History of Medicine
Subject Source: Medical Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Overview: The Samuel Bancroft Barlow papers, 1798-1876, consist of letters from other Barlows concerning the family's genealogy, research notes and manuscript family histories by Barlow, and printed circulars and certificates from medical institutions and societies and the Massachusetts Militia. There are also letters from colleagues and associates including physicians Eli Ives (1779-1861), Joseph F. Jewett (1788-1859), and Vincent Holcombe, and a small amount of legal documents.
Content Description: The Vernacular Archive of Normal Volunteers (VANV), 1940-2018 (inclusive) is a collection of oral histories, associated archival documents, and project records created and collected by Laura Jeanine Morris Stark (born 1975) to explore the lives of the first “normal control” research subjects at the Clinical Center of the United States National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Maryland who were recruited through NIH’s Normal Volunteer Patient Program. The Normal Volunteer Patient Program...
Overview: The William Cranch Bond Fifield papers, 1626-1970 (inclusive), 1841-1896 (bulk), consist of letters from various correspondents regarding medical and surgical cases, treatment and remedies, Fifield's memberships and activities in medical societies, and his professional appointments, as well as papers and correspondence of his father, Dr. Noah Fifield, his brother, George Fordyce Fifield, and physician Cotton Tufts, admission cards to Harvard Medical School lectures, and assorted printed...