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Alphabetical List of Unprocessed Collections, 1997-2013

Note to Researchers
This list represents brief descriptions of unprocessed collections, or unprocessed additions to collections, and is primarily for informational purposes only. There may be donor imposed restrictions, HMD imposed restrictions, or no descriptions of collection contents. Please contact the HMD Reference Staff regarding access to these collections.

Note on Access
The majority of these collections are stored offsite and require 30 days prior notice for service. Please contact the Associate Curator for access information.


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Accession #:
2002-061

Name of Collection:
A national program to conquer heart disease, cancer & stroke. Presentation.

Dates:

Quantity:
.21 lin. ft. (1/2 document case)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:

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Accession #:
2010-011

Name of Collection:
Abbott, Anderson Ruffin. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
1 box

Restrictions:
brittle items

Contents:
Abbott was a free black Canadian physician who worked in Washington, D.C.'s Contraband Hospital during the Civil War. Contains Toronto School of Medicine lecture cards, invitations, booklets, programs, notebooks, lectures, misc. notes, modern and reproduction photographs.

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Accession #:
2002-001

Name of Collection:
Abdellah, Faye G. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
.21 lin. ft. (1/2 doc case)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Biographical article, c.v., USU quarterly, "USUHS graduate school of nursing - historical overview 1993-2000". Articles, publications

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Accession #:
2001-033

Name of Collection:
Abdellah, Faye G. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
.21 lf (1/2 document case)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Addition to the processed manuscript collection, includes materials dealing with the career of Dr. Faye G. Abdellah, known for her public service in nursing, education and health care. Abdellah was inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame in 2000. Three files include biographies and published articles outlining Abdellah's career and a copy of her book, titled "Preparing Nursing Research for the 21st Century: Evolution, Methodologies, Challenges," written in conjunction with Eugene Levine. As a pioneer in the field of Nurse Researcher, Abdellah altered modern nursing theory and practice. In addition she was involved in the formation of national policies related to AIDS, drug addiction, smoking and alcoholism.

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Accession #:
2002-067

Name of Collection:
Abdellah, Faye. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
.10 lin. ft. (1 folder)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
USUHS commencement awards; Senate proclamation. Stored with ACC 2001-33.

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Accession #:
2009-045

Name of Collection:
Adams, Elijah. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
c. 8 lin. ft. (8 record cartons)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Correspondence, writings, lab notebooks. A well known biochemist, long-time Chair of the Biochemistry Dept at Univ of MD School of Medicine. on the faculty of the U. Of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore (the city) in the Departments of Pharmacology and then Biochemistry. a pioneer in the amino acid area of biochemistry. METABOLISM OF PROLINE AND THE HYDROXYPROLINES The Editors of the Annual Review of Biochemistry note with deep regret the death of Dr. Elijah Adams on Tuesday, October 2, 1979, shortly after he and Dr. Frank completed this review. This chapter, which summarizes the growth and progress of research on the amino acids, reflects the fundamental and important contributions of Elijah Adams, who was a pioneer in this area of biochemistry.

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Accession #:
2002-018

Name of Collection:
Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation. Archives.

Dates:

Quantity:
2.5 lin. ft. (2 record cartons)

Restrictions:
not accessible until 25 years after date

Contents:
Records of Lasker award nominations, deliberations and decisions.

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Accession #:
1998-010

Name of Collection:
Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation. Archives.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 oversized file folder

Restrictions:
Library does not own copyright to photograph.

Contents:
Contains B+W photograph of Lyndon Baines Johnson and Mary Woodard Lasker.

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Accession #:
2008-008

Name of Collection:
Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation. Archives.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 DVD

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
DVD contains three short films: 1. Edward R. Murrow: Person-to-Person interview with Mary Lasker (1959; 12:32) 2. Mary Woodard Lasker: Citizen-Witness for Health (film about Mary Lasker's work on behalf of medical research - 2001; 5:45) 3. Recipient of the Lord & Taylor Rose Award: Mary Lasker (1982; 10:46)

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Accession #:
1997-031

Name of Collection:
Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation. Archives.

Dates:
1989-1997)

Quantity:
8.25 lin. ft. (7 record cartons)

Restrictions:
Nomination and jury books restricted.

Contents:
Records of Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation Awards, 1988-1994. No awards were given in 1990 and 1992.

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Accession #:
2002-051

Name of Collection:
Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation. Award files.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 lin. ft. (1 record carton)

Restrictions:
nomination correspondence restricted

Contents:
Awards program, nomination correspondence and clippings.

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Accession #:
2006-025

Name of Collection:
Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation. Award nomination books.

Dates:

Quantity:
4 cartons

Restrictions:
Nomination books restricted for 25 years.

Contents:
Awardee nomination books, 2002-2005, and 2003-05 awards luncheon booklets/awards announcements.

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Accession #:
2002-042

Name of Collection:
Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation. Award nominations.

Dates:

Quantity:
c. 2.5 lin. ft. (= 2 record cartons)

Restrictions:
Nomination and jury books restricted

Contents:
Award nominations.

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Accession #:
2007-070

Name of Collection:
Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation. Awards archives.

Dates:

Quantity:
2 boxes

Restrictions:
nomination books restricted

Contents:
Lasker Awards nomination books and ceremony materials for 2006-2007.

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Accession #:
2001-123

Name of Collection:
Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation. Information Office (Maier, Ruth). Correspondence.

Dates:

Quantity:
5 folders

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Correspondence regarding Lasker Awards ceremonies/participants. Includes awards announcements/publicity.

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Accession #:
2002-052

Name of Collection:
Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation. Pressbooks.

Dates:

Quantity:
.84 lin. ft. (2 document cases)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Press books for Lasker awards, 1984-88.

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Accession #:
1998-025

Name of Collection:
American Academy of Ophthalmology.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 envelope

Restrictions:

Contents:
Contains 1 book on the history of ophthalmology at Johns Hopkins Medical School and Stanford Medical School; by A. Edward Maumenee, Ph.D.

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Accession #:
1998-024

Name of Collection:
American Academy of Ophthalmology.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 envelope

Restrictions:

Contents:
Contains 1 book on the history of ophthalmology at Medical College of Virginia, Dupont Guerry III, M.D.

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Accession #:
1997-013

Name of Collection:
American Academy of Physician Assistants. Records.

Dates:
1973

Quantity:
1 acid free carton (1.25 linear ft.)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Documents on the founding of the American Academy of Physician Assistants in 1970 and organizational records which includes Applications, Articles of Incorp., Logo, Board of Directors, Dues, Registry- Treasurer's Report, etc. 1972-1973.

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Accession #:
1997-022

Name of Collection:
American Academy of Physician Assistants. Records.

Dates:
1970s-1990s,

Quantity:
3 acid free cartons (3.75 linear ft.)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Contains correspondence and organizational records on the American Academy of Physician Assistants.

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Accession #:
2000-051

Name of Collection:
American Academy of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics. Records.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 item

Restrictions:

Contents:
Vol. 19, no. 3 (Nov. 2000) of newsletter.

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Accession #:
1999-029

Name of Collection:
American Academy of Veterinary Pharmocology and Therapeutics. Records.

Dates:

Quantity:
1/2 ms. box (.2 linear ft.)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Contains 1 volume - Biotechnology in the Animal Health Sector.

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Accession #:
2009-054

Name of Collection:
American Association for the History of Medicine. Archives

Dates:

Quantity:
171 boxes

Restrictions:

Contents:
AAHM's association archives

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Accession #:
2011-033

Name of Collection:
American Association for the History of Medicine. Records

Dates:

Quantity:
1 RC

Restrictions:

Contents:
Annual Meeting Abstract Books, newsletters, Membership Directories, Council Meeting Booklets, Miscellaneous documents.

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Accession #:
2008-075

Name of Collection:
American Association for the Surgery of Trauma.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 box

Restrictions:

Contents:
annual meeting books, newsletters, bylaws, business meeting minutes

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Accession #:
2013-031

Name of Collection:
American Association for the Surgery of Trauma. Archives

Dates:

Quantity:
1 box

Restrictions:

Contents:
Newsletters (2011-2013), annual meeting agendas/transactions (2012-2013).

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Accession #:
2011-039

Name of Collection:
American Association for the Surgery of Trauma. Records

Dates:

Quantity:
1 box

Restrictions:

Contents:
2011 annual meeting program materials and newsletters.

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Accession #:
2002-104

Name of Collection:
American Association for Women Radiologists. Records.

Dates:

Quantity:
.6 lin. Ft.

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Records related to founding of the organization. Lewicki was founding member.

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Accession #:
1999-042

Name of Collection:
American Board of Thoracic Surgery. Records.

Dates:
(Bulk 1945-

Quantity:
10 cu. ft. (10 doc. cases)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Contains American Board of Thoracic Surgery meeting minutes, correspondence, records, examinations, speeches and notes. Distictly separate organization from the American Association for Thoracic Surgery.

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Accession #:
2008-066

Name of Collection:
American College of Nurse-Midwives. Archives

Dates:

Quantity:
1 folder

Restrictions:

Contents:
"Presidential Priorities"--commentary collected from past presidents about strategic vision during their tenures. Collated for JMWH article "Presidential Priorities" by Schuling, Sipe, and Fullerton.

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Accession #:
2012-014

Name of Collection:
American College of Nurse-Midwives. Records

Dates:
1987-2007

Quantity:
15 boxes (~9 lf)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Bulletin of the ACNM (1956-1970s), Journal of Nurse-Midwifery, presidential records, Board meeting materials, legeislative agendas, subject files.

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Accession #:
2001-089

Name of Collection:
American College of Radiology.

Dates:

Quantity:
3.75 lin. ft. (3 record cartons)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:

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Accession #:
2007-040

Name of Collection:
American Foundation for Homeopathy. Records.

Dates:

Quantity:
c.12 lin. ft.

Restrictions:

Contents:

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Accession #:
2009-038

Name of Collection:
American Medical Association. Operation Coffeecup - Ronald Reagan speaks out against socialized medicine.

Dates:

Quantity:
.1 lin. ft.

Restrictions:
None

Contents:
Copies of documents directing an American Medical Association campaign entitled 'Operation Coffeecup,' which encouraged opposition to the U.S. Senate's King Bill's plan to socialize medical care for social security recipients; transcript and 33 1/3 rpm phonograph recording of Ronald Reagan monologue: "Ronald Reagan speaks out against socialized medicine."

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Accession #:
1999-016

Name of Collection:
American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 large folder (.1 linear ft.)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Contains 1 poster 19 1/2" x 35" of the 100th anniversary of the discovery of x-rays.

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Accession #:
2009-041

Name of Collection:
American Surgical Association. Archives

Dates:

Quantity:
1 vol.

Restrictions:

Contents:
Photo album from 1998 annual meeting.

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Accession #:
2002-068

Name of Collection:
American Surgical Association. Archives.

Dates:

Quantity:
2.5 lin. ft. (c. 2 record cartons)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:

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Accession #:
2009-029

Name of Collection:
American Surgical Association. Archives.

Dates:

Quantity:
3 lin. ft.

Restrictions:

Contents:
Member and guest registration sign in books, 1961-2004; transactions, 2002-08; program books, 1991-2009; presidential yearbooks, 2004-08; council minutes, 1991-2003; Foundation board minutes, 1989-2003; newsletters, 1998-2006.

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Accession #:
2004-037

Name of Collection:
Anderson, W. French. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
c. 1.5 lin. ft. (1 transfer case)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Video tapes. Gene therapy; lectures; new clips

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Accession #:
2002-010

Name of Collection:
Anderson, W. French. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
9.4 lin. ft. (8 record cartons)

Restrictions:
Personally Identifiable Health Information policy

Contents:
Chief of the Molecular Hematology Branch at NHLBI. Worked as a gene therapy researcher for 27 years and was also Chairman of the Department of Medicine and Physiology in the NIH Graduate Program. Recognized as an ongoing innovator in the research area of human gene transfer, and is also known as a leading ethicist in the field of human genetic engineering. He has been called the "Father of Gene Therapy".

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Accession #:
1999-018

Name of Collection:
Andrews, Billy Franklin. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 ms. box (.4 linear ft.)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Contains a biography, curriculum vitae, and poetic tributes on children's bill of rights.

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Accession #:
1999-013

Name of Collection:
Armed Forces Medical Library (U.S.) Dental research.

Dates:

Quantity:
5 record cartons (6.25 linear ft.)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Contains 31 bound volumes of U.S. Army Dental Research Materials, U.S. Army Dentistry.

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Accession #:
2007-072

Name of Collection:
Armstrong, Charles. Scrapbooks.

Dates:

Quantity:
1.5 lin. Ft.

Restrictions:

Contents:
Three scrapbooks documenting Armstrong's career in the Public Health Service, along with some genealogical and biographical summaries.

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Accession #:
1999-008

Name of Collection:
Association of American Medical Colleges. Archives.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 ms. box (.4 linear ft.)

Restrictions:

Contents:
2 binders which contain material on history of AAMC seminars and the history of AAMC.

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Accession #:
2004-008

Name of Collection:
Avalos, Maria Louisa Garza.

Dates:

Quantity:
.01 lin. ft. (1 folder)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Manuscript copy of this Spanish language report analysing the NLM classifiaction, prepared by the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico.

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Accession #:
2006-017

Name of Collection:
Barnett, G. Octo and Massachusetts General Hospital. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
7.5 lin. ft. (=6 record cartons)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Barnett is Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School Senior Research Director, Laboratory of Computer Science Massachusetts General Hospital. He was a cardiologist that went into medical informatics, specifically the Massachusetts General Hospital's Hospital Computer Project and The Laboratory of Computer Science to automate many hospital functions. Also, the first comprehensive and widely used automated ambulatory medical record system during the 1960s.

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Accession #:
2006-049

Name of Collection:
Barnett, G. Octo and Massachusetts General Hospital. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
1.25 lin. ft. (=1 record carton)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:

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Accession #:
2008-001

Name of Collection:
Barzelatto, Jose.

Dates:

Quantity:
15 lin. ft. (12 record cartons)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Reprints, reports, some correspondence, newsletters/journals. Barzelatto was active in the Ford Foundation (later Center for Health and Policy) on the issue of health in the face of social change, specifically population control. Materials touch on religious, ethical and policy issues relatd to population control, abortion, sexuality, access to drugs.

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Accession #:
2009-060

Name of Collection:
Bashshur, Rashid L. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
3.75 lin. ft. (3 record cartons)

Restrictions:
None

Contents:
Meeting and conference notes, correspondence, studies and reports on telemedicine, grant proposals, questionnaires, reports on regional telemedicine activities.

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Accession #:
2009-011

Name of Collection:
Bashshur, Rashid. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
8.75 lin. Ft. (7 record cartons)

Restrictions:
None

Contents:
Articles [photocopies and downloaded printouts], and books on the subject of telemedicine.

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Accession #:
2013-023

Name of Collection:
Beebe, Gilbert. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
.42 lin. ft. (3 binders)

Restrictions:

Contents:
NP-9925 Volume I and II "Nagasaki atomic bomb damage"; NP-9923 Volume I "Physical damage Hiroshima Japan". Engineering reports, photos, elevation maps describing physical damage and human casualty caused by atomic bombs.

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Accession #:
2004-016

Name of Collection:
Beebe, Gilbert. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
24

Restrictions:
None

Contents:
Gilbert Wheeler Beebe, 1912-2003 was a radiation epidemiologist/statistician. He specialized in the study of radiation effects in the aftermath of the Chernobyl, USSR nuclear accident and of Hiroshima, Japan. Correspondence, governmental reports (published and unpublished), computer diskettes (5.25"). First worked at the National Committee on Maternal Health, where he conducted an important study of contraceptive services in economically depressed areas. From there he went to the office of the Surgeon General of the Army, and then to the National Academy of Sciences. He worked with Seymour Jablon to organize the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission (ABCC) research program to study the late health effects of radiation exposure in Japanese A-bomb survivors. Later known as the Life Span Study. In 1977 began his fifth career at the National Cancer Institute, where he worked for 25 years. After the Chernobyl accident, Gil led international studies of thyroid cancer and leukemia among radiation-exposed populations in Belarus and Ukraine. Donor file contains CD of desktop computer files from his office.

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Accession #:
2008-002

Name of Collection:
Benschoter, Reba. Collection.

Dates:

Quantity:
6.25 lin. ft. (5 record cartons)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Nebraska telemedicine video project

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Accession #:
2008-039

Name of Collection:
Berliner, Robert. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
2.50 lin. Ft. (2 record cartons)

Restrictions:
None

Contents:
Materials collected by Kennedy. Box 1 contains materials created by Berliner--notes, corresp., event programs, reprints. Box 2 contains materials Kennedy used to prepare a memorial piece, as well as some binders with NIH admin materials (1960s) and President's Biomedical Research Panel notes. Renal physiologist, former Dean of Yale University School of Medicine, Professor Emeritus of Cellular and Molecular Physiology and Professor Emeritus of Internal Medicine. Collaborated with Dr. James A. Shannon who subsequently was appointed Director of Research at the National Heart Institute. Dr. Berliner was one of the first investigators recruited by Dr. Shannon to join him at the NIH in 1950, at which time Dr. Berliner was named Chief, Laboratory of Kidney and Electrolyte Metabolism at the National Heart Institute. He remained at the NIH successively as Director of Intramural Research at the National Heart Institute and as Deputy Director for Science for NIH. Left NIH for Yale in 1973,

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Accession #:
1999-011

Name of Collection:
Berry, Leonidas H. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 ms. box (.4 linear ft.)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Contains 17 - 8mm movies in albums and 14 - 8mm movies, loose, on gastro-intestinal problems.

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Accession #:
2006-053

Name of Collection:
Billingham, Rupert E. Papers.

Dates:
1980-2000)

Quantity:
5 boxes

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Personal and professional correspondence; reprints; personal/biog; lecture notes; History of Transplantation; awards, plaques, certificates; photographs. No lab books or research subject files were ever saved by Billingham.

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Accession #:
2007-001

Name of Collection:
Billingham, Rupert E. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
4 VHS tapes

Restrictions:

Contents:
Dr. Billingham roast, cell biology dept.; Medawar Prize ceremony, Billingham back yard; 1993 American Society of Transplant Surgeons Presidential Address, Clyde Barker talking about Billingham; 1st lecture Rupert Billingham Leture Series Dept. of Cell Biology UT-Southwestern, Wayne Streilein and Judy Head reminiscing about Billingham.

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Accession #:
2001-155

Name of Collection:
Billings, John S. (John Shaw) Centennial.

