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Saint Louis Society of Internal Medicine Records

  • PC114
  • Collection
  • 1908-2008

The St. Louis Society for Internal Medicine records are comprised of mostly organizational records including meeting minutes, agendas, and member rosters. Another significant part of this collection is made up of correspondence, curriculum vitas of members, and the text of lectures given at meetings. Also noteworthy is a typescript volume of early historical sketches, a volume on officers, membership and attendance records, dues and assessments, and legal documents including the articles of agreement and original by-laws.

Shirley Lee Stevenson Collection

  • PC137
  • Collection

This small collection includes items that Shirley Stevenson acquired as a student at the Washington University School of Nursing from 1944-1947.

August Carl Schulenburg Papers

  • PC066
  • Collection
  • 1902-1908

August Carl Schulenburg was a graduate of the Washington University Medical Department in 1906, and he served as an intern at the St. Louis Mullanphy Hospital the following year.  His papers and photographs afford a rare glimpse of medical education in the early 1900s from the perspective of a student and a young physician.  The narrative entitled “Reminiscences of August Carl Schulenburg, 1902-1907” in Series 1 is an especially interesting and informative piece.

Walter Wyman Reprints

  • PC048
  • Collection
  • 1883-1911

Reprints of papers, essays, and addresses by Walter Wyman, MD, Surgeon General, 1883-1911... secured through courtesy of Messrs Henry P. and Frank Wyman for the St. Louis Medical History Club by George Homan, MD,... 1911.

Luna Thomas Scrapbook

  • PC148
  • Collection

This small collection includes a small scrapbook kept by Luna Thomas, a 1927 graduate of the St. Louis City Hospital Training School for Nurses.  The scrapbook includes the program for the 1927 graduation ceremony, state board exam grades, various alumni banquet programs, and other memorabilia.

Henry A. Uhlemeyer Papers

  • PC153
  • Collection

This small collection includes a certificate indicating Dr. Uhlemeyer served as an Assistant Resident in Otolaryngology at Barnes Hospital in 1944 and as a Resident in Otolaryngology at Barnes Hospital in 1944-1945, Dr. Uhlemeyer’s medical diploma from Washington University, a "Caduceus" yearbook from Beaumont High School in St. Louis, and Washington University medical alumni reunion photo of the class of 1943.

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