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 consists of a 21-page longhand manuscript of an 1893 lecture on copulation.
The collection contains plaques, awards, and other honorary items bestowed on Maurice and Jewel Rabb.
This collection contains one small notebook/scrapbook, inscribed J. M. Ray and “Manhattan Ear and Eye Hospital.”
Collection consists of a Bible, journals kept by Dr. Robertson from 1907-1912, diaries kept during WWI by Dr. Robertson, receipts and papers removed from these journals and diaries.
This collection consists of a silver medal won by Charles Sauter, M.D. for Anatomy at Louisville Medical College on February 28, 1870.
This collection relates to Dr. Simpson’s work and writing opposing medical patents, dating from 1932 to 1943.