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Francis Clark Wood Institute for the History of Medicine records

CPP.14/0002-01

This is a finding aid. It is a description of archival material held at the College of Physicians Historical Medical Library. Unless otherwise noted, the materials described below are physically available in our reading room, and not digitally available through the web.

Summary Information

Repository:
College of Physicians Historical Medical Library
Creator:
College of Physicians of Philadelphia.
Creator:
Francis Clark Wood Institute for the History of Medicine.
Title:
Francis Clark Wood Institute for the History of Medicine records
Date [inclusive]:
1968-2005
Call Number:
CPP.14/0002-01
Extent:
58 Linear feet
Language:
English
Abstract:
The Francis Clark Wood Institute for the History of Medicine was established in 1976 to promote to the scholarly community the rich historical resources of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia's historical library and the Mütter Museum. The Institute sponsors conferences, occasional seminars, and short-term travel grants to researchers who require the resources of the museum and library. This collection documents the operation and programs of the Francis Clark Wood Institute for the History of Medicine from 1968 to 2005, providing an in-depth view into the study of the history of medicine for more than three decades. The collection includes founding documents and records of the early history of the Institute, administrative records, budget and funding records, information regarding the Wood Fellowships and the Scholars-in Residence programs, information regarding events held by the Institute and information regarding Transactions and Studies, the publication of the Francis Clark Wood Institute. Researchers interested in the history of medicine or specific historical aspects of medicine will find this collection to be of great value.
Cite as:
[Description and date of item], [Box/folder number], [CPP 14/0002-01], Francis Clark Wood Institute for the History of Medicine, 1968-2005, College of Physicians Historical Medical Library.
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Biography/History

The Francis Clark Wood Institute for the History of Medicine was established in 1976 to promote to the scholarly community the rich historical resources of the College's historical library and the Mütter Museum. The Institute sponsors conferences, occasional seminars, and short-term travel grants to researchers who require the resources of the museum and library. According to the History of Science Society, “the Wood Institute is the historical programming arm of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia and serves to promote use of the collections of the College Library and the Mutter Museum,” (History of Science Society). One of the many programs of the Francis Clark Wood Institute for the History of Medicine includes the F.C. Wood Institute Short Term Fellowships which offer travel grants to “bona fide researchers who wish to study any component of the College’s collections, ” (America Association for the History of Medicine). While recipients of the grant may work within the library, other options include texts, specimens, images, and artifacts. Other programs include seminars, lectures, and conferences.

Today, “the Wood Institute for the History of Medicine embraces all collections at the College and fosters a scholarly and public dialogue on medical history,” (Philadelphia Area Center for the History of Science).

Bibliography: American Association for the History of Medicine (accessed February 1, 2010). http://www.histmed.org/fellowships.htm

College of Physicians of Philadelphia (accessed February 1, 2010). http://www.collphyphil.org/library_wood_institute.htm

History of Science Society (accessed February 1, 2010). http://www.hssonline.org/guide/institution_detail.lasso?-Search=Action&-Table=Institutions%20web&-Database=hssguides&-KeyValue=76

Philadelphia Area Center for the History of Science (accessed February 1, 2010). http://www.pachs.net/members/archive/college_of_physicians_of_philadelphia/

Scope and Contents

This collection documents the operation and programs of the Francis Clark Wood Institute for the History of Medicine from 1968 to 2005, providing an in-depth view into the study of the history of medicine for more than three decades. The collection includes founding documents and records of the early history of the Institute, administrative records, budget and funding records, information regarding the Wood Fellowships and the Scholars-in Residence programs, information regarding events held by the Institute and information regarding Transactions and Studies, the publication of the Francis Clark Wood Institute.

This collection is arranged in six series. For more information on the contents of the collection, please see scope notes at the series levels.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

College of Physicians Historical Medical Library

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research, however, some materials are restricted. Please contact the College of Physicians Historical Medical Library for more information.

Use Restrictions

Copyright restrictions may apply. Please contact the Archives with requests for copying and for authorization to publish, quote or reproduce the material.

Processing Information note

This collection is minimally processed to the folder level.

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Controlled Access Headings

Form/Genre(s)
  • Correspondence
  • Financial records
  • Manuscripts
  • Minutes
  • Publications
  • Reports
Subject(s)
  • Medical libraries
  • Medicine--History

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Collection Inventory

1.  Founding and Early History of the Francis Clark Wood Institute, 1968-1985.

Scope and Contents note

This series dates from 1968 to 1985 and contains documents relating to the founding and early history of the Francis Clark Wood Institute for the History of Medicine. Included are proposals, plans, and reports, information regarding a symposium proposing an Institute promoting the history of medicine, drafts and charters for the Francis Clark Wood Institute. The progress and success of the Institute was documented via information regarding the development of the Institute as well as executive director John M. O'Donnell's report on the structure and function of the Institute in 1992. This series is arranged chronologically.

Box Folder

Proposals, plans, and reports, 1968-1985.

1 1

Symposium on a Proposal for an Institute for the History of Medicine in Society Under the Auspices of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, 1974 December 6.

1 2

Minutes and correspondence, 1974-1982.

1 3-4

Drafts of charters for the Francis Clark Wood Institute, circa 1980.

1 5

Development of the Francis C. Wood Institute, circa 1980s.

1 6

"Structure and Function of the F.C. Wood Institute," by John M. O'Donnell, Executive Director, 1992 June 5.

1 7

2.  Administration records.

Scope and Contents note

The "Administrative records" series documents the operation and governance of the Francis Clark Wood Institute. The series is arranged in 12 subseries.

The "Advisory Committee records" consist of files regarding the members of the advisory board. These files generally contain correspondence and are arranged alphabetically by member name. Also included are proposals, reports, and minutes from meetings dating from 1983 to 1986, all of which are arranged in chronological order.

The "Annual reports" span the years 1980 to 1994, however the report from 1982 is not included. This section is arranged in chronological order.

The Krumbhaar Medical History Essay from 2003 to 2006 is documented in "Award - Krumbhaar Medical History Essay." Edward Bell Krumbhaar, M.D. (1882-1966) was a distinguished pathologist and cardiac physiologist, as well as one of Philadelphia’s leading historians of medicine. A founder of both the Section on Medical History of the College of Physicians and the American Association of the History of Medicine (AAHM), Dr. Krumbhaar also served as President of the College and of the AAHM. In February 1957, the Section on Medical History of the College of Physicians awarded the first Krumbhaar Award, which was available to students in a medical or osteopathic school in eastern Pennsylvania or New Jersey or students with advanced degrees in history, other humanities, sociology, or anthropology will be judged in a separate pool. These files are arranged in chronological order.

"Building, office, and technical equipment records" includes building assessment records, information regarding computerization, disaster planning, system needs analyses, and information regarding expansion. These materials range in date from 1986 to 2004 and are arranged in alphabetical order.

Records regarding "Cooperative planning," include minutes, plans, goals, and remarks. These files date from 1987 to 1990 and are arranged in chronological order.

Extensive correspondence is included in this series, however, it is important to note that many other series and subseries may also contain correspondence. "Correspondence with individuals" is arranged in two sections: folders containing letters of a sender or recipient who wrote only once; and folders containing correspondents who wrote numerous letters. In both cases, the letters are arranged alphabetically by correspondent's name. Several prominent writers include Alma Dea Morani and Samuel X Radbill. "Correspondence with organizations" includes correspondence with organizations with which the Francis Clark Wood Institute dealt regularly. A few organizations include Albert Einstein Medical Center, the American Medical Association, the Journal of American History, Lankenau Hospital, the Strong Museum and Thomas Jefferson University.

The "Library" records document the library's involvement with the Francis Clark Wood Institute and include information regarding proposed reduction of size of collection, reports, grants, conference planning, and library reconfiguration. These records date from 1983 to 1989 and are arranged chronologically.

"Staff" files consist largely of job descriptions, information regarding applicants, and information regarding staff members from 1987 to 2005. Due to the personal nature of these files, this subseries is restricted. Please ask Archives staff if you wish to review the material.

Information regarding the Wood Institute's publishing program includes correspondence, a bibliography of writings on Dr. Benjamin Rush, and a manuscript for History of Wood Engraving in 19th Century American Medical Illustration, which appeared in  Canadian Bulletin of Medical History in 1998. The files in this series are arranged chronologically.

"Miscellaneous administrative records" include records that relate to Francis Clark Wood Institute, but are frequently of a broader nature. These files, arranged alphabetically, include information regarding accommodations for researchers, catering of events, Health Science Libraries Consortium, College Night Lectures, College of Physicians of Philadelphia administration, and Womens' Committee of the College of Physicians. General correspondence discusses the history of maritime medicine, applicants for the Wood Fellowship, research regarding conferences, thank you letters, etc. Records date from 1980 to 1998.

"Historical Collections information" includes materials relating to the sources used by Wood Fellows and Scholars-in-Residence. In this subseries are annual reports, information regarding location of collections, collection development policies, procedure manuals, staff records, information regarding donations, and a compilation of records regarding collections relating to radiology.

