National Library of Medicine - History of Medicine Division
Founded in 1948, the Society was formed to enhance the advancement of the specialty of neurological surgery in America. Includes material relating to incorporation and constitution of the organization, Executive Committee meetings, annual meetings, membership, finances, and activities of the society.
University of Michigan - Bentley Historical Library
Five photographs of Peet, three portraits (one with his wife) and two of Peet participating in a surgical operation with unidentified colleagues
University of Michigan - Bentley Historical Library
Portraits (one with his wife); photos of Peet participating in a surgical operation with unidentified colleagues; photos of University of Michigan Medical School faculty; photos of University of Michigan student activities and campus buildings, 1907-1911
National Library of Medicine - History of Medicine Division
Includes material relating to incorporation and constitution of the organization, Executive Committee meetings, annual meetings, membership, finances, and activities of the society
University of California, Los Angeles - Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library
Dr. Percival Bailey was an important contributor to many fields of the basic and clinical neurosciences, and a distinguished teacher and author. This is a collection of papers and photographs from Dr. Bailey's home files. Included are documents about his personal life and family, mementos of many, but not nearly all of the many honors and awards that came to him, manuscripts of charming autobiographical essays and his thoughts about psychiatry and psychiatrists. Many aspects of his professional life and his remarkable mentoring of an outstanding group of mid-20th century neurosurgeons emerge from the papers. The photographic record is especially rich in documenting his students and colleagues from around the world.
University of Houston, Clear Lake - Alfred R. Neumann Library
Yale University - Harvey Cushing / John Hay Whitney Medical Library
Madeline Stanton was secretary to Harvey Cushing at the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital in Boston. She accompanied him to Yale in 1933, and after his death, she and John F. Fulton headed the Histiorical Library of the Yale Medical Library. The corresponence consists of letters and cards sent to Madeline Stanton by neurosurgical colleagues and former students of Harvey Cushing, by employees at the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, and others. Major correspondents include Percival Bailey, Claude S. Beck, Hugh Cairns, Louise Eisenhardt, Eric Oldberg, and Paul Martin. The letters document aspects of Miss Stanton's role as Cushing's secretary and her private life.
University of Michigan - Bentley Historical Library
The collection consists primarily of typed manuscripts of articles, correspondence, surgical illustrations and some photographs related to Peet's career as a surgeon and medical researcher. Included are typed manuscripts of articles concerning the surgical treatment of hypertension and subdural hematoma; and a transcript of a lecture delivered by Peet on infantile paralysis in 1939
University of Michigan - Bentley Historical Library
The collection consists primarily of typed manuscripts of articles, correspondence, surgical illustrations and some photographs related to Peet's career as a surgeon and medical researcher. Included are typed manuscripts of articles concerning the surgical treatment of hypertension and subdural hematoma; and a transcript of a lecture delivered by Peet on infantile paralysis in 1939. Also includes one folder of miscellaneous correspondence from the period 1928-1945 related mainly to Peet's work on
McGill University
Aubrey Thomas Mussen was born in Lachine, Quebec, on 21 December 1873, the son of William Mussen and Georgiana Hurlbert. He graduated from the McGill Medical School in 1900. After graduation, he married Virginia Reiman Hack (1881-1957). The couple moved to London so that Mussen could pursue his studies in pathology. He worked at the National Hospital in 1905-1906 and 1908 with Victor Horsley and Robert Clarke, two British neurosurgeons known for pioneering a stereotactic instrument that clamps onto the head in order to provide Cartesian coordinates of the brain for use in surgery and dissection. In 1909, Mussen left for Munich to work at the Psychiatric Klinik in Munich before returning to London as a neuropathologist for London's Medical Research Committee. During the First World War, he served as major-in-charge of the neurological wards at Ste. Anne's Hospital in Montreal. After the war, he joined Johns Hopkins Hospital as a neurological research associate. From 1930 to 1933, he ... Read More