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Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Records

MSS.6/0014-01

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
Title:
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Records
Date [inclusive]:
1855 - 2006
Call Number:
MSS.6/0014-01
Extent:
100 Linear feet
Language:
English
Abstract:
Established in 1855, the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia was the first hospital in the United States to care exclusively for children, and was key in establishing the foundations of modern day pediatric medicine. Medical staff members at CHOP have been at the forefront of innovation for decades, and their work has had impacts which can be seen to this day, in the form of the Isolette Incubator, the Measles vaccine, and its participation in The Human Genome Project. The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Records (1855 to 2006) extensively documents the activities of the Public Relations and Planning and Development Departments from the early 1960’s to the early 1990’s. The bibliographies, published works, correspondence and interviews with several major figures in pediatric medicine, such as Doctors C. Everett Koop, Jean Cortner, and Gertrude and Werner Henle, can also be found within. An extensive portion of the collection is in non-document form, and consists of bound volumes, photographs, negatives, 35 mm slides, and film reels.
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[Description and date of item], [Box/folder number], MSS 6/0013-01, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, 1855-2006, The College of Physicians of Philadelphia Historical Medical Library.
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Biography/History

The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) was founded in November of 1855 by Doctors Francis W. Lewis, R.A.F. Penrose, and T. Hewson Bache. All three had been trained in the same institution, serving their residencies at the Pennsylvania Hospital, located on the 800 block of Spruce Street in Philadelphia. It was after Lewis returned from London’s Hospital for Sick Children in Great Ormond Street, which was the first hospital for children in the English speaking world, that he was struck by the fact that there were no such institutions in the United States. Disturbed by the high mortality rate of infants and children in Philadelphia, and inspired by Great Ormond Street, Penrose and Bache joined with Lewis to found the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia between Pine and Lombard on Blight Street (now Watts Street in South Philadelphia). This first building had 12 beds, and saw 67 inpatients and 306 outpatients during its first year.

Pediatrics as a scientific specialty is a modern development. At the time of the Hospital’s founding, children had neither medical nor social importance. There were no hospitals exclusively for children in the United States, and pediatrics had not yet become its own separate specialty. CHOP was unique in many ways, the first and foremost being that unlike most children’s hospitals, domestic and abroad, CHOP was never a pest house or asylum for poor children. At the time of its founding, the few hospitals in the nation were intended to care for infectious disease, to house the mentally ill, or to care for adult injuries which had resulted from the growing industrial revolution. CHOP was exceptional in its being established solely to provide clinical care and continuing throughout the years to do this same thing. In the beginning, CHOP was open, free of charge, to all medical students and attracted students from Philadelphia schools such as Jefferson Medical College, and the University of Pennsylvania. This type of reciprocity soon extended to other institutions, and went beyond the lecture hall. Recent exchanges from the last few decades have included: the Children’s Hospital and the Hospital for Sick Children in London’s residency exchange program; CHOP’s training relationship with the American Research Hospital for Children in Krakow, Poland; and CHOP’s resident physicians being instructed in psychiatric principles by staff members of the Philadelphia Child Guidance Clinic (which was later acquired by CHOP and became the Children’s Guidance Center). Other reciprocities include that between CHOP and the Children’s Seashore House (CSH) in Atlantic City, New Jersey. In 1998, this alliance became a merger, when CSH was acquired by CHOP in 1998.

In 1866, CHOP moved to its second building, on the east side of 22nd above Locust, in Philadelphia. In 1870, children’s surgery was added, and for the first time, surgery and medical were considered separate. In 1889, CHOP’s Country Branch was founded near Overbrook. The Country House was used for convalescent care and was responsible for approximately 20 cases at a time. In 1899, the need for the Country Branch dwindled as patients in need of rehabilitation were sent to the Children’s Seashore House, in Atlantic City. The Country Branch slowly ceased operations.

