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SERIES Identifier: H MS c164

I. Biographical and Family Papers, [186-?], 1871-1976, 1995., [186-?], 1871-1976, 1995.

Scope and Contents

Series I contains personal and family records and memoirs of JAC's professional life outside of Harvard as a medical missionary and educator. This series also includes correspondence, notes, magnetic tape reels, interview transcripts, personal journals, photographs and unpublished manuscripts. Topics include JAC's medical education, medical missionary work, service in China and Pakistan in hospitals, and his role as dean of the Long Island College of Medicine.

Dates

  • [186-?], 1871-1976, 1995.

Conditions Governing Access

Collection is open for research. Access requires advance notice. There are restrictions on access to portions of this collection. Access to Harvard University records is restricted for 50 years from the date of creation. These restrictions are noted where they appear in Series III and Series IV.

These restrictions are noted where they appear in Series III and Series IV. Researchers may apply for access to restricted records. Consult Public Services for further information.

Extent

17 cubic feet (15 record cartons and 6 document boxes)

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by subject. Photographs listed in Series I are housed in box 14. The tintype listed in box 14, folder 6 is housed with the Rare Books Department daguerreotypes. Oversized items listed in Series I are housed in box 15. Scrapbooks listed in Series I are housed in box 16. Reel-to-reel audiotapes listed in Series I are housed in box 17.

Creator

Repository Details

Part of the Center for the History of Medicine (Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine) Repository

The Center for the History of Medicine in the Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine is one of the world's leading resources for the study of the history of health and medicine. Our mission is to enable the history of medicine and public health to inform healthcare, the health sciences, and the societies in which they are embedded.

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