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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Hewitt L. Ballowe papers

Identifier: LaRC-273
Scope and Contents Dr. Hewitt L. Ballowe was a physician and folklorist from Buras and Diamond, Louisiana. The collection consists of Ballowe's correspondence, a large number of handwritten and typewritten drafts of his books, newspaper clippings, bills and receipts, certificates, genealogy, a photograph, and a scrapbook containing William L. Shirer's Berlin Diaries in newspaper clippings. Most of the correspondence is with Dr. R. Matas, M.M. Wilkerson of Louisiana State...
Dates: 1818-1951

Marcus Feingold papers

Identifier: LaRC-304
Scope and Contents

The collection includes a catalog of the Marcus Feingold collection, the correspondence of Mrs. Feingold, the correspondence of Dr. Feingold (1908-1924), letters wishing the recovery of Dr. Feingold, sympathy notes and memorial statements following Dr. Feingold's death, congratulatory letters to Rose Feingold following her prize from the American Chemical Society, articles by Dr. Feingold, and other items belonging to Dr. Feingold.

Dates: 1908-1937

Medical documents collection

Identifier: LaRC-Manuscripts Collection -589
Scope and Contents

The collection consists of hospital inventories, histories, organization charters, correspondence, an autopsy report, succession papers, bills, a broadside, yellow fever records, reports, legal papers, lecture notes, academic papers, a diary, a typescript, and a biographical sketch relating to the medical field primarily in the New Orleans area.

Dates: 1759-1952

Muir Bradburn papers

Identifier: LaRC-170
Scope and Contents The collection consists primarily of handwritten and typed medical records of patients treated by Dr. Muir Bradburn while he was a staff surgeon, part of the Tulane Unit, organized by Dr. Rudolph Matas, at Base Hospital 24 in Limoges, France during World War I. Included with these written records are several x-rays. After the war, Dr. Bradburn corresponded with some of his former patients about their medical progress, and these letters, as well as replies he received, are in the collection....
Dates: 1919-1952; Other: Majority of material found in 1918-1920

Schuppert family papers

Identifier: LaRC-327
Scope and Contents

The collection is made up of correspondence, legal documents (birth certificates, death certificates, marriage certificates, emigration and citizenship papers, powers of attorney, testaments) relating to the family of Dr. Moritz Schuppert, originally from Barburg, Kassal in Germany. There is also a genealogy of the Banner-Schuppert family, a newspaper clipping and translations of some of the documents in the Schuppert Collection by Dr. Rudolph Matas.

Dates: 1837-1938