Stephen I. Bulova collection of Harvard Medical School memorabilia and Massachusetts Medical Benevolent Society by-laws
Memorabilia and gray literature collected by Stephen I. Bulova consisting of: cartes-de-visite depicting members of the Harvard Medical School faculty circa 1868; tickets for admission to Harvard Medical School lectures, 1867-1868; the 1846 annual circular of the Massachusetts Medical College (now Harvard Medical School); and the Articles of Association and By-laws of the Massachusetts Medical Benevolent Society, 1857.
- 1846-1868 (inclusive)
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Collection is open for research. Access requires advance notice. Contact Public Services for further information.
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Extent0.4 cubic feet (1 half letter size document box)
Biographical / Historical
Stephen I. Bulova (born 1937), A.B., 1958, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut; M.D., 1962, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, is a physician and collector of medical memorabilia.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gifted to the Center for the History of Medicine by Stephen I. Bulova in 2011 (Accession #2017-046).
- Bulova, Stephen I. Collection of Harvard Medical School memorabilia and Massachusetts Medical Benevolent Society by-laws, 1846-1868 (inclusive): A Finding Aid.
- Caroline Littlewood
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