In 1895, the Ingersoll Training School for Nurses was established. Between 1895 and 1900, two infant wards were opened, additions to the nurses building were completed, and the Catherwood Milk Laboratory was established. It was at Catherwood that nurses received instruction on the study of preparations of various milk mixtures and other special foods for infants were undertaken in this Lab.

Though what was to become the site of the third CHOP building was purchased in 1909, it was not until 1916 that operations officially moved to 18th and Bainbridge Streets. The cornerstone for this third building was laid in 1913, by Edward S. Sayres (please refer to the Scrapbook of Mrs. Edward S. Sayres in Series VIII: Images, Subseries F, “Scrapbooks”), president of the Board, and Charlotte Rush, daughter of the President Benjamin Rush. In 1914, just before the transition to the third building, the Department for the Prevention of Disease was established, the first such department in the nation.

It was in 1919 that CHOP lectures became available only to University of Pennsylvania medical students. Although CHOP and U Penn had been connected since CHOP’s founding, 1919 was the start of a formal relationship between the two. From this time forward, though CHOP maintained an independent Board of Managers, CHOP became an integral part of the university’s pediatrics department, and attending staff received faculty appointments. J. Claxton Gittings was the first Physician-In-Chief and William Bennett Professor in Pediatrics. He followed by Joseph Stokes, Jr. in 1939. It was Stokes who was heralded with transforming the Children's Hospital into a world leader in teaching and research. Around this same time, Charles C. Chapple, MD developed the first closed incubator for newborns, named the Isolette.

During the 1930’s the Center for Research in Children's Growth was established. Soon after, during the 1940’s and 1950’s, Drs. Werner and Gertrude Henle discovered vaccines for influenza and mumps. Along with Joseph Stokes Jr., MD, they developed the first convincing demonstration of vaccination against influenza and mumps. In the late 1930's, Dr. Irving J. Wolman and Dr. Bernard Spur completed the initial study on the use of homogenized milk for infants, which lead to its acceptance by the public.

During the 1950’s, Dr. Thomas McNair Scott developed a diagnostic test for herpes simplex (fever blister). The “Rheumatic Fever and Virus Research Building” (the first research building) is built for $800,000, including equipment. It was more commonly known as “The Research Building.” During this same time, development of a “control shunt” to drain fluid, designed and tested for treating hydrocephalus. This device is now used throughout the world. In the 1950’s and 1960’s, Dr. Lewis L. Coriell progresses in his research on the prevention of polio, and begins to lay the groundwork for the development of the Salk vaccine. At this time, Dr. Coriell and his associates also invent a laminar airflow system to keep operating rooms sterile.

The late 1960’s were rife with change, invention, and discovery. Dr. Alfred M. Bongiovanni was named as the successor to Joseph Stokes, Jr., MD, and became Physician in Chief of CHOP in 1962. Also in the 1960’s, Stanley Plotkin, MD, developed the rubella (German measles) vaccine and clinical trials were conducted. The Clinical Research Center (CRC) was established for hard-to-diagnose, hard-to-treat pediatric diseases and use of new treatments. Drs. Werner Henle and Gertrude Henle, along with Dr. Klaus Hummeler, discover the association between infectious mononucleosis and the Epstein-Barr virus, which ultimately proved that a common virus may produce disease.

In the 1970’s, the Research Institute was created, which contained 70,000 square feet dedicated to research. Also during this decade, one of the nation's first centers for pediatric craniofacial surgery opens at CHOP, where techniques for cleft lip and palate repair that were developed there gained international acceptance. CHOP was also named by the federal government as one of only three pediatric cancer research and treatment centers. Soon after, in 1974, the Hospital moved from 18th and Bainbridge, into its current location at 34th Street and Civic Center Boulevard, and the first DNA Laboratory in Philadelphia was established.

