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Found in 31 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: MSS 2/315
Scope and Contents Volume of essays delivered to unidentified medical society in Edinburgh, 1753, concerning rickets; phlebotomy as a treatment for fever; and history and practice of medicine.
Identifier: MSS 2/235
Scope and Contents Holograph essay, presented by John C. Otto to College of Physicians of Philadelphia, 29 Oct. 1833, describing cases, symptoms, and treatment of patients with allergic reactions to specific foods, generally seafood, or suffering from food poisoning.
Identifier: CPP 10/003-02
Overview The William F. Jenks Memorial Trust was established in 1885 by Helen F. Jenks to honor the memory of her husband. The trust placed $5000 under the care of three trustees who would see that the income from the trust generated a cash prize to be awarded every three years in an essay competition sponsored by the College of Physicians of Philadelphia. The essays were to concern some aspect of obstetrics, gynecology, or the diseases of children. Each prize essay was distinguished by a motto and the...
Identifier: MSS 2/175
Scope and Contents Student treatise on urine, citing classical authorities, including Galen and Hippocrates. Several spelling corrections in different hand. Treatise describes conditions of urine, particularly color and sediment, with reference to specific diseases and relationship of planets to illness and recovery. The name "Joseph Horn" and supposed date of treatise inscribed on back board of volume.
Identifier: CPP 1/011
Overview This volume dates from 1920 through 1933, and contains lists of entries for the annual Alvarenga Prize essay, as well as the winner. Each entry includes the title of the essay, its "motto," the author's name, and the status - either destroyed, returned, or "won prize."The Alvarenga Prize was established in 1887 or 1888, when Associate Fellow Da Costa Alvarenga of Lisbon, Portugal, left the College approximately $4000.00 to fund an annual prize in his name. The essay could be on...
Identifier: MSS 2/162
Scope and Contents M. Randolph Latimer defines scarlet fever [scarlatina] and describes its types, symptoms, sequelae, cause, diagnosis, prognosis, treatment, and local remedies, 1855.
Identifier: MSS 390
Overview Thomas M. Boulware was born in Hannibal, Missouri, in 1903, and graduated from Washington University Medical School in 1926. Boulware was well-known for his work with the poor and Black communities in Birmingham. He served on the maternal health committees of Jefferson County Medical Society and the Medical Association of the State of Alabama. In addition to helping establish the first maternity clinic for poor women at Hillman Hospital in 1935, Boulware ran the Maternity Clinic...
Dates: 27 April 1989
Identifier: MSS 2/213
Scope and Contents This small collection of Nathan L. Hatfield's papers, 1821-1826, documents his medical education and early career and personal interests. The collection contains notes on lectures from both the University of Pennsylvania and the first session of Jefferson Medical College. Also included are a few samples of Hatfield's writings, such as the draft of an application to the Managers of the Philadelphia Alms House for resident student status, essays, a eulogy on Samuel Williston Lebeau, and the...
Dates: 1821 - 1826
Identifier: MSS 2/169
Scope and Contents Richard Owen relates history and defends priority of his discovery of tricina spiralis in 1835. Published in Proceedings of the Zoological Society (1882), pp. 571-575.
Identifier: MSS 2/233
Scope and Contents Holograph essay, 1856 Mar. 4, describing causes, symptoms, and treatment of hepatitis, and twelve examination questions with responses, 1856 Mar. 7, by Samuel F. Coues. Forms part of Coues’ examination for advancement in the Medical Corps of the U.S. Navy. Examination questions answered at U.S. Naval Home in Philadelphia and presented to the Board of Naval Surgeons of Bureau of Medicine and Surgery.