Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 34 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents This collections is comprised of 74 pages of longhand notes in English made by Pearce Bailey and bound with the two volumes of Oscar Fraentzel’s Vorlesungen uber die Krankheiten des Herzens (Lectures on Diseases of the Heart) (1889, 1891). The notes are labeled “Lectures on blood by Dr. Golosh Adolfs Spital (sic), Vienna” and “Notes on Blood (Lectures by Kraus, Vienna” (page 46 forward?) Topics include blood, the spleen, anemia, chlorosis, hemophilia, Addison’s disease, leukemia....
Scope and Contents This collection consists of a medical bag received from Brooks Denhard Surgical Instrument Company, with many original medications and instruments, several pamphlets and brochures, and a student’s History Record sheet, Louisville General Hospital, dated 1942.
Scope and Contents Ten items relating to the English physician and anthropologist John Beddoe were discovered between the pages of his autobiography, Memories of Eighty Years (1910). Seven, including two manuscript letters to F. W. Cook, were removed to form this record group. Two obituaries and another letter were firmly attached to the book and remain with it; copies were made for convenience.
Accession — Multiple Containers
Dates: 1892-1998; Majority of material found within 1966-1998
Scope and Contents This collection contains Dr. Bird's Accounts, January 1883-August 1887; Obstetrical Records 1875-1882 from his practice; Recipe for Medicines; biographical information about Dr. Bird; and a LMC Commencement Invitation 1876.
Collection — Multiple Containers
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