O'Bannon, A. S.
O'Bannon, A. S.
Ledger from the practice of Drs. Reese and Cutler of Warrensburg, MO dated from May 1866 until May 1867. 1 bound volume, approximately 194 pages; 32 cm. Includes three black and white (7 x 12 cm) phtotographs: one photo of the Reese school in Warrensburg, MO built in 1870 is afixed to inside cover; two loose photos are of the Cedar Hall and the corner of the Louisville Medical College. Also includes one broadsheet (31 x 44 cm) announcing the sale of Dr. A. W. Reese's farm.
See oral history number OH018.
See oral history number OH023.
This small collection consists of pharmaceutical items from the S. Pfeiffer Manufacturing Company (3965 Laclede Avenue), owned and operated by Adolph Pfeiffer. The material includes three funnels used for filling pill bottles; a wooden herb and powder mixing trough; cast iron cork press; three wooden pill counting shovels; and one roll of Schoenfeld K & L Tea labels.
Fuller, Albert H.
This small collection includes a certificate given to Albert Repetto for service as a Resident in Surgery at the Barnard Free Skin and Cancer Hospital, 1950-1951.
Myer, Alma M.
The record group concerns the selection of medical students for the society and the development of the local chapter. The records list many members who became prominent in their fields. The Alpha Omega Alpha fraternity records consist of three volumes, 1905-1957, that include the initial charter and constitution and by-laws, minutes of chapter meetings, treasury records, chapter membership lists, other by-laws, correspondence, and publications. See also the The Hatchet (1923-1931) and the Archives vertical file (1938-1992) for more information on this student organization.
The Becker Library no longer holds the archival records for the American Academy of Neurology.
Most of the documents are course catalogs or commencement programs which are arranged in short series according to academic name. There are only a few unpublished items in the collection, including the notes of a Barnes medical student (1899-1900) and several Barnes Dental College contracts (1908-1915 with related letter).
See oral history number OH048.
Collection includes an 8.5x11 portrait photograph of Dr. Jones and a Second Century award that was given to Dr. Jones by Washington University.
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.
This collection consists of 119 brochures, plans, and correspondence pertaining to CT scanners manufactured and marketed by various firms, 1975-1983. Firms include: American Science & Engineering, Inc., Artronix, Inc., EMI Medical, Inc., General Electric, Ohio-Nuclear, Inc., Omnimedical, Pfizer/AS&E, Picker Corp., Searle CT Systems, Syntex Medical Systems, Technicare Deltascan Division, and Universal Medical Scanners, Inc.
This small collection includes diplomas, nursing certifications, photographs, and other documentation belonging to Blanche Davis, a 1917 Washington University School of Nursing graduate, and nurse at St. Louis Children’s Hospital.
31 page document titled "The First Successful Medical Information System" along with a cover letter to Dean Perlmutter and an appendix titled “Those Who Tried.” Also included is a patent, a JAMA abstract and two articles by Hisey and others from 1968. All documents are related to the development and deployment of a Medical Information System for the rapid ordering of medical tests utilizing a CRT screen and a Light Pen for input.