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E. B. Krumbhaar papers

MSS .2/0344

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Summary Information

Repository:
College of Physicians Historical Medical Library
Creator:
Krumbhaar, E. B., (Edward Bell), 1882-1966
Title:
E. B. Krumbhaar papers
Date [bulk]:
1899-1992
Date [inclusive]:
1825-1992
Call Number:
MSS .2/0344
Extent:
24 Linear feet (57 containers, 4 volumes)
Language:
English
Abstract:
Edward Bell Krumbhaar (1882-1966) was a distinguished pathologist and cardiac physician, 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), Krumbhaar also served as president of the College and of the AAHM. The E.B. Krumbhaar papers covers Krumbhaar’s accomplishments and contributions to pathology and cardiac physiology from the early to mid-twentieth century. This collection contains Krumbhaar’s research files, administrative records related to organizations and institutions in which he was involved, correspondence, and medical writings. Particular strengths include documentation of Krumbhaar’s research on pathology, the founding of the American Association for the History of Medicine in 1930 and 1931, his service as President of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia from 1939 to 1942, his professorship of Pathology at the University of Pennsylvania from 1927 to 1942, and his translation of Arturo Castiglioni’s History of Medicine in 1941.
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[Description and date of item], [Box/folder number], MSS 2/0344, E.B. Krumbhaar papers, 1825-1992 (bulk, 1889-1992), College of Physicians of Philadelphia Historical Medical Library.
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Biography/History

Edward Bell Krumbhaar (1882-1966) was a distinguished pathologist and cardiac physician, 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), Krumbhaar also served as president of the College and of the AAHM.

Krumbhaar was born on August 1, 1882 in Philadelphia. He graduated from the Groton School in Massachusetts; from Harvard University in 1904; and the School of Medicine of the University of Pennsylvania, earning his MD in 1908 and his PhD in 1916. Immediately after obtaining his medical degree, Krumbhaar served as the resident pathologist at the Pennsylvania Hospital where he learned from Winfield T. Longscope, the Director of the Ayer Clinical Laboratory at Pennsylvania Hospital. It was because of Longscope that Krumbhaar began studying “the physiology and pathology of the heart, for which Krumbhaar became famous” (Long, page 121).

When the United States entered World War I, Krumbhaar served in the American Expeditionary Forces in France as a medical officer conducting autopsies on victims of mustard gas. His wife, Helen Dixon Krumbhaar, also served in World War I, and together they wrote Blood and Bone Marrow in Mustard Gas Poisoning.

From 1920 to 1927, he served as Director of Laboratories at the Philadelphia General Hospital. In 1927, Krumbhaar became a professor of pathology at the University of Pennsylvania and served in that capacity for twenty years, when he retired as emeritus professor. Krumbhaar was a member of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia for 42 years, founded the Section on Medical History of the College of Physicians, and served as its president from 1940 to 1943. He also served as editor of the American Journal of Medical Sciences. He founded the American Association for the History of Medicine and served as its president.

Krumbhaar’s “talent as a pathologist, editor and medical historian was equaled by his skill as an administrator [and he] published voluminously in the field of medical history,” (Long, page 123). Throughout his career he published English translations of works originally in French, German and Italian. He edited Clio’s Short History of Medicine. Beside his own work, he is best remembered by historians for his revised translation of Arturo Castiglioni’s  History of Medicine (1941).

Krumbhaar died on March 6, 1966 at the age of eighty-four years. He was survived by his wife Helen and their two sons, Peter and David.

Bibliography:

Long, Esmund R., MD. “Memoir of Edward Bell Krumbhaar, 1882-1996,” College of Physicians.

Scope and Contents

The E.B. Krumbhaar papers covers Krumbhaar’s accomplishments and contributions to pathology and cardiac physiology from the early to mid-twentieth century. This collection contains Krumbhaar’s research files, administrative records related to organizations and institutions in which he was involved, correspondence, and medical writings. While the collection contains some personal material, the real strength of the collection is found in the professional records of Krumbhaar’s distinguished medical career. Particular strengths include documentation of Krumbhaar’s research on pathology, the founding of the American Association for the History of Medicine in 1930 and 1931, his service as President of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia from 1939 to 1942, his professorship of Pathology at the University of Pennsylvania from 1927 to 1942, and his translation of Arturo Castiglioni’s History of Medicine in 1941. There are ten subseries in the collection: “Biographical Material,” “American Association for the History of Medicine,” “Conferences (Pennsylvania General Hospital) ,” “Correspondence,” “Medical Institutions,” “Publications,” “Research files and notes,” “United States Army Medical Corps,” “University of Pennsylvania,” and “Writings by E.B. Krumbhaar.”

