue endpapers. Hinges and joints of upper and lower covers split; spine is loose. Pages gilt-edged. "T.J. Flower, Druggist, Hartford, Conn." in faded black ink and pencil on front free endpaper....

 
French Medical and Cookery Recipes

Collection contains numerous and highly detailed entries which include transcription from the "journal encyclopédique ay universale" annotated with dates, volume and page numbers; entries from the "calendrier de Bouillon, année 1783;" as well as entries from French almanacs dated 1770-1790....

 
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Gaertner (Dr. Gustav) Biography Typescript

Collection consists of a carbon-copy typescript biography of Austrian physician and pathologist Gustav Gaertner (1855-1937) by his wife, Melanie. Leaf 139 is missing. His photographic portrait (black-and-white, 13 x 17 cm.), laid in....

 
Galapagos Islands Lecture Notes

Collection contains holograph lecture notes, illus., in Gregory Bateson's hand. Accompanied by Bateson's A.L.s. 16 Feb. 1926, The Manor House, Merton, London [to] Hugh Craggs....

 
Galton (Francis) Correspondence

In a letter to "Lady Mary", written from the Hotel Cherbourg-Vichy, Allier, France on 7 June 1880, Francis Galton alludes to his work on people who produced mental maps of numbers, which he called "number forms" or "visualized numerals": "Your...

 
Georges-Claude Tessier Drawings Collection

Collection contains "5 pencil and crayon drawings of First World War hospital scenes. The most finished drawing is one of 5 male figures in a ward with sunlight streaming through the window, two with right arms amputated above the elbow,...

 
Gibson (Alexander) Handwritten Manuscript Lithograph

Collection contains a lithograph of handwritten manuscript, signed "Alex. Gibson, Vaccr. Deckan, Ahmednuggur [i.e., Ahmadnagar], Novr. 19th 1836." Names of plants and substances in English and Sanskrit (Devanagri script). Stab sewn, without wrappers....

 
Glendale Nursery School Photo Album

Collection contains photo album with handwritten note on pink paper, taped to upper cover: "For nursery school intervention program." ...

 
Gloucester Dispensary General Meetings Manuscript

"Record of the transactions of the Gloucester Dispensary, a charitable institution established in 1831 to provide free medical care for the city's poor. The Dispensary was funded by annual contributions from subscribers. ... [The] manuscript volume contains records of the...

 
Gnudi (Martha T.) research and publication papers

The collection consists of materials relevant to the publication of Dr. Gnudi's major volumes on Renaissance Italians: 1)"The Life and Times of Gaspare Tagliacozzi." New York: 1950; 2)"The Various and Ingenious Machines of Captain Agostino Ramelli." Baltimore: 1976; and to...

 
Goodwin (Willard) collection of William Osler correspondence

The collection is built around two sets of letters: 1. Twenty original letters from William Osler, M.D. to Howard Atwood Kelly, M.D., dated 1897-1917, plus the notes and materials Dr. Goodwin used to write an article for the "Bulletin of...

 
Goodwin (Willard E.) case history of first use of Prednisone for kidney transplant rejection

This collection documents the medical history of the first kidney transplant patient recorded as receiving Prednisone to inhibit organ rejection, in 1960-1961. Dr. Willard E. Goodwin, founding chair of the UCLA Division of Urology and surgeon of record on the...

 
Grauel (Johann Philipp) Lectures

Collection contains an unpublished manuscript of lectures delivered by the Strasbourg medical professor Johann Philipp Grauel (1711-1761), collected and written out by his student and colleague Johann Peter Eberhard (1727-1779). The manuscript is a detailed discussion of the writings of...

 
Green (John D.) papers

Dr. John D. Green was an internationally renowned researcher in anatomy, neurophysiology and neuroendocrinology. This is a very sketchy collection of his laboratory research notes, reprints of a few publications, and some family photos.

 
Green (Thomas F. H.) notes on Edward William Murphy midwifery lectures

"These notes of [Edward William] Murphy's 1858 lectures cover pregnancy, labor and birth, lactation, the diseases of pregnancy, spontaneous abortion and miscarriage, deformed pelvis, hemorrhage, ruptured or prolapsed uterus, etc. Pages 93 - 100 contain a discussion of chloroform anesthesia....

 
Greenlee (William H.) lecture notes

Manuscript lecture notes recorded by student William H. (Henry) Greenlee (1898-1954) for a course in pharmacy at Charleston, West Virginia, during January and February of 1922. Notes for 39 numbered lectures, some with dates, are composed in ink in a...

 
Griffith (Alix) Autograph Album

Album contains photographs of nurses, soldiers, sketches, humour, notes, postcards, etc., the album clearly records the great friendship and respect which existed between the young nurse and the men in her care, many of whom were French or Serbian. A...

 
Grossman (Martin I.) papers

Collection contains the professional papers of Gastroenterologist Morton I. Grossman. Box 1, Folder 1. Biographies and obituaries, 1963-1985 Folder 2. Publications list through 1965 Folder 3. Oral history interview by James D. Boyle for the Americal Gastroenterological Association, 1982 Folder...

 
Gun Wa Herb Remedy Company Letters and Advertisements

Collection contains: "Form 64" broadside flyer: "Gun Wa's Chinese cure for rheumatism" "Form 62" broadside flyer: "Gun Wa's pile remedy is unrivalled" Typescript mimeographed form letter on printed letterhead of the Advertising Department, Gun Wa Herb Remedy Company, 27 February...

 
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Hall (Richard) correspondence

Collection contains a stampless folded letter addressed to William Branch, Birchardville, Pennsylvania with maritime receiving postmark "New-York ship" Aug. 1838. Much of the letter is about the patent medicine business, reading in part: "The medicine business is nothing to what...

 
Hamilton (Alexander) Midwifery Lecture Notes

Collection consists of fifty-eight lectures on the subject of midwifery. Includes a brief history of the field, a select list of authors, and a table of contents at the back....

 
Hamilton, M.D. (G.V.) poems

Poems written by G.V. Hamilton, M.D., a psychiatrist who studied animal behavior mainly in primates, then became interested in human sexual behavior, especially that of married couples, and spent approximately the last fifteen years of his life as a clinical...

 
Hand (Francis C.) at the University of Pennsylvania Medical School Memorabilia Album

"Commercial album of blank leaves containing 34 mounted, signed, medical lecture admission tickets between 1872-1874 and additional inserted ephemera pertaining to exams and graduation. Some water damage to covers; front hinge broken; shaken; contents clean."...

 
Hanscom (Edgar Ivory) Medical Lecture Notebooks

Collection contains manuscript notebooks of student attending lectures at Bowdoin College's Medical School of Maine, 1902-1903. Four notebooks: Surgery (v.1-3, lectures by Weeks and Mitchell) and Public Hygiene (lectures by C.D. Smith). Edgar Ivory Hanscom was born in 1872 in...

 
Harris (George) letters concerning his A Philosophical Treatise on the Nature and Constitution of Man

George Harris (1809-1890) was a barister and judge with strong interests in anthropology and psychology. During 1874-1876, George Harris solicited comments and suggestions from many eminent philosophers, theologians and naturalists concerning the ideas and language of his planned treatise on...

 
Hartigan (Burrill) lecture notes

Burrill Hartigan used a two-ringed "University Loose Leaf Note Book'" (Stationery Department, F.W. Woolworth Co.) to record notes in neat, cursive script on 96 hand-numbered lined pages, most of which contain detailed handwritten entries from lectures in "Class A" and...

 
Hassenplug (Lulu K.W.) papers

Hassenplug (1903-1995), was founding dean of the UCLA School of Nursing (1949-1968). She was a pioneer and leader in modern education of nurses, spearheading the movement to shift nursing education from the hospital to the college campus and insisting that...

 
Haun (Charles K.) at the American Association of Anatomists conference program

Collection consists of a conference program signed by 38 participants of the 88th session of the American Association of Anatomists, hosted by the UCLA Center for Health Sciences but held at the L.A. Hilton Hotel, Los Angeles, 23-27 March 1975....

 
Haymaker (Webb) Founders of Neurology archive

Much of this collection consists of correspondence, texts, and photographs created and gathered for an exhibit about individuals important in the history of basic and clinical neuroscience. The materials of this multi-authored, international endeavor were expanded, under leadership and editing...

 
Headache Doctoring Correspondence

This collection consists of a patient letter. The correspondent (patient) visited the physician, Dr. John Green "to make application to you for relief when I was in Worcester [Massachusetts] last January [and] you was pleased to present me with a...

 
Healy (David) papers

The David Healy Papers collection consists of a draft of David Healy’s monograph and all associated interview transcripts/supplementary materials from his published oral history of psychopharmacology ( , Vols. I-III). It also contains research and testimony from multiple legal cases...

