Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Consists of Thomas A. Brayton's notes on lectures given by Eaton, Batchelder, and Williams at the Berkshire Medical Institution, Pittsfield, Massachusetts, 1821-1822, and 1824.
Correspondence, autopsy report, depositions, and transcripts of court records accumulated by the pathologists hired by the defense in the trial of "Dr. X," Mario E. Jascalevich.
Material assembled by Jaroslav Nemec as part of his work at the National Library of Medicine. Included are short biographies of important figures in forensic medicine, a directory of institutes of legal medicine, two narrative articles, and correspondence and other material resulting from a project to identify all conference, congresses, and meetings on legal medicine.