This collection consists of 7 photographs by St. Louis dentist William G. Swekowsky of scenes associated with John Gano Bryan (friend of Joseph Nash McDowell), George Engelmann, Frederick Adolphus Wislizenus, and the Barnes Medical College.
This collection consists of 10 photographs, certificates, and plaques from the career of William H. Olmsted. The photographs are portraits of Olmsted, including a group portrait with other Barnes Hospital physicians. Certificates and plaques include awards and commemorations.
Olmsted, William H.
This collection consists of 11 photographs related to William E. Allen, Jr. Ten of the photographs depict Allen, including two portraits. The other photograph depicts Sherwood Moore giving a lecture to his radiology students.
This collection consists of 327 photographs and artifacts related to William Beaumont. The majority of the photographs depict scenes from annual pilgrimages to Beaumont's grave conducted by the St. Louis Medical Society and related organizations. Other depicted subjects include views of sites where William Beaumont was born, lived, and worked, views of the site where Alexis St. Martin was accidentally shot, and several copy negatives of letters and certificates related to Beaumont. See also PC001 for original copies of the letters and certificates. Artifacts in the collection include two XIII International Physiological Congress medallions featuring the profile of William Beaumont, and a miniature painted plaster bust of Beaumont.
This collection consists of 1 photograph and 4 certificates, including membership certificates and an invitation to William B. Kountz to the 1961 White House Conference on Aging.
Kountz, William B.
This collection consists of 4 photographs and artifacts from a St. Louis Medical Society meeting on January 5, 1971, during which Willard M. Allen was awarded the St. Louis Medical Society Award of Merit.
Allen, Willard M.
This collection consists of 231 photographs and negatives depicting scenes from Wendell G. Scott's professional life. The majority of the photographs in the collection were taken by Scott himself, including many images of his Barnes Hospital colleagues at work, and views of sailors working and undergoing physical therapy at a U.S. Navy Hospital. Depicted subjects also include Scott and colleagues x-raying patients, group portraits with Scott at cancer research events, and views of Dr. John Sappington's historic house.
Scott, Wendell G., 1905-1972
This collection consists of 54 certificates and 2 academic hoods awarded to Wendell G. Scott throughout his career, including diplomas, awards, membership certificates, and certificates related to Scott's military service.
This collection consists of 666 photographs depicting case study patients, x-rays, kymograms, cholecystograms, autopsy specimens, gallbladder cholangiograms, and various figures used in research publications by Wendell G. Scott.
Scott, Wendell G., 1905-1972
This collection consists of 604 photographs and artifacts from the Washington University School of Nursing. The photographs are primarily group portraits and composite of various entering and graduating classes. Depicted subjects also include interior and exterior views of the school and the Nurse's Residence, including photographs taken for promotional materials. This collection also includes two student nurse uniforms, a nursing cap, and a flag commemorating the nurses who served with Base Hospital 21. This collection also includes a group of 35 mm slides that were shown at an alumnae reunion in 1995.
This collection consists of 32 images depicting Washington University School of Nursing interiors, events, and students. The bulk of the collection consists of interiors from a promotional booklet produced by Washington Unviersity School of Nursing. These images were individually digitized, and the collection still includes the original booklet. The collection also includes scenes from Washington University School of Nursing homecoming parades, three images of unidentified nursing students, and a composite portrait of the class of June 1953.
This collection consists of 100 photographs and architectural drawings depicting various events at Washington University School of Medicine, including groundbreaking and dedication ceremonies for the Irene Walter Johnson Institute of Rehabilitation, the David P. Wohl, Jr. Memorial Clinic, the Renard Hospital Building, and the Spencer T. Olin Residence Hall. Other depicted subjects include views of the Cancer Research Building, interior views of the Spencer T. Olin Residence Hall, and scenes from an outdoor picnic with WUSM faculty in 1956.
This collection consists of a set of 4 Washington University School of Medicine Refectory china cups with saucers.
This collection consists of 170 photographs depicting Washington University School of Medicine students, interiors, and events, from circa 1940 to 1960. Some photographs in this collection are duplicates of photographs in VC006, VC013, and VC137.
This collection consists of 285 35mm slides depicting interior views from the Washington University School of Medicine Library. The slides primarily depict the old library building and Annex, but a small section of the slides are of the newly-built library, now the Bernard Becker Medical Library, taken around its opening in 1989.
This collection consists of 21 photographs, negatives, and 35mm slides depicting interior and exterior views of the Washington University School of Medicine Library (later named the Bernard Becker Medical Library), circa 1990.
This collection consists of 263 photographs and 1 glass lantern slide depicting scenes from Washington University School of Medicine Library. Depicted subjects include portraits of staff and library trainees, librarians at work and at events, various library interiors, and views from Medical Library Association and American Association for the History of Medicine meetings.
This collection consists of 30 35mm slides depicting interior views of the Washington University School of Medicine Library. Depicted subjects also include portraits of Estelle Brodman in her office, Technical Services employees at work, and close-up views of a "Machines and Medicine" exhibit displayed in the library.
This collection consists of 42 two photographs depicting scenes from two InfoTech fairs held in the Wasington University School of Medicine Library.