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Part II: Medical Papers (1732-1896) (continued)
Writings and Compilations by Others, circa 1732-1889 (continued)
McKeehan, Samuel L., “Nosology,” 1829
McWilliams, Ambrose P., “Symptoms and Treatment of Exanthesis Rosalia” [undated]
Martin, James S., “Phthisis Pulmonalis,” 1845
Martin, Samuel H., “Erysipelas” [undated]
Massey, T. E., “Fractures,” 1844
Medcalfe, William Hunter, “Remittent Fever,” 1846
Morris, W.U., “Delirium Tremens” [undated]
O'Brian, John M., “Labour Connected with Uterine Hemmorrhage,”1848
O'Keefee, “Hernia” [undated]
Pool, Warren W. S., “Puerperalis” [undated]
Poole, William H., “Intermittent Fever” [undated]
Porter, John B., “Utility of Anatomy and Physiology to Science in General and in Surgery and Medicine, the sine qua non” [undated]
Redgraves, Thomas J., “Apoplexy,” 1841-1842
Richardson, E. H., “Inflammation” [undated]
Riddlemoser, W. A., “Conception in the Human Female,” 1843-1844
Riggs, Artemas, “Apoplexy” [undated]
Robertson, John, “Intermittent Fever,” 1846
Robinson, William, “Apoplexy,” 1848
Robison, M. F., “Hernia,” 1847
Sanborn, J. G., “Phthisis Pulmonalis,” 1839
Schwartze, Augustus I., “Phthisis Pulmonalis or Consumption of the Lungs,” 1829
Seaman, L. L., “The Auscultatory Percussor,” 1876
Skillman, Charles, “Colica Pictonum,” 1837
Smithson, George W., “Acupuncturation,” 1838
Speake, Rufus H., “Importance of Forensic Medicine,” 1829
BOX 151 Thompson, Robert, “Tetanus” [undated]
Smith, William Long, “Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology of the Spleen or Milt,” 1835
Smyser, Henry, “Sleep,” 1829
Stonebraker, William S., “Phthisis Pulmonalis,” 1845-1846
Taylor, Milton N., “Moral Responsibilities of a Physician” [undated]
Treadwell, Samuel E., “Anatomy, Physiology and Functions of the Respiratory Organs,” 1838-1839
Turner, Charles, “Theoria Inflamationis,” 1829
Tyler, G. Colbert, “Anatomy of the Male Generative System,” 1839-1840
Tylor, Elijah, “Delirium Tremens” [undated]
Voglesong, William G., “Fracture of the Neck of the Os Femoris within the Capsular Ligaments,” 1841
Wachter, Daniel M., “Erysipelas,” 1844-1845
Wayson, George W., “Pathology and Treatment of Bronchitis,” 1845-1846
Weems, Levin C., “The Causes of Symptoms of Disease,” 1847-1848
Weems, David G., “The Vis Medicatrix Natura in Man,” 1846
Williams, Benjamin, “Tetanus,” 1844-1845
Williams, James C., “Rheumatism,” 1848
Wilson, James I., “Irritability,” 1841
Worman, A. D., “Philosophy of Electricity,” 1844-1845
Wroe, John A., “Smallpox,” 1842
Unidentified dissertations
“Apoplexy” [undated]
“History of Anatomy” [undated]
“Inflamation” [undated]
“Modus Operandi of Medicines” [undated]
“Spleen” [undated]
“Typhus” [undated]
Fragments
BOX 152 Miscellaneous writings
By author (“A-S”) (includes Medical Education and Men of Lexington, Kentucky by Robert Peter)
BOX 153 Other
BOX 154-158 Bibliographical Material, circa 1850-1880
Cards containing handwritten bibliographical notes.
Arranged alphabetically by author cited.
BOX 154 Articles, books
A-G
BOX 155 H-Q
BOX 156 R-Y
BOX 157 Theses (A-Z by author and title)
BOX 158 Miscellany
BOX 159-160 Catalogs, circa 1856-1878
Mainly catalogs of Toner's library of books and journals.
Chronologically arranged.
BOX 159 Toner's library (1871-1878)
(5 vols.)
BOX 160 Toner's medical journals
Thomas Mutter's library (1856)
BOX 161-170 Indices and Guides, circa 1860-1880
Indices and guides.
Arranged alphabetically by subject or by work covered.
BOX 161 American publications prior to 1800, medical items
A-L
BOX 162 M-Z
BOX 163 American periodicals and other publications, medical items
Adair-Amaurous
BOX 164 Amaurous-Aphasia
BOX 165 Aphasia-Blood
BOX 166 Blood-Chloroform
BOX 167 Chloroform-Columbine
BOX 168 Cabbage-Cytisus
BOX 169 Continental Congress, Journals of, index to medical men and subjects
Force, Peter, names of medical men in is American archives
Gross, Samuel D., index to his History of American Surgery
Pennsylvania archives, index of medical men
Pennsylvania colonial records, index of medical men
BOX 170 “Pennsylvania Gazette,” index to medical matters in (prior to 1800)
Thacher, James, index to physicians mentioned in his American Medical Biography
BOX 171-177 Lists, circa 1860-1885
Lists pertaining to medical matters circa 1700-1885.
Arranged alphabetically by state.
BOX 171 District of Columbia, lists of physicians, members of medical societies
BOX 172 Physicians in States of the United States (1871)
Alabama-Iowa
BOX 173 Kansas-New Hampshire
BOX 174 New Jersey-Pennsylvania
BOX 175 Rhode Island-Wyoming
BOX 176 Miscellaneous
BOX 177 Miscellaneous
BOX 178-183 Miscellany, circa 1790-1890
Account books, financial papers, appointment book, commonplace book, case records, notebooks, notes, and miscellaneous material.
Arranged alphabetically by subject.
BOX 178 Account books, 1802-1862
Craik, James, and William Washington
Available on microfilm shelf no. 16,722
BOX 179 Boyle, C.; James C. Howe, John C. S. Monkur, Ben Wellford, and Toner 1802-1862
BOX 180 American Medical Association, circa 1845-1890
International Medical Congress, 1887
BOX 181 Appointment book, 1858-1859
Commonplace book (Robert Dunbar)
Mental cases
Bucklers, Hermann, 1883
Tachmyntis, E. J., 1881
BOX 182 Notebooks (includes “History of Midwifery,” circa 1769)
BOX 183 Notes on baldness and yellow fever
BOX 184 Oversize, circa 1850-1890
Case histories of rabies victims, charts, and a tracing of Dr. John Morgan's diploma.
Arranged by subject or type of material.
BOX 184 Case histories of rabies victims
Charts
Tracing of Dr. John Morgan's diploma
BOX 185-282 Part III: Washingtoniana (circa 1688-1896)
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