Manuscripts and Archives of the Historical Medical Library of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia

Francis C. Grant papers Edit

Summary

Identifier
MSS 2/184

Dates

  • 1920 – 1957 (Creation)

Extents

  • 63 Linear Feet (Whole)
    52 boxes

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Subjects

Notes

  • Biographical / Historical

    Francis Clark Grant, eminent neurosurgeon who trained under pioneers Charles Harrison Frazier and Harvey Cushing, was born in Philadelphia on 9 November 1891, and spent all but one year of his professional life there. He married Anne Lewis in 1917; they had five children, of whom three survived him: sons Francis, Jr., and Joseph (a physician), and daughter Nancy (now Thayer.) Another son, William, was killed in a 1953 accident which also fractured Dr. Grant's hip and right thumb, forcing his early retirement. Grant remained active until his death, of coronary thrombosis, at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, on 20 November 1967.

    "Chubby" Grant, as he was known to his friends, graduated from Harvard College in 1914, and near the top of his class at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, in 1919. After a two year surgical internship, he became an "apprentice" (resident) to pioneer neurosurgeon Charles Frazier at the University Hospital. He continued on the Neurosurgical Service in both the School of Medicine and the Graduate School of Medicine until 1953, except for the year 1925, which he spent on the service of Harvey Cushing at Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston. In 1936 Grant succeeded Dr. Frazier as Professor and Chairman of Neurosurgery in the School of Medicine, and was appointed Chief at both Graduate and University Hospitals. During World War II he trained military surgeons at the University of Pennsylvania in treatment of injuries to the nervous system.

    Grant's early interests followed Frazier's in developing the subtemporal operation for tic doloureux, and in cordotomy, expanding with the developing field to cover all areas of neurosurgery and neurosurgical technique. He developed an improved ventriculoscope, a laminectomy retractor, a more precise method for spinal fluid pressure determination, and a one stage procedure for cerebellar abscess excision. With Naffziger, in 1938 he defined the scalenus anticus syndrome. Of some 226 published papers, one major contribution, " A Study of the Results of Surgery in 2,326 Consecutive Patients with Brain Tumors," Journal of Neurosurgery 13 (Sept. 1956): 479-488, evaluates the years 1924 to 1954, nearly Grant's entire career.

    Dr. Grant was active in many professional organizations, including the American Surgical Association, Association for Research in Nervous and Mental Diseases, Society of Neurological Surgeons, American Neurological Association, and the Philadelphia Neurological Society, which he chaired in 1935. He was elected to the College of Physicians of Philadelphia in 1926. Grant was a founding member of the American Board of Surgery, and an early member (1937) and Chairman (1952) of the American Board of Neurological Surgery.

    Apart from his career, Grant was an avid sailor and yachtsman. He and his family maintained a life long association with Mount Desert Island, Me., and the Northeast Harbor Fleet Club (his father was an original contender.) Following his Harvard graduation, Francis sailed for a year on a mission boat for Dr. Grenfell along the Labrador coast, beginning a life long interest in the Grenfell Association.

    Grant retained an active interest in the alumni affairs of Groton, Harvard, and the University of Pennsylvania. In addition, he participated in such social and cultural organizations as the Racquet Club, Saturday Night Club, Philadelphia Cricket Club, Fly Club, Penn Athletic Club, Philadelphia Barge Club, Print Club of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, and the American Academy of Political and Social Science.

  • Scope and Contents

    This collection contains professional, personal, and subject correspondence; financial and property papers; course material; discussions, book and article reviews, and miscellaneous writings; and extensive case records with indexes, documenting the life, interests, and neurosurgical career of Francis Clark Grant. Although the correspondence is incomplete (primarily 1923 to 1933), the discussions and reviews extend to 1949, and the case records span Grant's entire career, 1921-1957.

    Professional, personal, subject, and business correspondence issued and received (Series "K","M","E", and "I 1" in Grant's original filing scheme) is contained in Series 1. Although the professional correspondence (Series 1.1) spans only the years 1923-1932, the principal correspondents constitute a virtual who's who in the development of neurosurgery: Bernard Alpers, Percival Bailey, Harvey Cushing, Walter Dandy, Temple Fay, Charles H. Frazier, Walter Freeman, Gilbert Horrax, Kenneth G. McKenzie, William Mixter, Wilder Penfield, I.S. Ravdin, Ernest Sachs, George Schaltenbrand, and Byron Stookey. Folders for individuals are interfiled with an alphabet of miscellaneous folders, some of which also include significant names, e.g., William Spiller and Max Peet. The letters provide a great deal of insight into the activities, personalities, medical developments, and thinking in the early years of the new specialty of Neurosurgery. Three folders of Charles H. Frazier correspondence extend until 1932, four years before Frazier's death, and include also a file of departmental financial accounts.

    Personal correspondence (Series 1.2), arranged in an alphabet of miscellaneous folders followed by a few specific names, includes Grant's colleagues, friends, students, relatives, and legal and financial advisors, and contains considerable information on his social activities and hobbies, especially his Maine home and boating interests. The folder of T. H. Weisenberg includes typescripts of Grant's summary/reviews of articles for the Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry, 1924-1931, for which Weisenberg was editor in chief.

    Series 1.3-1.5 contains a small amount of subject material relating to Grant's personal interests. Included are correspondence on schools, which contains useful family information; on the International Grenfell Association; a file on the 1928 Associated Harvard Clubs meeting in Philadelphia, for which Grant chaired the Schools of Medicine and Public Health Committee; and some material on "Prohibition and Narcotics" which provides a glimpse of the physician's role in prescribing and obtaining alcohol during prohibition.

    Series 2, a small collection of financial and property papers, relates to family members (for example, E. W. Clark and Co.) and family estates; to medical consultations; to the Frances Clark Scholarship Fund; to plans for a suite of offices to be shared by Drs. Frazier, Spiller, and Grant.

    Also included are some representative records of Grant's properties, assets and accounts, and a colorful letter describing a sailing trip (n.d., possibly from Grant's son William, whose wife could be the "Betty" in the letter.) Some correspondence re: Philip B. Fisher includes Grant's interesting personal response to a conflict within the Philadelphia office of Scudder, Stevens and Clark. A file on miscellaneous dealers reflects Grant's interests in antiques, art, books, and history, especially relating to sailing ships and navigation of the North Atlantic coast.

    Grant's experiences during World War II in training Army and Navy medical officers in medicine, general surgery, and neurosurgery, are recorded in Series 3. Included, for example, are course schedules, planning and follow up correspondence, source material, the neurosurgical course curriculum and Grant's analysis of it, student critiques of the course, and Grant's evaluations of individual students.j Sidney R. Govons, M.D., (1912- ) was a Charles Harrison Frazier fellow at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, 1940-1943; his name appears as a staff physician in some of Grant's case records during that period. Articles and related correspondence, especially concerning Govons' work on experimental head injury, are retained in Series 4. Some correspondence (Folder 5) describes Govons' Army experience as a neurosurgeon without assignment, which he attributes partly to the Army's use of general surgeons trained in Grant's two month course.

    Grant was a prolific writer and valued contributor to neurosurgical meetings and publications. Series 5 contains a varied representation of his discussions, book reviews, and miscellaneous neurosurgical writings, 1932-1949. The (forty) discussions are incomplete; Grant was actively involved, for example, in almost every meeting of the Philadelphia Neurological Society, both presenting and discussing, through the 1920s, 30s, and 40s. Much of the material is published (as these are) in the Society Transactions sections of the Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry.

    Dr. Grant's detailed case records, with card index, 19211957 (Series 6), constitute the bulk of this collection. Spanning his entire career, the files contain histories, operative notes, correspondence, autopsies, charts, test results, some X rays and photographs, and follow up, often for years or until the patient's death. Physicians everywhere consulted Grant and referred patients, and Grant saw patients in many area hospitals regularly, although the majority of his cases were seen at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and its graduate affiliates: Postgraduate, Medico Chirurgical, and Polyclinic Hospitals. The files are arranged by year, then according to a comprehensive alpha numeric classification scheme, then by the patient's name. The scheme is very different from the one used by Frazier, thorough and accommodating to both basic and changing interests of Grant's practice: areas of the body or nervous system, procedures, diagnoses, and combinations thereof. Letters represent broad categories, each with a numerical breakdown. Unfortunately the complete code has not been found. V

    An attempt has been made to reconstruct much of the code (Appendix 1) by isolating the common element(s), in sometimes complex histories, that would constitute a logical, definitive arrangement. In most categories a pattern emerges clearly; however, some uncertainties remain, especially in category "C", where the breakdown of pituitary tumor cases seems unrelated to operative technique, tumor type, location, symptom pattern, or therapy, and in "G" and all code letters beyond "H", where there are very few records. Occasional odd cases in otherwise clear categories seem to be errors by the coder.

    Grant divides his cases roughly into the following broad categories: cerebrum, cerebellum, pituitary sellar area, facial nerves, neck and shoulder area, peripheral nerves, gastrointestinal tract, spine and spinal cord, trauma, plastic repair (?), autopsy, and miscellaneous/problems. Special areas of interest include tumors of all areas of the brain and spinal cord; brain and spinal abscess; head injury; herniated disc; operative technique for the pituitary; major trigeminal neuralgia; cordotomy, sympathectomy, alcohol injection, and other techniques for relief of pain; lobotomy; nerve surgery and repair; ventriculography and encephalography.

    A few of the specific code categories are further subdivided, notably A 9 [disorders with mental and/or behavioral complications]. These include the classes from which, beginning in 1938, candidates for lobotomy were chosen, chiefly, A 9-C [cortical atrophy/agenesis mental deficiency with depressive/agitative psychoneurosis] and

    A 9-l [manic depressive psychosis]. Accordingly, from 1938 on, all A 9 categories were lumped together except the lobotomies. These were classed as A 9-c (1938-1940) and A 9-l (1941-1957), in later years including primarily newer related techniques, such as frontal lobe injection, thalamotomy, and chemopallidectomy.

    Each letter category seems to have one division (number) for consultations only (largely correspondence, not case records.) It is worth noting that each of these divisions might contain any or all of the other subjects within the category, and might be searched in addition to the subject. For example, lobotomy cases may be found in category A 12 (consultations) as well as A 9; herniated disc cases in

    H 10 as well as H 1. ^

    A time study of the codes might provide interesting clues to Grant's career as well as the development of neurosurgery. For example, categories E 1 to E 7 appear primarily in the early years, rarely after 1928. These relate largely to the thyroid and neck glands, possibly reflecting a major interest of Dr. Frazier in his early years as John Rhea Barton Professor of Surgery at the University of Pennsylvania. The subject of lobotomy first appears in 1938, three years after its advent in Spain. In 1942 herniated disc operations appear, along with spinal tumors, in category H 1, by 1943 exploding the category from one (small) to six folders.

    The card indexes to the case files (Series 6.2) seem complete, covering the years 1921 to 1955, and separately, 1956 and 1957. Arranged alphabetically by patient's name, each card contains a synopsis of the case, including the classification number, for quick review or to locate a patient's file. One filing inconsistency was noted: nuns

    were filed variously, some by family surname, others under "Sister", then by first name.

    An incomplete (N Z only) card index to Grant's photograph collections (Series 6.3.1), described by Robert Groff as "outstanding", provides a name and possible subject approach to the photographs contained in the patient files. An index to slides (6.3.2) is more complete (A Z), and has been retained in case the slides should some day be found.

    Grant's photograph and slide collections were apparently incorporated into a single numbered listing, in subject series (unrelated to the case classification scheme.) Notations on alphabet guide cards, as well as subject cards interfiled in the indexes, provide clues to the scheme.

    (A partial approximation, derived from the card notations, is attached as Appendix 2.) A number of photos illustrating techniques appear in the index under "Technique" as well as subject; some give the patient's name, and others might possibly be found by locating the case file folder (by subject code and date), and searching for the numbered photograph.

    To date (August 1991) the only photographs in the Grant collection are those included with the case records; neither slides, photo files, negatives, nor the numerical subject listing have been located. ^ Processing note

    Although the Grant papers had been boxed hurriedly and out of order, the papers fall into natural series. Grant's original alpha numeric filing arrangement for his professional and personal material was identifiable, and was retained as appropriate within the series. (Original code numbers are indicated following headings in the finding aid.) Folders of miscellaneous correspondence have been rearranged from chronological to alphabetical order, so that all of an individual's correspondence falls together.

    Duplicates and a small file of personal correspondence ("L"), relating to minor medical problems, have been removed, along with routine correspondence and files re: such personal interests as travels, cars, charities, sports, books, fraternities, theatre, and numerous clubs and organizations in which Grant participated. Also removed were extensive files (4.5 linear feet) relating to Grant's banking and investment interests; maintenance, repair, and rental of his properties in Philadelphia (2026 Spruce Street, 9012 Crefeld Street, 2031 Locust Street) and on Mount Desert Island, Me., as well as his various boats; and insurance and leases.

    Off prints of eighteen of Grant's articles and five book chapters (1935-1940) have been removed and placed with the uncataloged reprints of Fellows of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia. An additional cataloged collection of nineteen reprints, 1922-1929, is housed in the Library of the College, and several other bibliographic references may be found in the card catalog.

  • Custodial History

    The collection of papers and clinical records of Francis C. Grant (63 linear feet) was donated, along with those of Charles H. Frazier, to the Historical Collections of the Library of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia by the

    Department of Neurosurgery, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, on 21 February 1989.

    The collection was processed and cataloged by Barbara Williams in 1991.

  • Part 1 - Appendix; Series 1-5

    Reconstructed Case Classification Code (Partial)

    A. Cerebrum, cerebral disorders, cranium A 1. Cerebral tumor A 2. Cerebral tumor, suspected A 3. Cerebral abscess A 4. Hydrocephalus A 5. Decompression (edema, hemorrhage) A 6. Concussion, contusion, hematoma A 7. Meningitis A 8. Epilepsy, convulsions, dysrhythmia A 9. Diseases/disorders with cerebral complications (largely mental or behavioral) 9-a. Birth injury 9-b. Lues (cerebrovascular) 9-c. Cortical atrophy/agenesis depressive/agitative psychoneuroses, mental deficiency 9-d. Headache (alcoholic, migraine, anxiety) 9-e. Hysteria psychoneuroses, psychoses 9-f. ? (No cases) 9-g. Encephalitis (post encephalitic parkinsonism) 9-h. Sclerosis (incl. multiple sclerosis, arteriosclerotic dementia) 9-i. Developmental anomaly, microcephaly; mental arrest 9-j. Encephalopathy toxic, Schilder's, encephalo malacia 9-k. Paresis (lues) 9-l. Manic depressive psychosis 9-q. Correspondence re: potential lobotomy candidates following a 1940 newspaper article on "Brain Operation" A 10. Cranial fracture A 11. Cranial cyst/tumor/disease, osteoma, osteomyelitis A 12. Consultations re: cerebral/cranial problems A 13. Cranioplasty A 14. Cerebral cortical atrophy, arachnoiditis A 15. Cerebral complications, other diseases metastatic cancer, cerebro/cardiovascular disease, diabetes, degenerative diseases, etc. A 16. Foreign body injury 16-a. Bullet/gunshot wound A 17. Cerebral aneurysm/hemorrhage, vascular lesion h A 18. Porencephaly, Jacksonian epilepsy A 19. Cranio/cerebral infection/inflammation (cellulitis, papilledema, toxic encephalomyelitis, sinus thrombosis, etc.) A 20. "Encephalograms other services" A 21. Clinic (Graduate Hospital?)

