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Military Personnel

Subject Source: Medical Subject Headings

Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:

Cholera at Fort Riley in 1855

Identifier: MS C 112

Names mentioned in the typescript include William A. Hammond, Nathaniel Lyon, and James Simons.

Dates: c.1900

Daniel D. Tompkins Correspondence

Identifier: MS C 114

Chiefly official correspondence relating to the transfer of supplies and personnel during the Mexican War.

Dates: 1847-1849

George Miller Sternberg Papers

Identifier: MS C 100

Contains correspondence, documents, certificates, and printed matter. Correspondence consists chiefly of congratulatory letters on becoming Surgeon General, acknowledgments for reprints, and letters from senators and congressmen pertaining to promotion to grade of major general. Printed matter consists of book reviews and information relating to inventions of Sternberg.

Dates: 1861-1917

H.C. Yarrow Correspondence

Identifier: MS C 103

Personal letters chiefly from Army medical officers. Correspondents include J.H. Baxter, John S. Billings, James Carroll, C.H. Crane, J.M. Cuyler, John Eagen, Robert Fletcher, Charles R. Greenleaf, Charles L. Heizmann, Bernard J. D. Irwin, George A. Otis, J. Simpson, George M. Sternberg, and J.J. Woodward.

Dates: 1863-1906

Jacob N. Shanberge Medical Stamp Collection

Identifier: PP08-152

The collection includes stamps issued by nations, principalities, protectorates, and other geopolitical entities, as well as organizations such as the United Nations.

Dates: 1897-1992

John Van Rensslaer Hoff Correspondence

Identifier: MS C 102

Contains personal letters chiefly from Army medical officers.

Dates: 1879-1904

Jonathan Letterman Correspondence and Diary

Identifier: MS C 96

Telegraph transcripts of military orders and directives sent and received by Letterman during his Civil War service. The diaries describe a trip from Fort Leavenworth to Fort Union, N.M. and back. Evidence indicates that the diary was not kept by Letterman.

Dates: 1860-1864; 1924; 1972

Private and official papers of U.S. Army and Confederate Army medical officers: Thomas S. Latimer

Identifier: MS C 99

The collection combines Latimer's official documents and correspondence relating to certain Union and Confederate surgeons during the Civil War (1861-65), the immediate post-war period (1866), and the Spanish-American War (1898).

Dates: 1861-1900

Surgeon-General's Office biographical sketches of U.S. naval medical officers

Identifier: MS C 162

Sketches requested of U.S. naval medical officers by the Surgeon General of the Army in 1933.

Dates: 1933

U.S. Army Medical Miscellany Collection

Identifier: MS C 11
Collection Summary

Includes U.S. Army studies on rations (1898-1920); the Army War College course: The preparation and publication of an official medico-military history of a war of magnitude (1929); Surgeon-General's Office activities (1918); Annual report of the U.S. Army General Hospital, San Francisco (1906); construction of barracks in England (1868); and military garments and helmets in the tropics.

Dates: 1866-1929