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Identifier: MSS 2/005
Scope and Contents The Eaton Papers consist of correspondence, handwritten notes, reports, and newspaper and periodical articles concerning Eaton's life, career, and professional concerns. The bulk of the collection is comprised of records from Eaton's tenure as Chairman of the Philadelphia County Medical Society(PCMS) Committee on Archives. These records include reports of the committee; correspondence files with physicians and their descendants concerning biographical information; Eaton's biographical...
Identifier: MSS 2/265
Scope and Contents Certificate, 1815 Feb. 25, admitting Joseph Coates as honorary member of Philadelphia Medical Society; signed by Benjamin Smith Barton and Mordecai Morgan.
Identifier: MSS 3/002-01
Scope and Contents Counterpart of agreement between Philadelphia Medical Society and Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania for ten years’ rent of two rooms in Masonic Hall on Chestnut Street, between 7th and 8th Streets, Philadelphia, Pa. Term of lease begins 4 Dec. 1819. Signed by William P. Dewees, president of Philadelphia Medical Society. Bears seal of society.
Identifier: MSS 3/002-02
Scope and Contents This small collection holds meeting minutes of the Phildelphia Medical Society from December 19, 1818, to November 6, 1824. Topics discussed include committee appointments, papers read, election of chairmen, and financial matters.
Identifier: MSS 2/356
Overview Robert S. Pressman graduated from the Temple University School of Medicine in 1946 and received a Master of Medical Science degree in Internal Medicine from the University of Pennsylvania. Pressman served as an Associate Professor of Medicine at Temple University and as head of the infectious diseases section at the Albert Einstein Medical Center. He was a president of the Philadelphia County Medical Society and of the Pennsylvania Society of Internal Medicine. He also served as president of...
Identifier: MSS 2/197
Scope and Contents Certificates confirm Houston’s membership in Philadelphia Medical Society as junior fellow, 1808 Feb. 20, and honorary fellow, 1809 Feb. 20. Includes signatures of Benjamin Rush and Benjamin Smith Barton.
Identifier: MSS 394
Content Description The William T. Taylor correspondence collection contains three items, including a letter to the Medical Examiner, written in 1852 and concerning the birth of triplets; a bibliography, presumably of his published works; and a statement of defense re James J. Levick's reinstatement to the Philadelphia County Medical Society.
- Names: Philadelphia County Medical Society X