Dates:

Quantity:
.5 linear ft (=1 document case)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Commemoration of centennial

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Accession #:
2002-096

Name of Collection:
Bosma, James. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
3.85 lin. ft. (3 record cartons, 1 o/s folder)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:

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Accession #:
2004-048

Name of Collection:
Bosma, James. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
13.05 lin. ft. (9 record cartons, 9 flat storage boxes)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Primary research materials, secondary research materials, illustrations, dratfts, notes, etc., related to Bosma's unfinished book "Development and impairments of feeding in infants and children", completed after his death by his John's-Hopkins colleagues.

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Accession #:
2002-097

Name of Collection:
Bosma, James. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
.42 lin. ft. (1 document case)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
"Cervical auscultation of feeding in adults" (vhs videocassette); Infant head drawings; Respiratory function of the upper airway; 1 folder of cv and biographical material

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Accession #:
2002-090

Name of Collection:
Bosma, James. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
19 RC

Restrictions:
none

Contents:

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Accession #:
2002-087

Name of Collection:
Bosma, James. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
c.57.5 lin. ft. (=45 containers = 46 record cartons)

Restrictions:

Contents:

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Accession #:
2003-017

Name of Collection:
Bosma, James. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
5.5 lin. ft. (4 record cartons, C boxes; 1 flat storage)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Films and publication master images for infant cry, cinefluorographic films (Stockholm); animal studies.

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Accession #:
2002-084

Name of Collection:
Bosma, James. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
c. 46.25 lin. ft. (41 boxes = 37 record cartons)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Bosma was considered a pioneer in research into the anatomy and physiology of swallowing, a topic he became interested in during the polio epidemic when many patients suffering from the disease could not take nutrition orally. He wrote numerous publications and was a founding editor of the medical journal Dysphagia, devoted to disorders of swallowing. In recent years he received the Distinguished Service Award from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association and was honored with a symposium at the biennial meeting of the American Association for Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine. Died of heart failure at the University of Maryland Medical Center on June 22. He was 85. Received MD form U. Michigan (1941) and did his residency at Case Western Reserve. Last was Research Professor and Director, Dysphagia Clinic, University of Maryland Medicine (Baltimore)

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Accession #:
1999-015

Name of Collection:
Botanical card files

Dates:

Quantity:
10 ms. boxes (4 linear ft.)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Contains Mayan medicinal plant word list.

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Accession #:
2009-019

Name of Collection:
Bowen, L. Murray.

Dates:

Quantity:
23 DVDs; 3 transcripts

Restrictions:
copyright retained

Contents:
Copies of VHS orginals loaned by Western Pa Family Center. Originals returned. Copyrights and other rights retained.

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Accession #:
2008-049

Name of Collection:
Bowen, L. Murray. Clinical Conference Series video and audio reels.

Dates:

Quantity:
20 lin. Ft. (20 boxes)

Restrictions:
PHI access policy

Contents:
89 videos and 185 audio reels containing clinical psychological sessions with longitudinal patient families. Conducted by Murray Bowen and Michael Kerr (VA130-291)

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Accession #:
2006-003

Name of Collection:
Bowen, L. Murray. NIMH Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
14 RC boxes; 3 shoebox; 88 videos

Restrictions:
PHI access policy

Contents:
Research papers from Bowen's NIMH clinical research projects. Plus 16 2" quad videos; 68 Helical scan videos; 4 ampex color videos.

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Accession #:
2011-015

Name of Collection:
Bowen, L. Murray. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
1 RC, 2 small boxes; oversize charts

Restrictions:
patient records PHI Access policy

Contents:
Patient records/notebooks, MCV students, correspondence, staff notes done as wall charts and calendar during NIMH project, (patient-created?) family diagram charts, newsclippings, printed materials

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Accession #:
2007-073

Name of Collection:
Bowen, L. Murray. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
4 boxes

Restrictions:
PHI access policy

Contents:
Professional/patient correspondence, patient case records, professional writings/drafts, subject files, military records/research, NIMH files.

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Accession #:
2007-012

Name of Collection:
Bowen, L. Murray. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
5 boxes

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Professional and misc. correspondence, "thought items", requests for papers, article drafts.

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Accession #:
2003-026

Name of Collection:
Bowen, L. Murray. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
11.25 lin. ft. (=9 record cartons)

Restrictions:
PHI access policy

Contents:
Alphabetical files containing patient records from Bowen's clinical practice. Also, half box of Georgetown Family Center public meeting announcements, schedules, agendas, etc. (1980s)

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Accession #:
2007-029

Name of Collection:
Bowen, L. Murray. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
18 boxes, 299 tapes

Restrictions:
PHI access policy

Contents:
Integrated with ACC 2008-049, 11/2008 VA Series, Bowen Clinical Conferences. Videos of interviews/therapy sessions with families primarily at MCV and Walter Reed. Mostly Bronson and Wellford familes, the long-term study group. Also tapes of other families that were short-term participants. Mostly 3/4" umatics, some VHS. Spreadsheet inventory provided by Bowen Center--items marked in orange represent changes from Bill Dwyer's original list. Also has risk assessment scores.

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Accession #:
2009-013

Name of Collection:
Bowen, L. Murray. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
8.5 lin. Ft. (6 RC cartons)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry reports/circulars; professional meetings files; articles and drafts; Family Center records

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Accession #:
2003-044

Name of Collection:
Bowen, L. Murray. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
8.75 lin. ft. (7 record cartons)

Restrictions:
PHI access policy

Contents:
Client files and professional correspondence.

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Accession #:
2002-095

Name of Collection:
Bowen, L. Murray. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
.21 lin. ft. (1/2 document case)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
"Family therapy in clinical practice," by Murray Bowen

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Accession #:
2004-013

Name of Collection:
Bowen, L. Murray. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
7.5 lin. ft. (6 record cartons)

Restrictions:
PHI access policy

Contents:
Additional professional papers. Includes G'town Family Center correspondence (1970-80); G'town Family Center Symposia (1966-90); professional meetings (1950s-80s); patient files/notebooks (1960s); MCV, NIMH, AFTA (1970-80s); publications correspondence (1970s).

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Accession #:
2004-043

Name of Collection:
Bowen, L. Murray. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
6 lin. ft. (6 record cartons)

Restrictions:
PHI access policy

Contents:
Primarily professional correspondence, with some reprints. Subjects covered include Family Center trainees and associates corresp. With some clinical notes from phone conversations; Family Center staff and faculty corresp. And session notes (?); professional colleague corresp. (military, NIMH, Menninger, etc.); Georgetown Univ. Medical School corresp. and teaching plans.

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Accession #:
2005-055

Name of Collection:
Bowen, L. Murray. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
6.2 lin. ft. (4 RC; 1 1/2 hollinger)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Working Papers, Publications, Reprints and articles by Bowen and others, publications correspondence, conferences and meetings.

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Accession #:
2009-004

Name of Collection:
Bowen, L. Murray. Video and audio tapes.

Dates:

Quantity:
.42 lin. Ft. (1 document case)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Audiocassettes: Two days with Murray Bowen/Family Systems conference, 1984 (3 tapes); Bowen: On theory and therapy, May 30-June 1, 1986 (7 tapes). Videocassettes: Family systems theory, 1966 (2 cassettes); Family interview, 1990 (2 cassettes).

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Accession #:
2011-025

Name of Collection:
Bowen, L. Murray. Videos

Dates:

Quantity:
8 boxes

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Videos from Postgraduate Seminars (98 items) and One Day Symposium (out of town presentations) (80 items) series.

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Accession #:
2013-009

Name of Collection:
Bowen, Murray. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
13 CD-ROMs

Restrictions:
None

Contents:
M. Bowen talks about his own family and "anonymous" paper presentation (digitized analog tapes/audio files; 2 CD-R); 1972 American Psychiatric Association interview with Bowen (digitized analog tapes/audio files; 11 CD-R). No transcripts.

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Accession #:
2012-026

Name of Collection:
Boyd, David R. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
4.17 lin. ft. (3 record cartons, 1 document case)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Additional books.

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Accession #:
2012-019

Name of Collection:
Boyd, David. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
6.5 lin. ft. (6 record cartons)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Contents is all published books. Boyd is with the Indian Health Service and was involved in the Federal Interagency Committee on Emergency Medical Services. In the 1970s Boyd developed the Illinois Statewide Trauma Center Plan, which later became a model throughout the US. The approach was to categorize all hospitals and to specifically designate some 40 new trauma centers in a "Three Echelon System," (i.e., regional, areawide, and local)

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Accession #:
2012-013

Name of Collection:
Brody, Eugene B. Papers.

Dates:
1970-2010)

Quantity:
50 lin. ft. (40 record cartons, 1 oversize folder)

Restrictions:
1 folder with patient information - in box 32

Contents:
Principally Brody's materials as president of the World Federation for Mental Health (1981-1983). He was the organization's secretary general from 1983 to 1999. During his years with the organization, Dr. Brody traveled widely, encouraging effective participation with WFMH of mental health organizations from countries with divergent ethnic, cultural and religious traditions (Baltimore Sun obit)

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Accession #:
2013-033

Name of Collection:
Brody, Eugene B. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
12.5 lin. ft. (7 transfiles, 2 record carton, 1 other)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Reprints, scrapbook albums, alphabetical subject/correspondence files.

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Accession #:
2009-059

Name of Collection:
Burroughs Welcome v. Barr Labs deposition.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 vol.

Restrictions:

Contents:
Deposition of Dr. Bruce Chabner. Chabner was Director of the Division of Cancer Treatment at NCI. Suit regards who first discovered the drug azidothymidine (AZT), proprietary rights.

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Accession #:
2009-044

Name of Collection:
Butler, Robert

Dates:

Quantity:
2 boxes

Restrictions:

Contents:

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Accession #:
2005-032

Name of Collection:
Butler, Robert N. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 box

Restrictions:

Contents:
Daily appointment books (1976-1982) from tenure as NIA Director. 2 items related to work with Ralph Nader investigating nursing homes.

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Accession #:
2003-011

Name of Collection:
Butler, Robert N. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
2.75 lin. ft. (2 record cartons; 1 document case)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Butler was Director, National Institute on Aging; founded International Longevity Center, Mt. Sinai Medical Center. Noted gereontologist. editor-in-chief of the journal Geriatrics. Author of The Longevity Revolution (HarperCollins, forthcoming) and Why Survive? Being Old in America (HarperCollins, 1976). is president and chief executive officer of the International Longevity Center--USA and professor of geriatrics at the Brookdale Department of Geriatrics and Adult Development at the Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City. From 1975 to 1982 he was the founding director of the National Institute on Aging. In 1982 he founded the first department of geriatrics in a U.S. medical school. He won the 1976 Pulitzer Prize for Why Survive?. He is co- author (with Dr. Myrna I. Lewis) of the books Aging and Mental Health and Love and Sex After 60. He is presently working on a book, The Longevity Revolution.

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Accession #:
2008-043

Name of Collection:
Butler, Robert N. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
5 record cartons

Restrictions:

Contents:
Additional materials from founding director of NIA.

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Accession #:
2004-052

Name of Collection:
Butler, Robert N. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
3 stuffed folders

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
3 folders of reviews and correspondence related to Butler's book "Why Survive? Being Old in America".

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Accession #:
2001-144

Name of Collection:
Caldwell, William.

Dates:

Quantity:
.75 ln. ft. (= 2 document cases)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Caldwell, William. Instructional Materials re: Online Searching

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Accession #:
1999-030

Name of Collection:
Campbell, Eugene Paul. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
3 ms. boxes (1.25 linear ft.)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Contains manuscripts, photos, reports, oral history transcripts, concerning public health and sanitization experiences in Central and South America and the Phillipines. Also concerns Institute of InterAmerican Affairs and the World Health Organization.

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Accession #:
2001-036

Name of Collection:
Campbell, Eugene Paul. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
1.25 lin. ft. (1 record carton)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:

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Accession #:
2013-011

Name of Collection:
Canham, John E. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 box

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Commander and Director, Letterman Army Institute of Research. Clinical nutritionist. Collection contains biog info, personnel records, photos (lantern slides separately donated to P&P), publications, articles about Canham, manuscripts, correspondence. Materials mostly relate to his US Army career, with some post-retirement consultation work for NIH Nutrition Study Section.

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Accession #:
2009-020

Name of Collection:
Central Surgical Association.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 cd-rom

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
2008-9 Board of Directors meeting agenda, minutes, reports

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Accession #:
2006-054

Name of Collection:
Chalmers, Thomas. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
c. .5 lin. ft.

Restrictions:
none

Contents:

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Accession #:
2011-024

Name of Collection:
Chanock, Robert.

Dates:

Quantity:
45 RC boxes

Restrictions:

Contents:
Additions to personal papers delivered from LID.

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Accession #:
2011-009

Name of Collection:
Chanock, Robert. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
191 lin. ft. (152 RC boxes + oversize)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Reprints, articles, chron files, meetings, NIAID Board of Scientifc Counselers notebooks, lab notes, books, awards, diplomas, photographs. Chanock: internationally renowned virologist who identified a baffling pathogen that infects the majority of infants and is the most common cause of life-threatening pneumonia in premature babies; the first to identify and characterize this pathogen, which he called human respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV. Six-decade career at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases in Bethesda, Dr. Chanock did wide-ranging and groundbreaking research on a number of stubborn and dangerous diseases, particularly those affecting children and babies. Equally admired by colleagues for his ability to foster a dynamic and creative environment in which other scientists also thrived. Members of his lab group identified the Norwalk virus, which causes intestinal flu, and did pioneering work on vaccines against hepatitis A and West Nile virus. They also developed the first vaccine for rotavirus

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Accession #:
1998-013

Name of Collection:
Chapman, Carleton B. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 ms box (.4 linear ft.)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
"Order out of chaos" materials--Chapman's book on John Shaw Billings.

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Accession #:
2002-070

Name of Collection:
Coghill, Dr. [Robert?].

Dates:

Quantity:
.21 lin. ft. (1/2 document case)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Reel to reel tape

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Accession #:
2009-064

Name of Collection:
Cohen, Stanley N. Oral history.

Dates:

Quantity:
.2 lin. ft. (1/2 document case)

Restrictions:

Contents:
One bound volume oral history: Stanley N. Cohen: Science biotechnology, and recombinant DNA - a personal history. 2009 publication of 1995 interviews by Sally Smith Hughes.

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Accession #:
2003-031

Name of Collection:
Collen, Morris F. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
2.5 lin. ft. (2 record cartons)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Medical informatics pioneer. Contains alphabetical biographical files of leaders in the field of medical informatics--research materials for his secondary history of the discipline.

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Accession #:
1999-022

Name of Collection:
Cornfield, Jerome. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
1/2 ms box (.2 linear ft.)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Contains 13 slides, correspondence and vitae on biostatistics.

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Accession #:
2006-032

Name of Collection:
Curlin, George. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
3.5 lin. ft. (3 record cartons)

Restrictions:

Contents:
HIV/AIDS vaccination, population control. NIAID official

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Accession #:
2001-111

Name of Collection:
Cutler, John.

Dates:
1969-1983

Quantity:
1.25 lin. ft. (1 record carton)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Correspondence, reprints, research studies and reports, background info. relating to Cutler's research on various vaginal contraceptive products and birth control methods. Focus on vaginal creams and spermacides and their effectiveness in reducing STDs, esp. gonorrhea and syphilis. 1970-1975 clinical research project on a “combined agent for disease prophylaxis and contraception aid [PRO-CON].” Cutler was Prof. at Univer. of Pitt Graduate School of Public Health.

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Accession #:
2007-030

Name of Collection:
Cutler, Max. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
1 RC, 1 lgl holl. 1 1/2 lgl Holl., 2 oversize

Restrictions:
none. Copyright not specifically transferred

Contents:
Developer of concentration radiotherapy for cancer treatment. Founded Chicago Tumor Institute in 1938 and was director until 1952. From 1952-1979 he had a private practice in Beverly Hills, Ca. Died 1984. Professional correspondence, reprints, audio recordings, photographs, typescript/unpublished biography, awards/plaques/oversize. Original deed of gift has no mention of copyright, only unrestricted physical access/donation.

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Accession #:
2008-055

Name of Collection:
Daly, John W. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
62.5 lin. Ft. (50 record cartons)

Restrictions:
None

Contents:
Complete set of reprints, correspondence, binders of research material,… Daly was a renowned chemist and leader in chemical ecology, biological chemistry, and pharmacological research. He was with NIH from 1958 to 2003, and was a scientist emeritus at NIDDK.

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Accession #:
2008-057

Name of Collection:
Daly, John W. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
37.5 lin. Ft. (30 record cartons)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Daly was a renowned chemist and leader in chemical ecology, biological chemistry, and pharmacological research. He was with NIH from 1958 to 2003, and was a scientist emeritus at NIDDK.

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Accession #:
2009-017

Name of Collection:
Davis, Karen.

Dates:
2005-2008

Quantity:
1 RC box

Restrictions:

Contents:
Congressional testimonies, presentations, Commonwealth Fund press releases; articles.

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Accession #:
2013-005

Name of Collection:
Davis, Karen. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
2 small boxes

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Publications and presentations/speaking engagements. Includes VHS tapes and cd-roms. Final donation as Director of Commonwealth Fund. Moved to John's-Hopkins.

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Accession #:
2005-023

Name of Collection:
Davis, Karen. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
2.5 lin. ft. (= 2 record cartons)

Restrictions:

Contents:

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Accession #:
2005-005

Name of Collection:
Davis, Karen. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
c.11.25 lin. ft. (=9 record cartons)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Davis is President of the Commonwealth Fund: a private foundation that supports independent research on health and social issues and makes grants to improve health care practice and policy. The Fund is dedicated to helping people become more informed about their health care, and improving care for vulnerable populations such as children, elderly people, low-income families, minority Americans, and the uninsured. The Fund's two national program areas are improving health insurance coverage and access to care and improving the quality of health care services. An international program in health policy is designed to stimulate innovative policies and practices in the U.S. and other industrialized nations. The Fund also make grants to improve health care in New York City, its own community. Established in 1918 by Anna M. Harkness Prior to joining the Fund in 1992, Davis was professor of economics and chairman of the Department of Health Policy and Management at The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

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Accession #:
2005-038

Name of Collection:
Davis, Karen. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
2.5 linear feet (2 record cartons)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:

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Accession #:
2010-018

Name of Collection:
DeBakey, Michael E. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
c.7 lin. ft.