    B. Cerebellum B 1. Cerebellar tumor B 2. Cerebellar tumor, suspect B 3. Cerebellar agenesis, atrophy, ataxia B 4. Cerebello pontine angle tumor B 5. Cerebello pontine angle tumor, suspect B 6. Consultations cerebellar problems B 7. ? (No cases) B 8. Cerebellar abscess B 9. Cerebellar cyst? B 10. Cerebellar malformation (Arnold Chiari, platybasia) 10-a. Friedreich's ataxia B 11. Arteriovenous aneurysm occipital, cerebellar B 12. 4th ventricle tumor (sub occipital) B 13. Cerebellar atrophy, sub occipital arachnoiditis

    C. Pituitary, sellar area C 1. Pituitary tumor C 2. Pituitary tumor (adenoma, cystadenoma, cranio pharyngioma?) C 3. Pituitary tumor, suspect C 4. Pituitary tumor, suspect C 5. Pituitary tumor, suspect C 6. Consultation pituitary C 7. Pituitary dysfunction C 8. Suprasellar/parasellar cyst/tumor (Rathke's pouch) C 9. Pineal gland tumor C 10. 3rd ventricle tumor

    D. Facial nerves, neuralgia D 1. Major trigeminal neuralgia D 2. Major trigeminal neuralgia alcohol injection D 3. Trigeminal neuralgia, atypical D 4. Gasserian ganglion tumor D 5. Carcinoma of face, neck, tongue (pain) D 6. Facial pain other? (trifacial, 5th cranial nerve) D 7. Supra orbital neuralgia D 8. Atypical neuralgia D 9. Facial nerve damage, paralysis (Bell's palsy); repair D 10. Labyrinthitis, tinnitus, Meniere's disease D 11. Pneumogastric neuralgia D 12. Glossopharyngeal neuralgia D 13. Optic neuritis, optic nerve lesions D 14. Parotid tumor D 15. Consultations facial neuralgia D 16. 6th cranial (abducens) nerve paresis, neuritis D 17. 3rd nerve (oculomotor) palsy, neuritisj E. Neck and shoulder area E 1. Exophthalmic goiter (toxic) E 2. Lingual thyroid goiter (tumor) E 3. Colloid goiter E 4. Thyroid adenoma toxic, non toxic, cystic E 5. Neck swelling? (cyst, adenoma) E 6. Endocrine imbalance? (thyroid disease, carotid sinus syndrome, hyperplastic toxic goiter, etc.) E 7. Neck tumor/cyst (tubercular adenitis, thyroid carcinoma, sarcoma, thyroglossal cyst, etc.) E 8. Neck contusion, pain E 9. Torticollis E 10. Consultations neck/shoulder E 11. Cervical/thoracic sympathectomy, ramisectomy E 12. ? (No cases) E 13. Cervical rib E 14. Scalenus anticus syndrome, bursitis, scalenotomy

    F. Peripheral nerve injury/neuropathy; repair F 1. Neurorraphy F 2. Neurolysis, exploration F 3. Peripheral nerve pain (neuropathy, injury, neuritis post herpes neuralgia, post operative complications, compression, cause undetermined, etc.) F 4. Sciatica F 5. Brachial plexus palsy, neuritis F 6. Consultation nerve injury, neuritis F 7. Peripheral nerve injury, repair, transplantation F 8. Neuroma excision F 9. Injection (nerve block) F 10. Occipital neuralgia injection, neurectomy F 11. Contracture (hand) (one case) F 12. Peripheral nerve section/avulsion (multiple?) (and/or injection?)

    G. Gastrointestinal tract? (Hernia, stomach carcinoma) J H. Spine/spinal cord H 1. Spinal cord tumor; herniated disc (from 1942) H 2. Spinal cord tumor, suspect; herniated disc, suspect 2-a. "Myelograms for other services" (1949-1950) H 3. Cordotomy H 4. Meningocele H 5. Spinal pain (lesions, damage) multiple causes? (carcinoma, sclerosis, osteoarthritis, multiple myeloma, sprain, injury, meningitis, surgery, etc.) H 6. Spine/cord fracture, contusion, dislocation, compression H 7. Spinal abscess H 8. Sympathectomy abdominal, lumbar? H 9. Laminectomy, rhizotomy, cordotomy, ganglionectomy, thoracic/lumbar sympathectomy H 10. Consultation spinal problems H 11. Infectious/inflammatory conditions? (Postoperative myelitis, sterile lumbar abscess, poliomyelitis, radiculitis, diffuse neuromyelopathy, Pott's Disease, etc.) H 12. Paravertebral injection (alcohol, novocaine) H 13. Degenerative diseases/changes? (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, lues, tuberculosis, spinal metastases, osteoarthropathy, neurofibromatosis, muscular dystrophy, lumbosacral strain, congenital malformation, foreign body, osteitis, spinal caries, dystonia, Pott's Disease, Guillain Barre syndrome, polyneuropathy, etc.)

    I. Trauma, accident cases? I 1. Head injury/fracture? (orbit fracture, nasal bone, eye, maxilla, mandible) I 2. Other injury? (facial injury, rib fracture) I 3. ? (No cases) I 4. ? (No cases) I 5. ? (No cases) I 6. Multiple injury? (shoulder, rib) I 7. Head injury with other fractures?

    J. Plastic repair? J 1. Facial injury plastic repair?

    K. Autopsy? K 1. Autopsy? K 2. Autopsy notes?

    L. Lung? L 1. ? (No cases) L 2. ? (No cases) L 3. ? (No cases) L 4. ? (No cases) L 5. ? (No cases) L 6. Fluid tap?j M. Vascular diseases, thrombosis M 1. Peripheral vascular diseases? (endarteritis, varicose veins of scalp, embolus, leukemia metastatic to brain) M 2. Diabetic neuropathy? M 3. Extremities vascular disease (Buerger's, Raynaud's, etc.) M 4. Embolism/thrombosis (jugular vein, sinus thrombosis,

    endarteritis, arteriosclerosis) M 5. Hypertension, stroke M 6. Consultation vascular problems

    X. Problems and miscellaneous? (legal, bill collection, free patients, insurance, etc.)MSS 2/0184-01 Acc. 1989-018 Appendix 2

    GRANT, FRANCIS C., (1891-1967)

    'Papers, 1920-1957

    Reconstructed Photograph Numbering Scheme (Partial)

    Numbers

    1 Tumors, brain 1000 Skull fractures (1264-1278) Hematoma, subdural 1500 Tumors, cerebellum 2500 Tumors, cerebellopontine angle 3000 Tumors, pituitary (endothelioma, etc.) 3500 Pituitarism 4000 Tumors, spine 4500 Spine, lesions 5000 Trigeminal nerve (5538-5543) Tractotomy 6000 Neck, thyroid 6250 Neck sympathectomy 7500 Anesthesia, pain relief 8000 Technic photographs (8000 ) Brain/spine anatomical technique 8250 Craniotomy, brain abscess, brain surgery 8750 Ventriculography, encephalography 9000 Pituitary operative technique 9250 Trigeminal nerve, alcohol injection, tractotomy, major trigeminal neuralgia 9500 Carcinoma face, head, neck 10000 Spinal cord cordotomy, laminectomy, rhizotomy, lumbar puncture, disc, spinal tumors, sympathectomy 10250 Cranial trauma, hemorrhage, cranioplasty 10500 Brain tumors, metastasis, (astrocytoma) 11000 Sympathetic nervous system, sympathectomy (hypertension) 12000 Tractotomy 13000 Lobotomy technique 1 1. CORRESPONDENCE ("K","M","I 1"?) ISSUED AND RECEIVED; SUBJECT FILES ("E"), 1920-1944 1. 1. PROFESSIONAL CORRESPONDENCE, 1923-1932:

    1. Adson, Alfred W., (1 folder) 1929-1932 2. Alpers, Bernard J., (1 folder) 1929-1930 3. Bagley, Charles, Jr., (1 folder) 1927-1928 4. Bailey, Percival, (1 folder) 1928 5. "B" Miscellaneous, (1 folder) 1927-1932 6. Coleman, Claude C., (1 folder) 1928-1931 7. Cushing, Harvey, (1 folder) 1929-1932 8. "C" Miscellaneous, (1 folder) 1928-1932 9. Dandy, Walter E., (1 folder) 1927-1929 10. Derr, William H., (1 folder) 1924-1925 11. Dowman, Charles Edward, (1 folder) 1928 12. "D" Miscellaneous, (1 folder) 1929-1932 13. "E" Miscellaneous, (1 folder) 1925-1931 14. Fay, Temple S., (1 folder) 1924-1932 15. Frazier, Charles Harrison, (3 folders) 1923-1932 16. Freeman, Walter, (1 folder) 1923-1928 17. "F" Miscellaneous, (1 folder) 1924-1932 18. "G" Miscellaneous, (1 folder) 1926-1932 19. Horrax, Gilbert, (1 folder) 1923-1932 20. "H" Miscellaneous, (1 folder) 1925-1932 21. "I" Miscellaneous, (1 folder) 1927-1930 22. "J" Miscellaneous, (1 folder) 1926-1932 23. "K" Miscellaneous, (1 folder) 1924-1932 2 24. Lloyd, James Hendrie, (1 folder) 1923-1924 25. Locke, C.E., Jr., (1 folder) 1923-1924 26. "L" Miscellaneous, (1 folder) 1926-1932 27. McKenzie, Kenneth G., (1 folder) 1926-1932 28. "Mc" Miscellaneous, (1 folder) 1925-1932 29. Mixter, William J., (1 folder) 1923-1932 30. "M" Miscellaneous, (1 folder) 1923-1932 31. "N" Miscellaneous, (1 folder) 1923-1931 32. "O" Miscellaneous, (1 folder) 1928-1932 33. Penfield, Wilder G., (1 folder) 1925-1932 34. "P" Miscellaneous, (1 folder) 1925-1932 35. Rand, Carl W., (1 folder) 1923-1925 36. Ravdin, I. S., (1 folder) 1927-1932 37. "R" Miscellaneous, (1 folder) 1928-1932

    Box Ser.

    2 1. 1. 38. Sachs, Ernest, (1 folder) 1924-1932 39. Schaltenbrand, George, (1 folder) 1926-1928 40. Stookey, Byron, (1 folder) 1924-1932 41. "S" Miscellaneous, (1 folder) 1924-1932 42. "T" Miscellaneous, (1 folder) 1924-1931 43. "V" Miscellaneous, (1 folder) 1923-1931 44. "W" Miscellaneous, (1 folder) 1924-1932 45. "Y" Miscellaneous, (1 folder) 1930-1932 3 1. 2. PERSONAL CORRESPONDENCE, 1923-1933: 1. PERSONAL CORRESPONDENCE, ISSUED AND RECEIVED, A Z, 1923-1933:

    1. "A", (1 folder) 1931 2. "B", (1 folder) 1924-1932 3. "C", (1 folder) 1923-1932 4. "D", (1 folder) 1924-1931 5. "E", (1 folder) 1925-1931 6. "F". (1 folder) 1925-1933 7. "G", (1 folder) 1923-1932 8. "H", (1 folder) 1923-1933 9. "I", (1 folder) 1931-1932 10. "J", (1 folder) 1928-1932 11. "K", (1 folder) 1925-1931 12. "L", (1 folder) 1923-1933 13. "Mc", (1 folder) 1929 14. "M", (1 folder) 1925-1933 15. "N", (1 folder) 1925- 16. "O", (1 folder) 1924-1926 17. "P", (1 folder) 1925-1933 18. "Q", (1 folder) 1931 19. "R", (1 folder) 1923-1933 20. "S", (1 folder) 1923-1933 21. "T", (1 folder) 1925-1932 22. "U V", (1 folder) 1931 23. "W", (1 folder) 1923-1932 24. "XYZ", (1 folder) 1932

    2. PERSONAL CORRESPONDENCE ("K"), ISSUED AND RECEIVED, 1923-1933: 1. Belding, Frank O., (1 folder) 1925-1930 2. Cunningham, Allan, (1 folder) 1925-1927 3. Ross, Walter, Jr., (1 folder) 1923-1926 4. Van Pelt, (1 folder) 1923-1933 [David, John, Marian, Van Pelt Co.] 5. Weisenberg, T. H., (1 folder) 1924-1931 6. Whitmore, John M., (1 folder) 1923-1924 7. Winsor, E. A., (1 folder) 1923-1925

    Box Ser.

    4 1. 3. SUBJECT CORRESPONDENCE ("M"), 1920 (1922-1944): 1. International Grenfell Association ("M 3"), (1 folder) 1924

    2. Schools ("M 6"), 1920, 1922 (1926-1944):

    a. Schools [incl. Groton, Shady Hill Country Day School, Chestnut Hill Academy, Memorial for Duncan Dana], (1 folder) 1920,1922 (1926-1932) b. Groton School, (1 folder) 1937-1944 c. University of Pennsylvania. Class of 1919. 20th Reunion, (1 folder) 1939-1940 d. University of Pennsylvania. Class Reunion., (1 folder) 1944 3. Prohibition and Narcotics ("M 8"), 1922-1932:

    a. Prohibition, (2 folders) 1922-1925 b. Prohibition and Narcotics, (1 folder) 1926-1932

    1. 4. SUBJECT FILES: CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS ("E"), 1927-1928:

    1. Harvard Club [re: Associated Harvard Clubs meeting, Philadelphia, May 1928], (1 folder) 1927-1928 1. 5. MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE ("I 1"?), (1 folder) 1927-1930

    Box Ser.

