This collection contains a portable hemoglobinometer (measuring device of hemoglobin blood concentration) dated 1919, purchased from Theo. Tafel Surgical Instruments, Lou KY; and a hemocytometer (two glass slides in red case which are used to count blood cells).
This three-quarter life size sculpture of Dr. Cole was created by artist Griffin Chiles, and presented to the Kornhauser Library by the University of Louisville School of Medicine Class of 1944.
Collection includes: two photographs of Huston G. Colson Business card Small scrapbook of newspaper clippings Certificate of appointment as postmaster of Middlesborough, Bell County, KY
This collection contains the typed reminiscences of the Medico-Chirurgical Society of Louisville, and a framed portrait of Dr. Dabney.
This collection consists of a small case of surgical instruments that had belonged to Dr. Dodge.
This group includes Dorroh's notes as a student at the University of Louisville School of Medicine from 1928 to 1931, as well as three photographs of students posing with the cadavers they used in anatomy class. The collection also includes certificates and diplomas for Dr. Lee Dorroh and Dr. Glenn Dorroh and a photograph, circa 1906, of the Hospital College of Medicine.
This collection contains biographical informatino and correspondence to three generations of the Eddy family, five who were graduates of Louisville medical schools in the 19th century.
The Elkes papers are organized in nine series: Series I, Personal and Biographical; Series II, Correspondence; Series III, Literary Production; Series IV, Teaching; Series V, Professional Activity; Series VI, Memberships; Series VII, Reference Files; Series VIII, Reprints; and Series IX, Patient Files (RESTRICTED).