This collection consists of 8 photographs related to the depolyment of the 21st General Hospital to North Africa. The photographs depict scenes from a Meschoui (roasted sheep) Feast, including a tasting and judging of the meschoui by French Captain Louis Brajon, General Arthur R. Wilson, and Colonel Lee D. Cady. For other photographs related to General Hospital 21, please see VC013 General Hospital 21 Photographs and Drawings.
This collection insludes the contents of a 301st Combat Support Hospital (formerly Base Hospital 21) unit history poster session, with photographs and newspaper clippings relating to unit's deployment in the Gulf and Afghanistan and a memo from unit chaplain relating to his deployment in Kosovo.
This collection consists of 12 print reproductions of paintings in a portfolio depicting army medicine during World War II. The 12 prints are part of "a series of more than two hundred and fifty pictures by distinguished American artists commissioned by Abbott Laboratories, North Chicago, Illinois, for presentation to the United States Army as a contribution to the war effort."
This collection consists of 38 rolls of 35 mm film containing portraits of allied health profession students from 1962-1984. Includes Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Nursing programs students.
This collection consists of 8 drawings, photographs, and artifacts from Andrew B. Jones. The photographs are group portraits of Barnes Hospital staff and Washington University School of Medicine faculty, the drawings depict the human peripheral nervous system, and the artifact is a human skull used by Jones for anatomical study.
9 prints in total. 5 prints are from John James Audubon’s Birds of North America : pl.20 Great-Footed Hawk; pl.36 Stanley Hawk; and pl.283 Wandering Shearwater are double elephant folio prints from hand-colored aquatint engravings; pl.1 Wild Turkey Male; and pl.61 Great Horned Owl are double elephant folios from offset lithographs. 4 prints are from Audubon’s Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America : pl.83 Little Chief Hare; pl.107 Lewis’ Marmot; pl. 123 The Sewellel; and pl.145 Townsend Shrew are imperial folio prints of original hand-colored lithographs.
This collection consists of 94 photographs, primarily depicting portraits and scenes from August Carl Schulenburg's internship year at St. Louis Mullanphy Hospital. The collection also includes a few portraits of August Carl Schulenburg, classroom scenes from Washington University School of Medicine, and a souvenir postcard from the 1904 World's Fair in St. Louis.
This collection consists of 6 photographs and negatives depicting interior and exterior views of Barnard Free Skin and Cancer Hospital, including views of Barnard's predecessor St. Louis Skin and Cancer Hospital at 410 N. Jefferson Avenue.
This collection consists of a mounted photograph of the 1904 World's Fair Hospital, a photograph from the 25th anniversary celebration dinner for Barnes Hospital, and an architectural pencil sketch of Washington University Medical Center.
This collection consists of 82 photographs from the Barnes Hospital Department of Social Work. The majority of the photographs are mounted on album pages and depict scenes from the department's 75th anniversary event.
This collection consists of 30 composite portraits of Barnes Hospital staff, 1963-1987. Portraits include Private Medical Service House Staff, Ward Medical Service House Staff, Interns, Residents, and General Surgery Staff.
This collection consists of 24 photographs primarily depicting scenes from the dedication of the Barnes Hospital West Pavilion on December 12, 1979. The collection also includes an architectural rendering of the pavilion prior to its construction.
This collection consists of 12 photographs and 1 diploma related to Barnes Medical College. The photographs primarily depict Gross Anatomy students and their dissected cadavers. Other depicted subjects include exterior views of Barnes Medical College, interior views of the Barnes Dental College Infirmary, group portraits of Barnes Medical College students, and a Doctor of Medicine diploma from Barnes Medical College awarded to Charles DeWitt Hibbetts.