Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
Adolf Schwartz Medical Stamp Collection
The Adolf W. Schwartz medical stamp collection consists of approximately 700,000 stamps with medical themes. The stamps are cancelled, non-cancelled, commemorative, in postcard form, first-day issue, proofs, tax stamps, tobacco stamps, postal cancellations, and legal tender.
AMA Deceased Physicians Masterfile
Biographical sketches on note cards for AMA-member physicians that died between 1906-1969.
Edmund Abbott Papers
Dr. Edmund Abbott, 1857-1933, a third-generation physician, was born in Winterport, ME. He graduated from Maine State College in Orono and the Medical Department of the University of New York. He continued his father's private practice in Winterport from 1879 to 1887. He then relocated to Providence, RI, where he practiced until his retirement in 1920.
Emerson Crosby Kelly Papers
Contains biographical data on physicians graduating from American medical schools whose names are not in American Medical Association directories.
Healers of Our Age Portrait Collection
The collection contains black and white portraits of 12 prominent figures in the history of medicine known for their commitment to the art and science of healing.
Jacob N. Shanberge Medical Stamp Collection
The collection includes stamps issued by nations, principalities, protectorates, and other geopolitical entities, as well as organizations such as the United Nations.
Leaders in American medicine, transcripts of videotaped interviews
UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. Includes interviews with: J. Willis Hurst (May 1986), Theodore E. Woodward (Mar. 1985), Jack Myer (June 1985), and E. Marshall Goldberg (May 1987).
Louis Tuft collection of photographs and memoirs
UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. Photographs and papers on the history of the Allergy Roundtable held in 1977 and as published in 1985, and an unpublished memoir by Tuft.
Marion A. Blankenhorn Papers
Contains correspondence, diaries, printed matter, clippings, orders, printed ephemera, and patient record books and transfer cards, all relating to Base Hospital No. 4 (Lakeside Unit, Cleveland, Ohio and Rouen, France) during World War I.
Medical leader of the nineteenth century : career of Dr. Samuel Merrifield Bemiss : in summary
Biography of S. M. Bemiss, a Kentucky physician who later served in the Confederate army, taught at the Universities of Louisville and Louisiana, edited the New Orleans medical and surgical journal, and served as chairman of the Yellow Fever Commission and the committee on contagious diseases of the National Board of Health.