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United States

Subject Source: Medical Subject Headings

Found in 65 Collections and/or Records:

Surgeons General and other health administrators speeches collection

Identifier: MS C 244

Speeches, articles, and statements of Surgeons General and other health administrators, U.S. Public Health Service.

Dates: 1926-1963

Teaching of Medical History in the United States and Canada: field survey collection

Identifier: MS C 427

Correspondence, printed matter, and completed survey forms relating to a survey of medical history teaching in the United States and Canada

Dates: 1947-1971

The place of Trudeau in the history of American sanatoria

Identifier: MS C 319

Copy of typescript of Dr. Wilson's article.

Dates: c.1970

The Versatile Dr. Thornton

Identifier: MS C 305

Consists of an unpublished manuscript describing the life of William Thornton, physician, painter, inventor, and architect. Thornton was architect of the Capitol until 1802.

Dates: 1976

Theodore Wiprud Papers

Identifier: MS C 192

Correspondence, personal diaries, and recollections of director of Medical Society of District of Columbia, 1938-1963.

Dates: 1937-1979

United States Army Medical School Hospital Corps Records

Identifier: MS C 306

Comprised of muster rolls, payrolls, and some personnel data. Includes documents signed by Walter Reed, James Carroll, and Augustus Tracey.

Dates: 1893-1898

United States Surgeon General's Office annual reports surveys (excerpts), 1815-1941

Identifier: MS C 185

Consists of the results of a survey of each annual report of the Surgeon General of the Army.

Dates: c.1957

United States Surgeon-General's Office Correspondence

Identifier: MS C 5

Letters while Jefferson Randolph Kean was Surgeon-General. Much of the correspondence relates to the bill to increase the efficiency of the Medical Dept. of the Army, forwarded by the War Dept. to Congress on Feb. 19, 1904. Correspondents extensive.

Dates: 1903-1907

U.S. Army Medical Miscellany Collection

Identifier: MS C 11
Collection Summary

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.

Dates: 1866-1929

U.S. Army medical officers autobiographical sketch collection

Identifier: MS C 44

Autobiographical and biographical information on the lives of 162 U.S. Army Medical Officers who served c.1870-1940.

Dates: 1902-1952