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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;...
Identifier: CPP 17
Overview The Publications collection ranges in date from 1910 to 2012 and consists of calendars, newsletters, and directories published by the College of Physicians, as well as several brief histories of the College written by former Fellows. Of note are short-lived staff newletters, dating from 1988 to 1995; the Fellows Forum, a monthly newletter produced for Fellows of the College from 1974-2006, and eventually replaced with monthly email updates in 2006 (printed); and Fugitive Leaves, a library...
Identifier: CPP 10/030
Overview The College of Physicians was founded in 1787 as a private medical society devoted to the advancement of medical education, research, and guidance of the medical profession itself. In order to help fulfill these goals, the College’s Fellowship have garnered impressive resources including a biomedical library in 1788, a medical museum in 1858, an institute for the history of medicine in 1976, and museum education programs in 2006. These resources are housed in a building constructed in 1909 at...
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...
Identifier: CPP 10/011-01
Scope and Contents This collection of records from the Committee on Fellowship, spanning 1964 to 1990, consists of agendas and minutes from meetings of the Committee on Fellowship; reports, lists, and correspondence documenting the procedure for electing new Fellows; unsuccessful Fellowship applications; and material on the College's Continuing Medical Education and Annual Giving programs.Series 1 and 2 contain agendas and minutes from meetings of the Committee on Fellowship. Present in Series 3 are...
Identifier: CPP 10/032
Overview The Committee on Nominations for College Elections makes recommendations for nominations of candidates for the Board of Trustees (formerly the Council) and other standing committees of the College. The Committee and its members were not listed in Transactions & Studies until 1973, but because the earliest records in this collection date to the 1930s, some earlier form of the Committee on Nominations must have existed.As of 2018, this is still an active committee.The...
Identifier: CPP 11/01
Overview The Office of Advancement of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia was formed in 2015 by the merging of two departments: the Communications Department and the Development Department, which were created in 1988 and 1987, respectively. The functions of the Office of Advancement include all aspects of fundraising; public relations for the entire College; and administration of the Fellowship and Friends of the Mütter, a membership program open to the public which supports the Mütter Museum....
- Subject: Fellows X