Advisory Committee records.

Box Folder

Member - Austrian, Robert.

2 1

Member - Barnshaw, Harold.

2 2

Member - Bartuska, Doris.

2 3

Member - Bell, Whitfield.

2 4

Member - Foster, Richard.

2 5

Member - Futcher, Palmer.

2 6

Member - Havens, Timothy.

2 7

Member - Hubbard, John.

2 8

Member - Koblenzer, Caroline S.

2 9

Member - Pretzman, Steven.

2 10

Member - Rhoads, Jonathan.

2 11

Member - Rogers, Fred.

2 12

Member - Rosenberg, Charles.

2 13

Member - Simmons, Vaughan.

2 14

Member - Stevens, Rosemary.

2 15

Member - Wagner, Fred.

2 16

Member - Wolf, Stewart.

2 17

Member - Wood, Francis.

2 18

Interdisciplinary Proposal by Stewart Wolf, 1987.

2 19

Structure and Function of the Advisory Committee, undated.

2 20

Meeting, 1983 November 22.

2 21

Meeting, 1986 January.

2 22

Meeting, 1986 January 28.

2 23

Meeting, 1986 May.

2 24

Meeting, 1986 September 25.

2 25

Meeting, 1986 November 25.

2 26

Meeting, 1987 January.

2 27

Meeting, 1987 May 26.

2 28

Meeting, 1987 September 22.

2 29

Meeting - Cost Analysis Fiscal Year 1988, circa 1987 October.

2 30

Meeting, 1987 November 24.

2 31

Meeting, 1988 January 26.

2 32

Meeting, 1988 March 22.

2 33

Meeting, 1988 May 17.

2 34

Meeting, 1988 September 27.

2 35

Meeting, 1988 November 22.

2 36

Meeting, 1989 January 24.

2 37

Meeting, 1989 March 28.

2 38

Meeting, 1989 May 23.

2 39

Meeting, 1989 September 26.

2 40

Meeting, 1989 November 28.

2 41

Meeting, 1990 January 23.

2 42

Meeting, 1990 March 27.

2 43

Meeting, 1995.

2 44

Meeting, 1996.

2 45

Miscellaneous, undated.

2 46

Annual reports, 1980-1994.

Box Folder

1980-1981.

3 1

1983.

3 2

1983-1984.

3 3-6

1985.

3 7-8

1986.

3 9

1986-1987.

3 10

1987-1988.

3 11-12

1988.

3 13

1989-1990.

3 14-16

1990-1991.

3 17-18

1991.

3 19

1992-1993.

3 20

1993-1994.

3 21

Award - Krumbhaar Medical History Essay Contest, 2003-2005.

Box Folder

2003-2004.

4 1

2003.

4 2

2004-2005.

4 3

Building, office, and technical equipment records, 1986-2004.

Box Folder

Building assessment, 1992.

5 1

Computer systems, 1990.

5 2

Computerization - notes and estimates, 1995.

5 3

Copy machine, 1990.

5 4

Disaster planning, 1994-1995.

5 5

Equipment needs, 1990.

5 6

Floor plans - proposed additions to the College of Physicians, 1987.

5 7

Instruction manuals for equipment, undated.

5 8

Office machine warranties, circa 1987.

5 9

Office space for Wood Institute, third floor, 1986-1990.

5 10

"Space Planning Considerations for the Next Decades," by Mark S. Hochberg, M.D., 2004 January 26.

5 11

Radiological measurements survey report, 1988 November 10.

5 12

Systems Needs Analysis presented to College of Physicians of Philadelphia, by Contemporary Software Concepts, 1991 June 21.

5 13

Telephone systems, undated.

5 14

Cooperative planning, 1987-1990.

Box Folder

Meeting, 1987 March 11.

6 1

Program plans and goals, 1987-1988.

6 2

Remarks, 1988 May.

6 3

Program plans, 1988-1989.

6 4

Program notes, 1989-1990.

6 5

Correspondence with individuals.

Box Folder

Abel - Burns.

7 1

Canale-Drayton.

7 2

Eastwood - Fye.

7 3

Geist - Huth.

7 4

Jarcho - Krogman.

7 5

Landsberger - Mudd.

7 6

O'Neill - Ruggere.

7 7

Schock - Vogel.

7 8

Wagenheim - Zingg.

7 9

Artschwager, Eva.

8 1

Baron, Richard.

8 2

Barona, Jose.

8 3

Bates, Barbara.

8 4

Beeson, Paul.

8 5

Bell, Whitfield.

8 6

Berman, Paul.

8 7

Bernstein, R.E.

8 8

Beyerchen, A.

8 9

Bienen, Leigh.

8 10

Blecker, Johanna.

8 11

Bleier, Ruth.

8 12

Bradley, Bob.

8 13

Briceno - Leon, Roberto.

8 14

Brieger, Gert.

8 15

Brobeck, John.

8 16

Brodel, Max.

8 17

Broman, Tom.

8 18

Burian, Richard.

8 19

Burnham, John.

8 20

Cassel, Eric.

8 21

Cayliffe, Susan.

8 22

Chaff, Sandra.

8 23

Chapman, Nathaniel.

8 24

Cook, Harold.

8 25

Copelon, Rhonda.

8 26

Cross, Steve.

8 27

Davis, Audrey.

8 28

Davis, Ruth.

8 29

Dedo, George.

8 30

Dodd, Dianne.

8 31

Dowdell, George.

8 32

Elliott, Clark.

8 33

Ellis, Jack.

8 34

Erde, Edmund.

8 35

Fee, Elizabeth.

8 36

Feldberg, Gina.

8 37

Fine, Evelyn.

8 38

Fleming, Donald.

8 39

Foscher, Pauline.

8 40

Fox, Claire.

8 41

Frank, Morton.

8 42

Frank, Robert G.

8 43

Freeman, Joseph.

8 44

Freiweld, Milton.

8 45

Futcher, Palmer.

8 46

Fye, Bruce.

8 47

Gamble, Vanessa.

9 1

Gordon, Eleanora.

9 2

Hanckel, Francis Stuart.

9 3

Hansen, Bert.

9 4

Helfand, Bill.

9 5

Helminski, Frances.

9 6

Higby, Gregory.

9 7

Hill, Gideon.

9 8

Jarcho, Saul.

9 9

Kemler, Michael.

9 10

Kissick, William.

9 11

Krasner, David.

9 12

Kraut, Alan.

9 13

Kunitz, Stephen.

9 14

Lear, Walter.

9 15

Leavitt, Judy.

9 16

Ludmerer, Kenneth.

9 17

Lynaugh, Joan.

9 18

Mansure, Frank.

9 19

Marmelzat, Willard.

9 20

Martin, Steve.

9 21

Maulitz, Russell.

9 22

Miller, Janet.

9 23

Morani, Alma Dea.

9 24

McCarthy, Michael.

9 25

McClenahan, John.

9 26

McHenry, Larry.

9 27

McHenry, Seth.

9 28

Mudd, Emily.

9 29

Paulshock, Bernadine.

9 30

Price, Robin.

9 31

Provine, William.

9 32

Radbill, Samuel.

9 33

Reichlin, Morris.

9 34

Rhoads, Jonathan.

9 35

Rose, Libby.

10 1

Saunders, Leon.

10 2

Sherry, Sol.

10 3

Shryock, Rheva.

10 4

Stevens, Rosemary.

10 5

Sturgis, Katharine.

10 6

Swenson, Robert.

10 7

Vogel, Morris.

10 8

Wilkerson, K.B.

10 9

Wooden, Allen.

10 10

Yamazaki, Shigeaki.

10 11

Zahn, Margaret.

10 12

Correspondence with organizations.

Box Folder

American Association for the History of Medicine (AAHM), 1987-1988.

11 1-2

American Institute for the History of Pharmacy (AIHP).

11 3

Albert Einstein Medical Center.

11 4

American College of Physicians Collaborative, 2006.

11 5

American Medical Association (AMA).

11 6

American Philosophical Society.

11 7

Bard College.

11 8

Center for Health Policy.

11 9

Center for the History of Chemistry (CHOC), Conversation Group.

11 10

Center for the Study of the History of Nursing.

11 11

Cooperative Humanities Seminar.

11 12

Council for International Exchange of Scholars (CIES).

11 13

Delaware Valley Ethics Committee Network (DVECN).

11 14

Delaware Valley Faculty Exchange.

11 15

Fox Chase Career Center.

11 16

Gloeckner Fellowships.

11 17

Greater Philadelphia Committee.

11 18

Greater Philadelphia Philosophy Consortium.

11 19

Hastings Center.

11 20

Health and Human Values - Pennsylvania Humanities Council.

11 21

Institute for Research in History.

11 22

International Arts - Medicine Association.

11 23

Journal of American History.

11 24

Lankenau Hospital.

12 1

Latin American Rabbinical Seminary.

12 2

Mayor's Commission for Women.

