Series FC001-S05 - Bibliographies, lecture notes, 1900-1946.


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Bibliographies, lecture notes, 1900-1946.



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JE engaged in the common scholarly practice of noting citations to publications and other information important to his work on file cards or on sheets and slips of paper. Some items contain lengthy abstracts or commentary on the works cited and these at least in part served as materials for his lectures and talks. Most of the information is hand-written and the series includes many items with drawings and diagrams. These materials were probably compiled in large part between 1900 and 1950. When first processed for the Library, these files were designated to be "Series 5” and divided into subseries determined in part by the size of the card stock or paper size. The box numbers then were different from what they presently read. Samples of documents from two boxes were microfilmed on 16mm reel 16. Note that the box numbers in the series are not entirely consecutive: the box presently identified as Box 25 contains materials from Series 6 and thus those contents are described later in this finding aid. Boxes 20-24, 26-29.

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Item description, Reference Code, Bernard Becker Medical Library Archives, Washington University in St. Louis.

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