Restrictions:
on loan; closed to researchers

Contents:
in 7 boxes received (Cravedi email stated 8 boxes): newspaper and magazine obituary and memorial articles; memorial guest books and sympathy cards; reprints of articles not written by Dr. DeBakey; miniature camera; address books; memorial certificates and plaques; two flags flown over U.S. Capital in honor of Dr. DeBakey;

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Accession #:
2009-031

Name of Collection:
DeBakey, Michael. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
244.5 lin. ft.

Restrictions:
on loan; closed to researchers

Contents:
On loan as of 5/15/2009. photographs, travel diary, correspondence files, financial records, awards, ceremonial robes, books, audio tapes, video tapes

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Accession #:
2013-034

Name of Collection:
Dempsey, Edward W. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
4.4 lin. ft. (3 record cartons, 1 misc.)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Correspondence, speeches, reports, testimonies, legislation offprints, photographs, commemorative bill-signing pens, personal and biographical information document his government service as Special Assistant to the Secretary of HEW under Anthony Celebrezze, as a member of the President's Commission on Heart Disease, Cancer and Stroke, chaired by Michael DeBakey, for which he was chair of the Manpower Committee. He also developed the legislation for acts creating the Regional Medical Program, community mental health centers, and financial aid programs for health professional students and schools and medical libraries. He was a member of a team of experts touring the Soviet Union under the auspices of the Surgeon General, Bill Kissick, with the mission of evaluating the quality of health-care delivery over the vast territories of the USSR. Some materials relate to his tenure as Dean of the Washington University Medical School and Professor of Anatomy at Columbia University.

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Accession #:
2011-034

Name of Collection:
DeVries, William. Interview

Dates:

Quantity:
1 mp3 audio file

Restrictions:

Contents:
An interview with Dr. Donald Lindberg, NLM Director and Dr. Tom Boles.

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Accession #:
2006-014

Name of Collection:
Dowling, Harry F. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
.20 lin. ft. (4 folders)

Restrictions:

Contents:
4 folders of Univ. of Illinois materials and obituraries and biographical articles.

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Accession #:
2011-042

Name of Collection:
Dublin, Louis I. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
.5 lin. ft. (2 folders)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Family photographs and award plaques.

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Accession #:
2009-056

Name of Collection:
Dublin, Louis. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
3 boxes

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
personal correspondence, medals/awards/diplomas, reel to reel tapes, photographs.

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Accession #:
2009-065

Name of Collection:
Dublin, Thomas D. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
7 RC boxes; loose oversize items

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
epidemiologist who helped design early field trials of Jonas Salk's polio vaccine and who became a medical director of the U.S. Public Health Service. consultant to the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis from 1953 to 1955, Dr. Dublin was enlisted as the medical field director to help test Salk's experimental polio vaccine. 1955, when he was named medical director of the Public Health Service. A specialist in epidemiology, he was particularly concerned about controlling contagious diseases and broadening the nation's health-care system. held several joint appointments as a senior scientist with the National Institutes of Health, including chief of the epidemiology and biometry branch of the National Institute of Arthritis and Metabolic Diseases from 1960 to 1966. Look for Louis I. Dublin papers mixed in and separate out.

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Accession #:
2005-040

Name of Collection:
Encyclopedia of Bioethics. Editorial files.

Dates:

Quantity:
5 linear feet (=4 record cartons + material)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:

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Accession #:
2009-048

Name of Collection:
Epstein, Samuel S. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
1.25 lin. ft. (1 record carton)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Environmental health files researching Chlordane/Heptachlor.

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Accession #:
2009-046

Name of Collection:
Epstein, Samuel. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
2.5 lin. ft. (2 record cartons)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Files relating to investigation of: Aldrin/Dieldrin, aplastic anemia, leukemia, lymphoma, myeloma, neuroblastoma, PCP, pulp bleaching/Dioxin, SEVESO, Vietnam veterans, Agent Orange, brain cancer, DBCP, organ cancers, respiratory agents, and a 1992 EPA Dioxin health assessment.

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Accession #:
2009-039

Name of Collection:
Epstein, Samuel. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
1.67 lin. ft. (1 record carton, 1 document case)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Files (articles and correspondence) relating to Dioxin, Dow Chemical, Agent Orange, Citizens v. Phenoxies, and 2,4-D, 2,4,5-T.

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Accession #:
2013-015

Name of Collection:
Fagan, Lawrence. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
5 record cartons

Restrictions:

Contents:
Records on MYCIN studies. 1997 Stanford introduction to Medical Informatics course videotapes.

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Accession #:
2011-048

Name of Collection:
FDA. The Legal Series

Dates:

Quantity:
2 videotapes; 2 transcripts

Restrictions:

Contents:
Two presentations in a series: The development and expansion of administrative procedurs (1994); The evolution of food and drug principles and practices (2004). VHS tapes and transcripts.

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Accession #:
2003-049

Name of Collection:
Gell, Charles F. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
7 record cartons

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Deaccesioned by U.Wyoming accepted by HMD as we possess existing Gell papers. Collections will be merged. Gell was an early aviation medicine researcher. Gell's chief contributions to aviation medicine dealt with the hazards of cosmic rays in space flight, the development of methods for quick freezing of mammals, and the problems of acceleration stress in flight.

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Accession #:
2008-065

Name of Collection:
Glueck, Bernard. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:

Restrictions:

Contents:
Bernard Glueck was born in Poland in 1884 [1883?] and moved with his family to Gary, Indiana in 1901. He graduated from Georgetown Medical School in 1908. He worked at Ellis Island from 1912-1916 as a public health doctor and examined immigrants. In 1917, he started the first psychiatric clinic at a U.S. prison at Sing Sing. He joined the army in 1918. Following WW I, he started a private practice in New York City and also taught at the New School for Social Research. In 1927, Dr. Glueck started a private psychiatric hospital called Stony Lodge in Ossining, New York. He retired in 1946 and turned control of the hospital over to his son, Bernard C. Glueck. He moved to North Carolina and did teaching and consulting work. Dr. Glueck died in 1972. The Bernard Glueck Collection consists of 12.30 cubic feet of material. The processed part of the collection includes the following: Four boxes of file folders – “Biographical Notes,” “Child Guidance,” “Sheldon and Eleanor Glueck,” “Old Correspondence,” “Psychopathology of Crime,” and “Organization of Social Services – Academic” – The folders contain drafts and typed papers by Dr. Glueck and others, handwritten drafts, notes, articles, clippings, and correspondence from other doctors, friends, medical associations, and the White House Conference on Child Health and Protection 44 manuscripts by Bernard Glueck – “A Chapter in Psychiatric Prophylazis,” “The Family from a Psychiatric Point of View,” “The New Understanding of Child Nature,” and “Psycho-Analytic Reflections on Two Youthful Murderers”

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Accession #:
1997-027

Name of Collection:
Goler, George W. Manuscript on public health in Rochester.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 1/2 Hollinger

Restrictions:

Contents:
Duplicate record of ACC 1997-27.

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Accession #:
1999-027

Name of Collection:
Goler, George W. Manuscript on public health in Rochester. [photocopy]

Dates:

Quantity:
1/2 ms. box (.2 linear ft.)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Contains 1 manuscript on public health in Rochester, NY between 1834-1911.

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Accession #:
1999-046

Name of Collection:
Gregg, Donald E. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
2.5 lin. ft. (2 record cartons)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Drafts and research material used for Gregg's book "The Coronary Circulation in Health and Disease," written for the Dept. of Cardiorespiratory Diseases, Walter Reed Institute of Research, Walter Reed Hospital. Notes, photographs, research files and slides.

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Accession #:
2011-019

Name of Collection:
H1N1 oral history project

Dates:

Quantity:
1 RC; digital files

Restrictions:

Contents:
The H1N1 Oral History Project was a collaboration between HMD and ASPR. is a collection of oral histories (36), meeting notes and other primary documents in written and multi-media formats that provide a record of the federal government's response efforts during the 2009 H1N1 pandemic. This collaborative project was conceived of by Dr Nicole Lurie, Assistant Secretary of Preparedness and Response (ASPR). HMD historian Sheena Morrison was embedded into weekly ASPR stand-up meetings to record meeting activities and collect ancillary public relations material. She later interviewed Federal employees from lead agencies engaged in the response efforts to record their thoughts and positions on policy issues, deliberations, and actions taken to protect the public's health. Another purpose of the oral histories was to provide a future knowledge base; if the country again faces the threat of influenza or other pandemics, it is likely that an in-depth knowledge of the lessons learned from the H1N1 response efforts will prove relevant.

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Accession #:
2011-038

Name of Collection:
Halsted Society. Records

Dates:

Quantity:
1 box

Restrictions:

Contents:
Annual meeting programs 2004-2010; group membership photos; business meetign minutes; post- conference corresp.; bulletins; member directory 2008; cd-roms.

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Accession #:
2010-004

Name of Collection:
Halsted Society. Records.

Dates:

Quantity:
5 lin. ft. (4 record cartons)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Contains records, c.1989-2008, relating to Halsted Society finances, dues, and ballots; files, by individual's name, for Society officers, membership directories, and annual meeting programs, minutes, and photographs.

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Accession #:
2006-020

Name of Collection:
Hastings Center. Records.

Dates:

Quantity:
c.322.45 lin. ft. (272 record cartons)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Director/co-founder and Associate records, board and fellow minutes, chron files, project files, visiting scholar and fellows project files, grants and development, general administrative records. The Hastings Center is an independent, nonpartisan, and nonprofit bioethics research institute founded in 1969. The Center's mission is to address fundamental ethical issues in the areas of health, medicine, and the environment as they affect individuals, communities, and societies. Much of the Center’s research addresses bioethics issues in three broad areas: care and decision making at the end of life, public health priorities, and new and emerging technologies. The Center draws on a world-wide network of experts, including an elected association of leading researchers influential in bioethics called Hastings Center Fellows. Research is carried out by interdisciplinary teams that convene to frame and examine issues that inform professional practice, public conversation, and social policy.

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Accession #:
2012-015

Name of Collection:
Healy, Bernadine. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
151.25 lin. ft. (114 record cartons)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Papers from Healy's tenure as NIH Director (1991-1993). Speeches, subject files, Congressional hearings planning and testimonies, clippings, media/press. Limited personal content.

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Accession #:
2013-007

Name of Collection:
Healy, Bernadine. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
20.17 lin. ft.(18 record cartons, 1 document case)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Red Cross videotapes, speeches, clippings, administrative files.

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Accession #:
2002-105

Name of Collection:
Henle, Werner. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
2.5 lin. ft. (2 record cartons)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Misc. lab notes (1980s), correspondence mainly with David Klein (1960s-80s), glass slides and negatives

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Accession #:
2010-016

Name of Collection:
Hill, Lister. Memorial proclamation

Dates:

Quantity:
1 item.

Restrictions:

Contents:
Broadside homage from NLM Board of Regents to Lister Hill honoring his retirement from public service.

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Accession #:
2013-017

Name of Collection:
Horder, John. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
1 folder

Restrictions:

Contents:
Letters and writings (poetry) from Avedis Donabedian separated from the bulk of Horder's personal papers that were donated to the Royal Gollege of General Practitioners in London.

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Accession #:
2004-005

Name of Collection:
Hormuth, Rudolf. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
2.5 lin. ft. (2 record cartons)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Rudolph Hormuth was a mental retardation specialist at the Children's' Bureau and HEW/HHS from 1957 through 2000. This accession contains a lot of printed pamphlets.

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Accession #:
2006-001

Name of Collection:
Huebner, Robert.

Dates:

Quantity:
.42 lin. ft. (1 doc. case)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
American virologist whose theory that certain genes, which he called oncogenes, are involved in cancer focused researchers' attention on finding them; during his years as chief of the Laboratory of Infectious Diseases at the National Institute of Arthritis and Infectious Diseases, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Md., his investigations paved the way for the discovery of viral causes of cancers and several other serious diseases and for the development of a number of vaccines and treatments (b. Feb. 23, 1914, Cheviot, Ohio--d. Aug. 26, 1998, Coatesville, Pa.).

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Accession #:
2004-003

Name of Collection:
Huth, Ed. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
.21 lin. ft.

Restrictions:

Contents:
Papers of one of the originators of this effort to create uniform rules for description for biomedical literature citations. Became joint venture of Annals of Internal Medicine (Huth), British Mediacl Journal and JAMA. Clinical Editor's Club was name of first group (1986-1972). Second group informally called the Vancouver Group formalized agreed upon protocols and rules in 1978; later called International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE)

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Accession #:
2007-056

Name of Collection:
Huth, Ed. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 folder

Restrictions:

Contents:
additional correspondence, reprints. Addition to Ed Huth Papers.

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Accession #:
2006-024

Name of Collection:
Huth, Edward J. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
.10 lin. ft. (1 folder)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Dr. Huth trained in internal medicine and engaged in fluid-electrolyte research before he began his service as the editor of Annals of Internal Medicine, the journal of the American College of Physicians. His editorship ran from 1971 to 1990. After his retirement he helped to launch the Online Journal of Current Clinical Trials, a project of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and served as its editor for two years. He has published four books, three of which have to do with medical writing. The most widely known is 'Writing and Publishing in Medicine', published by Williams & Wilkins. His most recently published book (American College of Physicians) is, Medicine in Quotations, a collection of over three thousand quotations illustrating the history of medicine as well as current issues in medical care and economics. Long known as the "Dean of American Medical Editors"

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Accession #:
2003-014

Name of Collection:
Illinois College of Optometry v Honeywell.

Dates:

Quantity:
.21 lin. ft. (1/2 document case)

Restrictions:

Contents:

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Accession #:
2009-033

Name of Collection:
Indian Health Service. Gold Book Oral History Collection

Dates:

Quantity:
55 transcripts; 1 DVD

Restrictions:

Contents:
Collection of IHS personnel interviews conducted as part of research for the Gold Book Project, a commemorative anniversary history for the HIS 50th anniversary.

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Accession #:
2009-035

Name of Collection:
Indian Health Service. Special Project Branch negatives

Dates:

Quantity:
3 card file boxes

Restrictions:

Contents:
Unframed slides. The majority of the slides are for the early environmental sanitation efforts associated with implementation of P.L. 86-121 "The Indian Sanitation Facilities Construction Act", but there are also tuberculosis sanitarium, nursing, nutrition, and other clinical and field health training and Public Relations related photos. The Special Project Branch was an early HIS training program. Two series: EH Prefix 1957-1964 1-2508; 1964 2100-2784.

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Accession #:
2002-039

Name of Collection:
Information on oral history holdings in other repositories

Dates:

Quantity:
.21 lin. ft. (1/2 document case)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:

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Accession #:
2001-158

Name of Collection:
International Librarianship

Dates:

Quantity:
.10 lin. ft. (=1/2 document case)

Restrictions:

Contents:
conferences and travels related to international medical librarianship

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Accession #:
2008-029

Name of Collection:
International Rehabilitation Center for Polio.

Dates:

Quantity:
4 lin. Ft. (3 record cartons)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Correspondence, notes, scrapbook items, photos, release forms and transcripts of interviews relating to individual subjects in the Polio Oral History Project. Includes 64 compact discs and 155 audiocassettes of interviews.

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Accession #:
2013-013

Name of Collection:
Interviews with certain pioneers in cardiac surgery

Dates:

Quantity:
1 vol; 11 cd-roms

Restrictions:

Contents:
Printed volume containing interview transcripts, plus 11 cd-roms with digitized copies of original audio recordings. Interviewees are Henry Swan, Ake Senning, Clarence Dennis, Clarence Crafoord, Wilfred Bigelow, Dwight Harken, Gerard Brom, Charles Hufnagel, Walton Lillehei

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Accession #:
2006-002

Name of Collection:
Jablonski, Stanley. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
.42 (1 document case)

Restrictions:
copyright not public domain

Contents:
Working files and publication drafts Jablonski was working on at time of his death, collected from his NLM office. "Cholesterol and its role in heart disease", "Medical English at the crossroads".

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Accession #:
2000-055

Name of Collection:
Jarcho, Saul. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
11.25 lin. ft. (9 record cartons)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:

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Accession #:
2001-032

Name of Collection:
Jarcho, Saul. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
2.92 lin. ft. (2 record cartons, 1 document case, 1 cardfile box)

Restrictions:
see restriction in donor file - 5 yrs

Contents:

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Accession #:
2002-063

Name of Collection:
Jarcho, Saul. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
.10 lin. ft. (2 folders)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Unfinished manuscript and notes for his "Tree of Life" project. Stored with Acc 795/box 5.

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Accession #:
2001-014

Name of Collection:
Jarcho, Saul. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
16.25 lin. ft. (1 record carton, 15 cardfile boxes)

Restrictions:

Contents:

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Accession #:
2005-008

Name of Collection:
Jokl, Ernst. Bibliography.

Dates:

Quantity:
2 lists

Restrictions:

Contents:

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Accession #:
2006-031

Name of Collection:
Kaiser Permanente. Medical Informatics interview collection.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 transcript

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Ledley interview

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Accession #:
2009-066

Name of Collection:
Kantrowitz, Adrian. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
3 oversize boxes

Restrictions:

Contents:
Egg signed by attendees of 1968 cardiac transplant meeting held in Cape Town, 2 U-shaped blood pumps, photos, misc. papers.

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Accession #:
2009-049

Name of Collection:
Kantrowitz, Adrian. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
3 transfer cases

Restrictions:
patient records

Contents:
DAPSH and DAPMM patients

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Accession #:
2009-043

Name of Collection:
Kantrowitz, Adrian. Papers

Dates:
1980-1991

Quantity:
3 transfer cases

Restrictions:

Contents:
two-bed heart surgery study area; Maimonodes operating room schedules and research meeting notes and Montefore corresp.; Sanai Hospital grant HE11173 materials; events, meetings and conferences

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Accession #:
2010-027

Name of Collection:
Kantrowitz, Adrian. Papers

Dates:
1975-76

Quantity:
6 lin. ft. (2 transfiles)

Restrictions:

Contents:
ERDA artificial heart project (1975-76); misc. 'Other' (1950-1968); books and articles; balloon pump dr. names; chron files; cooperative study books 1967-69.

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Accession #:
2011-036

Name of Collection:
Kantrowitz, Adrian. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
1.88 lin. Ft. (1 record carton, 1 1/2 document cases)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Correspondence, programs, abstracts, and articles related to meetings and talks given by Dr. Adrian Kantrowitz from November 1967 through October 1969.

