This exhibit consists of fifty-seven panels of photographs of buildings in Philadelphia and the surrounding area, accompanied by twelve panels of interpretive text and one folder containing a brochure printed for Drexel's portion of the exhibition. Each panel of text deals with a different topic, such as colleges, houses, banks, libraries, etc., and describes a group of four or five panels of photographs. The brochure provides a narrative background for the exhibit
This collection contains material regarding Dr. Anny Elston's medical career in Germany and the United States after immigrating to New York in 1941 as a result of Nazi Germany's "Racial Laws." The collection includes Dr. Elston's medical credentials from Germany that allowed her to obtain her New York State Medical License as well as a number of certificates and membership from her medical career as a pediatrician in the United States, material regarding the financial operation of her medical practice, and patient records. The patient records are restricted until 2042. The collection includes materials such as official documents, correspondence, receipts, memorabilia, notes, photographs and patient records. This collection is a valuable resource for researchers interested in women's medical careers in the 20th century, the process of establishing a career in the United States following immigration, and the minutia of running a medical practice in New York City
Materials collected to reflect Asian American women physicians, including materials related to Kazuko Uno Bill (WMCP 1948), Ruby Inouye Shu (WMC 1948), Bessie Jeong (WMC 1932), Florence Chinn Loui (WMC 1953)
This collection consists of administrative files relating to patents and the Patent Advisory Committee. It also contains a series of files on individual patent applications where ownership was considered by the Patent Advisory Committee. Files were created by Carl Gatlin, vice president for academic affairs, 1965-1969; S. Herbert Raynes, assistant vice president for academic affairs, 1966-1970, and later assistant to the president, 1970-1974; and M. Jerry Kenig, assistant to the president, 1974-1982
Original photograph and enlarged reproductions of photograph showing four young women standing in front of the Barton Dispensary, a clinic in Philadelphia associated with Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania. The names listed on the back are Groves, Schrack, Mundy; a fourth name is unclear. Additional notes on reverse are "3.25.23/Taken at 4" & Washington Ave./during our last siege/at Barton.".
The collection consists primarily of Dr. Griffith's correspondence with scholars studying scientific communication and information science, chiefly during the 1970s and 1980s. Other materials include early drafts and edited manuscripts of Dr. Griffith's articles, several lectures, a memoir dating from 1972, reports to the dean of the College of Information Studies offering summaries of Griffith's activities during the 1970s and 1980s, and copies of some of Dr. Griffith's publications