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Identifier: MSS 2/085
Scope and Contents This small collection of Daniel J. Swinney's student lecture notes and related papers, recipe book, daybook, and vaccination records, 1808-1827, documents the education and early medical career of an obscure country physician during the early 19th century.The collection is divided into two series. Series 1 concerns Swinney's medical education at the University of Pennsylvania, 1808-1809, and includes a receipt for his 1808-1809 session fee; an 1809 copy of Benjamin Rush's...
Dates: 1808 - 1827
Identifier: MSS 2/344
Overview Edward Bell Krumbhaar (1882-1966) was a distinguished pathologist and cardiac physician, as well as one of Philadelphia’s leading historians of medicine. A founder of both the Section on Medical History of the College of Physicians and the American Association of the History of Medicine (AAHM), Krumbhaar also served as president of the College and of the AAHM. The E.B. Krumbhaar papers covers Krumbhaar’s accomplishments and contributions to pathology and cardiac physiology from the early to...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1899 - 1992; 1825 - 1992
Identifier: MSS 2/048
Scope and Contents This small collection of Frank Fisher materials contains correspondence, a pathological report, two miscellaneous items, and some financial bills and receipts. Series 1 contains 20 letters received by Frank Fisher and 1 letter which he wrote, 1891-1908. Many of these items deal with ophthalmological matters or patients of Fisher. Notable items include: a letter, 1908, from Blanche Bard Dailey concerning Fisher's charges; a referral from L. Webster Fox (ca.1891?); case...
Dates: 1879 - 1908
Identifier: MSS 2/182
Scope and Contents The collection of Fred D. Weidman's papers, 1896-1933 contains student notebooks and papers; correspondence and reports concerning a 1926 survey on fungal disease; drawings and photographs; and some miscellaneous writings.The bulk of the collection is concerned with Weidman's education, both in secondary school and in the Department of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. Series 1 contains 28 volumes of student notes on many subjects. The notes from Weidman's medical...
Dates: 1896 - 1933
Scope and Contents Since photography was invented in the mid-19th century, it has been used for medical purposes. The collection contains more than 4,000 photographs and showcases a variety of patients with diseases, injuries, and malformations, such as Civil War amputations, conjoined twins, and birth defects.
Please see the inventory linked below for further details.
Please see the inventory linked below for further details.
Dates: 1865-1974, undated
Identifier: MSS 2/107
Scope and Contents J. F. Summerville’s student lecture notes from the University of Michigan, Department of Medicine and Surgery, 1879-1881. Lecturers are: G. E. Frothingham on ophthalmology (pp. 160); Donald Maclean on surgery (pp. 199 and 316-320d); Alonzo B. Palmer on pathology (pp. 217-240; 100-120; 401-484); Edward S. Dunster on obstetrics (pp. 121-180; 286-300; 321-360; 485-490); Corydon L. Ford on anatomy and physiology (pp. 181-209); William James Herdman on pathological anatomy (pp. 209-215); John W....
Dates: 1879 - 1881
Identifier: MSS 2/133
Scope and Contents Student notes taken by John H. Fager on lectures of Nathaniel Chapman on practice of physic and pathology, poisons, and epidemics, at University of Pennsylvania, 1827. Includes notes on several authors concerning practice of medicine and descriptions and specifics for common diseases.
Dates: circa 1827
Identifier: MSS 2/346
Overview The Joseph McFarland papers consist of two collections and documents Dr. McFarland’s medical career, particularly his involvement in parotid tumor and tetanus vaccination research from 1900 to 1943. Dr. McFarland was born in Philadelphia on February 9th, 1868, and received his M.D. degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1889. He continued to study and teach on pathology at various institutions in Philadelphia throughout his career. The collection contains two series, “Correspondence” and...
Dates: 1895-1943, undated
Identifier: MSS 6/005-07
Overview Until its closing, Philadelphia General Hospital (PGH) was the oldest institution in the United States in continuous service providing hospitalized care. Established in 1729, the Hospital had a long history dedicated to the care of the medically indigent of the city. In 1834, the institution moved from Center City to Blockley Township in West Philadelphia to the area that is now between 34th Street and University Avenue. At that time, it was renamed the Philadelphia Almshouse and Hospital and...
Dates: 1884 - 1941
Overview Medical illustrations, portraits, and other original artwork by Hermann Faber, and his two sons, Ludwig E. and Erwin F., of Philadelphia, for George A. Piersol's 1907 edition of Human Anatomy and other publications. Approximately 300 items in 6 boxes. A full inventory of the items is available in the Library's card catalog.
Dates: circa 1907
- Subject: Pathology X
- University of Pennsylvania. School of Medicine 4
- Philadelphia General Hospital 2
- American Association for the History of Medicine 1
- Chapman, Nathaniel 1
- College of Physicians of Philadelphia 1
- Faber, Erwin F. 1
- Faber, Hermann 1
- Faber, Ludwig E. 1
- Fager, John H. (John Henry) 1
- Fisher, Frank 1
- Krumbhaar, E. B. (Edward Bell) 1
- Macleod, George H. B. (George Husband Baird) 1
- McFarland, Joseph 1
- Pennsylvania Hospital (Philadelphia, Pa) 1
- Rodman, William L. (William Louis) 1
- Rush, Benjamin 1
- Shaw, William John 1
- Sturgis, Katharine R. (Katharine Rosenbaum) 1
- Sturgis, Samuel Booth 1
- Summerville, John Freeman 1
- Swinney, Daniel J. 1
- University of Glasgow. School of Medicine 1
- University of Pennsylvania 1
- Weidman, Fred D. 1 ∧ less