 
Henry Heil Chemical Company records

The collection consists of more than 130 pieces, including approximately 70 pages of letters and invoices, from 40 different firms, and includes approximately 60 different catalogues and brochures. The letters---on company letterheads, including some elaborate, illustrated, engraved letterhead--present detailed, specific...

 
History of Entomology Lecture Notes

Collection consists of a typescript copy of outline and notes to accompany a college course on the history of entomology, presumably at University of California, Berkeley. "The first half of the course, that dealing with the history as pertaining to...

 
History of Medicine and the Sciences Unpublished Bibliographies

Collection contains the following: Publications of Bennet M. Allen (ca. 1959) ([5] p.) -- Bibliography of books on the history of anatomy (2 February 1966) (9 p.) -- Bibliography on history of anesthesia / Dr. Gilman (24 May 1961) (4...

 
Hoffman (Tony and Fran) collection of mental health family advocacy materials

Tony and Frances Hoffman, together with other parents, launched a national advocacy movement that revolutionized research, treatment and care for the mentally ill in the United States. This collection includes newsletters, reports, clippings, and 19 books....

 
Hollister (Leo E.) papers

Documents related to Leo E. Hollister....

 
Hood (Mary V.) Collection of Yosemite wildflower drawings by

The collection contains 123 numbered and 1 unnumbered black and white drawings (on illustration board 23 x 17 to 25 x 20 cm.) by Mary V. Hood of wildflowers in Yosemite National Park, California. Illustrations were published at least twice:...

 
Horner (William) correspondence

Collection contains correspondence from William Horner of Allentown, Pennsylvania to Benjamin Horner Coats, M.D., of Philadelphia. Writer claims to be President of the United States on the Farmer's ticket and "the American Volunteer, the Colonial President of America, the Grand...

 
Hospital Cartulary

"The cartulary or register of a hospital at Figeac in the Diocese of Cahors in the Southern French Department of Lot. The text is written primarily in Provençal with transcriptions of documents in Latin. The contents, recording donations to the...

 
Hottes (Alfred C.) papers

Collection consists of photographic portraits; correspondence; newspaper and magazine tear-sheets and clippings, some in scrapbooks; newletters; publication contracts and agreements; collected chromolithographs and colored engravings (many by Mary E. Eaton); and watercolor, oil color, and scratchboard illustrations by Hottes, which...

 
Howlett (George P.) correspondence

A collection of fourteen (14) letters from George Howlett (1853-1907) to his wife Adeline Martha (1859-?) while he was staying at The Fenton Hotel, Mt. Clemens, Michigan, in February, 1902. Howlett visited the Clementine Bath House there for a series...

 
Hudson River State Hospital Correspondence Copybook

Letterpress copybook with approximately 925 manuscript letters, on 500 numbered leaves, sent to patients' families and physicians from the superintendent and physicians at Hudson River State Hospital in Poughkeepsie, Dutchess County, New York. The majority of the letters are signed...

 
Huggins (Charles) collection of material about and correspondence with Elmer Belt and Willard E. Goodwin

Correspondence with and subject files from the offices of Los Angeles urologists Elmer Belt (1893-1980) and Willard E. Goodwin (1915-1998), pertaining to Canadian oncologist Charles Brenton Huggins (1901-1997). Huggins shared the 1966 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his...

 
Human Genetics Oral History Collection

This collection was created 2001-2007 by an interdisciplinary team led by Professor Edward R.B. McCabe of the Department of Pediatrics in the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, Professor Nathaniel C. Comfort of the Institute of the History of...

 
Hutchins (Benjamin P.) Correspondence

Collection consists of a letter in which Hutchins and Otis Byam describe James Robbins of Berlin, N.H., advising Brigham than Robbins "is in a state of insanity and not capable of managing his affairs." They "therefore as brothers and well...

 
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Iadarola (Michael J.) and M. A. Ruda papers

Documents relating to Michael J. Iadarola and M. A. Ruda....

 
Ignarro (Louis J.) Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine photo archive

The collection consists of pictorial materials, including photographs provided by Dr. Ignarro, assembled for "Louis J. Ignarro: the Road to Stockholm: a Nobel Mission," an exhibit displayed in the UCLA Biomedical Library, 1999. The exhibit was curated by Anjay Rastogi,...

 
Influenza pandemic personal narratives, manuscripts and ephemera

A small collection of items relating to the 1918-19 influenza epidemic. Included are letters and diaries from 44 individuals, almost all either members of the U. S. Armed Forces or their relatives and friends, who provide a personal commentary on...

 
International Association for the Study of Pain records

Collection consists of correspondence, minutes, reports, and other administrative material, along with photographs and printed materials, which document the IASP's formation, daily operations, membership recruitment and maintenance, national and regional chapter affiliations, publication initiatives, and preparations for and activities at...

 
International Congress on Hormones, Brain & Neuropsychopharmacology records

Collection consists of records of the first (13-17 September 1993 in Rhodes, Greece) and second (15-19 July 2000 in Rhodes, Greece) International Congress on Hormones, Brain & Neuropsychopharmacology. Collection spans 1992-2001 and consists of: abstracts, brochures, programs, and other published...

 
International Pain Foundation records

The collection documents the founding and brief active history of the International Pain Foundation (IPF) through incorporation, organization, and management files; publicity; newsletter mock-ups; financial and accounting reports; fundraising correspondence; and proposals for research and education projects....

 
International Society of Psychoneuroendocrinology records

Records, collected by Oakley S. Ray at Vanderbilt University, relating to the International Society of Psychoneuroendocrinology (ISPNE), which was founded in 1969....

 
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Jacobs (Bob) collection of Arnold B. Scheibel lectures

This is a collection of videorecordings of Arnold B. Scheibel lectures in Anatomy 98B class at UCLA, 1993 April 6 - June 1. Recordings include: Tape 1: The origins of the human brain (6 April 1993) Tape 2: Gross neuroanatomy:...

 
Jamieson (W. C.) notes on William Irvine lectures

"The first half of the text is devoted to chemistry and is separately indexed. This covers basic rules and concepts but is skewed toward making up compounds and the actions of various elements with one another -- evidently a preparation...

 
Jarvik (Murray E.) papers

Murray E. Jarvik (June 1, 1923 - May 8, 2008) was a professor of psychiatry and pharmacology at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and the University of California, Los Angeles. His research interests included effects of drugs on learning...

 
Jerome Levine Collection of Early Clinical Drug Evaluation Units Material and Other Documents

The collection consists of typescript memoranda announcing the ECDEU program (1960-1963) and its name change to NCDEU (1976) and printed manuals (1970-1979) pertaining to Early Clinical Drug Evaluation Units (ECDEU); and dot-matrix computer printouts (1979, 1982) from the Biometric Laboratory...

 
Johnson (Arthur M.) collection of botanical drawings

Approximately 1000 botanical drawings, most in pen and black ink on paper, of the structural parts of angiosperms and some gymnosperms, by Arthur Monrad Johnson. Many of the illustrations have been published in the author's scientific publications, such as his...

 
Jones (Margaret H.) papers

This collection documents a portion of Margaret H. Jones's involvement with the American Academy for Cerebral Palsy's Brain Registry. It includes: "Infantile spastic hemiplegia", a ten-page pamphlet reproducing (in a different format) the Academy's brain registry exhibit at the American...

 
Julian (John M.) Account Book

"This the office account book for Dr. John M. Julian, who maintained an office at 165 Washington Street in Hoboken and practiced medicine in that city for many years (cf. Gopsill's 1866 Jersey City and Hoboken Directory). Holograph volume chronicles...

 
Justice for All exhibition materials

Collection contains pamphlets from public outdoor photographic exhibitions and website of anti-abortion university student group, Justice for All, also known as Students for Bio-Ethical Equality....

 
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Kaim (Samuel C.) papers

Documents related to Samuel C. Kaim....

 
Kanaar, M.D. (Adrian C.) papers

Dr. Kanaar was a British-born and -trained surgeon who served in the Royal Army Medical Corps during World War II, in France and Belgium up to the retreat at Dunkirk, in various battlefield locations after D-day, and in Berlin during...

 
Karno, M.D. (Marvin) professional papers

Dr. Marvin Karno, Professor Emeritus, Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences, UCLA School of Medicine, had an illustrious career as clinician, researcher, teacher, and administrator. This small collection focuses mainly on his research in community centered psychiatry, especially with Los...

 
Karr (John B.) Pathology photostat typescript

Collection contains photostat typescript, bound, with holograph annotations throughout. Final section titled "Exercises in recitation in connection with the summary on general pathology". Some notes dated 1915 or 1916. Blank prescription form and real estate invoice (dated 1907) laid in;...

 
Kaufman (Franklin John) papers

Physician's patient visit registers and related material kept by Syracuse, New York general practitioner F.J. (Franklin John) Kaufman....