    5 2. FINANCIAL AND PROPERTY PAPERS ("F","H","I","J"), 1924-1947

    2. 1. INVESTORS, BROKERS, TRUST COMPANIES, ETC. ("F"), 1926-1934:

    1. E.W. Clark Co. ("F 5") [incl. material on Clark family and a wedding; also on proposed Frances Clark Fund for neurosurgery], (1 folder) 1926-1929 2. West Philadelphia Title Trust Co. ("F 8") [planning and construction of professional offices for Drs. Frazier, Spiller and Grant at 36th and Walnut Sts., Philadelphia], (1 folder) 1926-1931

    3. Scudder, Stevens Clark ("F 4", "F 11"), 1928-1934:

    a. Fisher Co. (later Scudder, Stevens Clark, "F 11") [Investment Counsel report and analysis of Grant's securities], (1 folder) 1928-1929

    b. Mr. Fisher's letters [Philip B. Fisher; incl. Grant's response to a personality conflict within the Philadelphia office of Scudder, Stevens Clark], (1 folder) 1934

    2. 2. FAMILY AFFAIRS; ESTATES, 1933-1945:

    1. Grant, Jane Burnham, Estate, (1 folder) 1941-1945

    2. Grant, William S., Jr., 1933-1945:

    a. Will, (1 folder) 1942 b. Correspondence [incl. letter, 22 July 1940, re: Charles Harrison Frazier Fund], (1 folder) 1933-1942 c. Estate, (4 folders) 1942-1945

    Box Ser.

    5 2. 3. MERCHANDISE; DEALERS ("H"), 1926-1928:

    1. Miscellaneous dealers ("H 6") [incl. dealers in antiques, art, books, historical maps and charts, etc., re: sailing ships and navigation of the North Atlantic Coast], (1 folder) 1926-1928

    2. 4. REAL ESTATE ("I"), 1928-1947:

    1. 9012 Crefeld St., Phila. ("I 2") [reassessment of Grant's home by National Realty Appraisal Co., 1933, incl. photograph], (1 folder) 1933-1934

    2. Northeast Harbor, Mt. Desert Is., Me. ("I 3") [incl. letters re: Frazier patient George Paine, 1927-1928; University Hospital surgical patient Sheila Murphy, 1943; and the Francis [i.e. Frances?] Clark Traveling Scholarship in Neurosurgery, 1931], (1 folder) 1928-1943

    3. Seal Cove, Mt. Desert Is., Me. [incl. construction photos of Grant's camp and a letter re: a family wedding], (1 folder) 1946-1947

    2. 5. BOATS, 1945?:

    1. "Pandion" (later "Nancy") [letter, n.d., probably from one of Grant's sons (William?), describing a sailing trip], (1 folder) 1945?

    2. 6. INSURANCE, LEASES, TAXES ("J"), 1924-1926:

    1. Income Tax, (1 folder) 1924-1926 Box Ser.

    5 3. U.S. ARMY AND NAVY POSTGRADUATE COURSE MATERIAL, 1942-1950

    3. 1. U.S. Navy / Philadelphia specialty courses for Naval medical officers, arranged cooperatively by Philadelphia medical schools and hospitals, 1942-1944 [incl. correspondence re: courses in internal medicine, endocrinology, and neuropsy chiatry; two course schedules in neuropsychiatry; and a letter of thanks from the Navy], (1 folder) 1942-1944

    3. 2. U.S. Army / University of Pennsylvania courses in surgery for medical officers, scheduled every six weeks, with the cooperation of various Phila delphia medical schools and hospitals, July 1942 Dec. 1943 [incl. correspondence (arranged alpha betically) and schedules re: courses in fundamental surgery, surgery of the extremities, thoracic sur gery, and maxillofacial plastic surgery, as well as a directive from the War Department: "Courses of Instruction for Medical Department Officers"], (1 folder) 1942-1943

    3. 3. U.S. Army / University of Pennsylvania course: "Neurosurgery for Medical Officers, U.S. Army", 1944-1950:

    1. Sessions, 1944-1945 [incl. course schedules; class lists, enrollment cards, and (1) class photograph (1944); planning, evaluative, and follow up correspondence with Army officials, faculty and students (arranged alphabetically); source material and outlines of similar courses; summary student critiques of the course; and Grant's evaluation of individual students], (6 folders) 1942-1947

    2. Correspondence, Surgeon General's Office and Army Medical Library [re: neurosurgery in WWII; Grant's criticism of Military Surgeon's Manual; neurosurgery course curriculum, 1944-1945, and Grant's analysis of it], (1 folder) 1948

    3. Correspondence, National Research Council [incl. lists of students in all six course sessions, as requested for an NRC study of peripheral nerve injuries], (1 folder) 1950

    Box Ser.

    5 4. GOVONS, SIDNEY R. (1912- ). PAPERS [incl. articles, and related correspondence, written by Govons (with Grant and others) as a Charles Harrison Frazier Fellow, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, 1940-1943], 1916 (1942-1946)

    1. "Hemochromatotic pigmentation of the central nervous system" (F. H. Lewy and Govons), Journal of Neuropathology and Experimental Neurology l (April 1942): 129-138 [Offprint], (1 folder) 1942

    2. "Experimental head injury produced by blasting caps", Surgery 15 (April 1944): 606-621 [incl. correspondence; typed drafts (3); corrected final typescript with (6) illustrations; offprint; and (11) additional negatives], (1 folder) 1943-1944 3. "Neurophysiological and neurohistologic results following experimental head trauma produced by blasting caps" (Govons; F. H. Lewy, F. C. Grant), Association for Research in Nervous and Mental Diseases. Proceedings (1943) 24 (1945): 201-215 [incl. correspondence and typescript], (1 folder) 1943-1945

    4. "Neurophysiological results in man following head trauma of measurable degree" (Govons and F. C. Grant), Association for Research in Nervous and Mental Diseases. Proceedings (1943) 24 (1945): 216-225 [incl. correspondence; typescript, and (4) encephalograms used as Figure 139], (1 folder) 1944

    5. "Arteriographic visualization of cerebral vascular lesions" (Govons and F. C. Grant), Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry 55 (June 1946): 600-618 [incl. correspondence (describing Govons' army experience); typed drafts (2) with corrections (1); and illustrations (12)], (1 folder) 1944-1946

    6. "Commotio labyrinthi nach Blitzschlag" (G. Kelemen), Neurologisches Centralblatt 35 23 (1916): 959-960 [Related article sent to Grant by John F. Fulton; incl. correspondence and offprint], (1 folder) 1916 (1943)

    Box Ser. 5 5. DISCUSSIONS; BOOK AND ARTICLE REVIEWS; MISCELLANEOUS WRITINGS AND DATA, 1932-1949

    5. 1. DISCUSSIONS, 1934-1948:

    1. Putnam, T. J., "Myelotomy of the Commissure: New Method of Treating Pain in the Upper Extremities": discussion before the 60th annual meeting, American Neurological Association, Atlantic City, N.J., 1934 June 4; [Archives of Neurology and Psych iatry 32 (Dec. 1934): 1189-1193; incl. typescript of paper; holograph notes (FCG); correspondence], (1 folder) 1934

    2. Grant, F. C., "Alcohol Injection in the Treatment of Major Trigeminal Neuralgia": discussion before the Section on Nervous and Mental Diseases, 87th annual session, American Medical Association, Kansas City, Mo., 1936 May 13; [Journal of the American Medical Association 107 (Sept. 5, 1936): 771-774; incl. holograph draft; type script; correspondence], (1 folder) 1936

    3. Dandy, W. E., "Newer Aspects of Meniere's Disease: Diagnosis and Treatment" (Discussions A.M.A. and A.N.A., 1936): [discussion before the Section on Nervous and Mental Diseases, 87th annual session, American Medical Association, Kansas City, Mo., 1936 May?; incl. holograph draft; typescript], (1 folder) 1936

    4. Patten, C. A. and J. C. Yaskin, "Porencephaly: Diagnosis and Treatment": discussion before the 67th annual meeting, American Neurological Association, Atlantic City, N.J., 1936 June 1; [Transactions of the American Neurological Association 62 (1936): 39-40; Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry 37 (Jan. 1937): 108-136; incl. holograph draft; typescript], (1 folder) 1936

    Box Ser.

    5 5. 1. 5. Coleman, C. C.,"Fracture of the Skull Involving the Paranasal Sinuses and Mastoid": [discussion before the Section on Laryngology, Otology and Rhinology, 88th annual session, American Medical Association, Atlantic City, N.J.;, 1937 June 9; Journal of the American Medical Association 109 (Nov. 13, 1937): 1613-1616; typed transcript], (1 folder) 1937

    6. Grant, F. C., "Operative Treatment of Major Trigeminal Neuralgia": discussion, [ca. 1938; typescript], (1 folder) [ca. 1938]

    7. Grant, F. C., and R. A. Groff, "Diagnosis and Treatment of Chronic Subdural Hematoma": discussion before the Philadelphia Academy of Surgery, [Philadelphia, Pa.?], 1938 Mar. 7; [unpublished; typescript], (1 folder) 1938

    8. Penfield, W., and F. McNaughton, "Dural Headache and the Innervation of the Dura Mater": discussion before the 64th annual meeting, American Neurological Association, Atlantic City, N.J., 1938 May; [Transactions of the American Neurological Association 64 (1938): 106-109; incl. typed transcript; revised typescript], (1 folder) 1938 9. Alpers, B. J., "Relation of the Histology to the Clinical Features of Brain Abscess": discussion before the 64th annual meeting, American Neurological Association, Atlantic City, N.J., 1938 May; [Transactions of the American Neurological Association 64 (1938): 13-18; Archives of Otolaryngology 29 (Feb. 1939): 199-222; incl. typed transcript; revised typescript], (1 folder) 1938

    10. Adson, A. W., "Treatment of Cranial Osteo myelitis and Brain Abscess": discussion [before the American Surgical Association, Atlantic City, N.J., 1938 May; Annals of Surgery 108 (Oct. 1938): 499-519; incl. typed transcript with corrections; revised type script; correspondence], (1 folder) 1938

    Box Ser. 5 5. 1. 11. Craig, W. McK., and J. W. Kernohan, "Tumors

    of the Fourth Ventricle", and Buchanan, D. N., and P. Bailey, "Brain Tumors in Infancy and Childhood": discussion before the Section on Nervous and Mental Diseases, 89th annual session, American Medical Association, San Francisco, Calif., 1938 June 16; [Journal of the American Medical Association 111 (Dec. 24, 1938): 2370-2377 (Craig and Kernohan, with discussion); typescript], (1 folder) 1938

    12. Shumway, E. A., "Report of a Case of Tumor of the Third Ventricle Which Caused Chronic Internal Hydrocephalus: Clinical History over a Period of Seventeen Years": discussion [before the Philadelphia Neurological Society, Philadelphia, Pa.?, 1939 Apr. 28; Archives of Ophthalmology 23 (Apr. 1940): 727-734; incl. typescript; correspondence], (1 folder) 1939

    13. Groff, R. A., and F. H. Lewy, "Experiences with Section of the Descending Spinal Root of the Fifth Cranial Nerve": discussion before the 65th annual meeting, American Neurological Association, Atlantic City, N.J., 1939 June; [Transactions of the American Neurological Association 65 (1939): 162-168; incl. holo graph draft; typescript; correspondence], (1 folder) 1939

    14. Grant, F. C.; Weinberger, L. M., and J. H. Gibbon, Jr., "Anoxemia of the Central Nervous System Produced by Temporary Complete Arrest of the Circulation": discussion before the 65th annual meeting, American Neurological Association, Atlantic City, N.J., 1939 June; [Transactions of the American Neurological Association 65 (1939): 66-72; typed transcript] (1 folder) 1939

    15. Alexander, L., and P. C. Kennedy, "Myelomalacia Following Rhizotomy and Its Relation to the Circulation of the Spinal Cord": discussion before the 65th annual meeting, American Neurological Association, Atlantic City, N.J., 1939 June; [Transactions of the American Neurological Association 65 (1939): 135- 137; typescript], (1 folder) 1939

    Box Ser.

    5 5. 1. 16. Lewy, F. H., and R. A. Groff,"Dangers of Sub dural Injection of Alcohol for Relief of Pain": discussion [before the Philadelphia Neurological Society, Philadelphia, Pa.?, 1940 Feb. 23; Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry 44 (1940): 682-683; typescript], (1 folder) 1940

    17. Mock, H. E., "Trauma and Low Back Pain", and Raaf, J., "Treatment of Patients with Protruded Intervertebral Discs": discussion before the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma, Atlantic City, N.J., 1940 June; [American Journal of Surgery 51 (Mar. 1941): 779-820; typescript], (1 folder) 1940

    18. Jobson, G. B., "Spontaneous Cerebrospinal Rhinorrhea": discussion [before the Section on Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Diseases, Medical Society of the State of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Session, Philadelphia, Pa., 1940 Oct. 2; Pennsylvania Medical Journal 44 (July 1941): 1275-1276; typescript], (1 folder) 1940

    19. Strecker, E. A.; Grant, F. C., and H. D. Palmer, "A Study of Frontal Lobotomy: an Evaluation of Neurosurgical, Psychological and Neurological Features in Five Closely Observed Psychotic Patients": discussion before the 97th annual meeting, American Psychiatric Association, Richmond, Va., 1941 May 6; [American Journal of Psychiatry 98 (Jan. 1942): 524-532; incl. typescript of paper; holograft draft and typescript of discussion; correspondence re: bibliography], (1 folder) 1941 20. Horrax, G., "A Two to Eight Year Follow Up Study of 218 Cases of Benign Brain Tumor with Special Reference to the Uncommon Varieties": discussion [before the 67th annual meeting, American Neurological Association, Atlantic City, N.J., 1941 June; Transactions of the American Neurological Association 67 (1941): 93-99; typescript], (1 folder) 1941

    Box Ser.