12 3

Medical College of Pennsylvania (MCP).

12 4

Medical History Society of New Jersey.

12 5

National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH).

12 6

National Library of Medicine.

12 7

New York Academy of Medicine.

12 8

One Book Philadelphia.

12 9

Philadelphia General Hospital/Philadelphia General Hospital School of Nursing (PGH).

12 10

Society for Ancient Medicine.

12 11

Strong Museum, "Altered States," (includes slides).

12 12

Thomas Jefferson University.

12 13

University of California, History of Health Sciences.

12 14

University of Pennsylvania Press.

12 15

University of Wisconsin.

12 16

Library, 1983-1989.

Box Folder

Correspondence regarding reducing size of collections, 1983-1987.

13 1

Committee report, 1984.

13 2

End of Year Report for 1984, 1985.

13 3-4

Report, 1986 September 1.

13 5

National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Grant, 1986.

13 6

Conference planning for June 1987, 1986.

13 7

Case statements, 1987.

13 8

Correspondence regarding Ed Rose papers in Archives, 1988.

13 9

Facts about the library reconfiguration at the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, 1989 April 14.

13 10

Staff.

Scope and Contents note

Due to the personal nature of employee files, the folders in Boxes 14 and 15 are restricted. Please ask Archives staff for permission to view these records.

Box Folder

Acting Director, 1989-1990.

14 1

Assistant Director job description, undated.

14 2

Assistant Director for Programs, Monique Borque, 1994.

14 3

Communications Director, 1987 June.

14 4

Mütter Museum Director, Gretchen Worden, 1988-2004.

14 5

Program Director job description, 1987.

14 6

Wood Institute director applications, 1997-2000.

14 7-10

Wood Institute Director job description, 1987-1999.

14 11

Wood Institute Director, Caroline Hannaway, 1990-1992.

14 12

Wood Institute Director, Diana Long, 1982-1989.

14 13

Wood Institute Director, Ed Morman, 2000-2005.

14 14-15

Other Positions - job descriptions, applicants, and employee records.

15 1-27

Wood Institute publishing program.

Box Folder

Correspondence.

16 1

Benjamin Rush bibliography, 1993.

16 2

Manuscript on the History of Wood Engraving in 19th Century American Medical Illustration, by Christopher Hoolihan, 1995.

16 3-6

Miscellaneous administrative records.

Box Folder

Accommodations for researchers, 1995-1996.

17 1

Catering for Section on Bioethics, 1995-1996.

17 2

Catering for Wood Institute Seminars, 1994-1996.

17 3

Circulation files, 1988-1994.

17 4

College of Physicians feature in Today's Health Magazine, 1995 April.

17 5

Consultants - Budget and expense information, 1994-1996.

17 6

Database change form, 1994.

17 7

General correspondence, 1994-1996.

17 8-12

Health Sciences Libraries Consortium - Account purchases, 1995-1996.

17 13

ISBN information, 1990.

17 14

Membership and subscriptions to American Historical Association, 1994-1995.

17 15

MMIS - Index to College of Physicians of Philadelphia central files, 1994.

17 16

Planning memos and notes, 1994.

17 17

Miscellaneous purchases, 1995-1996.

17 18

Cardiology photo shoot.

18 1

Case statement, c. 1986.

18 2

College Night Lectures - The Doctor's Role: What Does TV Tell Us?, 1989 May 10.

18 3

College of Physicians of Philadelphia By-Laws.

18 4

College of Physicians of Philadelphia Council Meetings, 1988.

18 5

College of Physicians of Philadelphia Council Members, 1986-1988.

18 6

College of Physicians of Philadelphia Director of Development, 1986-1987.

18 7

College of Physicians of Philadelphia Executive Director's Annual Report, 1987.

18 8

College of Physicians of Philadelphia, Executive Director John O'Donnell, 1984-1986.

18 9

College of Physicians of Philadelphia executive memos, 1983-1989.

18 10-14

College of Physicians of Philadelphia Fellowship questionnaire, undated.

18 15

College of Physicians of Philadelphia fundraising, 1985-1990.

18 16

College of Physicians of Philadelphia governance changes, 1989-1990.

18 17

College of Physicians of Philadelphia Governance Committee minutes, 1988 December 15.

18 18

College of Physicians of Philadelphia legal status, 1988 January.

18 19

College of Physicians of Philadelphia New Century Fund, 1986.

18 20

College of Physicians of Philadelphia personnel manual, 1988.

18 21

College of Physicians of Philadelphia personnel policy revisions, 1988.

18 22

College of Physicians of Philadelphia Planning and Development Council.

18 23

President Reagan's Visit for College of Physicians of Philadelphia Bicentennial Celebration, 1987.

18 24

Section on Medical History - Correspondence, administration and planning, 1983-1989.

18 25

Section on Ophthalmology - Correspondence, 1988.

18 26

Staff meetings, 1983-1989.

18 27-33

William H. Helfand, Candidate for Fellow of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, 1991.

18 34

Womens' Committee of the College of Physicians, 1986-1988.

18 35

American Association of Museums (AAM) accreditation.

19 1

Culpeper Foundation Scholarship application - Tighe, Janet, 1991.

19 2

Magazine of the Arnold Arboretum, 1988.

19 3
Memos regarding Management of Museum, 1987.
Scope and Contents note

The material in this folder is confidential and therefore restricted. Please ask staff in order to view the material.

19 4

Miscellaneous correspondence and memos, 1980-1988.

19 5

Museums - Miscellaneous readings, 1994.

19 6

Mütter Museum - Three Year Plan, 1995-1998, 1995-1998.

19 7

National Park Service Exhibit Conservation guidelines, 1986 February.

19 8

PACSCL Imaging Project, 1994-1995.

19 9

Wood Institute - Miscellaneous, 1995-1996.

19 10

Historical Collections information.

Box Folder

Annual reports, 1992-1994.

20 1

Cage directory, undated.

20 2

Collection development policy, 1991.

20 3

General information, undated.

20 4

Historical Collections procedures manual, 1994.

20 5

Horrocks, Thomas, Historical Collections Curator, 1985-1988.

20 6

Kitchen, Dr. Philip--Donation of medical office, 1977.

20 7

"Modern Mortality" brochure, undated.

20 8

RLIN cataloging aids, 1984-1986.

20 9

S. Weir Mitchell papers finding aid, undated.

20 10

Radiology collections, undated.

20 11

3.  Budget and Funding.

Scope and Contents note

The bulk of the "Budget and Funding" series is organized by fiscal year and dates from 1985 to 1997. For each fiscal year, there is generally information regarding the operating budget, expenditures, income, monthly statements from the Philadelphia National Bank, and accounts. There is also information regarding "Tax status, donations, grants, and fundraising" which include records dating from 1964 to 1999. Included in this subseries are files on specific grants for specific projects such as processing of the pamphlet collection, computerization and cataloging projects for the Mutter Museum, and the processing and cataloging of the Elm Hill Private Institute collection. Finally, the "Rockefeller Foundation" records include material dating from 1985 to 1990 and consisting of correspondence, grants, information regarding the Rockefeller Fellowship, reports, funding requests and program announcements. This material is arranged chronologically.

Fiscal Year 1985-1986.

Box Folder

Operating Budget proposal, approval and summary, 1985-1986.

21 1-4

Expenditures for July - August, 1985.

21 5

General Fund revenue and expenses, 1985-1986.

21 6

Operating Performance sheet, 1985-1986.

21 7

Overhead issue, 1985-1986.

21 8

Payroll changes, 1985-1986.

21 9

Accounts spreadsheets - General expenses, 1985-1986.

21 10-24

Monthly Statements - Philadelphia National Bank (PNB), 1985-1986.

21 25-36

Fiscal Year 1986-1987.

Box Folder

Operating Budget proposal, approval and summary, 1986-1987.

21 37-44

Expense spreadsheets, circa 1986 July-October.

22 1

Income, 1986-1987.

22 2

Accounts spreadsheets - General expenses, 1986-1987.

22 3-17

Monthly Statements - Philadelphia National Bank, 1986-1987.

22 18

Fiscal Year 1987-1988.

Box Folder

Wood Institute budget, 1987 August 12.

22 19

Monthly budget statements, 1987-1988.

22 20

Grant - Balance sheet, 1988 October 31.

22 21

Accounts spreadsheets - General expenses, 1987-1988.

22 22-36

Ethics Committee Network Project - Expenses, 1987-1988.

23 1-7

Measey account, 1987-1988.

23 8-13

Milbank account, 1987-1988.

23 14-23

Rockefeller account, 1987-1988.

23 24

Special account (lighting for Diana Long's office), 1987-1988.

23 25

Transactions & Studies - Expenses, 1987-1988.

23 26-34

Fiscal Year 1988-1989.

Box Folder

Budget, 1988-1989.

24 1

Trial balance, 1989.

24 2

Accounts expenses - General expenses, 1988-1989.

24 3-23

Measey account, 1988-1989.

