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 consists of a scrapbook and shadowbox. The shadowbox holds items removed from patients orifices by him during his years of practice.
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.
This collection contains Dr. Cecil's “Notes on Professor Holloway’s Clinical Lectures at Hospital College of Medicine and City Hospital, 1st course,” 291 pages; and miscellaneous correspondence from 1893.
This collection consists of photos from Dr. Churney's medical school and residency, plus his 1953 diploma.
This collection contains biographical information pertaining to Dr. Clay, a publications list, group photos of two residency classes and the medical student trip to Eli Lilly, original manuscripts and reprints of articles, continuing education information, course materials for classes he taught at UofL, and a medical bag with his initials, containing mostly 1950s drug samples and some instruments, including WWII medical officers canvas instrument roll.
This collection contains a portable hemoglobinometer (measuring device of hemoglobin blood concentration) dated 1919, purchased from Theo. Tafel Surgical Instruments, Lou KY; and a hemocytometer (two glass slides in red case which are used to count blood cells).
Collection includes: two photographs of Huston G. Colson Business card Small scrapbook of newspaper clippings Certificate of appointment as postmaster of Middlesborough, Bell County, KY
This collection contains the typed reminiscences of the Medico-Chirurgical Society of Louisville, and a framed portrait of Dr. Dabney.