Cornell University Libraries
Manuscript copy of WOMEN PHYSICIANS OF THE WORLD, autobiographies of 91 women doctors, ten from the United States
Columbia University
Parental influence; Baylor College, B.A.; Baylor Medical School, M.D.; women in medical school, decision to practice pediatrics; association with Milton Senn: meeting 1947, work as colleague at New York Hospital Dept. of Pediatrics and Yale Child Study Center; infants in institutions, longitudinal study of personality development of children raised with their families
Harvard University - Schlesinger Library
The collection consists of journals; a draft of her autobiography; correspondence; biographical papers; publications, including reprints of her articles; patient records; and talks and teaching materials from Hardy's career as a physician, and as a specialist in and teacher of occupational medicine
Harvard University - Schlesinger Library
Collection consists of tapes and transcripts of the oral histories. The interviews discuss family background, childhood, education, significant influences affecting their choice of primary career or activity, professional and voluntary accomplishments, the ways in which being black and a woman had affected their options and the choices made
Harvard University - Schlesinger Library
Collection consists of two autograph letters to Phelps from Emily Blackwell regarding her employment at the Infirmary and Phelps' matriculation ticket, 1868; her diploma, 1870; Report of the Anniversary Meeting of the Alumnae Association of the Woman's Medical College of the New York Infirmary in 1871; and 55 letters from graduates of the Woman's Medical College detailing their experiences and those of their classmates in the years following graduation, 1874-1881. The lettters include reports from women both in the United States and abroad (China, Switzerland, France, Germany), mentioning the kinds of cases they're treating, their financial situations, the reactions of their male counterparts and the general public, and, in some cases, balancing their work with marriage and children
Harvard University - Schlesinger Library
Two certificates: Peckham's M.D. degree and a certificate of appointment as a fellow at the New York Academy of Medicine
Harvard University - Schlesinger Library
This collection contains correspondence, minutes, agendas, printed material, notes, clippings, and photographs relating to WSH's work as a feminist leader, with the bulk of the materials relating to her role as chair and later president of the National Organization for Women
Harvard University - Schlesinger Library
Collection includes family correspondence, financial records, professional papers, patient records, articles and translations, and photographs. Correspondence includes letters from Anna Freud, Martin Freud, and from Kurt R. Eissler re: the establishment of the Sigmund Freud Archives
University of Pennsylvania Archives
The Helen O. Dickens Papers document the latter half of Dickens' career in the field of medicine, medical education and public health. The collection contains correspondence, articles, reprints, grant proposals and some notes regarding Dickens' work in teenage pregnancy during the 1960s and 1970s which can be found in the Medical and Correspondence series
Minnesota Historical Society
Correspondence, diaries, writings, clippings, printed matter, Civil War pension files (1882-1928), and other papers documenting in rich detail several generations of the James Christie family of Dodge County, Wisconsin; Rapidan Township, Blue Earth County, Minnesota; and Stevens County, Washington


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