24 24-25

Rockefeller account, 1988-1989.

24 26

Ethics Committee Network Project account, 1988-1989.

24 27-46

Fiscal Year 1989-1990.

Box Folder

Budget, 1989-1990.

25 1-2

Accounts spreadsheets - General expenses, 1989-1990.

25 3-23

Ethics Committee Network Project account, 1989-1990.

25 24-32

History of Medicine Seminars expenses.

25 33-36

Rockefeller account, 1989-1990.

25 37

Wood Fellows Research expenses, 1989-1990.

25 38

Fiscal Year 1990-1991.

Box Folder

Budget, 1990-1991.

25 39-40

Payroll, 1990-1991.

25 41

Accounts spreadsheets - General expenses, 1990-1991.

25 42-54

Accounts spreadsheets - General expenses (continued), 1990-1991.

26 1-13

History of Medicine Seminars expenses, 1990-1991.

26 14-16

Wood Fellowship expenses, 1990-1991.

26 17

Fiscal Year 1991-1992.

Box Folder

Budget, 1991-1992.

26 18

Advances and reimbursements, 1991-1992.

26 19

Accounts spreadsheets - General expenses, 1991-1992.

26 20-38

Measey account, 1991-1992.

26 39-41

Wood Fellowship expenses, 1991-1992.

26 42

Fiscal Year 1992-1993.

Box Folder

Budget, 1991-1992.

26 43

Accounts spreadsheets - General expenses, 1991-1992.

26 44-66

Wood Fellowship expenses, 1991-1992.

26 67

Fiscal Year 1993-1994.

Box Folder

Budget, 1993-1994.

27 1

Accounts spreadsheets - Expenses, 1993-1994.

27 2-21

Fiscal Year 1994-1997.

Box Folder

Budget, 1994-1995.

27 22

Accounts, 1994-1995.

27 23-33

Budget, 1995-1996.

27 34

Budget, 1996-1997.

27 35

Tax status, donations, grants, and fundraising.

Box Folder

Tax status letter, 1979.

28 1

The College of Physicians of Philadelphia - Report of Independent Auditors, by William E. Howe & Co., 1991 June 30.

28 2

The College of Physicians of Philadelphia - Tax status history, 1971-1992.

28 3

Donations to Wood Institute, 1983-1992.

28 4

Donations and Memorial in Honor of Francis Clark Wood, 1991.

28 5

Donor's Guide, Society of American Archivists and Records of Glenridge Hospital Survey Report, 1980-1984.

28 6

Fundraising brochures and correspondence.

28 7

Wood Institute fundraising brochure, 1986.

28 8

Wood Institute fundraising ideas, 1977-1999.

28 9

Wood Institute fundraising miscellaneous.

28 10

Grant ideas, 1964-1988.

28 11

Grant proposal for "A Center for Health Services History and Social Policy", n/d.

28 12

Grants progress report, 16 January 1987.

28 13

Arcadia Institute proposal - "Go First to the Hospital": An Historical and Sociological Study of Patient-oriented Clinical Research, 1989 January 12.

28 14

Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts (CCAHA) - Preservation Needs Assessment program, 1993-1994.

28 15

Institute of Museum Services (IMS) - Conservation Project Support (CP), Museum Assessment Program (MAP), 1994-1995.

28 16

Library grants, 1983-1986.

29 1

Lindback Foundation, 1986-1989.

29 2

Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation - Award letter for "One Hundred Years of Internal Medicine" conference, 1985.

29 3

Macy Foundation - "One Hundred Years of Internal Medicine" Proposal, 1985-1986.

29 4

Macy Foundation - "Black Health: Historical Perspectives and Current Issues" Proposal, 1988 April.

29 5

The Benjamin and Mary Siddons Measey Foundation- Measey Grant proposal, 1981.

29 6

The Benjamin and Mary Siddons Measey Foundation- Measey Grant proposal, 1983-1984.

29 7

The Benjamin and Mary Siddons Measey Foundation- Measey Grant proposal, 1985.

29 8

The Benjamin and Mary Siddons Measey Foundation- Measey Grant proposal, 1986-1987.

29 9

The Benjamin and Mary Siddons Measey Foundation- Measey Grant proposal, 1987-1988.

29 10

The Benjamin and Mary Siddons Measey Foundation- Measey Grant proposal, 1988-1989.

29 11

The Benjamin and Mary Siddons Measey Foundation- Measey Grant proposal, 1989-1990.

29 12

The Benjamin and Mary Siddons Measey Foundation- Measey Grant proposal, 1990-1991.

29 13

The Benjamin and Mary Siddons Measey Foundation- Measey Grant proposal, 1991-1992.

29 14

The Benjamin and Mary Siddons Measey Foundation- Measey Grant proposal, 1992-1993.

29 15

The Benjamin and Mary Siddons Measey Foundation- Measey Grant proposal, 1993-1994.

29 16

The Benjamin and Mary Siddons Measey Foundation- Measey Grant proposal, 1994-1995.

29 17

The Benjamin and Mary Siddons Measey Foundation- Measey Grant proposal, 1995-1996.

29 18

The Benjamin and Mary Siddons Measey Foundation- Measey Grant proposal, 1996-1997.

29 19

National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) application guidelines, 1979.

29 20-21

NEH grant application for pamphlet collection, 1984.

29 22

NEH correspondence, 1987.

29 23

NEH grant application: History of Scientific Medicine in Paris, 1790-1850: A Reinterpretation, 1990-1991.

29 24

NEH grant indirect cost rate, 1992 March.

29 25

NEH guidelines, 1993-1995.

30 1

NEH application for Mutter Museum Computerization and Catalog project, 1997.

30 2

National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC) - Application for Elm Hill Private Institute Processing and Cataloging Project, 1995.

30 3

Pennsylvania Foundations directory, circa 1994.

30 4

The Pew Charitable Trusts - Annual report, 1986.

30 5

Pennsylvania Humanities Council - Information packages, 1993-1996.

30 6

Rockefeller Foundation, 1985-1990.

Box Folder

Rockefeller Foundation, February 1985.

31 1

Rockefeller Grant award, 19 July 1985.

31 2

Rockefeller Foundation Program - Description of Wood Institute Program to Lynne Szwaja, 28 June 1985.

31 3

Rockefeller Fellowship - Alan M. Kraut, 1986-1991.

31 4

Rockefeller Foundation report, January 1986.

31 5

Rockefeller Fellow - Harry Marks, 1986-1991.

31 6

Rockefeller Fellow - Julia Epstein, 1988-1991.

31 7

Rockefeller Program Committee, 1986.

31 8

Rockefeller Humanities Program accounts, 1986-1987.

31 9-12

Report on Rockefeller Program, 1986-1987.

31 13

Rockefeller funding requests, 1986-1987.

31 14

Rockefeller Foundation Humanities Program announcements, 1987.

31 15

Rockefeller Fellowship announcements and sites, 1987-1988.

31 16

Additional funding requests Rockefeller Foundation, 1987.

31 17

Rockefeller Program - Accounts.

31 18-19

Rockefeller Fellowship Selection Committee, 1987.

31 20

Grant extension, 1988.

31 21

Rockefeller Fellow - Barbara Traister, 1987-1991.

31 22

Selection Committee, 1988.

31 24

Lynne Szwaja - Rockefeller correspondence, 1988.

31 25

Report to Lynne Szwaja, 1988 February.

31 26

Eligibility for Rockefeller Fellowship, file memo, 1988 January 5.

31 27

Final Report to Rockefeller Foundation, 1988-1989.

31 28

Interim Report to Rockefeller Foundation, 1989.

31 29

Rockefeller Fellow - Nancy Tomes, 1988-1991.

31 30

Rockefeller Fellow - Phillip J. Pauly, 1989-1991.

31 31

Correspondence, 1989.

32 1

Rockefeller Fellow Selection Committee, 1989.

32 2

Final report, 1989-1990.

32 3

Copies of checks, 1990.

32 4

Annual reports, 1990, 1991.

32 5

Evaluation, 1991.

32 6

4.  Wood Fellowships/Scholars-in-Residence.

Scope and Contents note

The "Wood Fellowships/Scholars-in-Residence" contains files of a sensitive and personal nature, therefore, it is restricted. Seek permission from Archives staff to view these records.

The series is arranged into two subseries: "Wood Fellowships" and "Scholars-in Residence." Included in this series are mailing lists, applicant files, correspondence, selection committee minutes, and Fellows' reports. The materials date 1983 to 2008 and are arranged chronologically. Contents of the applicant files is frequently sparse, but sometimes the files include an application letter, resume, letters of recommendation, lists of resources needed, and brief writing sample on the proposed topic for research. Some topics include: social development of the mental hospital, vivisection, development of the psyche in the middle ages, older women and their doctors at the turn of the century, patent medicine from 1924 to 1932, relationships between music and medicine, EEG, Philadelphia physicians and hospitals, vaccination, cancer and culture in America.

Wood Fellowships, 1983-2008.