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Accession #:
2010-025

Name of Collection:
Kantrowitz, Adrian. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
1.67 lin. ft. (1 record carton, 1 document case)

Restrictions:
None

Contents:
Files: Miscellaneous correspondence (1970-77); Operating room committee (1961); Misc. correspondence Maimonides (1961); Haskell Shanks (1971-72); MAV study patient (1971); Correspondents A-Z (1971); University of Utah/Kolff; Wayne State University; Dwight E. Harken; Alfred Hurwitz; Evans/Battelle; Abram article; Professor J. Vasku; Bladder stimulator (1968); animal charges (1969); Dr. Katzive correspondence; Maimonides hospital; Minneapolis visit (1955); Palamar productions (1973); Leonard/Litwack; Black leader notebook (1949); 6013; Proceedings of Cape Town Transplant Conference (1968); photographs of Kantrowitz and airplane.

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Accession #:
2009-042

Name of Collection:
Kantrowitz, Adrian. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
4.75 lin. ft. (4 record cartons)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Meetings and talks given at conferences by Adrian Kantrowitz, 1969-2008.

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Accession #:
2011-031

Name of Collection:
Kapikian, Albert. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
12 RC boxes

Restrictions:

Contents:
Additional contents.

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Accession #:
2011-027

Name of Collection:
Kapikian, Albert. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
54 RC boxes

Restrictions:

Contents:
Dr. Kapikian created the rotavirus vaccine which is currently used in developing nations. Correspondence dating back to the 1950s which, among other topics, follow the discovery of rotavirus and Norwalk virus, correspondence relating to epidemiological outbreaks. Collection consists primarily of professional meeting files, with some correspondence files.

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Accession #:
2013-006

Name of Collection:
Kapikian, Albert. Papers.

Dates:
1970-2012)

Quantity:
16.5 lin. ft. (14 boxes)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Additional office correspondence, c.1990-2012; contract progress reports; patent correspondence; some reprints; some 35mm slides; some glass lantern slides.

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Accession #:
2010-001

Name of Collection:
Kennedy, Thomas J., Jr. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
18.75 lin. ft. (15 record cartons)

Restrictions:
None

Contents:
Donation contains materials collected by Kennedy as part of a project to write a biography/history of former NIH director James A. Shannon and his tenure at NIH, as well as material generated through Kennedy’s own work at NIH and with the American Association of Medical Colleges. Papers include notes, correspondence, interview transcripts, information related to Congressional hearings, work on advisory committees, and participation at conferences, and other material. The material dates from the late 1950s through about 2006.

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Accession #:
2009-030

Name of Collection:
Kimes, Brian.

Dates:

Quantity:
7.5 lin. ft.

Restrictions:

Contents:
Cancer Centers Program files: history and background, legislative history, funding, grants; Centers for AIDS Research (CFAR) files; Centers, Training, and Resources Program (CTRP) files: board files, informatics, grants; clinical research issues, NCAB meeting minutes, Cancer Center directors' workshops, SPORE Investigators' workshops; NCI programs, projects, grants, funding; various presentations; reading files; staffing and organization files; Cancer Center Biostatistics Directors working group files; Cancer Centers Program working group files; P30/P50 working group files.

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Accession #:
2001-029

Name of Collection:
King, Charles Glen. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 lin. ft. (1 record carton)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Correspondence, documents and articles pertaining to the career of Charles Glen King.

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Accession #:
2001-057

Name of Collection:
King, Charles Glen. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
.42 lin. ft. (1 doc. case ltr)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:

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Accession #:
2011-008

Name of Collection:
Kirschstein, Ruth L. Oral history

Dates:
08/16/1999

Quantity:
.01 lin. ft. (6 transcripts (802 KB))

Restrictions:
no deed/release

Contents:
Transcripts from interview sessions 3, and 5-9, plus pre-interview questionaire. No information about sessions 1-2, or 4.

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Accession #:
2011-011

Name of Collection:
Kirschstein, Ruth L. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
12 lin. ft. (8 boxes + oversize)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Contents of Kirschtein's Bldg 1 office at time of her death. Mostly incomplete: subject files, presentations, conflict of interest committee work, plaques/awards, photos.

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Accession #:
2000-031

Name of Collection:
Kobell, Paul. Group Health Association papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
.42 lin. ft. (1 document case)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Brochures, publications, annual reports, ballots and correspondence provided by GHA to its members; some newspaper clippings about GHA; a copy of Humana's sale proposal; some initial correspondence from Humana to former GHA members.

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Accession #:
2009-024

Name of Collection:
Lasker Foundation. Awards archives

Dates:

Quantity:
2 boxes

Restrictions:
Nomination books closed for 25 years (2034)

Contents:
Lasker Award nomination books for 2008-2009. Awards ceremony publications for 2008.

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Accession #:
2009-018

Name of Collection:
Lederberg, Joshua

Dates:

Quantity:
1 RC

Restrictions:

Contents:

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Accession #:
2009-022

Name of Collection:
Ledley, Robert S./National Biomedical Research Foundation. Archives.

Dates:

Quantity:
20 lin. ft. (16 record cartons)

Restrictions:
None

Contents:
Reprints, slides, videocassettes and photographs; survey of information and computer science; files related to Homeland Security, EMI Ltd., Pfizer, and vectorcardiograpy.

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Accession #:
2008-056

Name of Collection:
Ledley, Robert S./National Biomedical Research Foundation. Archives.

Dates:

Quantity:
22.5 lin. Ft. (18 record cartons)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Yale University contract files, computerized tomography literature, oral diagnoses, miscellaneous. Boxes 113 - 130 of ongoing series.

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Accession #:
2008-067

Name of Collection:
Ledley, Robert S./National Biomedical Research Foundation. Archives.

Dates:

Quantity:
25 lin. Ft. (20 record cartons)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Read files, radiation therapy program, conference and seminar programs, books, grant applications, ACTA tapes, slides of: computers in medicine, ultrasound, ACTA book, Adad, Dridac, Fidac, Macdac. Boxes 144 - 161 of ongoing series.

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Accession #:
2008-050

Name of Collection:
Ledley, Robert S./National Biomedical Research Foundation. Archives.

Dates:

Quantity:
39.75 lin. Ft. (31 record cartons)

Restrictions:
None

Contents:
NBRF, SBIR, and NIH grants and grant proposals, PIR reprints, NBRF historical files, "Use of computers and biology in medicine" manuscript, legal correspondence, Metachrome files, Texac files and manuals, Pattern Recognition Society files.

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Accession #:
2008-058

Name of Collection:
Ledley, Robert S./National Biomedical Research Foundation. Archives.

Dates:

Quantity:
16.25 lin. Ft. (13 record cartons)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Pfizer lease files, MC/ACTA, PMS memos, Cenog files and slides, Board of Directors meeting documents. Boxes #131 - 143 in ongoing series.

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Accession #:
2008-045

Name of Collection:
Ledley, Robert S./National Biomedical Research Foundation. Archives.

Dates:

Quantity:
36.25 lin. Ft. (29 record cartons)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Cenog materials; Deanza patent case files; grant applications; RSL papers; 3-D imaging system patent files; patentability investigation files; Dr. Ledley's 1995 notebooks; NBR materials. [boxes 53 to 81]

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Accession #:
2008-077

Name of Collection:
Ledley, Robert S./National Biomedical Research Foundation. Archives.

Dates:

Quantity:
29 lin. Ft. (23 record cartons, 2 files of glass slides)

Restrictions:

Contents:
VHS tapes, vector cardiography conference, Cenog, card monitor photos, U.S. and Pfizer patents, radiographic lectur ematerial, computerized tomography, NBR reports, Metachrome, Ledley publications and notebooek, ACTA bone project, Malaga file, fatal cells project, slides of: NASA, AGA, V/scan, ACTA book 1, GUDFU book. Boxes 162 - 184 of ongoing series.

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Accession #:
2008-038

Name of Collection:
Ledley, Robert S./National Biomedical Research Foundation. Archives.

Dates:

Quantity:
37.50 lin. Ft. (30 record cartons)

Restrictions:
None

Contents:
NBRF correspondence and administrative files; PIR grants, grant backgrounds, manuals, and references; Georgetown computer files; Ledley's NIH office files [boxes 28 - 52]

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Accession #:
2008-036

Name of Collection:
Ledley, Robert S./National Biomedical Research Foundation. Archives.

Dates:

Quantity:
32.5 lin. Ft. (26 record cartons)

Restrictions:

Contents:
[Wikipedia] Robert Steven Ledley (born 28 June 1924) pioneered the use of digital electronic computers in biology and medicine. In 1959 he wrote two influential articles in the journal Science: "Reasoning Foundations of Medical Diagnosis" (with Lee B. Lusted) and "Digital Electronic Computers in Biomedical Science". Both articles encouraged biomedical researchers and physicians to adopt computer technology. In 1960 he established the National Biomedical Research Foundation (NBRF), a non-profit research organization dedicated to promoting the use of computers and electronic equipment in biomedical research. At the NBRF Ledley pursued several major projects: the early 1960s development of the Film Input to Digital Automatic Computer (FIDAC), which automated the analysis of chromosomes; the creation in 1965 of the Atlas of Protein Sequence and Structure (edited by Margaret O. Dayhoff); the invention of the Automatic Computerized Transverse Axial (ACTA) whole-body CT scanner in the mid 1970s; and the establishment of the Protein Information Resource in 1984. Ledley also served as editor of several major peer-reviewed biomedical journals. In 1990, Ledley was inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame. He was awarded the National Medal of Technology by President Bill Clinton in 1997.

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Accession #:
2004-046

Name of Collection:
Lesser, May. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 legal flat box

Restrictions:

Contents:
DAB wants this preserved--he likes the woman's art. Lesser is an artist that does some medical- themed work. This includes two monographs, some sample photos and correspondence between Lesser and DAB.

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Accession #:
2001-137

Name of Collection:
Ley, Herbert L., Jr. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
11.98 lin. ft. (9 record cartons, 1 doc. case, 1/2 doc case, 1 flat st. box)

Restrictions:
Consultant files closed 20 years from create date

Contents:
Former FDA Commissioner during the Nixon admin. Contains primarily records from post-FDA period when Ley operated consulting business. Many files relate to court testimony re: drug lawsuits. Ley acted as expert witness for drug firms and private individs. Also records relating to Ley's involvement developing Mexico's FDA-type agency. Other papers from FDA period and his activities as physician during Korean War to be added.

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Accession #:
2002-009

Name of Collection:
Ley, Herbert L., Jr. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
8.75 lin. ft. (7 record cartons)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Reprints classed by disease, U.S. Army Reserve correspondence and records, articles authored and co-authored by Ley, development of chlormycetin in Malaya. Articles, artifacts, clippings, correspondence, manuscripts, notes, photographs, reprints, reports

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Accession #:
2006-051

Name of Collection:
Ley, Herbert L., Jr. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
8 boxes

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
FDA commissioner office files; speeches and congressional testimony; congratulatory letters; professional photographs; Congressional Hearing publications; additional testimony/reports as material expert (post-FDA commissionership); 3 boxes clippings/publications related to FDA political stories, personal leadership of FDA, FDA/HEW/Nixon politics, etc.

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Accession #:
2009-047

Name of Collection:
Lieberman, Benjamin. Trip to conferences in London and Moscow.

Dates:

Quantity:
.2 lin. ft. (1/2 document case)

Restrictions:
None

Contents:
Contains handwritten notes, a program, photos, and other materials related to the 15th International Physiological Congress held in Moscow and Leningrad in August, 1935. The materials include accounts of travel in Poland and other locales.

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Accession #:
2008-047

Name of Collection:
Lieberman, E. James.

Dates:

Quantity:
.10 lin. Ft. (1 folder)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Copies of correspondence with Joshua Lederberg (1969), clippings of articles by or quoting Dr. Lieberman (1970), and reprints of two articles by Dr. Lieberman on the effect of the Vietman war on American families (1970-71).

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Accession #:
2006-037

Name of Collection:
Loomis, Evarts. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
3.5 lin. ft. (2 record cartons, +)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Correpondence, biographical, case histories, Sounders Meadow

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Accession #:
2006-021

Name of Collection:
Loomis, Evarts. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
c.82 lin ft. (82 containers of various sizes)

Restrictions:
no copyright; permission to publish

Contents:
Regarded as "the father of holistic medicine," Evarts G. Loomis, MD, is an internationally known homeopathic physician, surgeon, author, lecturer. It was at Haverford that Evarts made a major career shift. While a third-year biology major, he happened to pick up a pamphlet about the career of Albert Schweitzer, whose life was dedicated to ameliorating the suffering of natives who had no access to skilled medical care. Evarts was taken by his concepts of "welt-anschauung" (world view) and "reverence for life." That night, he picked up a phone and informed his parents that he was shifting to pre-med. World War II served as a surgeon with the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Association in Algeria. Bored by a lack of surgical cases, he requested and was assigned by the Friends Ambulance Unit (Quaker) to the bombed-out city of Tenchung, China. There, in a converted ancestor worship temple, he directed a hospital and clinic and, along with an international medical team, treated civilians, as well as Chinese and American military personnel. They eventually purchased Meadowlark, a property once owned by movie magnate Louis B. Mayer. In 1958, America's first holistic medical live-in retreat welcomed its first guest. The following year, Evarts inaugurated a series of three groundbreaking inter-professional conferences to explore the nature of the healing process. In 1973 he inaugurated a preceptorship program for medical students. As executive director of Meadowlark, Evarts and his staff treated more than 6,000 guests before finishing his pioneering work in 1991. The overall program had considerable success in treating arthritis, cancer, and other chronic illnesses. Http://www.ahha.org/articles/LoomisBio.htm

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Accession #:
2011-029

Name of Collection:
Lunin, Lois F. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
19 boxes

Restrictions:

Contents:
Lunin was a pioneer in the field of medical informatics. ASIS&T.

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Accession #:
2013-016

Name of Collection:
Lusted, Lee. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
3.75 lin. ft. (3 record cartons)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Bound set of reprints and other writings. Lusted's personal bioinformatics library given to Stanford by widow Winnie and kept for sentimental reasons.

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Accession #:
2001-081

Name of Collection:
Lusted, Lee. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
1.25 lin. ft. (1 record carton)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Materials relating to adaptation of computer methods to medical diagnosis; medical informatics at NLM. Correspondence, publications, photographs, negatives, reports.

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Accession #:
1999-019

Name of Collection:
Lyster, Theodore Charles. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 ms box (.4 linear ft.)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Contains 2 audio tapes, 2 transcripts, material from other collections, 1 manuscript, 4 journals, and obituaries pertaining to yellow fever, aviation medicine, Walter Reed, and the Rockefeller Foundation.

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Accession #:
2006-064

Name of Collection:
Magee, Warren E. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
18 lin. ft. (18 record cartons)

Restrictions:
yes, legal records. Copyright retained by donor

Contents:
16 boxes of files directly relating to cases Mr. Magee defended or consulted about involving medical organizations. These include the American Psychiatric Association, American Association of Ophthalmologists, Medical Society of D. C., American Orthoptic Council, and Medical Service of D. C. One Medical Society of D. C. file has a case alleging illness due to a polio vaccination. The American Psychiatric Association files have suits filed against individual psychiatrists. There is a case concerning certification with the American Orthoptic Council. There are also folders of health related meetings, conferences, and issues such as Medicare and National Health Insurance. The collection also has individual client files dealing with medical issues and insurance. Washington D.C. attorney, noted for defending a Nazi ambassador at the Nuremberg Trials and Joe McCarthy. Magee defended the AMA etc in the landmark 1938 anti-trust suit vs. GHA. He was general council to the APA and several other professional medical organizations.

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Accession #:
2010-002

Name of Collection:
Mahaffey, Kathryn R. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
39 boxes (34 RC; 5 transfer cases)

Restrictions:
None

Contents:
Research/subject files; secondary research articles/journals (significant amount); conference proceedings. Kathryn R. Mahaffey passed away peacefully in her sleep June 2, 2009 after decades of work that advanced the nation’s health and environment. She is remembered as a beloved wife, mother, scientist and community member who served as a source of inspiration with her principled and tireless intellect. She was the rare scientist who knew how to apply the lessons from academic research to protect the public heath. Her work changed the face of epidemic heavy metal poisoning, endocrine disruptors and many other environmental pollutants that afflict children, pregnant women and at-risk populations. Literally millions of children have avoided the tragedy of lead and mercury poisoning as a consequence of her work. Dr. Mahaffey was the first to ensure that the number of lead poisoned children in the US was determined accurately through the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey in the 1970s,

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Accession #:
2001-159

Name of Collection:
Mahoney, Florence. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
3.3 linear feet (2 record cartons, 1 cardfile box)

Restrictions:
copyright retained by robinson except for OH's.

Contents:
Research on the life of Florence Mahoney conducted by Judith Robinson.

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Accession #:
2004-035

Name of Collection:
Mahoney, Florence. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
.42 lin. ft. (1 document case)

Restrictions:
None

Contents:
Letters relating to her health advocacy work primarily with Claude Pepper, Albert and Mary Lasker, Paul Glenn. Also materials related to her work on the National Adivsory Child Health and Human Development Council (ca. 1967).

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Accession #:
2008-037

Name of Collection:
Maier, Franz J. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
42.5 lin. Ft. (17 record cartons)

Restrictions:
None

Contents:
Franz J. Maier was a sanitary engineer with the PHS Dept. of Dental Health. Collection devoted exclusively to fluoridation of drinking water. Includes reprints on fluoridation, water standards, fluorspar; files devoted to fluoridation equipment and plants; information on patents, fluoridation laws; reports on fluoridation on municipal and national levels (including central and south American countries); several issues of both American Journal of Public Health and the Journal of the American Water Works Association; also some interspersed photographs and correspondence. F. J. Maier was born in Royersford, PA in 1909. He graduated from Lehigh University, and received his masters in chemical engineering from Harvard. He joined the Public Health Service in 1932, and was a consulting sanitary engineer based in Maryland, specializing in the study of water fluoridation. He was the sanitary engineer director at the US Public Health Service’s Division of Dental Health. He also worked for the Pan American Health Organization. In 1963, he retired from the Public Health Service (with the rank of captain) as chief of laboratory research on fluoridation. During his retirement years, he was a consultant for the World Health Organization. He passed away in 1988.

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Accession #:
2009-026

Name of Collection:
Mancusi-Ungaro, Pier

Dates:

Quantity:
7 diplomas, 1 CD

Restrictions:

Contents:
Dr. Mancusi-Ungaro represents the 12th consecutive generation of physicians in his family, first in Italy and beginning circa 1900, in the U.S. This set of diplomas earned by his ancestors includes degrees dated 1652, 1693, and 1783. Diplomas were examined, minimally cleaned, and sealed in poly by Rachel-Ray Cleveland, April 2009. Currently stored in B2 cage area, AMMP mapcase #4.

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Accession #:
1997-032

Name of Collection:
Mantel, Harry. Documentary of Cancer: The Second and Final War, 1985-1986.

