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Gynecology

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:

Fitch's uterine sound, 1860-1922, 1860-1922

Item Identifier: WAM001, c20197, 22236
Scope and Contents:

Tag reads: "Given by / Dr. / Wm. L. / Richardson / 12-13-33". Another tag reads; "Fitch's uterine sound"

Graves vaginal speculum, 1860-1922, 1860-1922

Item Identifier: WAM001, c20197, 22244
Scope and Contents:

"Dr. Wm. L. / Richardson / 12-23-33" written on tag attached to object. "GRAVE'S SPEC / CAN BE USED AS SIMS'" written on tag attached to object

Harvard School of Public Health. Longitudinal Studies of Child Health and Development records

Collection Identifier: RG P-DT08.02, Series 00573-00577
Overview: The Harvard School of Public Health Longitudinal Studies of Child Health and Development records, 1918-2015 (inclusive), 1930-1989 (bulk), are the product of research by the Department of Maternal and Child Health on the health, physical development, and social functioning of a set of subjects from birth through adulthood. The papers are arranged in five series: I. Data and Administrative Records (1923-2015, undated); II. Manuscript Drafts and Publications (1918-2000, undated); III....

Rock, John. Obstetrical examination table, from the private practice office of John Rock, 1890-1940, 1918-1950

Item Identifier: WAM001, c22265
Content Description:

One glass and metal table on casters from the private office of John Rock.

Sims vaginal speculum, 1860-1922, 1860-1922

Item Identifier: WAM001, c20197, 22243
Scope and Contents:

"Given by / Dr. Wm. L. / Richardson / 12-13-33" handwritten on tag attached to object. "Sims Speculum" written on tag attached to object

William Cranch Bond Fifield papers

Collection Identifier: B MS c3
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...