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Consists of four notebooks and three letters. One notebook is a carbon copy of letters sent to “Dad” during a train trip through Canada, presumably Macmillan, Jr. to Macmillan, Sr. Two notebooks are class notes from Macmillan’s time at Harvard Medical School on pathology and an unidentified subject. The remaining, larger, notebook is notes from a class on music. The three letters are from the last years of Macmillan’s life and deal with business matters.
The photographs and prints described in this finding aid portray departmental faculty and research staff; lectures, labs, and clinical training for students; and research laboratories at Harvard Medical School.
This finding aid describes photographs, prints and other images portraying faculty and staff members of Harvard Medical School.
This finding aid describes photographs, prints and other images portraying faculty members of Harvard Medical School.
This finding aid describes photographs, lantern slides, negatives and photomechanical prints depicting the interiors of Harvard Medical School buildings.
The Joint Program in Nuclear Medicine records, 1966-1997 (inclusive), 1970-1995 (bulk) consist of correspondence, meeting minutes, disciplinary files, annual reports, and subject files related to the development and administration of the Joint Program in Nuclear Medicine. Subjects of the records include the selection of new residents, selection and hiring of faculty, resident training, and facilities available at partner hospitals.
This finding aid describes photographs, negatives, slides, and photomechanical prints of the Harvard School of Dental Medicine's physical plant including the interiors and exteriors of buildings and the campus grounds.
This finding aid describes photographs, photomechanical prints, 35 mm. slides, and glass plate negatives portraying dental instruments and models, a Harvard hospital unit in France during World War 1, H.S.D.M. events, and H.S.D.M. faculty, students, and staff.
This finding aid describes photographs, negatives, and slides depicting Harvard School of Public Health buildings, faculty, and students.
Contains 13 volumes of letterbooks and correspondence, including letters, 1912-1944, from Peter Bent Brigham Hospital staff to Christian and correspondence, 1910-1939, between Christian and Harvey Cushing, H. B. Howard, J. B. Howland, and hospital trustees. Also 23 scrapbooks with letters to Christian, clippings, photographs, and programs, dating from 1891 to 1951.
H. P. (Henry Pickering) Bowditch (1840-1911) established the first physiological laboratory at Harvard Medical School and taught at the school for 35 years. The collection consists mainly of correspondence but also includes family research records, personal papers including military records, lectures, writings, and manuscript materials.
The Jacob Bigelow papers, 1770-1879 (inclusive), 1800-1879 (bulk), contain correspondence with Jacob Bigelow's (1786-1879) colleagues concerning botanical specimens, publication of the Pharmacopoeia of the United States from 1820 to 1831, and general medical matters. There is also correspondence with his family, including his parents, siblings, and his son, physician Henry Jacob Bigelow (1818-1890).
The Jean Alonzo Curran Papers, [186-?], 1871-1976, document the medical consulting and historical research activities of Jean Alonzo Curran, President of the Long Island College of Medicine and historical consultant to the Harvard School of Public Health.
The John Denison Hartshorn papers, 1754-1786 (inclusive), undated, contain medical notes and patient cases recorded by John Denison Hartshorn (1736-1756) while he was apprenticed to Boston physician and apothecary shop owner Silvester Gardiner (1708-1786), in addition to poetry written by Hartshorn. There is also some correspondence and papers of other physicians and associates of Hartshorn and Gardiner.