 
Kelley (George F.) Correspondence

Collection contains a report by a physician appointed by the state of Massachusetts to examine convicts. He recommends removal of a violent, delusional prisoner convicted of drunkenness to one of the state hospitals....

 
Kelley (Harold H.) papers

Two boxes of autobiographical and biographical files; education (BA 1942 and MA in Psychology 1943 at UC Berkeley; PhD under Kurt Lewin at MIT, 1948); academic appointments; publications and presentations; and awards and honors (including election to the National Academy...

 
Kellner (Robert) papers

Documents related to the career of Robert Kellner, including manuscripts, correspondence and research project files....

 
Killam (Keith) and Eva Killam papers

The collection consists of documents related to the careers of Keith and Eva Killam, including manuscripts, correspondence, teaching materials, professional society files, slides and research project files....

 
King Charles ye First His Physick Books

Collection contains manuscript volumes in unknown hand. Bookseller attributes possible authorship to Sir Théodore Turquet de Mayerne, son of the Hugenot historian and political theorist Louis Turquet de Mayerne, and physician to James I, Charles I, and Charles II (upon...

 
Klein (Donald F.) papers

Donald Franklin Klein, Professor emeritus in the Department of Psychiatry at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, is a psychiatrist and researcher who revolutionized psychiatric thinking through his discovery in 1960 that imipramine, a recently-developed psychotropic medication, was effective...

 
Kling (Arthur S.) collection

This small collection contains Dr. Arthur S. Kling's basic biographical and professional information in a few textual documents. However, a visual history of his scientific work is well represented in photographs and over one thousand 35 mm slides. Contained are...

 
Knight Dunlap Correspondence

Collection consists of a typed letter signed from Knight Dunlap to "My Dear Slemons" (J. Morris Slemons), 17 January 1901, with annotations and corrections by hand. Typed on letterhead of the Psychological Laboratory, The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland. Apparently...

 
Knorr (E. A.) Patient Case Notes

Four volumes of manuscript patient case notes, with handwritten indexes referring to page numbers bearing patient records, document the practice of E.A. Knorr, M.D., an ophthalmologist practicing and teaching in Baltimore, Maryland, from 1905 to 1948. Several non-ophthalmologic cases are...

 
Knowlton (J. Edward) Pathology notebook

This collection contains a holograph notebook written in ink and pencil; author identified on label on cover: J. Edward Knowlton of 80 East Concord St., Boston. Perhaps lecture or ward notes from a medical school or teaching hospital. Notations contain...

 
Kottmann (J.B.C.) collection of Johann Christian Stark lectures

Lectures on surgery delivered in Jena by Johann Christian Stark, recorded in manuscript by J.B.C. (Johann Bapt. Carol.) Kottmann. "They begin with the history of surgery and move rapidly to discussing specific ailments and infections as well as remedies (with...

 
Kruger (Lawrence) papers

The collection contains incoming and outgoing scientific correspondence from 1959-1998, during Dr. Kruger's time on the faculty at the UCLA School of Medicine.

 
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Ladd (George D.) Correspondence

Collection contains holographs; 11 letters plus some accompanying postal covers and notes. Typescript summaries provided by antiquarian bookseller. George Ladd was a medical student at Rush Medical College, Chicago, and Boston Dental College, then a doctor in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. His...

 
Lanahan (Lawrence S.) collection of James Buchanan Brady Urological Institute case reports

The collection contains a summary of cases in the Brady Urological Institute of the Johns Hopkins Hospital from July 1, 1948 to June 30, 1949, prepared by Lawrence S. Lanahan. Residents include Willard E. Goodwin and Peter L. Scardino....

 
Lancaster (Charles) ledger

The manuscript ledger of Dr. Charles Lancaster (1808-1903), a physician, lawyer, and author in Newark, New Jersey, documents his recipes for and trade in medical remedies, and as an "electro-medical specialist". The ledger begins with a "list of medicines in...

 
Landré-Beauvais (Augustin Jacob) Lecture Notes

"An extensive and well-preserved series of transcribed notes for lectures given by the French surgeon Landré-Beauvais at the Hôpital de la Saltpêtrière in Paris at the opening of the nineteenth century. Landré-Beauvais was one of the most distinguished students of...

 
Latin-American Congress of Neurosurgery summary and reports

This collection consists of mimeographed or stencil-copied typescript summaries and reports from the 6th Latin-American Congress of Neurosurgery, held in Montevideo, Uruguay, in March 1955....

 
Leake (Dr. William W.) Report of Injuries

Collection consists of a two page report of injuries. Approximate date inferred from printed code at head: "J-25M-2-43 F.C. 5-26." Inkstamp at foot of recto: "Dr. Wm. W. Leake, Chief Surgeon, I.C. System, Chicago, Ill."...

 
Lehmann (Heinz E.) papers

Documents related to Heinz E. Lehmann....

 
Lépecq de la Cloture (Louis) letters, reports and financial agreements

Collection consists of 10 holograph documents (letters, reports and financial agreements) concerning the writing of Lépecq de la Cloture's 2 v. book (Collection d'observations sur les maladies et constitution épidémiques. De l'Imprimerie privilégiée; et se trouve a Paris: Chez Didot...

 
Les Devoirs d'une Soeur de L'hôpital manuscript codex

Collection consists of a set of rules, written in cursive by a single hand for the conduct of a charity hospital, run by a community of nuns. The manuscript includes chapters entitled "De la Prudence, De l'application, De l'amour du...

 
Lewis (Dr. Dorsey W.) daybook

Collection consists of a manuscript written in multiple hands and bound in gray, cross-hatched paper cover with brown cloth spine. Front cover embossed with flourished "Memorandum" in blue; autographed at the top "Dr. Dorsey W. Lewis, Odessa, Delaware March 1st...

 
Lewis (Mary) Optical Cards

Collection consists of a set of 58 cards with embossed floral borders, numbered in series in manuscript, each with manuscript title, diagram, and related notes describing a different optical problem, phenomenon, or experiment. Housed in contemporary two-part straight-grain red morocco...

 
Liebeskind (John C.) papers

This collection contains records pertaining to Liebeskind's work pertaining to the field of pain relief research....

 
Lindsley (Donald B.) papers

Donald B. Lindsley was an early pioneer of the electroencephalogram (EEG) and an internationally recognized psychologist and brain scientist. Originally from Ohio, Lindsley worked throughout the United States and spent the last half of his career at UCLA where he...

 
Livingood (Louis A.) Account Book

A manuscript record of physician Louis A. Livingood's medical practice in Womelsdorf, Pennsylvania, a borough east of Harrisburg and north of Lancaster, from 1883 through 1894. New entries were added chronologically on 640 [i.e., 641] of 696 pages in a...

 
Livingston (Kenneth E.) papers

Original order and original series designation were maintained with the Livingston Papers, hence some overlap in content (e.g., the papers arrived with alphabetical ....

 
Livingston (Kenneth E.) papers - supplement

The supplement to the main Kenneth E. Livingston collection (Ms. Collection #130) extends the documentation of his clinical and research endeavors in limbic system research and in the control of chronic pain. To his long-term ongoing study of intravenous procaine...

 
Livingston (W. K.) papers

The William K. Livingston Papers were received from his daughter-in-law Katherine Livingston in 1996 with one additional box on 10 October 1997....

 
Long (D. B.) ledger

Ledger begins with the constitution and minutes for U.S.A. Hospital [i.e., U.S. Hospital, or U.S. General Hospital] Temperance Society (Cleveland, Ohio) Temperance Literary Society, Cleveland, Ohio, March-April 1865, [10] p. (on [10] leaves, some blank), kept by D.B. (David Burton)...

 
Loop (Howard L.) papers

Collection chiefly contains handwritten diaries/daybooks/journals and notebooks, with titles such as "Universal orbit engineering daily journal" from 1958-1989; covers of some notebooks are lined with aluminum foil. Also, correspondence from Loop to family members and to/with others, 1970-1994; 1 folder...

 
Lorente de Nó (Rafael) papers

This collection contains the papers of Spanish neuroscientist Rafael Lorente de Nó....

 
Los Angeles County Mental Health Commission records

This collections comprises the records of the Los Angeles County Mental Health Commission, including Mental Health Advisory Board annual reports; Mental Health Commission minutes; Executive Committee minutes; and reports....

 
Los Angeles Society of Internal Medicine records

The records of the Society are incomplete. They consist of: a leather-bound ledger of revised constitution, minutes of scientific and council meetings, invitations, and programs from January 1958 - December 1965; 1985 amended constitution; 1985 draft of historical profile for...

 
Los Angeles-Network Against Psychiatric Assault Flyer Mock-Up

A two-sheet, hand-pasted mock-up or marquette for a protest demonstration flyer, produced by the Network Against Psychiatric Assault, Los Angeles County Chapter, with a mailing address of Studio City, California for its Conference Committee. According to an accompanying job ticket...

