James Jackson Minot scrapbook
Scope and Contents
Scrapbook created by James Jackson Minot from 1870 to 1876 while he was a student at Harvard College and Harvard Medical School. Includes acceptance letters from Harvard College, graded examinations, and programs from social events he attended.
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Extent0.5 cubic feet (1 document box)
Biographical / Historical
James Jackson Minot, 1852-1938, AB, 1874, Harvard College, Cambridge, Massachusetts; MD, 1878, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts was a physician at the Boston Dispensary from 1880-1889. Minot also served as a visiting physician to the Carney Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts and as a physician to the Out-patient Department of Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. Minot specialized in the prevention and care of tuberculosis and was a founder of the Boston Tuberculosis Association.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gifted to the Harvard Medical Library by Liza Groves in 2008 (Acc. 2008-066).
Processed by Charlotte Lellman in January 2021. Collection was processed according to Level 1 protocol.
- Minot, James Jackson (1852-1938). Scrapbook, 1870-1876: A Finding Aid
- Charlotte Lellman
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