Correspondence, both personal and professional; photos; clippings; war ration book; Medical History of Washington County (IN); small black medical case with instruments; Indiana Board of General Practice of Medicine Certificate issued to Dennis W. Matthews February 5, 1947.
This collection contains one patient ledger and Dr. McAfee's 1845 diploma from LMI.
The papers of Arthur T. McCormack, M.D. (1872-1943), public health officer, and his wife, Jane Teare McCormack, document their careers in medicine and nursing, including information on their service in World War I service and the Kentucky State Health Department. Scrapbooks, Kentucky Medical Association journals, publications, manuscripts on public health issues, and records of the Kentucky Medical Association Auxiliary comprise this group.
This collection consists of two series--records of the purchase, restoration, and management of the Ephraim McDowell House in Danville, Kentucky, and photocopies, reprints, copies of photos, and original documents gathered during Dr Gray's research for The Life and Times of Ephraim McDowell, published in 1987.
This small body of personal papers contains a notebook of poetry he wrote as a young man, an article on the history of a local medical society, and a photo album.
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.
This collection consists of one ledger that includes a list of dues paid during 1917 and 1918, members heard from in regards to dues, resignations, deaths, members who they were unable to contact or cannot find, leaves of absences, and a list of members by state.
These materials, belonging to Dr. Ralph Morris, were identified in 1996 during the processing of the personal papers of his wife, Lois. They reflect the professional, personal and public interests of an African-American physician in Louisville, Kentucky in the years 1955-1990. Alcina Morris' (Ralph's mother) correspondence is also found along with indications that she - and perhaps even for a time her son Ralph - had lived in Trinidad. Dr. Morris died August 7, 1998 at age 76.
This collection contains the records of the Muldraugh Hill Medical Society. They include the minutes, financial statements, programs, receipts, testimonials, case reports and correspondence dating from 1914 to 1959.