Kirk, J. E. (John Ebsen)
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Kirk, J. E. (John Ebsen)
Velick, Sidney F.
The collection includes a number of Dr. Moyer's research files, specifically his work on burn treatment, as well as two boxes of lantern slides.
Moyer, Carl A.
A short history written by Dr. Owens titled, “History of Anesthesiology and the Department of Anesthesiology, Washington University in Saint Louis School of Medicine and Barnes Hospital, 1912-1992”.
Owens, William D.
This collection contains the personal papers, photographs, motion pictures, and artifacts collected by John F. Patton, Jr. that relate to his service in the U.S. Army’s 21st General Hospital during World War II.
Patton, John F.
Perry, H. Mitchell (Horace Mitchell)
Price, Joseph L.
See oral history number OH035.
Purkerson, Mabel L.
This collection consists of seven series, containing correspondence and other related materials from throughout his career, including his terms as the president of the American Association of Thoracic Surgery and editor of the Annals of Thoracic Surgery.
Ferguson, Thomas B. (Thomas Bruce)
Our medical ancestors, the first one hundred years, second draft typescript
Soule, Samuel D.
Stahl, Phillip D.
Eulogy for Margaret (Margo) Skinner (1935-2008).
Chole, Richard A.
In her 1978 oral history interview, Dr. Brodman explains her pursuit of a degree in Library Science, her two years at Columbia University, and her early career in the Medical Library Association. Dr. Brodman then discusses her career at the National Library of Medicine and the differences between the Army Medical Library of the 1940s and the National Library of Medicine of the 1970s. She mentions the development of MEDLARS and GRACE and the demise of the Index Catalog. Dr. Brodman tells of coming to Washington University School of Medicine Library and changes in libraries over the decades. The several interviewers next respond to Dr. Brodman’s questions about the changes in the Washington University School of Medicine Library. The interview ends with Estelle Brodman’s statement on how fulfilling and exciting medical librarianship has been for her.
In her 1981 oral history interview, Dr. Brodman explains how she came to enter medical librarianship and the School of Library Service at Columbia University. She describes her early professional experiences at the Cornell University Nursing School Library, the main library of Columbia University and its medical library. There is a section on Dr. Brodman’s experiences at the Army Medical Library—National Library of Medicine from 1949 to 1961 and the changes during that period. Dr. Brodman discusses the history of the Medical Library Association and its relationship with the National Library of Medicine. She also details her involvement in the MLA – as editor of the Bulletin of the Medical Library Association, the development of the MLA Oral History Project, and her term as president and on various committees. Brodman discusses her decision to leave the National Library of Medicine and come to the Washington University School of Medicine Library in 1961 and her 20 years there. In addition, Brodman discusses her experiences serving as a consultant nationally and internationally, and changes in medical librarianship over the course of her long career.
This collection contains lectures, memoranda, data, correspondence, notes, clippings, and reprints.
Homan, George, 1846-1928
Archives on St. Louis Doctors for Peace
Kennell, David E.
The Hallowell Davis papers donated in 1977 are arranged in five series. The first, by far the largest, is made up of general files, concerning all aspects of HD’s research, committee work, and other professional activities. Series 1 contains 13 subseries, representing filing units which were kept more or less “active” for periods up to four academic years each. Each of the subseries contains materials dated both earlier and later than what appears to be the active period. Together the 13 comprise a rough chronological progression tracing HD’s activities from the late 1940s to the late 1960s. Series 2 contains materials in one series relating to HD’s work on aviation medicine for the U.S. National Military Establishment Research and Development Board, 1948-1954. Series 3 contains materials assembled during just after the period when HD served on the Committee on SST-Sonic Boom, 1964-1970. In it there are two subseries, respectively, committee documents and background material. Series 4 contains laboratory notebooks in two subseries. The first of these documents noise experiments measuring cochlear response of various laboratory animals performed under contract with the Office of Naval Research. The second concerns experiments on human cortical evoked potentials (HAVOC experiments). The six narratives of Series 5 are filed in order received by the Library.
A lecture by HD on videotape, ”Sleep in Tuxedo Park,” about a former research associate, Alfred L. Loomis, the American discoverer of human electroencephalography, recorded May 21, 1979, is in the Archives media collection. An oral history interview with Estelle Brodman, Librarian of Washington University School of Medicine Library, recorded April, 1977, is also in the Archives collection.
Davis, Hallowell, 1896-1992
Veeder, Borden S.
Glassberg, Bertrand Y.