The “Biographical Material” series, dating from 1899 to the 1960s, contains material related to Krumbhaar’s early life, his career accomplishments, and his military service. Material on Krumbhaar’s early life includes correspondence dating from 1899 to 1916 and notes written by Krumbhaar about his childhood pets. Of note in this series are two biographies of Krumbhaar, one written by Samuel X Radbill in 1957 and the other written by Esmond R. Long. There are also several photographs of Krumbhaar during his service as a surgeon in World War I, and a hand-drawn map (creator unknown) for a World War I Offensive in 1916.

Krumbhaar was a founding member of the American Association for the History of Medicine and his records related to this organization date from 1930 to 1961. The “American Association for the History of Medicine” series includes administrative records as well as correspondence, some of which discusses articles Krumbhaar submitted to the organization’s publication, the Bulletin of the History of Medicine.

The “Conferences” series contains the records of Krumbhaar’s participation in medical conferences on behalf of the Pennsylvania General Hospital (PGH) from 1921 to 1928. Krumbhaar was involved with both the Pathology and Radiology departments at PGH, and attended conferences on these subjects.

The “Correspondence” series contains Krumbhaar's incoming and outgoing correspondence related to his medical career and his professional associations from 1900 to 1969. The subseries “From Edward Bell Krumbhaar” includes letters sent to colleagues and medical journals from 1915 to 1941. The subseries “ American Journal of Medical Science” contains letters sent to and received by Krumbhaar regarding works he submitted, payments, and requests for reviews from 1924 to 1942. The “Autograph Collection” subseries includes letters collected by Krumbhaar of renowned medical professionals from 1825 to 1969. The “  Clio Medica” subseries contains letters sent by this publication regarding works submitted by Krumbhaar, and royalties received for this work from 1929 to 1943. There are also three subseries related to Krumbhaar’s work with the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, mostly of an administrative nature from 1922 to 1953, including his tenure as Vice President and President of this institution from 1939 to 1942. This series also includes Krumbhaar’s general correspondence over the course of his medical career from 1921 to 1959. Researchers should note that correspondence was kept in the order it was organized by either Krumbhaar or an archivist. As a result, it overlaps significantly in date and content throughout the subseries.

The “Medical Institutions” series contains documentation of Krumbhaar’s affiliations with medical institutions outside of the University of Pennsylvania Hospital. Included in this series are administrative records of his work with Chestnut Hill Hospital from 1937 to 1938 and College of Physicians of Philadelphia (undated). There are also files on Krumbhaar’s autopsy and ulcer research at Pennsylvania General Hospital from 1920 to 1937.

The “Publications” series contains editions of several publications that were consulted by Krumbhaar in his research, as well as some in which his works were published. The “Printed materials and other publications” file contains several medical publications, some of which include Krumbhaar writings from 1946 to 1954. The “ Journal des Sociétiés Scientifiques” files contain several runs of this publication from 1886 to 1890 that were collected by Krumbhaar.

Many of Krumbhaar’s notes regarding medical subjects in which he was involved throughout his career are contained within the “Research files and notes” series. Highlights of this series include notes on Arturo Castiglioni’s History of Medicine which Krumbhaar translated into English, several Pathology drawings by Krumbhaar, notes on the effects of Mustard Gas exposure during World War I, and several files on the medical effects of Radium. This series dates from 1905 to the 1950s.

The “United States Army Medical Corps” series contains records on Krumbhaar’s involvement with this organization from 1914 to 1939. Included in these records is Krumbhaar’s correspondence with Medical Corps administrators in 1914, 1936, and 1939, as well as a manual issued by the Medical Corps in 1931.

Krumbhaar’s association with the University of Pennsylvania, as a medical student graduating in 1916, and as professor of Pathology from 1927 to 1942 is documented in the “University of Pennsylvania” series. Included in the series are several subseries related to his administrative duties as an academic, including “Accounts,” “Budgets of Pathology Department,” “Correspondence,” “Minutes,” “Periodicals,” “Reports,” and “Subject and Administrative records.” Also included in this series are “Autopsy Reports” and “Lecture notes” which reflect Krumbhaar’s research in pathology during this period.

“Writings by E.B. Krumbhaar” includes the notes and manuscripts of E.B. Krumbhaar from 1902 to 1962. Krumbhaar wrote extensively, and covered both contemporary and historical medical subjects. Several notes and manuscripts for books that were eventually published can be found in this series, including The Spleen and Anaemia: Experimental and Clinical Studies,  Isaac Cruikshank: A cataloguraisonne, with a sketch of his life and work,  Pathology, and his translation of Arturo Castiglioni's  History of Medicine.

