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Military Medicine--history

Subject Source: Medical Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Charles R. Greenleaf Papers

Identifier: MS C 91

Greenleaf was born in Pennsylvania and educated at the Medical College of Ohio, graduating in 1860. During the Civil War, he oversaw construction of Philadelphia's Mower Hospital on Chestnut Hill, which was at the time the largest military hospital in the world. He introduced a system of personal identification used by the army and organized the army's Hospital Corps.

Dates: 1890-1936 (bulk 1890-1892)

Edwin Phillip Wolfe U.S. Army Medical Department Collection

Identifier: MS C 9

Much of the manuscript material consists of Wolfe's research into Revolutionary and 19th century military medicine that was not included in his volume 3 of The medical department of the United States Army in the World War.

Dates: 1918-1929

Frederick Augustus Castle Papers

Identifier: MS C 189

Correspondence and research notes compiled by Dr. Castle in his efforts to create a complete record of persons who served in the U.S. Army Medical Department's Medical Cadet Corps during the Civil War.

Dates: 1862-1902

Papers pertaining to the current history of the U.S. Medical Dept.

Identifier: MS C 447

Compiled in compliance with 1904 General Order no. 1, includes history of the services of the U.S. Army Medical Dept., personnel information, statistics, some printed matter and correspondence.

Dates: 1905-1913

U.S. Surgeon-General's Office medical history of the departments of the Ohio and the Cumberland during the year 1862

Identifier: MS C 125

General medical history, also containing case reports for John Stanton, Tobias Duell, Henry Fay, Henry Thorncroft, Baylor H. Thinell and Marvin Garrison, all of whom died by disease in October 1862 at general hospital no. 6 in Nashville, or general hospital no. 14.

Dates: c.1863

William Beaumont Papers

Identifier: MS C 131

Beaumont is known as the father of gastric physiology. Photocopies of originals held at University of Washington (St. Louis) School of Medicine, Library--letters, notebooks, certificates, and related papers.

Dates: 1812-1959