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Content in Historic Medical Sites near Washington, DC was originally produced for the Local Arrangements Committee of the American Association for the History of Medicine annual meeting in 2000 as an educational program. Most of the illustrations were provided by institutions and reproduced here with their permission, if applicable. While some illustrations are in public domain, others may be copyrighted and may not be reproduced or distributed by any means. It is the responsibility of the individual wishing to use any one of the illustrations to determine its copyright status and to ensure that such use is in compliance with the U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17, United States Code). For more information about copyright see: https://www.nlm.nih.gov/hmd/copyright/


Credits

The original brochure Historic Medical Sites in the Washington, DC, Area was initiated and produced by Inci A. Bowman for the Local Arrangements Committee of the American Association for the History of Medicine annual meeting in 2000. It’s conversion to an online resource in 2004 would not have been possible without the encouragement and support of Elizabeth Fee of the National Library of Medicine, who served as the Chair of the Local Arrangements Committee. Acknowledgement is also due to many individuals from the following institutions for their assistance and cooperation:

Jan K. Herman
Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, Department of the Navy

Susan Finta
Clara Barton National Historic Site

Tamra Ward
Columbia Hospital for Women

Carmelita Snowden
District of Columbia General Hospital

David Anderson
George Washington University

Jeanne Larsen
Georgetown University

Department of Marketing and Public Relations
Howard University Hospital

Victoria Harden
National Institutes of Health

James Cassedy, Phillip Teigen, Stephen Greenberg, Jan Lazarus, Joe Fitzgerald, and Young Rhee
National Library of Medicine

Karen Thomason, Terry Reimer
National Museum of Civil War Medicine

Alan Hawk and Erin Roy
National Museum of Health and Medicine

John Parascandola
Public Health Service

Ramunas Kondratas
Smithsonian Institution

Guido R. Zanni
Saint Elizabeths Hospital

Sarah Becker
Stabler-Leadbeater Apothercary Museum


Picture Credits

The illustrations used in Historic Medical Sites Near Washington DC were provided by the following institutions:

Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, Department of the Navy
Old Naval Hospital Building

Clara Barton National Historical Site
Clara Barton National Historical Site

George Washington University, University Archives
George Washington University

Georgetown University
Georgetown University Medical Center

Library of Congress
District of Columbia General Hospital LC-H814-T-2583-018
Patent Office Building LC-D4-16170
F Street, NW LC-USZ62-112786
Former Site of Columbia Hospital for Women LC-USZ62-110231

Moody Medical Library, UTMB
Former Site of Walter Reed Army Medical Center

National Library of Medicine
Former Site of Lincoln General Hospital
Former Site of Armory Square Hospital
Former Site of Army Medical Museum and Library
Former Site of US College of Veterinary Surgeons
Former Site of Washington Infirmary
Ford's Theatre National Historical Site
Former Site of National Veterinary College
National Library of Medicine
Dewitt Stetten, Jr. Museum of Medical Research

National Museum of Civil War Medicine
National Museum of Civil War Medicine

National Museum of Health and Medicine
Armed Forces Institute of Pathology
National Museum of Health and Medicine

Stabler-Leadbeater Apothecary Museum
Stabler-Leadbeater Apothecary Museum

Digital photographs© by Inci Bowman
United States Capitol
Former Site of Saint Elizabeths Hospital
Smithsonian Institution
Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
Benjamin Rush Statue
Arlington National Cemetary
Samuel Hahnemann Memorial
Howard University Hospital


Website Credits

Originally developed as a brochure for attendees of the 2000 American Association for the History of Medicine, this resources was first adapted for the web in 2004 by Young Rhee and Roxanne Beatty (view archived version). It was redesigned in 2018 by Elizabeth Mullen and Steven Dunne to include interactive maps and related resources from the National Library of Medicine.

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