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John F. Patton, Jr. Papers

  • FC168
  • Collection
  • 1940-1980

This collection contains the personal papers, photographs, motion pictures, and artifacts collected by John F. Patton, Jr. that relate to his service in the U.S. Army’s 21st General Hospital during World War II.

Patton, John F.

Ronald G. Evens Papers

  • FC169
  • Collection
  • 1964-2004

The Ronald G. Evens Papers contain newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, reprints, photographs, tapes, and artifacts which document the career of Dr. Ronald Evens. The material mainly covers the period following Dr. Evens’ graduation from Washington University School of Medicine in 1964, and encompasses his time as Director of Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology, Chairman of the Washington University School of Medicine Department of Radiology, and Radiologist-in-Chief at Barnes and St. Louis Children’s Hospital, beginning in 1971. The material also encompasses Dr. Evens’ time as president of St. Louis Children’s Hospital (1986-1988), and his leadership within professional organizations such as the American College of Radiology and the American Roentgen Ray Society. The collection is divided into six series, with series 1, containing pages from three scrapbooks kept by Dr. Evens, and series 6, containing artifacts belonging to Dr. Evens, being especially of note.

Evens, Ronald G.

Rafael Lorente de No Reprints and Drawings

  • FC170
  • Collection
  • 1921-1934

One bound volume of reprints of 19 scientific articles, 1921-1934, authored or co-authored by Rafael Lorente de Nó.

Two framed original cartoons drawn and lettered by Rafael Lorente de Nó. One is entitled “The Spirit of Nerve.” The second is primarily text which reads, in part: “Beware of the Arquitrabe!”

Lorente de No, Rafael

Edmund B. Alvis Papers

  • FC172
  • Collection
  • 1934-1978

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.

William Taussig Papers

  • FC176
  • Collection

A large, leather-bound, commemorative “In Memoriam” (5 pages) for William Taussig, MD.

Taussig, William

Carl Moyer Papers

  • FC178
  • Collection

The collection includes a number of Dr. Moyer's research files, specifically his work on burn treatment, as well as two boxes of lantern slides.

Moyer, Carl A.

David and Barbara Brown Papers

  • FC179
  • Collection

This small collection contains materials relating to the planning, construction, and opening of the McDonnell Medical Sciences Building and various correspondence between David Brown and Barbara Brown with Carl Cori.

Brown, David H. (David Henry)

Thomas B. Ferguson Papers

  • FC182
  • Collection

This collection consists of seven series, containing correspondence and other related materials from throughout his career, including his terms as the president of the American Association of Thoracic Surgery and editor of the Annals of Thoracic Surgery.

Ferguson, Thomas B. (Thomas Bruce)

Neal S. Bricker Papers

  • FC184
  • Collection

This collection includes 60 binders of materials used by Dr. Bricker during the creation of manuscripts for publication of his research papers, 155 research notebooks, 2 bound volumes including Dr. Bricker's reprints, and 2 grant applications.

Bricker, Neal S.

Wesley A. Clark Papers

  • FC186
  • Collection

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.

Alan L. Schwartz Papers

  • FC187
  • Collection

Box 1 contains the program of the scientific symposium honoring Alan L. Schwartz held on October 18, 2016 and five DVDs recording the presentations at the symposium. The speakers include: Louis Muglia, Norman Rosenblum, Jeffrey Saffitz, Arnold Strauss, Aaron Ciechanover, David Ransohoff, Brigitte Gomperts, Jeffrey Gordon, Kenneth Polonsky, and Margaret Hostetter. Also in the collection is the photo album honoring Schwartz made by the faculty, fellow, residents, students, and staff of the Department of Pediatrics and the St. Louis Children's Hospital presented to him on October 18, 2016. There is also a 22 page color printout of a powerpoint presentation entitled "Improving Our Children's Heath Through Research, Education, and Service," presented in September 2015 as the 20th State of Department [of Pediatrics] Address.

Box 2 contains a leatherbound volume illustrated with images from the life and career of Alan L. Schwartz presented to Schwartz at the time of his retirement as the Harriet B. Spoehrer Professor and head of the Department of Pediatrics, October 28, 2016.

Schwartz, Alan L.

Robert Senior Collection

  • FC188
  • Collection

This small collection includes medical campus publications and other news articles featuring Dr. Robert Senior, particularly as it relates to his position at Jewish Hospital’s Division of Respiratory and Critical Care and Pulmonary Care Department.  There is also documentation about his prominent role in the 1992 Clover Ball fundraiser which helped to fund a new Respiratory Research Laboratory at Jewish Hospital, as well as other items relating to the general history of Jewish Hospital.  Also included are a diploma and two photographs of Dr. Senior’s father-in-law, Joseph M. Orenstein, a 1930 graduate of the Washington University School of Medicine.

Senior, Robert M.

Robert W. Kelley Papers

  • FC190
  • Collection
  • 1942-1976

The material in this collection is primarily related to Robert W. Kelley's military service during World War II with the 21st General Hospital. The largest series is series 1, which includes his military service record, his handwritten patient notes, and Special Court-Martial files against members of 21st General Hospital, as well as reunion lists. Series 2 contains photographs primarily related to the 21st, but also includes a selection of unrelated photographs. Series 3 contains publications including The Quarterly of the Phi Beta Pi Medical Fraternity, The Diplomate, and a Commencement program from Washinton University. Finally, series 4 contains a small amount of general correspondence.

Kelley, Robert W.

Teresa J. Vietti Papers

  • FC191
  • Collection
  • 1927-2009

This collection contains records related to Teresa J. Vietti, emeritus professor of pediatrics at Washington Unviersity School of Medicine. The contents of the collection include photographs, correspondence, articles, certificates, biographical information including a CV, and a signed first edition of her textbook Clinical Pediatric Oncology (1973). The majority of the correspondence and articles in the collection pertain to Teresa Vietti's identical twin sister, Ardel, and the search for her wherabouts after she was kidnapped by members of the Viet Cong on May 30, 1962. Some of the correspondence was originally sent to Teresa's parents, Grace and Victor Vietti, and includes investigative reports filed by the Department of State.

Vietti, Teresa J.

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