Krumbhaar’s efforts to preserve the history of medicine are well documented in this collection and researchers interested in the history of medicine, generally, and more specifically in the history of pathology will find this collection to be extremely valuable. Further, there is extensive material regarding the history and operation of several Philadelphia medical institutions, such as the University of Pennsylvania, the Pennsylvania Hospital, and “Old Blockley.” Krumbhaar was interested in physicians who made significant contributions to the field of medicine and wrote biographical sketches, obituaries and memorials which are contained within this collection. Finally, he appears to have been particularly interested in several organs (the heart and the spleen), medical conditions (extra-uterine pregnancies), and procedures (autopsies) and his notes and writings on them are included throughout his papers. Krumbhaar’s autopsy reports on and writings regarding mustard gas victims during World War I may be of great interest to both medical historians as well as researchers interested in military history.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

College of Physicians Historical Medical Library

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Leslie O'Neill and Forrest Wright

Sponsor

The processing of this collection was made possible through generous funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, administered through the Council on Library and Information Resources’ “Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives” Project. This collection was minimally processed to the folder level.

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research use.

Use Restrictions

Copyright restrictions may apply. Please contact the College of Physicians of Philadelphia Historical Medical Library with requests for copying and for authorization to publish, quote or reproduce the material.

Processing Information note

The processing of this collection was made possible through generous funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, administered through the Council on Library and Information Resources’ “Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives” Project.

This collection was minimally processed in 2009-2011, as part of an experimental project conducted under the auspices of the Philadelphia Area Consortium of Special Collections Libraries to help eliminate processing backlog in Philadelphia repositories. A minimally processed collection is one processed at a less intensive rate than traditionally thought necessary to make a collection ready for use by researchers. When citing sources from this collection, researchers are advised to defer to folder titles provided in the finding aid rather than those provided on the physical folder.

Employing processing strategies outlined in Mark Greene's and Dennis Meissner's 2005 article, More Product, Less Process: Revamping Traditional Processing Approaches to Deal With Late 20th-Century Collections, the project team tested the limits of minimal processing on collections of all types and ages, in 23 Philadelphia area repositories. A primary goal of the project, the team processed at an average rate of 2-3 hours per linear foot of records, a fraction of the time ordinarily reserved for the arrangement and description of collections. Among other time saving strategies, the project team did not extensively review the content of the collections, replace acidic folders or complete any preservation work.

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Related Materials

Related Archival Materials note

American Philosophical Society: Peyton Rous Papers, ca. 1917-1970, Mss.B.R77

Historical Society of Pennsylvania: Krumbhaar family papers, 1732-1951

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • American Association for the History of Medicine.
  • College of Physicians of Philadelphia.
  • Pennsylvania Hospital (Philadelphia, Pa).
  • Philadelphia General Hospital.
  • University of Pennsylvania. Dept. of Medicine.
  • University of Pennsylvania.
Form/Genre(s)
  • Articles
  • Biographies
  • Correspondence
  • Lecture notes
  • Lectures
  • Manuscripts
  • Photographs
  • Reports
  • Reprints
  • Research notes
Geographic Name(s)
  • Philadelphia (Pa.)
Personal Name(s)
  • Krumbhaar, E. B., (Edward Bell), 1882-1966
Subject(s)
  • Medicine--History
  • Mustard gas
  • Pathology
  • Physicians
  • Radium
  • World War I

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Collection Inventory

Series I.  Biographical material, 1899-1960s.

Box Folder

Biography written by Samuel X Radbill; Biography written by Esmond R. Long, 1957.

1 1

Biography written for National Cyclopedia of American Biography, 1935 .

1 2

Career Achievements, 1912-1957.

1 3

Early personal correspondence, 1899-1912.

1 4

Harvard University Fifty Year Reunion, 1955.

1 5

Memorabilia, 1903-1914.

1 6

Notes on family pets, undated.

1 7

Pennsylvania Hospital collected material, 1960s.

1 8

Photographs: early, World War I, career, undated.

1 9

World War I and World War II records: Map of World War I offensive (1916); Letter from American General Hines (1920); and World War II newspaper clipping "Pennsylvania Nurses like New Caledonia" (1942), 1916, 1920, 1942.

1 10

Series II.  American Association for the History of Medicine (AAHM), 1930-1955.

Box Folder

General correspondence, 1930-1941.

1 11

Correspondence from Edward Bell Krumbhaar and AAHM, 1939-1955.

1 12

Administrative records, 1940-1961.

1 13

Administrative records, 1943-1951.

1 14

Series III.  Conferences (Pennsylvania General Hospital), 1922-1928.

Box Folder

Clinical Pathology Conferences, 1922-1926.

2 1-2

Clinical Pathology Conferences, 1926-1928.

2 3

Radiology Department Conferences, 1921-1927.

2 4-5

Series IV.  Correspondence, 1825-1969 (Bulk, 1900-1969) .

From Edward Bell Krumbhaar, 1915-1941.

Box Folder

1915-1961.

3 1

1930-1931.

3 2

1930-1932.

3 3

1934-1936.

3 4

1935-1936.

3 5

1936.

3 6-7

1937.

3 8

1937-1941.

3 9

1938.

3 10

1939.

3 11

1939-1941.

3 12

undated.

3 13

American Journal of Medical Science, 1924-1942.

Box Folder

From Edward Bell Krumbhaar and staff, 1936-1949.

