Contains audiotapes and transcript of an oral history interview with Evelyn Booker Wicker. Major subjects in this interview include include Dr. Wicker's experiences as an African-American woman during her career at Duke University Medical Center
Contains audiotapes and transcript of an oral history interview. Major subjects in this interview include women's issues in the medical field, including Allen's own experiences as a female staff member in the Duke University Medical Center Department of Medicine's Division of Rheumatology; Dr. Joseph Greenfield, and Dr. Nannerl O. Keohane
The Sarah Campbell Allan, M.D. Papers, 1895-1952, .50 cubic feet, include a letter from Gary Evans, South Carolina Secretary of State offering her a position at the South Carolina State Lunatic Asylum, a copy of her will, her 1900 diary and a typescript of the diary, handwritten notes regarding turning down a position at Converse College, a small notebook with medical notes, and photographs of herself and family members. The collection also includes a scrapbook of news clippings that she compiled, and her license to practice medicine. The collection has been arranged alphabetically
Correspondence between family and friends; business and legal papers. Correspondence of David M. Tudor deals with tobacco manufacture and trade; correspondence of Mary Starr Tudor deals with her experiences at the Bishop Potter Memorial House in Philadelphia, Penn., with her interest in the Grange and the history of East Windsor, Conn. and her papers as a middle-aged medical student; correspondence of Robert Sythoff Starr deals with his experiences as a medical student, intern, and army physician in the southeastern United States during World War I.
Collection includes personal and professional correspondence as well as genealogical research and employment records. Legal documents relate to major events in her life, and photographs range from her childhood to later years