 
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MacDonald (Norman S.) Reprints and Offprints Collection

Collection consists of 51 reprints and offprints, concerning nuclear medicine research, for which Norman S. MacDonald was either the author or a co-author. Also, 6 unclassified reports, dated 1949-1957, from the UCLA School of Medicine's Atomic Energy Project, contract AT-04-1-GEN-12....

 
Maison Belhomme Register

Collection consists of a register of admissions to and discharges from the "maison de santé" run by Jacques Belhomme, covering the period from April 1, 1775 to Aug. 20, 1810, and describing 119 patients...

 
Manual of Anesthesiology for Medical Students, Interns, and Residents

Collection contains typescript, annotated in pencil and black ink, bound in green cloth over boards; printed paper labels on upper board and t.p.; spine lettered in gold. "Privately published under the sponsorship of the Surgeon General, U.S. Army, January 1945."...

 
Marmelzat (Willard L.) collection

Willard Lee Marmelzat, M.D., renowned dermatologist, wrote multiple works on the history of medicine. In addition to his manuscripts, the collection consists of his subject files, correspondence, publications, professional society files, speeches, education files, and memorabilia.

 
Marseilles Plague Public Health Measures Documents

"The manuscript material here consists chiefly of letters and reports from the Carlo Cellio, the Chatelain of the Anzio tower, the site of the suspected outbreak, to Cardinal Paulucci. Some of these, obviously written in great haste, convey the urgency...

 
Marsh (J.W.) cancer cure ephemera collection

"A small collection of late 19th century ephemera promoting cancer and other patent cures, all sent to Dr. J.W. Marsh of Manchester Center, Vermont. Marsh was a member of the Eclectic Medical Society; he joined in 1896 and was listed...

 
Marshall (Louise H.) papers

The collection consists of research, publication, and activities files of Louise H Marshall. Records of the Neuroscience History Archives—including oral history program—comprise other collections....

 
Marshall (Wade H.) papers

Wade Hampton Marshall, Ph.D. (1907-1972) was a pioneer in electrophysiology of the brain, internationally renowned for his work in mapping the somatosensory system of the cat and monkey and the visual cortex of the cat. His strong background in physics,...

 
Materials on operating room technique for nurses collection

"Operating Room Technique for Nurses" is an unpublished manuscript by Louis H. Nason, M.D., who was a Harvard professor and surgeon at Beth Israel Hospital where he was also in charge of teaching nurses. Totaling a 145 typescript pages with...

 
Mayday Fund collection of training materials for educational workshops in pain management

The Mayday Fund is dedicated to alleviating the incidence, degree and consequence of human physical pain. The Fund was established in 1992 to further Shirley Steinman Katzenbach's commitment to social and medical causes, specifically the treatment of human physical pain....

 
McCabe (Edward R. B.) collection of lecture and presentation slides and notes about medical genetics

Dr. Edward R. B. McCabe is a pediatrician and professor whose primary research interests include molecular genetics and systems biology with a focus on pediatric applications, including newborn disease screening, diagnosis and treatment of disorders such as: Sickle Cell Disease,...

 
Mcclintic (Thomas Brown, Dr.) Papers

This collection comprises documents related to the career of Dr. Thomas Brown McClintic, a physician who served in the U.S. Marine Hospital Service from 1898 until 1912, when he died of the disease he had been sent to control. The...

 
Mease (James) papers

James Mease (1771-1846), physician, scientific thinker and author, was one of Philadelphia's most prominent citizens and an ardent booster of both the United States and Pennsylvania. His interests were wide-ranging, as were his contacts with notable figures in science, agriculture...

 
Medical Library Group of Southern California and Arizona Records

Collection consists of records of regional organization of professional medical librarians. In addition to information identified in series statement, includes scholarship fund-raising activities, interlibrary loan policies, MLGSCA union lists of serials, and NCNMLG/MLGSCA legislative sourcebooks....

 
Medical manuscripts and obstetrical teaching manikin collection

The manikin was designed as a practical obstetrical teaching tool for the training of midwives. The skull is attached to the torso of the manikin with a round, metal eye-hook and fabric tape which allows for full range of motion....

 
Medical Miscellany and a History of the Hoblyn Family Blank Book

Collection consists of a blank book divided into two parts separated by 39 blank pages....

 
Medical Postage Stamps Collection

Collection began with 37 stamp issues from 12 nations, as gift from the Los Angeles County Medical Association. Additions made from UCLA Biomedical Library Museum Collection....

 
Medical Recipes

Collection contains manuscript formulae for medical powders, elixirs, and concoctions. Approx. date based on printed receipt and formula "for disguising nauseous medicines" on letterhead of Dr. George Morrison, Delavan, Wisc., completed in holograph March 15, 1875. Quarter red sheep and...

 
Medical Recipes, Astrological Charts and Medical Charts Manuscript

Collection consists of manuscript volume, begun at one end with [3] p. of "Tinctures"; from the other, [80] p. of astrological and medical charts and descriptions. On p. [1] is a chart of signs, houses, terms or bounds, and faces...

 
Medical school lecture notes collection

Handwritten lectures on auscultation, percussion, inspection, and history of anatomy, written in a clear hand in ink on lined paper, from October 1846 at an unidentified institution by an unattributed author. A single page, written in pencil, is dated 26...

 
Mental health advocacy in California materials

This collection documents the history of mental health patient advocacy and services in California, with an emphasis on Los Angeles County, from the 1960s to the present. Containing materials from longstanding grassroots advocacy organizations including Mental Health Advocacy Services (MHAS),...

 
Mitchell (George Alfred) Account Book

A manuscript record of physician G. (Geo.) Alfred Mitchell's practice in Michaelsville [Maryland?], commencing 1 April 1853 and running through 1 November 1856. Brief records were added in December of that year, then crossed-out. Entries, occupying 235 of 383 pages,...

 
Mitchell (James R.) notes on Nathaniel Potter lectures

Notes on lectures by Nathaniel Potter, professor of the principles and practice of medicine at the College of Medicine of Baltimore, were transcribed in a neat, legible hand by medical student James R. Mitchell. Some lectures are numbered and dated....

 
Moncure (R.C.L.) Correspondence

Collection consists of a typewritten letter addressed "To the Druggists and Physicians" registered under the Harrison Narcotic Law, asking that they provide information on drug addicts and narcotic prescriptions. The letter outlines the information needed and asks that it be...

 
Moseley (Benjamin) correspondence

Collection contains letter to Sir Robert Smyth. Moseley bemoans the state of education and the attitudes of students, masters, and clergy in colleges and universities of England. Benjamin Moseley studied in London, Paris, and Leyden; practised in the West Indies;...

 
Moss (Charles W.) Diary

Quartermaster and commissary clerk Charles W. Moss intended to keep a daily diary aboard the British cattle steamer Lennox, under contract to the United States to transport 457 horses from Portland, Oregon to Manila Bay, Philippine Islands, from 8 March...

 
Mules (P. H.) The Causes of Blindness Manuscript

This two-volume manuscript for an unpublished book on eye diseases, injuries, and pathology includes 97 hand-drawn color figures on white paper mounted on black cardstock. The bulk of the text is followed by two chapters not listed in the author's...

 
Murman (Eugene O. W.) watercolors of California flora

The Murman collection consists of 495 original watercolors and 26 photographs of California native plants, representing 85 different families and ca. 460 species. The paintings are scientifically accurate as well as artistic, each showing details of a branch and enlarged...

 
My Girl: An Account of the Life and Death of Doris Harper Notebook

Collection consists of a notebook created by Doris Harper's mother, Genevieve. Book opens with information regarding the baby's birth on April 15, 1907 and closes with an anguished description of the child's death on April 10, 1918 due to "acute...

 
Myers (Richard O.) papers

This collection contains professional and a few personal papers of Dr. Richard O. Myers, a forensic pathologist whose career included seven years as autopsy surgeon for the Los Angeles County Coroner's Office, many years teaching forensic medicine at the University...

 
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National Network of Libraries of Medicine (U.S.) Pacific Southwest Region Records

Collection contains the records of NN/LM PSR since its formation in 1969. Includes annual reports, chronological files, newsletters and other publications, and operational files. Contains no personnel records or files on confidential actions. Budget files are on a 10-year retention...

 
National Vaccine Establishment broadside

Collection contains National Vaccine Establishment broadside which reads " ... at a board, holden on the 6th day of October, 1814. Resolved: that there be three classes of vaccinators, namely, stationary, extraordinary, and corresponding ..." Broadside is signed at end:...

 
New Hampshire Medical Institution lecture notes collection

Notes, handwritten in pencil on lined blue paper, for medical lectures at the New Hampshire Medical Institution (later Dartmouth Medical School), from 17 August to 13 September 1854. The institution is not identified but may be surmised from the names...

