Drexel University
Biographical and subject files collected by archives staff on women physicians, women in medicine, homeopathic medicine, Female Medical College of Pennsylvania, Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, Medical College of Pennsylvania, Allegheny University of the Health Sciences, Hahnemann Medical College, and Hahnemann University
Drexel University
Records in the collection include the club's constitution, financial records, minutes, membership rosters, annual reports, and subject files on events sponsored by the Women's Club. The collection contains both the Drexel News Letter, published during World War II for Drexel servicemen, and a later newsletter for club members. A brief history of the club, written in 1947 by its history committee, is also included
Drexel University
The collection contains items related to the Drexel family found in the Drexel University Archives in 2005. The majority of the collection contains newspaper clippings and scrapbooks related to the Drexel family in the twentieth century, but the collection also includes genealogical charts, legal and financial documents, and photographs. Items dating from the nineteenth century include Francis Martin Drexel's diary, memorial books, and a small collection of letters
Drexel University
Records of homeopathic institutions in Eastern Pennsylvania and the Philadelphia area, primarily the North American Academy of the Homeopathic Healing Art (also known as Allentown Academy). Includes the Correspondenzblatt der homeopathischen Aerzte, a publication of the exchange of experiences between practitioners of homeopathic medicine
Drexel University
Materials related to Edith Flower Wheeler, MD, Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania (WMCP) 1897. Photocopy of typed manuscript: autobiography of Edith Flower Wheeler, She Saunters Off Into Her Past, 1946, 76 pages. WMCP class minutes book, 1893-97. "The Weekly Scrapper", vol. I, no. 1, March 3, 1896. Hand-written and drawn newsletter by Wheeler and multiple "stories" and cartoon-ish drawings about life at WMCP. Newspaper clippings largely related to WMCP [1891-32]. Menu of 1897 commencement luncheon with class members signatures on the reverse
Drexel University
Ineffective and effective responses and behavior are demonstrated during interviews. The tape is designed to be used for independent viewing, or as part of a workshop
Drexel University
Handwritten letter from Elizabeth F. Lewis (Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania (WMCP) 1905) to Flora Parker Easton (WMCP 1901), 1919. Lewis wrote from a hospital in China and details her thoughts on the end of WWI and her work and the hospital. Lewis briefly mentions at least two other WMCP alumnae. 8 pages with original envelope
Drexel University
The collection consists of game programs, newspaper clippings, administrative files, rosters, score sheets, and press material. The bulk is from 1950 to 1973; materials prior to 1950 consist mainly of game programs. Administrative files include a brief history of the football program up to the 1930s. Order in the collection has been imposed by the archivist
Drexel University
The collection consists of Mr. Thomson's correspondence; books, pamphlets, plaques, and maps related to the U.S. Military Railroad, the Pennsylvania Railroad, and other railroads; other printed ephemera collected by Mr. Thomson; newspaper clippings published at his death; and photographs and drawings. U.S. Military Railroads activities during the Civil War period (especially 1863-1864) and the Russian Grand Duke Alexis's state visit to the United States in 1871-1872 are especially well documented
Drexel University
The bulk of the collection consists of scrapbooks containing clippings published on the event of Childs's death and shortly after it. Most of the clippings document Childs's life, his illness and death, his funeral, and the transfer of ownership of the Ledger to George W. Childs Drexel. The rest of the collection consists of publications about Childs, memorial addresses in his honor, and some correspondence, including a letter signed by President Grover Cleveland from 1891. Although much of the material is from the 1890s, an 1845 book by Childs for teaching children to draw and a few twentieth-century items about Childs are included in the collection