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Carola Eisenberg papers

Collection Identifier: H MS c254
Overview: Carola Eisenberg (born 1917), psychiatrist and medical educator, served as Dean for Student Affairs at both the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts (1972-1978; the first woman to hold that position) and Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts (1978-1990). The Carola Eisenberg papers consist of Eisenberg's lectures pertaining to the role of women in medicine, her letters of recommendation, and assorted personal papers.

Casper Morley Epsteen papers

Collection Identifier: H MS c93
Overview: 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).

Cecil Kent Drinker papers

Collection Identifier: H MS c165
Overview: The Cecil Kent Drinker Papers, 1898-1958, contains Drinker's personal records, World War II research records, professional activities records, and administrative records from his tenures as a faculty member and Dean of Harvard School of Public Health.

Charles Barber Mueller research records

Collection — Box: Small Collections 01Identifier: H MS c453
Scope and Contents: Consists of records related to research on phosphorous and red blood cells conducted by Charles Barber Mueller during his Rockefeller Foundation Fellowship in Biochemistry at Harvard Medical School in 1947. This research resulted in two 1951 publications in the Journal of Biological Chemistry, co-authored by Mueller and A. Baird Hastings: "The Rate of Transfer of Phosphorus Across the Red Blood Cell Membrane" and "Glycolysis and Phosphate Fractions of Red Blood Cells."

Charles L. Dunham papers

Collection Identifier: H MS c384
Overview: The Charles L. Dunham papers, 1924-1976 (inclusive), 1955-1975 (bulk), are the product of Dunham’s activities as a radiologist, lecturer, and contributing member of national and international radiological organizations.

Charles Sidney Burwell papers

Collection Identifier: H MS c65
Overview: Consists of Burwell's office files, 1926-1949, including correspondence, memoranda, reports, and minutes, documenting his administrative responsibilities at the Harvard Medical School and other involvement with medical societies, Boston hospitals, publishers, and medical colleagues and students. Some of the correspondence pertains to Peiping Union Medical College, Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine and Boston Medical Library. Other material includes drafts of Burwell's speeches, patient...

Charles Sprecher Davidson papers

Collection Identifier: H MS c188
Overview: The Charles Sprecher Davidson papers, 1918-1999 (inclusive), 1941-1990 (bulk), are a product of Davidson’s research and personal and professional activities undertaken throughout the period of his service at three institutions: Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts; the Thorndike Memorial Laboratory at Boston City Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts; and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Charles Wild papers

Collection Identifier: B MS c116
Overview: The collection consists of records created and collected by Charles Wild during his practice as a homeopathic physician in Boston and Brookline, Massachusetts, during the first half of the nineteenth century. The collection also includes records created by one of Wild’s sons, Edward, who shared his father’s medical practice.

Christiana Morgan papers

Collection Identifier: H MS c70
Overview: The Christiana Morgan papers, 1925-1974, document the life of Christiana Drummond Morgan, a lay (non-credentialed) analyst at the Harvard Psychological Unit, who co-authored the Thematic Apperception Test with Henry Murray. Diaries, writings, and correspondence describe her work and relationship with Murray.

Clarence James Gamble papers

Collection Identifier: H MS c23
Overview: The Clarence James Gamble Papers, 1920-1970s, are the product of Gamble's activities in the development and testing of contraceptive methods, changing attitudes of the medical and health professions, legislative reform and education of the public, governmental involvement on local and national levels, and demographic studies in developing countries after the post-World War II population explosion. The collection includes correspondence, memoranda, reports, minutes, conference papers, financial...