The Frederick J. Taussig Reprints are a collection of 36 scientific articles authored by Fred J. Taussig. The major subjects covered in Dr. Taussig’s articles include abortion and cancer of the vulva, cervix and vagina. Many of the articles contain case studies of patients seen at Barnard Free Skin and Cancer Hospital, St. Louis City Hospital, Washington University Hospital, and Barnes Hospital.
Taussig, Frederick J.
The Mildred Trotter papers group consists of fourteen series. The Trotter papers are rich in information not only about her fields of expertise, but about the School of Medicine in general and about opportunities for women in medical science during the first half of the twentieth century. Users are advised to consult Series 1 first, since it contains narrative memoirs that may serve to place her accomplishments in contexts of her own choosing.
Trotter, Mildred, 1899-1991
See oral history number OH076.
Strauss, Arthur E.
This small collection includes items relating to Samuel Grant and his two sons John M. Grant and Neville Grant, all of whom were faculty members at Washington University. The collection includes two different drafts (1992 and 2005) of John M. Grant's manuscript "A hierarchical model of living systems" as well as photographs of each of the men.
Grant, Samuel B.
Reprints of 44 journal articles authored or co-authored by Gray. Subjects include studies of the thyroid gland, peptic ulcers, pancreatitis, effects on aging, and diastase (amylases).
Gray, Samuel H.
The Samuel B. Guze Papers are arranged in eleven organizational series. The bulk of this large collection is contained in Series 3 (General Files) and Series 5 (Manuscripts). Included in the Guze Papers are letters, journal articles, and handwritten notes. However, a significant portion of the collection consists of drafts of articles that Dr. Guze and his colleagues compiled for publication, as well as the corresponding data collection documents used for research and analysis. Especially noteworthy in the Guze Papers are the two oral histories taken with Dr. Guze, as well as his personal diary located in Series 10. For more detailed information regarding the content of this collection, see the individual series descriptions and container lists.
Guze, Samuel B.
An interview of the Washington University Medical Center Desegregation History Project, conducted by Edwin W. McCleskey and associates, 1990. Approximate Length: 35 minutes.
See (PC054) Washington University Medical Center Desegregation History Project Records: Lawrence I. Kahn Oral History for the contents of the oral history collection.
Kahn, Lawrence I.
Forty short publications on fossil flora, bacteriology, surgery and medicine by Walter C.G. Kirchner and a few short publications by Arthur Hollick, Elizabeth Britten, and others. The subjects of the medical and surgical reprints include heart and spleen surgery and the treatment of fractured skull and spine, hernia, bowel obstruction, aneurisms, ascites, and wounds to the diaphragm, heart, chest, and abdomen. A table of contents and index for the publications are bound into the volume. A short letter from D.S. Brown of Brownhurst to Walter C. G. Kirchner, 1898, is bound after fossil plant reprints as item 1d. Of special interest is the annual report of the city hospital (1907-08) and Clinic at City Hospital (1906) where Kirchner was superintendent from 1907-1910. Also of interest is "The Bacterial Examination of River Water." (1905), based on work done when he was assistant bacteriologist in the Health department of St. Louis, 1899-1901.
Kirchner, Walter C. G.
This collection includes scientific notebooks kept by Dr. Kopan, correspondence, reprints, and other items related to notch signaling.
The Kountz papers are arranged in five short series, including one (Series 5) comprising correspondence received by his wife, Willie Mae Kountz, after his death. In general, the papers reflect to a significant extent Mrs. Kountz’s selections of materials to document her husband’s career. Included are correspondence, press clippings, and publications.
Kountz, William B.
The collection composes of eight series, ranging from 1926 to 1977. It includes student notebooks, patient files, publications, correspondence, and military papers.
Papers include letters concerning Dr. Walton's experiences at General Hospital 21 and other medical units in North Africa during World War II, his notebooks of the years 1923-1925, during which Dr. Walton was a student, and an unpublished paper on Washington University, School of Medicine clinics.
Walton, Franklin E., 1902-1981
This small collection includes a few of Dr. Tuholske's reprints as well as other articles written about him. Reprints, addresses, and manuscript papers associated with surgical pathology, the lives of Tuholske and his colleagues, and Missouri Medical College. Many manuscripts are on the letterhead of the Surgical and Gynecological Hospital where Tuholske was affiliated.
Tuholske, H. (Herman)
Reprints of 33 scientific articles authored or co-authored by G. Canby Robinson, in a bound volume titled "Reprints, Robinson 1: 1902-1918 W 7 R661r 1902-1918." Subjects include primarily the diseases of the heart, but also electrocardiography, typhoid bacilli and the treatment of tetanus by magnesium sulphate.
Robinson, G. Canby
Short biographical sketch (2 pages) of Vincil Rogers Deakin (1897-1977). Also, a 12 page "History of Urology at Washington University School of Medicine" written by Dr. Royce.
Royce, Robert K.
Biography of Ernest St. John Simms (1917-1983), who joined the Washington University School of Medicine as a technician in the Department of Surgery in 1936. In 1953 he became a technical assistant in the Department of Microbiology. Simms became a key collaborator of the department's then head, Dr. Arthur Kornberg, and later collaborated with Dr. Herman Eisen. In 1968 Simms was promoted to research assistant professor, and in 1971 to research associate professor, a position he held until his death. Simms was also an active member of the Admissions Committee of the medical school for several years.
See also the Department of Genetics Records (RG016).
FC149 (Marshall B. Conrad collection): Eulogies, obituaries (2004), and a genealogy composed by the donor, Joann Conrad (2005).
Conrad, Marshall B.
The papers document Cordonnier’s research in urology, his teaching and membership in the Clinical Society of Genito-urinary Surgeons. They include correspondence and reprints of articles. Selected photographs and certificates of Cordonnier are located in the visual collections of the Becker Library.
Cordonnier, Justin J.
Two bound notebooks: 1. Clinical Records/care book, May 1892 to May 1897 (includes correspondence laid in book); 2. Fee/consultation book, October 1877 to July 1880.