This is a collection of twenty-six bound notebooks on medical topics, and one issue of “The Hoosier Reservist” dated January 1940 addressed to Captain N.C. Isler, Med-Res.
The collection consists of a photocopy of a manuscript autobiography by Edward Jarvis, written circa 1877, purchased from Harvard University; and two letters from Jarvis to Dr. Joseph D. Lomax in 1877.
This collection contains a 1906 diary and transcript, student notes and notebooks, and correspondence 1907-1939.
Nine volumes of student notes prepared by Earl C. Jensen during his years at the UofL School of Medicine. Two of the volumes are soft-backed, and the Pathology Laboratory Notebook contains original drawings and appears to be typewritten. The rest of the volumes are hard-cover, mimeographed lecture notes compiled for sale to classmates by Dr. Jensen. This was done to support this family and appears to have had the approval of faculty members.
This collection contains office ledgers, bills, advertisements, reprints, and an 1875 Medical College of Alabama diploma.
Collection contains correspondence, mainly incoming, and including letters between Dr. and Mrs. Keller 1943-1945 while he served in the Navy; drafts, notes, and published articles, speeches, etc.: office files; scrapbooks; newspaper clippings; plaques, citations, photos, etc.; information on UofL School of Medicine Class of 1931 reunion.
Small black scrapbook with pictures of faculty and students, including Simon Kracht (1822-1875), janitor and resurrectionist at the school, along with various family and friends of Dr. Kendrick.
This collection consists of small leather saddlebags carried by Dr. William J. Kerraker in his practice in Union County, Illinois.
This collection contains Dr. Langolf's siploma from the Louisville Medical College 1902, and his certificate issued by the Board of Health, 1902.
Two student notebooks from Dr. Lewis' time at the University of Louisville School of Medicine; miscellaneous business receipts are from the practice of Dr. Lewis, mainly from the 1860s and 1870s.