Notes on lectures from the University of Pennsylvania
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 Robert E. Rogers on chemistry, 1857. Includes undated and unidentified notes, possibly J. F. Frazer’s, on chemistry.
- 1850 - 1862
1 volume (237 pages)
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Volume found in Historical Collections, 1990.
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