 
A New Model to Evaluate Mild Analgesics in Oral Surgery Outpatients Typescript Photocopy

Collection contains thesis (Ph.D.)--Georgetown University, 1975. Photocopy typescript draft of Cooper's doctoral dissertation. With T.L.s. from Abraham Sunshine (New York, N.Y.) to Cooper and from Cooper (Washington, D.C.) to Sunshine....

 
New York Anti-Vivisection Society correspondence

Collection contains a letter on New York Anti-Vivisection Society letterhead, seeks membership subscriptions. Date from cancelled, stamped envelope. Includes form with application blank and receipt and self-addressed (1860 Broadway, New York) return envelope. Letter refers to enclosed "leaflet which tells...

 
New York City Pharmacist account book

Manuscript account book of purchases of wholesale medical goods, oddments, and accessories by a New York City pharmacist....

 
New York General Store Ledger

Manuscript account book containing store accounts kept by the proprietor of, presumably, a general store in upstate New York. The date range is established from dated ledger entries. An alphabetical, tabbed index of names on the first [24] pages refers...

 
Noordenbos (W.) papers

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...

 
Norland Institute Testimonial Book

Collection contains the testimonial book of a nanny or nurse trained at the Norland Institute (now Norland College, Bath, England), to be completed in manuscript for an individual. The first three leaves of the testimonial book lay out the objects...

 
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O'Malley (Charles D.) papers

The collection contains O'Malley's research materials, documents pertaining to his professional and academic life, correspondence, and some personal items. Included are reproductions, translations and transcriptions of source texts; reprints; illustrations and portraits; notes, bibliographies, catalogs, etc.

 
On the Anatomy of the Heart Manuscript

Collection consists of a manuscript, created and signed by four students (José Arana y Abreu, Pedro Soler Bertot, Pedro Marti Bonaplata, and José Albeu Rabane) in honor of their "dear and worthy professor of anatomy," Doctor Antonio Riera Villaret, in...

 
On the Technical Development of Automatization and Some of its Moral Consequences Paper

Collection consists of the following: "Paper presented at symposium on Science and our Future; AAAS Committee on Science in the Promotion of Human Welfare, Annual Meeting, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Chicago, December 27, 1959"--At head of caption...

 
Osler (William, Sir) portrait by Seymour Thomas and other Osler-related papers

From the original Osler portrait he had painted and exhibited in 1909, the prominent American portraitist S. Seymour Thomas also painted a replica. Elmer Belt, M.D., instrumental in the founding of the UCLA School of Medicine and its staunch supporter,...

 
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Page (James O.) papers

This collection gathers the papers of James O. Page, the "father of modern EMS" which span nearly a half century of active service in the fire and Emergency Medical Services fields. The material is separated into two main bodies: Page’s...

 
Page Seed Company records

A collection of approximately 425 incoming and outgoing letters and invoices documents the business activities of the Page Seed Company, founded in 1896 by Erford Lydell Page and Cornelia Page in Greene, Chenango County, New York. Letterheads on outgoing letters...

 
Pain management workshops collection

The collection contains the following: [Low back pain (LBP) guideline], ca. 1996; [Pain patient examination and consultation forms], ca. 1996; Fourth annual comprehensive review of pain management: 1997 syllabus (New Orleans, 20-23 November 1997) / presented by the American Society...

 
Pajot (Charles) lecture notes collection

Manuscript notes of 80 lectures on obstetrics delivered in Paris by Charles Pajot, beginning in September 1859. Written in black ink in a small, difficult hand, on recto of each leaf; the same hand added several tables and notes, in...

 
Parsons (Charles Wesley, Rev.) correspondence

"A fascinating archive of letters from Rev. Charles Wesley Parsons (1851-1907) to his close friend Henry M. Quackenbush (1847-1933), gun manufacturer and inventor of the extension ladder and the nutcracker. Once a highly respected Methodist Episcopal minister, by his late...

 
Pate (Edward) Chiropody Notebook

Collection contains course notes, with one diagram, completed in pen and pencil on 36 p. at beginning and end of notebook. The notes concern the fundamentals of chiropody and the practices involved. The notebook also contains tipped-in typescript letters and...

 
Pathologie Interne Lecture Notes

Collection consists of a manuscript on blue paper in unidentified hand, apparently that of an unnamed student of Philippe Pinel. Notes in longhand of Pinel's two-year course on internal pathology at the École de Médecine in Paris. The organization of...

 
Pathologische Anatomie Lecture Notes

A series of lecture notes dealing with anatomical and clinical pathology, consisting of more than 400 pages of manuscript text with approximately 30 lines per page, and with 400 pages of finely hand-drawn and hand-colored drawings facing the text. The...

 
Pavlov (Ivan P.) collection of 18 contemporary laboratory photographs

The collection of photographs, taken around the turn of the 20th century, shows Pavlov's laboratories, coworkers, and some laboratory procedures used in his experiments. The photographs were presented by one of Pavlov's pupils, Professor Petr Stepanovich Kupalov, to Dr. Mary...

 
Pease (Daniel C.) papers

This small collection pertains to the early career of microscopist Daniel C. Pease, Ph.D. (1914-2001) at the University of Southern California (USC) and University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). Pease developed thin-slice histological techniques for electron microscopy at USC; two...

 
Pediatric pain interviews collection

The Pediatric Pain Interviews Collection was created 2003-2007 by a UCLA interdisciplinary team led by Professor Margaret C. Jacob and Dr. Marcia Meldrum of the UCLA Department of History and Dr. Lonnie K. Zeltzer of the Department of Pediatrics in...

 
Pfefferkorn study of the Los Angeles County General Hospital

A double-spaced typed report of 135 pages titled: "Pfefferkorn Study. [Los Angeles County General Hospital]". National League of Nursing Education, New York. Blanche Pfefferkorn, at the time Director, Department of Studies, National League of Nursing Education, conducted a study of...

 
Pharmacie Gobley-Vigier labels collection

This collection consists of six sheets displaying more than 50 different labels for health and bath concotions available at the Gobley-Vigier pharmacy, located in the 6th arrondissement on Rue du Bac, in Paris, France....

 
Pharmacist ledger

Collection contains holograph ledger of New England pharmacist, with transactions dated from 1851-1862. Completed in one hand, on ruled blue paper, bound in half tan sheep and marbled paper over boards. Contains entries for opium, morphine, coca, canary seeds, bitters,...

 
Pharmacy and general store ledger

Collection contains Holograph ledger of New England pharmacy and general store, with transactions dated from 1840-1852. Completed in two or more hands, on ruled paper, bound in quarter tan sheep and blue-grey paper over boards. Contains entries for opium, morphine,...

 
Photographs of a Car Battery Manufacturing Facility in Los Angeles

"A batch of snapshot prints documenting the interior of a Los Angeles-area sealed lead acid (SLA) automotive battery manufacturing facility in about 1925. The specific company is not identified, though news reports have the Exide Corp, operating a similar plant...

 
Physician Account Book

Collection consists of a ledger which documents the name of the patient and/or family member, diagnosis, medications or treatments prescribed and the charges for the visit. For example, "Monday, November 1st 1847, #11 Allen Johns visit wife delivering infant and...

 
Physician's commonplace book

This commonplace book, a bound volume presumably kept by a physician in Great Britain, contains manuscript notes and pasted-in journal articles, dated from 1880 through 1900, about a broad range of basic and clinical medical sciences. The blank, bound volume...

 
Picker (Frank) collection of medical and surgical equipment and supply catalogs

The working collection of a physician's office in Garden Grove, California, includes medical and surgical equipment and supply catalogs, price lists, product specification sheets and instruction pamphlets, accumulated from 1949 through 1998. Folders are organized alphabetically by vendor or company...

 
Pierson (Isaac) notes on Benjamin Rush lectures

Manuscript lecture notes recorded by Isaac Pierson in a course given by Benjamin Rush. "Pathology" extends from p. 1-224; "Therapeutics" occupies the remainder of the volume, with a three-page index to both sections at the end. From Rush's syllabus to...

 
Pillola Mercuriale Manuscript

Collection contains Latin and Italian manuscript herbal on paper, Italy, circa 1700. Written in brown ink, with 118 ink and watercolor illustrations, with occasional specimen dried leaves or petals affixed. Four engravings (or parts of engravings) of people in period...

 
Plante (E. F. Raynes) Autograph Albums

Collection contains five autograph albums belonging to nurse E.F. Raynes Plante and signed by soldiers recuperating at the Red Cross hospital at 6 Third Avenue, Hove, Sussex, England. ...

 
Pletscher (Alfred) papers

Documents related to Alfred Pletscher, including historical essays and reprints....

