Reprints, 1931-1951, presented by class of 1954
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Reprints, 1931-1951, presented by class of 1954
This small collection includes a draft and final copy of King's The Executive Faculty: An Administrative Tradition at the School of Medicine of Washington University, 1992.
King, M. Kenton (Morris Kenton)
FC094 Collection moved to Ball Rare book collection on 05/24/2012 Call Number: BALL E57r 1870-1880;
Reprints of 17 medical journal articles dealing with obstetrics and gynecology subjects, including "The mucous membrane of the uterus," "The hystero-neuroses," and "Time of conception and duration of pregnancy." https://catalog.wustl.edu/search~S2/?searchtype=X&searcharg=+Ball+E57r+1870-1880++&searchscope=2&sortdropdown=-&SORT=DZ&extended=0&SUBMIT=Search&searchlimits=&searchorigarg=X+Ball+E57r+1870-1880++%26SORT%3DD
Engelmann, George J.
Dr. Edmund B. Alvis’ papers document his continued connection with the Washington University Class of 1934, his service with the 21st General Hospital during World War II, and his patient care and research work in ophthalmic surgery from 1934. Types of materials in the collection include correspondence, photographs, publications, records of hospitalized cases and operations, research notes, and case reports.
Alvis, Edmund B.
Chaplin, Hugh M., Jr.
This collection contains materials related to Wesley Clark’s work in the field of computer science and his involvement in international scholarly exchanges, with a small part of the collection related to his personal life. Materials related to his work in computer science focus primarily on the LINC (Laboratory INstrument Computer), Macromodular Computer Systems and processing written Chinese for computer display. There is a modest representation in the collection of Clark’s non-LINC work carried out at MIT: Project Whirlwind, Lincoln Writer, L-1, and TX-2. These portions of the collection contain technical reports, memos, prototype drawings, LINC Evaluation program proceedings, publications, working notebooks, and notecards. The notebooks Wesley Clark used to develop his design of the LINC are of particular interest. Contract work represented includes Xerox PARC and Burroughs Corporation and contain expense statements, check stubs, reports, consulting agreements and correspondence.
Clark was involved in scholarly exchanges with the People’s Republic of China and the collection contains materials on multiple trips to China and materials from the CSCPRC (Committee on Scholarly Communication with the People’s Republic of China). Of particular interest is the 1972 visit to China where Clark, along with five other American computer experts (most accompanied by their wives), were selected to tour Chinese computer facilities. Materials include correspondence, minutes, newsletters, itineraries, travel journals, conference materials, brochures, articles, reports, notes, and ephemera.
Roughly half the collection is visual material in the form of photographs, contact sheets, negatives and slides. The majority of the visual collection include contact sheets and negatives (with a few photos) related to the projects and work carried out by the Computer Research Laboratory (CRL), later renamed the Computer Systems Laboratory, and focus on the LINC and Macromodular Computer Systems. Photographs, negatives and contact sheets of the 1972 trip to China are also noteworthy.
Clark, Wesley A.
Conrad, Marshall B.
This collection consists of material mostly from the year 1964, which was the year when the dispute between the medical school and Edgar M. Queeny, speaking for the Barnes Hospital Trustees, reached a point when there was practically no area of the joint operation on which the two institutions could agree.
Material regarding Carl V. Moore’s appointment as the first Vice Chancellor for Medical Affairs is included, as well as correspondence from M. Kenton King, Dr. Dempsey’s successor as Dean. The text of Dr. Dempsey’s resignation as Dean, his curriculum vitae and his obituary from 1975 are also included in the papers.
Dempsey, Edward W. (Edward Wheeler)
This small collection includes items relating to Samuel Grant and his two sons John M. Grant and Neville Grant, all of whom were faculty members at Washington University. The collection includes two different drafts (1992 and 2005) of John M. Grant's manuscript "A hierarchical model of living systems" as well as photographs of each of the men.
Grant, Samuel B.
Highstein, Stephen M.
See oral history number OH105.
Kahn, Lawrence I.
This collection includes scientific notebooks kept by Dr. Kopan, correspondence, reprints, and other items related to notch signaling.
Short biographical sketch (2 pages) of Vincil Rogers Deakin (1897-1977). Also, a 12 page "History of Urology at Washington University School of Medicine" written by Dr. Royce.
Royce, Robert K.
The items in this collection represent different aspects of Dr. Schwartz’s personal and professional life. Series 1 (General Hospital 21) and Series 2 (Consultant in Neurosurgery, Vietnam) contain files relating to Dr. Schwartz’s military service. Another important segment of this collection is comprised of his lecture notes in Series 3. The remaining series include photographs, certificates, films and videotapes, memorabilia, and the many awards Dr. Schwartz received throughout his lifetime.
Schwartz, Henry G.
Mueller, Charles Barber
The Frank O. Richards papers contains statistical and narrative pertaining primarily to Homer G. Phillips Hospital, the St. Louis municipal hospital founded and operated for African Americans in 1937, but also to two other institutions, City Hospital No. 2 and the Peoples’ Hospital, that treated black patients during decades of official racial segregation. Included are files on William H. Sinkler, medical director of Phillips Hospital from 1941 until 1960. The files in Box 1 in particular document the writing of his chapter, “The St. Louis Story,” in A Century of Black Surgeons. Box 2 contains later additions, notably an undergraduate thesis by Dean Lee Kolnick (2003) on Homer G. Phillips Hospital.
Richards, Frank O.
See oral history number OH076.
Strauss, Arthur E.
A large, leather-bound, commemorative “In Memoriam” (5 pages) for William Taussig, MD.