One volume of reprints.
Fischbach, Gerald D.
One volume of reprints.
Fischbach, Gerald D.
Reprint collection of scientific publications. Most are related to smoking in relation to lung cancer, carcinoma. Most reprints are in English. Also one folder of laboratory notes on tar and radiation experiments.
Croninger, Adele B.
Cowan, W. Maxwell
This collection contains a set of reprints that Dr. Allen gave to the medical library of Washington University in 1965, and the photographs relating to an award he received in 1971 from the St. Louis Medical Society. The reprints include Dr. Allen’s reports of his ground-breaking work on progesterone, the Blue Color Test for DHIA in diagnosis of adrenal tumors, and the development of the “Allen Correction.”
Allen, Willard M.
Prospectus and manuscripts for "Time to Heal" and three notebooks compiled by Ludmerer as house officer at Barnes Hospital, June 23 to December 28, 1978 concerning patients in his care (Confidential materials: name of patients may not be duplicated or divulged by users of collection).
Ludmerer, Kenneth M.
The Samuel B. Guze Papers are arranged in eleven organizational series. The bulk of this large collection is contained in Series 3 (General Files) and Series 5 (Manuscripts). Included in the Guze Papers are letters, journal articles, and handwritten notes. However, a significant portion of the collection consists of drafts of articles that Dr. Guze and his colleagues compiled for publication, as well as the corresponding data collection documents used for research and analysis. Especially noteworthy in the Guze Papers are the two oral histories taken with Dr. Guze, as well as his personal diary located in Series 10. For more detailed information regarding the content of this collection, see the individual series descriptions and container lists.
Guze, Samuel B.
Of special interest in the Roy R. Peterson papers are manuscripts, photographs, and drawings for two of Dr. Peterson's publications: A Cross-Sectional Approach to Anatomy and Workbook for a Cross-Sectional Approach to Anatomy. The papers are organized in 6 series: 1. Equipment purchases and laboratory design, 1965-1970. 2. Selected student notebooks, 1943-1952. 3. Selected advisee theses, 1970-1971. 4. Study guides in histology, 1951-1957. 5. Selected publications, 1957-1982. . 6. Cross-section photography. .
Peterson, Roy R.
A collection of Howard's selected reprints, 1912-1927, while he was in Chinese institutions.
Howard, Harvey J.
Collection of Gasser's selected reprints, 1914-1927. Many of the scientific articles concern Gasser's work with Joseph Erlanger using a cathode-ray oscillograph to amplify and record electrical conduction, or action potentials, of nerves. Others are concerned with muscular contraction and the study and treatment of shock The collection also includes a bound copy of "Experimental Neurology," (Supplement 1, 1964) which contains Gasser's autobiographical memoir.
Gasser, Herbert S. (Herbert Spencer)
The John D. Vavra Papers are organized into 4 Series: 1. Correspondence to Family Members During Military Service, 1946-1947. 2. Correspondence, 1964-1986. 3. Manuscript for Unpublished, Unfinished Book on Medical Ethics, 1980. 4. Letters to Margaret Wallace (Margaret Vaughn) 1965-1968.
Vavra, John D.
The Jacob G. Probstein papers include short transcripts of at least two oral history interviews with Probstein on Jewish Hospital (1977), Probstein's short histories of the pancreatitis research group: "Sam Gray/ Michael Somogyi/ May Fund and Pancreatis"(1979), and two letters from Helen Graham about Evarts A. Graham(1965-1968). The Jacob G. Probstein reprints, 1924-1970 are the bulk of the material. The focus of the oral histories are Jewish Hospital of St. Louis, its chiefs of surgery, its patients (the Jewish community), its donors, the role of nurses and nurse administrators, Dr. Michael Somogyi and the pancreatitis and diabetes research group, the clinics, and early operative techniques in the old Delmar location of the hospital.
Probstein, J. G. (Jacob G.)
This small collection includes a few of Dr. Tuholske's reprints as well as other articles written about him. Reprints, addresses, and manuscript papers associated with surgical pathology, the lives of Tuholske and his colleagues, and Missouri Medical College. Many manuscripts are on the letterhead of the Surgical and Gynecological Hospital where Tuholske was affiliated.
Tuholske, H. (Herman)
Butcher's files document his career and those of his colleagues such as Evarts A. Graham, Peter Heinbecker, Carl Moyer and Eugene M. Bricker. Included are correspondence and clippings about the Washington University School of Medicine, its Department of Surgery, and Barnes Hospital, as well as journal reprints and the texts of several lectures delivered by Butcher.
Butcher, Harvey R.
Letter? from Anschuetz to Eugene M. Bricker regarding Evarts A. Graham and the first cholecystogram film.
Anschuetz, Robert R.
Biographical sketch of Isaac Alexander Bigger, Jr., M.D. (1893-1955), written at the request of the American Association of Thoracic Surgery. Bigger was professor and chief of the Department of Surgery of the Medical College of Virginia from 1930-1955; he served as the 27th president of the American Association for Thoracic Surgery.
Bosher, Lewis H., Jr.
Biography of Ernest St. John Simms (1917-1983), who joined the Washington University School of Medicine as a technician in the Department of Surgery in 1936. In 1953 he became a technical assistant in the Department of Microbiology. Simms became a key collaborator of the department's then head, Dr. Arthur Kornberg, and later collaborated with Dr. Herman Eisen. In 1968 Simms was promoted to research assistant professor, and in 1971 to research associate professor, a position he held until his death. Simms was also an active member of the Admissions Committee of the medical school for several years.
See also the Department of Genetics Records (RG016).
Background material for an article on M. Anita Whitney that appeared in the St. Louis Globe Democrat, July 15, 1971. Includes interview notes, notes on Whitney's publications on Nigeria, and a memo to Dr. Gerald T. Perkoff from Dorothy A. Brockhoff, July 6, 1971 re: enclosed "mini-profile" on Dr. Anita Whitney for Globe-Democrat family page.
The papers consist of three series: 1. General files, 1952-1973; 2. Letters from J.K. Parnas, 1932-1947; and 3. Reprints, 1911-1945. General Files contain bibliographies of Gerty Cori, letters to Herman Kalckar, and selected transcript including “This I believe, 1952”
Cori, Gerty T.
The files in this collection have been arranged into three organizational series: professional meetings, personal correspondence, and laboratory notebooks and lectures. The Sonnenwirth Papers are comprised of files that were recovered from his office at the Microbiology Laboratory of Jewish Hospital. The original file order and folder titles have been maintained. Note that Series 1 (Professional Meetings), which relates to Sonnenwirth’s activities in various professional associations, comprises a significant portion of this collection. The approximate dates of the contents are indicated in the container listing, which follows.
Sonnenwirth, Alexander C.
Letter from Dorothy A. Brockoff to Harold M. Schmeck of the New York Times regarding Feigin's research on metabolic changes after bacterial and viral infection and the analysis of amino acids in diagnosing the cause of infection. Also notes from Feigin and Brockoff describing this research.
Feigin, Ralph D.