New York Academy of Medicine
Correspondence, notes, news clippings, copies of "Challenge to socialism" / "formerly American Medicine and the Political Scheme", edited and written by Marjorie O'Connell Shearon. Shearon was a public health expert and opponent of nationalized medicine
Harry S. Truman Library
Correspondence, speech files, minutes, legislative files, publications, and other papers relating to the health programs advocated by the Truman administration. Includes records of the Committee for the Nation's Health; files of President Truman's principal speeches and messages concerning his health programs with related correspondence and press releases; text of bills relating to health insurance; and material relating to the activities of the American Medical Association and the National Physicians' Committee in regard to the Truman health program
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
New York Academy of Medicine
A collection of over 400,000 pieces related to the legislation, organization, and economics of government-sponsored public medical care in the United States. The files include correspondence, confidential reports, special surveys, pamphlets, documents, clippings and ephemera spanning the years 1920-1966
Columbia University
Medical economist
Michigan State University Libraries - Main Library
National Library of Medicine - History of Medicine Division
Subject is the Committee on the Costs of Medical Care, 1928-32, including the members and their contributions
University of Notre Dame - Hesburgh Library
Scope and Content Correspondence with leaders in the liturgical movement including Donald Attwater, Godfrey Diekmann, Martin Hellriegel, Reynold Hillenbrand, Charles G. O'Connor, H.A. Reinhold, and many others, with members of the Congregation of Holy Cross including Theodore M. Hesburgh, and with bishops, nuns and Catholic lay men and women; manuscripts concerning liturgy by Jean Danielou, Ernst Grieshaer, Jean Guy, Johannes Hofinger, Josef Jungmann, John B. O'Connell, Damasus Winzen, Christine Mohrmann, and Ermin Vitry; tape recordings of Mathis' homilies; financial records; papers documenting liturgical practices; and other material pertaining almost exclusively to Mathis' work on liturgy, with only a few items reflecting his interest in the Holy Cross missions in Bengal. Microfilm contains medieval manuscripts and printed editions of the Divine Office or of psalms, including Breviarium ad usum Congregationis Sancti Mauri Ordinis Sancti Benedicti in Gallia (Paris: Ph.-D. Pierres, ... Read More
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
Contains chiefly manuscripts and correspondence of the English writer, poet, and playwright Ronald Duncan, best known for his verse drama and his collaborative work with composer Benjamin Britten. Among the notable correspondents are Gerald Brenan, E. E. Cummings, T. S. Eliot, Christopher Fry, Robert Graves, Graham Greene, Rupert Hart-Davis, John Osborne, Ezra Pound, Colin Wilson, and many others.
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
Includes manuscripts and correspondence of the American playwright, screenwriter, biographer, and frequent New Yorker contributor, S. N. Behrman. Chief works present include Duveen, Lord Pengo, and Portrait of Max. The correspondence mainly refers to these works and includes letters from Max Beerbohm, Rupert Hart-Davis, Selwyn and Tania Jepson, William Shawn, John Van Druten, and Edmund Wilson among many others.