    5 5. 1. 21. Grant, F. C., "Epidural Abscess": discussion [before the 67th annual meeting, American Neurological Association, Atlantic City, N.J., 1941 June; Transactions of the American Neurological Association 67 (1941): 99-103; typescript], (1 folder) 1941

    22. Wortis, S. B., and L. I. Sharp, "Fractures of the Spine with Spinal Cord Injury": discussion before the Section on Nervous and Mental Diseases, 92nd annual session, American Medical Association, Cleveland, Ohio, 1941 June 4; [Journal of the American Medical Association 117 (Nov. 8, 1941): 1585-1591; typescript], (1 folder) 1941

    23. Wilson, G.; Rupp, C., and H. Bartle, Jr., "Tuberculoma of the Central Nervous System Simulating Tumor of the Brain or Spinal Cord": discussion before the Philadelphia Neurological Society, Philadelphia, Pa., 1942 Feb. 27; [Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry 48 (1942): 503-504; incl. typed transcript; revised typescript; correspondence], (1 folder) 1942

    24. Masland, R. M., and D. Scott, Jr., "Effect of Drug Therapy on the Electroencephalogram of Epileptic Patients": discussion before the Philadelphia Neurological Society, [Philadelphia, Pa.?], 1942 Feb. 27; [Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry 48 (1942): 505-506; typescript], (1 folder) 1942

    25. Walker, A. E., "Relief of Pain by Mesen cephalic Tractotomy": discussion before the Section on Nervous and Mental Diseases, 93rd annual session, American Medical Association, Atlantic City, N.J., 1942 June 10; [Archives of Neurology and Psychi iatry 48 (Dec. 1942): 865-883; incl. type script of paper with (6) photoprint illus trations; typed transcript of discussion with corrections; correspondence], (1 folder) 1942

    Box Ser. 5 5. 1. 26. Grant, F. C., "Successful Removal of Large Intramedullary Tumor of the Spinal Cord": discussion before the Philadelphia Neuro logical Society, [Philadelphia, Pa.?], 1943 Nov. 26; [Archives of Neurology and Psych iatry 52 (1944): 157-158; incl. holograph draft; typescript; correspondence], (1 folder) 1943

    27. Shenkin, H., "Abscess of Spinal Cord with Pilonidal Sinus Connecting Central Canal": discussion before the Philadelphia Neuro logical Society, [Philadelphia, Pa.?], 1944 Jan. 28; [Archives of Neurology and Psych iatry 52 (1944): 423; typescript], (1 folder) 1944

    28. Spaeth, E. B., and J. S. Shipman, "Marcus Gunn Phenomenon": discussion before the Section on Ophthalmology, College of Physicians of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pa., 1944 Feb. 19; [Archives of Ophthalmology 32 U (1944): 339-341; incl. typed transcript; correspondence], (1 folder) 1944 29. Watts, J. W., and W. Freeman, "Intelligence Following Prefrontal Lobotomy in Obsessive Tension States": discussion before the Philadelphia Neurological Society, [Phila delphia, Pa.?], 1944 Mar. 24; [Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry 53 (1945): 244-245; typescript], (1 folder) 1944U

    30. Gurdjian, E. S.; Webster, J. E., and W. E. Stone, "Cerebral Metabolism in Experimental Head Injury": discussion before the Section on Nervous and Mental Diseases, 94th annual session, American Medical Association, Chicago, Ill., 1944 June 14; [War Medicine 6 (Sept. 1944): 173-179; typescript], (1 folder) 1944

    31. Grant, F. C., "Epidural Spinal Abscess": discussion before the Section on Nervous and Mental Diseases, 94th annual session, American Medical Association, Chicago, Ill., 1944 June 14; [Journal of the American Medical Association 128 (June 16, 1945): 509-512; typescript], (1 folder) 1944

    Box Ser.

    5 5. 1. 32. Schall, L. A., and D. J. Reagan, "Malignant Exophthalmos": discussion before the Eastern Section, American Rhinological, Otolaryngo logical and Laryngological Society, Phila delphia, Pa., 1945 Jan. 12; [Annals of Otology, Rhinology and Laryngology 54 (Mar. 1945): 37-42; incl. typed draft of paper; typescript of discussion; correspondence], (1 folder) 1944-1945

    33. Scott, M., "Surgical Treatment of Spontaneous Nontraumatic Hematomas": discussion [before the Philadelphia Neurological Society, Philadelphia, Pa.?, 1945 Jan. 26; Journal ofU the American Medical Association 130 (Mar. 30, 1946): 845-850; incl. typescript; correspondence], (1 folder) 1945

    34. Goland, P. P.; Sloviter, H. A., and F. C. Grant, "Vital Staining of Experimental Brain Abscesses": discussion before the Phila delphia Neurological Society, [Philadelphia, Pa.?], 1946 Feb. 23; [Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry 56 (1946): 596-597; incl. typed transcript with corrections; revised typescript; correspondence], (1 folder) 1946

    35. Shenkin, H. A., and C. R. Perryman, "Reversibility of Cerebral Ventricular Dilatation": discussion before the Philadelphia Neurological Society, [Philadelphia, Pa.?], 1946 Feb. 23;U [Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry 56 (1946): 597-598; typed transcript], (1 folder) 1946

    36. Spiegel, E. A., and H. T. Wycis, "Treatment of Unbearable Pain by Mesencephalothalamo tomy", and Soloff, L., and E. A. Spiegel, "Demonstration of a Case of Facial Pain Relieved by Mesencephalothalamotomy": discussion before the Philadelphia Neuro logical Society, [Philadelphia, Pa.?] 1948 Feb. 27; [Archives of Neurology and Psych iatry 63 (1950): 1003-1009; typescript], (1 folder) 1948 Box Ser. 5 5. 1. 37. Scheurman; Grant, F. C.; Shenkin, H., and R. A. Groff, "Clinical Pathological Study of Intracranial Ependymomas": discussion before the Philadelphia Neurological Society, [Philadelphia, Pa.?], 1948 Mar. 19; U [typescript], (1 folder) 1948

    38. Leopold; Raiford, and Liu, "Neurosurgical Procedures for Visual Preservation in an Adult with Oxycephaly": discussion before the Philadelphia Neurological Society, [Philadelphia, Pa.?], 1948 Mar. 19; U [typescript], (1 folder) 1948

    39. Grant, F. C., "Surgical Results with Cere bellar Astrocytomas": discussion before the Philadelphia Neurological Society, [Phila delphia, Pa.?], 1948 Apr. 23; [Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry 64 (1950): 589-595; incl. typed transcript; revised typescript; correspondence], (1 folder) 1948 40. Livingston, K. E.; Horrax, G., and E. Sachs, Jr., "Criteria of Survival in Metastatic Brain Tumors": discussion before the 73rd annual meeting, American Neurological Association, Atlantic City, N.J., 1948 June; [Transactions of the American Neurological Association 73 (1948): 108-111; incl. typed abstract of paper; typescript of discussion; (5) survival data charts; correspondence], (1 folder) 1948

    5. 2. REVIEWS, 1936-1948:

    1. Stubbe Teglbjaerg, H. P., Investigations on Epilepsy and Water Metabolism (Copenhagen: Levin and Munksgaard, 1936) [incl. holograph draft; typescript], (1 folder) 1936

    2. Alajouanine, Th., and R. Thurel, Facial Spasm and Its Treatment (Paris: Masson, 1936) [Journal of the American Medical Association 109 (Sept. 4, 1937): 818; incl. typescript; correspondence], (1 folder) 1936

    3. Davidoff, L. M., and C. G. Dyke, Normal Encephalogram (Philadelphia: Lea and Febiger, 1937) [American Journal of Medical Sciences 194 (1937): 714-715; typescript], (1 folder) 1937jBox Ser.

    5 5. 2. 4. Articles [of neurosurgical interest] from Archives of Surgery 38-42 (1939-1941) [typescripts (21 reviews)], (1 folder) 1939-1941

    5. Gross, S. W., and W. Ehrlich, Diagnosis and Treatment of Head Injuries (New York: Paul B. Hoeber, [1940]) [typescript], (1 folder) 1940?

    6. Jokl, E., Medical Aspect of Boxing (Pretoria, [South Africa]: J. L. Van Schaik, 1941) [American Journal of Medical Sciences 202 (1941): 441-442; typescript], (1 folder) 1941

    7. Rowbotham, G. F., Acute Injuries of the Head (Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins, 1942) [incl. typescript; correspondence (W. A. Doebele) re: epileptic patient with head injury], (1 folder) 1942

    8. Davis, L., Principles of Neurological Surgery, 2nd edition (Philadelphia: Lea and Febiger, 1942) [typescript], (1 folder) 1942

    9. Freeman, W., and J. W. Watts, Psychosurgery (Springfield, Ill.: Charles C. Thomas, 1942) [typescript], (1 folder) 1942

    10. Bancroft, F. W., and C. Pilcher, Surgical Treatment of the Nervous System (Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1946) [Annals of Surgery 124 (Nov. 1946): 933; incl. holograph draft; typescript; correspondence], (1 folder) 1946

    11. Walker, A. E., and H. C. Johnson, Penicillin in Neurology (Springfield, Ill.: Charles C. Thomas, 1946) [American Journal of Medical Sciences 214 (1947): 582-583; incl. typed draft with corrections; typescript; corre spondence], (1 folder) 1947

    12. Hamby, W. B., Hospital Care of Neurosurgical Patients, 2nd edition (Springfield, Ill.: Charles C. Thomas, 1948) [Annals of Surgery 129 (Mar. 1949): 415-416; incl. typescript; correspondence], (1 folder) 1948

    Box Ser.

    5 5. 2. 13. Hamby, W. B., Hospital Care of Neurosurgical Patients, 2nd edition (Springfield, Ill.: Charles C. Thomas, 1948) [American Journal of Medical Sciences 216 (1948): 725; incl. typescript; correspondence], (1 folder) 1948

    14. Bailey, P., Intracranial Tumors, 2nd edition (Springfield, Ill.: Charles C. Thomas, 1948) [incl. holograph draft; typescript; correspondence], (1 folder) 1948

    5. 3. MISCELLANEOUS WRITINGS AND DATA, 1932-1949:

    1. Frazier, C. H., and F. C. Grant, "Management of Injuries to the Head and Spine: a Resume", prepared for the Lawrenceville School Athletic Association, Apr. 25, 1932; copy to James Driver, Beaver Dam, Va., Jan. 26, 1938 [typescript], (1 folder) 1932 (1938)

    2. [Grant, F. C.?], "End Results in Astrocytomas": presentation before Neurosurgical Meeting, New York: 1936 [(7) typed statistical charts], (1 folder) 1936

    3. Grant, F. C., and L. M. Weingerger, "Intra medullary Trigeminal Tractotomy: Abstract" [Digest of work, 1941?; Year Book of Neurol ogy, Psychiatry, and Endocrinology (1941): 84-89; incl. typescript; correspondence], (1 folder) 1941

    4. Shenkin, H., and F. H. Lewy, "Taste Aura Preceding Convulsions in a Lesion of the Parietal Operculum: Case Report": address before the Philadelphia Neurological Society, [Philadelphia, Pa.?]: 1943 Feb. 26; [Journal of Nervous and Mental Diseases 100 (Oct. 1944): 352-354; incl. typed draft; corrected typescript; correspondence (FCG) re: publi cation], (1 folder) 1943-1944

    5. [Grant, F. C.?], "16 Cases Abscess Treated [with] Penicillin and Diazine" [incl. correspondence only (1946)], (1 folder) 1946b 6. [Grant, F. C.?], "Statistics on Alcohol Injections, 1947-1948" [incl. (3) holograph sheets of raw data; holograph draft of chart; typed chart], (1 folder) 1947-1948

    7. [Grant, F. C.?], "Angle Tumor": presentation before the New York Neurosurgical [Society?]: 1949 May 17; [incl. holograph draft of (4) charts; (4) typed charts; holograph drafts of (6) charts on acoustic neuromas], (1 folder) 1949

    8. [Grant, F. C.?], "Comments on Keratitis Following Fifth Nerve Section" [n.d.; review and proposal for experiments with Department of Ophthalmology; typescript], (1 folder) [n.d.]

  • Part 2 - Series 6

    6 6. CASE RECORDS WITH CARD INDEX FILES, 1921-1957

    Box Ser. 6 6. 1. 1923: 13. H 2, H 5, H 6, H 10, (1 folder) 14. J 1; K 1; X, (1 folder) 1924: 1. A 1, (1 folder) 2. A 2, (1 folder) 3. A 3, A 4, (1 folder) 4. A 6, (1 folder) 5. A 7, A 8, (1 folder) 6. A 9, (1 folder) 7. A 10, (1 folder) 8. A 12, A 13, (1 folder) 9. B 1, (1 folder) 10. B 2, B 5, (1 folder) 11. D 1, (1 folder) 12. D 2, (1 folder) 13. D 3, (1 folder) 14. D 4, (1 folder) 15. D 5, (1 folder) 16. D 7, D 11, D 15, (1 folder) 17. E 1, (1 folder) 18. E 2 to E 11, (1 folder) 19. F 2, F 4, F 6, F 7, (1 folder) 20. H 1, (1 folder) 21. H 2 to H 10, (1 folder) 22. I 1, (1 folder) 23. K 2, (1 folder) 24. L 6; M 1, M 6; X, (1 folder)

    1925: 1. A 1, (1 folder) 2. A 2, (1 folder) 3. A 3, (1 folder) 4. A 4, (1 folder) 5. A 6, (1 folder) 6. A 7, A 8, A 9, (1 folder) 7. A 10, (1 folder) 8. A 11, (1 folder) 9. A 12, (1 folder) 10. A 13, (1 folder) 11. B 1, (1 folder) 12. B 4, (1 folder) 13. D 1, (1 folder) 14. D 2, (1 folder) 15. D 3 to D 15, (1 folder) 16. E 1, (1 folder) 17. E 3 to E 13, (1 folder) 18. F 1 to F 6, (1 folder) 19. H 5 to H 10, (1 folder) 20. X (1 folder)

    Box Ser.

    7 6. 1. 1926: 1. A 1, (2 folders) 2. A 2, (1 folder) 3. A 3 (1 folder) 4. A 4, (1 folder) 5. A 6, (2 folders) 6. A 7, (1 folder) 7. A 8, (1 folder) 8. A 9, (1 folder) 9. A 10, (1 folder) 10. A 11, (1 folder) 11. A 12, (1 folder) 12. B 1, (1 folder) 13. B 2, (1 folder) 14. B 6, (1 folder) 15. C 5, (1 folder) 16. C 6, (1 folder) 17. C 7, (1 folder) 18. C 8, (1 folder) 19. D 1, (1 folder) 20. D 2, (1 folder) 21. D 3, (1 folder) 22. D 5, D 6, D 7, (1 folder) 23. D 15, (1 folder) 24. E 7, E 10, (1 folder) 25. F 3, F 4, F 6, (1 folder) 26. H 1, (1 folder) 27. H 2, (1 folder) 28. H 3 to H 10, (1 folder) 29. I 1, I 6, (1 folder) 30. M 1 (1 folder) 31. X (1 folder)

    1927: 1. A 1, (3 folders) 2. A 2, (2 folders) 3. A 3, (1 folder) 8 4. A 4, (1 folder) 5. A 5, (1 folder) 6. A 6, (2 folders) 7. A 7, (1 folder) 8. A 8, (1 folder) 9. A 9, (1 folder) 10. A 10, (1 folder) 11. A 12, (1 folder) 12. A 13, (1 folder) 13. A 14, (1 folder) 14. A 15, (1 folder) 15. B 1, (1 folder) 16. B 4, (1 folder) 17. C 2, (1 folder) 18. C 5, (1 folder)

    Box Ser.