Box Folder

Mailing list, 1983-1984.

33 1

Mailing list, 1984-1985.

33 2

Applicants, 1984-1985.

33 3-18

Applicants, 1985-1986.

33 19-31

Applicant, 1987.

33 32

Applicant, 1988.

33 33

Mailing list, 1989-1990.

34 1

Selection Committee, 1989-1990.

34 2

Applicants, 1989-1990.

34 3-11

Mailing list, 1990-1991.

34 12

Applicants, 1990-1991.

34 13-16

Mailing list, 1991-1992.

34 17

Applicants, 1991-1992.

34 18-24

Applicants, 1992-1994.

34 25-27

Applicants, 1991-1992.

35 1-10

Mailing list, 1992-1993.

35 11

Applicants, 1993.

35 12-20

Miscellaneous, 1994-1997.

35 21

Mailing list, announcements, 1994.

36 1

Fellows reports, Excerpt for Transactions & Studies, 1994.

36 2

Applicants, 1994.

36 3-13

Applicants, 1995.

36 14-29

Fellowship announcements, 1996.

37 1

Applicants, 1996.

37 2-14

Fellowship announcements, 1996-2000.

37 15

Applicants, 1997.

37 16-27

Women's Committee contribution to Wood Fellowship Fund, 2000.

37 28

Fellowship correspondence, 1998-1999.

37 29

Wood Fellowship advertisement, 1998.

37 30

Applicants, 1998-1999.

37 31-32

Applicants, 1998.

38 1-10

Wood Fellowship advertisement, 1999.

38 11

Awardees, 1999.

38 12-13

Applicants, 1999.

38 14-21

Applicants, 1999.

39 1-13

Sample research reports, undated.

39 14

Wood Fellowship advertisement, 2000.

39 15

Awardees, 2000.

39 16-17

Applicants, 2000.

39 18

Applicants, 2000.

40 1-10

Wood Fellowship advertisement, 2001.

40 11

Awardees, 2001.

40 12

Correspondence, 2001.

40 13

Application packages, research proposals, 2001.

40 14-15

Applicants, 2001.

40 16-20

Applicants, 2001.

41 1-11

Wood Fellowship - Budget materials, 2001-2003.

41 12

Awardees, 2002.

41 13

List of Applicants, 2002.

41 14

Application packages, 2002.

41 15

Applicants, 2002.

41 16-27

Awardees, 2003.

41 28

Awardees, 2003.

42 1

Applicants, 2004.

42 2-3

Applicants, 2005.

42 4-5

Edward Morman files on fellowships and scholars programs, 2003-2005.

43 1

Applicants, 2005-2006.

43 2-3

Applicant, 2008.

43 4

Scholars In Residence, 1993-1998.

Box Folder

Correspondence, 1993.

43 5

Selection Committee, 1993.

43 6

Scholar In Residence advertisement, 1993.

43 7

Applicants, 1993.

43 8-11

Applications and correspondence, 1994.

43 12-13

Applicants, 1994.

43 14-16

Applicants, 1994.

43 1-3

Applications and correspondence, 1995.

43 4

Selection Committee, 1995.

43 5

Applicants, 1995.

44 6-11

Selection Committee, 1996.

44 12

Applicants, 1996.

44 13-18

Applicants, 1997.

45 1-11

Miscellaneous correspondence, 1997-2000.

45 12

5.  Events.

Scope and Contents note

The "Events" series documents 12 events and/or projects in relative detail. Events or projects which are particularly well documented include: "A Melancholy Scene of Devastation": The Public Response to the 1793 Philadelphia Yellow Fever Epidemic, 1993; Disease and Society in the Developing World: Exploring New Perspectives, An International Conference, 1992; Ethics Committee Project, 1986 to 1990; Hippocrates and Modern Medicine, 1996; History of Medicine Seminars, 1983 to 1997; History of Scientific Medicine in Paris, 1790-1850: A Reinterpretation, 1992; Internal Medicine Conference and Publication, "Grand Rounds: One Hundred Years of Internal Medicine," 1988; Conference on Health and Medicine in the Era of Lewis and Clark, 2004; Looking Forward: Women in American Medicine, 1888-1988; 'Say Ahh!:' Examining America's Health, 1995 to 1996; Seeking Common Ground: Law, Medicine, and Patient Care in the 1990s, 1991; and the Social History of Disease, 1988. Almost all of these events are documented via planning documents, budgets, correspondence, speaker information, attendees lists, program descriptions, conference papers, and event ephemera. On several occasions, information regarding sponsors of the event is included.

The History of Medicine Seminar records also contain files on specific speakers, however, the information is frequently inconsistent in depth. Some files contain notes, letters of acceptance, and background writings, while others contain nothing more than a phone message or a list of attendees. The lectures do not appear to exist in these folders.

Miscellaneous events include events that were less well documented, but still include valuable information.

The files in this series will be of interest to researchers studying any of the topics addressed in the events as well as researcher interested in history of medicine conferences and symposia, generally.

"A Melancholy Scene of Devastation": The Public Response to the 1793 Philadelphia Yellow Fever Epidemic.

Box Folder

Budget, 1993.

46 1

Yellow fever manuscripts--first drafts of papers presented at conference, circa 1992.

46 2

Pre-conference correspondence, 1993.

46 3

Post-conference correspondence, 1993-1994.

46 4

Program and speaker information, 1993-1994.

46 5

Publicity, 1993-1994.

46 6

Disease & Society in the Developing World: Exploring New Perspectives, An International Conference, 1992.

Box Folder

Abstracts of research, 1991-1992.

47 1

Acceptance letters, 14 January 1992.

47 2

Attendees list, 1992.

47 3

Budget, 1992.

47 4

Catering, 1992.

47 5

Correspondence, 1992.

47 6

Disease & Society in the Developing World - Final Conference report, circa 1992.

47 7

Flyers, 1992.

47 8

Fundraising, 1992.

47 9

General information, 1992.

47 10

Hotel information, 1992.

47 11

Miscellaneous - correspondence, memos, planning, 1992.

47 12-13

Program description, circa 1992.

47 14

Publicity, 1992.

47 15

Roster of speakers, 1992.

47 16

Speaker Honoraria, 1992.

47 17

Abbott Laboratories - Request for sponsorship, 1992.

47 18

American Home Products - Request for sponsorship, 1992.

47 19

Burroughs Wellcome Company - Request for sponsorship, 1992.

47 20

The Edna McConnell Clark Foundation - Request for sponsorship, 1992.

47 21

Measey Foundation, sponsor, 1992.

47 22

Merck & Co., sponsor, 1992-1993.

47 23

Pfizer - Request for sponsorship, 1992.

47 24

SmithKline Beecham Foundation - Request for sponsorship, 1992.

47 25

The Wellcome Trust, sponsor, 1992-1993.

47 26

First drafts of research presented at Disease & Society conference, 1992.

48 1-28

Ethics Committees Project, 1986-1990.

Box Folder

Budget and accounting, 1987-1988.

49 1

Goals of Ethics Committees Project, contains: memos, articles on ethics committees from Hastings Center Report, June 1986.

49 2

Involvement of College Fellows, 1987-1988.

49 3

Memos about project and funding (John O'Donnell, William Lutz and Jerry Condon), 1987.

49 4

Planning meetings, 1987-1988.

49 5

Delaware Valley Ethics Committee Network Project.

49 6

The Hastings Center - Grant.

49 7

Nursing organizations list for project, 1987.

49 8

The William Penn Foundation - Grant, 1988.

49 9-10

Conference: "Withholding Life-Sustaining Treatment: Ethical and Legal Issues", 1987 December 4.

49 11
Conference: "Ethics Committees: Moral Struggle and Strategy in Health Care Institutions", 1988 October 13-15.
Legal claims against physicians

Contains a letter written by a conference attendee regarding her legal claims against physicians over life endangerment.

49 12

Conference: "Institutional Ethics Committees and AIDS: Case Consultation and Policy Formation", 1988 June 9.

49 13

Conference: "Keeping Ethics in Ethics Committees", 1990 April 5-6.

50 1-2

"Hippocrates and Modern Medicine" Conference, 3-5 May 1996, 1995-1996.

Box Folder

Budget and finance, 1995-1996.

50 3-6

Correspondence - pre-conference, 1995.

50 7-8

Correspondence - post-conference, 1995-1996.

50 9

Placecards with item descriptions from Hippocrates exhibit, May 1996.

50 10

Presenters and commentators, 1996.

50 11

Publicity and conference schedule, 1996.

50 12

Conference papers, 1996.

51 1-4

History of Medicine Seminars, 1983-1997.

Box Folder
Administrative planning and correspondence, 1990s.
Restricted

Certain documents in this file contain information that may be sensitive. Request permission from staff to view these records.

52 1-6

1983-1984.

52 7-8

1984-1985.

52 9

1985-1986.

52 10

1986-1987.

52 11

1988 Spring.

52 12-13

1988 Fall.

52 14

1988-1994.

