Found in 46 Collections and/or Records:
The collection includes correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings, publications, and lectures. In addition to his long and distinguished medical career as a pioneering gastroenterologist and influential African-American physician, Dr. Berry was active in teaching, writing, and community public service.
Dr. Dublin, vice president and statistician of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, was with that institution from 1909-52. A sizable portion of the collection consists of material relating to Dr. Dublin's publications.
Society and Executive Board meeting minutes, committee records, subject files, correspondence, mailings, event fliers, publications, newsletters, financial ledgers, legal briefs, and published legal proceedings document the formal operations of the Medical Society of the District of Columbia. The Medical Society of the District of Columbia (MSDC) is a professional advocacy organization for physicians practicing in and around the District of Columbia.
Briefing books, hearing and meeting transcripts, reports, and press clippings document the activities of the National Commission on Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome. Materials cover all but the last year of the Commission's existence. The majority of the collection consists of briefing books, and hearing and meeting transcripts of the National Commission.
UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. Background material, readings, and correspondence organized by subject. Interviews with T. Cooper, P. Ehrlich, P. Lee, and J. Richmond, Edward D. Martin, C. Everett Koop, Edward Brandt, Leroy Burney, W. Palmer Dearing, Merlin DuVal, John Eason, Roger Egeberg, Charles Miller, William Stewart, and Robert Windom. Tapes, no transcripts.; Contains photographs of the Kintner family, and material on the Perkins Committee, received from Seggel.