This is a collection of twenty-six bound notebooks on medical topics, and one issue of “The Hoosier Reservist” dated January 1940 addressed to Captain N.C. Isler, Med-Res.
Nine volumes of student notes prepared by Earl C. Jensen during his years at the UofL School of Medicine. Two of the volumes are soft-backed, and the Pathology Laboratory Notebook contains original drawings and appears to be typewritten. The rest of the volumes are hard-cover, mimeographed lecture notes compiled for sale to classmates by Dr. Jensen. This was done to support this family and appears to have had the approval of faculty members.
Collection includes biographical information on Dr. Sydney E. Johnson and copies of his publications.
This collection contains office files from Keeney’s time as a faculty member and dean of the University of Louisville Medical School as well as resources from various organizations he was involved in throughout his career. These materials include correspondence, committee minutes, case studies, biographical information, and research notes.
Collection contains correspondence, mainly incoming, and including letters between Dr. and Mrs. Keller 1943-1945 while he served in the Navy; drafts, notes, and published articles, speeches, etc.: office files; scrapbooks; newspaper clippings; plaques, citations, photos, etc.; information on UofL School of Medicine Class of 1931 reunion.
Class notes taken at McGill University Medical School, Montreal Canada, 1864-1867; and notes on the obstetrics and gynecology patients of Dr. Kelly in Louisville, Jan-Aug 1892.
Small black scrapbook with pictures of faculty and students, including Simon Kracht (1822-1875), janitor and resurrectionist at the school, along with various family and friends of Dr. Kendrick.
This body of experimental data documents some of the research on cardiac output conducted by Moore and Kinsman. Graphs for individual patients and for animal subjects predominate, but the records also include drafts of articles on the injection method of studying circulation and a small amount of correspondence, some with co-worker Dr. William F. Hamilton.