Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
American-Soviet Medical Society Records
Correspondence, receipts, financial records, film descriptions, and journal publication editorial files documenting the activities of the American-Soviet Medical Society generated by Robert Leslie as the Society's business manager and an incomplete copy of the FBI's file on Leslie and the society.
Edward J. Huth Papers
George Milbry Gould Papers
The bulk of the collection consists of notes, correspondence and biographical and autobiographical fragments assembled by Mrs. Gould for a projected biography of her husband.
Harold E. Varmus Papers
John Adriani Papers
Dr. John Adriani (1907-1988) was a nationally known anesthesiologist who played a key role in anesthesiology's evolution into a full-blown medical specialty. Most of the collection reflects Adriani's career in anesthesiology after it began to flower in the late 1940s.
Richard Anthony Leonardo Correspondence
Much of the correspondence is with the N.Y. book dealer S.R. Shapiro and relates to the publication of Leonardo's medical works.
Society of General Physiologists Archives
The Society of General Physiologists was organized in 1945 under the leadership of R. Chambers, E. N. Harvey, L. V. Heilbrunn and M. H. Jacobs. Its purpose was to promote and advance the subject of general physiology and to provide a structure for general physiologists of different training and backgrounds to meet and exchange ideas. The archives of the Society as found in the National Library of Medicine are an amalgam of several different collections of records.