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Identifier: MSS 6/012
Scope and Contents The Collection contains a single volume, 1862-1919, originally used as a patient register for wounded U.S. Civil War soldiers recovering at Philadelphia (Pa.) area military and civilian hospitals. It was later used as a scrapbook for newspaper clippings. The patient register is in the handwriting of wartime nurse Hiram J. Noyes. The wounded are listed by hospital, but there are multiple lists for each hospital in no identifiable order. There is no index. Among the hospitals included are St....
Dates: 1862 - 1919
Identifier: MSS 2/122
Scope and Contents Volume of unnamed Charleston physician with alphabetical listing of ailments and prescriptions with reference to physician’s cases or published sources, 1839. Include case report of woman dead in childbirth and accounts of physician’s experiences with yellow fever cases during an outbreak in Charleston during the summer of 1839. Physician describes climatic conditions, symptoms of patients, and general observations. Includes copy of letter,  Sept. 13, summarizing events of outbreak....
Identifier: MSS 2/223-01
Scope and Contents The collection, 1856-1888, contains five daybooks and four ledgers, documenting the medical practice and career of E. A. Santee at Lehman, Shickshinny, Hollenback, Hobbie, and Wapwallopen, in Luzerne County, Pa. Included are some notes and recipes from Jefferson Medical College. Also included are some cash accounts and a ledger of farming accounts of John Santee.
Dates: 1856 - 1911
Identifier: MSS 414
Overview George Joseph Hermann was born in 1873 in Newport, Kentucky, and graduated from the Medical College of Ohio in 1894. In April 1895, he set up his own practice in Newport, Kentucky. Hermann operated as the general physician for Newport, and later served on the Board of Trustees for Speers Hospital in Dayton, Ohio, and taught anatomy at the Nurses’ Training School of Speers Hospital. He died on June 8, 1933, after a two-months long illness.This collection consists of two bound...
Identifier: MSS 2/187
Scope and Contents Saulsbury refers patient, Caleb H. Sipple, with indigestion to Wood’s care and describes case history and treatment, 11 Mar. 1851.
Identifier: MSS 2/062
Scope and Contents Volume documents Henry G. Wagoner’s medical practice in Somerville, N.J., 1862. Bulk of volume contains chronological visiting list of patients in Somerset County. Each entry, listed by name, assigned symbol; explanation of symbols on p. 4. Most of Wagoner’s practice lay in Somerville or Raritan. Daybook entries contain personal and professional accounts. Volume also contains list of Wagoner’s obstetric appointments during 1862 with names and address of parents, date of birth, sex of child, and...
Identifier: MSS 2/282
Scope and Contents The collection contains three ledgers, 1888-1902, documenting the Hanover County medical practice of Hermann B. Anderson. The ledgers list patients, reason for visit, and settlement of account. An index to account names is included in each volume. Two of the ledgers contain farm accounts for the years 1889-1890 and 1897-1901, and one contains a separate section for "Negro accounts", 1895.
Dates: 1888 - 1902
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.
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Dates: 1865-1974, undated
Identifier: MSS 2/066
Scope and Contents One volume documents medical practice, 1847-1861, of J. H. Marsden, homeopathic physician in Adams County, Pa. Lists charges and payments, made often with goods or services, for each patient and information concerning occupation of each patient; bulk spans 1847 to 1861 with occasional entries through 1870s. One folder of material laid in ledger contains bills, receipts, promissary notes, and miscellaneous financial papers, 1851-1881. Index to ledger account names included.A second...
Dates: 1847 - 1861
Identifier: MSS 2/061
Scope and Contents Volume of medical and surgical cases presented to students by faculty members at the clinic and hospital of Jefferson Medical College and staff at Pennsylvania Hospital, 30 Sept. 1848 to 14 Feb. 1849. Entries contain name and age of patient with description of the ailment and notes on treatment or prescription. There are occasional follow-up studies of certain patients. Index to subjects included. Physicians presenting cases are: Robley Dunglison, George Fox, W. W. Gerhard, Charles D. Meigs,...
Dates: 1848 - 1849
- Subject: Patients X
- Philadelphia General Hospital 4
- Wood, George B. (George Bacon) 2
- Adirondack Cottage Sanitarium (Saranac Lake, N.Y.) 1
- Anderson, Hermann B. 1856-1924 (Hermann Boerhaave) 1
- Association of Medical Officers of American Institutions for Idiotic and Feeble-Minded Persons 1
- Atlee, Washington L. (Washington Lemuel) 1
- Barker, Perley Newel 1
- Bradley, Mary Goodall 1
- Bradley, Ruth Goodall 1
- Brown, George Percy 1
- Brown, George 1
- Brown, George Artemas 1
- College of Physicians of Philadelphia 1
- Cooper, William R. (William Ridge) 1
- Dunglison, Robley 1
- Elsom, John W. 1
- Foster, Henry 1
- Fox, George 1
- Gerhard, William W. (William Wood) 1
- Hartshorne, Joseph 1
- Hermann, George J. (George Joseph) 1
- Jefferson Medical College 1
- Maine Insane Hospital 1
- Marsden, J. H. (John Hatton) 1
- Medical College of Ohio (Cincinnati, Ohio) 1
- Meigs, Charles D. (Charles Delucena) 1
- Mitchell, John K. (John Kearsley) 1
- Mütter, Thomas D. (Thomas Dent) 1
- Norris, George W. (George Washington) 1
- Noyes, Hiram J. 1
- Osler, William, Sir 1
- Pancoast, Joseph 1
- Peace, Edward 1
- Pennsylvania Hospital (Philadelphia, Pa) 1
- Perry, Sophia E. 1
- Philadelphia General Hospital. School of Nursing 1
- Philadelphia State Hospital (Pa.) 1
- Private Institution for the Education of Feeble-minded Youth (Barre, Mass.) 1
- Radbill, Samuel X. 1
- Santee, E. A. (Ephraim A.) 1
- Saulsbury, Gove 1
- Scheller, Otto 1
- Sipple, Caleb H. 1
- Taunton Lunatic Hospital (Taunton, Mass.) 1
- Trudeau, Edward Livingston 1
- Turner, Henry E. 1
- Turner, Peter 1
- Wagoner, Henry G. (Henry Gatzmer) 1
- Wilbur, H.B. (Harvey Backus) 1
- World's Columbian Exposition (1893 : Chicago, Ill.) 1 ∧ less