54 15

1989 Spring.

52 16

1989 Fall.

52 17

1990 Spring.

52 18

1990 Fall.

52 19

1991 Spring.

52 20

1991 Fall.

52 21

1992 Spring.

52 22

1992 Fall.

52 23

1993 Spring.

52 2

1993 Fall.

52 25

1994.

52 26

1995 Spring.

52 27

1995 Fall.

52 28

1996 Spring.

52 29

1996 Fall.

52 30

1997 Spring.

52 31

1997 Fall.

52 32

1998 Fall.

52 33

1999 Spring.

52 34

1999-2000.

52 35

2000 Spring.

52 36

Bendersky, Gordon. "Remarks on Rafael's Transfiguration" Source, Vol. XIV, No. 4, Summer 1995. News coverage from Philadelphia Inquirer and New York, 1995-1996.

53 1

Condran, Gretchen. Graphs on Infant Mortality, 1988 October 26.

53 2

Gordon, Eleanora. "The Tragic Voyage of Jens Munk to Hudson Bay in 1619: An Analysis of a Medical Catastrophe", 1987.

53 3

Helfand, William. Compilation of poems about prescribed drugs, 1987 December 10.

53 4

Hine, Darlene Clark. "The Intersection of Race, Gender, and Class in the Nursing Profession", 1989.

53 5

Kissick, William. "The Evolution of Health Policy" and "Strategy for Health: A Synthesis of Scientific and Political Truth", 1988.

53 6

Kotranski, Lynne. Abstract: "A Neighborhood Health Care Data Base For Philadelphia." Philadelphia Health Management Corporation, 1986.

53 7

Savitt, Todd. Presentation: "The Rise and Fall of Black Medical Schools in the United States", 1991.

53 8

Ulrich, Laurel. "Derangement in the Family: The Story of Mary Sewall, 1824-1825", 1990.

53 9

History of Medicine Seminar Presenters, 1983-1987.

53 10-73

History of Medicine Seminars Presenters, 1983-1997.

54 1-86

"History of Scientific Medicine in Paris, 1790-1850: A Reinterpretation" Conference, 21-23 February 1992, 1992.

Box Folder

Bibliography of French Clinical Medicine, circa 1992.

55 1

Budget.

55 2

Schedule and guidelines, 1992.

55 3

Speaker list and instructions.

55 4

Albury, W. R. "Corvisart and Broussais: Strategies for Medical Dominance", 1992.

55 5

Brockliss, Laurence W. B. "Before the Clinic: French Medical Teaching in the Eighteenth Century", 1992.

55 6

Duffin, Jacelyn. "Laennec and Broussais: the "Sympathetic" Duel, 1992.

55 7

Geison, Gerald - Correspondence, 1992.

55 8

Goldstein, Jan - Correspondence, 1992.

55 9

Harvey, Joy. "Faithful to its old traditions": Paris Clinical Medicine from the late 1840s to the Third Republic, 1992.

55 10

Jacyna, L.S. "Pious Pathology: J.-L. Albert's Iconography of Disease", 1992.

55 11

Keel, Othmar. "La Pathologie Anatomique et Tissulaire a-t-elle ete un Produit de L'Ecole Clinique de Paris ou non?", 1992.

55 12

La Berge, Ann. "Dichotomy or Integration? Medical Microscopy and the Paris Clinical Tradition", 1992.

55 13

Maulitz, Russell. "The Impact of the Revolution on Medical Institutions and Structures: a Promissory Note", 1992.

55 14

Rouse, Joseph - Correspondence, 1992.

55 15

Warner, John Harley. "Paradigm Lost or Paradise Declining? American Physicians and the 'Dead End' of the Paris Clinical School", 1992.

55 16

Internal Medicine Conference and Publication: "Grand Rounds: One Hundred Years of Internal Medicine", 1985-1988.

Box Folder

Publication, 1992.

56 1-10

Budget and grants, 1992.

56 11-35

Citations on clinical and internal medicine from 1865 to 1945, 9 August 1985.

56 36

Correspondence, 1985-1986.

56 37

"Fan Mail", 1986.

56 38

Final Report on conference, 7 April 1986.

56 39

Memos to participants, 1986.

56 40

Press coverage, 1986.

56 41

Research packet mailed to participants. Eva Artschwager, author.

56 42

Update of program and speaker list, September 1985.

56 43

Granshaw, Lindsay. "One Hundred Years of American Gastroenterology: A British Perspective", March 1986.

57 1

Howell, Joel D. "The Changing Face of Twentieth Century American Cardiology".

57 2

Kunitz, Steven J. "Classifications in Medicine", March 1986.

57 3

Rosenaw, Edward C. "The Role of the American College of Physicians in Internal Medicine", 1986.

57 4

Rhoads, Jonathan. Speech introducing Dr. Francis Wood at Conference dinner, 21 March 1986.

57 5

Correspondence and drafts from conference chairs, speakers, and commentators, 1984-1987.

57 6-28

"Conference on Health and Medicine in the Era of Lewis & Clark" 4-6 November 2004, 2003-2004.

Box Folder

Co-sponsorship agreement with National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Health and Human Services, 2004.

58 1

Flyers, Brochures, and informational packets, 2004.

58 2-4

Funding, 2003.

58 5

Planning, 2003-2004.

58 6

Speakers - correspondence, curricula vitae, topic proposals.

58 7

Dorian, Robert H. "Medical Theory and Treatment of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1804 - 1806", 2004.

58 8

"Looking Forward: Women in American Medicine, 1888-1988: An Exhibit at the College of Physicians of Philadelphia", March 1988.

Box Folder

Correspondence, 1988.

59 1

Exhibit layout, n/d.

59 2

"Fan mail", 1988.

59 3

Flyers, 1988.

59 4

Journal Reviews of "Women In Medicine" exhibit, 1988.

59 5

Morani, Alma Dea - correspondence, 1988.

59 6

Mutter Museum holdings list for "Women In Medicine" exhibit, undated.

59 7

New placards for "Women In Medicine" exhibit items, undated.

59 8

PGH photo list and description, undated.

59 9

Planning.

59 10

Thank you letters, 1988.

59 11

Workshop on women and medicine at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania - notes and articles., 1987.

59 12

1980s articles, circa 1980s.

59 13

Arnold, Robert. "Partners' Role in Medical Students' Selection of a Residency", undated.

59 14

Arnold, Robert. "Taking Care of Patients: Does It Matter When the Doctor Is a Woman?", circa 1987.

59 15

Atwater, Edward C. "Women, Surgeons, and a Worthy Enterprise: The General Hospital Comes to Upper New York State", undated.

59 16

Bartuska, Doris: Articles and press recognition, 1988.

59 17

Exxon Research and Engineering Speakers Bureau. "We were there, too -- Women in Science and Technology 17-20th Centuries.", 14 March 1986.

59 18

Hansen, Bert. "Gender Ideologies and American Physicians", October 1985.

59 19

Kilson, Marion. "Women Physicians in Modern Medicine", 1977.

59 20

Lang, Diana. Photo collection, undated.

59 21

Martin, Steven C. "Careers of Women Physicians: Choices and Constraints", circa 1987.

59 22

Martin, Steven C. "The Formation of the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, 1871-1874", n/d.

59 23

Morantz, Regina. "The Cultural Price of Social Exclusion: Gender and Medicine", undated.

59 24

Morantz, Regina. "Feminism, Professionalism, and Germs: The Thought of Mary Putnam Jacobi and Elizabeth Blackwell", undated.

59 25

Schlesinger-Rockefeller Oral History Project. "Interviews with Emily Hartshorne Mudd, PH.D. May 21, 1974 - August 3, 1974", undated.

59 26

Florence Sabin postcard, 24 January 1984.

59 27

Photos - various dates.

59 28-30

"'Say Ahh!': Examining America's Health" Project, 1995-1996.

Cross-institutional project

This project was a collaboration between the Strong Museum of Rochester, NY, The Health Museum of Cleveland, OH, and the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, PA.

Box Folder

Brochures and magazines from The Health Museum of Cleveland, OH and The Strong Museum of Rochester, NY, 1990s.

60 1

Correspondence and planning, 1993-1996.

60 2-5

Primary materials (articles) for Strong Museum exhibit.

60 6

Strong Museum exhibit publicity and grant materials.

61 1

Strong Museum exhibit script drafts and blueprints, 1995.

61 2

"Seeking Common Ground: Law, Medicine, and Patient Care in the 1990s", 1990-1991.

Box Folder

Medicolegal Relations: The Case for Medical Malpractice, presented by William J. Curran, 27 September 1991.

62 1

Planning materials, 1990-1991.

62 2-10

Publicity, 1991.

62 11-14

Readings related to law and medicine, various dates.

62 15-16

General correspondence, 1990-1991.

63 1-12

Baron, Richard, 1990-1991.

63 13

Bosk, Charles, 1990-1991.

63 14

Burg, Frederic, 1991.

63 15

Condon, Jerry, 1990-1991.

