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- Repository: Medical Historical Library, Cushing/Whitney Medical Library X
- Photographs 24
- Correspondence 15
- Medicine, Military 10
- Physicians 9
- Medical education 8
- Medicine -- History 8
- Medical students 7
- Diaries 6
- Medical records 5
- Mental illness 5
- Postcards 5
- Quacks and quackery 5
- Surgery 5
- Medicine -- Practice 4
- Psychiatric hospitals 4
- Public health 4
- Scrapbooks 4
- Surgery -- Practice 4
- Vaccination 4
- Advertising -- Health products -- United States 3 ∧ less
- French 2
- German 2
- Chinese 1
- Japanese 1
- Yale University. School of Medicine 20
- Fulton, John F. (John Farquhar), 1899-1960 8
- Helfand, William H. 6
- Stanton, Madeline E. (Madeline Earle) 6
- Cushing, Harvey, 1869-1939 5
- American Medical Association 4
- Blumer, George, 1872-1962 4
- Pasteur, Louis, 1822-1895 4
- Yale College (1718-1887). Medical Institution 4
- Cushing, Caleb, 1800-1879 3
- Forbes, Thomas Rogers, 1911-1988 3
- Grace-New Haven Community Hospital 3
- Harvard Medical School 3
- Helfand, William H., 1926- 3
- Knight, J. (Jonathan), 1789-1864 3
- New Haven Hospital (New Haven, Conn.) 3
- Silliman, Benjamin, 1779-1864 3
- Silliman, Benjamin, 1816-1885 3
- Smith, Nathan, 1762-1829 3
- Thomson, Elizabeth Harriet, 1907- 3 ∧ less
- Storage location
- Stored onsite 73
- Stored offsite 3
- Stored onsite and offsite 2
The collection contains materials collected by Ronald H. Fishbein (1931-2015) related to Nathan Smith (1762-1829) and his family. Nathan Smith was a physician, teacher, and author, who founded the Dartmouth Medical School and co-founded the Yale School of Medicine. Materials in the collection include family history manuscripts, newspaper clippings, photographs, correspondence with Nathan Smith authors and biographers, and a typescript of an article by Fishbein.
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.
The collection documents the business activities of the Hall-Benedict Drug Company, a pharmacy in New Haven, Connecticut, from 1909 to circa 1980. The collection contains prescription logbooks, financial ledgers in bound volumes and loose pages, customer account/address cards, and a newspaper article.
The collection includes photocopies of articles with medical themes from historical newspapers created by Bert Hansen while conducting research for a publication on medical history and mass media. Topics include rabies (hydrophobia) and rabies vaccine; Louis Pasteur; diphtheria; smallpox; food safety; prevention of cruelty to animals; and various medical treatments. Most photocopies are from microfilm resources and have been annotated by Hansen.
The collection contains public health surveys by Hiscock and others; some correspondence; materials related to Hiscock's activities in Yale-in-China and the World Health Assembly; materials on Hiscock's awards; photographs and memorabilia on the dedication of the Ira V. Hiscock Library; and memorabilia that were to be assembled in scrapbooks, especially from the period after his retirement.
Annual or biennial reports and other pamphlets issued by hospitals in China, Great Britain (especially London), and the United States. The states best represented are Massachusetts, New York, and Pennsylvania. Types of hospitals include general hospitals, specialty hospitals (children's, eye, lying-in, etc.), dispensaries, asylums, and homeopathic hospitals. About 200 hospitals are represented in this collection.
G. D. (Edith) Hsiung was head of the Virology Laboratory at the Veterans Administration Medical Center, founder and director of the national Viral Reference Laboratory for the VA, and professor in the Department of Laboratory Medicine at Yale. The collection includes correspondence, descriptions of her courses and special workshops, presentations, scrapbooks, photographs, reprints of articles, laboratory notebooks, and research manuscripts.
Joan K. Jackson, as a graduate student in sociology at McGill University, began a diary on the experiences and views of her husband Stanley K. Jackson and of his fellow students to their medical education at the Faculty of Medicine at McGill University. The diary covers Stanley W. Jackson's third and fourth years at McGill and a year of internship at the Royal Victoria Hospital.
The papers include Joan Jackson's masters' degree research, her masters' thesis, correrspondence, presentations, grant applications, and publications, and a scrapbook documenting her successful career at University of Washington. The second part of the collection documents her role as a Class A Trustee (i.e. non-alcoholic) of the General Study Board of Alcoholics Anonymous from 1983 to 1992, incuding her presentations and publications.
Robert J. T. Joy graduated from Yale School of Medicine in 1954. The collection contains his student notes.
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.
Thomas L. Lentz served as professor of cell biology and associate dean of admissions at Yale School of Medicine. The collection contains autobiographical material on Dr. Lentz, his histories of cell biology and of histology at Yale, and reprints of his articles. Also included are teaching materials for Lentz's laboratory course on histology, published materials related to the Department of Cell Biology, and photographs of faculty members and students.