Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
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Scope and Contents Diplomas and certificates belonging to the following people: Patrick H. Armistad, diploma, Transylvania, 1837 Rufus R. Town, diploma, LMI, 1842, certificate, Louisville Medical Society, 1842, certificate, LMI Physiological Temperance Society, 1842 Nicholas Whitlow, diploma, U of L Medical Dept., 1847 Matthew Huber, diploma, U of L Medical Dept., 1855 J.D. Donovan, diploma, KSM, 1866 Franklin P. Boatner, photo, certificate, U of L, private instruction, 1871, certificate, Medical licensure,...
Scope and Contents The materials consist of lectures; articles; letters; reviews of his classic work, A Systematic Treatise, Historical, Etiological, and Practical, of the Principal Diseases of the Interior Valley of North America; multiple copies of a 1950 reprint of Drake’s Introductory Discourse on Medical Education delivered at the opening of the Medical College of Ohio in Cincinnati, November 11, 1820; a copy of Drake’s Discourses, a compilation of essays on Cincinnati and its medical library (1852),...
Content Description This group contains three issues of the Highland Olde Towner, a neighborhood newspaper about the Highlands neighborhood of Louisville: Volume 1 #6 (May 3, 1975); Volume 1 #7 (June 7, 1975); and Volume 2 #1 (August 1975).
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Scope and Contents Several of the Louisville medical schools, their faculty members, and local medical societies produced medical journals in the 19th and early 20th centuries. These journals were often in competition with each other or merged with each other, changing names and/or numbering sequences, making it difficult to determine the composition of a complete run of a particular journal, or whether or not the library holds a complete set of the journals. The History Collections at Kornhauser holds the...
Dates: circa 1828-1920
Scope and Contents Medical artifacts dating from early 19th century to mid to late 20th century are found in the Kornhauser History Collection and include diverse items among which are surgical and medical tools as well as other items used by medical professionals. There are three examples of instruments in use during the middle decades of the 19th century. One set of instruments was presented to John Henry Chenoweth, M.D. (Louisville Medical Institute class of 1844) by Samuel Gross, M.D., then professor of...
Dates: early 1800s - 1970s