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Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: MSS 2/022
Scope and Contents This small collection of Otto Rosenthal's papers contains professional and personal correspondence with colleagues and co workers during his years at the Harrison Department of Surgical Research and his work with alkaline phosphatase and cytochrome P 450. Many of the major correspondents, including Jonathan E. Rhoads, William S. Blakemore, Shakunthala Narasimhulu, David Y. Cooper, and Ronald W. Estabrook, were members of the Harrison Department. Although mention of Rosenthal's research...
Identifier: MSS 3/016-01
Scope and Contents These records of the Philadelphia Pediatric Society, spanning 1896 to 1956, provide a detailed account of the activities of the Society during its first sixty years. Included in the collection is the original constitution and by laws of the Society, as well as subsequent amendments; minutes from regular meetings, board meetings, and annual business meetings; numerous abstracts and essays, most unpublished, which were delivered at Society meetings; the presidential addresses of ten...
Identifier: MSS 3/004
Scope and Contents The collection was assembled by three of the Society's secretary treasurers, Abraham Noordergraaf (1965-1967), N. Ty Smith (1967-1970), and Edward W. Bixby, Jr., (1970-1976), and it presents a comprehensive view of the duties of that office as well as of the history of the Society.The existing official minutes of the annual meetings of the BRS, 1963-1976, are contained in Series 1. No minutes for meetings before 1963 have survived (with the exception of a copy of the 1958...
Identifier: MSS 3/005
Scope and Contents The records of the Sydenham Medical Coterie span the duration of its existence, from 1870 to 1980, and give a reasonably complete account of its proceedings and activities.The organizational records of the Coterie (Series 1) contain the original manuscript constitution, adopted in 1870 with emendations to 1873. Bound with the constitution is the socalled "black list" (ca.1873-1896), a record of patients who were delinquent in payment of bills. The members of the Coterie...
Identifier: MSS 3/015
Scope and Contents The collection, 1954-1988, contains the official archival records of the Teratology Society, preserved by its secretaries, along with the personal papers of the society's first president, Josef Warkany, and files of Narsingh D. Agnish, Secretary of the society's Education Committee. The papers of pediatrician and teratology researcher, Josef Warkany, in Series 1, 1954-1981, document the formation of the Teratology Society and proceedings of its early meetings, as well as the...