Subject Source: Medical Subject Headings
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: MSS 2/056
Scope and Contents Volume contains notes on lectures taken by Anna M. McAllister during third year of study at Woman’s Medical College of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Nov. 1872-Mar. 1873. Lecturers not identified but are: Rachel L. Bodley on chemistry; Emeline H. Cleveland on obstetrics and diseases of women; Isaac Comly on practice of medicine; Henry Hartshorne on diseases of children and hygiene; Charles Hermon Thomas on materia medica; and Benjamin B. Wilson on surgery. Lectures identified by subject and...
Dates: 1872 - 1873
Identifier: MSS 419
Overview Douglas P. Murphy (1893-1971) served as a surgeon in the Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) with the American Expeditionary Forces (AEF) during World War I. During his military service, Murphy worked in several medical hospitals in France from 1917 until the war’s end in 1918. Surviving the war intact, and even managing to get married during his time overseas, Murphy returned home to Philadelphia and opened his own obstetrics and gynecology (OB/GYN) practice. His clinical experience eventually...
Identifier: MSS 2/244
Scope and Contents This small collection of letters, pathological specimen registers, speeches and writings, and miscellaneous material, 1903-1963, documents the career and obstetric and gynecological practice of Edward A. Schumann. Series 1 contains three folders of letters, 1916-1958, from, primarily, obstetricians and gynecologists. The letters concern Schumann's speaking engagements; his presidency of the American Gynecological Society; his appointment as professor of gynecology at the...
Dates: 1903 - 1963
Identifier: MSS 2/088
Scope and Contents Volume of student notes taken in Latin by Jacques Lamarque on lectures of Jacques Lazerme at Montpellier, France, 1729. Contents include descriptions and treatment of internal diseases, such as mania and epilepsy, then diseases of eye, ear, nose, mouth and teeth, chest, abdomen, fevers, diseases of women, diseases of infants, and venereal diseases. Section on venereal diseases may be based on either lectures of Jean Astruc or Astruc’s teachings as related by Lazerme.Entitled...
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 2/116
Scope and Contents Notes from clinics on medical subjects given by faculty at the New York Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital, 28 Feb. 1902-19 Apr. 1902. Occasional notes from A. E. Turman’s observations of clinics at Bellevue Hospital and the New York Polyclinic Medical School and Hospital, Feb. 1902, included. Also included are recipes and notes on materia medica, 1906, and one folder of prescriptions. Topics addressed at the New York Post-Graduate Medical School include diseases of the ear, nose,...
Dates: 1902 - 1906