Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
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.
Sketches requested of U.S. naval medical officers by the Surgeon General of the Army in 1933.
Dr. Marquis practiced medicine in Montana, was with the U. S. Medical Corps during World War I, and became government physician on the Tongue River-Cheyenne Indian reservation. Because of his interest in Indian subjects he eventually gave up his medical practice and devoted full time to gathering historical data and writing.
UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. Pertains to the history of the Allergy Round Table.