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E. A. Santee daybooks and ledgers

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Identifier: MSS 2/223-01
Scope and Contents The collection, 1856-1888, contains five daybooks and four ledgers, documenting the medical practice and career of E. A. Santee at Lehman, Shickshinny, Hollenback, Hobbie, and Wapwallopen, in Luzerne County, Pa. Included are some notes and recipes from Jefferson Medical College. Also included are some cash accounts and a ledger of farming accounts of John Santee.

E. A. Santee lecture notes from Jefferson Medical College

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Identifier: MSS 2/223-03
Scope and Contents Volume of student notes, 1863-1864, taken by E. A. Santee at Jefferson Medical College on, primarily, lectures of Samuel Henry Dickson on practice of medicine; Robley Dunglison on physiology; Samuel D. Gross on surgery and gunshot wounds; and Ellerslie Wallace on obstetrics. Includes notes on medical and surgical clinics of D. Hayes Agnew and J. L. Ludlow at Philadelphia General Hospital.

E. A. Santee ledgers

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Identifier: MSS 2/223-02
Scope and Contents The collection contains three ledgers from the medical practice of E. A. Santee in Luzerne County, Pa., at Hobbie, 1870-1877, with some account settlements to 1889, and Wapwallopen, 1886-1905, with some account settlements to 1911. The ledger entries list patient's name, date, and fee. Each volume contains an index to the ledger accounts. The two ledgers from Wapwallopen give brief summaries of the treatment or reason for visit, while the Hobbie ledger refers to accounts in E. A....

Frederick LaMotte Santee certificates and photographs

 Collection
Identifier: MSS 399
Overview Dr. Frederick LaMotte Santee was born in Wapwallopen, Pennsylvania, on 17 September 1906, to Dr. Charles LaMotte Santee and Verna (Lloyd) Santee. In 1938, he received his M.D. from Johns Hopkins University.During World War II, Santee served in the United States Navy medical corps, and then as a physician in a Baltimore, Maryland, housing development. He returned to Wapwollopen in 1954 to work in his father’s private practice, where he and his father provided inexpensive, and often...