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Committee Reports of the Office of the Secretary of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia

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Identifier: CPP 1/006-01
Scope and Contents The committee reports in this collection are part of the records of the Office of the Secretary of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia. The reports span the tenures of six secretaries of the College of Physicians: John H. Packard (1862-1877), William G, Porter (1877-1879), Richard A, Cleemann (1879-1885), Isaac Norris, Jr. (1885-1890), Charles W, Dulles (1890-1896), and Thomas R. Neilson (1896- 1914), The reports, spanning 1867 to 1911, were produced by various ad-hoc committees appointed...

Correspondence concerning Robert Abbe from the Office of the Secretary of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia

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Identifier: CPP 1/003-02
Overview The office of the Secretary of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia was created during the organization of the College in 1787. The Secretary is the appointed officer of record. His original duties were to record the minutes and transactions of the College and preserve its documents and correspondence.

This collection includes correspondence, printed material, and photographs pertaining to Associate Fellow Robert Abbe and the custodianship of the Abbe Cabinet.

Correspondence of the Office of the Secretary of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia

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Identifier: CPP 1/003-01
Overview The office of the Secretary of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia was created during the organization of the College in 1787. The Secretary is the appointed officer of record. His original duties were to record the minutes and transactions of the College and preserve its documents and correspondence.The collection contains letterbooks of outgoing correspondence and files of incoming correspondence of the Office of the Secretary of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia,...

Correspondence of the Office of the Treasurer

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Identifier: CPP 5/004-01
Scope and Contents sent from the Treasurer of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, 1877 Dec. 5-1904 Feb. 26, and folders of letters received with occasional letters sent by the Treasurer, 1877-1901. Most of the correspondence derives from the tenure of Charles Stewart Wurts, with some later material from treasurers Henry M. Fisher and Richard H. Harte.The correspondence concerns annual appropriations to College committees; payment of annual dues and initiation fees of College Fellows;...

Failed fellowship applications of the Office of the Secretary of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia

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Identifier: CPP 1/007-01
Scope and Contents This collection of failed fellowship applications, spanning 1900 to 1937, is part of the records of the office of the Secretary of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia. Each fellowship application consists of an application form containing basic information about the applicant and three or more letters of recommendation from Fellows of the College. These applications are useful in that they reveal some of the reasons why candidates were rejected from the fellowship, provide the names of...

Letters acknowledging associate fellowship from the Office of the Secretary of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia

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Identifier: CPP 1/007-02
Scope and Contents This small collection of acknowledgments of election to associate fellowship in the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, 1839-1850, contains autograph letters from distinguished American and English physicians, including Richard D. Arnold, John L. Atlee, Theodric Romeyn Beck, Benjamin W. Dudley, Samuel D. Gross, John Hubbard, James McNaughton, Peter Parker, Jonathan Pereira, John Revere, Thomas Sewall, George Cheyne Shattuck, Thomas Stewardson, Amos Twitchell, John Ware, John Collins Warren,...

Manuscript archives of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia

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Identifier: CPP 1/001-01
Overview The Office of the Secretary of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia created during organization in 1787. Secretary is the appointed officer of record whose original duties included maintenance of College minutes and transactions and preservation of its documents and correspondence.This collection holds correspondence, financial papers, reports, medical cases, and fellowship applications and resignations, 1787-1847, kept by the Secretaries of the College of Physicians of...

Papers concerning The Pharmacopoeia of the United States of America from the Office of the Secretary of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia

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Identifier: CPP 1/004
Overview The office of the Secretary of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia was created during the organization of the College in 1787. The Secretary is the appointed officer of record. His original duties were to record the minutes and transactions of the College and preserve its documents and correspondence.The collection contains letters, circulars, and reports, 1818-1821, probably assembled by Joseph Parrish, Secretary of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, documenting the...

Papers concerning the publications of the transactions of the College from the Office of the Secretary of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia

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Identifier: CPP 1/005-01
Overview The office of the Secretary of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia was created during the organization of the College in 1787. The Secretary is the appointed officer of record. His original duties were to record the minutes and transactions of the College and preserve its documents and correspondence.These reports, letters, and proposals concerning the publication of the College's transactions, spanning 1841 to 1879, are part of the records of the Office of the Secretary of...

Records of the Censors of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia

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Identifier: CPP 4/001-01
Scope and Contents The records of the censors of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, spanning 1836 to 1931, consist of a minute book, censors’ reports, correspondence between censors and secretaries, and material relating to various charges of misconduct among Fellows. One of the best documented cases in the collection, dating from the 1890s, involves Joseph Price, who was accused of verbally attacking the personal and professional reputation of Charles B. Penrose. Other physicians, such as F. H. Getchell...