4 1

A-W, alphabetical by last name, 1924-1947.

4 2

A-Z, 1928-1929.

4

5

3-6

1-6

1930-1941.

5 7

Accounts, bills, and receipts, 1935-1938.

6 1

A-Z, 1935-1936.

6

7

2-5

1-5

Lea and Febiger Publishers, 1935-1936.

7 6

Postcards, 1937.

8 1

Receipts, 1938-1939.

8 2

A-Z, 1941-1942.

8

9

10

1-2

3-10

1-7

Lea and Febiger, 1941-1942.

10 3

Royalties, 1941-1942.

10 4

Walter Slack, 1941-1942.

10 5

Miscellaneous, undated.

10 6-7

Autograph Collection, 1825-1969.

Box Folder

1825-1924.

11 1

1900-1969.

11 2

1915-1942.

11 3

Clio Medica, 1929-1943.

Box Folder

From Edward Bell Krumbhaar, 1929-1939.

12 1

A-Z, alphabetical by last name, 1929-1943.

12 2-9

Paul Hoeber, 1929-1943.

13 1-4

1930-1941.

13 5

Royalties, 1936-1940.

13 6

Notes and drafts for Clio Medica, undated.

13 7-8

College of Physicians of Philadelphia Council, 1933-1943.

Box Folder

1933-1934, 1942.

14 1

1937-1940.

14 2

1941.

14 3

1942.

14 4

1943.

14 5

College of Physicians of Philadelphia Library Committee, 1922-1953.

Box Folder

1922-1930.

15 1

1931.

15 2

1932.

15 3

1933.

15 4

1934.

15 5

1936-1941, 1944, 1951.

15 6

1939.

15 7

1950-1953.

15 8

undated.

15 9

College of Physicians of Philadelphia as President and Vice-President, 1939-1942.

Box Folder

Vice-President, 1939.

16 1-2

President, 1940-1942.

16 3-7

Form Letters and Circulars, 1920s-1950.

Box Folder

1920s-1940s.

17 1

1930s.

17 2-5

1931.

17 6

1935.

17 7

1937.

17 8

1938.

18 1

1939.

18 2-3

1941.

18 4

1950.

18 5

undated.

18 6

General correspondence from Edward Bell Krumbhaar, 1921-1959.

Box Folder

Alvarenga Prize Committee, 1921, 1939-1942.

19 1-2

1922-1933.

19 3

1926, 1932-1941.

19 4

1926-1941.

19 5

1931.

19 6-7

1932-1936.

19 8

1932-1958.

19 9-10

1933-1937.

19 11

1933-1938.

19 12

1933-1943.

19 13-14

1934-1936.

19 15

1934-1942.

19 16

1936.

19 17-18

1936-1937.

19 19

1936-1938.

19 20-21

1938.

19 22

1939.

19 23-24

1939-1941.

19 25

1939-1942.

19 26

1940-1942.

19 27-28

1941-1942.

19 29

1942, 1955-1959.

19 30-31

General correspondence, 1900-1962.

Box Folder

1900-1941.

20 1

1907-1908.

20 2-7

1911-1924.

20 8-92

1925-1941.

21 1-68

1931-1935.

22 1-47

1935-1936.

23 1-20

1936-1941.

24 1-35

1939-1941.

25 1-37

1942-1962.

26 1-80

Miscellaneous, undated.

26 81-83

Helen Krumbhaar, 1935-1941.

Box Folder

Sent to Helen Krumbhaar, 1935-1941.

27 1

Pennsylvania General Hospital, 1919-1938.

Box Folder

1919-1944.

27 2

1920-1933.

27 3

1921-1925.

27 4

1924-1926.

27 5

1925-1927.

27 6

1925, 1929-1932.

27 7

1926.

27 8-9

1928-1932.

27 10

1920s.

27 11

1931-1941.

27 12

1933-1938.

27 13-14

Red Cross, 1917.

Box Folder

Notes and letters, 1917.

28 1

Series V.  Medical Institutions, 1927-1938, undated.

Box Folder

Chestnut Hill Hospital minutes and correspondence, 1937-1938.

29 1-2

College of Physicians of Philadelphia administrative records, undated.

29 3

Pennsylvania General Hospital Autopsy Assignments, 1927-1928, 1931-1932.

29 4

Pennsylvania General Hospital, "Survey of Gastro-Duodenal Ulcers in Philadelphia General Hospital, 1920-1937", circa 1937.

29 5

Series VI.  Publications, 1886-1890, 1945-1956.

Box Folder

Printed materials and other publications, 1946-1954.

29 6

Journal des Sociétiés Scientifiques, 1886, 1889, 1890.

29

30

1-2

7-10

Library Chronicle (publication layout and notes), 1956.

30 3

Science, 1945 January 26, 1946 April 5.

30 4-5

Series VII.  Research files and notes, 1905-1953, undated.