63 16

Diver, Colin, 1990.

63 17

Ginzberg, Eli, 1990-1991.

63 18

Greenwood, James, 1991.

63 19

1989-2003.

63 20

Kissick, William, 1991.

63 21

Lansdorf, Richard, 1990-1991.

63 22

Lear, Walter, 1990-1991.

63 23

McCabe, James, 1990-1991.

63 24

Mohr, James, 1990-1991.

63 25

Myers, Eugene, 1991.

63 26

Rothman, David, 1990-1991.

63 27

Tighe, Janet, 1990-1991.

63 28

Tomes, Nancy.

63 29

Budget, 1990-1991.

64 1-2

Funding requests, 1990-1991.

64 3-6

Philadelphia Humanities Council grant, 1990-1991.

64 7-13

"The Social History of Disease" Conference, 1987-1988.

Box Folder

Correspondence, 1987-1988.

65 1

Funding, 1987-1988.

65 2

Program, March 1988.

65 3

Participant: Bates, Barbara, 5 February 1988.

65 4

Participant: Brandt, Allan, 1987-1988.

65 5

Participant: Brumberg, Joan, 1987-1988.

65 6

Participant: Carmichael, Ann, 1987.

65 7

Participant: English, Peter, August 1987.

65 8

Participant: Eyler, John M. "Poverty, Disease, Responsibility: Arthur Newsholme and the Medical Dilemmas of British Liberalism", 1987-1988.

65 9

Participant: Farley, John. "Parasites and the Germ Theory of Disease", undated.

65 10

Participant: Fee, Elizabeth. "Henry E. Sigerist: From the Social Production of Disease to Medical Management and Scientific Socialism", 1987-1988.

65 11

Participant: Golden, Janet, 1987.

65 12

Participant: Hansen, Bert, 1987-1988.

65 13

Participant: Lunbeck, Elizabeth, 1987.

65 14

Participant: MacDonald, Michael. "Suicide and Mental Disorder in England: Laymen, Physicians and Cultural Change, 1500-1800", 1988.

65 15

Participant: Maulitz, Russell, 1988.

65 16

Participant: Peitzman, Stephen J., 1987.

65 17

Participant: Radbill, Samuel X. "Measles" manuscript, 1987.

65 18

Participant: Rather, L.J. "Virchow, Society and Disease", 1987-1988.

65 19

Participant: Rosenberg, Charles. "Disease in History: Frames and Framers", n/d.

65 20

Miscellaneous Events.

Box Folder

Conference Planning Procedures, 1982-1988.

66 1

Divine Tracy Hotel - information, 1994.

66 2

Housing Opportunities, undated.

66 3

Food Guide by Russell Maultiz and Janet Golden.

66 4

Local Restaurants, undated.

66 5

Black health conference proposal, 1988.

66 6

"Biomedicine and Cultures of Inequality": Application to Rockefeller Foundation Resident Fellowships in the Humanities and the Study of Culture Program, 2001-2002.

66 7

"From the Homefront to the Battlefront: College Fellows Recall World War II", 1995.

66 8

World War II Participant Questionnaire - Fellows' accounts World War II experiences, 1991.

66 9

Penicillin in World War II Project, 1990.

66 10

"Hospitals and Communities": Book and Conference, 1984-1988.

66 11

"Picturing the Hospital: Photographs in the History of an Institution" by Rima D. Apple for "Hospitals & Communities: A contemporary Institution in Historical Perspective", n/d.

66 12

Baltimore City Health Department 200th Anniversary Celebration, 1992.

67 1

"Broadening the Boundaries of Debate: Alcohol and Drug Use In American Society, Patients, Policies, and Politics, 1860-1997" A Conference, May 1997.

67 2

Cain Conference 2003 - Risk and Safety in Medical Innovation, 2003.

67 3

"A Gathering of Voices" - Faculty Development Workshop with John Stone, MD, 24 October 2005.

67 4

Henry LaBarre Jayne Lecture by Baruch S. Blumberg, M.D. - "Reflections on the Future of Medical Science", 1995-1996.

67 5

Historiography Workshop - "Research and Writing Medical History", 2003.

67 6

History of Medicine Day presented by The College of Physicians of Philadelphia Section on Medical History, 2005.

67 7

Jean Carr Memorial Lunch, 1 February 1984.

67 8

Museum exhibit for "The 4th Annual Pennsylvania Conference on Schizophrenia", 1989.

67 9

Pamphlets from various conferences.

67 10

"Paracelsus After 500 Years" - lecture by Allen G. DeBus, 1993.

67 11

"Philadelphia Seen: Two Centuries of Ophthalmology" and "As Far as the Eye Can See: Opthalmology in the Historical Collections of the Library" (exhibits), 1988.

67 12

Photography Sesquicentennial, 19 September 1988.

67 13

Section on Medical History Lecture Announcements, 2002-2005.

67 14

Quackery Symposium correspondence, 10 March 2005.

67 15

Bicentennial Annals - schedule of events, 1986-1987.

68 1

Oral History Project.

68 2-6

Oral History Project - Elizabeth Moyer.

68 7

Oral History - Katharine Sturgis, 30 August 1977.

68 8

Benjamin Rush Grave Restoration, 1985.

68 9

The Thomas Dent Mütter Lectureship, undated.

68 10

Miscellaneous planning notes and correspondence for seminars and exhibits, 1987-2003.

68 11-12

6.  Transactions and Studies, 1970-2004.

Scope and Contents note

The series Transactions and Studies documents this publication from 1972 to 2004. This series is organized chronologically. Materials include memorandum, printing information, financial and budget information, correspondence, rights and permissions, task force records, and advertisements. This series also contains manuscripts submitted for the publication. It is unknown if the manuscripts included in this collection were accepted or rejected, but the topics covered are fascinating. Some examples include: "The Final Diagnosis of President Cleveland's Lesion," "Hospitalizing the Poor: The Philadelphia Almshouse and Hospital," "Thomas Cadwalader, MD and the Practice of Medicine in Colonial America," and "If you can't be sick, don't kick: The Spanish Influenza Epidemic at Bryn Mawr College." The manuscripts in this collection are arranged alphabetically by the author's name.

1972-1987.

Box Folder

Address book, circa 1972-1987.

69 1

Photocopies of Transactions and Studies issues, 1972-1978.

69 2

Memorandum, 1984.

69 3

General printing press information, 1986.

69 4

Chronological history of Transactions & Studies, 1987.

69 5

Consultant - Russell C. Maulitz, 1987.

69 6

Editor job description, 1987.

69 7

Koop, C. Everett. Surgeon General of the United States, 1987.

69 8

Secretary, 1987.

69 9

Transactions & Studies Task Force, 1987.

69 10

1988.

Box Folder

Budget, 1988.

69 11

"Censors' Report" forms, 1988.

69 12

Completed "Warranty of Originality" forms, 1988.

69 13

Copy editor, 1988.

69 14

Correspondence, 1988.

69 15

Correspondence with presses, 1988.

69 16

Examples of printing specifications, 1988.

69 17

Fundraising, 1988.

69 18

Gloeckner, Fred and Louise - Memoir and correspondence, 1988.

69 19

Horrocks, Thomas - Correspondence, 1988.

69 20

Institutions list for Transactions & Studies, 1988.

69 21

Invoices, fulfillment, claim notices, 1988.

69 22

Letters to authors, 1988.

70 1

"Lighter Side" file, 1988.

70 2

Maultiz, Russell - Editor, 1988.

70 3

Meeting, June 1988.

70 4

Memoir solicitations, 1988.

70 5

Miscellaneous, 1988.

70 6

Port City Press, 1988.

70 7

Rights and permissions, 1988.

70 8

Rutgers University Press, 1988.

70 9-11

Sample designs, 1988.

70 12

The Sheridan Press, 1988.

70 13

Subscriptions, 1988.

70 14-17

Transactions & Studies Task Force, January 1988.

70 18

Tracy, Sarah - Correspondence and memos, January 1988.

70 19

Wolf, Stewart - Memorandum, 26 May 1988.

70 20

Sources for articles, undated.

70 21

1989.

Box Folder

American Association for the History of Medicine Book Exhibit, 19 December 1989.

71 1

Copyright services, 1989.

71 2

Correspondence, 1989.

71 3

General planning, 1989.

71 4

Mailing list for lunch seminars, 1989.

71 5

The Sheridan Press, 1989.

71 6

Similar journals (photocopies), 1989.

71 7

Staff Editorial Board, 1989.

71 8

Subscriptions, 1989.

71 9-11

Notes and correspondence (includes negatives), 1989.

71 12

1990.

Box Folder

Advertising, 1990.

71 13

Brochures, 1990.

71 14

Correspondence, 1990.

71 15

Invoices, 1990.

71 16

ISBN numbers of College of Physicians publications, 1990.

71 17

Journal exchange changes, 1990.

71 18

Legal fees, 1990.

71 19

Marketing, 1990.

