This collection consists of 126 photographs and certificates documenting the career of Virginia Minnich. Depicted subjects include class photographs of students at Washington University School of Medicine, portraits of Virignia Minnich as a young woman when she was Vilray P. Blair's patient, and scenes from Thailand, Turkey, and WUSM.
This collection consists of 1957 35mm slides depicting scenes from Washington University Medical Center alumni events.
This colleciton consists of 232 rolls of 35 mm. The film contains portraits of medical class members, including Clinical Clerkship Program students, taken from 1946 to 1984.
This collection consists of 69 group portrait photographs of Washington University School of Medicine classes (1934 to 1987) at various reunions.
Approximately 20,000 35mm negatives and approximately 550 contact sheets and photographs featuring faculty, staff, students, and facilities of the Washington University School of Medicine created by the office of Medical Public Affairs from 1982 to 1986.
This collection consists of 161 photographs and 1 framed document depicting the groundbreaking ceremony for and construction progress on the McDonnell Medical Sciences Building. The collection also includes a few exterior views of the building and courtyard after its completion. The framed document is an electrocardiogram and impedance pneumogram of astronauts James A. McDivitt and Edward H. White, II, taken during the Gemini IV mission in 1965 and presented to Washingon University School of Medicine at the groundbreaking ceremony in 1967.
32 Photographs, artifacts. See also Joseph Nash McDowell Manuscript and Ephemera Collection (FC167).
This collection consists of 18 digital surrogates of photographs depicting C. Barber Mueller throughout his career. Three of the photographs are foreground selections of VC063015 superimposed on different backgrounds.
This collection consists of 129 photographs depicting African-American alumni, students, and faculty of Washington University School of Medicine. The photographs primarily depict an event honoring members of the class of 1983 and a lecture or address given by James R. Gavin, III, Aubrey R. Morrison, and Joseph R. Simpson. The photographs also depict men and women at other alumni events.
Photographs and slides.
This collection consists of ninety-five 35mm slides, including some duplicated or variant images, produced from archival and private sources for a show honoring the Class of 1944, 1993-94. Many of the images are duplicates of those found in other visual collections.
This collection consists of 62 photographs depicting views of St. Louis Medical College, Missouri Medical College, Washington University School of Medicine, and Washington University in St. Louis, as well as portraits of Washington University School of Medicine faculty and Barnes Hosptial medical staff.
This collection consists of 16 reproductions of paintings, engravings, and woodcuts related to medical history, including prints from Andreas Vesalius's "De humani corporis fabrica." The majority of the facsimiles were produced in 1976 by Yale University for a portfolio titled, "Medical History in Pictures Series One: 15th and 16th Century Woodcuts of the Human Body."
This collection consists of 8 photographs primarily depicting scenes from the professonal career of Carl V. Moore. Photographs include signed portraits of Leo Loeb and Carl T. and Gerty F. Cori, as well as photographs of Moore receiving an award, at a Medical Alumni Association dinner with colleagues, and at work in the laboratory.
Moore, Carl V.
This collection consists of 13 photographs, primarily portraits, of Carl V. Moore.
Moore, Carl V.
This collection consists of 32 photographs depicting scenes from the early years of the St. Louis School for Occupational Therapy, which merged with the Occupational Therapy program at Washington University in 1945. Depicted subjects include patients crafting at Robert Koch Hospital, Barnes, Hospital, and St. Louis City Hospital, as well as exhibits of crafts made by patients and O.T. students.
This collection consists of 37 photographs bound in an album depicting scenes from the Nobel Science Hall dedication weekend at Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, Minnesota. Carl F. Cori was in attendance and appears in two of the photographs.
This collection consists of 23 advertising pamphlets featuring color illustrations of historical medical facitilities in the United States. The pamphlets were distributed by Ciba Pharmaceutical Products, Inc., of Summit, New Jersey to advertise several drugs created by the company.