In 1922 Henry H. Turner took this collection of photos of the School of Medicine and the Louisville General Hospital. The collection consists of lantern slides, glass negatives and prints.
This collection consists of six medical instruments said to have belonged to Dr. Ap Morgan Vance.
Handwritten, once bound, collection of formulae includes treatments for a variety of human ailments and symptoms, the pharmacist recorded prescriptions for horses and chickens, for tooth powder, tobacco flavorings, creosote, gin, ginger beer, ink, rat paste, washing soda, diamond cement, and cologne.
Collection includes correspondence (originals and use copies) from David W. Voyles to his wife, Susie, 1862-1864, while he served with the 66th Indiana Infantry during the Civil War; photographs of Dr. Voyles and a woman, most likely his wife; correspondence from his time as postmaster of New Albany, IN in the 1880s and while in St. Louis; a copy of “Report of Surgeon Voyles” Martinsburg, Washington County, Indiana, September 20, 1865.
M. D. Winter WWI memorabilia, icluding photographs, passport, diary (1919-1919),“3 Christmases” 1916-1918, and a poem written by a soldier patient to Nurse Dugan. James E. Winter biography, photos, articles (1925-1929), appendix to memoir.
The papers were assembled from scattered locations among the holdings of Kornhauser Health Sciences Library in 1983, in an effort to make them more accessible for research. The collection includes original manuscripts by the Yandells, and a number of printed pamphlets and journal extracts, as well as photocopies of article by and about the physicians.