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Subject Source: Medical Subject Headings

Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:

Albert Ernest Truby papers

Identifier: MS C 16

Lt. Albert Truby worked with Walter Reed's yellow fever experiments at Camp Columbia, Havana, Cuba.

Dates: 1898-1954

Alexander Hoff Papers

Identifier: MS C 484

Contains correspondence, drawings, photographs, and background documents on Hoff's military service during the Civil War.

Dates: 1850-1923

AMA Deceased Physicians Masterfile

Identifier: MS C 556

Biographical sketches on note cards for AMA-member physicians that died between 1906-1969.

Dates: 1906-1969

Andrew Rose Robinson Papers

Identifier: MS C 21

Contains articles, a biographical sketch, and a bibliography.

Dates: 1924

Association of Military Surgeons of the United States Biographical Sketch Collection

Identifier: MS C 142

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.

Dates: c.1901-1941

Bernard John Dowling Irwin Papers

Identifier: MS C 232

Collection contains reprints of articles written by Irwin and articles written about him and his career, biographical data, and photographs.

Dates: 1850-1936

Biography of George Walter McCoy / by Charles Armstrong

Identifier: MS C 83
Collection Summary

Correspondence between NLM and the author and two drafts and a bibliography about George Walter McCoy.

Dates: 1960

Carl Gottfried Hartman Papers

Identifier: MS C 262

Contains copies of Dr. Hartman's biographical notes and typed autobiography, reprints of his articles and two of books Hartman authored.

Dates: 1905-1966

Emerson Crosby Kelly Papers

Identifier: MS C 338

Contains biographical data on physicians graduating from American medical schools whose names are not in American Medical Association directories.

Dates: c.1977

Jaroslav Nemec Medico-Legal Collection

Identifier: MS C 430

Material assembled by Jaroslav Nemec as part of his work at the National Library of Medicine. Included are short biographies of important figures in forensic medicine, a directory of institutes of legal medicine, two narrative articles, and correspondence and other material resulting from a project to identify all conference, congresses, and meetings on legal medicine.

Dates: 1959-1991