Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The collection consists of the correspondence, writings, diplomas, certificates, programs, sympathy notes, clippings, and photographs of Dr. Charles Cassedy Bass (1875-1975). Bass was a professor at Tulane Medical School and later dean (1922-1940). He did research on and promoted the "Bass technique" of preventative dental health care, and there are writings on this topic in the collection. In addition, there are biographies on Bass, as well as writings about him by others. There are also...
Scope and Contents The collection includes correspondence, personal and professional papers, photographs, military records, and other papers that document the professional activities of New Orleans orthopedic surgeon Harry D. Morris. Morris was active on the local, state, and national levels in his profession, contributing to the professional literature as well as acting on numerous boards and committees. Many of his publications are represented in this collection, as well as personal and professional...
Dates: 1921-1978; Other: Majority of material found in 1960s-1970s; Other: Date acquired: 11/06/1980
Scope and Contents Jackson Thornwell Witherspoon (1900-1940) was a native of New Orleans, a prolific writer, and gynecologist. The collection contains numerous drafts of articles by Witherspoon, both popular and technical, written primarily while he was Associate Professor of Gynecology at the Indiana University School of Medicine. There is also correspondence regarding the negotiations and progress of his published textbook, "Clinical Pathological Gynecology" (1939) as well as a scrapbook of advertisements and...
Scope and Contents The collection consists of correspondence, personal papers, certificates, Tulane memorabilia, clippings, certificates, photographs, and scientific programs belonging to Jeannette Laguaite (1912-2005), professor of speech pathology and audiology at the Tulane School of Medicine. In addition, there are Laguaite's writings and her curriculum vitae, religious material, a certificate of appreciation from the City of New Orleans, as well as a scrapbook of her parents' fiftieth wedding anniversary and...
Scope and Contents The collection consists chiefly of correspondence, manuscripts and personal papers of Joseph Jones, a physician and professor of medicine of Georgia and Louisiana. Many of the documents are from the Civil War period, including Jones' medical investigations. Jones conducted studies of the diseases and injuries in Confederate hospitals and prisons, particularly Andersonville. An important result of these investigations was an extensive number of medical reports, hospital records, and casualty...
Dates: 1820-1900; Other: Majority of material found in 1849-1900
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.