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- Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library 4
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- Tully, William, 1785-1859 2
- White, Roger Sherman, 2nd, 1876-1941 2
- Yale College (1718-1887). Medical Institution 2
- Yale University. School of Medicine 2
- Academy of Medicine of Philadelphia 1
- Beaumont Medical Club 1
- Beaumont, William, 1785-1853 1
- Benedict, Noah Bennet, 1771-1831 1
- Breed, Shub. (Shubael), 1759-1840 1
- Bushnell & Hubbard 1
- Clerc, Laurent, 1785-1869 1
- Cogswell, James, 1720-1807 1
- Cogswell, James, 1746-1792 1
- Cogswell, Mary Ledyard 1
- Cogswell, Mason Fitch, 1761-1830 1
- Cogswell, Samuel, 1754-1790 1
- College of Physicians and Surgeons of the Western District of the State of New-York 1
- Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences 1
- Cowper, William, 1731-1800 1
- Darling, Joseph, 1759-1850 1 ∧ less
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Call Number: GEN MSS 920
Overview: The papers primarily consist of correspondence received by Mason Fitch Cogswell from family, friends, and professional colleagues. Prominent among the correspondents are Cogswell's brother Samuel Cogswell, his nephew James Lloyd Cogswell of Long Island, New York, his friend Theodore Dwight, the Caribbean planter Charles Joseph Sibert, Vicomte de Cornillon, and deaf education pioneers Laurent Clerc and T. H. Gallaudet. Other colleagues in the papers are the Reverend Ebenezer Fitch, Connecticut...
Dates: 1772-1853, bulk 1790-1830
Call Number: GEN MSS 1877
Overview: Manuscript daybooks and ledgers kept by Joseph Darling and Samuel Darling during their efforts as a pharmacist and physician, respectively, in New Haven, Connecticut, 1797-1850.
Call Number: Ms Coll 14
Scope and Contents: The collection consists of correspondence, particularly a set of letters from Grantly Dick-Read; a nearly full set of articles by Thoms; and 11 scrapbooks and photograph albums concerning his years as a Yale medical student and early faculty member, his work on natural childbirth and rooming-in, and his interest in the history of Connecticut medicine.
Call Number: Ms Coll 40
Overview: William Tully (1785-1859) was professor of materia medica and therapeutics at the Medical Institution of Yale College from 1824 to 1842. The collection contains a small amount of correspondence by or to Tully and limited material on Tully's medical career. One subseries concerns settling the estate of William Tully and finding funds to support his daughters Sarah and Elizabeth. The collection contains genealogies, original documents of the Tully family in Connecticut, and also documents related...
Call Number: GEN MSS 1403
Scope and Contents: The papers contain correspondence between Tully and his colleagues, primarily medical colleagues, and with the medical schools in which he taught. Also present is Tully's autograph diary covering the three months he spent studying medicine with Nathan Smith in Hanover, New Hampshire, drafts of his writings, two catalogues of his library, and a group of certificates and and diplomas he received from schools and professional societies.