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Identifier: MSS 2/207-01
Scope and Contents The collection contains correspondence, manuscripts and typescripts, printed material, and photographs, drawings, and slides, 1901-1983, documenting the career and research of pediatrician Charles C. Chapple. The bulk of the collection concerns Chapple's work on congenital dislocation of the hip in infants; fetal abnormalities and developmental defects; and the development of the Chapple Incubator and Isolette.Series 1 contains miscellaneous correspondence and printed...
Identifier: MSS 2/184
Scope and Contents This collection contains professional, personal, and subject correspondence; financial and property papers; course material; discussions, book and article reviews, and miscellaneous writings; and extensive case records with indexes, documenting the life, interests, and neurosurgical career of Francis Clark Grant. Although the correspondence is incomplete (primarily 1923 to 1933), the discussions and reviews extend to 1949, and the case records span Grant's entire career, 1921-1957....
Identifier: MSS 2/336
Scope and Contents The collection contains correspondencem typescripts, ephemera, photogrphs and slides, memoranda, and records of operations. It documents the career of Murtagh and many of the operations and procedures within the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (HUP), the hospital at Temple University, and the College of Physicians of Philadelphia. Mostly, the collection concerns Murtagh's work as a neurosurgeon at HUP. The history of procedures he performed is well covered as are his...
Identifier: MSS 361
Overview George Wagoner (1896-1957), was a Philadelphia-based orthopedic surgeon who spent his career studying bone pathology. He served in administrative and teaching roles in various hospitals in Philadelphia and pioneered the celloidin mount technique for microscopic examination of total specimen sections. Collection materials consist of photographs, x-rays, glass slides, academic publications, correspondence, and personal papers. This collection is divided into three series. The first series,...
Identifier: MSS 6/014-02
Overview The Children's Seashore House (CSH) was established Atlantic City, New Jersey in 1872 as a rehabilitation center for children. Founded on the belief in the restorative powers of the ocean and fresh seashore air, CSH was the first pediatric rehabilitation hospital in the nation, and the fourth oldest pediatric hospital in the United States. Today, CSH is located in Philadelphia, on the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia’s (CHOP) campus, after having been acquired by CHOP in 1998. Remarkable...
Identifier: CPP 7/005-01
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.This collection of the records of the Mütter Museum span the years 1969 to 2009, although the bulk of the material dates from 1999 through 2006. The records document the educational programs of the...
- Subject: Slides (photographic) X
- Bonnem, Shirley 1
- Castle, Franklin D. (Franklin Dick) 1
- Chapple, Charles C. 1
- Children's Hospital of Philadelphia 1
- Children's Seashore House 1
- College of Physicians of Philadelphia. Committee on the Mütter Museum 1
- Grant, Francis C. (Francis Clark) 1
- Jenks, William F. (William Furness) 1
- Murtagh, Frederick 1
- Mütter Museum 1
- United States. Army. Medical Officers 1
- University of Pennsylvania. Hospital 1
- University of Pennsylvania. Hospital. Department of Neurology 1
- University of Pennsylvania. Hospital. Neurological Center 1
- University of Pennsylvania. Hospital. Neurosurgical Intensive Care Unit 1
- Wagoner, George 1 ∧ less