United States. Army
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Glentworth Reeve Butler Papers
Contains Army memoranda, orders, reports, printed matter, and some correspondence.
Surgeon General's Office papers referring to cholera and yellow fever in the Army
Reports and documentation produced by the U.S. Army Surgeon General's office describing outbreaks of cholera and yellow fever in various Army posts during the year 1867.
Sylvester Day Papers
Sylvester Day joined the U.S. Army as a Garrison Surgeon's mate in 1807 and was at Fort Michilimackinac when it was captured in 1812.
U.S. Army Medical Miscellany Collection
Includes U.S. Army studies on rations (1898-1920); the Army War College course: The preparation and publication of an official medico-military history of a war of magnitude (1929); Surgeon-General's Office activities (1918); Annual report of the U.S. Army General Hospital, San Francisco (1906); construction of barracks in England (1868); and military garments and helmets in the tropics.
U.S. Army medical officers autobiographical sketch collection
Autobiographical and biographical information on the lives of 162 U.S. Army Medical Officers who served c.1870-1940.
- Military Medicine 4
- United States 3
- Military Personnel 2
- Biography 1
- Cholera--epidemiology 1
- Clothing 1
- England 1
- Housing 1
- Michigan 1
- Nutritional Physiological Phenomena 1
- Surgeons 1
- Yellow Fever--epidemiology 1 ∧ less