Dates:

Quantity:
2 large cartons originally. 6 acid free cartons (7.50 linear ft.)

Restrictions:

Contents:
One inch master tape on the Documentary of Cancer:The Second and Final War,1985-1986. Audio cassette tapes on Mantel interviews with prominent scientists and congressional staff on the war against cancer and the lack of funds. Aired over PBS TV Stations 1986-1988. "This program was independently, and primarily, produced for public television and was first distributed to PBS stations nationwide by satellite on May 145, 1986. Copyright 1986 Harry Mantel World Films LTD. All Rights Reserved."

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Accession #:
1997-030

Name of Collection:
Mantel, Harry. Documentary of Cancer: The Second and Final War, 1985-1986.

Dates:

Quantity:
6 large cartons originally. 11 acid free cartons (13.75 linear ft.)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Mr. Harry Mantel was a broadcast journalist for NBC from 1980-83. One video cassette tape Harry Mantel, Cancer: The Second and Final War, World Films LTD. Mr. Mantel recorded and edited the 74 video cassette taped interviews with prominent scientists, health organizations, and congressional staff pertaining to the Documentary of Cancer: The Second and Final War, 1985- 1986. Transcripts and articles are included with the collection. Several one inch master tapes are included.

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Accession #:
2011-043

Name of Collection:
Margolis, Frederick J. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
.42 lin ft. (2 folders)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Additional correspondence and project files.

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Accession #:
2002-082

Name of Collection:
Margolis, Frederick J. Papers.

Dates:
1955-1975)

Quantity:
2.5 lin. ft. ( 2 record cartons)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Accompanies film collection in HAV. Written documentation of filmaking process, work with educational and professional medical communities to fund making and distribution of films. Margolis was a pediatrician at the Wayne State Medical School. Margolis and Wayne State worked with pharmaceutical companies CIBA and Lilly, and Gerber, to get grants and marketing assistance. Film series topics include physical diagnosis, infant feeding for new mothers, poison prevention and anti-drug messages for children, oral lesions, coughing, tooth staining effects of tetracycline.

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Accession #:
2002-026

Name of Collection:
Margolis, Frederick J. Papers.

Dates:
1986-1996

Quantity:
.42 lin. ft. (1 document case)

Restrictions:
None

Contents:
Dr. Margolis was an educational filmaker, esp. on topics such as communicable diseases and physical diagnoses. Worked in Detroit, MI at Wayne State University. Film collection in HAV.

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Accession #:
2012-020

Name of Collection:
Margolis, Frederick. Papers

Dates:
1990s

Quantity:
1 box

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Additional correspondence and contract files related to training film productions; 6 VHS tapes.

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Accession #:
2012-017

Name of Collection:
Markush, Robert E. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
16 boxes

Restrictions:

Contents:
Dr. Markush was Chief of Epidemiology at NIMH in the 1960s and 1970s. He was also a founder of the DC chapter of the Medical Committee for Human Rights. Dr. Markush did pioneering research on links between birth control pills and stroke; gun ownership and increased mortality; and other public health matters.

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Accession #:
1999-041

Name of Collection:
McNinch, Joseph. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 framed certificate of appreciation, 1 ms. Box (.4 linear ft.)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Contains framed glass Certificate of Appreciation for contributions to delivery of health care in the U.S. 6 file folders on NLM, Veterans Affairs, Military(Army), and the American Hospital Association. He was director of NLM from 1946-1949.

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Accession #:
2002-060

Name of Collection:
Medical Society of the District of Columbia. Records.

Dates:

Quantity:
1.25 lin. ft. (1 record carton)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Correspondence and committee files.

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Accession #:
2002-011

Name of Collection:
Medical translations

Dates:

Quantity:
1.25 lin. ft. (11 vol.)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Typed English translations of important medical articles by Doerr, Kolle, Waserman, Ehrlich, Castaigne, etc. Notable are works on milk (1892-1926), transmission of immunity (1880-1904; esp. Paul Ehrlich's "On immunity through transmission and milk"), and respiratory anaphlaxis (1910). Primarly European authors, with some Americans interspersed.

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Accession #:
2004-067

Name of Collection:
Mider, George Burroughs. Papers.

Dates:
1975-1978

Quantity:
.5 l.f.

Restrictions:

Contents:
Talks and speeches (1952-1959) while Associate Director of Research NCI; business correspondence re: NIH history during Shannon era and personal correspondence to Martin Cummings (NLM).

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Accession #:
2009-023

Name of Collection:
Mikuriya, Tod.

Dates:

Quantity:
2 boxes

Restrictions:

Contents:
slides, cannabis images, email printouts, other documentation.

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Accession #:
2011-028

Name of Collection:
Mikuriya, Tod. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
1 box

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Medical Marijuana-related buttons, pins, stickers, cloth patches, buckles, business cards ephemera.

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Accession #:
2013-028

Name of Collection:
Mikuriya, Tod. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
1 box

Restrictions:

Contents:
High school yearbook, medical marijuana topical DVDs, newsclippings, audiocassettes, rough cut and final cut of Lincoln Godfrey's Tod Mikuriya documentary film, miniDVcams of recorded tv news shows/events, VHS training tapes, audiocassette diary of genealogical trip to Japan, subject files, personal correspondence.

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Accession #:
2009-005

Name of Collection:
Mikuriya, Tod. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
4 boxes

Restrictions:

Contents:
Medical marijuna t-shirt collection, photos, memorial book, bibliography cards. Dr. Tod H. Mikuriya, a California psychiatrist, was widely regarded as the grandfather of the medical marijuana movement in the United States. Dr. Mikuriya, who helped make the use of marijuana for medicinal purposes legal in California, spent the last four decades publicly advocating its use, researching its effects and publishing articles on the subject. He was an architect of Proposition 215, the state ballot measure that in 1996 made it legal for California doctors to recommend marijuana for seriously ill patients. He was also a founder of the California Cannabis Research Medical Group and its offshoot, the Society of Cannabis Clinicians. Http://www.nytimes.com/2007/05/29/health/29mikuriya.html

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Accession #:
2013-004

Name of Collection:
Mikuriya, Tod. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
7.6 lin. ft. (6 record cartons, 1 flat box, 1 oversize folder)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Medical marijuana ephemera, packaging samples, videotapes/audiocassettes related to medical maijuana and biofeedback, policy and legal documents, open reel tape and diary from his seminal medical marijuana research trip to India, plaques and framed items/awards.

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Accession #:
2009-021

Name of Collection:
Mikuriya, Tod. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 RC; 1 poster box

Restrictions:

Contents:
additional t-shirts, patches, ephemera, books, photos. Oversize plaque/clippings

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Accession #:
2009-015

Name of Collection:
Mikuriya, Tod. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
23 lin. Ft. (21 boxes, 4 o/s folders)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Articles, correspondence, promotional material involving the use and legalization of medicinal marijuana.

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Accession #:
2009-014

Name of Collection:
Mikuriya, Tod. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
10 lin. Ft. (=10 record cartons)

Restrictions:
None

Contents:
Articles, correspondence, promotional material involving the use and legalization of medicinal marijuana.

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Accession #:
2009-009

Name of Collection:
Mikuriya, Tod. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
c.72 lin. Ft. (72 boxes)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Medical marijuana - videotaped news stories and interviews, correspondence, subject files.

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Accession #:
2007-046

Name of Collection:
Miles, Wyndham D. A History of the National Board of Health, 1879-1893.

Dates:

Quantity:
.21 lin. ft. (1 volume)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
deaccessioned

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Accession #:
2002-049

Name of Collection:
Miles, Wyndham D. John Shaw Billings files.

Dates:
1983-84

Quantity:
2.52 lin. ft. (6 document cases)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Files created by Wyndham Miles that synopsize the contents of John Shaw Billings correspondence.

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Accession #:
2002-059

Name of Collection:
Miles, Wyndham D. Miscellaneous files.

Dates:

Quantity:
1.25 lin. ft. (1 record carton)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:

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Accession #:
2003-038

Name of Collection:
Miles, Wyndham D. NIH papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
.42 lin. ft (1 document case)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Miles's research files including some official records and correspondence. Subjects: Interdepartmental Social Hygiene Board and Leprosy.

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Accession #:
2002-050

Name of Collection:
Miles, Wyndham D. Organizational handbooks.

Dates:

Quantity:
.21 lin. ft. (1/2 document case, lgl)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
NIH organization handbooks, "Industrial College of the Armed Forces," and "Research and the NIH."

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Accession #:
2002-040

Name of Collection:
Miles, Wyndham D. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
.84 lin. ft. (2 document cases)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:

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Accession #:
1999-036

Name of Collection:
Military Sanitary Corps, Philippines

Dates:

Quantity:
1 ms. box (.4 linear ft.)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Contains receipts, salary requests, and official documents of Felix Saks, account books and Red Cross accounts in the Phillipines, of military hospitals and military sanitary corps.

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Accession #:
2011-020

Name of Collection:
Moloney, John B. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
2 RC

Restrictions:

Contents:
Moloney was viral oncologist at NCI during the 1950s-1970s. He was the last head of the Special Virus Cancer Program before its disbanding in 1971. He led a 1973 scientist exchange between US and Russia. Discoverer of the mouse leukemia retroviruses that bear his name. Frederick Cancer Research Center planning/strategic/reports; SVCP planning/strategic/reports; Russia exchange program; cancer cell photos; misc notes, etc.; Russia photos; personal/biographical; research summaries; admin.

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Accession #:
2010-029

Name of Collection:
Moss, Ralph. Albert Szent-Gyorgi interview collection

Dates:

Quantity:
11 audiocassette tapes; 60 CD-ROM duplication masters

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Interviews conducted by Moss with Szent-Gyorgi, Gabor Fodor and Peter Gascyone at Woods Hole, Mass. 1 tape with Moss and Szent Gyorgi public event "Cancer dialogue". Includes 13 CD-ROM copy master dupes; 47 CD-ROM master WAV files.

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Accession #:
2011-030

Name of Collection:
Murphy, Brian. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
61 RC boxes; 1 OS rubber bin

Restrictions:

Contents:
Murphy was instrumental in resurrecting Flumist in the laboratory and led the phase 1 clinical trials.

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Accession #:
2000-018

Name of Collection:
National Cancer Institute (U.S.) Oral history project.

Dates:

Quantity:
1.25 lin. ft. (1 record carton)

Restrictions:
none. NCI holds copyright.

Contents:
Twenty-six bound transcripts of National Cancer Institute members' oral histories. A series of oral histories conducted by History Associates of former NCI Directors, researchers, administrators and other non-NCI individuals, who also played a part in founding of the NCI.

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Accession #:
2007-058

Name of Collection:
National Center for Homeopathy (U.S.)

Dates:

Quantity:
5 LF

Restrictions:

Contents:
Collection of weeded materials from donation to HMD Books Section. Some NCH organization archives plus manuscript volumes collected for the NCH library. Two punch-card file systems used for diagnosis and treatment of various diseases using homeopathic techniques. Cards record diseases with symptoms and herbal treatments.

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Accession #:
1998-001

Name of Collection:
National Institute of Dental Research (U.S.)

Dates:

Quantity:
1 record carton (1.25 linear ft.)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Contains correspondence, publications, press releases, and clippings on community water fluoridation and its history.

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Accession #:
1999-010

Name of Collection:
National Institute of Mental Health (U.S.) Speeches of former directors.

Dates:

Quantity:
2 record cartons (2.5 linear ft.)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Contains 4 bound volumes of speeches by Robert Felix, Director NIMH 1948-1964, 6 bound volumes and 1 binder of speeches by Stanley Yolles, Director NIMH, on mental health.

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Accession #:
2004-047

Name of Collection:
Native American and Pacific Islanders health miscellany

Dates:

Quantity:
1 mss. Box

Restrictions:

Contents:
Brochures and monographs related to Indian and Pacific Islander health issues. DAB wants this saved.

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Accession #:
2012-023

Name of Collection:
NCI Small Business Innovation Research Program. Records

Dates:

Quantity:
c.3.75 lin. ft. (=3 record cartons, 2 smaller boxes)

Restrictions:

Contents:
SBIR promotion, advertising, and education program records. Connie Dresser was program manager. From website--"SBIR program is a highly competitive program that encourages domestic small businesses to engage in Federal Research/Research and Development (R/R&D) that has the potential for commercialization. Through a competitive awards-based program, SBIR enables small businesses to explore their technological potential and provides the incentive to profit from its commercialization."

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Accession #:
2013-001

Name of Collection:
Neva, Franklin A. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
3 oversize lab notebooks

Restrictions:

Contents:
Lab data from monkey experiments.

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Accession #:
2013-003

Name of Collection:
Neva, Franklin A. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
c.7 (7 boxes)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Trip reports, lecture notes, speeches, a diary kept sporadically from 1944 to 50, including the period he spent at NAMRU III in Egypt, personal correspondence beginning in 1942 through 1990 or so, additional photos and kodachrome slides, trip photo albums, some patient slides and possibly a few clinical notes, and selected administrative files and reports and photos taken at NIH, PAHO, IOM. Laboratory books and various files from years at Harvard School of Public Health (about 1955 -69), where he worked with tissue culture, isolated rubella with Weller, and experimented with varicella and some parasites. Virologist, parasitologist, clinician and scientist who directed the Laboratory of Parasitic Diseases at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. At the Harvard School of Public Health in the 1960s he helped isolate the rubella virus, which caused thousands of serious birth defects annually. Beginning early in his career and continuing into the later years, Dr. Neva worked in tropical countries over extensive periods, doing clinical and laboratory studies in collaboration with local scientists. While serving in a Navy and Army medical research unit, he did clinical research in Egypt on typhoid fever. Later, at the University of Pittsburgh’s medical school, he conducted research toward developing a successful polio vaccine with Jonas Salk. Came to the National Institutes of Health in 1969 from Harvard, where he was a professor of tropical diseases at the School of Public Health. As chief of the parasitic diseases laboratory, Dr. Neva emphasized research on the biology of parasites and the human response to parasitic infections.

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Accession #:
2002-062

Name of Collection:
NIH. Addresses, reprints, and miscellaneous.

Dates:

Quantity:
.21 lin. ft. (1/2 document case)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:

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Accession #:
1997-015

Name of Collection:
NIH. Animal Research at the NIH. Video cassette of television programs on the topic, 1982-1993.

Dates:

Quantity:
5 acid free cartons (6.25 linear ft.)

Restrictions:

Contents:
81 Video Cassettes organized under various topics (see preliminary finding aid for description).

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Accession #:
2002-043

Name of Collection:
NIH. Biographical Index Card files. W. Miles?

Dates:

Quantity:
.5 lin. ft. (4 cardfile boxes)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:

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Accession #:
2002-041

Name of Collection:
NIH. Biographical Index Card files. W. Miles?

Dates:

Quantity:
.5 lin. ft. (3 cardfile boxes)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:

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Accession #:
1998-009

Name of Collection:
NIH. Directors Office. James Wyngaarden speeches.

Dates:

Quantity:
2 record cartons (2.5 linear ft.)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Contains speeches, articles, and selected papers of James B. Wyngarden, NIH Director from 1982-1989.

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Accession #:
2001-104

Name of Collection:
NIH. Early history of the NIH.

Dates:

Quantity:
1.25 lin. ft. (1 record carton)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:

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Accession #:
2003-036

Name of Collection:
NIH. Mider's archival material; pesticide material.

Dates:

Quantity:
2 lin. ft.

Restrictions:

Contents:

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Accession #:
2009-052

Name of Collection:
NIH. OD. Office of Extramural Research. Animal research.

Dates:

Quantity:
6.46 lin. ft. (5 record cartons, 1 1/2 document case)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Materials cover the earliest discussions about the use of animals in NIH-supported research. Dr. Louis Sibal, Director in the Office of Laboratory Animal Research, was in charge of the office from 1965-2000. Donor Margaret Snyder succeeded him.

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Accession #:
2008-072

Name of Collection:
NIH.OD.NIH Director.Elias Zerhouny

Dates:

Quantity:
1 pdf (28 MB)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Commemorative scrapbook presented to Zerhouni at his farewell reception.

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Accession #:
2009-006

Name of Collection:
NIH.OD.OCPL.Elias Zerhouni presentations

Dates:

Quantity:
6 boxes; 5 dvd

Restrictions:

Contents:
NIH Director Elias Zerhouni speech files. Contain mixture of speeches, talking points, powerpoints, background research, event information, etc. Arranged chronologically by event.

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Accession #:
2009-012

Name of Collection:
Nirenberg, Marshall.

Dates:
1990s

Quantity:
3 lin. Ft. (2 RC; 1 loose binder)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Chromotagraphy(?) chartings for various amino acid experiments; loose/unidentified experiment notes and notebooks

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Accession #:
2013-027

Name of Collection:
Nirenberg, Marshall. Medals and Awards.

Dates:

Quantity:
.5 (1 legal clamshell, 1 cardfile box)

Restrictions:

Contents:
A collection of medals awarded to Marhsall Nirenberg during his career (not including his Nobel).

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Accession #:
2012-006

Name of Collection:
Nirenberg, Marshall. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
12 RC boxes

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Lab notebooks and data from lab staff (not Nirenberg); typescript pre-prints; reprints extras. Contains computer discs and CDs.

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Accession #:
2012-001

Name of Collection:
Nirenberg, Marshall. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
7 boxes

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Awards, 16mm films, slides/photographs, Homeobox reprints, spiral lab notebooks (?), misc. correspondence/printed material, slide viewer, award certificates, framed illustrations, plaque

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Accession #:
2010-012

Name of Collection:
Nirenberg, Marshall. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
56 RC boxes; 1 small box

Restrictions:

Contents:
Additional materials from Potomac, Md. Home.

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Accession #:
2011-002

Name of Collection:
Nirenberg, Marshall. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
20 RC boxes

Restrictions:

Contents:
Represents Potomac, Md. content retrieved in October 2010

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Accession #:
2011-001

Name of Collection:
Nirenberg, Marshall. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
4 RC, 1 clamshell, 1 oversize

Restrictions:

Contents:
Gentic code lab data/charts/spiral binders, personal miscellany, Nobel letters, honors and awards, presentations (CD-ROMs), color reproductions of the genetic code chart

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Accession #:
2010-005

Name of Collection:
Nirenberg, Marshall. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
c.125 lin. ft. (100 boxes)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Records and correspondence kept by Dr. Nirenberg at his home.

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Accession #:
2010-010

Name of Collection:
Nirenberg, Marshall. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
61 record cartons

Restrictions:

Contents:
Research data, lab diaries, correspondence, reprints, etc. from Nirenberg's lab representing the last of his current research before death. Selected content copied from Nirenberg's last-used lab computer hard drive to R:/.

