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Identifier: CPP 7/001-01
Scope and Contents Volume contains descriptions, donor names, and case histories of pathological and anatomical museum specimens by John Neill, Curator of the Pathological Cabinet of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, 1849-1851. The specimens are numbered 1-47; many were originally in the collection of Joseph Parrish and donated by his son, Isaac Parrish, who contributed several of the catalogue entries. Included are reports of the curator and several prints of specimens. At the end of the volume are...
Identifier: CPP 7/002-02
Scope and Contents Catalogue of museum specimens compiled by curator, Thomas G. Morton, in 1864, following the acquisition of the pathological and anatomical collections of Thomas D. Mütter by the College of Physicians of Philadelphia. The catalogue entries are numbered sequentially, 1-491, and are sorted roughly by type of specimen with brief distinguishing remarks.
Identifier: CPP 7/002-01
Scope and Contents The collection contains the three-volume original typescript catalogue of the Mutter Museum begun by Guy Hinsdale in 1884, The catalogue contains entries and emendations to 1941, when it was superceded by a revised typescript version.The catalogue entries are arranged by specimen type according to catalogue number in a numerical code system. Volume 1 contains numbers 1000-3900; volume 21 4000-7000; volume 3, 8000-18000. A summary of the code system is included in volume 1. The...
Identifier: CPP 7/002-03
Scope and Contents Typescript catalogue of anatomical and pathological specimens and historical materials in the Mütter Museum of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, compiled 1940-1941 by Ella N. Wade, with additional information to 1958. The catalogue entries are arranged according to accession number. Volume 1 contains accession numbers 1-2288; volume 2, 2289-4233; volume 3, 4234-7709. Each catalogue entry includes the specimen number, former Mütter catalogue number (where appropriate), specimen...
Identifier: CPP 7/003-01
Scope and Contents Typescript catalogue, compiled in 1940 with information to 1960, of medical museum items, such as oil portraits, photographs, statuary, medals, and badges, preserved at the College of Physicians of Philadelphia as part of its College Collections. Most entries include subject, artist, size, acquisition information, current location, and insurance appraisal value. Insurance appraisals were made by the Federal Appraisal Company, 1936. Inscriptions on medals are transcribed. Included in the...
Identifier: MSS 2/036-03
Scope and Contents Card catalogue to appendectomies performed by John B. Deaver at German Hospital of Philadelphia, 1899 Apr. 22-1903 June 22 (case numbers 305-1864), functioning as index to teaching collection deposited in Mütter Museum of College of Physicians of Philadelphia (specimens no longer extant). Includes description of specimens, probably by Aloysius O. J. Kelly, as pathologist. Specimen collection missing by 1937.
Identifier: MSS 5/004
Scope and Contents This small collection of records, 1833-1939, documents the Philadelphia pharmacy and chemical manufacturing business of George D. Feidt Company and its antecedent firms, Smith and Hodgson and Bullock Crenshaw. The collection includes a Smith and Hodgson memorandum book; a Bullock Crenshaw recipe book and commercial product catalogues; and a George D. Feidt Company stock inventory register, commercial product catalogues and price lists, order book, poison register, catalogue mailing...
Identifier: CPP 7/004-01
Overview The Mütter Museum was founded in 1856 when Dr. Thomas Dent Mütter bequeathed his personal medical museum to the College of Physicians of Philadelphia. From Thomas Mütter’s collection, the museum grew as a noted repository for unique collections of medical specimens across the world. The Mütter Museum records document the history of this noted institution from 1887 until 2006. Included in the collection are catalogs of item acquisitions, visitor records, event records, and the papers of several...
Identifier: MSS 2/037-05
Overview Samuel X Radbill (1901-1987) began his medical career as a general practitioner in 1926 and became a pediatrician in 1938, when he was certified by the American Board of Pediatrics. Radbill was perhaps better known as a medical historian, and collector of bookplates and old and rare medical texts than as a pediatrician. He believed that the study of medicine’s past was useful to its practice, and he encouraged many of his professional colleagues to examine the history of their specialties. The...
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