Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, copies of condolences relating to Wink's death, newspaper and magazine articles concerning her career, and other papers. Correspondents include Wink's brother, John Knauf, lawyer, of Jamestown, N.D.
Ohio History Connection
Correspondence, minutes, reports, ledger, disbursements, and other financial records, nurses' timebooks, publicity material, bulletins, newsletters, printed material, clippings, scrapbooks, and photos, of a service agency formerly known at Instructive District Nursing Association, Includes records of the Columbus Baby Camp. Contact repository for more information
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
The Swigart Family Papers contain the research materials gathered for and the manuscript of "Leslie, The Swigarts, and the Case of the Purloined School House," written by Dr. Lloyd R. Evans. They include a small amount of biographical information on Leslie Swigart Kent, M.D., correspondence between Natalie Swigart Hanson and Dr. Evans regarding family history, and photographs of Leslie Swigart as well as Dr. I.R. Swigart and his family's horse-drawn "wagon-house," designed and built for the family's move from Kansas to Wyoming. That trip is also recorded in a diary kept by then 14-year old Leslie during the journey from May to July 1896. Reports concerning the Strong Mine and information on the town of Leslie, in Albany County, Wyoming, are also included
University of California, Berkeley - Bancroft Library
The Samuel J. and Portia Bell Hume Papers, 1848-1990, contain the professional and personal papers of Samuel J. Hume, theatrical entrepreneur, and Portia Bell Hume, psychiatrist. Included in Samuel J. Hume's papers are writings, speeches, theater memorabilia, correspondence, and papers related to his work with the Council on Oriental Relations. Portia Bell Hume's papers include her writings, work for the California Department of Mental Hygiene (1943-1972), teaching files, other professional work, and personal ephemera.
New-York Historical Society
Materials related to the nursing career of Georgeanna (or Georgiana) Woolsey Bacon: hymn books, letters from Dorothea Dix, military pass, telegram, instructions for the floating hospital service, official approval to become a nurse, advertising cards, paper collar from nurse's uniform, certificate approving Georgeanna Woolsey to enter the nursing program at Old New York Hospital, nurse's notebook, nurse's manual, cartes de visite with photographic prints of Georgeanna Woolsey and her sister, and promotional photographic prints of U.S. Sanitary Commission locations
Salmon Brook Historical Society
Papers involving a boundary dispute, notes payable, estate settlements, farming, wagon sales, and other subjects; newspaper clippings, including some on women in medicine; and pencil sketches by some Holcomb children -- Family members represented include Nahum Holcomb, Jonathan Holcomb, Sereno Holcomb, Harlow Holcomb, and Reuben Holcomb
Filson Historical Society
This set of scrapbooks contains newspaper clippings, programs, and journals related to the activities of the Women's Auxiliary to the Kentucky State Medical Association. Raising health awareness, the women organized fundraisers and health lectures in Kentucky. All volumes (I: 1934-35; II: 1935-36; III: 1936-37; IV: 1937) include materials documenting the annual meetings of the Kentucky Medical Association, the American Medical Association, and the Southern Medical Association. They also contain issues of the Kentucky Medical Journal. Yearly special topics include the erection of the Jane Todd Crawford memorial in 1935 and the 1937 Ohio River flood
University of California, Berkeley
Interviews with women documenting their roles in the fields of health service, maternal and child care, family planning, and marriage counseling. Photographs inserted. V.1: Martha May Eliot; v.2: Emily H. Mudd; v.3: Loraine L. Campbell; v.4: Florence Clothier; v.5: Louise G. Hutchins; v.6: Adaline P. Satterthwaite; v.7: Julia Tsuei; v.8: Frances H. Ferguson; v.9: Mary S. Calderone; v.10: Mrs. Alan F. Guttmacher (primarily re her husband); v.11: Elizabeth Arnold; v.12: information sheets, outlining contents of interviews, terms of use, etc
Harvard University - Countway Library of Medicine
The records of the Office of the Dean are a product of the administrative activities of the Dean of Harvard Medical School (HMS), primarily in the years 1963 to 1978, as under the tenure of Dean Robert Higgins Ebert (1914-1996). Record types consist of correspondence, meeting minutes and agenda, memoranda, reports, proposals, committee records, and a smaller number of handwritten notes, receipts, article reprints, press releases, photographs, flyers, programs, newspaper clippings and other printed material -- Administrators and faculty at HMS who were particularly involved in Dean Ebert's administration and whose work is well-documented in these records include F. Sargent Cheever, David D. Potter, former Dean George Packer Berry, Henry Coe Meadow, Jack R. Ewalt, Harold Amos, Don W. Fawcett, Harvard University President Derek C. Bok, Harvard University President Nathan M. Pusey, and Leon Eisenberg. These materials do not contain extensive records pertaining to the development of the ... Read More
Harvard University - Countway Library of Medicine
Principally consists of clinical research records originating from Study 8850 of the Pediatric Oncology Group (Ewing's Sarcoma) dating from 1990-1996, including: study coordinator reports; patient notes; patient report data; patient evaluation forms; and study protocol. Also contains copies of annual reports, newsletters, and periodicals that highlight Tarbell's achievements, as well as miscellaneous patient correspondence, presentation slides, and ephemera dating 1984-2008

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