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- Rosen, George, 1910-1977 6
- Winslow, C.-E. A. (Charles-Edward Amory), 1877-1957 6
- Yale Medical Library. Historical Library 6
- Klebs, Arnold C. (Arnold Carl), 1870-1943 5
- Milbank Memorial Fund 5
- Roemer, Milton Irwin, 1916-2001 5
- Sheps, Cecil G. (Cecil George), 1913-2004 5
- Sigerist, Henry E. (Henry Ernest), 1891-1957 5
- Smith, Nathan, 1762-1829 5
- Stevenson, Lloyd G., 1918- 5
- Welch, William Henry, 1850-1934 5 ∧ less
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These letters to George Alder Blumer are mainly about the American Medico-Psychological Association and the American Journal of Insanity, edited by Blumer. Several of the writers were, like Blumer, administrators of psychiatric hospitals in the United States and abroad.
The collection contains real photo postcards, commercial postcards, photographs, pamphlets and ephemera related to people with disabilities, mostly from the United States, collected by Professor Robert Bogdan, a pioneer in the teaching of disability studies.
The papers consist of the diaries and letters of Stephen Henry Bronson (with typescripts) and a diary of his father Henry Bronson (with typescript). The material documents the younger Bronson's three years of scientific and medical study in Paris, in addition to his European travels, 1867-1871. Henry Bronson's diary details his European voyage, 1839-1840.
Correspondence and legal and financial papers relating to a controversy with Yale University over a house to be constructed for Robert Brown's use as secretary of the Observatory. Included are letters from Hubert Anson Newton, William Whitman Farnam and William Kneeland Townsend. Also in the papers is correspondence concerning the Yale secret society, Scroll and Key.
Collection consists of pamphlets and books by individuals, private cancer hospitals, and other organizations promoting non-surgical cures for cancer. The American Medical Association claimed that any such cures were fakes. The promoters in turn criticized the AMA as the "medical trust." Most of the pamphlets contain patient testimonials. Approximate dates for items are based on the date of the most recent testimonials.
Personal papers and research notes of Norton Canfield relating to audiology. Included are papers documenting a national hearing survey, a Connecticut hearing survey, various New Haven, Connecticut projects, and an Army hearing center.
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.