This collection includes some of Dr. Acland's files, correspondence and photos, along with production notes on the Video Atlas of Human Anatomy. Two of the custom-made armatures Dr. Acland built are also in the collection.
This collection consists of a medical bag received from Brooks Denhard Surgical Instrument Company, with many original medications and instruments, several pamphlets and brochures, and a student’s History Record sheet, Louisville General Hospital, dated 1942.
These papers consist of Dr. Barnes collection of negatives, photographs, and reports of pathological specimens, malignancies, exhibits and cells. Some appear to have been used as research or teaching tools. Others appear to have been taken during autopsies in the 1940s and 50s.
Collection contains Dr. Marion Beard's papers, including correspondence, professional papers (published and unpublished), documents regarding the American Red Cross and blood banks. Also included are a casebook of Dr. William Beard and papers belonging to Dr. Samuel Beard. There are also unattributed medical instruments, including pharmaceutical scales and weights, most likely belonging to the elder Beards.
Before the Colors Fade 2007-2010 DVDs of recorded interviews with Ron Levine 2008, Hiram Polk 2007 (two copies) and Donald Kmetz 2010. Individuals were interviewed by Dean Edward Halperin.
Collection contains original and use copies of "Bell, Theodore S.-Catalog of Library for his estate."
This collection contains photocopies and/or photostats of the transcript of the court-martial of Joseph W. Benson of Louisville for fraud and negligence for supplying bad feed for military animals during the Civil War.