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Identifier: MSS 442
Overview James Tyson was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1841. He earned his M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania in 1863, and served as acting assistant surgeon in the United States Army and resident physician at the Pennsylvania Hospital. Later he served as professor of pathology at Penn. Tyson succeeded William Pepper as chair in the practice of medicine, a position he held until 1914. He was elected a Fellow of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia in 1866, and served as its...
Dates: circa 1873-1914; undated
Identifier: MSS 2/289
Scope and Contents Volume, assembled by Joseph DeFeher, of chest radiographs with brief case histories of Massachusetts and Pennsylvania pulmonary infection patients treated with injections of "Guajakodyl", 1937-1940. Several patients treated at Rush Hospital for Consumption and Allied Diseases. Includes photostats of letters to John W. Cass concerning experiences with compound.
Dates: 1937 - 1940
Identifier: MSS 2/049
Scope and Contents Four typescript letters signed, 1911, from James Tyson and T. Mellor Tyson, concerning costs of patient care at Country Branch of Rush Hospital for Consumption and Allied Diseases, Malvern, Pa.
- Names: Rush Hospital for Consumption and Allied Diseases X