    8 6. 1. 1927: 19. C 6, (1 folder) 20. C 8, (1 folder) 21. D 1, (1 folder) 22. D 2, (1 folder) 23. D 3, (1 folder) 24. D 4, (1 folder) 25. D 5, (1 folder) 26. D 6, (1 folder) 27. D 7, (1 folder) 28. D 15, (1 folder)

    29. E 10, (1 folder) 30. F 1, (1 folder) 31. F 2, (1 folder) 32. F 4, (1 folder) 33. F 5, (1 folder) 34. H 1, (1 folder) 35. H 2, (1 folder) 36. H 3, (1 folder) 37. H 4, (1 folder) 38. H 5, (1 folder) 39. H 6, (1 folder) 40. H 9, (1 folder) 41. H 10, (1 folder) 42. I 1, I 6, I 7, (1 folder) 43. X (1 folder)

    1928: 1. A 1, (3 folders) 2. A 2, (1 folder) 3. A 3, (1 folder) 4. A 4, (1 folder) 5. A 5, (1 folder) 9 6. A 6, (1 folder) 7. A 7, (1 folder) 8. A 8, (1 folder) 9. A 9, (1 folder) 10. A 10, (1 folder) 11. A 11, (1 folder) 12. A 12, (1 folder) 13. A 13, (1 folder) 14. A 14, (1 folder) 15. A 15, (1 folder) 16. B 1, (1 folder) 17. B 2, (1 folder) 18. B 3, (1 folder) 19. B 4, (1 folder) 20. B 5, (1 folder) 21. C 2, (1 folder) 22. C 4, (1 folder) 23. C 6, (1 folder)

    Box Ser. 9 6. 1. 1928: 24. C 7, (1 folder) 25. C 8, (1 folder) 26. C 9, (1 folder) 27. D 1, (1 folder) 28. D 2, (1 folder) 29. D 3, (1 folder) 30. D 5, (1 folder) 31. D 6, (1 folder) 32. D 7, (1 folder) 33. D 12, (1 folder) 34. D 13, (1 folder) 35. D 15, (1 folder) 36. E 1, (1 folder) 37. E 4, (1 folder) 38. E 6, (1 folder) 39. E 7, (1 folder) 40. E 9, (1 folder) 41. E 10, (1 folder) 42. F 1, (1 folder) 43. F 6, (1 folder) 44. F 7, (1 folder) 45. F 8, (1 folder) 46. H 1, (1 folder) 47. H 2, (1 folder) 48. H 3, (1 folder) 49. H 5, (1 folder) 50. H 6, (1 folder) 51. H 10, (1 folder) 52. I 1, (1 folder) 53. I 6, (1 folder) 54. X, (1 folder)

    1929: 1. A 1, (3 folders) 2. A 2, (1 folder) 3. A 3 [incl. Howard Hospital File 22508, 1929 (Grant consulted)], (1 folder) 10 4. A 4, (1 folder) 5. A 6, (1 folder) 6. A 7, (1 folder) 7. A 8, (1 folder) 8. A 9, (1 folder) 9. A 10, (1 folder) 10. A 11, (1 folder) 11. A 12, (1 folder) 12. A 13, (1 folder) 13. A 14, (1 folder) 14. A 15, (1 folder) 15. B 1, (1 folder)

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    10 6. 1. 1929: 16. B 2, (1 folder) 17. B 3, (1 folder) 18. B 4, (1 folder) 19. B 5, (1 folder) 20. B 6, (1 folder) 21. B 8, (1 folder) 22. C 1, (1 folder) 23. C 2, (1 folder) 24. C 4, (1 folder) 25. C 7, (1 folder) 26. C 9, (1 folder) 27. D 1, (1 folder) 28. D 2, (1 folder) 29. D 3, (1 folder) 30. D 5, (1 folder) 31. D 6, (1 folder) 32. D 7, (1 folder) 33. D 8, (1 folder) 34. D 11, (1 folder) 35. D 13, (1 folder) 36. D 15, (1 folder) 37. E 1, (1 folder) 38. E 9, (1 folder) 39. E 10, (1 folder) 40. F 2, (1 folder) 41. F 5, (1 folder) 42. F 6, (1 folder) 43. F 8, (1 folder) 44. F 10, (1 folder) 45. H 1, (1 folder) 46. H 3, (1 folder) 47. H 4, (1 folder) 48. H 5, (1 folder) 49. H 6, (1 folder) 50. H 8, (1 folder) 51. H 9, (1 folder) 52. H 10, (1 folder) 53. M 1, (1 folder) 54. M 3, (1 folder) 55. M 6, (1 folder) 56. X, (1 folder) 1930: 1. A 1, (1 folder) 2. A 2, (1 folder)

    3. A 3, (1 folder) 4. A 4, (1 folder) 5. A 6, (1 folder) 11 6. A 7 (1 folder) 7. A 8, (1 folder) 8. A 9, (1 folder)

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    11 6. 1. 1930: 9. A 10, (1 folder) 10. A 11, (1 folder) 11. A 12, (1 folder) 12. A 13, (1 folder) 13. A 15, (1 folder) 14. B 1, (1 folder) 15. B 4, (1 folder) 16. B 6, (1 folder) 17. B 8, (1 folder) 18. C 1, (1 folder) 19. C 2, (1 folder) 20. C 5, (1 folder) 21. C 6, (1 folder) 22. C 7, (1 folder) 23. D 1, (1 folder) 24. D 2, (1 folder) 25. D 3, (1 folder) 26. D 5, (1 folder) 27. D 7, (1 folder) 28. D 12, (1 folder) 29. D 15, (1 folder) 30. E 9, (1 folder) 31. F 1, (1 folder) 32. F 2, (1 folder) 33. F 6, (1 folder) 34. F 7, (1 folder) 35. F 8, (1 folder) 36. H 1, (1 folder) 37. H 2, (1 folder) 38. H 3, (1 folder) 39. H 4, (1 folder) 40. H 5, (1 folder) 41. H 6, (1 folder) 42. H 8, (1 folder) 43. H 9, (1 folder) 44. H 10, (1 folder) 45. I 1, (1 folder) 46. M 1, (1 folder) 47. M 6, (1 folder) 48. X, (1 folder)

    1931: 1. A 1, (3 folders) 2. A 2, (1 folder) 3. A 3, (1 folder) 4. A 4, (1 folder) 5. A 5, (1 folder) 6. A 6, (1 folder) 12 7. A 8, (1 folder) 8. A 9, (1 folder) 9. A 10, (1 folder)

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    12 6. 1. 1931: 10. A 11, (1 folder) 11. A 12, (1 folder) 12. A 13, (1 folder) 13. A 16, (1 folder) 14. A 18, (1 folder) 15. A 19, (1 folder) 16. B 1, (1 folder) 17. B 6, (1 folder) 18. B 8, (1 folder) 19. C 1, (1 folder)

    20. C 2, (1 folder) 21. C 3, (1 folder) 22. C 4, (1 folder) 23. C 5, (1 folder) 24. C 7, (1 folder) 25. C 10, (1 folder) 26. D 1, (1 folder) 27. D 2, (1 folder) 28. D 3, (1 folder) 29. D 5, (1 folder) 30. D 13, (1 folder) 31. D 15, (1 folder) 32. E 6, (1 folder) 33. E 9, (1 folder) 34. E 10, (1 folder) 35. E 11, (1 folder) 36. F 1, (1 folder) 37. F 2, (1 folder) 38. F 4, (1 folder) 39. F 5, (1 folder) 40. F 6, (1 folder) 41. F 7, (1 folder) 42. F 8, (1 folder) 43. F 9, (1 folder) 44. H 1, (1 folder) 45. H 2, (1 folder) 46. H 3, (1 folder) 47. H 4, (1 folder) 48. H 6, (1 folder) 49. H 8, (1 folder) 50. H 9, (1 folder) 51. H 10, (1 folder) 52. L 6, (1 folder) 53. M 1, (1 folder) 54. M 3, (1 folder) 55. M 4, (1 folder) 56. X, (1 folder)

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    12 6. 1. 1932: 1. A 1, (3 folders) 2. A 2, (1 folder) 3. A 3, (1 folder) 4. A 5, (1 folder) 5. A 6, (2 folders) 13 6. A 7, (1 folder) 7. A 8, (2 folders) 8. A 9-a, (1 folder) 9. A 9-b, (1 folder) 10. A 9-d, (1 folder) 11. A 9-e, (1 folder) 12. A 9-g, (1 folder) 13. A 9-h, (1 folder) 14. A 9-i, (1 folder) 15. A 10, (1 folder) 16. A 11, (1 folder) 17. A 12, (1 folder) 18. A 13, (1 folder) 19. A 14, (1 folder) 20. A 16, (1 folder) 21. A 17, (1 folder) 22. A 18, (1 folder) 23. B 1, (1 folder) 24. B 2, (1 folder) 25. B 4, (1 folder) 26. B 5, (1 folder) 27. B 8, (1 folder) 28. B 10-a, (1 folder) 29. C 2, (1 folder) 30. C 4, (1 folder) 31. C 6, (1 folder) 32. C 8, (1 folder) 33. C 9, (1 folder) 34. C 10, (1 folder) 35. D 1, (1 folder) 36. D 2, (1 folder) 37. D 3, (1 folder) 38. D 5, (1 folder) 39. D 7, (1 folder) 40. D 9, (1 folder) 41. D 10, (1 folder) 42. D 15, (1 folder) 43. E 5, (1 folder) 44. E 9, (1 folder) 45. E 10, (1 folder) 46. E 11, (1 folder) 47. E 13, (1 folder)

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    13 6. 1. 1932: 48. F 1, (1 folder) 49. F 4, (1 folder) 50. F 5, (1 folder) 51. F 6, (1 folder) 52. F 8, (1 folder) 53. F 10, (1 folder) 54. H 1, (1 folder) 55. H 2, (1 folder) 56. H 3, (1 folder) 57. H 4, (1 folder) 58. H 5, (1 folder) 59. H 6, (1 folder) 60. H 8, (1 folder) 61. H 9, (1 folder) 62. H 10, (1 folder) 63. H 11, (1 folder) 64. M 1, (1 folder) 65. M 3, (1 folder) 66. M 4, (1 folder) 67. X, (1 folder)

    1933: 1. A 1, (2 folders) 2. A 2, (1 folder) 14 3. A 3, (1 folder) 4. A 4, (1 folder) 5. A 6, (1 folder) 6. A 7, (1 folder) 7. A 8, (1 folder) 8. A 9-b, (1 folder) 9. A 9-c, (1 folder) 10. A 9-d, (1 folder) 11. A 9-e, (1 folder) 12. A 9-g, (1 folder) 13. A 9-h, (1 folder) 14. A 9-i, (1 folder) 15. A 10, (1 folder) 16. A 11, (1 folder) 17. A 12, (1 folder) 18. A 13, (1 folder) 19. A 14, (1 folder) 20. A 16-a, (1 folder) 21. A 18, (1 folder) 22. A 20, (1 folder) 23. B 1, (1 folder) 24. B 2, (1 folder) 25. B 4, (1 folder)

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    14 6. 1. 1933: 26. B 6, (1 folder) 27. B 9, (1 folder) 28. B 11, (1 folder) 29. B 12, (1 folder) 30. B 13, (1 folder) 31. C 1, (1 folder) 32. C 2, (1 folder) 33. C 3, (1 folder) 34. C 6, (1 folder) 35. C 8, (1 folder) 36. C 10, (1 folder) 37. D 1, (1 folder) 38. D 2, (1 folder) 39. D 5, (1 folder) 40. D 15, (1 folder) 41. E 1, (1 folder) 42. E 9, (1 folder) 43. E 11, (1 folder) 44. F 1, (1 folder) 45. F 4, (1 folder) 46. F 6, (1 folder) 47. H 1, (1 folder) 48. H 2, (1 folder) 49. H 3, (1 folder) 50. H 4, (1 folder) 51. H 6, (1 folder) 52. H 8, (1 folder) 53. H 9, (1 folder) 54. H 10, (1 folder) 55. H 11, (1 folder) 56. M 3, (1 folder) 57. M 6, (1 folder) 58. X, (1 folder) 1934: 1. A 1, (3 folders) 15 2. A 2, (1 folder) 3. A 3, (1 folder) 4. A 4, (1 folder) 5. A 5, (1 folder) 6. A 6, (1 folder) 7. A 8, (1 folder) 8. A 9, (1 folder) 9. A 10, (2 folders) 10. A 11, (1 folder)

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    15 6. 1. 1934: 11. A 12, (1 folder) 12. A 14, (1 folder) 13. A 15, (1 folder) 14. A 18, (1 folder) 15. A 19, (1 folder) 16. A 20, (1 folder) 17. B 1, (1 folder) 18. B 2, (1 folder) 19. B 6, (1 folder) 20. C 1, (1 folder) 21. C 3, (1 folder) 22. C 6, (1 folder) 23. C 7, (1 folder) 24. C 8, (1 folder) 25. D 1, (1 folder) 26. D 2, (1 folder) 27. D 3, (1 folder) 28. D 5, (1 folder) 29. D 7, (1 folder) 30. D 9, (1 folder) 31. D 14, (1 folder) 32. D 15, (1 folder) 33. E 10, (1 folder) 34. E 11, (1 folder) 35. F 1, (1 folder) 36. F 4, (1 folder) 37. F 6, (1 folder) 38. F 11, (1 folder) 39. H 1, (1 folder) 40. H 2, (1 folder) 16 41. H 3, (1 folder) 42. H 4, (1 folder) 43. H 6, (1 folder) 44. H 8, (1 folder) 45. H 9, (1 folder) 46. H 10, (1 folder) 47. H 12, (1 folder) 48. X, (1 folder)

    1935: 1. A 1, (3 folders) 2. A 2, (2 folders) 3. A 3, (1 folder) 4. A 4, (1 folder) 5. A 6, (3 folders)

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    17 6. 1. 1935: 6. A 7, (1 folder) 7. A 8, (2 folders) 8. A 9, (1 folder) 9. A 10, (1 folder) 10. A 11, (1 folder) 11. A 12, (2 folders) 12. A 13, (1 folder) 13. A 14, (1 folder) 14. A 16, (1 folder) 15. A 17, (1 folder) 16. A 18, (1 folder) 17. A 19, (1 folder) 18. A 20, (1 folder) 19. B 1, (2 folders) 20. B 2, (1 folder) 21. B 4, (1 folder) 22. B 5, (1 folder) 23. B 6, (1 folder) 24. B 8, (1 folder) 25. B 12, (1 folder) 26. B 13, (1 folder) 27. C 1, (2 folders) 28. C 2, (1 folder) 29. C 4, (1 folder) 30. C 6, (1 folder) 31. C 8, (1 folder) 32. D 1, (1 folder) 33. D 2, (1 folder) 34. D 3, (1 folder) 35. D 5, (1 folder) 36. D 7, (1 folder) 37. D 14, (1 folder) 38. D 15, (1 folder) 39. E 9, (1 folder) 40. E 10, (1 folder) 41. E 11, (1 folder) 42. F 4, (1 folder) 43. F 6, (1 folder) 44. F 10, (1 folder) 45. G, (1 folder) 46. H 1, (1 folder) 47. H 2, (1 folder) 48. H 3, (1 folder) 49. H 4, (1 folder) 50. H 5, (1 folder) 51. H 6, (1 folder) 52. H 8, (1 folder)