Box Folder

Blood cells (sketches), undated.

30 6

Cancer: Glover Serum, 1924.

30 7

Cancer: Periodical clippings, writings by others and notes on unconventional cases, 1923-1926.

30 8

"The Care of the Wounded," notes and bibliography, 1952-1953.

30 9

Castigilioni's History of Medicine notes and images for translation, 1947, 1950s.

30 10

Castigilioni's History of Medicine notes and images for translation, 1947, 1950s.

31 1

Comparative history of the spleen, 1920s.

31 2

Dreyer's Agglutination method, undated.

31 3

Fish blood studies, 1928-1930s.

31 4

General Pathology drawings, 1905-1906.

31 5

Histopathology drawings, 1905-1906.

31 6-7

Lectures by medical faculty at University of Vienna, 1906.

31 8

Mustard Gas: "Changed Produced in the Bone Marrow of Fatal Gases", 1919.

31 9

"Mustard Gas: Gassed autopsies at 16 General Hospital," B. E. F. France, 1917 May-1919 February.

31 10

North American medical superstitions, undated.

31 11

Physiology experiments at University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1906.

32 1

Polygraph records, 1914-1916.

32 2

Radium: Correspondence and notes, 1928-1931.

32 3-4

Radium: Experiments, 1921-1925.

32 5

Radium: Grace Fryer et. al. versus United States Radium Corporation lawsuit, 1927 November 14.

32 6

Radium: In the pituitary gland, undated.

32 7

Radium: United States Radium Corporation lawsuits and Radium poisoning cases (includes correspondence), 1928-1930.

33 1

Radium: Writings by others, 1920-1928.

33 2

Toad cultures, undated.

33 3

Notebook from trip to Holland and Philadelphia, 1917-1927.

33 4

Notebook from trip to England and Holland, 1927.

33 5

Miscellaneous, undated.

33 6-7

Series VIII.  United States Army Medical Corps, 1914-1939.

Box Folder

Correspondence, 1914.

33 8

Administrative records, 1923-1929.

33 9

Manual, 1931.

33 10

Correspondence, 1936.

33 11

Correspondence, 1939.

33 12

Series IX.  University of Pennsylvania, 1910-1956, undated.

Subseries a. Accounts, 1921-1941, undated.

Box Folder

Girard Trust Company, 1921.

34 1

1928.

34 2

Animal Bills-Pathology Department, 1929.

34 3

1930.

34 4

1931.

34 5

1932.

34 6

1934.

34 7

1935.

34 8

1936.

34 9

1937.

34 10

1938.

34 11

1939.

34 12

1940.

34 13

1941.

34 14

undated.

34 15

Subseries b. Autopsy reports, 1927-1928, undated.

Box Folder

1927-1928, 1931, 1936.

34 16

1928-1932.

34 17

1928-1932, 1936-1937.

34 18

1929-1933.

34 19

1930-1931.

34 20

1936.

34 21

1936-1938.

34 22

1938.

34 23

undated.

34 24-25

Subseries c. Budgets of Pathology Department, 1927-1933.

Box Folder

1927-1929.

34 26

1927-1931.

34 27

1928-1929.

34 28

1928-1930.

34 29

1929.

34 30

1930.

34 31

1930-1931.

34 32

1931.

34 33

1932.

34 34

1932-1933.

34 35

Subseries d. Correspondence, 1910-1956, undated.

Box Folder

Sent From Eric Bell Krumbhaar, 1929-1941.

35 1

Sent From Eric Bell Krumbhaar, 1929-1942.

35 2

Sent From Eric Bell Krumbhaar, 1930-1946.

35 3

Form letters and circulars, 1920s-1930s.

35 4

Form letters and circulars, 1920-1931.

35 5

Form letters and circulars, 1920-1941.

35 6-7

Form letters and circulars, 1926-1954.

36 1-2

Form letters and circulars, 1929-1938.

36 3

Form letters and circulars, 1930-1931.

36 4

Form letters and circulars, undated.

36 5

Reprint requests, 1930s.

36 6

1910 July.

37 1

1913 November.

37 2

1914 April-1916 May.

37 3-13

1916 May.

37 13

1916 November.

37 14

1916 December-1929 July.

37 15-72

1929 August-1931 April.

38 1-20

1931 May-1932 January.

39 1-9

1932 Feburary-1934 December.

40 1-33

1935 January-1935 September.

41 1-9

1935 October-1936 June.

42 1-9

1936 July-1937 March.

43 1-10

1937 April-1937 October.

44 1-7

1937 November-1938 May.

45 1-7

1938 June-1939 April.

46 1-11

1939 May-1940 December.

47 1-18

1941 January-1941 December.

48 1-12

1942 Feburary-1956 June.

49 1-65

undated.

49 66

Subseries e. Lecture notes, 1940-1947, undated.

Box Folder

Arteries and Veins, undated.

50 1-2

Blood Disease, undated.

