This collection consists of saddlebags which belonged to Dr. William N. Warford and/or Dr. John D. Warford.
This collection contains miscellaneous books, the high school and medical school diplomas, a human skull, and cupping cups from the collection of George H. White, MD.
This material consists of typewritten notes on or for his lectures on electrocardiography at the University of Michigan around 1947. There are more than 250 pages of typed notes and perhaps 1,000 illustrations on a separate reel.
Donated in 1992 by the Dr. Neal McKee Woods’ grandson, Frank M. McClain, this collection consists of fourteen cartes de visite of young men who attended medical school in Louisville, Kentucky around 1876. The photographs, produced by three different identified Louisville studios (two photographs have no studio name). The collection does not include a photo of Neal McKee Woods.
The papers were assembled from scattered locations among the holdings of Kornhauser Health Sciences Library in 1983, in an effort to make them more accessible for research. The collection includes original manuscripts by the Yandells, and a number of printed pamphlets and journal extracts, as well as photocopies of article by and about the physicians.