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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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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.
The Forbes papers document Thomas Rogers Forbes's professional life, predominantly his years at Yale University. The materials include correspondence, subject files and items associated with his administrative responsibilities and editorial and committee work. Research and writings files highlight his scientific research on hormones, as well as his publications and films in the history of medicine.
The records consist of minutes, annual reports, articles, grant proposals and reports, and financial statements documenting the operations of the Foundations' Fund for Research in Psychiatry.
The papers consist of correspondence, financial material, book orders, memorabilia, writings, and printed matter of Clements Collard Fry. Also included is a collection of S. Weir Mitchell material, 1771-1929, including writings, notebooks, photographs, correspondence, announcements, appointments, clippings, and printed matter.
The records consist of grant reports, financial records, and correspondence documenting the status and recipients of the Anna Fuller Fund and the Anna Fuller Prize. Included is a photocopy of Egbert C. Fuller's will.
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.
Robert Gifford, Associate Dean for Education and Student Affairs, School of Medicine, Yale University, records
Records consists of correspondence, memoranda, and meeting minutes arranged chronologically.
Correspondence, writings, lectures, and other papers of Daniel Coit Gilman, educator, university president, and author. Included are papers regarding Gilman's career at Yale, the University of California, and Johns Hopkins University. Important correspondents include Charles M. Andrews, James Dwight Dana, William Henry Brewer, Timothy Dwight, Benjamin Silliman, Theodore Dwight Woolsey, and Andrew Dickson White.
The papers consist of correspondence, printed matter, newspaper clippings, financial records, and writings, which document Hugh Payne Greeley's attempt to establish a medical practice and hospital in the remote fishing community of Pilley's Island, Newfoundland.
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.