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Charles H. Frazier papers

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Identifier: MSS 2/033
Scope and Contents The Charles H. Frazier Papers are divided into three series: a general file, 1901-1941; medical manuscripts, papers, and reprints, 1914-1942; and a medical case file [patient records], 1900-1945. Series 1 contains biographical and bibliographical data of Charles H. Frazier; his correspondence; instructional notes and other documents related to his teaching of medicine; records of the various activities, medical as well as social, in which he was engaged; and personal and miscellaneous...

Frederick Murtagh papers

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Identifier: MSS 2/336
Scope and Contents The collection contains correspondencem typescripts, ephemera, photogrphs and slides, memoranda, and records of operations. It documents the career of Murtagh and many of the operations and procedures within the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (HUP), the hospital at Temple University, and the College of Physicians of Philadelphia. Mostly, the collection concerns Murtagh's work as a neurosurgeon at HUP. The history of procedures he performed is well covered as are his...

William D. Frazier papers

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Identifier: MSS 2/288
Scope and Contents The William D. Frazier Papers, spanning 1874 to 1984, contain professional papers relating to Frazier's career as a surgeon and specialist in occupational medicine; personal papers; papers of his father, neurosurgeon Charles H. Frazier; and numerous photographs. Included among William D. Frazier's professional papers is correspondence, reports of operative experience, and other items concerning his work at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and the Hospital of...

William Osler patient records from the Hospital of University of Pennsylvania

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Identifier: MSS 2/145-01
Scope and Contents Clinical records of patients under care of William Osler in wards MM and WM at Hospital of University of Pennsylvania, 1887-1889. In addition to Osler’s notes, patient records contain notes by James Tyson (Osler’s successor in professorship of clinical medicine at the University) and two resident physicians, Joseph Leidy and L. L. Mial. Several examples of cases of Bright’s disease, dyspepsia, tuberculosis, rheumatism, and typhoid fever.