Teaching and writing papers from the career of Dr. Bustetter.
Biography of E. C. Hume, DDS, by Earle H. Thomas, M.D., D.D.S, LL.B., correspondence,case reports, typescripts of articles,addresses and lectures, and notes.
This small collection, consists of class notes, handouts, and exams from Dr. Huntsman's time at the University of Louisville School of Dentistry in the 1940s.
This collection consists of correspondence, published papers, case reports, clinic reports, case histories of patients, his book manuscript, drafts of papers, photographs, slides and various samples of dental appliances.
Collection contains bulletins, constitution, by-laws, code of ethics, revised Kentucky statutes regarding dentistry (1952), directories and meeting programs published by the Association.
Included in the Louisville Odontological Society/The Philological Society records are minutes, membership rosters, a constitution and bylaws, financial documents, and reports on papers delivered at society meetings. The records also include a "History of the Philological Society," by Raymond E. Myers. Additional records realted to the Society are located at the Kornhauser Health Sciences Library.
The log book is a daily financial record of Miller's dental practice, indexed by patient name, which lists procedures performed, cost, and payment history. There is also an undated news clipping about a free dental clinic run by Miller.
This collection contains biographical sketches of Dr. Raymond E. Myers, his reprints, reference materials on dentistry in Britain, and a file of U.S. Patents pertaining to dental devices.
This collection consists of a wood and glass dental cabinet filled with instruments. Cabinet measures 30" x 17" x 5".
This group contains mementos of the late 19th century Louisville College of Dentistry including announcements, and programs for the History of Kentucky Dentistry, 1636-1960. . It also includes addresses on dental economics, health insurance, and minutes of the Kentucky State Dental Association from 1860 to 1861, as well as lists of Kentucky dentists and American Dental Association rhetoric on social security in the 1930s and 1940s.