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Public Health Service Hospital at Carville, La.


Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Edgar B. Johnwick Daybooks

Identifier: MS C 374

Consists of daybooks kept by Dr. Johnwick as a record of daily happenings at the U. S. Public Health Service Hospital (The National Leprosarium), Carville, Louisiana.

Dates: 1956-1965

Public Health Service Hospitals Historical Collection

Identifier: MS C 471
Abstract The origins of the Public Health Service hospital system date to the passage in 1798 of the law creating the Marine Hospital Fund to care for merchant seamen. Contained herein are materials on the history of the Public Health Service hospitals and their administration. Included are the history files for each hospital maintained by the Division of Hospital's Information Office as well as documents relating to the conversion or closure of each hospital; program files, reports, and planning...
Dates: 1895-1982

USPHS hospital at Carville, La. oral histories

Identifier: HMD MS ACC 2005-019

UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. 63 video interviews (betcam and VHS), adminstrative records, interviewee releases, interview transcripts of patients and staff af the National Hansen's Disease Program. DVD dubs available.

Dates: 1995-1997

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Leprosy 2
Hospital Administration 1
Hospitals, Special 1
Hospitals--history 1
Louisiana 1