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Yakovlev, Paul Ivan, 1894-1983

 Person

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine events images

Collection Identifier: RG M-CL02, Series 00098
Overview: This finding aid describes photographs and photomechanical prints depicting the cornerstone-laying ceremony, building dedication, and other events primarily related to the establishment of the Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine.

Paul Ivan Yakovlev papers

Collection Identifier: H MS c546
Overview: The Paul Ivan Yakovlev papers, 1912-1983, are the product of Yakovlev's activities as a researcher, author, curator of the Warren Anatomical Museum, and professor at Harvard Medical School.

Warren Anatomical Museum artifact collection

Collection Identifier: WAM001
Overview: Warren Anatomical Museum artifact collections include anatomical and osteological preparations; wet tissue preparations; watercolors, drawings, photographs, and lantern slides; anatomical models and casts; human and non-human calculi; and medical, dental, and public health instruments and devices.

Warren Anatomical Museum records

Collection Identifier: RG M-CL02.01
Overview: The Warren Anatomical Museum records, 1835-2010 (inclusive), 1971-1991 (bulk), are the product of the administrative, curatorial, teaching, and research activities of the staff of the museum.

Yakovlev, Paul Ivan, 1894-1983. Green canvas binders containing brain sections stained by Paul Ivan Yakvolev, 1930-1974

Series Identifier: WAM001, 21749-21750
Scope and Content: Warren Anatomical Museum artifact collections include medical, dental, and public health instruments and devices; anatomical models and casts; furniture; memorabilia; and histological specimens.

Please note that the inventory presented in this finding aid is not a complete or comprehsensive representation of the Museum's artifact holdings; the inventory chiefly represents objects and collections of objects that have been recently accessioned and/or cataloged by the Museum.