Found in 55 Collections and/or Records:
Contains personal biographical forms of Association members, created c.1901-c.1909, often with an accompanying personal photograph; also some administrative correspondence, membership lists and a history of the Association.
These 15 essays are entries for the 1933 Sir Henry Wellcome Medal and Prize which is awarded to the author of an article published in the AMSUS official journal, "Military Medicine," or published in another peer-reviewed professional journal.
A variety of completed forms related to Confederate hospitals and medical service. Includes information from Georgia locations including Andersonville, Atlanta, Covington, Griffin, Newnan, and Vineville.
Artz was Director of a U. S. Army Surgical Team in Korea in 1953, and became a founding member and first president of the American Burn Association. He later became Professor of Surgery and Chairman of the Department at the Medical University of South Carolina.