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Overview: This finding aid describes photographs, negatives, slides, and photomechanical prints of Boston Medical Library officers, librarians, members, events, library materials, and buildings.
FOUND IN: Harvard University ArchivesCollection Identifier: HUGFP 125
Overview: The collection documents both the personal and professional life of Annie Jump Cannon, the first astronomer to systematically classify the stars. It contains diaries, autobiographical writings, correspondence, manuscripts, and photographs, relating to her life and career.
FOUND IN: Houghton LibraryCollection Identifier: 2006MT-230
Summary: Consists of 64 photographs of Russian theater figures, many of them with signed autograph inscriptions, including Konstantin Stanislavsky, 1922-1923; cabinet photographs and cartes-de-visite, mostly of European actors, circa 1890; research material on the Moscow Art Theater, 1923-1973, including programs, clippings, a 1968 audiotape of a lecture by Samoiloff, and lecture notes from 1971-1973; and glass slides relating to Russian theater and the Federal Art Project.
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).
FOUND IN: Biblioteca Berenson, I Tatti - The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance StudiesCollection Identifier: BER -11
Overview: Notes, manuscripts, clippings and published articles relating to the research interests of Giorgio Castelfranco, Italian Art Historian and officer of the Italian Fine Arts administration.
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.
FOUND IN: Dumbarton OaksCollection Identifier: MS.GL.001
Scope and Contents: The collection consists of Coffin's personal papers and materials relating to his teaching career at Princeton University and his scholarly research interests in Renaissance architecture and garden history. Materials include notebooks, index cards, correspondence, typescripts, course syllabi, class and lecture notes, and offprints. Of particular note are Coffin's notebooks, which contain extensive research notes on English, French, and Italian gardens. There is also a significant amount of...
Overview: The records span the years 1945 to 1971 and document the department’s efforts to both contribute to a better understanding of the usefulness of visual aids in teaching and establish a film archive to complement its pioneering case method teaching.
Overview: The E.E. Southard papers, 1892-1940 (inclusive), 1905-1920 (bulk), reflect the late-career work of E.E. (Elmer Ernest) Southard (1876-1920), a neuropathologist and pathologist for the state of Massachusetts. Southard was the administrator for the first psychopathic department at the Boston State Hospital and worked with Myrtelle Canavan (1879-) and Mary Jarrett (1877-1961) to develop the field of psychiatric social work. He was also Chief Pathologist for the Massachusetts state asylum system,...