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    18 6. 1. 1935: 53. H 9, (1 folder) 54. H 10, (1 folder) 55. H 11, (1 folder) 56. H 12, (1 folder) 57. X, (1 folder) 1936: 1. A 1, (4 folders) 2. A 2, (1 folder) 3. A 3, (1 folder) 4. A 4, (1 folder) 5. A 5, (1 folder) 6. A 6, (2 folders) 7. A 7, (1 folder) 8. A 8, (1 folder) 9. A 9, (2 folders) 10. A 10, (1 folder) 11. A 11, (1 folder) 12. A 12, (1 folder) 13. A 13, (1 folder) 14. A 14, (1 folder) 15. A 17, (1 folder) 16. A 18, (1 folder) 17. A 20, (1 folder) 18. B 1, (1 folder) 19. B 2, (1 folder) 20. B 4, (1 folder) 21. B 6, (1 folder) 22. B 8, (1 folder) 23. B 12, (1 folder) 24. B 13, (1 folder) 25. C 1, (2 folders) 26. C 2, (1 folder) 27. C 3, (1 folder) 28. C 4, (1 folder) 29. C 5, (1 folder) 30. C 6, (1 folder) 31. C 8, (1 folder) 32. C 10, (1 folder) 19 33. D 1, (3 folders) 34. D 2, (1 folder) 35. D 3, (1 folder) 36. D 5, (1 folder) 37. D 7, (1 folder) 38. D 9, (1 folder) 39. D 15, (1 folder)

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    19 6. 1. 1936: 40. E 9, (1 folder) 41. E 10, (1 folder) 42. E 11, (1 folder) 43. F 1, (1 folder) 44. F 4, (1 folder) 45. F 6, (1 folder) 46. F 8, (1 folder) 47. H 1, (1 folder) 48. H 2, (1 folder) 49. H 3, (1 folder) 50. H 4, (1 folder) 51. H 5, (1 folder) 52. H 6, (1 folder) 53. H 7, (1 folder) 54. H 9, (1 folder) 55. H 10, (1 folder) 56. H 11, (1 folder) 57. H 12, (1 folder) 58. M 6, (1 folder) 59. X, (1 folder)

    1937: 1. A 1, (2 folders) 2. A 2, (1 folder) 3. A 3, (1 folder) 4. A 4, (1 folder) 5. A 5, (1 folder) 6. A 6, (2 folders) 7. A 7, (1 folder) 8. A 8, (2 folders) 9. A 9, (1 folder) 10. A 10, (1 folder) 11. A 11, (1 folder) 12. A 12, (2 folders) 20 13. A 13, (1 folder) 14. A 14, (1 folder) 15. A 15, (1 folder) 16. A 17, (1 folder) 17. A 18, (1 folder) 18. A 20, (1 folder) 19. A 21, (1 folder) 20. B 1, (1 folder) 21. B 2, (1 folder) 22. B 4, (1 folder) 23. B 6, (1 folder) 24. B 8, (1 folder) 25. B 13, (1 folder)

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    20 6. 1. 1937: 26. C 2, (1 folder) 27. C 3, (1 folder) 28. C 4, (1 folder) 29. C 6, (1 folder) 30. C 7, (1 folder) 31. C 8, (1 folder) 32. C 10, (1 folder) 33. D 1, (1 folder) 34. D 2, (2 folders) 35. D 3, (1 folder) 36. D 4, (1 folder) 37. D 5, (1 folder) 38. D 7, (1 folder) 39. D 9, (1 folder) 40. D 10, (1 folder) 41. D 14, (1 folder) 42. D 15, (1 folder) 43. D 16, (1 folder) 44. E 1, (1 folder) 45. E 7, (1 folder) 46. E 9, (1 folder) 47. E 10, (1 folder) 48. E 13, (1 folder) 49. F 1, (1 folder) 50. F 6, (1 folder) 51. F 8, (1 folder) 52. H 1, (1 folder) 53. H 2, (1 folder) 54. H 3, (1 folder) 55. H 4, (1 folder) 56. H 5, (1 folder) 57. H 6, (1 folder) 58. H 7, (1 folder) 59. H 9, (1 folder) 60. H 10, (1 folder) 61. H 11, (1 folder) 62. H 12, (1 folder) 63. M 5, (1 folder) 64. M 6, (1 folder) 65. X, (1 folder)

    1938: 1. A 1, (3 folders) 2. A 2, (1 folder) 3. A 3, (1 folder) 4. A 4, (1 folder) 5. A 5, (1 folder) 6. A 6, (1 folder) 7. A 7, (1 folder)

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    21 6. 1. 1938: 8. A 8, (1 folder) 9. A 9, (1 folder) 10. A 9-c (lobotomy), (1 folder) 11. A 10, (1 folder) 12. A 11, (1 folder) 13. A 12, (3 folders) 14. A 13, (1 folder) 15. A 14, (1 folder) 16. A 17, (1 folder) 17. A 19, (1 folder) 18. A 20, (1 folder) 19. A 21, (1 folder) 20. B 1, (1 folder) 21. B 2, (1 folder) 22. B 4, (1 folder) 23. B 6, (1 folder) 24. B 8, (1 folder) 25. B 12, (1 folder) 26. B 13, (1 folder) 27. C 2, (1 folder) 28. C 4, (1 folder) 29. C 6, (1 folder) 30. C 8, (1 folder) 31. C 10, (1 folder) 32. D 1, (1 folder) 33. D 2, (2 folders) 34. D 3, (1 folder) 35. D 4, (1 folder) 36. D 5, (1 folder) 37. D 7, (1 folder) 38. D 9, (1 folder) 39. D 10, (1 folder) 40. D 15, (1 folder) 41. E 10, (1 folder) 42. E 13, (1 folder) 43. F 1, (1 folder) 44. F 4, (1 folder) 45. F 6, (1 folder) 46. H 1, (1 folder) 47. H 2, (1 folder) 48. H 3, (1 folder) 49. H 4, (1 folder) 50. H 5, (1 folder) 51. H 6, (1 folder) 52. H 9, (1 folder) 53. H 10, (1 folder) 54. H 11, (1 folder) 55. H 12, (1 folder) 56. I 1, (1 folder) 57. M 6, (1 folder) 58. X, (1 folder)

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    21 6. 1. 1939: 1. A 1, (2 folders) 2. A 2, (1 folder) 3. A 3, (1 folder) 4. A 4, (1 folder) 5. A 6, (1 folder) 6. A 7, (1 folder) 7. A 8, (1 folder) 8. A 9, (1 folder) 9. A 9-c (lobotomy), (1 folder) 10. A 10, (1 folder) 22 11. A 11, (1 folder) 12. A 12, (3 folders) 13. A 13, (1 folder) 14. A 14, (1 folder) 15. A 15, (1 folder) 16. A 17, (1 folder) 17. A 18, (1 folder) 18. A 21, (1 folder) 19. B 1, (1 folder) 20. B 2, (1 folder) 21. B 4, (1 folder) 22. B 6, (1 folder) 23. B 8, (1 folder) 24. B 12, (1 folder) 25. B 13, (1 folder) 26. C 2, (1 folder) 27. C 4, (1 folder) 28. C 6, (1 folder) 29. C 8, (1 folder) 30. C 9, (1 folder) 31. C 10, (1 folder) 32. D 1, (1 folder) 33. D 2, (1 folder) 34. D 3, (1 folder) 35. D 4, (1 folder) 36. D 5, (1 folder) 37. D 7, (1 folder) 38. D 10, (1 folder) 39. D 15, (1 folder) 40. E 9, (1 folder) 41. F 1, (1 folder) 42. F 2, (1 folder) 43. F 3, (1 folder) 44. F 5, (1 folder) 45. F 6, (1 folder)

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    22 6. 1. 1939: 46. F 10, (1 folder) 47. H 1, (1 folder) 48. H 2, (1 folder) 49. H 3, (1 folder) 50. H 4, (1 folder) 51. H 5, (1 folder) 52. H 6, (1 folder) 53. H 7, (1 folder) 54. H 9, (1 folder) 55. H 10, (1 folder) 56. H 11, (1 folder) 57. H 12, (1 folder) 58. X, (1 folder)

    1940: 1. A 1, (3 folders) 2. A 2, (1 folder) 3. A 3, (1 folder) 4. A 4, (1 folder) 5. A 6, (1 folder) 6. A 7, (1 folder) 7. A 8, (1 folder) 8. A 9, (1 folder) 9. A 9-c (lobotomy), (1 folder) 10. A 9-q (1 folder) 11. A 10, (1 folder) 12. A 11, (1 folder) 13. A 12, (2 folders) 14. A 13, (1 folder) 15. A 14, (1 folder) 16. A 15, (1 folder) 17. A 17, (1 folder) 18. A 18, (1 folder) 23 19. B 1, (1 folder) 20. B 2, (1 folder) 21. B 4, (1 folder) 22. B 6, (1 folder) 23. B 12, (1 folder) 24. C 2, (1 folder) 25. C 6, (1 folder) 26. C 7, (1 folder) 27. C 10, (1 folder) 28. D 1, (1 folder) 29. D 2, (1 folder) 30. D 3, (1 folder)

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    23 6. 1. 1940: 31. D 5, (1 folder) 32. D 7, (1 folder) 33. D 9, (1 folder) 34. D 14, (1 folder) 35. D 15, (1 folder) 36. E 10, (1 folder) 37. E 13, (1 folder) 38. F 1, (1 folder) 39. F 5, (1 folder) 40. F 6, (1 folder) 41. F 9, (1 folder) 42. F 10, (1 folder) 43. H 1, (1 folder) 44. H 2, (1 folder) 45. H 3, (1 folder) 46. H 4, (1 folder) 47. H 5, (1 folder) 48. H 7, (1 folder) 49. H 9, (1 folder) 50. H 10, (1 folder) 51. H 12, (1 folder) 52. M 3, (1 folder) 53. M 5, (1 folder) 54. M 6, (1 folder) 55. X, (1 folder)

    1941: 1. A 1, (3 folders) 2. A 2, (1 folder) 3. A 3, (1 folder) 4. A 4, (1 folder) 5. A 5, (1 folder) 6. A 6, (1 folder) 7. A 7, (1 folder) 8. A 8, (1 folder) 9. A 9, (1 folder) 10. A 9-l [lobotomy], (1 folder) 11. A 10, (1 folder) 12. A 11, (1 folder) 13. A 12, (3 folders) 14. A 13, (1 folder) 15. A 14, (1 folder) 16. A 15, (1 folder) 17. A 16, (1 folder) 18. A 17, (1 folder) 19. A 18, (1 folder) 20. B 1, (1 folder)

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    23 6. 1. 1941: 21. B 2, (1 folder) 22. B 4, (1 folder) 23. B 6, (1 folder) 24. B 8, (1 folder) 25. B 9, (1 folder) 26. B 13, (1 folder) 27. C 2, (1 folder) 28. C 4, (1 folder) 29. C 6, (1 folder) 30. C 7, (1 folder) 31. C 10, (1 folder) 24 32. D 1, (1 folder) 33. D 2, (1 folder) 34. D 3, (1 folder) 35. D 5, (1 folder) 36. D 7, (1 folder) 37. D 9, (1 folder) 38. D 10, (1 folder) 39. D 15, (1 folder) 40. E 14, (1 folder) 41. F 1, (1 folder) 42. F 2, (1 folder) 43. F 4, (1 folder) 44. F 6, (1 folder) 45. F 8, (1 folder) 46. F 10, (1 folder) 47. H 1, (1 folder) 48. H 2, (1 folder) 49. H 3, (1 folder) 50. H 4, (1 folder) 51. H 5, (1 folder) 52. H 6, (1 folder) 53. H 9, (1 folder) 54. H 10, (1 folder) 55. H 11, (1 folder) 56. H 12, (1 folder) 57. M 4, (1 folder) 58. X, (1 folder) 24 6. 1. 1942: 1. A 1, (2 folders) 2. A 2, (1 folder) 3. A 3, (1 folder) 4. A 4, (1 folder) 5. A 6, (1 folder) 6. A 7, (1 folder) 7. A 8, (1 folder) 8. A 9, (1 folder) 9. A 9-l [lobotomy], (1 folder) 10. A 10, (1 folder) 11. A 11, (1 folder) 12. A 12, (4 folders) 13. A 13, (1 folder) 14. A 14, (1 folder) 15. A 17, (1 folder) 16. A 18, (1 folder) 17. B 1, (1 folder) 18. B 2, (1 folder) 19. B 4, (1 folder) 20. B 6, (1 folder) 21. B 12, (1 folder) 22. C 2, (1 folder) 23. C 4, (1 folder) 24. C 6, (1 folder) 25. C 7, (1 folder) 26. C 10, (1 folder) 27. D 1, (1 folder) 28. D 2, (1 folder) 29. D 3, (1 folder) 30. D 4, (1 folder) 31. D 5, (1 folder) 32. D 7, (1 folder)

    33. D 9, (1 folder) 34. D 10, (1 folder) 35. D 12, (1 folder) 36. D 14, (1 folder) 37. D 15, (1 folder) 38. E 13, (1 folder) 39. E 14, (1 folder) 40. F 1, (1 folder) 41. F 6, (1 folder) 42. F 9, (1 folder) 43. F 10, (1 folder) 25 44. H 1, (3 folders) 45. H 2, (1 folder) 46. H 3, (1 folder)

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    25 6. 1. 1942: 47. H 4, (1 folder) 48. H 6, (1 folder) 49. H 7, (1 folder) 50. H 9, (1 folder) 51. H 10, (1 folder) 52. H 12, (1 folder) 53. M 5, (1 folder) 54. M 6, (1 folder) 55. X, (1 folder)

    1943: 1. A 1, (3 folders) 2. A 2, (1 folder) 3. A 3, (1 folder) 4. A 4, (1 folder) 5. A 6, (1 folder) 6. A 7, (1 folder) 7. A 8, (1 folder) 8. A 9, (1 folder) 9. A 9-l [lobotomy], (1 folder) 10. A 10, (1 folder) 11. A 11, (1 folder) 12. A 12, (4 folders) 13. A 13, (1 folder) 14. A 17, (1 folder) 15. A 18, (1 folder) 16. B 1, (1 folder) 17. B 2, (1 folder) 18. B 4, (1 folder) 19. B 6, (1 folder) 20. B 8, (1 folder) 21. B 12, (1 folder) 22. C 2, (1 folder) 23. C 4, (1 folder) 24. C 6, (1 folder) 25. C 8, (1 folder) 26. C 10, (1 folder) 26 27. D 1, (1 folder) 28. D 2, (1 folder) 29. D 3, (1 folder) 30. D 4, (1 folder) 31. D 5, (1 folder) 32. D 7, (1 folder) 33. D 9, (1 folder) 34. D 10, (1 folder) 35. D 12, (1 folder) 36. D 15, (2 folders)

    Box Ser.