50 3

Bone Tumors, undated.

50 4-6

Causes of Tumor Flamation, undated.

50 7-9

Circulatory Disturbances, undated.

50 10

Cyanosis, undated.

50 11

Cysts, Veins, Arteries, and Circulatory systems, undated.

50 12

Dental and Veterinary lantern slides, undated.

50 13

Experimental Cancer Research, undated.

50 14

Heart lecture, 1940.

50 15

Heart lectures, 1947.

50 16

Heart lectures, undated.

50 17-18

History of Anatomy, Physiology, and Pathology: Slide and picture list, 1946, 1947.

50 19-20

The History of Pathological Anatomy, undated.

50 21

Inflammation, undated.

50 22

Inflammatory Lesions of Arteries, undated.

50 23

Non-Inflammatory Arterial Lesion, undated.

50 24

Local Disturbances of Cellular Metabolism: slides, undated.

50 25-26

Balduin Lucke: Diseases of the Arteries and Veins, 1940.

50 27

The Pathology of Veins and Lymphatics: Dr. Wilson, 1944.

50 28

Pathology of the Artaminoses, undated.

50 29

Physiology of the Heart, 1946.

50 30

Unidentified, undated.

50 31

Subseries f. Minutes, 1921-1938.

Box Folder

Journal Club, 1921-1933.

51 1

Editorial Council, 1931-1932.

51 2

Editorial-Library Committee, 1931-1932.

51 3

University Hospital Medical Staff, 1931-1933.

51 4

Committee to appoint Librarian, 1932.

51 5

University Hospital Medical Board, 1935-1938.

51 6

Financial accounts-School of Dentistry-Thomas W. Evans Museum and Institute, 1936-1938.

51 7-8

Library Project Committee, 1937.

51 9

Subseries g. Notes, 1918-1938.

Box Folder

University of Pennsylvania notes and memoranda, 1918-1930.

51 10

Conference notes, 1927 October.

51 11

Pathology Department, 1927-1931, undated.

51 12

Examinations, 1928-1931, undated.

51 13

Research notes-Autopsy, 1930.

51 14

University Hospital, 1936, 1938.

51 15

School of Dentistry, 1938.

51 16

Medical History Lectures, undated.

51 17

Museum-Pathology Department, undated.

51 18

Research and Experiments, undated.

51 19

Subseries h. Periodicals, 1920-1941.

Box Folder

1920-1941.

51 20

Clippings, 1924, 1927, 1932 .

52 1

Newspaper clippings, 1930-1937.

52 2

1936.

52 3

University of Pennsylvania Bicentennial, 1940.

52 4

Newspaper clippings, 1941.

52 5

Subseries i. Photographs, circa 1928-1929.

Box Folder

Pathology Department, circa 1928-1929.

52 6

Subseries j. Reports, 1921-1941, undated.

Box Folder

Pathology Department, 1921, undated.

52 7

Pathology Department, 1927-1928, 1937-1938, 1940-1941, undated.

52 8

Faculty Research Experiment-Pathology Department, 1927-1930.

52 9

1929, undated.

52 10

Educational Council, 1931-1933.

52 11

Henry Phillips Institute, 1932.

52 12

University Hospital, 1932.

52 13

School of Dentistry, 1936-1939.

52 14

Need for Bibliographic Center, 1937.

52 15

Faculty Research Experiment-Pathology Department, undated.

52 16

Committee on Hotels, undated.

52 17

University Hospital, undated.

52 18

Subseries k. Subject and administrative records, 1922-1944, undated.

Box Folder

Notes-Agenda-Pathology Department, 1930.

53 1

Blank Physical Forms from American Heart Association, undated.

53 2

Applications for Appropriations-Pathology Department Budget, 1928-1929.

53 3

Articles, Writings, Speeches, 1938.

53 4

Bicentennial Celebration, 1940.

53 5

Biographical Sketch-Isolbe Zeckwer, undated.

53 6

Blueprints with Notes and Memoranda-Maloney Clinic-Pathology Department, 1928-1929.

53 7

List-Books Suitable for the Medical Library, undated.

53 8

Case Collection List-Third Year Pathology Examination, 1928.

53 9

Memorandum-Chief Janitor's Duties-Pathology Department, undated.

53 10

Constitution/Bylaws for Philadelphia Heart Association-Multiple Drafts, undated.

53 11

Course Outlines-Pathology Department, undated.

53 12

Course Schedule Forms-School of Medicine, 1922-1923, 1926-1927.

53 13

Notes and Memoranda-Course Schedules, undated.

53 14

Drawings-Pathology Department, undated.

53 15

Membership Lists-Education Council, 1932.

53 16

Notes-Educational Council, undated.

53 17

Examination Questions, 1928-1946, undated.

53 18

Examination Schedule, 1933.

53 19

Notes-Exhibits-Pathology Department, undated.

53 20

Faculty Ballots, undated.

