This artificial collection contains several biographical sketches of Gross, including R J Mullins, MD “Samuel D Gross: Pioneer Academic Trauma Surgeon; Gross' address at the unveiling of a bronze statue, 1897; photos; one letter, dated 1846; the deed to Gross' Louisville home; and an 1865 biographical sketch of Charles Wilkins Short, MD, by Gross,
This collection consists of the final drafts, galley proofs, and related correspondence related to his publication, Medical Complications of Pregnancy, 1957-1969.
Transcribed notes on therapeutics from lectures of Professor Lunsford P. Yandell Jr. during the 1874-75 session of the University Of Louisville Department Of Medicine. The notes occupy 170 pages.
This collection was compiled by Louisville's noted cardiologist Emmet F. Horine on a variety of medical topics related to memphosis or surgical anesthesia. The collection is organized alphabetically by subject and there is an index, as well as correspondence, microfilm of pamphlet file, and programs from Kentucky State Medical Association from 1935 to 1960.
Collection includes biographical information on Dr. Sydney E. Johnson and copies of his publications.
Class notes taken at McGill University Medical School, Montreal Canada, 1864-1867; and notes on the obstetrics and gynecology patients of Dr. Kelly in Louisville, Jan-Aug 1892.
This body of experimental data documents some of the research on cardiac output conducted by Moore and Kinsman. Graphs for individual patients and for animal subjects predominate, but the records also include drafts of articles on the injection method of studying circulation and a small amount of correspondence, some with co-worker Dr. William F. Hamilton.
The volume with Kirley’s notes has 181 pages, detailing Dr. John Arvid Ouchterlony’s 1874 lectures on asthma, Bright’s Disease, emphysema, gonorrheal rheumatism, heart disease, rheumatism, pneumonia and sciatica. The cases are identified by name. Dr. J.A. Ouchterlony taught at LMC in 1874, but he also held professorships at the University of Louisville Medical Department and KSM.