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Almon Twitchell daybooks

 Collection
Identifier: MSS 2/280
Scope and Contents Daybook documents medical practice of Almon Twitchell in Bethel, Me., and surrounding Oxford Co. area. Lists patients, charges, medicine, and account settlements, 1854 Aug. 25-1859 Dec. 29.

Benham family papers

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Identifier: MSS 2/333
Booksellers' description Account book collection, Thomas Benham, M.D., John Benham, M.D., and others. (Broome, Conesville, and Windham, NY; 1796-1863, and later) Comprises approximately twenty single thick wrappered account books (some bound with multiple gatherings) and several hundred items of miscellaneous paper ephemera, primarily 1840s-1870s, of related interest. Apparently representing three generations of doctors in one family, serving a very rural area of New York State, some 35 miles southwest of Albany.

D. Heber Plank ledger

 Collection
Identifier: MSS 2/277-02
Scope and Contents Ledger, 1865-1868, of accounts of unknown merchant in Caernarvon township, Pa., used as index and file for correspondence, 1882-1899, of physician D. Heber Plank. Correspondence file contains incoming letters and drafts of outgoing letters concerning family genealogical research; analyses of manganese ore found by Plank in Bucks County; notes on medical cases; Plank’s application as examining physician for local pension board; and personal financial and estate matters. Includes correspondence...

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....

E. Powell ledger

 Collection
Identifier: MSS 2/283
Scope and Contents Ledger documenting medical practice of Elijah Powell in Richford, N.Y., and surrounding Tioga and Cortland counties, 1839-1845; some accounts settled as late as 1858. Lists patient name, reason for visit, prescriptions, and settlement of accounts.

Ebenezer Cone daybook

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Identifier: MSS 2/220
Scope and Contents Chronological record of Ebenezer Cone’s medical practice in Saybrook and Guilford, [Conn.?], 1814 Oct. 6-1817 June 30. Daybook entries 1819 Nov. 11-1820 Jan. 31 laid in back of volume. Many accounts settled with goods or services; certain accounts are charged to Town of Saybrook. Several patients are sea captains.

Gamaliel Bradford daybook

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Identifier: MSS 2/225
Scope and Contents Chronological record of Gamaliel Bradford’s medical practice, 1819 Sept. 12-1822 Dec. 31 (gap, 1821 Mar. 11-Aug. 1) in Boston, 1819-1820, and Cambridge, Mass., 1820-1822. Entries list patient attended, reason for visit or procedure, and fee charged with notes on settlement of the account. Includes monthly summary of accounts. Includes occasional notes from Gamaliel Bradford, including one, dated July 1821, where he specifies accounts which, in the event of his death, are not to be pursued by...

George E. Stubbs financial records

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Identifier: MSS 2/312
Scope and Contents Volume documenting financial charges and income, 1863-1883, for George E. Stubbs as Army contract surgeon during Civil War and from medical practice in Cincinnati, Ohio, 1867-1869, and Philadelphia, Pa., 1869-1883.

Gustavus Darling Peck daybook

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Identifier: MSS 2/226
Scope and Contents Chronological record of G. D. Peck’s medical practice in Milford, Mass., 1832 Oct. 24-1834 Mar. 31. Entries list name of patient, reason for visit, fee charged, and ledger account number. Several patent medicines prescribed. Monthly summary accounts for 1832 and 1833 included. Also includes recipes and notes, including a reference, dated 1833 Jan. 1, to taking E. W. Carpenter as a medical student.

Henry Pleasants daybooks

 Collection
Identifier: MSS 2/270
Scope and Contents Ledgers of accounts from medical practice of Henry Pleasants in Hamiltonville [West Philadelphia], Pa., 1835-1858. Lists reason for visit and fee charged.