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The Augustus A. White papers, 1951-2010 (inclusive), are the product of White's activities as an orthopedic surgeon, Harvard Medical School faculty member, and author and researcher.
The Bradford Cannon Papers, 1902-2003, document Cannon's work at Massachusetts General Hospital as a plastic surgeon, a Clinical Professor of Surgery at Harvard Medical School, and his war service at Valley Forge General Hospital.
The Casper Morley Epsteen papers, 1928-1983 (inclusive), 1950s-1979 (bulk), consist of records generated as a product of Epsteen's career as a maxillofacial surgeon, professor, and active member of the American Society of Maxillofacial Surgeons (founded 1947) and the American Board of Maxillofacial Surgery (founded 1946).
Consists of correspondence between David Steinmuller and Joseph E. Murray dated between 1996 and 1998. The letters are about Steinmuller's review article on skin and organ transplantation (allografts, or grafts from same-species donors). Includes a reprint of Steinmuller's article, The Enigma of Skin Allograft Rejection, from Transplantation Reviews, Vol. 12, No 1 (January), 1998, pp. 42-57.
The Dwight E. Harken papers, 1911-1993 (inclusive), 1940-1975 (bulk), are the product of Harken’s activities as a surgeon, researcher, administrator, lecturer, consultant, and contributing member of national organizations, as conducted throughout his professional appointments, including Clinical Professor of Surgery at Harvard Medical School and Chief of Thoracic Surgery at the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston.
The Edward Peirson Richardson, Sr. papers, 1875-1931, document Richardson's career as Chief of the Third and later West Surgical Services at Massachusetts General Hospital and as John Homans Professor of Surgery at Harvard Medical School.
The Elliott Carr Cutler Papers, 1911-1948, document the administrative, teaching, research, and professional activities of Elliott Cutler, Moseley Professor Surgery at Harvard Medical School and Surgeon-in Chief of Peter Bent Brigham Hospital.
H MS c215, the H. Thomas Ballantine Papers, 1932-1993, documents the research and professional activities of H. Thomas Ballantine, Clinical Professor of Surgery at Harvard Medical School and Senior Neurosurgeon at Massachusetts General Hospital.
This finding aid describes photographs, prints and other images portraying faculty members of Harvard Medical School.
The Jacob Fine papers, 1939-1976, document the research, teaching, and professional activities of Jacob Fine, Professor of Surgery at Harvard Medical School and Surgeon-in-Chief at Beth Israel Hospital, and his research in traumatic and septic shock.
Collection consists of John Mills Browne's student notebooks from his time at Massachusetts Medical College of Harvard University (later Harvard Medical School). In these notebooks, Browne records lectures by Walter Channing, John Ware, and Jacob Bigelow. Collection also includes Browne's pharmaceutical and household remedies recipe books, 1848 to 1852.
The Joseph E. Murray papers, 1919-2011 (inclusive), are the product of Murray's activities as a plastic surgeon, transplant surgeon, laboratory director, author, and Harvard Medical School alumnus.
The Maurice Howe Richardson papers, 1869-1913, document Richardson's career as Surgeon-in-Chief at Massachusetts General Hospital and as the Moseley Professor of Surgery at Harvard Medical School.
The Michael L. Lewin papers, 1927-1994, are the product of Lewin’s career and contributions as a plastic surgeon.
The Oliver Cope papers, 1891-1992 (inclusive), 1930-1991 (bulk), are the product of Cope’s professional, research, teaching, and publishing activities throughout the course of his career. The papers are arranged in five series: I. Professional Appointments Files (1922-1984, undated); II. Professional Activities Files (1928-1992, undated); III. Subject Files (1927-1990, undated); IV. Writings and Publications (1891-1988, undated); and V. Collected Publications (1933-1990, undated).
The William V. McDermott papers, 1941-1999 (inclusive), 1960-1990 (bulk), are the product of McDermott’s professional writings, correspondence and research.