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Identifier: MSS 2/196
Scope and Contents Alexander Jackson’s notes, 26 Jan. through 27 Feb. 1824, from lectures in Medical Dept. of the University of Pennsylvania. Includes occasional diagrams and subject index. Lecturers include: Nathaniel Chapman on the practice of medicine, John Redman Coxe on materia medica, William Gibson on surgery, and William P. Dewees and Thomas C. James on midwifery. Includes occasional notes on Robert Hare on chemistry and Philip Syng Physick on anatomy.
Identifier: MSS 2/027
Scope and Contents The three volumes of Charles G. Fowler's collection of lecture notes documents the study of medicine at the University of Pennsylvania circa 1826. Volumes 1 and 2 consist of detailed notes from Nathaniel Chapman's course on Practice, Institutes, and Clinical Medicine. The notes describe the causes, symptoms, and treatment of fevers, blood diseases, consumption, asthma, and stomach disorders. There is a brief contemporary table of contents to Volume 1; a complete listing of contents for...
Identifier: MSS 2/065
Scope and Contents Two volumes of John L. Atlee’s notes on lectures from the University of Pennsylvania, 18181820, documenting his medical educatione. Vol. 1 contains Atlee’s notes, 18 Feb. 181826 Feb. 1818, on lectures of Nathaniel Chapman on Practice, Institutes, and Clinical Medicine, nos. 79 [continued] through 85. Vol. 2 contains Atlee’s notes, 15 Nov. 181918 Jan. 1820, on lectures of John Redman Coxe on materia medica; William Gibson on surgery; Robert Hare on chemistry; Thomas C. James on midwifery; and...
Identifier: MSS 2/131
Scope and Contents Student notes taken in three different hands on lectures in University of Pennsylvania’s Department of Medicine, 1850-1862. Bulk of volume contains notes on lectures of George Bacon Wood on theory and practice of medicine, 1857, and William Pepper on theory and practice of medicine, 1861-1862. Other lecturers are: Joseph Carson on materia medica, 1851; J. F. Frazer on the steam-engine, 1850; William Gibson on surgery, 1851; Samuel Jackson on institutes of medicine, 1851, 1860, and 1861; and...