53 21

Notes and Memoranda-Faculty Research Experiments-Pathology Department, 1928-1931.

53 22

Notes and Memoranda-Faculty Research Experiments, 1944.

53 23

Notes and Memoranda-Faculty Responsibilities, 1927-1928, undated.

53 24

Notes and Memoranda-Faculty Schedules-Pathology Department, 1932.

53 25

Notes-Faculty Summer Assignments, 1931-1932.

53 26

Notes and Memoranda-Faculty Summer Schedules-Pathology Department, 1928-1930.

53 27

Correspondence-Founding of the Society for the Protection of Scientific Research, 1913-1914.

53 28

Fundraising Pledge Cards, 1930s.

53 29

Notes and Memoranda-Furness Library Dedication, 1932.

54 1

Notes-Graduate Courses, 1927-1928, undated.

54 2

Reports-Hospital Council of Philadelphia-Group Hospitalization, undated.

54 3

Notes and Memoranda-International Physiological Congress Fundraising, 1929.

54 4

Notes and Memoranda-Library Committee, undated.

54 5

Notes and Memoranda-Maloney Clinic-Pathology Department, 1929-1930.

54 6

Map-Center City Philadelphia, undated.

54 7

Matriculation Forms-Pathology Department, 1925.

54 8

List-Medals Removed from Dean's Vault for Display, 1942.

54 9

Notes-Microscopes-Pathology Department, undated.

54 10

Notes-Museum-Pathology Department, 1928.

54 11

Notes-Pennsylvania Society for the Protection of Scientific Research, 1930.

54 12

Memorandum-Pernicious Anemia Study, undated.

54 13

List-Physiology Shop and Glassblower Repairs-Pathology Department, 1927-1932.

54 14

Notes-Photography-Pathology Department, undated.

54 15

Plan of Museum Cases, undated.

54 16

Programs and Invitations-From University of Pennsylvania, 1930s.

54 17

Notes and Drawings-Proposed Laboratory Alterations-Pathology Department, 1927, undated.

54 18

Purchasing Agents, Chaplain, Students-Correspondence, Forms (School of Medicine), 1928-1932.

54 19

Notes and Memoranda-Research Experiments-Pathology Department, 1926, undated.

54 20

Notes and Memoranda-Second Year Pathology Course-Pathology Department, 1928, 1932, undated.

54 21

Notes-Sigma Xi, undated.

54 22

Notes and Memoranda-Slide Collection-Pathology Department, 1927-1928, undated.

54 23

Notes and Memoranda-Staff Positions, 1926-1929, undated.

54 24

Notes and Memoranda-Staff Positions-Pathology Department, 1936-1938, undated.

54 25

List-Statement of Student Deposit Charges, 1931.

54 26

Student Roster-University Hospital, 1928-1929.

54 27

Student Rosters-Pathology Department, 1932-1933, undated.

54 28

Suggestions for Third Year Pathological Literature Subjects, 1927-1930.

54 29

Notes-Zeckwer's Stolen Purse, 1936.

54 30

Form Letter/Circular (Not to EBK), undated.

54 31

Map-Whitemarsh Township-Pennsylvania, undated.

54 32

Membership Lists-Unidentifiable Organization, undated.

54 33

Notes and Memoranda-Miscellaneous, 1931, 1935-1936, undated.

54 34

New York-Worlds Fair Exhibit Map, circa 1939.

54 35

Series X.  Writings by E.B. Krumbhaar, 1902-1962.

Box Folder

A Comparison of the Methods of Thought of the Alchemists and of the Chemists of the 18th Century, 1902 March 20.

55 1

Acute Meningococcic Endocarditis, undated.

55 2

"Additional Notes on Osler in Philadelphia", undated.

55 3

"A Hematopoietic Perigollicular Envelope in the Rat Spleen", undated.

55 4

"A Historical Sketch of the School of Medicine of the University of Pennsylvania", undated.

55 5

"The Amount of Lymphoid Tissue the Human Appendix and its Weight at Different Age Periods", undated.

55 6

"Angina Inflammation (Diphtheria?) as Described in David Orme's Edinburgh Dissertations (1749) and Benjamin Morris Leyden Dissertation (1750)," by E.B. Krumbhaar and W.B. McDaniel, undated.

55 7

"Autopsies at the Front", undated.

55 8

Notes for "Autopsies, Inquests, and Post Mortems in Colonial New England", undated.

55 9

"The Centenary of the Cell Doctrine", 1930.

55 10

"Charles W. Burr", 1944.

55 11

"A Congenital Cardiac Anomaly: Atresia of the Mitral Orifice and Separation of the Left Auricle and Ventricle", 1942.

55 12

"The Concept of Internationalism", 1945.

55 13

"Days at the Pennsylvania Hospital During its First Century", 1951.

55 14

Days at the Pennsylvania Hospital During its First Century, 1930s-1940s.

