Collection VC068 - Harold A. Bulger Photographs and Prints

Exterior view of the old Chouteau Mill, St. Charles, Missouri. Admittance card to practice medicine at the Hostpital of the Sisters of Charity, St. Louis, Misso... Group portrait of eight men with a dissected cadaver. Portrait of G. S. Walker. Eads Bridge. Eads Bridge. St. Louis Court House and Planters Hotel. Studio portrait of William T. Coughlin. Missouri Medical College and Christian Brothers College. Portrait of Joseph Nash M'Dowell. Drawing of the home of Dr. Saugrain, St. Louis, Missouri. Drawing of the home of Dr. Saugrain, St. Louis, Missouri. Collage of photographs, site of the home of Dr. Saugrain. Chouteau's Pond, St. Louis, Missouri. Missouri Medical College first building, St. Louis, Missouri. Drawing of Kemper Medical College, St. Louis, Missouri. Drawing of Dr. McDowell's Medical College, St. Louis, Missouri. Drawing of Fritz and Wainwright Brewery, St. Louis, Missouri. Hand-drawn map of 8th and 9th streets, St. Louis, Missouri. Studio portrait of Joseph Nash McDowell.
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Description

Reference code

VC068

Level of description

Collection

Title

Harold A. Bulger Photographs and Prints

Date(s)

  • 1840-1938 (Creation)

Extent

1.25 Linear Feet

Scope and content

This collection consists of 176 photographs and prints taken and collected by Harold A. Bulger and relating to the history of medical education in St. Louis. Depicted subjects include Joseph Nash McDowell and Missouri Medical College, St. Louis Medical and Missouri Dental College, Beaumont Hospital Medical College, St. John's Hospital, Washington University Hospital, St. Louis University Medical Department, Marion-Sims College of Medicine, Barnes Medical College, St. Louis College of Physicians and Surgeons, American Medical College, and Homoeopathic Medical College of Missouri. Many of the photographs were taken by Bulger in the 1930s to document the former sites of defunct insitutions. The photographs are often mounted and juxtaposed with prints of drawings or engravings depicting the medical college buildings at their former locations in St. Louis. Some of the prints depict Missouri Medical College (also known as McDowell Medical College) when it was taken over and used as a military prison during the Civil War. Many of the original prints, photographs, and daguerrotypes are housed by the Missouri Historical Society, and copy prints were made for Bulger.

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Some items have been previously been removed from this collection, which has led to an incomplete sequence of numbered items.

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The collection is open and accessible for research.

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Conditions governing reproduction

Users of the collection should read and abide by the Rights and Permissions guidelines at the Bernard Becker Medical Library Archives.

Users of the collection who wish to cite items from this collection, in whole or in part, in any form of publication must request, sign, and return a Statement of Use form to the Archives.

For detailed information regarding use of this collection, contact the Archives and Rare Book Department of the Becker Library (arb@wusm.wustl.edu).

Preferred Citation:

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

Languages of the material

  • English

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  • Latin

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