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This collection consists of 10 photographs, 1 course card, and 1 architectural drawing from Saint Louis Medical College and Missouri Dental College. The photographs are bound in a booklet; there are three copies of the booklet in this collection.
This collection consists of 306 Photographs, postcards, and course cards collected by Robert E. Schleuter. The photographs and postcards primarily depict hospitals in England, France, Austria, Germany, and St. Louis. A selection of the postcards depict medical subjects in art, as well as French postcards depicting "humorous" medical subjects. The course cards are from St. Louis Medical College and Missouri Medical College.
This collection insludes the contents of a 301st Combat Support Hospital (formerly Base Hospital 21) unit history poster session, with photographs and newspaper clippings relating to unit's deployment in the Gulf and Afghanistan and a memo from unit chaplain relating to his deployment in Kosovo.
This collection consists of 19 photographs and one bookplate engraving. Depicted subjects include views of the Biochemistry Laboratory at Washington University School of Medicine, views of Barnes Hospital and the North and South Buildings under construction, and photographs of Philip A. Shaffer and his daughters.
Shaffer, Philip A.
This collection consists of 2136 photomicrographs originally mounted in 5 notebooks that have been unbound and arranged into 37 folders. Ruth Silberberg states in her oral history that the Silberbergs learned electron microscopy in 1959, so the electron micrographs in the series probably antedate 1959. Each photomicrograph is individually labeled with information such as mice strain (C57 or Dba), sex, age, hormone or other treatment with dose and frequency and other information concerning the microphotograph, including the level of magnification. For a description of each folder, please see FC086, Series 2.
This collection consists of a bound Sinhalese Ola (book-manuscript).
This collection consists of 10 prints reproduced from original caricatures depicting scenes related to the creation and dissemination of the smallpox vaccine. The original caricatures were created by French, German, and Italian artists in the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
This collection consists of 82 photographs and prints depicting various topics including notable persons, class photos, buildings and institutes. Many items have been relocated to other subject classified collections.
This includes 415 photographs, 35 mm slides, certificates and documents related to Lucille S. Spalding's service with the 21st General Hospital during World War II. With the exception of the slides, the items in this collection were originally contained in 5 scrapbooks; facsimiles of these scrapbooks were created and are also a part of the collection. A portion of the photographs in this collection are copies of photographs in VC013.
This collection consists of 9 photographs depicting A. Ernest and Jane G. Stein, William H. Danforth, Joseph J. Volpe, and other Washington University School of Medicine faculty at a reception for the endowment of the Stein Professorship of Developmental Neurology.
This collection consists of 166 photographs and negatives, primarily photographs depicting group and composite portraits of classes from the Washington University School of Dental Medicine from 1890 to 1991. In addition to the photographs, there are also a small number of negatives depicting exterior views of the School of Dental Medicine building at 4559 Scott Avenue.
Washington University School of Dental Medicine
This collection consists of photographs, charts, and drawings mounted on 241 sheets of paper. The images depicit various scenes from Washington University School of Dentistry that were originally bound together in a booklet or binder. The collection of images were likely meant as an exhibit illustrating the importance of the School of Dentistry and to advocate for more funding and for rennovations to the school building.