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Francis R. Packard papers

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Identifier: MSS 2/034
Scope and Contents This collection of correspondence, addresses, writings, and research materials documents Francis R. Packard's work with the history of medicine and his editorship of "The annals of medical history".Series 1 contains two collections of Packard's incoming correspondence (1893-1950) with occasional copies of his outgoing letters. Series 1.1 is filed alphabetically by name of correspondent; subjects include submissions to "The annals of medical history", inquiries concerning the...

Notes on lectures from the University of Pennsylvania

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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...

Notes on lectures from the University of Pennsylvania and Philadelphia Hospital

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Identifier: MSS 2/208
Scope and Contents Volume of notes taken by an unidentified student on the lectures of Joseph Carson on materia medica, William Pepper on the theory and practice of medicine, and Henry H. Smith on surgery in the Department of Medicine of the University of Pennsylvania, 1862 Dec. 2-1863 Jan. 29, and R. A. F. Penrose on obstetrics at Philadelphia Hospital, 1862 Dec. 10-1863 Feb. 6. Three case descriptions presented by J. M. Da Costa at the hospital are also included.

William Pepper letters to Hampton L. Carson

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Identifier: MSS 2/306
Scope and Contents Two typed letters signed, 1910 Feb. 5 and circa 1910, concerning William Pepper’s efforts to obtain complete collection of oil portraits of University of Pennsylvania medical faculty.