 
Pole Evil Medicine and Other Cures Manuscript

Manuscript includes treatments and recipes such as "Pole Evil Medicine--is to be applied first to the sore direct in quantities sufficient to saturate ... "; "Rev. J.B. Findley's Recipe for Cholera Morbus"; "E.C. Cooper, M.D. on Cronic [sic] Bronchitis"; treatment...

 
Poole (Emilia W.) patient records

A manuscript notebook kept by Emilia Wyndham Poole, a professional nurse, to enter patient case notes from January 1897 through December 1898. The entries contain the patient's name, disease or operation, vital signs, wound condition, medications, general medical state and,...

 
Power (Sir D'Arcy) Scrapbook

"This is a collection of issues of the St. Bartholomew's Journal, unpublished typescripts and ephemera which give a unique insight into Sir D'Arcy Power's relationship with the institution. The Journal issues generally contain his own contributions, such as 'The Hospital...

 
Prescription Envelopes Collection

"John K. Crellin notes that 'While the history of advertising medicines in Britain has attracted much interest, the prescription envelope has rarely been noted. It has attracted interest as ephemera, for which see "The Chemist and his Stationery. The Prescription...

 
Printer's samples of drug labels album

Collection of 317 original printed bottle, box, and pill box labels, on 30 leaves, from an unknown printer. Includes 215 labels mounted on scrapbook leaves and 122 tipped on, usually with a "fan" arrangement, so one can see all of...

 
Promotional Correspondence About Baby Contests in California and Nevada collection

This collection contains carbon-copy typescript correspondence from promoters to parents of contestants and winners of newspaper-sponsored baby contests in California and Nevada from 1916-1932. Includes: L'Elvezia ("the only Swiss newspaper in Italian language published in the United States") (San Francisco,...

 
Psychoanalytic Research & Development Fund, Inc. symposium on infantile trauma transcript

Mimeographed typescript transcript of symposium hosted by Psychoanalytic Research & Development Fund, Inc., 3 to 5 April 1954 at Barbizon-Plaza Hotel, New York, N.Y. Chairman: Dr. Robert Waelder. Participants: Miss Anna Freud, Dr. Phyllis Greenacre, Dr. Marianne Kris, Dr. Peter...

 
Puériculture Baby Book

Collection consists of a manuscript with numerous drawings in red crayon and other pasted-on pictures cut from magazines or photographs. Loose-leaf, unbound, in red wrappers with pictorial upper cover. "An unusual and attractive self-penned baby book, perhaps created by a...

 
Putnam, M.D. (Tracy J.) collection

The bulk of the material is in the form of medical records from Putnam's neurological surgery practice, covering the period from 1947 to 1975 when Putnam worked in Beverly Hills, California and consulted at the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital there....

 
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Rabinowitsch-Kempner (Lydia) papers and photographs

The collection includes biographical information, offprints and reprints, a Rabinowitsch-Kempner calling card, laboratory notebooks, address books, and photographs from Bacteriologist Lydia Rabinowitsch-Kempner....

 
Rambo (Leslie A.) Autograph Album

"An album of original drawings, sentiments, reflections, and recollections by British, Canadian, and American soldiers billeted at the 16th Hospital--specifically, in the 17th Ward, under the care of 'Sister Rambo' (and her colleague, 'Sister Baird'). Prepared as a keepsake for...

 
Rand (Robert W.) collection

A collection of documents, publications, 35 mm and glass slides, and films chronicling Dr. Robert Rand's career as clinical neurosurgeon, researcher into innovative techniques of cancer treatments and microsurgery, and entrepreneur of medical equipment. Textual coverage of his extensive publications...

 
Ranson-Windle-Krieg-Arey Neuroscience Reprints Collection

Collection consists of approximately 8000 reprints and offprints amassed as a working collection, chiefly 1908-1956, by Stephen Walter Ranson and his colleagues and successors at the Northwestern University Dept. of Anatomy and Cell Biology and the Institute of Neurology: William...

 
Ray (Oakley S.) papers

Documents related to Oakley Stern Ray....

 
Rhoads and Bennett correspondence

Collection contains letter on col. ill. letterhead (schematic drawing of human head and neck, showing brain, oral cavity and throat, sinuses, nerves) for "Dar-ling-Oil."...

 
Richter (Leo G.) publications

Collection consists of 2 vol.: v.1 (1923-1943), 71 items; v.2 (1944-1963), 96 items; chiefly radiology of lungs and stomach....

 
Ripert (Hippolyte) notes on P.-J. Barthez lectures

Manuscript lecture notes, in two parts plus and appendix, recorded by medical student Hipolyte Ripert for a course on physiology, called therapeutics, given by P.-J. (Paul-Joseph) Barthez at the medical school at Montpellier (Ecole de médecine de Montpellier). The first...

 
Robertson (Robert) notebooks

The collection contains notebooks of Dr. R. Robertson aboard HMS Romney & Edgar in the West Indies from 1780s; an admission book to Greenwich Hospital; and sick book records from aboard ship....

 
Roemer (Milton) Collection of Health Services Pamphlets and Ephemera

Collection contains reports, newsletters, brochures, inscribed reprints, local imprint publications, clippings, lecture typescripts, and correspondence forming the working and reference files for preparing international travel, giving lectures, and writing papers on national and local health services, health reforms, health legislation,...

 
Runkel (John) notes on Philip Syng Physick lectures

Notes on lectures in surgery and materia medica by Philip Syng Physick, transcribed in a small, very legible hand by medical student John Runkel. Includes two indexes at end: a general index of terms, and an index of materia medicine...

 
Rutter (C.) General Receipts

A collection of recipes for a variety of household uses, such as "mahogany stain," "curry powder," "to intoxicate fish," "solder for tin," and "brass--to clean." Also includes medical recipes such as "quinine syrup," "Seidletz powders," and "hooping cough" [sic]....

 
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San Francisco County Medical Society Library Standard accession books

Three Standard Accession Books: the official record of each volume added to the San Francisco County Medical Society Library from March 12, 1909 to October 22, 1945. Identification of the institution was aided by a 1944 letter found between the...

 
San Francisco Daily News Baby Show and Baby Revue Scrapbook

Collection consists of a scrapbook of folded newspaper clippings, organized chronologically, comprising articles and advertisements for the San Francisco Daily News "Baby Show" and "Baby Revue". The scrapbook many have been kept by a staff member at the newspaper, according...

 
Santa Claus correspondence

Collection consists of a signed letter in which Santa Claus writes to a six-year old girl: "To night is Christmas eve, so I have all the little children in the world to visit -- I give the best things to...

 
Scheibel (Arnold B.) papers

Dr. Arnold B. Scheibel had a long and internationally recognized career in research, teaching, and administration, spent almost entirely at the Brain Research Institute, University of California, Los Angeles. Grounded in both Neuroanatomy and Psychiatry, he sought to describe the...

 
Schenck (John P.) notes on David Hosack lectures

Manuscript lecture notes recorded by medical student John P. Schenck for courses given by David Hosack at the College of Physicians and Surgeons at Columbia University. Most lectures are numbered and dated, from late 1816 through early 1817. Written in...

 
Scott (Flora M.) collection of photographs of southern California trees

The collection consists of 56 black and white photographs of southern California trees, identified by popular and scientific name. The collection was assembled for teaching purposes for the Herbarium and Botanical Gardens of the University of California, Los Angeles.

 
Scrapbook on Committee Defense Contre le Tuberculose

Scrapbook on Committee Defense Contre le Tuberculose....

 
Secretary's Advisory Committee on Genetic Testing Records

Collection contains the Secretary's Advisory Committee on Genetic Testing (SACGT) records. SACGT was chartered June 1998 in the Office of Biotechnology Activities, National Institutes of Health (U.S.), to provide policy advice to the Department of Health and Human Services on...

 
Secretary's Advisory Committee on Genetics, Health, and Society Records

Collection contains the Secretary's Advisory Committee on Genetics, Health, and Society (SACGHS) records. The SACGHS was chartered in 2003 in the Office of Biotechnology Activities, National Institutes of Health (U.S.), as the successor to the Secretary's Advisory Committee on Genetic...

 
Seeman (Philip) papers

Documents, including publications and unpublished papers and notes, related to Philip Seeman....

 
Seymour family papers

The collection consists of miscellaneous personal and professional materials belonging to 3 generations of physicians in one family, spanning 150 years: Robert Curran, M.D. (1806-1872); Francis Asbury Seymour, M.D. (1843-1920); and Eleanor C. Seymour, M.D. (1877-1961). Eleanor Seymour lightly annotated...

 
Sheppard (Edmund) notes on Benjamin Rush lectures

Manuscript lecture notes recorded by medical student Edmund Sheppard for a course given by Benjamin Rush in Philadelphia in 1812. The lectures are from the same year of Rush's publication of his Diseases of the mind; there is a substantial...

