Drexel University
Approximately 20,000 images from the mid 1800s to 2000, illustrating women medical students at work and play, women physicians at work in offices, hospitals, and in clinics domestically and abroad, portraits, college faculty and administrators. Images post-1970 include male medical students and male physicians
Drexel University
This collection primarily houses the papers of Dr. Constantine Hering and his son-in-law, Dr. Calvin B. Knerr, both homeopathic physicians in Philadelphia, from 1820 to 1940. To a significantly lesser extent, it documents the North American Academy of the Homoeopathic Healing Arts, also known as the Allentown Academy, from 1835 to 1918, 1985 and 2003, as well as the Hering, Knerr and Husmann families from 1826 to 1970. The collection is comprised of correspondence, printed materials and publications, manuscripts, notes, diaries, medical school notebooks, family photographs, meeting minutes and other records, which evidence the life and work of Hering, Knerr and their families, as well as the practice and education of homeopathic medicine in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The collection is divided into seven series: "Constantine Hering," "Calvin B. Knerr," "Herring-Knerr Family Papers," "Portraits and snapshots," "Publications and printed materials," "North American ... Read More
Drexel University
Three issues of Dickinson Alumnus, 1956, 1961, 1966, containing articles about Elizabeth Bucke Miller, alumnae of both Dickinson College and Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania (1927)
Drexel University
The collection documents the administrative history of SLA's Philadelphia chapter from its founding through 2005. A large portion of the collection consists of the chapter's publications: the Bulletin, the membership directory, and the area library directory. Other records include chapter bylaws and procedural manuals; records of the president, secretary, and treasurer; executive board minutes; membership rosters; and reports and records of chapter committees and interest groups
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
Papers of Hannah Longshore (Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania 1852) and her family, including daughter Lucretia Blankenburg and her husband Rudolf Blankenburg. Includes photographs, clippings, diplomas, autobiographical and briographical material, memorabilia, testimonials, political poster, class lecture tickets, programs and ephemera
Drexel University
Manuscript, Dr. Isabella Webster (Medical Mission Sisters). Sister Mary Francis (Isabella Margaret Webster) graduated from Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania in 1947 and was a medical missionary in Pakistan, India, Africa and the Phillipines from 1947-1993
Drexel University
The collection consists of subject files created by the Office of the President under the tenures of presidents Godfrey, Matheson, Kolbe, Rea, Disque, and Creese. Subject files cover individuals affiliated with the university, faculty, university committees, historical events, and subjects of interest. They are assumed to have been compiled and arranged at least in part by Harriet Worrell, who worked in the Office of the President during this period; many records contain her annotations
Drexel University
This collection consists chiefly of annual reports submitted to the president of the Drexel Institute of Technology by three deans of the faculty: Harry L. Bowman, LeRoy A. Brothers, and Kenneth G. Matheson, Jr. It also includes a small set of correspondence and other records from Acting Dean Brothers dated 1961-1962
Drexel University
This collection consists of promotional brochures advertising wartime courses for women in dietetics and commerce, as well as posters outlining the courses of study, requirements, and curricula