University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Typescript writings by Hawkins, physician in Jackson, Tenn.: recollections of "Christmas in Jackson in 1865"; an autobiography (46 p.) written in 1946, describing his boyhood, education, and career in architecture, pediatrics, and public health; a historical sketch of Madison County, Tenn.; and a description of old properties and landmarks in Jackson
National Library of Australia
In 1934, a few years after white people first visited the Papua New Guinea Highlands, Dr George Heydon and Mr A.J. Bearup from the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, University of Sydney, went to Mount Hagen, Papua New Guinea to carry out a survey of gastro-intestinal parasites. The collection includes photographs of: Mission of the Divine Word, Mogei people, Dan Leahy, Father William Ross, Lord Sempill, gold prospecting twins Jack and T.A. Fox, A.J. Bearup and George Heydon
University of California, Irvine
This collection comprises professional papers of Jerome Tobis, former professor and founding chair of the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the University of California, Irvine. His career at UC Irvine included founding the Department of Geriatric Medicine, chairing the Medical Ethics Committee, and contributing to a number of significant studies on physical therapy and cardiac rehabilitation. The papers include meeting agendas, minutes, notes, correspondence, clippings, grant proposals, and other materials related to Tobis' work with the fields of geriatric medicine, complementary medicine and integrative medicine, medical ethics, as well as the UC Irvine Emeriti Association, primarily between 1996-2010. The collection also includes a small group of photographs of Tobis and colleagues and some biographical information
Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
The collection consists of letters, documents, manuscripts, reports, photographs, and some printed material related to the life and career of John Anson Ford (1883-1983) and Los Angeles County government. It includes 23 bound volumes of journals/appointment calendars from 1936-1958
Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
Correspondence of Lemuel Shattuck, chiefly letters addressed to him. The letters discuss Shattuck's work on his history of Concord, Mass.; his tenure as the editor of the Yeoman's Gazette; various publishing projects; the affairs of the Middlesex County and Cambridge, Mass. Lyceums, the 6th U.S. Census (1840); and his work on statistics, public health, history, and genealogy -- The largest group (21 letters, 1826-1849) is Shattuck's correspondence with Edward Everett. Everett's letters cover the politcal affairs, including Everett's 1826 speech on slavery and his position on the Antimasonic and National Republican parties in the 1832 elections. Other correspondents include James Buchanan (1791-1868); Ralph Waldo Emerson, John Farmer (1789-1838), George Farrar (1778-1858), Richard Fletcher (1788-1869), John Hoskins Griscom (1809-1874); Eben Norton Horsford (1818-1893), Horace Mann (1706-1859), James Gates Percival (1795-1856); Ezra Ripley (1751-1841), Jared Sparks I1789-1866), James ... Read More
University of Baltimore - Special Collections
Contains 13 interviews conducted in 2011 and combined and edited in 2012 by students at the University of Baltimore for an undergraduate methods class, "Exploring the Past.".
Chicago History Museum
Executive committee and board of directors minutes (1976-86), health system plans (1982-83), budgets (1985-86), by-laws, committee reports, correspondence, memos, newsletters, and other records of the Suburban Cook County-DuPage County Health Systems Agency and of its successor, the Suburban Health Planning Association. Topics include efforts to prevent the duplication of local health resources and thereby to restrain increases in health care costs. Included are records of the Statewide Health Coordinating Council on developing the state health plan. Also present are documents generated by the Illinois Department of Public Health on health resource issues. Correspondents include the U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare
Chicago History Museum
Correspondence, grant applications, class curricula, student files, newsletters, press releases, newspaper clippings, marketing materials, and other records of the Urban Preceptorship Program (UPP) at the University of Illinois at the Medical Center, which taught medical students, health care professionals, and community health workers about medical care in urban areas. Topics include medical treatment for the poor, prison health, community based clinics and programs, and government policies. Materials were collected by Quentin Young, a physician and professor of medicine, who was founder and first director of the UPP
Chicago History Museum
Correspondence, minutes, reports, newsclippings, forum notices, financial and membership materials, and other records of the City Club of Chicago, an organization founded in 1903 to investigate and improve municipal conditions in Chicago (Ill.). Topics include city and state government, revenue, taxation, planning, elections, courts, civil service, transportation, utilities, welfare, education, employment, housing, health, racial discrimination and social services in general. Also includes materials related to the club's efforts to save the Chicago Theater


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