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The Fanny Bowditch Katz papers, 1901-1934, consist of Katz's correspondence and papers relating to her psychoanalysis treatment by Carl Jung. The collection contains ten letters from Jung and twenty-six letters from neurologist James Jackson Putnam dating from the course of her treatment. Additional items include include Katz’s notebooks with notes from Jung and Alfred Adler’s lectures, and other personal records such as accounts of her fantasies, poems, drawings, and clippings.
The Harold Leonard Higgins papers, 1896-1958 (inclusive), 1913-1942 (bulk), are the product of Higgins’s professional activities as a pediatrician, physiology researcher, and professor of pediatrics.
The Harvard Fatigue Laboratory records, 1916-1952 (inclusive), 1941-1947 (bulk), consist of correspondence, research records, reports, writings and publications, photographs, and films, and are the product of the Lab's research and administrative activities.
Collection consists of four student notebooks kept by Irma Seijo Jarcho from 1944 to 1945 while studying for her Master's of Public Health degree at the Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, Massachusetts.
The Janet W. McArthur papers are the product of McArthur’s career as a professor of, and researcher in, gynecology and endocrinology at Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital from 1943 to 1984.
The Joanne S. Ingwall papers, 1961-2009, consists of correspondence, research records, writings, reports, grant records, professional records, personal records and administrative records produced by Ingwall while a faculty member at Harvard Medical School. Papers also contain records from her work at the Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Lab at Brigham and Women's Hospital, and from her work as a faculty member at the University of California, San Diego.
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 Otto Krayer papers, 1917-1982 (inclusive), 1946-1968 (bulk), are the product of Krayer’s activities as a pharmacologist, editor, author, and professor.
The William A. Haseltine papers (1962-2008) are the product of Haseltine’s activities as a researcher, business executive, educator, lecturer, consultant, and contributing member of national and international organizations. Haseltine's main areas of research include cancer, HIV and AIDS, and genomics.
The William Hamilton Tyler Hamilton papers, 1799-1927, consist of a handwritten copy of his memoirs, a student notebook from his medical courses at Columbia College, volumes of notes on medicine, botany, surveying, and copied verses, and certificates related to Tyler's study and practice of medicine. Also included are letters from the Tuttle Company to the Boston Medical Library about purchasing the collection.