The CHOPS records consist of minutes, brochures, evaluations, and final reports.
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.
Collection includes initial proposal, continuing education information, drafts and proposals of the Library Task Forces and the Drug Info Service, correspondence and other records, reports of the Task Force on Extension Service, and the initial grant application.
This collection contains a set of fifty 9x12 cards presented as an exhibit for adults. The information is covered under five general headings: The Nature of Venereal Diseases: Venereal Diseases are Communicable; Effects of Venereal Diseases-Premature Death; The Prevalence of Venereal Diseases; and The Control of Venereal Diseases: Today’s Problem in Disease Prevention.
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.
Contained in this collection are photographs, studies, clippings, histories, brochures, and a small amount of correspondence about this nonprofit organization that providing healthcare and education in the homes of convalescents and the chronically ill. Some microfilmed annual reports are included.
This collection contains administrative records from the project; bioqraphies of health professionals; information on schools of medicine, dentistry, nursinq, pharmacy, and public health in Kentucky; professional orqanizations and other societies; hospitals and related institutions; public health orqanizations; and miscellaneous health topics.