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.
Ten items relating to the English physician and anthropologist John Beddoe were discovered between the pages of his autobiography, Memories of Eighty Years (1910). Seven, including two manuscript letters to F. W. Cook, were removed to form this record group. Two obituaries and another letter were firmly attached to the book and remain with it; copies were made for convenience.
This collection contains Dr. Bird's Accounts, January 1883-August 1887; Obstetrical Records 1875-1882 from his practice; Recipe for Medicines; biographical information about Dr. Bird; and a LMC Commencement Invitation 1876.
This collection contains diplomas, licensing records, photo of 1890 graduate of ULSM, F.P. Boatner.
Collection contains Dr. Branaman's class notes for the University of Louisville Department of Medicine, 1894-95; U of L diploma; medical license; U S Selective Service appointment certificates; patient account ledgers; photocopies of photographs; a homeopathic medicine kit; and a biographical sketch make.
This collection contains a Physicians Daily Memorandum for 1913, and Dr. Brown's ledger for the Kentucky School of Medicine Class of 1898.
This collection consists of a scrapbook and shadowbox. The shadowbox holds items removed from patients orifices by him during his years of practice.
Dr. Cannon’s formulary and casebook which contain formulae for medicines and a record of about fifty deliveries made in 1877 and 1878. There is also a record of (smallpox) vaccinations performed in 1885 and 1886, and a few clippings and recipes, some of which relate to St. Edward’s Hospital in New Albany, Indiana.
This collection consists of a rosewood box of surgical instruments, c. 1850-60; late 19th century mahogany chased surgical instruments by Tiemann of NY. Mid-nineteenth century mahogany chest with mold bloom small glass bottles (mid 1800s); early 20th century IV infusion set; and a direct infusion set with “automatic” stock-cock from the early 1900s.