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Class of 1934 Slides

  • VC215
  • Collection

This collection consists of 9 35 mm slides depicting members of the Washington University School of Medicine Class of 1934. 7 of the slides are photos from the 1930s, and the other 2 are portraits from the 1980s.

David B. Clifford Photographs

  • VC103
  • Collection

This collection consists of 10 images scanned from slides in the possession of David B. Clifford, MD. The images depict the St. Louis City Hospital wards circa 1976, and the surrounding area of the hospital circa 1985.

Clinical Sciences Research Building Slides

  • VC304
  • Collection
  • circa 1983

This collection consists of three Kodak slide trays containing 35mm color slides and accompanying narrative cassette tapes. The slide presentations were produced by the Wagner Group, Inc., St. Louis to raise funds for the construction and furnishing of the Clinical Sciences Research Building and feature interviews with Drs. Paul E. Lacy, Julio V. Santiago, and Clarence Weldon. Each of the slide trays includes approximately the same presentation, but with a slightly varied number of slides.

Central Institute for the Deaf Lantern Slides

  • VC046
  • Collection
  • 1927

This collection conists of 10 glass lantern slides depicting the floorplans and blueprints for the proposed additions to the second Central Institute for the Deaf building, originally drawn in 1927.

Thomas H. Burford Photographs, Drawings, Certificates, and Artifacts

  • VC138
  • Collection
  • 1922-1977

This collection consists of 64 photographs, drawings, certificates, and artifacts from the medical and military career of Thomas H. Burford. Photographs include group portraits with friends and colleagues and portraits of Evarts A. Graham. Drawings are by F.C. Kelly and depict surgical proceedures. Certificates include diplomas, awards, military appointment and discharge certificates, proclamations, certificates of appreciation, and in memorium certificates. Artifacts include a key to the city of Vicennes, Indiana, foreign currency collected during Burford's overseas military service during World War II, and a Society of Thoracic Surgery felt badge.

Burford, Thomas H. (Thomas Hanahan), 1907-1977

Clinical Sciences Research Building Dedication Scrapbook

  • VC307
  • Collection
  • 1984-1985

This collection consists of 21 photographs bound in a scrapbook made for Anne Lehmann, who had made a financial donation that went toward the surgical floor of Washington University School of Medicine's Clinical Sciences Research Building. The photographs include scenes from the dedication of the building, interior and exterior views of the building, and close-ups of dedication plaques.

Washington University School of Medicine Class of 1934 Photographs

  • VC058
  • Collection
  • 1954, 1959, 1989

This collection consists of 19 photographs and 3 bound albums depicting members of the Washington University School of Medicine class of 1934 at reunion celebrations. The unbound photographs duplicate the photographs in the first album commemorating the 30th reunion of the class of 1934. The other two albums depict scenes from the class's 35th and 55th reunions.

Harold A. Bulger Photographs and Prints

  • VC068
  • Collection
  • 1840-1938

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.

Hallowell Davis Photographs

  • VC091
  • Collection
  • 1934-1939

This collection consists of 12 photographs depicting scenes from the early days of electroencephalography, including photographs published in LIFE magazine and the Sunday Mirror, and brain wave graphs published by Hallowell Davis, et. al. in the Journal of Neurophysiology.

Davis, Hallowell, 1896-1992

E.V. Cowdry Cytological Drawings

  • VC188
  • Collection
  • 1911-1932

This collection consists of 70 cytological drawings and 5 sketchbooks drawn by E.V. Cowdry. Many of the drawings were matched to articles written by Cowdry and originally published between 1911 and 1932. See FC008, Series 72 for reprints of the relevant articles.

Cowdry, E. V. (Edmund Vincent)

Henry Clay Davis Photographs

  • VC301
  • Collection

This collection consists of 10 photographs related to Henry Clay Davis, including views of his home, a church, and his gravestone. Also included in this collection is a photograph from the unveiling of a plaque dedicated to the memory of Kate McSorely, who was a nurse to Dr. Davis when he succumbed to Yellow Fever in 1878, and who died shortly after he did.

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