    26 6. 1. 1943: 37. D 17, (1 folder) 38. E 10, (1 folder) 39. E 13, (1 folder) 40. F 1, (1 folder) 41. F 2, (1 folder) 42. F 4, (1 folder) 43. F 5, (1 folder) 44. F 6, (1 folder) 45. F 8, (1 folder) 46. H 1, (6 folders) 47. H 2, (1 folder) 48. H 3, (1 folder) 49. H 4, (1 folder) 50. H 6, (1 folder) 51. H 7, (1 folder) 52. H 9, (1 folder) 53. H 10, (4 folders) 54. H 12, (1 folder) 55. M 6, (1 folder) 56. X, (1 folder) 1944: 1. A 1, (3 folders) 2. A 2, (2 folders) 3. A 3, (1 folder) 4. A 4, (1 folder) 5. A 6, (1 folder) 6. A 7, (1 folder) 7. A 8, (1 folder) 8. A 9, (1 folder) 9. A 9-l [lobotomy], (1 folder) 10. A 10, (1 folder) 11. A 11, (1 folder) 27 12. A 12, (5 folders) 13. A 13, (1 folder) 14. A 14, (1 folder) 15. A 17, (1 folder) 16. A 18, (1 folder) 17. B 1, (1 folder) 18. B 2, (1 folder) 19. B 4, (1 folder) 20. B 5, (1 folder) 21. B 6, (1 folder) 22. B 12, (1 folder) 23. B 13, (1 folder) 24. C 2, (1 folder) 25. C 4, (1 folder)

    Box Ser.

    27 6. 1. 1944: 26. C 6, (1 folder) 27. C 10, (1 folder) 28. D 1, (1 folder) 29. D 2, (1 folder) 30. D 3, (1 folder) 31. D 5, (1 folder) 32. D 7, (1 folder) 33. D 9, (1 folder) 34. D 10, (1 folder) 35. D 12, (1 folder) 36. D 15, (1 folder) 37. E 7, (1 folder) 38. E 9, (1 folder) 39. E 10, (1 folder) 40. E 13, (1 folder) 41. E 14, (1 folder) 42. F 1, (1 folder) 43. F 2, (1 folder) 44. F 5, (1 folder) 45. F 6, (1 folder) 46. F 9, (1 folder) 47. F 10, (1 folder) 48. H 1, (2 folders) 49. H 2, (1 folder) 50. H 3, (1 folder) 51. H 4, (1 folder) 52. H 6, (1 folder) 53. H 9, (1 folder) 54. H 10, (3 folders) 55. H 12, (1 folder) 56. M 5, (1 folder) 57. M 6, (1 folder) 58. X, (1 folder)

    28 1945: 1. A 1, (3 folders) 2. A 2, (1 folder) 3. A 3, (1 folder) 4. A 4, (1 folder) 5. A 6, (1 folder) 6. A 7, (1 folder) 7. A 8, (1 folder) 8. A 9, (1 folder) 9. A 9-l [lobotomy], (1 folder) 10. A 10, (1 folder) 11. A 11, (1 folder) 12. A 12, (5 folders) 13. A 13, (1 folder)

    Box Ser.

    28 6. 1. 1945: 14. A 14, (1 folder) 15. A 18, (1 folder) 16. B 1, (1 folder) 17. B 2, (1 folder) 18. B 3, (1 folder) 19. B 4, (1 folder) 20. B 5, (1 folder) 21. B 6, (1 folder) 22. B 8, (1 folder) 23. B 13, (1 folder) 24. C 2, (1 folder) 25. C 4, (1 folder) 26. C 6, (1 folder) 27. C 8, (1 folder) 28. C 10, (1 folder) 29. D 1, (1 folder) 30. D 2, (1 folder) 31. D 3, (1 folder) 32. D 4, (1 folder) 33. D 5, (1 folder) 34. D 7, (1 folder) 35. D 9, (1 folder) 36. D 10, (1 folder) 37. D 15, (2 folders) 38. E 10, (1 folder) 39. E 11, (1 folder) 40. E 13, (1 folder) 41. E 14, (1 folder) 42. F 1, (1 folder) 43. F 3, (1 folder) 44. F 6, (1 folder) 45. F 7, (1 folder) 46. F 10, (1 folder) 47. H 1, (3 folders) 48. H 2, (1 folder) 49. H 3, (1 folder) 50. H 4, (1 folder) 51. H 6, (1 folder) 29 52. H 9, (1 folder) 53. H 10, (3 folders) 54. H 11, (1 folder) 55. H 12, (1 folder) 56. M 2, (1 folder) 57. M 3, (1 folder) 58. M 6, (1 folder) 59. X, (1 folder)

    Box Ser.

    29 6. 1. 1946: 1. A 1, (2 folders) 2. A 2, (1 folder) 3. A 3, (1 folder) 4. A 4, (1 folder) 5. A 6, (1 folder) 6. A 7, (1 folder) 7. A 8, (1 folder) 8. A 9, (1 folder) 9. A 9-l [lobotomy], (1 folder) 10. A 10, (1 folder) 11. A 11, (1 folder) 12. A 12, (4 folders) 13. A 13, (1 folder) 14. A 14, (1 folder) 15. A 18, (1 folder) 16. A 19, (1 folder) 17. B 1, (1 folder) 18. B 2, (1 folder) 19. B 4, (1 folder) 20. B 6, (1 folder) 21. B 8, (1 folder) 22. B 12, (1 folder) 23. B 13, (1 folder) 24. C 2, (1 folder) 25. C 4, (1 folder) 26. C 6, (1 folder) 27. C 8, (1 folder) 28. C 10, (1 folder) 29. D 1, (1 folder) 30. D 2, (2 folders) 31. D 5, (1 folder) 32. D 7, (1 folder) 33. D 8, (1 folder) 34. D 9, (1 folder) 35. D 10, (1 folder) 36. D 12, (1 folder) 37. D 14, (1 folder) 38. D 15, (3 folders) 30 39. E 9, (1 folder) 40. E 10, (1 folder) 41. E 14, (1 folder) 42. F 1, (1 folder) 43. F 2, (1 folder) 44. F 4, (1 folder) 45. F 6, (1 folder) 46. F 7, (1 folder) 47. H 1, (3 folders)

    Box Ser.

    30 6. 1. 1946: 48. H 2, (1 folder) 49. H 3, (1 folder) 50. H 4, (1 folder) 51. H 6, (1 folder) 52. H 9, (1 folder) 53. H 10, (3 folders) 54. H 11, (1 folder) 55. H 12, (1 folder) 56. M 5, (1 folder) 57. M 6, (1 folder) 58. X, (1 folder)

    1947: 1. A 1, (2 folders) 2. A 2, (1 folder) 3. A 3, (1 folder) 4. A 4, (1 folder) 5. A 5, (1 folder) 6. A 6, (1 folder) 7. A 7, (1 folder) 8. A 8, (1 folder) 9. A 9, (1 folder) 10. A 9-l [lobotomy], (1 folder) 11. A 10, (1 folder) 12. A 11, (1 folder) 13. A 12, (6 folders) 14. A 13, (1 folder) 15. A 17, (1 folder) 16. A 18, (1 folder) 17. B 1, (1 folder) 18. B 2, (1 folder) 19. B 4, (1 folder) 20. B 6, (1 folder) 21. B 8, (1 folder) 22. B 12, (1 folder) 23. C 2, (1 folder) 24. C 4, (1 folder) 25. C 6, (1 folder) 26. C 8, (1 folder) 27. C 10, (1 folder) 28. D 1, (3 folders) 31 29. D 2, (2 folders) 30. D 3, (1 folder) 31. D 5, (1 folder) 32. D 7, (1 folder) 33. D 9, (1 folder) 34. D 10, (1 folder)

    Box Ser.

    31 6. 1. 1947: 35. D 12, (1 folder) 36. D 15, (2 folders) 37. E 10, (1 folder) 38. E 13, (1 folder) 39. F 1, (1 folder) 40. F 2, (1 folder) 41. F 5, (1 folder) 42. F 6, (2 folders) 43. F 7, (1 folder) 44. F 9, (1 folder) 45. F 10, (1 folder) 46. H 1, (3 folders) 47. H 2, (3 folders) 48. H 3, (1 folder) 49. H 5, (1 folder) 50. H 6, (1 folder) 51. H 9, (1 folder) 52. H 10, (4 folders) 53. H 12, (1 folder) 54. M 5, (1 folder) 55. M 6, (1 folder) 56. X, (1 folder)

    1948: 1. A 1, (5 folders) 2. A 2, (2 folders) 3. A 3, (1 folder) 4. A 4, (1 folder) 5. A 6, (2 folders) 6. A 7, (1 folder) 7. A 8, (1 folder) 8. A 9, (1 folder) 9. A 9-l [lobotomy], (1 folder) 10. A 10, (1 folder) 11. A 11, (1 folder) 32 12. A 12, (7 folders) 13. A 13, (1 folder) 14. A 14, (1 folder) 15. A 16, (1 folder) 16. A 17, (1 folder) 17. A 18, (1 folder) 18. A 19, (1 folder) 19. B 1, (1 folder) 20. B 4, (1 folder) 21. B 5, (1 folder) 22. B 6, (1 folder) 23. B 8, (1 folder)

    Box Ser.

    32 6. 1. 1948: 24. B 11, (1 folder) 25. B 12, (1 folder) 26. C 2, (1 folder) 27. C 4, (1 folder) 28. C 6, (1 folder) 29. C 8, (1 folder) 30. C 9, (1 folder) 31. C 10, (1 folder) 32. D 1, (1 folder) 33. D 2, (1 folder) 34. D 3, (1 folder) 35. D 4, (1 folder) 36. D 5, (1 folder) 37. D 7, (1 folder) 38. D 10, (1 folder) 39. D 15, (1 folder) 40. E 6, (1 folder) 41. E 7, (1 folder) 42. E 9, (1 folder) 43. E 10, (1 folder) 44. E 13, (1 folder) 45. F 1, (1 folder) 46. F 3, (1 folder) 47. F 4, (1 folder) 48. F 5, (1 folder) 49. F 6, (1 folder) 50. F 8, (1 folder) 51. F 10, (1 folder) 52. H 1, (2 folders) 53. H 2, (2 folders) 54. H 3, (1 folder) 55. H 4, (1 folder) 56. H 5, (1 folder) 57. H 6, (1 folder) 58. H 9, (2 folders) 59. H 10, (5 folders) 60. H 12, (1 folder) 61. H 13, (1 folder) 62. M 6, (1 folder) 63. X, (1 folder) 33 1949: 1. A 1, (3 folders) 2. A 2, (1 folder) 3. A 3, (1 folder) 4. A 4, (1 folder) 5. A 6, (1 folder)

    Box Ser.

    33 6. 1. 1949: 6. A 7, (1 folder) 7. A 8, (1 folder) 8. A 9, (1 folder) 9. A 9-l [lobotomy], (1 folder) 10. A 10, (1 folder) 11. A 11, (1 folder) 12. A 12, (6 folders) 13. A 14, (1 folder) 14. A 16, (1 folder) 15. A 17, (1 folder) 16. A 18, (1 folder) 17. B 1, (1 folder) 18. B 2, (1 folder) 19. B 4, (1 folder) 20. B 5, (1 folder) 21. B 6, (1 folder) 22. B 10, (1 folder) 23. B 12, (1 folder) 24. C 2, (1 folder) 25. C 4, (1 folder) 26. C 6, (1 folder) 27. C 8, (1 folder) 28. C 9, (1 folder) 29. C 10, (1 folder) 30. D 1, (2 folders) 31. D 2, (1 folder) 32. D 3, (1 folder) 33. D 5, (1 folder) 34. D 7, (1 folder) 35. D 9, (1 folder) 36. D 10, (1 folder) 37. D 15, (2 folders) 38. E 10, (1 folder) 39. F 1, (1 folder) 40. F 3, (1 folder) 41. F 5, (1 folder) 42. F 6, (1 folder) 43. F 7, (1 folder) 44. F 8, (1 folder) 45. F 9, (1 folder) 46. F 12, (1 folder) 47. H 1, (3 folders) 48. H 2, (1 folder) 49. H 2-a, (1 folder) 50. H 3, (1 folder) 51. H 4, (1 folder) 52. H 5, (1 folder)

    Box Ser.

    33 6. 1. 1949: 53. H 6, (1 folder) 54. H 9, (1 folder) 55. H 10, (4 folders) 56. H 11, (1 folder) 57. H 12, (1 folder) 58. H 13, (1 folder) 59. M 3, (1 folder) 60. M 4, (1 folder) 61. M 5, (1 folder) 62. M 6, (1 folder) 63. X, (1 folder)

    34 1950: 1. A 1, (2 folders) 2. A 2, (1 folder) 3. A 3, (1 folder) 4. A 4, (1 folder) 5. A 6, (1 folder) 6. A 7, (1 folder) 7. A 8, (1 folder) 8. A 9, (1 folder) 9. A 9-l [lobotomy], (1 folder) 10. A 10, (1 folder) 11. A 11, (1 folder) 12. A 12, (6 folders) 13. A 14, (1 folder) 14. A 16, (1 folder) 15. A 17, (1 folder) 16. A 18, (1 folder) 17. B 1, (1 folder) 18. B 2, (1 folder) 19. B 4, (1 folder) 20. B 5, (1 folder) 21. B 6, (1 folder) 22. B 9, (1 folder) 23. B 10, (1 folder) 24. B 12, (1 folder) 25. C 2, (1 folder) 26. C 8, (1 folder) 27. C 10, (1 folder) 28. D 1, (2 folders) 29. D 2, (1 folder) 30. D 3, (1 folder) 31. D 5, (1 folder) 32. D 7, (1 folder) 33. D 9, (1 folder) 34. D 10, (1 folder)

    Box Ser.

