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Physicians -- United States

 Subject
Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Benjamin Bernard Weinstein papers

 Collection
Identifier: LaRC-885
Scope and Contents This collection contains the personal papers of Benjamin Bernard Weinstein, including biographical material, correspondence, typescripts of medical writings and other records of medical societies with which Weinstein was affiliated. Also included are newspaper clippings, bookplates, and photographs.
Dates: 1927-1984; Other: Date acquired: 03/10/1991

Charles S. Priestley papers

 Collection
Identifier: LaRC-111
Scope and Contents This collection consists primarily of the personal correspondence of Charles S. Priestley, a physician in Canton, Mississippi. The handwritten and typed correspondence includes letters between Charles Priestley and Rosa Knight during their courtship and marriage, condolences to the family after his death, and other letters from family members and friends. Included also are photographs, clippings, stamped envelopes, greeting cards, receipts from local stores, telegrams, programs, funeral notices...
Dates: 1813-1929; Other: Majority of material found in 1866-1924; Other: Date acquired: 11/30/1961

Joseph W. Reddoch memoir

 Collection
Identifier: LaRC-M-1092
Scope and Contents This collection contains the typescript of "As It Was: A Family portrait," the personal memoirs and family history of Joseph W. Reddoch. Reddoch was born in 1904, graduated from Tulane Unviersity, and became a physician. His memoirs recall his childhood on his family's farm in Alabama. He writes about his early childhood, schooling, rural social life, medicine, and Tulane Universiy.
Dates: 1978

New Orleans Academy of Sciences records

 Collection
Identifier: LaRC-36
Scope and Contents This collection consists of organizational records and other items collected by the New Orleans Academy of Sciences. Included are handwritten and typed correspondence, financial documents, scholarly papers, programs, reports, notes and bibliographies, speeches, minutes of annual meetings including the first preliminary meeting in 1853, membership information, partially printed form letters, photographic portraits, pamphlets, newspaper clippings and other printed items. Topics of interest to the...
Dates: 1853-1992.

Rudolph Matas papers

 Collection
Identifier: LaRC-868
Scope and Contents The collection consists of biographical and personal papers, correspondence, clinical histories, photographs and sketches of aneurysm patients, lectures, syllabi, papers, notes, diaries, speeches, abstracts, patient account books, scrapbooks, articles by Matas, newspaper clippings, photographs, personal memorabilia, Tulane memorabilia, and bibliographic cards. There is a scrapbook of the Louisiana State Medical Society created during Dr. Matas' presidency as well as his History of Louisiana...
Dates: 1829-1960; Other: Date acquired: 04/08/1969

Stanhope Bayne-Jones papers

 Collection
Identifier: LaRC-855
Scope and Contents This collection contains the personal papers of Stanhope Bayne-Jones from 1911-1970 and covers the following aspects of his life: Yale College and family correspondence; medical papers concerning his professional life; and military pap
Dates: 1911-1991; Other: Date acquired: 11/30/1974

Watkins and Orton families papers

 Collection
Identifier: LaRC-185
Scope and Contents This collection consists of personal papers of the Watkins and Orton families of New Orleans, La., and Milwaukee, Wis. Included are handwritten and typed correspondence, certificates including an 1890 German-language birth certificate for John Orton Watkins, financial documents, drawings, poetry, scrapbooks, family and travel photographs, biographical and genealogical information, medical notes and a prescription by Dr. William H. Watkins, a 1902 memorial resolution by the Orleans Parish...
Dates: 1886-1971

William Lester Smith papers

 Collection
Identifier: LaRC-421
Scope and Contents This collection consists of personal papers of Dr. William L. Smith. Included are handwritten and typed correspondence primarily written by Dr. Smith to his wife and other family members, as well as letters received from others, maps, a masonic resolution, newspaper clippings and other printed items. Also included are later-era undated typed transcriptions, biographical and genealogical information, and an index of place names compiled by Smith's daughter, Marjorie Smith Zengel.
Dates: 1917-1919