During the 1980’s at CHOP, Drs. H. Fred Clark, Stanley Plotkin and Paul Offit developed a rotavirus vaccine for infantile gastroenteritis. A Liver Transplant Program was established, and the Hospital's first liver transplant was performed in 1989. The early 1990’s saw Dr. Robert Levy cited for his research milestones related to the mechanisms and prevention of bioprosthetic heart valve calcification, and discoveries concerning the first report of a gene delivery stent, Dr. Stuart E. Starr proving that a combination of antiviral drugs controls HIV infection in children. The Hospital was designated a Human Genome Center by the National Institutes of Health, and the Human Genome Project was completed in April of 2003. The Hospital was also awarded a major federal grant for the mapping of chromosome 22, a project which was completed in 1999.

In 1995, the Leonard and Madlyn Abramson Pediatric Research Center opened on the Hospital's Main Campus, consolidating all the laboratory research of The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Research Institute. This same year, Dr. Scott Adzick led the establishment of the Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment, which is at the forefront of research and clinical practice in the emerging field of fetology.

In 1997, Drs. Nancy Spinner, David Piccoli and Ian D. Krantz discover the gene responsible for Alagille syndrome, a disorder associated with congenital liver, heart, kidney, spine, eye and pancreatic disease. This same year, the Center for Outcomes Research is established to create new methods of health service research, with an emphasis on developing new pediatric outcomes measures. Drs. Flaura K. Winston and Dennis R. Durbin initiate Partners for Child Passenger Safety, and these findings lead to a wide range of enhanced legislation, safety regulation, and automobile and child restraint design.

In 1998, the Children's Clinical Research Institute (CCRi) is established. The CCRi is the United States first non-profit clinical research organization dedicated to pediatric clinical trials. Soon after, in 1999, a number of advancements in genetics are achieved at CHOP. Dr. Beverly Emanuel's efforts contribute to the complete sequencing of chromosome 22, making it the first human chromosome to be fully sequenced. Also, Dr. Katherine High's groundbreaking studies on AAV-mediated gene transfer for hemophilia lead to Dr. Catherine Manno and Dr. Alan Flake performing the first human gene transfer studies for hemophilia.

Children's Hospital becomes one of 13 academic sites designed by the NIH as a Pediatric Pharmacology Research Unit (PPRU) in an effort to address the lack of pharmacological information about drugs used in children. CHOP began a $1.2 billion facilities expansion project in 2001, which sought to double the size of the main campus, and add significant patient care and research space.

In 2002, the first tandem transplantation of peripheral stem cells in a pediatric oncology center was performed at CHOP. In 2005, the supernumerary der(22) syndrome (or Partial Trisomy 11/22) was renamed Emanuel Syndrome in honor of Beverly Emanuel, PhD, chief, Division of Human Genetics and Molecular Biology, who spearheaded research efforts into the syndrome.

Today, CHOP is a major primary care provider for south and west Philadelphia and a ternary referral center for the greater Delaware Valley. The hospital has greatly expanded in its 150 years of operation, and annually provides care for 16,000 inpatients and 190,000 outpatient visits.

Note: Throughout the collection are various examples of CHOP histories. For example materials, please see the following folders: Box 21, folders 3 and 4, “CHOP History: ‘100 Years of Progress in Child Health’" Box 22, folder 7, “Shirley Bonnem’s Complete CHOP History File” Box 23, folder 6, "1855 to 1974: The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia in Perspective"

Scope and Contents

The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) Records provide a catalog of the administrators, doctors, nurses, and patients who shaped and served this pediatric hospital between the years 1855 to 2006. The records span three centuries, from the hospital’s founding by Dr. Francis West Lewis in late 1855, to the year 2006, as CHOP was ranked the #1 pediatric hospital in the United States for its third successive year by “Child” Magazine. The bulk of the materials in this collection are concentrated within the years 1960 to the late 1990’s.

There are a number of material formats present in the collection. Primary types include paper documents, bound volumes, photographs, and slides. Remaining formats include: newspaper clippings, film reels, oil paintings, framed prints, oversized documents, and Betamax, VHS, and audio cassette tapes.

