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- Fulton, John F. (John Farquhar), 1899-1960 3
- Yale University. School of Medicine 2
- Barron, Donald Henry, 1905-1993 1
- Beaumont Medical Club 1
- Beaumont, William, 1785-1853 1
- Bunting, Henry, 1911-1954 1
- Burr, Harold Saxton, 1889- 1
- Canani, Giovanni Battista, 1515-1579 1
- Cushing, Harvey, 1869-1939 1
- Dick-Read, Grantly, 1890-1959 1
- Eliot, Jared, 1685-1763 1
- Fairbairn, John Shields, 1865-1944 1
- Forbes, Thomas Rogers, 1911-1988 1
- Fruton, Joseph S. (Joseph Stewart), 1912-2007 1
- Fulton, Lucia Pickering, 1899-1989 1
- Gardner, William U. (William Ullman), 1907-1988 1
- Grace-New Haven Community Hospital 1
- Greene, Harry Sylvestre Nutting, 1904-1969 1
- Joy, Robert J. T. 1
- Liebow, Averill A., 1911- 1 ∧ less
Call Number: Ms Coll 38
Overview: Lucia Pickering Wheatland married John Fulton, who was in Oxford on a Rhodes fellowship, in 1923. The collection contains correspondence from Lucia and John Fulton in Oxford to Lucia's parents, Richard and Mary Wheatland, in Massachusetts. John Fulton was named professor of physiology at Yale in 1929.
Dates: 1921-1930, bulk 1923-1925
Call Number: Ms Coll 18
Overview: Robert J. T. Joy graduated from Yale School of Medicine in 1954. The collection contains his student notes.
Call Number: Ms Coll 25
Overview: Edward Clark Streeter, 1874-1947, was a graduate of Yale College in 1898 who practiced medicine in Chicago in the early part of his career. After his move to Boston in 1907, he became a book collector, a historian of medicine, and a friend and collaborator of Harvey Cushing on historical projects. When he moved to Stonington, Connecticut in 1928, he was appointed from 1939 to 1933 visiting professor of history of medicine at Yale. In 1941, he donated his collection of weights and measures and...
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.