This small body of personal papers contains a notebook of poetry he wrote as a young man, an article on the history of a local medical society, and a photo album.
Papers, flyers and handouts dating from 2006 through 2012. This collection is by no means comprehensive, but provides a good idea of the topics discussed by the group.
These materials, belonging to Dr. Ralph Morris, were identified in 1996 during the processing of the personal papers of his wife, Lois. They reflect the professional, personal and public interests of an African-American physician in Louisville, Kentucky in the years 1955-1990. Alcina Morris' (Ralph's mother) correspondence is also found along with indications that she - and perhaps even for a time her son Ralph - had lived in Trinidad. Dr. Morris died August 7, 1998 at age 76.
This collection contains the records of the Muldraugh Hill Medical Society. They include the minutes, financial statements, programs, receipts, testimonials, case reports and correspondence dating from 1914 to 1959.
This collection consists of one Shepherd & Dudley bone saw with a black handle.
This collection consists of a 21-page longhand manuscript of an 1893 lecture on copulation.
This collection consists of one case of diagnostic instruments and lamps manufactured in the 1920s by the Cameron Surgical Specialty Company of Chicago.
This small collection includes a student diary of life at UL (1853) and Jefferson College of Medicine, Philadelphia (1854). Most of the diary entries are from Philadelphia (November 1853 to March 1854) and describe lectures and cases as well as social activities and travel.The collection also includes: his parent’s birth and marriage dates, an obituary for Anna Roup Pusey, financial records,a black frock coat,diploma UofL 1853, diploma, Jefferson College of Medicine, 1854.
The collection contains plaques, awards, and other honorary items bestowed on Maurice and Jewel Rabb.
This collection contains one small notebook/scrapbook, inscribed J. M. Ray and “Manhattan Ear and Eye Hospital.”