Series I. Correspondence of Lyman Spalding, 1798-1819, undated, 1798-1819
Scope and Contents
Consists of correspondence of Lyman Spalding with medical colleagues, including Harvard Medical School Professor Benjamin Waterhouse (1754-1846), Dartmouth Medical School founder Nathan Smith, and Thomas Tickell Hewson (1773-1848), president of the College of Physicians in Philadelphia, on topics including patient cases, smallpox vaccination, treatment of rabies bites, and efforts to create a national Pharmacopoeia. There is also correspondence with several physicians Spalding solicited to take over his practice in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
Language of Materials
Papers are in English.
.48 cubic feet in 1 flat storage box.
Conditions Governing Access
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Extent0.84 cubic feet (3 flat storage boxes)
Series I is arranged alphabetically by correspondent.
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