University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The collection is two ledgers relating to the medical practice of Norwood and Tillman. Volume 1 (126 p.) contains entries about Norwood's practice, 1859-1866, with only a few entries for 1860-1862, the period during which he appears to have shared a practice with Tillman. Volume 2 (398 p.) contains Tillman and Norwood entries, 1860-1862, and Norwood entries, 1866- 1868, when the partnership seems to have been dissolved. Entries in both ledgers show dats of treatment and payment received, and, before and after the Civil War, notes of which patients were Black. Many entries, especially in Volume 1, consist only of "advice and medicine for self." Other entries, however, list the patient's complaint and the treatment rendered. Tillman and Norwood typically dressed wounds, delivered babies, lanced fingers, and prescribed morphine, quinine, and laudanum. Tooth extraction was also an important part of their practice; an entry on 26 August 1860 shows that Tillman was paid in whisky for ... Read More
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Two volumes belonging to John Thompson, apparently of Nashville, Tenn. One volume (15 p.) contains scattered accounts, 1832-1833 and 1854. The other (8 p.) includes slave records, lists of furniture, garden records, and cures and recipes, 1833-1857
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Correspondence, financial and legal records, and miscellany relating to Russell & Co., Guangzhou (Canton), China, and to its founder, Samuel Russell, and members of his family. Includes material relating to the merger of Russell & Co. with John P. Cushing, William Perkins & Company of Boston, Mass., and hong merchant Houqua, of Guangzhou, China; banking problems in the U.S.; national and international monetary matters; commerce with China; commerce within the U.S.; the Russell Manufacturing Company, producer of elastic webbing, established in Middletown, Conn., in 1831; Ithiel Town's design of Samuel Russell's Middletown mansion; land speculation in Illinois, Kentucky, Michigan, New Jersey, Ohio, and Wisconsin; the Turkish opium trade; the American Colonization Society; and epilepsy and the medical care of Russell's son, John A. Russell
Texas Tech University - Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library
Includes correspondence, financial material, legal material, printed material, and scrapbook material dealing with events occurring in or near Lubbock, Texas with the Texas Tech University Medical School. Also, includes material on the Texas Tech name change
Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
Portions of Chapters 8, 9, 30, and 31 of an unidentified medical treatise on diet
Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
The document is a receipt or agreement of payment from a "Maître François de Vigny" to Ambroise Paré. The document is in French. Included with the document is two other items: catalog page about the document and accompanying note presenting the document to the Library of the Los Angeles County Medical Association by the Los Angeles Society of Internal Medicine, Los Angeles Academy of Medicine, Los Angeles Surgical Society and the Barlow Society for the History of Medicine to honor the memory of Dr. George Dock, 1952, April 3
Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
The manuscript, written by Molony, deals with the medical history of Los Angeles, California including details about USC's College of Medicine, various hospitals in the area, and prominent physicians including Walter Jarivs Barlow and Joseph Pomeroy Widney. For the manuscript, Dr. Molony conducted interview with Dr. Edgar F. Mauer and Dr. E. Richmond Ware. The two volumes contain three typed drafts of the manuscript (two with handwritten edits) and typescripts of the interviews Molony conducted with Mauer and Ware. Also included are five magnetic tape reels of reminiscences by William R. Molony and interviews with various other people
Eastern Washington State Historical Society - Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture
The collection contains one of Dr. Finney's business cards from Harrison, Idaho, and five original bills of sale for medical equipment and supplies from the Frank S. Betz Co., dated November 22, 1910. Also included in the collection is a January 17, 1911, freight bill from the Oregon Railroad and Navigation Co., and a four page list of medical supplies with prices
Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
The three bound volumes consist of two medical account books kept by Joseph Badger Parsons and one ledger book kept by William Moody Parsons. All relate to their practice in Bennington, New Hampshire. They detail patients and maladies, primarily related to urological concerns. The account books contain names of patients, the cost of their procedures, and brief notes on the reason for the office visit or procedure performed
Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
The account books record personal expenditure and the finances for Wood's estate from 1696 to 1736. It details payments to servants and agricultural laborers, gardeners, saddlers, carpenters, the keeper of the hunting house, a butler, housemaid, coopers and expenditures on horses and livestock. Personal expenditures include: money given to his wife and children, chartable gifts, school fees, clothing, medical and physician's fees, food, wine, and the purchase of miscellaneous household items such as candles and soap. The volumes also contain medicinal remedies by Wood