 
Sherman (Roland D.) papers

Collection of albums documenting the career of Roland D. Sherman (1909-1999), a U.S. Department of Agriculture food inspector based in New Orleans, Louisiana....

 
Sigerist (Henry E., Dr. and Mrs.) collection of material related to farewell dinner

Collection documents a farewell dinner held at the Plaza Hotel, New York City, 9 May 1947, organized for Dr. and Mrs. Henry E. Sigerist "on the occasion of their return to Switzerland and to do honour to Dr. Sigerist for...

 
Sigerist (Henry) Translation of "The People's Misery"

Collection consists of two manuscript parts. Part 1: Henry Sigerist's manuscript translation from Latin to English of Johann Peter Frank's 1790 address, "The people's misery: mother of diseases". Part 2: Sigerist's introduction to his paper, "The people's misery: mother of...

 
Singer (Jacob J.) collection

Dr. J.J. Singer specialized in diseases of the chest, especially tuberculosis. He had an eminent career both as clinician and as hospital administrator. This is a small and spotty collection of personal, legal, and professional documents, a few photographs and...

 
Small (A. E.) travel diary

Manuscript travel diary of Alvan Edmond Small (1811-1886) of Chicago, author of a popular manual on homeopathic, during a month-long trip to Europe from 19 July through 22 September 1865. It includes his descriptions of encounters with and his impressions...

 
Smith (A. Elizabeth) collection of lesson plans

"An aspiring elementary schoolteacher's proposed lesson plan for a year of art projects, submitted in consideration for the Annual Award of Honor at the Massachusetts School of Art [founded in 1873 as the Massachusetts Normal Art School, later renamed the...

 
Society for the History of Medical Science records

Records of the Society for the History of Medical Science, which was a duly registered University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) campus-affiliated group and a constituent society of the American Association of the History of Medicine. The Society was founded...

 
Some Considerations on the Early Development of U.S. Army Medical Department Annotated Bibliography

Collection consists of a photocopy volume of annotated bibliographical references about the historical development of the militarization of medical personnel, compiled by Claire M. Sorrell, General Reference and Research Branch of the United States Army Medical Department, 1959-60. "Data reference...

 
Southern California Society of Anaesthetists and Pacific Coast Association of Anaesthetists records

Records of the Southern California Society of Anaesthetists (SCSA) include: Ledger of minutes, finances and rosters recorded by Dr. Eleanor Seymour (1919-21); Founding documents (1920); Constitution and bylaws; Programs and correspondence (1922-26); Organization meeting and proposed constitution for the Pacific...

 
Spiegelman (J. Marvin) papers

The papers of Jungian analyst J. Marvin Spiegelman document his training (including a Ph.D. in Clinical and Social Psychology [1952] from UCLA, and his work leading to the Analyst’s Diploma [1959] from the C.G. Jung Institute in Zürich, Switzerland), psychotherapy...

 
Spiritual and mental healing materials collection

A collection of typescript hymns, prayers, essays, and reports; newsletters; mailings; and photocopied articles and chapters about spiritual and mental healing, 1970-1970. Includes documents by or about: Universal Church of Ageless Wisdom (Woodbury, NJ) -- Alpha Energy Products (Miami, FL)...

 
Squibb (Edward Robinson) diary

A handwritten diary of cruises and travels taken by inventor and pharmaceutical manufacturer E.R. (Edward Robinson) Squibb with his wife, Helen, of Brooklyn, New York, features visits to numerous countries as passengers on several cruise lines, from 29 May through...

 
St. Bartholomew's Hospital Collection

"This is an unpublished collection of miscellaneous papers on the history of St. Bartholomew's, [assembled by Norwich surgeon Charles Noon]. Some are probably Noon's own work, such as a typed list of the physicians and surgeons of the hospital through...

 
St. Luke's Hospital Patient Case Reports

Patient case reports for St. Luke's Hospital, in London, from 1839-1840 were completed in manuscript by James Luke on pre-printed forms which were bound as a ledger. The printed headings are: Name -- Age -- Residence -- Occupation -- Married...

 
Status of Women in Medicine (Committee on the) Records

Records document organization and activities of SWIM, the UCLA School of Medicine Dean's Advisory Committee on the Status of Women in Medicine. Correspondence and business records span 1976-1985. Includes files for teh development of newsletters and an incomplete set of...

 
Statuta Chirurgicorum Parisiensium et Confraternitatis Beatorum Cosme et Damiani Excerpts

Collection contains a manuscript produced in Paris for the Collège [or Communauté] des chirurgiens de Paris, Confrérie de saint Côme et saint Damien. According to the antiquarian book dealer notes, "the present hand-written Statutes must have figured in the Church...

 
Stearns (W.B.) Correspondence

Collection conists of a letter to Stearns' sister Maria. Letter refers to the specifics of farming; John Minand's ailing health and visit to Westminster; a lawsuit with a doctor over a financial dispute, with the details therein and the impending...

 
Stein (Justin J.) publications

Collection consists of 2 bound vol.: v.1 (1935-1965), 63 items; v.2 (1966-1970), 39 items and curriculum vitae. Professor of Radiology, UCLA, 1952- ; Chief, Radiology Therapy Div., 1952-1970; Director, UCLA Cancer Research Institute, 1955-1970; Director, UCLA Tumor Registry; Exec. Coordinator...

 
Stewart (George Neil) papers

Stewart's papers consist of notes, laboratory data and analyses, texts, and drawings pertaining to his research in vagotomy and blood circulation. All are handwritten, except as otherwise indicated. Quoted titles are caption or docketed titles transcribed from the documents....

 
Strang (Theodore Alfred) diary

T.A. (Theodore Alfred) Strang was commissioned as Surgeon with the rank of Lieutenant Commander in the medical corps of the Naval Reserve of the United States, 27 September 1943; his commission paperwork begins the body of this photographically-illustrated, handwritten diary...

 
Sulphume sulfur water and Sozodont dentrifice advertisements

Collection contains a leaf torn from "Munsey's magazine--advertising section"--Running head....

 
Sweet (William Herbert) Papers

Collection contains papers, books, surgical instruments, stereotactic devices, and memorabilia....

 
Swerdlow (Mark) papers

The collection consists of Dr. Mark Swerdlow's autobiographical statement and curriculum vitae; an incomplete selection of reprints of publications; programs, reports, transcripts and articles of pain symposia; and information about professional societies devoted to pain research and treatment. Highlights include:...

 
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Taylor (Rebecca) Commonplace Book

Collection consists of a commonplace book, containing medical recipes interspersed with poems, quotations, and observations on a wide variety of subjects. Nearly every entry is cited, although only very briefly. The dates on the citations range from 1789-1844, with the...

 
Terapeutica Manuscript

Collection consists of a manuscript with quarter binding of vellum and mottled green paper over boards; untrimmed pages. "No. 10" written by hand on outside front cover; paper label at tail of spine with "539" written on it, also by...

 
Terzian (Shohig (Sherry)) papers

Documemts related to the career of Shohig (Sherry) Terzian, including letters and memos from 1948-1958 that document consultations about staff libraries, deaccessioning or "weeding" holdings of libraries, and participation in the Special Libraries Association....

 
Theo Noel Company Pamphlet and Order Materials

Collection contains pamphlet ([4] p.) describing Vitae-Ore and V.-O. Preparation and financial health of Theo. Noel Company, Chicago Ill. Collection also contains agents' order sheet and price list, $4.00 order blank (discount for $6.00 worth of products), and self-address return...

 
Theodore von Kármán collection of offprints and reprints

Approximately 3000 scientific offprints, reprints, typescripts, reports, dissertations and extracts collected by Theodore von Kármán. Some items are inscribed by their authors; all are labeled by Von Kármán for filing in and retrieval from his working files; some are briefly...

 
Tislow (Richard F.) papers

Biographical and autobiographical materials, manuscripts, publications, lectures, correspondence, and professional files focusing on Richard F. Tislow's (born Richard F. Tyslowitz) research and clinical work on the psychopharmacological treatment of psychiatric disorders....

 
Tompkins (Ronald K.) papers

The archives of Ronald K. Tompkins, M.D., UCLA Professor Emeritus of Surgery, contain his curriculum vitae; publications; manuscripts; laboratory notebooks and research files in biliary and pancreatic physiology, and diseases of the gastrointestinal tract; correspondence; surgical education files, and professional...

 
Toothache and Scurvy Treatment Advertisements

Collection consists of bound typescript transcripts of Philadelphia newspaper advertisements dated 1767-1799, chronologically arranged. Ex libris Dr. Harold D. Faggart; his inscription and blindstamp. Approximate date based on year Faggart published a history of dentistry article....

 
Toxicology case book

This handwritten register bears a title page by R.J. Abernethy, Head Toxicologist: "County of Los Angeles / Los Angeles, Calif. / Office of the / County Coroner / Ben H. Brown, Coroner / V.C. Wallace, Chief Deputy Coroner / Toxicology...