71 20

Progress logs, 1990.

71 21

Publishing agreements, 1990.

71 22

Report on goals and objectives of Transactions & Studies, 1990.

71 23

Subscriptions, 1990.

71

72

24

1

United Hospital Fund correspondence, 1990.

72 2

Warning notices for overdue articles, 1990.

72 3

Warranty of Originality, 1990.

72 4

Correspondence about book reviews, 1990-1992.

72 5

1991.

Box Folder

Correspondence, 1991.

72 6

Invoices, 1991.

72 7

Publishing agreements, 1991.

72 8

Style manual and printing codes, 1991.

72 9

Subscriptions, 1991.

72 10-11

Solicitations for book reviews, 1991-1992.

72 12

1992.

Box Folder

Correspondence, 1992.

72 13

Database change forms, n/d.

72 14

Obituary policy, 1992.

72 15

Reorganization, 1990-1992.

73 16

Refunds, 1992.

72 17

Refunds (continued), 1992.

73 1

Subscriptions, 1992.

73 2-3

Winchell Press, 1988-1992.

73 4

Reviews for Transactions & Studies - various authors, 1992.

73 5-14

1993.

Box Folder

Correspondence, 1993.

73 15

Journal exchange list, 1993.

73 16

Subscriptions, 1993.

73 17

Copyright and permissions forms, 1993-1994.

73 18

1994.

Box Folder

Copyright issue, 1994.

73 19

Journal exchange list, 1994.

73 20

Photographs used in Transactions and Studies - includes list, copies, and negatives, 1994.

73 21

Publication agreements, 1994.

73 22

Subscriptions, 1994.

73 23-24

Winchell Press, 1994.

73 25

1994-1995.

Box Folder

Volume 16 - Correspondence, 1994-1995.

74 1

Volume 16 - Claims, 1994-1995.

74 2

Volume 16 - Subscriptions, 1994-1995.

74 3

Volume 17 - Annual Report of the President (draft), June 1995.

74 4

Volume 17 - Correspondence, 1995.

74 5

Volume 17 - Subscriptions, 1995.

74 6

Various dated materials, 1985-2000.

Box Folder

Copyright certificates, 1985-1994.

74 7

Miscellaneous, 1987-1995.

74 8

Claims, 1990-1995.

74 9

Reprinting permissions, 1990-1995.

74 10

Claims, 1996.

74 11

Copyright clearance, 1996.

74 12

Editing of Transactions & Studies - Correspondence and memos, 1997-1998.

74 13

Copyright issue, 1998.

74 14

Franklin, Deborah - Correspondence, 1997-2000.

74 15

2002.

Box Folder

Administration, 2002.

75 1

Series V, Volume XXIV, December 2002 - Lawrence D. Longo manuscript, 2002.

75 2

Series V, Volume XXIV, December 2002 - Manuscripts and correspondence, 2002.

75 3

Series V, Volume XXIV, December 2002 - Manuscript, 2002.

75 4

Series V, Volume XXIV, December 2002 - Printed copy, 2002.

75 5

2003-2004.

Box Folder

Manuscripts, 2003.

76 1-4

Executive Summary, 2004.

76 5
Manuscripts.
Box Folder

Requests for manuscripts, 1983-1989.

77 1-2

Axelrod, Jean, 1991.

77 3

Bienen, Leigh, 1988.

77 4

Bradley, Robert H.

77 5

Brooks, J. J., Enterline, H. T., Aponte, G. E. "The Final Diagnosis of President Cleveland's Lesion.", March 1980.

77 6

Brunton, Deborah, 1988.

77 7

Calhoun, John.

77 8

Canale, Dee J., 1992.

77 9

Eckert, Jack, 1993.

77 10
Farr, Gail.
Gail Farr and Tadashi Takeuchi visit

File contains a manuscript of Chapter 2 from Farr's dissertation, "Hospitalizing the Poor: The Philadelphia Almshouse and Hospital. Also contains a copy of "Philadelphia General Hospital: Its Birth and End" by Tadashi Takeuchi. The latter contains a photograph of a curator from The College of Physicians of Philadelphia, who is showing a photograph of William Osler performing an autopsy, taken during Takeuchi's visit to the College in 1983.

77 11
Frayer, William.
Francis Heed Adler obituary

File contains copy of the obituary for Francis Heed Adler written by Frayer for Archives of Ophthalmology.

77 12

Freeman, Joseph T. "Dr. Alfred Worcester: Early Exponent of Modern Geriatrics." Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, April 1988.

77 13

Fulton, June, 1993.

77 14

Good, Wendy Van Wycke, 1993.

77 15

Henderson, Alfred R., 1989.

77 16

Hiatt, Howard H., 1987.

77 17

Horrocks, Thomas A. "A Selection of Treasures from the Historical Collections of the Library of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia.", 1987.

77 18

Jones, Robert E., 1982-1983.

77 19

Judge, Sheila, 1988-1989.

77 20

Keblish, David, 1988-1989.

77 21

Keeney, Arthur, 1986-1987.

77 22

King, Charles, 1989-1990.

77 23

Kleinman, Stuart B., 1987-1989.

77 24

Koop, C. Everett., 1993.

77 25

Stool, S.E., Kemper, B.I., & Kemper, M.J. "The Adam Politzer and Joseph Hyrtl Otological Collections at the Mütter Museum.", October 1972.

77 26

Kate Hurd Mead Lecture - Bleier, Ruth. "Science and Medicine in the Social Construction of Woman: From Aristotle to the Corpus Callosum", 1987.

78 1

Maulitz, Russell C. "Metropolitan Medicine and the Man-Midwife: The Early Life and Letters of Charles Locock." Medical History, 1982.

78 2

Meier, Louis, 1990.

78 3

Morman, Ed.

78 4

Mudd, Emily. "Does Anyone Still Want to Hear about Dr. Alfred Kinsey?", 5 May 1991.

78 5

Mulder, Willem J., 1990.

78 6

O'Donnell, John M., 1991.

78 7

Olfson, Mark, 1987-1989.

78 8

Parascandola, John, 1988.

78 9
Parish, Lawrence C., 1990.
Photographs

Contains photographs and correspondence relating to a manuscript entitled "Wax Models in Dermatology."

78 10

Parssinen, Terry M. & Kerner, Karen. "Development of the Disease Model of Drug Addiction in Britain, 1870-1926", 1988.

78 11

Peitzman, Stephen J. "Nephrology in America from Thomas Addis to the Artificial Kidney" Offprint from Grand Rounds: One Hundred Years of Internal Medicine. And "Nephrology in the United States from Osler to the Artificial Kidney" Reprinted from Annals of internal Medicine, 1986.

78 12

del Regato, Juan A. "1900 Yellow Fever Mission to Brazil of the University of Liverpool", circa 1989.

78 13

Reilly, B.K. "Foreign Body Injury in Children in the late 20th Century: A Modern Comparison to the Jackson Collection", circa 2002.

78 14

Roberts, Brooke. "Memoir of Hugh Montgomery, 1904-1992", 1993.

78 15

Rogers, Fred B. "Penetralia Mentis: Secret Recesses of the Mind", 1992.

78 16

Rubin, Jody. "The Medical Case for Virginity in the Early Second Century", 1989.

78 17

Schnabel, Truman. Paper delivered to the American Philosophical Society, 1989.

78 18

Scott, McNair. "Historical Aspects on Herpes Simplex Infection, 1984.

78 19

Scott, Howard. "Harvard American Red Cross Unit", 1988.

78 20

Shapiro, Arthur. "Placebo Effects in Medicine, Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis", undated.

78 21

Shiels, Ross A. Correspondence, 1989.

78 22

Shultz, Suzanne. "Thomas Cadwalader, M.D. and the Practice of Medicine in Colonial America", 1990.

78 23

Steel, Howard H. "Obituary of Dr. John R. Moore", 1988.

78 24

Stenager, Egon. "Multiple Sclerosis: the Origin of the Nosological Entity", 1989.

78 25

Stolley, Paul. "To Expel Evil with Evil: Julius Wagner-Jauregg and the Development of Malariotherapy for Neurosyphillis", 1991.

78 26

Stool, Sylvan. "The Adam Politzer and Joseph Hyrtl Otologic Collections at the Mutter Museum", 1972.

78

Taylor, Theresa. "If You Can't Be Sick, Don't Kick: the Spanish Influenza Epidemic at Bryn Mawr College, 1918", 1990.

78 28

Wagner, Frederick. "Abstracts of Lady Grace Revere Osler: Relationships, Legacy and Professorship at Jefferson Medical College", 1988.

78 29

Worden, Gretchen. "A Most Extraordinary Case: Theodore Scrivener the Man-Boy", 1993.

78 30

Yamazaki, Shigeaki. "Academic Origin of the First Professors in American Medical Schools before the Civil War", 1989.

78 31

Zysk, Kenneth G. "The Evolution of Anatomical Knowledge in Ancient India, with Special Reference to Cross Cultural Influence", 1988.

78 32