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Found in 24 Collections and/or Records:

Bradford Cannon Papers, 1902-2003.

Collection Identifier: H MS c240
Overview: The Bradford Cannon Papers, 1902-2003, document Cannon's work at Massachusetts General Hospital as a plastic surgeon, a Clinical Professor of Surgery at Harvard Medical School, and his war service at Valley Forge General Hospital.

Carol C. Nadelson papers,

Collection Identifier: H MS c394
Overview: The Carol C. (Cooperman) Nadelson papers are the product of Nadelson's activities as a psychiatrist and medical educator who held academic appointments at Harvard Medical School, Tufts University School of Medicine, and Simmons College, and hospital appointments at Beth Israel Hospital, Cambridge Hospital, and Children’s Hospital Boston. The collection reflects Nadelson’s work with women’s health issues, particularly women’s mental health, between the 1970s and the 2000s. Topics include the...

Charles Sidney Burwell papers,

Collection Identifier: H MS c65
Overview: Consists of Burwell's office files, 1926-1949, including correspondence, memoranda, reports, and minutes, documenting his administrative responsibilities at the Harvard Medical School and other involvement with medical societies, Boston hospitals, publishers, and medical colleagues and students. Some of the correspondence pertains to Peiping Union Medical College, Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine and Boston Medical Library. Other material includes drafts of Burwell's speeches, patient...

Edward H. Kass Papers, 1908-1990.

Collection Identifier: H MS c168
Overview: The Edward H. Kass Papers, 1908-1990, are the result of the teaching, research and professional activities of Edward Harold Kass, William Ellery Channing Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Director of the Channing Laboratory at Boston City Hospital and Brigham and Women's Hospital, and a specialist in infectious diseases.

Edward Peirson Richardson, Jr. papers, 1898-1998.

Collection Identifier: H MS c242
Overview: TheEdward Peirson Richardson, Jr. Papers, 1898-1998, document Richardson's careeras a neurologist and neuropathologist at the Massachusetts General Hospital andas Bullard Professor of Neuropathology at Harvard MedicalSchool.

Edward Peirson Richardson papers,1875-1931.

Collection Identifier: H MS c166
Overview: The Edward PeirsonRichardson, Sr. Papers, 1875-1931, document Richardson's career as Chief of the Third and later West Surgical Services atMassachusetts General Hospital and as John Homans Professor of Surgery atHarvard Medical School.

Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine Interiors. Images,

Collection Identifier: RG M-CL02, Series 00096b
Overview: This finding aid describes photographs, negatives, drawings, photomechanical prints, and slides depicting interior views of the Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine.

Frederic Thomas Lewis Papers, 1663, 1711-1951.

Collection Identifier: H MS c241
Overview: The Frederic Thomas Lewis Papers, 1663, 1711-1951, document the research, teaching, and professional activities of Frederic Thomas Lewis, James Stillman Professor of Comparative Anatomy at Harvard Medical School.

Harvard Medical School Interiors. Images,

Collection Identifier: RG M-CL02, Series 00096a
Overview: This finding aid describes photographs, lantern slides, negatives and photomechanical prints depicting the interiors of Harvard Medical School buildings.

Harvard Medical School. Joint Program in Nuclear Medicine records,

Collection Identifier: M-CD06.01, Series 00366
Overview: 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.