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Byrne, John. Clinical Notes on the Electric Cautery in Uterine Surgery, 1873

Typescript, descriptive summary, of case histories documenting patients with gynecological diseases requiring surgery. Revised version of paper appeared in the New York Medical Record, (December-January 1872-1873).

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Chicago Heart Association. Records, 1918-1950

The Chicago Heart Association Records comprise three linear feet of files containing mainly off-prints, typescripts and pamphlets collected by the Association for distribution to the public. Some correspondence is also included. The material essentially deals with the topics of heart disease, con...

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Chicago Laryngological and Ontological Society. Records, 1899-1951

Records of the regular monthly and annual meetings of the Chicago Laryngological and Ontological Society.

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Chicago Neurological Society. Records, 1904-1917

Manuscript and typescript minutes of meetings of the Chicago Neurological Society. Includes printed miscellanea.

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Chicago Psychological Association. Records, 1924-1989

Founded in 1924. The Chicago Psychological Club changed its name to Chicago Psychological Association in 1979. Typed, mimeographed, printed, and handwritten material, including minutes, conferences, bylaws, and other records.

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Fantus, Bernard. Collection, 1874-2009

The Bernard Fantus Collection primarily consists of correspondence, photographs, professional documents, biographical materials and newspaper clipping focused on the life and death of Bernard Fantus. Also contained within the collection are articles and newspaper clippings about blood banks and t...

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Hooper, Frances. Papers, 1928-1976

Frances Hooper (1892-1986) was a journalist and advertising executive. She was founder and president of the Frances Hooper Advertising Agency. Hooper was also an author and avid collector of books and art. Correspondence, books, photographs, and notes in the collection reflect Hooper’s personal l...

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Illinois Society for Medical Research. Records, 1895-1975

The Illinois Society for Medical Research was organized in 1951 by doctors, biologists, and researchers to educate the public on the benefits of medical research, particularly on the necessity of animal experimentation. The Society Records contain correspondence, research manuscripts, manuscripts...

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Lanzl, Lawrence H. Papers, 1929-2000

Lawrence Lanzl (1921-2001) was a distinguished researcher in the area of medical physics, who worked both on the Manhattan Project and as a cancer researcher and professor of in the Department of Radiology while at the University of Chicago. This collection consists of 40.5 linear feet of Dr. Lan...

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Luckhardt, Arno B. Papers, 1918-1954

Arno Benedict Luckhardt, 1885 – 1957, physiologist. The papers contain professional and personal correspondence; speeches and papers by Luckhardt on medical and historical subjects, including the William Beaumont Collection at the University of Chicago; and photographs and memorabilia. The materi...

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Rush Medical College. Records, 1923-1941

Contains agreements between Rush Medical College and the University of Chicago. Also includes some correspondence and copies of miscellaneous documents and printed material, including the Rush Medical School charter, pamphlets, and programs...

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Senn, Nicholas Papers, 1866-1908

Nicholas Senn (1844-1908) surgeon, professor of surgery, and author. The collection includes more than 150 manuscripts documenting Senn’s studies and career, primarily handwritten manuscripts for articles, books, and lectures. Also include case histories, studies of cancer, lectures on the histor...

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Society of Medical History of Chicago, Bulletin and Correspondence, 1911-1935

Letters from various medical historians to George H. Weaver, editor, tipped into published, bound issues of the Bulletin of the Society of Medical History of Chicago, vols. 1-4 (1911-35).

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Society of Medical History of Chicago. Records, 1830-1982

The Society of Medical History of Chicago was founded in 1909 "to secure and preserve matters pertaining to the history of medical institutions, organizations and individuals particularly of Chicago and the adjacent country; and to stimulate interest in medical history in general." Original membe...

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Stenn, Frederick. Papers, 1938-1964

The papers of Frederick Stenn consist of material pertaining to Dr. Stenn's unpublished biography of Dr. Ludvig Hekteon (1863-1951), a noted Chicago pathologist and surgeon at Rush Medical Hospital. The collection includes correspondence, the original typescript of "Ludvig Hektoen, Medical Mentor...

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Strong, Reuben Myron. History of the Stritch Medical School of Loyola University, 1951

Typescript essay on the origin, organization, administration, and faculty of the Stritch Medical School of Loyola University. Includes table of contents. Illustrated with five photographs.

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Winston, Thomas. Papers, 1854-1927

Thomas Winston was a physician with Illinois troops during the Civil War. These papers relate primarily to Winston's activities as a surgeon during the Civil War. Includes biographical material, case histories, lists of medical supplies, receipts for effects of soldiers, and various documents rel...

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