55 15

"The Diagnosis and Treatment of Extra-Uterine Pregnancy 'To the Victor Belong the Spoils'" (Manuscript and Typescript), undated.

55 16

"The Diagnosis and Treatment of Extra-Uterine Pregnancy" (Manuscript and Typescript), undated.

55 17

"The Diagnosis and Treatment of Extra-Uterine Pregnancy 'Hungary'" (Manuscript and Typescript), undated.

55 18-19

"Extra-Uterine Gestation 'Scotland'" (Typewritten Manuscript), undated.

55 20

"Diseases of the Pericardium", 1941.

55 21

"Diseases of the Spleen and Reticulo-Endothelial System", undated.

55 22

"Dr. Packard as a Student of Medical History and Especially that of the Pennsylvania Hospital", undated.

55 23

"Dr. William Hunter of Newport", 1935.

55 24

"The Early Days of the Philadelphia Heart Association", undated.

55 25

Editorial for 200th Anniversary of the Pennsylvania Hospital, 1951.

55 26

"Edwin Grant Conkhu (1863-1952)", undated.

55 27

"The Effect of Diseases on the Structure of the Heart", undated.

55 28

Examination in Comparative Psychology, Harvard University, undated.

55 29

"Experimental Studies Upon the Toxicity of Benzedrine Sulphate in Various Animals", 1939.

55 30

"Francis Randolph Packard, 1870-1950", 1950.

55 31

"A Frequent Obstructive Anomaly of the Mouth of the Left Common Ilicac Vein", 1943.

55 32

"Guana ematopoietica perifollicolare nella milza del ratto", 1951.

55 33

"History of Medicine Vital", 1954.

55 34

"History of the Autopsy and its Relation to the Development of Modern Medicine", undated.

55 35

"History of Pathology of the Heart", undated.

55 36

Notes for "History of Pathology of the Heart", 1956.

56 1

"John Conrad Otto and the Recognition of Hemophilia", 1930.

56 2

"Karl Sudhoff, 1853-1938", 1939.

56 3

"Leukemia", 1946.

56 4

"The Medical History Lantern Slide Collection", undated.

56 5

"Medical Progress in the Past 50 Years", 1954.

56 6

"Memoir of Balduin Lucke (1889-1954)", 1954.

56 7

"Memoir of Balduin Lucke", 1950s.

56 8

"Memoir of George Richards Minot", 1950.

56 9

"Notes on the Early Days of the American Association of the History of Medicine", 1949.

56 10

"Notes on the Electrocardiographic Changes Accompanying Acutely Increased Pressure Following Pulmonary Artery Ligature", 1934.

56 11

"Obituary: Ludwig Aschoff", 1943.

56 12

"On Collating Elzeviers", 1957.

56 13

On the History of Extirpation of the Spleen, circa 1914.

56 14

"On the Wards of Old Blockley", 1940.

56 15

Notes for "Osler in Philadelphia", undated.

56 16

The Pathology Department of the University of Pennsylvania, undated.

56 17

"The Pennsylvania Hospital", undated.

56 18

The Pennsylvania Hospital, 1940s-1950s.

56 19

"The Pennsylvania Hospital" (Editorial), 1951.

56 20

"A Pre-Columbian Peruvian Tibia Exhibiting Syphilitic(?) Periostitis", undated.

56 21

"The Relation of the Spleen to Blood Destruction and Regeneration", 1929.

56 22

"The Role of the Spleen as a Member of the Hemolyto-Poietic System", 1927.

56 23

"Some Notes on the Early Days of the American Association of the History of Medicine", 1945.

56 24

"The Spleen", circa 1950.

56 25

"The Spleen in Leukemia", 1942.

56 26

"The State of Pathology in the British Colonies of North America", 1947.

56 27

the State of Pathology in the British Colonies of North America, 1940s.

57 1

"Superstition and Medical Progress in Relation to the War", 1942.

57 2

"Thoughts on Bibliographics and Harvey's Writings", 1957.

57 3

"Thoughts on Bibliographics and Harvey's Writings", 1956-1957.

57 4

Editorial from Transactions and Studies of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, 1955.

57 5

"Forward" (Untitled), undated.

57 6

Krunbhaar Writings-Unattributed, undated.

57 7

Book Reviews, 1937-1955.

57 8-12

Book Reviews, 1961-1962.

57 13

Reviews of Letters of Benjamin Rush, edited by L.H. Butterfield, 1951.

57 14

Correspondence Sent to E.B. Krumbhaar Regarding Publications, 1933-1962.

57 15-16
Volume

"Collected Reprints," Volume I, 1908-1923.

1

"Collected Reprints: Reviews, Abstracts, and Manuscripts," Volume II, 1923-1932.

2

"Collected Reprints: Reviews, Abstracts, and Manuscripts," Volume III, 1921-1931.

3

"Collected Reprints: Reviews, Abstracts, and Manuscripts," Volume IV, 1932-1939.

4