Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 34 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents This collection contains indexed notes on lectures by Edwin S. Gaillard at Louisville Medical College, 1871-72, taken by Dr. Lewis. It also contains a Physicians Daily Pocket diary, 1879-1881, belonging to Dr. Lewis.
Scope and Contents This collection consists of one ledger that includes a list of dues paid during 1917 and 1918, members heard from in regards to dues, resignations, deaths, members who they were unable to contact or cannot find, leaves of absences, and a list of members by state.
Scope and Contents This collection containes biographical information and photos; 1950 and 51 UofL yearbooks; ULSM Class of 1951 class photo, reunion photos and other reunion information; “Old Medical School” Squibb print; 1950 Phi Chi Medical Fraternity photo; Golden Alumni Society medal.
Content Description The collection contains plaques, awards, and other honorary items bestowed on Maurice and Jewel Rabb.
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...
Scope and Contents This collection consists of an oversize scrapbook of autographs, biographical sketches, portraits with captions – all related to Dr. Simpson. The provenance of the eight items is unknown. The materials date from 1862-1874.
Scope and Contents Collection contains one general ticket to LMC, 1890-91; commencement program, LMC 1892; a photocopy and typed transcription of a letter from Hugh G. Smith (Owenton, KY) to Robert (Briar, TX) dated 1893; and a “History of the Lodle Family” by John Lodle, Robert H. Smith’s nephew.
Scope and Contents Collection consists of three bound journals: The first and second volume document his time in Europe; the year is not listed, but months covered were April through September. The third volume was written in 1882.