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Evelyn and Edward Bush papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 1977_081-UA
Scope and Contents The collection contains an obituary of Dr. Evelyn Bush, two typescript stories by Edward Ellis Bush and an unfinished autobiography of Bush, which he started shortly before he died. There are also several lantern slides, presumably from Dr. Bush's practice, which show men and women doing various back exercises.
Dates: 1956-1962

Glenn U. Dorroh papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 1979_170-UA
Scope and Contents 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.
Dates: circa 1906, 1928-1931; Majority of material found within 1928-1931

Charles E. Duffin papers

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: 1989_037-UA
Scope and Contents Included are class photographs from the Kentucky School of Medicine. One shows Duffin's 1901 anatomy class.
Dates: circa 1900-1940

Hoyt Gardner papers

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: 2004_103-UA
Content Description Consists of awards, medals, photographs and a scrapbook from the life of Hoyt Gardner, MD.
Dates: 1945-1991

Grace M. James papers

 Collection
Identifier: 1989_036-UA
Scope and Contents These are the papers of Grace Marilynn James (1923-1989), an African-American pediatrician in Louisville. Her papers, dating from 1939 to 1989, comprise approximately twenty-one linear feet. The majority of this collection documents her medical career after her arrival in Louisville. One of the largest series describes her initiation of medical care and education for the black community through the West Louisville Medical Center, which she organized. This collection also documents...
Dates: 1939-1989

Ralph Morris papers

 Collection
Identifier: 2004_030-UA
Content Description These materials, belonging to Dr. Ralph Morris, were identified in 1996 during the processing of the personal papers of his wife, Lois. They reflect the professional, personal and public interests of an African-American physician in Louisville, Kentucky in the years 1955-1990. Alcina Morris' (Ralph's mother) correspondence is also found along with indications that she - and perhaps even for a time her son Ralph - had lived in Trinidad. Dr. Morris died August 7, 1998 at age 76.
Dates: 1934,1950s-1980s; Majority of material found within 1950s-1980s

Muldraugh Hill Medical Society Records

 Collection
Identifier: 1976_111-UA
Scope and Contents This collection contains the records of the Muldraugh Hill Medical Society. They include the minutes, financial statements, programs, receipts, testimonials, case reports and correspondence dating from 1914 to 1959.
Dates: circa 1914-1959

Maurice F. and Jewel M. Rabb memorabilia

 Collection
Identifier: 2001_051-UA
Content Description The collection contains plaques, awards, and other honorary items bestowed on Maurice and Jewel Rabb.
Dates: 1954-1983

Charles Wilkins Short papers (microfilm)

 Collection
Identifier: 1973_421-UA
Content Description Letters from Short to his brother, John Cleves Short, of Shorthill, Hamilton County, Ohio, and correspondence with his daughters, Mary Churchill (Short) Richardson, Jane Short, and Sarah Elizabeth Short, concerning land holdings, sale of bonds, especially railroad bonds, medical affairs in the Ohio River Valley, seeds received from California and from Sir William Hooker, of Kew Gardens, England, plants and seeds sent to European collectors, and family matters; together with a typescript of A...
Dates: 1817-1879

Walls Family Papers

 Collection
Identifier: ULRAR042-UA
Scope and Contents The Murray B. Atkins Walls papers mainly document her career as a leader in the struggle for integrated facilities, open housing and civil rights in Louisville, Kentucky from the mid-1930's through the 1970's. Less fully-documented is the life and career of her husband, Dr. John H. Walls, a black physician who practiced in Louisville for over 50 years, who was also very active in the cause of civil rights. The papers also include a small series on the Atkins family and Mrs. Walls' father Dr....
Dates: 1866-1979