This collection consists of a small paper-bound copy of an oration by John Godfrey: “Medicine and Medicine-Men” an anniversary address delivered at the banquet of the Louisville Medical Society, May 26, 1887. Published by John P. Morton, Louisville, 1887.
This collection contains Dr. Goss' notes from the University of Louisville Department of Medicine during 1872.
This collection documents the early career of Dr. Green. It consists of incoming letters and class tickets of Green’s from the period 1838-1841 and petitions, drafts of bills, and bills from his period in the General Assembly in the early 1850s-especially relating to an effort to create a state medical board and a vital statistics law. There are also a list of drugs purchased by Green in 1845 and class tickets for UofL Department of Medicine and Bellevue for James O. Green from 1864-66.
The collection includes scientific manuscripts, photographs, artwork, published articles, data, and correspondence. Also present are photocopies of a privately held scrapbook belonging to Griswold including clippings, correspondence, and photographs.
Student notes on medical clinic taught by Dr. Tinsley R. Harrison at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, 1938-39. Includes articles, other lectures, cases by Morgan, Kampmeir and others.
This small collection of diplomas and other memorabilia from the life of John L. Hart, MD includes a short biography written by his daughter, two photographs from 1905 graduation from HCM, and three account books from his practice, 1905-1906, 1916 and 1916-1917.
This collection consists of the final drafts, galley proofs, and related correspondence related to his publication, Medical Complications of Pregnancy, 1957-1969.
This collection contains two sets of student notes, one from 1903 and the other from 1907, as well as reprints and photographs.
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.