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Black G V Manuscripts, Correspondence and Photographs, 1867-1915

This digitized collection includes: manuscripts on general subjects; correspondence between G.V. Black and Dr. Frederick S. McKay on mottled teeth; photographs; correspondence and other memorabilia from the 1893 World Dental Congress held in conjunction with the 1893 World's Columbia...

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Guide to the American Hospital Supply Corporation Catalogs and Publications, 1928-1986

Foster G. McGaw, founder of the American Hospital Supply Corporation, was an entrepreneur and philanthropist whose generosity to Northwestern University enhanced both the Evanston and Chicago campuses. His close relationship with the university resulted from the proximity of his corporate headqua...

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Guide to the American Hospital Supply Corporation Records, 1920-1986

Filling twenty-two boxes, this series dates between 1920 to 1986. Records are included for the following categories: advertising; marketing; corporate correspondence; divisional records for acquisitions and subsidiaries; mergers; scrapbooks; stocks and securities; legal records.

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Guide to the Foster G. McGaw (1897-1986) Papers, 1885-1986

The Foster McGaw papers document McGaw's life between 1908 and 1986 and fill 95 boxes. They are divided into three subseries: Personal Files, Philanthropic Records, and Financial Records. The papers illuminate both McGaw's personal concerns and, to a lesser extent, his business affairs, although ...

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Guide to the Isaac Arthur Abt (1867-1955) Papers, 1881-1966

Isaac Arthur Abt, pediatrician and Northwestern University Medical School professor, began his practice in internal medicine but gravitated to pediatrics, with a particular intererst in nutrion, and became one of the earliest specialists in the field. The Isaac Arthur Abt Papers are arranged in s...

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Guide to the Michael Mason Papers, 1912-1968

Michael Mason, a surgeon, received four degrees from Northwestern University. Following his education he taught at Northwestern and revived U.S. Base Hospital No. 12, which operated essentially as a Northwestern military medical unit. Mason's papers fill four folders and contain biographical info...

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Guide to the Quentin Young Papers, 1937-2013

The Quentin Young papers consist of 47 boxes, and contain a wide variety of papers relating to Young's personal life and the organizations he was affiliated with. Since the 1960's, Young has been an advocate for progressive policy reform in medicine, having founded both the Medical Committee for ...

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Guide to the United States Army Base Hospital Number 12 World War I and II Records, 1917-2006

Clippings, programs, poems, newsletters, journals, published articles, memorabilia, correspondence, photographs, and a scrapbook pertaining to U.S. Army Base Hospital No. 12 (Chicago Unit), frequently referred to as the Northwestern University Base Hospital, a general hospital unit organized by N...

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