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Accession #:
2010-014

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection.

Dates:

Quantity:
5 folders

Restrictions:

Contents:
CVs, obits, publications.

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Accession #:
2007-043

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Armstrong, Myrna.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 folder

Restrictions:

Contents:
Collection of Armstrong's reprints/articles.

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Accession #:
2007-032

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Arnold, Jean.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 box

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
U-Diagnose demo software (pascal), cv, course descriptions. Book deaccessioned, in Gen Coll

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Accession #:
2007-003

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Arnold, Jean.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 folder

Restrictions:

Contents:

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Accession #:
2007-064

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Bakken, Suzanne.

Dates:

Quantity:
2 folders

Restrictions:

Contents:

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Accession #:
2007-038

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Chang, Betty.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 folder

Restrictions:

Contents:

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Accession #:
2007-034

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Delaney, Connie.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 box

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
CV, "Nursing Management Minumum Data Set", "Nursing informatics for the 21st century" (prob in Gen Coll soon)

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Accession #:
2006-026

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Edmunds, Linda.

Dates:

Quantity:
6 boxes

Restrictions:

Contents:

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Accession #:
1997-004

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Farley, Coralee.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 acid free carton (1.25 linear ft., 1/2 letter size box)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Donor's dissertation.

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Accession #:
2007-002

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Hansanyi, Bennie.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 folder

Restrictions:

Contents:

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Accession #:
2007-041

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Happ, Barbara.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 folder

Restrictions:

Contents:
Photo, newsletters, conference programs

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Accession #:
2007-033

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Hendrix, Sue.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 envelope

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Michigan Nursing Informatics Network bylaws, newsletters, brochures

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Accession #:
2006-023

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Holzemer, William.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 box

Restrictions:

Contents:
Holzemer's reprints; computer training/simulation programs/documentation; photographs.

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Accession #:
2007-031

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. International Medical Informatics Association Nursing Special Interest Group

Dates:

Quantity:
1 box

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Membership lists, minutes, correspondence, bylaws and procedures, newsletters and reports, IMIA-NI brochures, conference biddings and proposals, 2002 Hungary presentation, misc.,

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Accession #:
2006-040

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Kenny, Maura.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 binder

Restrictions:

Contents:
Breifing book for NYU Computers in Nursing Practice Focusing on the Total Electronic Patient Record, Apr. 21-22, 1994.

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Accession #:
2007-063

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Larson, Donna

Dates:

Quantity:
1 box

Restrictions:

Contents:

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Accession #:
2007-079

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Lombardi, Gloria

Dates:

Quantity:
2 folders

Restrictions:

Contents:
"Nursing Decisions, County College of Morris" slides, floppy disks, and video disk. Training program.

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Accession #:
2006-019

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Lorenzi, Nancy.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 folder

Restrictions:

Contents:
Emails and attachments related to Lorenzi's work on establishing the Alliance For Nursing Informatics.

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Accession #:
2007-049

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Martin, Karen.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 box

Restrictions:

Contents:
2 case study videotapes for Omaha System education; handouts/programs Omaha System International Conferences 2001-2007; final reports 1975, 1978, 1984 Division of Nursing DHEW research projects; final report 1989 National Center for Nursing Research grant; Visiting Nurses Association of Omaha newsletters etc.

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Accession #:
1998-021

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. McAfooes, Julia.

Dates:

Quantity:
.5 linear ft.

Restrictions:

Contents:
Contains a book on video technology.

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Accession #:
2006-042

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. McHugh, Mary.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 box

Restrictions:

Contents:
bound publications by McHugh.

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Accession #:
2004-027

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Mikan, Kathleen.

Dates:

Quantity:
.84 l.f. (2 manuscript boxes)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Photographs, slides and printed material relating to Mikan's teaching career, the advancement of instructional technology from textbooks to multimedia to computers, and her development of Learning Resource Centers at 5 different nursing schools (Ohio State, Colorado, Michigan State, Case Wester Reserve, UAB)

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Accession #:
2007-005

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Milholland, Kathy.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 package

Restrictions:

Contents:

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Accession #:
2006-039

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Mills, Mary Etta.

Dates:

Quantity:
3 boxes

Restrictions:

Contents:
Doctoral dissertations, proceedings, reports.

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Accession #:
2009-067

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Ozbolt

Dates:

Quantity:
2 dissertations

Restrictions:

Contents:
Masters and Doctoral dissertations.

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Accession #:
1997-005

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Ozbolt, Judith

Dates:
1979, May

Quantity:
4 documents (1/2 letter size box)

Restrictions:

Contents:
1st document, "The Cybernurse System. A Cybernetic Nursing Information System To Support High Quality, Cost-Effective Nursing Care. A Proposal Submitted To The Hospital Corp. of Am." by Cybernetic Heath Systems Corp., 8/5/83. 2nd & 3rd doc.,"Cahiers Medicas," Judith Ozbolt,1977,an edited transcription of that seminar was pub. along w/a reprint of Ozbolt's article, "L'evaluation de la qualitie des soins,"(by permission of Chaiers Medicaux) in the French nursing journal Revue de L'Infirmiere,1/1/79

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Accession #:
2007-021

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Ozbolt, Judith.

Dates:
2000-2004

Quantity:
2 boxes

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Additional materials from Ozbolt. Terminology Summits (grant proposal, invitations, planning docs, some presentations/papers); Nursing Vocabulary Summit; Ozbolt dissertation and masters thesis materials (computer programs--FORTRAN 4 tape and punch cards, data analysis), presentation slides, video tapes "Computers in Nursing" Hospital Corp. of America.

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Accession #:
2007-047

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Rizzolo, Mary Anne.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 box

Restrictions:

Contents:
Minutes of early NI organizations; assorted conference brochures; early interactive videotape/computer project, Rizzolo's dissertation; American Journal of Nursing interactive videodisc project; leadership workshops held at NLM; AJN network grant project

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Accession #:
2007-077

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Romano, Carol.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 LF (5 boxes slide carousels)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Nursing education/computer training slides; proceedings transcript from 4th National Conference on Computer Technology and Nursing (1984), photos of Comodore Hopper (1st woman admiral PHS?). Computerization of PHS and nursing corps; Management Information Systems

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Accession #:
2006-036

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Romano, Carol.

Dates:

Quantity:
2 RC

Restrictions:

Contents:

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Accession #:
2008-007

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Romano, Carol.

Dates:

Quantity:
5 folders

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
NIH Clinical Center MIS User Guide; NIH nursing dept. MIS lesson plans; NIH Clinical Center Computer Based Total Hospital Information System plan; U. Md. nursing school advisory council feasibility;

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Accession #:
2007-019

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Ronald, Judith.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 box

Restrictions:

Contents:

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Accession #:
2005-020

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Saba, Virginia

Dates:

Quantity:
27 boxes, posters

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Published material, computer disks, video tapes, slides, posters related to nursing and medical informatics. American Medical Informatics Assoc (formerly SCAMCI) year books., Computers in Medicine annual conference proceedings, Professor Saba's Georgetown Univ. nursing school course materials (computers in nursing). 9 boxes of grey literature discarded--duplicates of Gen Coll materials

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Accession #:
2008-005

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Saba, Virginia.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 folder

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
CVs for all the NI Pioneers identified during the collecting process. Not all made donations but is a record of those the NI community feel are important pioneers. Also, photographs from Saba's 2000 honorary doctorate ceremony, Athens Greece. Video "Imagine" re: future healthcare diagnostic technologies

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Accession #:
2007-054

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Saba, Virginia.

Dates:

Quantity:
15 boxes

Restrictions:
None

Contents:

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Accession #:
2005-046

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Saba, Virginia.

Dates:

Quantity:
c.40 lin. ft. (=32 record cartons)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Saba's personal papers and related nursing informatics collected papers. Includes personal papers of Karen Rieder. Saba was active as a nurse educator, author and advocate for computerization of the profession. Topics include nursing manpower assessments, strategies for analyzing computer benefits, and educational standards for nursing. Active in AMIA/IMIA. 4 boxes of published materials deaccessioned on arrival as duplicates of Gen Coll materials.

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Accession #:
2006-034

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Schwirian, Patricia.

Dates:

Quantity:
3 folders

Restrictions:

Contents:
Her articles from Computers in Nursing journal.

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Accession #:
2007-044

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Sinclair, Vaughn.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 folder

Restrictions:

Contents:
Collection of Sinclair's reprints

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Accession #:
2007-004

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Skiba, Diane.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 folder

Restrictions:

Contents:

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Accession #:
2007-069

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Staggers, Nancy.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 box

Restrictions:

Contents:
Dissertation, masters thesis, article drafts.

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Accession #:
2007-027

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Tallberg, Marianne.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 small box

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
International Medical Informatics Association Nursing Special Interest Group materials. Includes membership lists, minutes and agendas, correspondence, financial issues, bylaws and procedures, strategey and action plans, reports, brochures, conference programs, recognition certificate

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Accession #:
2006-015

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Thede, Linda Q.

Dates:

Quantity:
.3 lin. ft. (3 volumes)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Computer-based nursing instruction reports/proceedings.

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Accession #:
2007-035

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Turley, James.

Dates:

Quantity:
3 vols.

Restrictions:

Contents:
3 editions of "Community nursing minimum data set Australia" (not in Gen Coll)

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Accession #:
2008-006

Name of Collection:
Nursing Informatics History Collection. Werley, Harriet.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 binder

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Harriet Werley's Sigma Theta Tau International's Saba Nursing Informatics Leadership Award materials

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Accession #:
1999-026

Name of Collection:
Osler, William.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 file folder (.1 linear ft.)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Contains an article by William Osler on internal medicine in Germany and Vienna.

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Accession #:
2008-009

Name of Collection:
Palade, George. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
c. 30 lin. ft. (=21 record cartons)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Files containing working electron micrographs, original plates from Dr. Palade's publications (including those while at the Rockefeller Institute), copies of speeches, along with relevant manuscripts and correspondence. Box 21 last 5 folders: Tall oil sizing was separating from the paper. Photocopies made and originals discarded. Original print highly faded from oil discharge. 1974 Nobel laureate in Physiology or Medicine with Albert Claude, Christian de Duve for their discoveries concerning "the structural and functional organization of the cell". Palade added important methodological improvements both to the differential centrifugation and to the electron microscopy. In particular he became instrumental in combining the two techniques, often in combination, in order to obtain biologically basic information. His early work, largely in collaboration with K. Porter was mainly descriptive, morphological, and was devoted to components in the area of the cell outside its nucleus, the cytoplasm. In particular they studied a network of submicroscopic membranes, called the endoplasmic reticulum, originally discovered by Claude and Porter. They showed that the reticulum can be described as a multiply folded, more or less deflated sack occupying most of the cytoplasm. Palade discovered and described small granular components now known under the name of ribosomes covering the outside of the membranes and he showed, with other groups, that the ribosomes carry out the protein synthesis in the cell. In a series of extremely elegant papers he and his coworkers showed how in secretory cells the

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Accession #:
2009-053

Name of Collection:
Palade, George. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
32 RC boxes

Restrictions:

Contents:
Additions. Primarily reprints; correspondence, notebooks.

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Accession #:
2006-029

Name of Collection:
Peters, Alan. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
.8 lin. ft. (1/2 rec carton, 3 flat storage boxes)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Neurobiologist; aging research

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Accession #:
2004-011

Name of Collection:
Pharmaceutical receipts and correspondence.

Dates:

Quantity:
.21 lin. ft. (1/2 document case)

Restrictions:
None

Contents:

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Accession #:
2007-075

Name of Collection:
Piedmont Orthopedic Society. Archives.

Dates:

Quantity:
c. 3 lin. ft.

Restrictions:
None

Contents:

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Accession #:
2013-014

Name of Collection:
Pinn, Vivian W. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
1 folder

Restrictions:

Contents:
Small collection of selected reprints and reports by Pinn and by others collected by Pinn.

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Accession #:
2004-033

Name of Collection:
Prausnitz-Giles, Carl Willy.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 folder; 1 audiocassette

Restrictions:

Contents:
Recollections recorded by Dr. Claude Dolman of the German immunological researcher who was co-discoverer of the Prausnitz-Küstner reaction (with Heinz Kustner). Prausnitz (1873-1963) was driven from Germany during WWII and exiled himself to the Isle of Wight for the remainder of his life. P-K reaction aka "passive transfer" is a local transfer of skin sensitivity from an allergic to a normal individual by injection of the allergic individual's serum that is used especially for identifying specific allergens when a high degree of sensitivity is suspected -- called also Prausnitz-Küstner reaction. Prausnitz, Carl Willy (1876-1963), German bacteriologist. Prausnitz's career began with a series of positions at various institutes of hygiene and public health throughout Germany. His research centered on cholera, hay fever, general epidemiology, and the standardization of sera. Several of his publications dealt with hay fever toxins and antitoxins. In 1921 he demonstrated the transferability of local hypersensitivity by the intradermal injection of serum of an allergic person into a normal person. Küstner, Heinz (1897-1963), German gynecologist. After holding positions at several medical clinics for women in Germany, Küstner went on to become a professor of obstetrics and gynecology and chief physician at a hospital in Leipzig. His areas of research included endocrinology, pregnancy, puerperal fever, and gynecology. In 1930 he published a study of job- related injuries to the reproductive system incurred by working women.

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Accession #:
2004-023

Name of Collection:
President's Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine.

Dates:

Quantity:
6.67 lin. ft. (5 record cartons, 1 document case)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Primarily meeting minutes of the commission, 1978-1981

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Accession #:
2011-014

Name of Collection:
Pribnow, Jock T.

Dates:

Quantity:
3 boxes

Restrictions:

Contents:
Collection of published and unpublished material concerning Soviet health care, accumulated/created during Pribnow's years in the Soviet Union as a staff physician for the US Information Agency.

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Accession #:
2011-017

Name of Collection:
Profiles in Science oral histories

Dates:

Quantity:
5 interviews

Restrictions:

Contents:
Series of inerviews conducted by HMD in support of various Profiles sites, plus interview prep material. Debakey: Walter S. Henley; Jimmy F. Howell Nirenberg: Norma Heaton Drew: LaSalle D. Leffall, Jr. Johnson: Everett Rhoades

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Accession #:
2010-021

Name of Collection:
Project Bionics Interview Series. DeVries, William. Interview

Dates:

Quantity:
3 audiocasssettes; 1 folder

Restrictions:

Contents:
transcript; 3 audiocassettes of interview; background materials including interview script

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Accession #:
2009-028

Name of Collection:
Project Bionics Pioneer Interview Collection. Kantrowitz, Vrorman, Bartlett.

Dates:

Quantity:
4 dvcam; 2 cassettes; 2 transcript

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Oral history interviews with Adrian Kantrowitz, Robert Bartlett, Leo Vrorman. Bartlett and Vrorman transcripts .

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Accession #:
2002-098

Name of Collection:
Project Bionics Pioneer Interview Collection. Kolff, Willem. Videohistory interview.

Dates:

Quantity:
1.5 lin. ft. (2 cardfile boxes)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
15 videocassettes of audio interview with transcript with Dr. Willem Kolff, October, 2002.

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Accession #:
2013-010

Name of Collection:
Project Bionics Pioneer Interview Series. Victor Poirier

Dates:

Quantity:
1 DVD

Restrictions:

Contents:
Video interview with Poirier by Stephen Phillips as part of Project Bionics series. No transcript.

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Accession #:
2003-042

Name of Collection:
Project Bionics. Pioneer interview series. Miller, Bernard

Dates:

Quantity:
.10 lin. ft. (1 VHS; 1 transcript)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
"Laboratory work preceding the first clinical application of cardiopulminary bypass: a lecture and interview with Bernard J. Miller" conducted by Mark Kurusz. Includes video tape of interview, transcript, and supporting background documentation.

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Accession #:
2006-046

Name of Collection:
Puck, Theodore. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
c.6 lin. ft.

Restrictions:

Contents:
genetics researcher who devised techniques for growing human cells in the laboratory and who helped determine the number of chromosomes in a gene. He was primarily known for his landmark studies in the 1950s in which he created the proper conditions in which human cells could grow and propagate in a petri dish. His incubating technique, called somatic cell genetics, is widely used and has been a considerable boon to biomedical research.

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Accession #:
2008-054

Name of Collection:
Puck, Theodore. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
.10 lin. Ft. (3 folders)

Restrictions:
None

Contents:
Correspondence between T.T. Puck and his daughters and son-in-law; articles and reprints re Jennifer Puck and Robert Nussbaum; Stirling Puck and Robert Bell correspondence. Dr. Puck was a 1958 Lasker Award winner who made significant contributions to genetics and cancer research. Among other accomplishments, Dr. Puck was a pioneer of single-cell plating and helped determine that humans have 46 chromosomes rather than 48.

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Accession #:
2009-057

Name of Collection:
Puck, Theodore. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
.84 lin. ft.

Restrictions:

Contents:
Diaries of trips to Los Alamos, correspondence, testimony to Atomic Energy Commission, laboratory notebooks, miscellaneous notes.

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Accession #:
2012-010

Name of Collection:
Puck, Theodore. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
1.25 lin. ft. (1 record carton)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Annual planning calendars 1963-1999 (excluding 1986, 1990, 1993, and 1994), two files containing notes, clippings, and correspondence, 10 7" reel to reel tapes of Dr. Puck, Horowitz award dinner, Dr, Crick lecturing at University of Colorado, S. Brenner, Cal Tech events, Israel series, Rutherford & Gamow, and Dr. Konrad Lorenz, dated 1950-1973.

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Accession #:
2009-068

Name of Collection:
Puck, Theodore. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
.5 lin. ft. (1 record carton)

Restrictions:

Contents:
One folder of biographical clippings, and one scrapbook of newspaper clippings.

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Accession #:
2011-023

Name of Collection:
Purcell, Robert H. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
56 RC boxes

Restrictions:

Contents:

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Accession #:
2011-016

Name of Collection:
Purcell, Robert H. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
100 RC boxes

Restrictions:
patient records?