 
Trauger scrapbook

A scrapbook titled "Our trip to California."...

 
Turner (T. L.) collection

Ninety-seven items, consisting of legal agreements, letters, and testimonials related to T. Larkin Turner's apothecary business in Boston, and to the patent medicines and soap he manufactured and sold.

 
Turner (Thomas J.) Naval Medical Bureau Blank Book

Collection consists of a leatherbound blank book inscribed and used by Thomas J. Turner, U.S. Navy, to list "directions from Med. Bureau", physical examinations, exclusions, or rejections of 19 candidates, and chemistry and materia medica questions those and other candidates...

 
Tweedy (William) account book

Collection contains manuscript ledger which tracks payments received from patients by a doctor in Bennington, Genesee County, New York, 10 March 1834 - 18 Dec. 1865, and Darien, 29 Dec. 1835 - 12 Sep. 1836. Lists date, name of patient...

 
Tyrrell's Hygienic Institute J.B.L. Cascade Enema Treatment letters and promotional materials collection

Two T.L.s. (signature apparently in inkstamp) from Richard Palmer, President of Tyrrell's Hygienic Institute (152 West 65th Street, New York, N.Y.) to Mrs. R.W. Costilo, Foxboro, Mass. in 1923, offer information about the company's products and highlight its "J.B.L. Cascade"...

 
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UCLA Neuroscience History Archives Oral History Collection

Collection contains interview transcripts and recordings from oral history interviews with staff of the Los Angeles Early School of Neurology and UCLA Brain Research Institute, as well as contributors to the development of neuroscience....

 
United States Soldiers' Homes disbursements and account ledger

This collection consists of a ledger, kept in manuscript, which records disbursements for food (fresh beef, oats, milk, chicken, etc.), stationery, labor, medicines, hardware, and "sundries" for The United States Soldiers' Homes (referred to on the spine of this ledger...

 
University of California, Los Angeles Department of Radiological Sciences residents seminars records

Collection contains residents seminars records for the University of California, Los Angeles Department of Radiological Sciences....

 
University of California, Los Angeles Department of Radiological Sciences Staff publications

Collection consists of bound reprints and offprints of UCLA Dept. of Radiology (1956-1975) and Dept. of Radiological Sciences (1976-)....

 
U.S. Naval Base No. 5 Brest, France photographic album

The photographic album contains 309 photographs (302 pasted on buff paper bound in album, 7 mounted on loose fragments of black paper) which document the World War I service of an individual, presumably a nurse (groups of women are photographed...

 
U.S. Naval Board of Medical Surgeons examinations, theses, and letters of introduction collection

Letters of introduction (A.L.s.) and handwritten medical examinations and theses are addressed to the U.S. Naval Board of Medical Surgeons and later the Naval Board of Medical Examiners. Letters include some details on stationing and experience with ships' surgeons. Written...

 
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van Kammen (Daniel P.) papers

This collection consists of documents related to Daniel P. van Kammen, including medical slide albums, papers, binders with analyses, files, data books, grants, and Johns Hopkins University patients files (1910s-1920s)....

 
Varey (Simon) papers relating to Francisco Hernandez

The collection consists of materials stemming from Simon Varey's Hernández research, which culminated in the editorship of two volumes: 1) "The Mexican Treasury; the Writings of Dr. Francisco Hernández" (English translations of some of Hernández's primary texts, and an unraveling...

 
Virchow (Rudolf) lecture notes collection

Handwritten notes on lectures about pathology, anatomy, therapy, and disease, given by Rudolf Virchow in Berlin in 1879-1880. Each of the three sections has its own title leaf and includes detailed drawings and figures, some in color. "The first section...

 
Vit-O-Net notebook of testimonials

A salesman's notebook consisting of a hardcover binder, embossed Vit-O-Net, which contains testimonials dated 1920-1925 for the Vit-O-Net electric blanket manufactured in Chicago. The first document is a photograph of a woman looking at the blanket unfurled on a bed....

 
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Wade (Benjamin Newton) papers

Documents and correspondence relating to the service and experience of Benjamin Newton Wade, M.D., in the U.S. Army, both state-side and in france, from 1917-1919. Collection contains twenty-five military documents (several being duplicates), two incoming and two outgoing letters, and...

 
Waelsch (Heinrich) collection of documents pertaining to IBRO (International Brain Research Organization)

Heinrich Waelsch, M.D., Ph.D., an internationally respected researcher, was intimately connected with both the development of the field of neurochemistry and the founding and growth of the International Brain Research Organization (IBRO). This collection covers IBRO documents and correspondence from...

 
Walford (Roy L. ) papers

Documents relating to the career of Roy L. Walford including pathology and research files, reprints, Biosphere 2 (1992-1993), notebooks containing research and personal notes, professional files, correspondence, and notes....

 
Walker (Charles Wriggins) baby book materials

Collection contains loose items removed from baby book: The new baby's biography / by A.O. Kaplan. New York: Brentano's, circa 1908....

 
Walker (S.W.) Correspondence

Collection contains a letter from the Secretary at Coleman's Gas-Works Manufacturing Company, on its printed letterhead, about contract for delivering opium, on which he speculated, to him....

 
W.B. Clarke Apothecary prescription book

Collection contains a prescription copybook mostly for "W.B. Clarke, Apothecary, Stockbridge, Mass.", 1898-1899; some entries from "F.M. Pease, pharmacist, 14 Main Street, Lee, Mass.". Each page contains 8 or more duplicate prescriptions, on pharmacist's letterhead and completed in holograph, pasted...

 
Weiner (Herbert) papers

Herbert Weiner, M.D. (1921-2002) was a pioneer in psychosomatic medicine who revolutionized scientific understanding of how the brain and body interact during illness. He served as chief of behavioral medicine at UCLA (1982-2002) and was a researcher at UCLA’s Neuropsychiatric...

 
Welbourn (Richard B.) The History of Endocrine Surgery draft

The collection consists of a photocopied typescript draft of the text, indexes and bibliographical references; and illustrations (chiefly portraits). The completed book was published in 1990 by Prager (New York)....

 
Welch (Dr. H.E.) chiropractor promotional calendar

This collection contains a cardboard sheet with leather-grain cardboard matte overlay; photograph of "flapper" or silent film actress; flap labelled "compliments" reveals printed advertisement and portrait of "Dr. H.E. Welch, chiropractor. Where you get that healthy look! 5323 Moneta Avenue,...

 
Western Vascular Society records

The records of the Western Vascular Society include: correspondence exploring the creation of a society and potential members (1984); formation documents and bylaws (1985); 114 membership applications; curriculum vitae of some officers; and annual meeting programs (1st-11th, 1986-1996)....

 
Whitehead (Nurse) Autograph Album

This album amicorum was kept by nurse Whitehead, known to one soldier as "Nurse Whitey," in 1918 at the Moor Park Auxiliary War Hospital (Moor Park Military Hospital). The album contains autographs by convalescing soldiers, 5 portrait drawings (of nurse...

 
Whitten (Elisha Merritt) papers

Account notebooks and ledgers that document the community medical practice of Nebraska City, Nebraska physician Elisha Merritt Whitten....

 
Willis (J. Murray) lecture notes

"A manuscript notebook of lecture notes. Based upon the title these lecture notes appear late - in the decade of extinction - of the Thomsonian wave of botanical medicine. Nonetheless, the lecture notes offered here provide an insight into the...

 
Windle (William F.) papers

The bulk of the collection consists of paper documents, plus approximately 25,000 feet of motion pictures, over 400 slides, photographs, and a few artifacts. The materials span the years 1918-1986....

 
Wood family papers and medical practice records

The Wood Family papers consist of office and some household records of a multi-generational physicians' practice in Muncy (Pennsborough), Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, from 1803 to approximately 1868, with a few later items. In addition to 40 bound day books, which...

 
Woodroffe (Lillah M.) Autograph Album

This album amicorum was kept by nurse Lillah M. Woodroffe beginning in December 1919. She served at Hollymoor Military Hospital from 1919 through December 1921, when it had transformed into an orthopedic hospital. Album entries continue at Bath Hospital from...

 
Woodward (William) Drug Purchase Orders

Collection contains A.L.s. from Wm. Woodward of Big Flats, N.Y. to "David J. Lawman & Co., Druggists & Chemists, no. 69 Water Street, N.Y.", requisitioning medicines for his practice. Includes requests for: opium, sulfuric ether, chloroform, epsom salts, blue pill...

 
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Yuwiler (Arthur) papers

Publications, laboratory notebooks, files, correspondence, presentations, and microscope slides which document Dr. Arthur Yuwiler's research on tryptophan metabolism, and serotonin and melatonin relations to stress, autism, and violence, as well as schizophrenia research with Ralph W. Gerard....