These papers consist of Dr. Barnes collection of negatives, photographs, and reports of pathological specimens, malignancies, exhibits and cells. Some appear to have been used as research or teaching tools. Others appear to have been taken during autopsies in the 1940s and 50s.
This collection consists of a scrapbook and shadowbox. The shadowbox holds items removed from patients orifices by him during his years of practice.
This collection consists of photos from Dr. Churney's medical school and residency, plus his 1953 diploma.
This collection contains biographical information pertaining to Dr. Clay, a publications list, group photos of two residency classes and the medical student trip to Eli Lilly, original manuscripts and reprints of articles, continuing education information, course materials for classes he taught at UofL, and a medical bag with his initials, containing mostly 1950s drug samples and some instruments, including WWII medical officers canvas instrument roll.
Felix Coblens was the winner of the annual prize for the best notes on the lectures of Professor Lunsford P. Yandell Jr for the 1874-75 session of the University Of Louisville Department of Medicine. The leather bound volume contains a considerably condensed version of Dr. Yandell’s presentations on therapeutics, and occupy 456 pages, plus an index.
The collection includes scientific manuscripts, photographs, artwork, published articles, data, and correspondence. Also present are photocopies of a privately held scrapbook belonging to Griswold including clippings, correspondence, and photographs.
Transcribed notes on therapeutics from lectures of Professor Lunsford P. Yandell Jr. during the 1874-75 session of the University Of Louisville Department Of Medicine. The notes occupy 170 pages.
The volume with Kirley’s notes has 181 pages, detailing Dr. John Arvid Ouchterlony’s 1874 lectures on asthma, Bright’s Disease, emphysema, gonorrheal rheumatism, heart disease, rheumatism, pneumonia and sciatica. The cases are identified by name. Dr. J.A. Ouchterlony taught at LMC in 1874, but he also held professorships at the University of Louisville Medical Department and KSM.