Contents:
Co-Chief, Laboratory of Infectious Diseases; Chief, Hepatitis Viruses Section, NIAID. NAIAD website: Dr. Purcell obtained a master’s degree in biochemistry from Baylor University and completed a medical degree and pediatric internship at Duke University and Hospital. His research focuses on the hepatitis viruses, with special emphasis on their molecular biology, epidemiology, and control. He is the author or co-author of more than 600 publications and a member of the National Academy of Sciences. The Hepatitis Viruses Section conducts basic research on the hepatitis viruses and applies the knowledge gained to the control of viral hepatitis. The section has contributed to the development of licensed vaccines for hepatitis A and hepatitis B, to a candidate vaccine for hepatitis E, and to the discovery of hepatitis C and hepatitis D. NAS nomination: he was responsible for the identification, visualization and/or characterization of four of the five recognized human hepatitis viruses. He developed the first practical viral subunit vaccine which was protective in experimental animals against the remaining human hepatitis virus, hepatitis B virus. Lab notebooks, correspondence, presentations (from all lab staff, not just Purcell).

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Accession #:
2011-026

Name of Collection:
Purcell, Robert. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
45 RC boxes

Restrictions:
personnel records; PHI patient files

Contents:

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Accession #:
2009-032

Name of Collection:
Quintana v. United Blood Services deposition

Dates:

Quantity:
1 folder

Restrictions:

Contents:
Donald P. Francis's deposition as part of the Quintana v. United Blood Services trial regarding tainted blood, HIV/AIDS. Francis was head of epidemiology and hepatitis labs for CDC; known as a principle discoverer of the AIDS virus. UBS trial focused on industry's ability to scan blood donations for HIV/AIDS after a child with hemophilia contracted the disease from a blood transfusion in 1983.

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Accession #:
1999-017

Name of Collection:
Radiology Centennial, Inc.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 large folder (.1 linear ft.)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Contains 1 18" x 25 1/2" poster and 1 brochure.

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Accession #:
2011-045

Name of Collection:
Rall, Joseph E. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
c.7 lin. ft. (1 record carton, 3 transfer cases, loose material)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Dr. Rall was an endocrinologist who served as director of intramural research at NIDDK. A thyroid specialist, he studied victims of radioactive fallout and developed therapies to prevent thyroid disease that were used at Three Mile Island and Chernobyl.

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Accession #:
2012-003

Name of Collection:
Rall, Joseph E. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
c.5 lin ft. (2 record cartons, 1 transfer box, 1 packing box)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Dr. Rall was an endocrinologist who served as director of intramural research at NIDDK. A thyroid specialist, he studied victims of radioactive fallout and developed therapies to prevent thyroid disease that were used at Three Mile Island and Chernobyl.

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Accession #:
2001-148

Name of Collection:
Readout, a weekly newsletter of the systems support section of OCES.

Dates:

Quantity:
.15 lin. ft. (1 folder = 1/2 document case)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Internal news letter, plain computer printouts. Contains news re: bug reports, computer system udates, etc.

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Accession #:
2008-004

Name of Collection:
Redkey, Henry. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
1.3 lin. ft. (2 record cartons)

Restrictions:

Contents:
driving force behind the 1950's Vocational Rehabilitation Act

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Accession #:
2008-040

Name of Collection:
Richmond, Julius B. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
24.5 lin. Ft. (=16 record cartons)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Speeches, awards, miscellaneous files, travel files, articles about J. B. Richmond, Flight Attendants Medical Research Institute files, letters from Rosalyn Carter, Hubert Humphrey, Sargent Shriver, Harvard colleague files.

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Accession #:
2008-053

Name of Collection:
Richmond, Julius B. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
3 transfer cases, 3 RC boxes

Restrictions:

Contents:
Authored books, speeches, oral histories, misc. papers, reprints, awards

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Accession #:
2008-033

Name of Collection:
Richmond, Julius B. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
c.21.25 lin. Ft. (13 record cartons)

Restrictions:
None

Contents:
Dr. Richmond's speeches, correspondence, photographs and appointment calendars for years 1999-2007.

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Accession #:
2009-002

Name of Collection:
Richmond, Julius. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
3.75 lin. Ft. (3 record cartons)

Restrictions:
None

Contents:
Individual,organizational, and chron. files, speeches, photographs, electronic archives [on CD] (12/19/2008), Richmond Symposium meeting report [on CD] 9/26/2006, 35mm slides, audiocassette.

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Accession #:
2009-003

Name of Collection:
Richmond, Julius. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
2 lin. Ft. (2 record cartons)

Restrictions:
None

Contents:
Material related to Dr. Richmond's activities with the Head Start program. Material dates from early 1960s and includes meeting minutes, notebooks, reports, and articles.

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Accession #:
2008-051

Name of Collection:
Robinson, Donald. Papers.

Dates:
1970-1987)

Quantity:
65 RC cartons, 1 painting

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Donald Robinson was born in 1914. He graduated from NYU and the Yale Drama School. He was a lieutenant colonel in the army during World War II. Robinson wrote about health care and medical topics for popular magazines such as Reader’s Digest and Parade. He was a former president of the American Society of Journalists and Authors, and the author of eight books. He passed away in 1991. The Donald Robinson collection contains articles, manuscripts, and research materials documenting Robinson’s journalism career. A tiny portion of the collection (3 boxes or so) contain material from his service with the War Department in World War II. It is 66 cubic feet and includes: • Manuscripts: The Miracle Finders; The 100 Most Important People in the World Today; also plays, untitled books chapters, and articles (several boxes) • Research material for writing: articles, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, and medical reports • Cassette Tapes: Interviews with medical professionals (several boxes) • Correspondence: personal and professional • Biographical and subject files on people in the medical profession: includes correspondence, manuscripts, interview transcripts, articles, and newspaper clippings. • AFL-CIO legislation material, including correspondence and diary of Andy Biemiller (chief lobbyist for AFL-CIO) • Interview transcripts • Photographs • Material from War Department: correspondence, government and war pamphlets, personal

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Accession #:
2005-010

Name of Collection:
Robinson, Joseph. Oral history collection.

Dates:

Quantity:
46 audiocassettes (2 record cartons)

Restrictions:
No interview releases

Contents:
Interviews conducted in preparation for two of his books "Mechanisms of synaptic transmission" and "Moving questions: a history of membrane transport and bioenergetics". Interviews are of various important figures in the science of membrane transport and synaptic transmissions.

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Accession #:
2013-025

Name of Collection:
Rogers, Paul G. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
1.67 lin. ft. (1 record carton, 1 lgl document case, 1 o/s folder)

Restrictions:
None

Contents:
Press releases, scrapbooks of clippings, and letters to Rogers upon his retirement from Congress.

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Accession #:
2012-027

Name of Collection:
Rogers, Paul G. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
14 boxes

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Speeches, reports, photographs, video tape documenting post-Congressional activities for Florida Representative Paul Rogers. Nicknamed "Mr. Health" Rogers served as chair of the Subcommittee on Health and the Environment from 1971 to 1979. He was a key representative behind the adoption of the National Cancer Act of 1971, the Medical Device Amendments of 1976, the Health Maintenance Organization Act, the Emergency Medical Service Act, the Medicare-Medicaid Anti-Fraud and Abuse Amendments of 1977 and the Clean Air Act of 1970. Died in 2008.

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Accession #:
2013-022

Name of Collection:
Rogers, Paul G. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
4.7 lin. ft. (3 record cartons, 2 document cases, 9 oversize folders)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Framed materials: photos, commemorative pens, honorary awards, etc.

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Accession #:
2011-005

Name of Collection:
Rosebury, Theodor. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
c.13.75 lin. ft. (=11 record cartons)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Theodore Rosebury (1904-1976), a bacteriologist and specialist in venereal diseases, taught at Columbia University from 1929-1951 and at Washington University from 1951-1966. During World War II, Rosebury was in charge of research on airborne infection with the Biological Warfare Center at Fort Detrick in Maryland. He wrote both highly technical and popular books and articles on microbes and venereal diseases. This collection contains correspondence (1927-1976); files of research notes, drafts, correspondence, reviews, newspaper clippings and other materials related to articles, books, and lectures by Rosebury; class notes, exams, and laboratory manuals; the manuscript for the book "Life on Man"; annotated galley proofs for "Microorganisms Indigenous to Man" and "Microbes and Morals"; photographs; reprints; and miscellaneous other materials.

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Accession #:
2001-138

Name of Collection:
Rowe, Wallace P. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
.42 lin. ft. (1 doc case)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
leukemia virus studies

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Accession #:
2012-007

Name of Collection:
Saffiotti, Umberto

Dates:

Quantity:
1 box

Restrictions:

Contents:
Additional reprints, reports, and notes

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Accession #:
2013-002

Name of Collection:
Saffiotti, Umberto

Dates:

Quantity:
1 metal slide case

Restrictions:

Contents:
Additional pathology microscope slides in metal, stackable cases.

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Accession #:
2012-005

Name of Collection:
Saffiotti, Umberto. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
36.25 lin. ft. (29 RC boxes + oversize)

Restrictions:

Contents:
From 1960 to 1968, Dr. Saffiotti conducted Carcinogenesis research in the Division of Oncology at the Chicago Medical School, where he became Professor of Oncology. Since 1968 he has been on the staff of the National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland. As Associate Scientific Director for Carcinogenesis from 1968 to 1976, he directed the expanding research program on chemical and physical carcinogenesis and contributed to establishing criteria for the evaluation of carcinogens. As Chief of the Laboratory of Experimental Pathology since 1974, he has directed an intramural research program which has developed and investigated animal and cellular models chiefly for respiratory and multifactorial carcinogenesis, mechanisms of inhibition by vitamin A, and the role of growth factors in the culture and transformation of epithelial cells. In the last decade, he has studied mechanisms of lung carcinogenesis by crystalline silica as a model for fibrosis-associated peripheral lung adenocarcinoma, and molecular mechanisms controlling the biological activity of mineral dusts. Testimonies, site visit reports, lab notes/data, pathology slides, reprints, LEP administrative records, LEP annual reports, conferences

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Accession #:
2002-085

Name of Collection:
Satcher, David. Speeches.

Dates:

Quantity:
1.25 lin. ft. (1 record carton)

Restrictions:

Contents:

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Accession #:
2004-004

Name of Collection:
Satcher, David. Speeches.

Dates:

Quantity:
1.25 lin. ft. (1 record carton)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:

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Accession #:
2010-023

Name of Collection:
Sawyer, Wilbur A.

Dates:

Quantity:
3 lin. ft. (1 oversize box)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Diplomas and awards.

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Accession #:
2009-063

Name of Collection:
Schneiderman, Marvin A. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
2.7 lin. ft. (2 record cartons, 1 1/2 document case)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Dr. Schneiderman (1918-1997) worked at NCI from 1948-1980, thereafter doing work for private concerns. Collection includes folders on correspondence, critiques and reviews, toxicology, risk assessment, ethical and legal issues, data gathering, agent orange, and cancer.

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Accession #:
2011-007

Name of Collection:
Schneiderman, Marvin A. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
.42 lin. ft. (1 document case)

Restrictions:
None

Contents:
Photograph album which includes correspondence (1922-1996); scrapbook of clippings and letters (1961-1993); activity calendar for 1980; memorabilia (1951-1996).

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Accession #:
2001-072

Name of Collection:
Schoenheimer, Rudolf.

Dates:

Quantity:
.21 lin. ft. (1/2 doc case0

Restrictions:

Contents:

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Accession #:
2002-013

Name of Collection:
Schwabe, Calvin W. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
4.75 lin. ft. (4 record cartons)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Books, articles and book contributions by Dr. Schwabe (1980s-90s), correspondence, UC Davis academic material, conferences, symposiums, speeches, student theses,

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Accession #:
1999-028

Name of Collection:
Seggel, Richard L.

Dates:

Quantity:
1/2 ms. box (.2 linear ft.)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Contains a monograph on history of PHS Commissioned Corps and Surgeon General.

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Accession #:
2003-009

Name of Collection:
Sewell, Winifred. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
14 lin. ft. (9 record cartons)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
"Mother of MeSH" professional files related to her work as an NLM contractor, special librarian and information professional. Primarily worked as a contractor/consultant; also taught courses at Univ. of Maryland College of Lib and Info Science. Deceased in 2002. Strong connection with MLA and SLA as well. Area of specialty was controlled vocabularies, medical terminology, medical librarianship. One of original contractors hired by NLM to developed MESH. Personal memorabilia, awards, plaques, diplomas.

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Accession #:
2003-013

Name of Collection:
Sewell, Winifred. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
10.2 lin. ft. (8 record cartons, 1 clamshell)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Additional materials to original donation.

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Accession #:
1999-024

Name of Collection:
Shannon, James A. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
1/2 ms box (.2 linear ft.)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Contains 9 audio cassette tapes and 1 outline of tape topics on NIH wide range of medical topics.

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Accession #:
2009-034

Name of Collection:
Shaw, James R. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
3 binders (2 Hollingers)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Reprints, speeches, press releases, correspondence, photos. Rear Admiral Shaw directed the Indian Health Service from 1955-62. He conducted an early study showing the Service's poor funding, staffing, organization, and the inferior health status of American Indains and resolved to improve conditions. Shaw was driving force behind PL 85-568 "The Transfer Act" in 1954, which transferred health services from the Bureau of Indain Affairs to the PHS. After retiring Shaw helped establish the University of Arizona medical school while also serving on the faculty. He remained active in Indian health issues until his death in 2003.

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Accession #:
2001-074

Name of Collection:
Shelesnyak, Moses C. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
1.25 lin. ft. (1 record carton)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Biographical information, Bromocryptine information, reprints,

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Accession #:
2011-040

Name of Collection:
Shelokov, Alexis I. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
23.75 lin. ft.(19 record cartons)

Restrictions:
PHI 2 folders patient notes

Contents:
Chron files, correspondence, subject files, reprints, reports. Dr. Shelokov is a virologist and physician who worked on the polio vaccine, served as chief of the Laboratory of Tropical Virology at NIAID in the 1950s and 1960s, and participated in US-USSR biomedical research exchanges. Following his years with NIH, he was with the University of Texas Health Sciences Center in San Antonio.

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Accession #:
2008-052

Name of Collection:
Sherman, Janette D.- Western Michigan University. Papers.

Dates:
1970-1985)

Quantity:
=4 RC boxes

Restrictions:
PHI

Contents:
Additional worker's compensation medico-legal records received from Western Michigan University.

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Accession #:
2006-033

Name of Collection:
Sherman, Janette D. - Western Michigan University. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
c 56.25 lin. ft. (=45 record cartons)

Restrictions:
PHI

Contents:
Worker's compensation medico-legal records.

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Accession #:
2008-003

Name of Collection:
Sherman, Janette D. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
2.50 lin. ft. (2 record cartons)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Correspondence[?] files of individual litigants, alphabetical by name

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Accession #:
2006-016

Name of Collection:
Sherman, Janette D. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
75 lin. ft. (=63 record cartons)

Restrictions:

Contents:
From 1976-1982 Dr. Sherman served on the advisory board for the EPA Toxic Substances Control Act. She has been an advisor to the National Cancer Institute on breast cancer and to the EPA on pesticides. She is a resource person, advisor, and speaker for universities and health advocacy groups concerning cancer, birth defects, pesticides, and toxic dump sites. Throughout her career Dr. Sherman has served as a medical-legal expert witness for thousands of individuals harmed by exposure to toxic agents (from http://www.janettesherman.com/author.html). Work includes investigations of chlordane, Dursban, lindane, DDT, PCBS, PBBS, dioxins, tamoxifen, DES, radiation, etc. Also 1 cassette tape of interview conducted May 10, 2006 by Susan Speaker, HMD.

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Accession #:
2008-073

Name of Collection:
Sherman, Janette. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
65 lin. Ft. (65 record cartons)

Restrictions:
None

Contents:
Subject files. Information relating to research, evidence and testimony in environmental health litigation.

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Accession #:
2013-024

Name of Collection:
Shortliffe, Edward H. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
6.6 lin. ft. (4 boxes)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Additional book drafts and book correpsondence primarily.

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Accession #:
2013-019

Name of Collection:
Shortliffe, Edward H. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
c.12 lin. ft.

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Book drafts/galleys, subject files, MYCIN/ON diagnosis decision experiments, from Shortliffe's Stanford career.

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Accession #:
2005-013

Name of Collection:
Small, John. Fluoridation papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 small box

Restrictions:

Contents:
Additional printed materials/publications related to fluoridation science.

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Accession #:
2002-102

Name of Collection:
Small, John. Fluoridation research collection.

Dates:

Quantity:
1.25 lin. ft. (1 record carton)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Additional collected materials of Small's related to conferences and published research on benefits of water fluoridation.

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Accession #:
2011-010

Name of Collection:
Smith, James J. Bioethics collection

Dates:

Quantity:
.6 lin. ft. (14 folders)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Meeting minutes, correspondence, clippings, reprints realted to Smith's service on a variety of bioethics topics, specifically for the Veteran's Administration. Smith was Chief, Nuclear Medicine Service, Washington VA Medical Center Found amongst PHS Historian's Office book collection.

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Accession #:
2008-032

Name of Collection:
Smith, Kent.

Dates:

Quantity:
.42 lin. Ft. (1 document case)

Restrictions:
None

Contents:
Draft of article "Laws, leaders, and legends of the modern National Library of Medicine" by Kent Smith, along with photocopies of all the material cited in the article's references. Also includes a microcassette tape of Smith's interview with Martin M. Cummings and some material on the history of NLM which was not used for his article.

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Accession #:
2002-083

Name of Collection:
Society of General Physiologists. Records.

Dates:

Quantity:
3.5 lin. ft. (ca. 3 record cartons)

Restrictions:

Contents:

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Accession #:
2005-034

Name of Collection:
Soviet/Russian psychiatry: a 15-year evolution. A memorial symposium for David Lozovsky, MD

Dates:

Quantity:
3 DVDs

Restrictions:

Contents:
Addition to Acc. 2000-001. A symposium held during APA's annual meeting. The symposium explored NIMH's visit to the Soviet Union in 1989 to address the abuse of psychiatry.

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Accession #:
2003-020

Name of Collection:
Soviet-American Medical Society. Records.

Dates:

Quantity:
.42 lin. ft. (

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Additional materials of Robert Leslie, founding and managing director of AMSOV.

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Accession #:
2006-063

Name of Collection:
Stadtman, Earl and Thressa. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
37 RC boxes; 2 large oversize; 2 clamshell

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Lab notebooks, correspondence, photos etc from Stadman's NHLBI career. In 1962 Earl was appointed the chief of the Laboratory of Biochemistry of NHI, and Thressa became a section head in this laboratory twelve years later. Research centered around concept of anaerobic biochemsitry. Thressa Research areas: Vitamin B12: how amino acids are broken down into smaller pieces in the absence of oxygen and how methane gas is produced by some bacteria living in oxygen-free conditions. She showed that vitamin B12 is required for several enzymes that functioned in these processes. Pioneered the field of selenium biochemistry, by identifying many selenium-containing proteins in cells and explaining the function of selenium in these proteins. Earl research: Fatty Acids Metabolism--showed that "Coenzyme A" (CoA) is involved in the synthesis of fatty acids as a carrier of the small molecular fragment called "acetyl." Cyclic Cascade Systems in Metabolic Regulation--In the 1960s and 70s, discovered some mechanisms of controlling the production of amino acids. Protein Oxidation and Aging--1980s discovered that the accumulation of damaged proteins is closely associated with the aging process and may play a role in age-related diseases such as Parkinson's disease.

