The collection includes correspondence, photographs, news clippings, certificates, printed ephemera, and an inscribed silver bowl.
This group includes Dorroh's notes as a student at the University of Louisville School of Medicine from 1928 to 1931, as well as three photographs of students posing with the cadavers they used in anatomy class. The collection also includes certificates and diplomas for Dr. Lee Dorroh and Dr. Glenn Dorroh and a photograph, circa 1906, of the Hospital College of Medicine.
Included are class photographs from the Kentucky School of Medicine. One shows Duffin's 1901 anatomy class.
Certificates related to the medical and clerical careers of Louisville physician and Baptist minister, Josiah Alexander Ireland. The materials were salvaged and purchased.
Ticket to commencement exercises, February 27, 1878.
Collection includes: 1. Diploma, Louisville Medical Institute, 1842 2. Catalog, Louisville Medical Institute, 1842 3. Membership certificate, Louisville Medical Society 4. “Physicological Temperance Society of LMI,”
Donated in 1992 by the Dr. Neal McKee Woods’ grandson, Frank M. McClain, this collection consists of fourteen cartes de visite of young men who attended medical school in Louisville, Kentucky around 1876. The photographs, produced by three different identified Louisville studios (two photographs have no studio name). The collection does not include a photo of Neal McKee Woods.