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- Medicine 68
- Physicians 42
- Contemporary Medical Care and Health Policy Collection 23
- Educators 19
- Public health 16
- Medicine -- Study and teaching 14
- Families 12
- Diaries 8
- Medicine -- Formulae, receipts, prescriptions 8
- Universities and colleges -- Administration 8
- Connecticut 7
- Medicine -- History 7
- Medical care 6
- Medicine -- United States 6
- Women 6
- Account books 5
- Europe -- Description and travel 5
- Health insurance 5
- Health services administrators 5
- Medical colleges 5 ∧ less
- Yale University 47
- Yale University. School of Medicine 31
- American Public Health Association 9
- Cushing, Harvey, 1869-1939 7
- Fulton, John F. (John Farquhar), 1899-1960 6
- Rosen, George, 1910-1977 6
- Roemer, Milton Irwin, 1916-2001 5
- Sheps, Cecil G. (Cecil George), 1913-2004 5
- Sigerist, Henry E. (Henry Ernest), 1891-1957 5
- Winslow, C.-E. A. (Charles-Edward Amory), 1877-1957 5
- Brewster, Agnes Wharton, 1908- 4
- Falk, I. S. (Isidore Sydney), 1899-1984 4
- Falk, Leslie A. 4
- Group Health Association of America 4
- Kerr, Lorin E., 1909- 4
- Milbank Memorial Fund 4
- Sinai, Nathan, 1894-1977 4
- Snoke, Albert W. (Albert Waldo), 1907- 4
- Stanton, Madeline E. (Madeline Earle) 4
- Terris, Milton, 1915- 4 ∧ less
Chiefly the business records of four companies in which Sherwood Sterling was active. The most complete records are for the Sterling Grate Bar Company which manufactured furnace grates. Included are patents, legal and financial papers, and advertising. The other companies were engaged in mining in Alaska. Also included is printed matter from F. T. McIntyre describing his Hypnotic Ball Treatment for the cure of diseases and for psychic self-improvement.
Correspondence, autograph album, genealogical notes, photographs and miscellaneous papers of the Tarleton and Lightfoot families of Alabama. The major figures represented in the collection are Robert Tarleton, his wife Sarah Bernard Lightfoot Tarleton, and Sarah Bee Ross Lightfoot. Most letters were written by Robert Tarleton and date from the Civil War period. The papers also contain an 1834 letter from Marquis de Lafayette to the President of the French Chamber of Peers.
The papers consist of reports, minutes of meetings, correspondence, printed matter and other papers largely related to the American Public Health Association and particularly its Committee for the Creation of a Medical Care Section. These papers form part of the Contemporary Medical Care and Health Policy Collection.
The papers consist of correspondence, a diary, household accounts, and professional documents relating to William Terry; his wife, Maria Roxana Slocomb Terry; his sister, Esther Asenath Terry; and their family and friends in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and Minnesota.
The papers consist of personal papers, memorabilia, photographs and medals of James Dowling Trask (1890-1942), his father and grandfather (1821-1883), also named James Dowling Trask. The bulk of the collection is related to James Dowling Trask (1890-1942).
Three branches of the Trowbridge family of New Haven, Connecticut are represented in these papers: the Stephen Trowbridge family, Francis Trowbridge, and Thomas Rutherford Trowbridge. Included are deeds and financial papers of the Stephen Trowbridge family, a notebook of medicinal and household prescriptions kept by Francis Trowbridge, and a scrapbook of Thomas Rutherford Trowbridge.
The papers document Arthur Jack Viseltear's scholarship and professional interests in the field of public health. They include materials related to his teaching and research, documentation of his professional activities, and personal papers which include his diaries from 1974 to 1989. Unpublished writings include research notebooks for his biography of C.-E. A. Winslow and tapes and transcripts of interviews for his study of the contemporary Yale School of Medicine of his time.
The collection consists of correspondence and printed matter which document Erik Waller's bibliophilia. The collection, which was assembled in the Yale Medical Historical Library, includes Waller's correspondence with Harvey Cushing and John Fulton.
Correspondence, writings, lectures, printed matter, and memorabilia. The correspondence is made up largely of family correspondence, with a smaller amount of professional letters. Among his professional papers are lectures on pathology, offprints of his articles (1908-1946) and scrapbooks (1898-1954). Included also are letters of condolence to his family and biographical sketches on his death in 1959.
The papers consist of legal papers, medical accounts, religious writings, and other papers relating to Avery Downer, Jacob Witter, and their relations, including Jonah and John Witter.