Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
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.
Official correspondence from the Treasury Department addressed to Dr. Fessenden. Content is entirely administrative regarding personnel, hospital accounts, maintenance, and reports.
2,474 color and black and white postcards of varying sizes, published in the United States and internationally, depicting the nursing profession, the social history of nursing, the perception of nursing in various cultures, the role of military nurses, and other related themes.
The bulk of the collection consists of patient medical case histories. Records are complete for the years 1909 to 1924, but because of the size of the collection, only a sample of every tenth record for the years 1924 to 1949 were retained. From 1909 to its closing in 1949, Sydenham Hospital was maintained by the Baltimore City Health Department for the isolation and treatment of communicable diseases such as polio, diphtheria, measles, scarlet fever, smallpox, and chicken pox.
The search for ancient medical school and hospitals in the near and Middle East / Allen Oldfather Whipple
18 leaves, mimeographed, originally read at meeting of the A.O.W. Surgical Society.