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Subject Source: Medical Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Frank S. Churchill Papers

Identifier: MS C 401

Frank Spooner Churchill, M.D., was born in Milton, Massachusetts on 26 August 1864, and died in Boston on 27 February 1946. The most active years of his medical career were spent in Chicago, where he carried on an extensive private practice, but he also worked actively on the improvement of health conditions for all children, and in particular on the relationship between pediatrics and education.

Dates: 1916-1944

Germany, Heer, Sanitatsinspektion Reports

Identifier: MS C 353

Consists of documents issued by Beratender Psychiater beim Heeres-Sanitatsinspekteur in Berlin, 1943-1944.

Dates: 1943-1944

Heinz von Diringshofen Papers

Identifier: MS C 535

Heinz von Diringshofen (1900-1967) was a pioneer in aviation and space medicine, contributing greatly to the field through his research on the effects of weightlessness on pilots and human tolerance to multiple g-loads. The collection consists largely of materials documenting Diringshofen's laboratory and research activities and of published and unpublished writings by Diringshofen and others.

Dates: 1912-1977 (bulk 1930-1960)

International Military Tribunal, Nuremberg trials transcripts and documentary evidence of German medical experiments in the commission of war crimes and crimes against humanity

Identifier: MS C 408

Documentation consists of two different series. One series is comprised of 35 legal-sized mimeographed volumes (11,538 pages) containing the English transcript of the proceedings at the trial itself. The other series consists of 29 manuscript boxes containing mimeographed copies in German (and some English translations) of the documents used in the preparation of the trial.

Dates: 1946-1947

Joseph H. McNinch Papers

Identifier: MS C 612

Small collection of correspondence, photographs, writings, and speeches related to McNinch's military medical corps career and retirement, Veteran's Administration, American Hospital Association service, and the Army Medical Library/National Library of Medicine.

Dates: 1929-1999