    34 6. 1. 1950: 35. D 14, (1 folder) 36. D 15, (1 folder) 37. E 9, (1 folder) 38. E 10, (1 folder) 39. E 11, (1 folder) 40. E 14, (1 folder) 41. F 1, (1 folder) 42. F 2, (1 folder) 43. F 6, (1 folder) 44. F 10, (1 folder) 45. F 12, (1 folder) 46. H 1, (3 folders) 47. H 2, (1 folder) 48. H 2-a, (1 folder) 49. H 3, (1 folder) 50. H 4, (1 folder) 51. H 6, (1 folder) 52. H 9, (1 folder) 53. H 10, (4 folders) 54. H 13, (1 folder) 55. M 4, (1 folder) 56. M 5, (1 folder) 57. M 6, (1 folder) 58. X, (1 folder)

    35 1951: 1. A 1, (3 folders) 2. A 2, (1 folder) 3. A 3, (1 folder) 4. A 4, (1 folder) 5. A 6, (1 folder) 6. A 7, (1 folder) 7. A 8, (1 folder) 8. A 9, (1 folder) 9. A 9-l [lobotomy], (1 folder) 10. A 10, (1 folder) 11. A 11, (1 folder) 12. A 12, (5 folders) 13. A 14, (1 folder) 14. A 16, (1 folder) 15. A 17, (1 folder) 16. A 18, (1 folder) 17. B 1, (1 folder) 18. B 2, (1 folder) 19. B 4, (1 folder) 20. B 5, (1 folder) 21. B 6, (1 folder)

    Box Ser.

    35 6. 1. 1951: 22. B 8, (1 folder) 23. B 10, (1 folder) 24. B 12, (1 folder) 25. B 13, (1 folder) 26. C 2, (1 folder) 27. C 6, (1 folder) 28. C 8, (1 folder) 29. C 10, (1 folder) 30. D 1, (2 folders) 31. D 2, (2 folders) 32. D 3, (1 folder) 33. D 4, (1 folder) 34. D 5, (1 folder) 35. D 7, (1 folder) 36. D 10, (1 folder) 37. D 13, (1 folder) 38. D 15, (2 folders) 39. E 10, (1 folder) 40. F 1, (1 folder) 41. F 5, (1 folder) 42. F 6, (1 folder) 43. H 1, (1 folder) 44. H 2, (1 folder) 45. H 3, (1 folder) 46. H 4, (1 folder) 47. H 5, (1 folder) 48. H 9, (1 folder) 49. H 10, (4 folders) 50. H 11, (1 folder) 51. H 13, (1 folder) 52. X, (1 folder)

    36 1952: 1. A 1, (3 folders) 2. A 2, (1 folder) 3. A 3, (1 folder) 4. A 4, (1 folder) 5. A 6, (1 folder) 6. A 7, (1 folder) 7. A 8, (1 folder) 8. A 9, (1 folder) 9. A 9-l [lobotomy and injection] (1 folder) 10. A 10, (1 folder) 11. A 11, (1 folder) 12. A 12, (4 folders) 13. A 13, (1 folder)

    Box Ser.

    36 6. 1. 1952: 14. A 14, (1 folder) 15. A 16, (1 folder) 16. A 17, (1 folder) 17. B 1, (1 folder) 18. B 2, (1 folder) 19. B 4, (1 folder) 20. B 6, (1 folder) 21. B 10, (1 folder) 22. B 12, (1 folder) 23. C 2, (1 folder) 24. C 4, (1 folder) 25. C 6, (1 folder) 26. C 8, (1 folder) 27. C 10, (1 folder) 28. D 1, (1 folder) 29. D 2, (1 folder) 30. D 3, (1 folder) 31. D 5, (1 folder) 32. D 7, (1 folder) 33. D 9, (1 folder) 34. D 10, (1 folder) 35. D 15, (1 folder) 36. E 9, (1 folder) 37. E 10, (1 folder) 38. E 14, (1 folder) 39. F 1, (1 folder) 40. F 2, (1 folder) 41. F 5, (1 folder) 42. F 6, (1 folder) 43. F 12, (1 folder) 44. H 1, (1 folder) 45. H 2, (1 folder) 46. H 3, (1 folder) 47. H 4, (1 folder) 48. H 5, (1 folder) 49. H 6, (1 folder) 50. H 9, (1 folder) 51. H 10, (2 folders) 52. H 12, (1 folder) 53. H 13, (1 folder) 54. M 5, (1 folder) 55. X, (1 folder)

    Box Ser. 36 6. 1. 1953: 1. Procedures: Patients Not Transferred to Neurosurgery, (1 folder) 2. A 1, (3 folders) 3. A 2, (1 folder) 4. A 3, (1 folder) 5. A 4, (1 folder) 6. A 6, (1 folder) 7. A 7, (1 folder) 37 8. A 8, (1 folder) 9. A 9, (1 folder) 10. A 9-l [lobotomy and frontal lobe injection], (1 folder) 11. A 9-l (Pa. Hospital), (1 folder) 12. A 10, (1 folder) 13. A 11, (1 folder) 14. A 12, (4 folders) 15. A 14, (1 folder) 16. A 17, (1 folder) 17. B 1, (1 folder) 18. B 2, (1 folder) 19. B 4, (1 folder) 20. B 5, (1 folder) 21. B 6, (1 folder) 22. B 12, (1 folder) 23. B 13, (1 folder) 24. C 2, (1 folder) 25. C 4, (1 folder) 26. C 6, (1 folder) 27. C 8, (1 folder) 28. C 10, (1 folder) 29. D 1, (1 folder) 30. D 2, (1 folder) 31. D 3, (1 folder) 32. D 5, (1 folder) 33. D 7, (1 folder) 34. D 9, (1 folder) 35. D 10, (1 folder) 36. D 12, (1 folder) 37. D 15, (1 folder) 38. E 7, (1 folder) 39. E 9, (1 folder) 40. E 10, (1 folder) 41. F 1, (1 folder) 42. F 2, (1 folder) 43. F 5, (1 folder)

    Box Ser.

    37 6. 1. 1953: 44. F 6, (1 folder) 45. F 8, (1 folder) 46. F 12, (1 folder) 47. H 1, (2 folders) 48. H 2, (1 folder) 49. H 3, (1 folder) 50. H 4, (1 folder) 51. H 5, (1 folder) 52. H 6, (1 folder) 53. H 9, (1 folder) 54. H 10, (3 folders) 55. H 13, (1 folder) 56. M 5, (1 folder) 57. M 6, (1 folder) 58. X, (1 folder) 59. Misc. Neuropathology Reports, (1 folder) 60. Case Notes to be Coded, (1 folder) 1954: 1. Procedures: Patients Not Transferred to Neurosurgery, (1 folder) 2. A 1, (3 folders) 3. A 2, (1 folder) 4. A 3, (1 folder) 5. A 4, (1 folder) 6. A 6, (2 folders) 7. A 8, (1 folder) 38 8. A 9, (1 folder) 9. A 9-l [lobotomy and frontal lobe injection], (1 folder) 10. A 9-l (Pa. Hospital), (1 folder) 11. A 10, (1 folder) 12. A 11, (1 folder) 13. A 12, (4 folders) 14. A 14, (1 folder) 15. A 17, (1 folder) 16. B 1, (1 folder) 17. B 2, (1 folder) 18. B 3, (1 folder) 19. B 4, (1 folder) 20. B 5, (1 folder) 21. B 6, (1 folder) 22. B 10, (1 folder)

    Box Ser.

    38 6. 1. 1954: 23. B 12, (1 folder) 24. C 2, (1 folder) 25. C 4, (1 folder) 26. C 6, (1 folder) 27. C 8, (1 folder) 28. C 9, (1 folder) 29. C 10, (1 folder) 30. D 1, (2 folders) 31. D 2, (1 folder) 32. D 3, (1 folder) 33. D 5, (1 folder) 34. D 7, (1 folder) 35. D 9, (1 folder) 36. D 10, (1 folder) 37. D 12, (1 folder) 38. D 15, (1 folder) 39. E 9, (1 folder) 40. E 10, (1 folder) 41. E 14, (1 folder) 42. F 1, (1 folder) 43. F 3, (1 folder) 44. F 6, (1 folder) 45. F 10, (1 folder) 46. H 1, (3 folders) 47. H 2, (1 folder) 48. H 3, (1 folder) 49. H 4, (1 folder) 50. H 5, (1 folder) 51. H 6, (1 folder) 52. H 9, (1 folder) 53. H 10, (3 folders) 54. H 13, (1 folder) 55. M 3, (1 folder) 56. M 5, (1 folder) 57. M 6, (1 folder) 58. X, (1 folder) 1955: 1. A 1, (3 folders) 39 2. A 2, (2 folders) 3. A 3, (1 folder) 4. A 4, (1 folder) 5. A 6, (2 folders) 6. A 7, (1 folder) 7. A 8, (1 folder) 8. A 9, (2 folders)

    Box Ser.

    39 6. 1. 1955: 9. A 9-l [thalamotomy and frontal lobe injection], (1 folder) 10. A 10, (1 folder) 11. A 11, (1 folder) 12. A 12, (3 folders) 13. A 14, (1 folder) 14. A 17, (1 folder) 15. A 18, (1 folder) 16. A 19, (1 folder) 17. B 1, (1 folder) 18. B 2, (1 folder) 19. B 4, (1 folder) 20. B 6, (1 folder) 21. B 8, (1 folder) 22. C 2, (1 folder) 23. C 4, (1 folder) 24. C 6, (1 folder) 25. D 1, (1 folder) 26. D 2, (1 folder) 27. D 3, (1 folder) 28. D 5, (1 folder) 29. D 7, (1 folder) 30. D 8, (1 folder) 31. D 10, (1 folder) 32. D 12, (1 folder) 33. D 14, (1 folder) 34. D 15, (1 folder) 35. E 4, (1 folder) 36. E 10, (1 folder) 37. F 1, (1 folder) 38. F 4, (1 folder) 39. F 5, (1 folder) 40. F 6, (1 folder) 41. F 10, (1 folder) 42. H 1, (3 folders) 43. H 2, (1 folder) 44. H 3, (1 folder) 45. H 4, (1 folder) 46. H 5, (1 folder) 47. H 6, (1 folder) 48. H 9, (1 folder) 49. H 10, (2 folders) 50. H 13, (1 folder) 51. M 5, (1 folder) 52. X, (1 folder)

    Box Ser.

    40 6. 1. 1956: 1. A 1, (3 folders) 2. A 2, (1 folder) 3. A 3, (1 folder) 4. A 4, (1 folder) 5. A 6, (2 folders) 6. A 8, (1 folder) 7. A 9, (3 folders) 8. A 9-l [frontal lobe injection], (1 folder) 9. A 10, (1 folder) 10. A 11, (1 folder) 11. A 12, (3 folders) 12. A 14, (1 folder) 13. A 17, (3 folders) 14. A 18, (1 folder) 15. B 1, (1 folder) 16. B 2, (1 folder) 17. B 4, (1 folder) 18. B 5, (1 folder) 19. B 6, (1 folder) 20. B 12, (1 folder) 21. C 2, (1 folder) 22. C 4, (1 folder) 23. C 6, (1 folder) 24. C 10, (1 folder) 25. D 1, (1 folder) 26. D 2, (2 folders) 27. D 3, (1 folder) 28. D 5, (1 folder) 29. D 6, (1 folder) 30. D 7, (1 folder) 31. D 10, (1 folder) 32. D 12, (1 folder) 33. D 13, (1 folder) 34. D 15, (1 folder) 35. E 9, (1 folder) 36. E 10, (1 folder) 37. E 14, (1 folder 38. F 1, (1 folder) 39. F 2, (1 folder) 40. F 3, (1 folder) 41. F 6, (1 folder) 42. F 8, (1 folder) 43. F 10, (1 folder) 41 44. H 1, (3 folders) 45. H 2, (1 folder) 46. H 3, (1 folder)

    Box Ser.

    41 6. 1. 1956: 47. H 5, (1 folder) 48. H 6, (1 folder) 49. H 9, (1 folder) 50. H 10, (1 folder) 51. H 13, (1 folder) 52. M 5, (1 folder) 53. X, (1 folder) 1957: 1. A 1, (3 folders) 2. A 2, (1 folder) 3. A 3, (1 folder) 4. A 4, (1 folder) 5. A 6, (3 folders) 6. A 7, (1 folder) 7. A 8, (1 folder) 8. A 9, (2 folders) 9. A 9-l [chemopallidectomy and frontal lobe injection], (1 folder) 10. A 11, (1 folder) 11. A 12, (3 folders) 12. A 13, (1 folder) 13. A 14, (1 folder) 14. A 15, (1 folder) 15. A 17, (1 folder) 16. B 1, (1 folder) 17. B 4, (1 folder) 18. C 2, (1 folder) 19. C 4, (1 folder) 20. C 6, (1 folder) 21. C 8, (1 folder) 22. C 9, (1 folder) 23. C 10, (1 folder) 24. D 1, (2 folders) 25. D 2, (1 folder) 26. D 3, (1 folder) 27. D 5, (1 folder) 28. D 6, (1 folder) 29. D 7, (1 folder) 30. D 10, (1 folder) 31. D 13, (1 folder) 32. D 15, (1 folder) 42 33. E 9, (1 folder) 34. F 2, (1 folder) 35. F 3, (1 folder) 36. F 4, (1 folder)

    Box Ser.

    42 6. 1. 1957: 37. F 5, (1 folder) 38. F 6, (1 folder) 39. F 12, (1 folder) 40. H 1, (1 folder) 41. H 2, (1 folder) 42. H 3, (1 folder) 43. H 4, (1 folder) 44. H 5, (1 folder) 45. H 6, (1 folder) 46. H 9, (1 folder) 47. H 10, (1 folder) 48. H 11, (1 folder) 49. H 13, (1 folder) 50. M 3, (1 folder) 51. M 5, (1 folder) 52. M 6, (1 folder) 53. X, (1 folder) Unsorted case records and photographs

    43 6. 2. CARD INDEXES TO CASE RECORDS, 1921-1957:

    1. Card Index, 1921-1955 [File of 3"x 5" cards, arranged alphabetically by patient's surname, including subject code number, address, admission/discharge dates, hospital, referring physician(s), diagnosis, procedures, and patient condition]:

    1. A B, (1 box) 44 2. C D, (1 box) 45 3. E Haq, (1 box) 46 4. Har K, (1 box) 47 5. L Moo, (1 box) 48 6. Mor Rob, (1 box) 49 7. Roc S, (1 box) 50 8. T Z, (1 box)

    51 2. Card Indexes, 1956-1957 [Annual alphabetical file for each of the two years], (1 box)

    Box Ser.

    52 6. 3. CARD INDEXES TO PHOTOGRAPHS AND LANTERN SLIDES, 1922-1955: (1 box)

    1. Card Index to Photographs ("P"), 1922-1948 (1953) [Incomplete (N to Z) card alphabet of patient names and some subjects interfiled, indicating patient, hospital, subject, photo number, type and number of prints and whether filed with the case record, and location of negatives.] 2. Card Index to Lantern Slides ("LS"), 1922-1952 (1955) [Separate alphabetical card file (A to Z) of patient names and subjects, including information similar to the Photograph Index, with numerous subject guides.]

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