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- Manuscripts and Archives 33
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- Medical colleges 6
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- Medicine -- United States 4
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- Medicine -- Connecticut 3
- World War, 1914-1918 3
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- Yale University 23
- Fulton, John F. (John Farquhar), 1899-1960 5
- Klebs, Arnold C. (Arnold Carl), 1870-1943 4
- Rosen, George, 1910-1977 4
- Yale College (1718-1887). Medical Institution 4
- Yale-New Haven Hospital 4
- American Medical Association 3
- Bayne-Jones, Stanhope, 1888-1970 3
- Columbia University. College of Physicians and Surgeons 3
- Cushing, Harvey, 1869-1939 3
- Fishbein, Morris, 1889-1976 3
- Garrison, Fielding H. (Fielding Hudson), 1870-1935 3
- Harvard Medical School 3
- Harvey, Samuel Clark, 1886-1953 3
- Ives, Eli, 1779-1861 3
- Sigerist, Henry E. (Henry Ernest), 1891-1957 3
- Silliman, Benjamin, 1779-1864 3
- Stevenson, Lloyd G., 1918- 3
- Tully, William, 1785-1859 3 ∧ less
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The Association of Internes and Medical Students (AIMS), which advocated for progressive causes such as national health insurance, was organized by medical school chapters. The Harvey Cushing Chapter was the Yale School of Medicine chapter. The collection contains correspondence, a report, and minutes of the chapter and material on national AIMS activities.
The papers include correspondence, lectures and writings, and photographs that date primarily from Paul Beeson's later years. They include honors and tributes from former students and colleagues and attest to the influence Beeson had as a teacher.
Papers reflecting Carmalt's studies at a private medical school in Cambridge, Massachusetts, accounts on his practice and investments, a small number of case records and lecture notes, professional correspondence, medical notes, and biographical material.
Notebooks of an early student at the Yale Medical School (ca.1815) on lectures by Silliman, Ives & Smith; notebooks on his medical practice; medical reference and prescription notebooks; Ravenna, Ohio, meteorological journals; miscellaneous medical notes and printed material. An addition to the collection comprises personal correspondence of Job Clark and family members, as well as journal entries and writings.
Marjorie Morse Crunden, the daughter of a Baptist medical missionary in China, was educated in the United States, including at Yale School of Nursing. Correspondence includes letters from her parents; from her fiancé, Allan B. Crunden, a Yale medical student who transferred to Temple University School of Medicine; and from other friends and family. The collection also includes a five-year diary.
The Forbes papers document Thomas Rogers Forbes's professional life, predominantly his years at Yale University. The materials include correspondence, subject files and items associated with his administrative responsibilities and editorial and committee work. Research and writings files highlight his scientific research on hormones, as well as his publications and films in the history of medicine.
Robert Gifford, Associate Dean for Education and Student Affairs, School of Medicine, Yale University, records
Records consists of correspondence, memoranda, and meeting minutes arranged chronologically.
The records consist of data and research notebooks documenting the hematopoiesis research project of Diana Krause, associate professor of laboratory medicine and pathology at the Yale School of Medicine.
The papers include include correspondence, writings, research data, notes, memorabilia, and photographs, which document Dorothy Horstmann's years at the Yale School of Medicine as a bio-medical researcher and teacher. The papers highlight her accomplishments in understanding and controlling the transmission of poliomyelitis and rubella.
Kristaps J. Keggi was a graduate of Yale and Yale School of Medicine who served as a surgeon during the Vietnam War in 1965-1966. He later became Professor of Orthopaedics at Yale School of Medicine. The collection contains contemporary correspondence, photographs, patient records (restricted), drawings of wound management, later reminiscences, and later drawings and presentation on Keggi's role in deveoping the anterior approach to total hip replacement, 1977-2018.