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Accession #:
2008-031

Name of Collection:
Stadtman, Earl. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
18.75 lin. Ft. (15 record cartons)

Restrictions:
None

Contents:
Lab notebooks, professional correspondence, reprints, files and data on staff members. Stadtman was a senior investigator and former chief of NHLBI's Laboratory of Biochemistry. He was a prominent biochemist and a mentor to many younger scientists. Stadtman's work contributed substantially to the understanding of the role of free radicals and reactive oxygen species in protein turnover. His trainees also had considerable impact on biomedical research, including two Nobel Prize winners.

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Accession #:
2009-051

Name of Collection:
Stadtman, Thressa. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
30 RC boxes

Restrictions:

Contents:
Thressa Stadtman's office contents: lab notebooks, reprints, in-progress publications, correspondence, travel, slides, subject files.

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Accession #:
2002-027

Name of Collection:
Stetten, DeWitt, Jr. Memoirs.

Dates:

Quantity:
.10 lin. ft. (1 folder = 1/2 document case)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Copy of DeWitt Stetten, Jr.'s memoir "How my light is spent."

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Accession #:
2001-152

Name of Collection:
Survey of the Interlibrary Loan Operation of the National Library of Medicine

Dates:

Quantity:
.10 lin. ft. (1 folder = 1/2 document case)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Survey analysis

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Accession #:
2000-030

Name of Collection:
Sutphin, Adney K. Lecture notes.

Dates:

Quantity:
2.5 lin. ft. (2 record cartons)

Restrictions:
None

Contents:
Collection of lecture notes, clinical notes, autopsy reports, quizzes and examinations, and some correspondence by Adney K. Sutphin during his education at the Medical College of Virginia, 1938- 41. Also includes brief post-educational career information and reprinted articles pre-dating his training. Notes, photographs, reports, reprints, articles, clippings, lecture notes.

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Accession #:
2010-009

Name of Collection:
Swan, Henry. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
5.7 lin. ft. (6 record cartons)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Contains letters written to Dr. Swan from patients and friends; scrapbooks covering years 1913 through 1967.

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Accession #:
2012-004

Name of Collection:
Tjio, Joe Hin. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
6 Hollingers; 9 oversize

Restrictions:

Contents:
Cytogeneticist renowned as the first person to recognize the normal number of human chromosomes. This collection contains many large photographs of his chromosome work—and approximately 3-4 Hollinger boxes of his correspondence, offprints/pre-preprints.

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Accession #:
2011-006

Name of Collection:
Triumph at Carville documentary archives

Dates:

Quantity:
7 RC cartons + digital copies

Restrictions:
Copyright retained until 2035

Contents:
Betacam SP, Dvcam, Digibeta, BP 30M tapes; MPEG2, CD-ROM, archival records. Raw footage and stills used for documentary film Triumph at Carville. Consists primarily of full interviews of patients and staff and associated environmental/contextual imagery. Also includes records associated with editing final production such as shot lists and interview transcripts. Footage includes original masters and dubs. 985.361 GB on R:/HMDArchive/newacessions/Acc 2011-

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Accession #:
1999-043

Name of Collection:
Trout, Monroe.

Dates:

Quantity:
3 items

Restrictions:

Contents:
Contains 1 doctor's bill and 2 vials in plexiglass.

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Accession #:
2010-007

Name of Collection:
U.S. Public Health Service. Office of the Historian. Records.

Dates:

Quantity:
47.5 lin. ft. (38 record cartons)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Administrative records for the PHS Historian's Office and subject files by person and institution compiled by office staff.

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Accession #:
2010-024

Name of Collection:
U.S. Public Health Service. Office of the Historian. Records.

Dates:

Quantity:
89.13 lin ft. (51 record cartons, 1 document case, 2 legal clamshells, 6 flat storage boxes, oversize items)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Government publications, records, audiocassettes, videocassettes, dvds, photographs, and slides relating to Public Health Service nursing, dentistry, St. Elizabeth's Hospital, the Commissioned Corps, and the Public Health Service in general.

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Accession #:
2001-085

Name of Collection:
United States. Armed Forces Epidemiological Board. Records.

Dates:

Quantity:
7.5 lin. ft. (6 record cartons)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
G.J. Dammin presidential papers?

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Accession #:
2004-034

Name of Collection:
United States. Dept. of Health & Human Services. Office of the Secretary. Office of the Assisstant Secretary to Planning and

Dates:

Quantity:
7.5 lin. ft. (6 record cartons)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Planning and policy documents related to Carter and Clinton administration health privacy policy inititatives; Congressional hearings and reports on health privacy; HIPPA materials; 'prehistory' of privacy activities at HHS; Gilbert Beebe privacy related materials regarding IRS and other access to databases for health studies.

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Accession #:
2001-008

Name of Collection:
United States. Dept. of Health and Human Services. Alien excludability.

Dates:

Quantity:
3.75 lin. ft. (3 record cartons)

Restrictions:
None

Contents:
DHHS policy development for exluding foreign entry into US based on HIV/AIDS status.

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Accession #:
2004-040

Name of Collection:
United States. Dept. of Health and Human Services. Associate Administrator for Planning, Evaluation and Legislation. Carville

Dates:

Quantity:
.21 lin. ft. (1/2 document case)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Correspondence, evaluation planning materials, background articles, The Star newsletter, postcards related to the PHS Hansen Disease facility at Carville, LA. Planning materials and correspondence relate to ongoing mission of the facility and its role in the PHS by DHHS. Ronald Carlson was Associate Administrator for Planning at the time.

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Accession #:
2000-020

Name of Collection:
United States. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare. Federal Security Agency. Addresses, speeches, etc.

Dates:

Quantity:
2.5 lin. ft. (2 record cartons)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Bound volumes, speeches.

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Accession #:
2000-019

Name of Collection:
United States. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare. Federal Security Agency. Speeches.

Dates:

Quantity:
5 lin. ft. (4 record cartons)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Speeches.

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Accession #:
2002-006

Name of Collection:
United States. Marine Hospital, San Diego. Functional plans and equipment list for outpatient clinic.

Dates:

Quantity:
.21 lin. ft. (1/2 doc case = 1 folder)

Restrictions:

Contents:
List of major equipment requirements for outpatient clinic.

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Accession #:
2002-005

Name of Collection:
United States. Marine Hospital, San Francisco. Construction plans.

Dates:

Quantity:
.21 lin. ft. (1/2 doc case = 3 folders, 1 oversize)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Correspondence, contracts, blueprints for construction of main building, attendent quarters, boiler house and laundry.

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Accession #:
2001-062

Name of Collection:
United States. Navy. "Experience in 221 aneurysms" by H. Nusselt.

Dates:

Quantity:
.42 lin. ft. (1 doc. case lgl)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:

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Accession #:
2001-077

Name of Collection:
United States. Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health. Office of Women's Health. Records.

Dates:

Quantity:
2.5 lin. ft. (2 record cartons)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Development of NIH's 1990 reauthorization of the office and some programming records.

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Accession #:
2002-055

Name of Collection:
Unknown Hospital. Case records.

Dates:

Quantity:
2.71 lin. ft. (2 record cartons, 1/2 document case)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Survey of adenocarcinoma cases in an unknown hospital, with case records but not including patient names.

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Accession #:
2008-063

Name of Collection:
US Army Air Forces in Europe. Summary of the activities of the Aero-Medical Research Section, Feb-Oct. 1945

Dates:

Quantity:
1 vol.

Restrictions:

Contents:
typescript scrapbook of research reports/projects.

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Accession #:
2011-044

Name of Collection:
US Cochrane Collaboration. Records.

Dates:

Quantity:
58.75 lin. ft. (= 47 record cartons)

Restrictions:

Contents:
One of the 12 centers around the world that facilitate the work of the Cochrane Collaboration. A special mission of the USCC is to support Consumers United for Evidence-based Healthcare (CUE), a partnership with health and consumer advocacy organizations interested in integrating understanding and interpretation of evdence-based healthcare into their advocacy activities, strengthening the voice of consumers in healthcare research, and providing leadership in these areas. Provides training and support for review authors, Trials Search Coordinators (TSCs), Review Group Coordinators (RGCs), editors, handsearchers, consumers and others. Since 2002, a special focus of the main office in Baltimore has been the development, growth and support of a national coalition of consumer advocacy organizations, whose members are educated in evidence-based healthcare decision making. Also supports the Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials (CENTRAL) Established in December 2002 when the New England Cochrane Center Boston office, the New England Cochrane Center Providence office, and the San Francisco Cochrane Center merged to form a single registered entity with a main office and two branches.

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Accession #:
2000-001

Name of Collection:
US/USSR Psychiatry Project.

Dates:

Quantity:
16.25 lin. ft. (13 record cartons)

Restrictions:
medical records

Contents:
Reports, memos, audio and video training sessions and interviews with patients and doctors, congressional hearings, transcripts, and newspaper clippings generated by US/USSR Project to document psychiatry abuse in the Soviet Union. Correspondence, subject files, audio, video, reports, clippings, transcripts, publications, notes.

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Accession #:
2001-105

Name of Collection:
USPHS. Centennial archives - oral histories.

Dates:

Quantity:
.42 lin. ft. (1 record carton)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
audiocassettes of interviews with C. Everett Koop, Jesse Steinfeld, ? Martin, ? Edwards and ? Eason.

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Accession #:
2005-019

Name of Collection:
USPHS. Hospital at Carville, La. Oral histories.

Dates:

Quantity:
63 video tapes; 3 folders

Restrictions:
yes; some individual interviews are restricted

Contents:
63 video interviews (betcam and VHS), adminstrative records, interviewee releases, interview transcripts.

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Accession #:
1999-005

Name of Collection:
USPHS. Privacy Act of 1974.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 ms box (.4 linear ft.)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Privacy Act of 1974. Contains slides, transcripts and publications.

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Accession #:
2002-019

Name of Collection:
USPHS. Records.

Dates:

Quantity:
3 lin. ft. (3 record cartons)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Correspondence re PHS hospitals (1981-82); David Satcher speeches (2001-02); PHS quarantine st. scrapbooks (1885-1931); PHS surgeon logbook (1903-19)

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Accession #:
2010-036

Name of Collection:
Varmus, Harold.

Dates:

Quantity:
7 RC boxes, 1 oversize folder

Restrictions:

Contents:
Additional materials from NY apartment.

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Accession #:
2010-022

Name of Collection:
Varmus, Harold. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
60 lin. ft. (48 RC boxes)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Files from Dr. Varmus' lab at NCI (1993-1999); files relating to boards, commissions, working groups, etc. on which Dr. Varmus served while president of MSKCC (2000-2010); speeches, remarks and outlines (2000-2010); subject files maintained during NIH directorship (1993-1999). 7/25/11: Five folders of material found by Dr. V and sent over from NCI were added to this accession. Because processing of Varmus accession 2010-036 is complete, and processing of 2010-022 is beginning, these folders were added to 2010-022. (SRE)

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Accession #:
2012-008

Name of Collection:
VistA Imaging System Collection

Dates:

Quantity:
c.60.75 lin. ft. (30 transfer cases, 1 small box, 4-5 loose posters)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Records related to Dayhoff's development of the Veterans' Administration VistA Imaging System, which integrates clinical images, scanned documents, and other non-textual data into a patient's electronic medical record.

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Accession #:
2013-029

Name of Collection:
Vladeck, Bruce. Oral history

Dates:

Quantity:
1 dvd (2 mp3 files)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Interview with Bruce Vladeck by Emily Friedman; no transcript. Vladeck was a former adminstrator of HCFA.

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Accession #:
2004-024

Name of Collection:
Washington Report on Medicine and Health. Newsletters.

Dates:

Quantity:
1 record carton

Restrictions:
None

Contents:
Brazda authored, edited, and published this newsletter relating to health and medicine political activities at the national level. Brazda was a reporter and member of the National Press Club. Also includes his manuscript memoirs.

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Accession #:
2007-018

Name of Collection:
Wesolow, S. Adam. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
.5 lin. ft. (1/2 record carton)

Restrictions:
None

Contents:

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Accession #:
2006-061

Name of Collection:
Wesolow, S. Adam. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
8.5 lin. ft. (6 record cartons and oversize framed items)

Restrictions:
None

Contents:

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Accession #:
2005-048

Name of Collection:
Wesolow, S. Adam. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
c.14 lin. ft. (21 boxes of slides)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:

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Accession #:
2007-074

Name of Collection:
Wesolow, S. Adam. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
3 lin. ft. (motion picture film)

Restrictions:

Contents:

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Accession #:
2005-031

Name of Collection:
Wesolow, Sigmund. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
62.5 lin. ft. (= 25 record cartons)

Restrictions:

Contents:
Protégé of Clarence Dennis at Maimonides Hospital. Specialty was vascular prostheses. President of the American Society for Artificial Internal Organs.

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Accession #:
2001-083

Name of Collection:
West, Margaret. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
2 lin. ft. (2 record cartons)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Material relating to nursing, public health, Indian health, Rusk committee and organization of executive branch

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Accession #:
1997-016

Name of Collection:
Western Surgical Association. Archives.

Dates:
1991,

Quantity:

Restrictions:

Contents:
Photographs of annual meetings from 1987-93.Transactions of annual meetings,1991. Program of annual meeting,1996. One copy of the Western Surgical and Gynecological Trannsactions, from the library of Dr. John B. Murphy, for the following year:1899-1907....no 1908, 1909, no 1910, 1911-1918. Preliminary finding aid prepared by the Western Surgical Association, Dr. Arthur S. McFee, Recording Secretary, see Curator of Modern Manuscripts.

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Accession #:
2001-160

Name of Collection:
William H. Helfand. Patent medicine pamphlet collection.

Dates:

Quantity:
4.75 lin. ft. (19 clamshell lgl)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Variety of medical and non-medical related pamphlets containing advertisements for patent medicine and other curatives subject matter, covering a wide-range of ailments.

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Accession #:
2011-032

Name of Collection:
Witkop, Berhard. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
1 box

Restrictions:

Contents:
Correspondence, presentations/slides, reprints, notes related to National Academy of Sciences, Paul Ehrlich Prize, Percy Julian, Siro Senoh, hematology research.

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Accession #:
2001-161

Name of Collection:
Witkop, Bernhard. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
.10 lin. ft. (1 folder = 1/2 document case)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Documents beginning of Witkop's NIH career (1949), letters from James Shannon, and later.

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Accession #:
2003-005

Name of Collection:
Witkop, Bernhard. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
2.5 lin. ft. (2 record cartons)

Restrictions:

Contents:
2 boxes of reprints, chronologically arranged. Also letters and photos of his Japanese students from the NIH Visiting Scholars Program he helped establish. Biographical essays he wrote about Paul Ehrlich and Percy Julian.

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Accession #:
2001-139

Name of Collection:
Witkop, Bernhard. Papers

Dates:
1956-1980)

Quantity:
.21 linear ft. (1 letterbox)

Restrictions:
none

Contents:
Papers relating to origins of NIH Visiting Program. Correspondence between Witkop and Abraham Patchornik, research chemist (organic chemistry) at the Weizmann Institute of Science (Reovoth, Israel ) and colleague of Witkop at NIAMD. Patchornik worked with amino acids, peptides and proteins with Witkop at NIH. Also include letters relating to Patchornik's 75th birthday celebration and symposium. Patchornik was first Visiting Fellow in 1957.

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Accession #:
2011-037

Name of Collection:
Work, Telford.

Dates:

Quantity:
6 folders (145 photos)

Restrictions:
None

Contents:
145 pictures of Work and other scientists and infectious disease specialists all over the world. Each photograph is labeled in the back with information as to identification of the protagonists, location and date. In some cases this information was very scant. Includes list identifying some particular facts about people or places.

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Accession #:
2013-026

Name of Collection:
Wyand, Frank Milton. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
1 folder

Restrictions:

Contents:
Correspondence, receipts, military orders, and forms principlaly related to Wyand's Army Hospital discharge (tuberculosis), veteran's insurance policy/claims, and subsequent death benefits to his wife. Also includes photograph and obituary for his father Fred Wyand.

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Accession #:
2009-027

Name of Collection:
Young, James Harvey. Papers

Dates:

Quantity:
20 folders

Restrictions:
Personal corresp. Restricted until 1/1/2030

Contents:
Addition to alphabetical correspondence files; ephemera removed from JHY books.

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Accession #:
2004-049

Name of Collection:
Young, James Harvey. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
5 lin. ft. (4 record cartons)

Restrictions:
Personal corresp. Restricted until 1/1/2030

Contents:
Personal correspondence with colleagues; reprints.

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Accession #:
2008-044

Name of Collection:
Young, James Harvey. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
67 boxes

Restrictions:
Personal corresp. Restricted until 1/1/2030

Contents:
Collection portion originally donated to FDA History Office. Research subject files, correspondence, notes, interviews, speeches. Related to Young's quackery, food & drug, history of medicine roles. 5 transfer cases of books transferred to HMD Books Section.

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Accession #:
2002-016

Name of Collection:
Young, James Harvey. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
.1 lin. ft. (1 folder = 1/2 document case)

Restrictions:
Personal corresp. Restricted until 1/1/2030

Contents:
James Harvey Young's file of correspondence with Thomas Jukes.

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Accession #:
2002-023

Name of Collection:
Young, James Harvey. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
.42 lin. ft. (1 doc. case)

Restrictions:
Personal corresp. Restricted until 1/1/2030

Contents:
Correspondence, reprints and other material re Frederick J. Stare.

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Accession #:
2008-059

Name of Collection:
Young, James Harvey. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
10 RC boxes

Restrictions:
Personal corresp. Restricted until 1/1/2030

Contents:
remainder of 2008-044 accession.

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Accession #:
2002-099

Name of Collection:
Young, James Harvey. Papers.

Dates:

Quantity:
.10 lin. ft. (1 folder)

Restrictions:
Personal corresp. Restricted until 1/1/2030

Contents:
Subject and correspondence file related to Victor D. Herbert. Herbert made connection between anemia and lack of folic acid. He worked more generally in the area of quackery and alternative therapies.

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