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Identifier: MSS 2/319
Scope and Contents Organized into four series: I. Manuscripts, 1940 & 1955. II. Typescripts, 1921-1941. III. Galley proof[n.d.] IV. Reprints, 1920-1945.The collection contains manuscripts, 1940 & 1955, typescripts, 1921-1941, a galley proof, [n.d.], and reprints, 1920-1945, documenting Dr. Edward L. Bauer’s career with the Department of Health of the City of Philadelphia. The collection also contains a few items post-dating Dr. Bauer’s employment at the Department of Health. Series 1 consists...
Dates: 1920 - 1955
Identifier: MSS 2/300
Scope and Contents The collection contains letters sent and received, 1819-1887, by members of the Forster family of Dauphin County, Pa., particularly General John Forster (1777-1863); his second wife, Margaret S. Forster (1804-1891); Mrs. Forster's son, James H. Stuart (1828-1854); and Benjamin L. Forster, the second son of John and Margaret Forster.Although the content of the Forster family letters is personal in nature, there are many observations concerning matters of individual and public...
Dates: 1819 - 1877
Identifier: MSS 2/354
Overview Fred Baker Rogers was Professor of Preventive Medicine at the Temple University School of Medicine and an active member of the medical community in Philadelphia and throughout the East Coast. He received his M.M.S. in Internal Medicine from the University of Pennsylvania, his M.D. from Temple University, and his M.P.H. from Columbia University. Rogers was a prolific author of articles and books on medical history, from local doctors to infectious outbreaks, with a specific focus on preventive...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1948 - 1985; 1922 - 2000
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
Identifier: CPP 8/002-01
Overview In 2010, the Office of Operations was organized to oversee hospitality, front of house and receptionist, visitor services, hall and grounds, renovations, security, and the parking lot. Previously, at least as far back as 1991, the management of facilities and special events fell under the responsibilities of the Office of Institutional Advancement (as of 2015, merged with Office of Development and External Affairs and Office of Communications into the Office of Advancement). While the Office...
Dates: 1975-2019; Majority of material found in 1991-2007
Identifier: CPP 10/030
Overview The College of Physicians was founded in 1787 as a private medical society devoted to the advancement of medical education, research, and guidance of the medical profession itself. In order to help fulfill these goals, the College’s Fellowship have garnered impressive resources including a biomedical library in 1788, a medical museum in 1858, an institute for the history of medicine in 1976, and museum education programs in 2006. These resources are housed in a building constructed in 1909 at...
Dates: 1833-1995 (gaps)
Identifier: CPP 21
Overview The Records of Philly Health Info span the years 1999 to 2010, and include documentation from pre-planning phases of the project, background information, correspondence, advisory committee meeting minutes, grant funding reports, outreach and partnership files, and website design and maintenance details. The collection is divided into nine series, which resemble the original order in which the material was received. Researchers interested early 21st-century public health initiatives by...
Dates: 1999-2010; undated
Identifier: CPP 10/023-01
Scope and Contents The collection contains a letter from James Lynd of the Special Committee of the City Select Council, referring the question of salting railroad tracks to the College of Physicians of Philadelphia; R, E, Rogers' statement to Caspar Morris, attesting to the salubrious effects of salt in the atmosphere; and a printed pamphlet, compiling all documentation on the question, including the report of the College committee.
Identifier: CPP 20
Overview In 1995, the C. Everett Koop Community Health Information Center (CHIC) opened, operated by the Katherine A. Shaw Public Services Division of the Library of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia. The CHIC was a community resource that provided the public with access to the latest information about medical and health concerns. Available resources included electronic information, journals, newsletters, pamphlets, videocassettes, and a circulating collection of books. The CHIC was operated...
Dates: 1991 - 2001
Identifier: CPP 12/002-04
Overview Established in 1994, the Section on Public Health and Preventive Medicine creates a forum for deliberation of relevant issues in public health, and provides information for the development of health policy. The Section brings together public health professionals from all across the region to study public health problems and assess potential responses.The Records of the Section of Public Health and Preventive Medicine (SPHPM) document the 1994 establishment and later activities of...
- Subject: Public Health X
- College of Physicians of Philadelphia 3
- Bauer, Edward L. (Edward Louis) 1
- College of Physicians of Philadelphia. Committee on the Salting of Railroad Tracks 1
- College of Physicians of Philadelphia. Consumer Health Information Center (CHIC) 1
- College of Physicians of Philadelphia. Office of the Secretary 1
- College of Physicians of Philadelphia. Section on Public Health and Preventive Medicine 1
- Forster, Benjamin L. 1
- Forster, John, General 1
- Forster, Margaret S. 1
- Philadelphia (Pa.). Public Health Services 1
- Stuart, James H. (James Henry) 1
- University of Pennsylvania. School of Medicine 1
- Weidman, Fred D. 1 ∧ less