This volume includes how the society was organized and lists the early members, all prominent Louisville physicians. Most of the discussion recorded in the minutes are on medical cases and topics brought by one of the members to the attention of the group. These discussions are detailed, thus providing very good accounts of late nineteenth century medical practice.
This collection includes a small volume detailing the charter, constitution, membership and fee lists, and American Medical Association (AMA) code of ethics; and a large ledger of handwritten minutes of the meetings from 1872-1877, which has been partially transcribed.
This collection of materials on Elmer Lee Henderson, MD, consists of biographical information, artwork, programs, photographs, reference files, correspondence, certificates and clippings. Much of it concentrates on Henderson’s interest in the topic of socialized medicine.
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.
Administrative records and subject files for the Office of the Executive Vice President for Health Affairs. Records include correspondence, reports, and other materials related to the academic units on the Health Science Campus, Louisville area hospitals, and other medical organizations.