Archives of the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland, Episcopal Diocesan Center
Correspondence, chiefly with Bishop William Rollinson Whittingham, and official papers. A few items date before Potter became Bishop in 1845 but most concern his episcopate. Subjects include requests for Whittingham's advice; many clergy matters; views about the mission in Turkey, 1849, and support for the mission in Greece, 1860; Potter's role in Whittingham's controversy with the Reverend Henry Van Dyke Johns, 1850; interest in missions to Germans in Pennsylvania; approval of training women as physicians and educating them for church work, 1852; Civil War prayers; Potter's protest against Bishop John H. Hopkins's defense of slavery, 1863; and posthumous tributes
Camden County Historical Society
Collection of documents, photographs, and official records relating to the life of Elizabeth Ward Tock
Brooks Memorial Library
Newspaper clippings and illustration from calendar relating to Dr. Grace W. Burnett, the first woman doctor in Brattleboro, Vt
Massachusetts Historical Society
Papers related to family, business and travel activities of the Binney family, primarily of Boston, Mass., from 1797 to 1878. Collection includes correspondence between merchant and U.S. Navy agent Amos Binney (1778-1833) and his brother John Binney (1780-1838); papers of Amos Binney (1830-1880), chief paymaster of the U.S. Army during the Civil War, as well as his correspondence with his mother, Mary Ann Binney Hayward; and the correspondence of Dr. George Hayward (1791-1861), including letters from Henry Clay, Oliver Wendell Holmes, and Rufus Choate. An account book kept by John Binney (1780-1838) records the merchant seaman's travels and expenses. An account book belonging to Rev. Amos Binney (1802-1878) lists the expenses of the Methodist Episcopal minister during his preaching circuit throughout New England. The travel journal of Dr. Amos Binney (1803-1847) describes the social, historical, and educational aspects of the South during the doctor's journey
New Jersey Historical Society
Woodruff's casebook, 1873-1900, contains extensive accounts of the 604 births she attended. Numbered entries include information on the parents: names, place of birth, age, occupation, marital status, and previous children. Also includes notes about the labor and delivery: location, date and time; child's name, weight, and condition; cause of child's death; miscarriages; vaccinations; and progress reports on the mother and child, sometimes months after the delivery
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 Iowa
Consists chiefly of correspondence with other physicians in the field of allergy research, business transactions with pharmaceutical companies, correspondence with patients, and professional writings in which Stewart states her views on combining a professional career with family obligations. There are also references to her involvement in the founding of the local chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta and the League of Women Voters of Iowa City
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
The audiotapes contain reminiscences of Heath's career, as well as life in Wyoming
History Colorado
Contains certificates, diplomas and other personal papers
Columbia University
Southern, Jewish childhood; discrimination against women in medicine; University of Michigan Medical School 1916-20, internship in Akron; South Cleveland practice; Maternal Health Center, Cleveland from 1928: sexuality and marriage counseling, artificial insemination; Womans General Hospital from 1924: President of the Board 1957-72; Chief of OB-GYN Department; history of Womans Hospital; Supreme Court testimony on mandatory maternity leave

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