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Anna Warren Ingersoll diary excerpt

 Item
Identifier: MSS 391
Content Description The Anna Warren Ingersoll diary excerpt is a typescript excerpt from the diary of Anna Warren Ingersoll regarding the dedication of the 22nd Street College of Physicians building, dated 10-11 November 1909.
Dates: 10-11 November 1909

Arthur Asbury Presidential Papers

 Series
Identifier: CPP 2/014-01
Overview Arthur K. Asbury, Van Meter Professor of Neurology Emeritus, is one of the country's most noted neurologists, recognized for his clinical and experimental studies of peripheral neuropathies, particularly those related to chronic kidney failure, diabetes mellitus, and Guillain-Barré Syndrome. Asbury was born in 1928 in Cincinnati, Ohio. He received his bachelor's degree in agriculture from the University of Kentucky in 1951, and went on to study at the University of Cincinnati College of...
Dates: 2000-2008, undated

Philadelphia General Hospital photograph collection

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Identifier: P-PGH
Scope and Contents The City of Philadelphia, which holds archival materials from Philadelphia General Hospital, donated this collection of nearly 1,200 photographs to the College in 1978. The collection includes photographs of the buildings, physicians, residents, and patients.

Please see the inventory linked below for further details.
Dates: 1888-1940, undated

Records of Committees of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia

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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...
Dates: 1833-1995 (gaps)

Records of the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

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Identifier: MSS 6/014-01
Overview Established in 1855, the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia was the first hospital in the United States to care exclusively for children, and was key in establishing the foundations of modern day pediatric medicine. Medical staff members at CHOP have been at the forefront of innovation for decades, and their work has had impacts which can be seen to this day, in the form of the Isolette Incubator, the Measles vaccine, and its participation in The Human Genome Project. The Children's Hospital...
Dates: 1855 - 2006

Records of The Office of Operations II

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Identifier: CPP 8/003
Overview In 2010, the Office of Operations was organized to oversee hospitality, front of house and receptionist, visitor services, hall and grounds, renovations, security, and the parking lot. Previously, at least as far back as 1991, the management of facilities and special events fell under the responsibilities of the Office of Institutional Advancement (as of 2015, merged with Office of Development and External Affairs and Office of Communications into the Office of Advancement).The...
Dates: 1971-2019

Records of the Women's Committee

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Identifier: CPP 10/025-02
Overview The Women’s Committee of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia was organized in 1971 by Mrs. Frank Elliott to promote the welfare of the College through volunteer activities, publicity, and financial support.

The Records of the Women’s Committee span the years 1971 to 2005, and document the activities and membership of the Committee.
Dates: 1971-2005; undated

Sturgis Photograph Collection

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Identifier: P-STURGIS
Overview The Sturgis Photograph Collection was donated to the College in the early 1980s by Doctors Katharine R. and Samuel B. Sturgis. It contains a large number of the College's pictures and oversize documents (diplomas, certificates, etc.). The subjects of the materials range from portraits of physicians, early hospital buildings, group photographs of medical societies, and class photographs of medical school students, to lecture matriculation cards and medical illustrations. Researchers should...
Dates: undated