The collection has been arranged into nine series: “Administration,” “Public Relations,”, “Planning and Development,” “Departments,” “Biographical,” “Clippings,” “Bound Volumes,” “Images,” and "Ephemera." The bulk of the records are concentrated within the thirty year time span of 1960 to 1999.

Within and across these series are a number of notable subjects, which include:

The changing nature of healthcare in the United States over the past two centuries, and the impact of the rise of managed care since the 1970’s.

The “Bound Volumes” series contains a number of Doctor’s Case Books, dating to the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Contained in these volumes are a number of charts within which information was recorded such as race, age, address, parent information, housing type, diet, stools, and medicine administered.

Pediatric medical advancements spearheaded by physicians at the Children’s Hospital, such as the development of vaccines and successful organ transplants. Information on these types of advancements can be found in specific doctor files within the "Biographical" series.

Modern medical ethics, specifically issues related to a number of cases of conjoined twins operated on at the Children’s Hospital between the years 1957 and 2002. Materials on medical ethics can be found throughout the “Public Relations,” “Clippings,” and “Biographical” series.

Primary types of materials include:

Public Relations materials. Documents originating from the Public Relations department are plentiful and consist of reports, correspondence, brochures, press materials, and newsletters. These materials begin in the 1940s and stretch into the early 2000’s.

Images. There is a huge number of photographs, slides, negatives, and film in the collection. These images primarily concern buildings, patients, and staff. Many duplicate images can be found within the “Prints,” “Slides,” and “Negatives” subseries’.

Bound volumes. Materials from the late 19th to the early 20th century are almost exclusively in the form of bound volumes, which consist of annual reports, and patient and visitor registries. The bound volumes are primarily older, starting with original material from 1855. Many of the volumes are fragile and folder stock enclosures have been made to protect them.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

College of Physicians Historical Medical Library,  2010

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Finding aid prepared by Meredith McCusker, "Images" series processed by Jessy Brody

Custodial History Note

Custodial History Note

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Related Materials

Related Collections

See:

CPP.MSS.6/0013-02, The Children's Seashore House Records, 1874 to 2004, The College of Physicians of Philadelphia Historical Medical Library.

CPP.MSS.2/0037, Samuel X Radbill Papers, The College of Physicians of Philadelphia Historical Medical Library.

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Controlled Access Headings

Form/Genre(s)
  • Account books
  • Annual reports
  • Biographies
  • Correspondence
  • Negatives (photographic)
  • Notebooks
  • Obituaries
  • Photograph albums
  • Photographs
  • Publications
Geographic Name(s)
  • Philadelphia (Pa.)
Personal Name(s)
  • Bongiovanni, Alfred M., 1921-
  • Bonnem, Shirley
  • Chapple, Charles C.
  • Henle, Gertrude, 1912-
  • Henle, Werner, 1910-1987
  • Koop, C. Everett (Charles Everett), 1916-
  • Radbill, Samuel X., 1901-1987
Subject(s)
  • Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
  • Conjoined twins
  • Hospital design and construction
  • Hospitals--United States
  • Pediatrics
  • Urban hospitals

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Restricted Access

Series V, "Biographical," contains some restricted materials: Box 75 has been restricted as per Shirley Bonnem's request, and a number of the CV's included in the individual biographical files contain Social Security numbers.

Bibliography

Lea, Arthur H. "History of the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia." 1933.

The Public Relations Department at CHOP, "1855 to 1974: The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia in Perspective." 1974.

Radbill, Samuel X. "The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia." Philadelphia Medicine September 1974 (1974): 351-367. Print.

Collection Inventory

I.  Administration, 1855-2003. 8 boxes.

Series Description

Series I: Administration

The first series, “Administration,” covers the years 1855 to 2003, and consists of 8 boxes. There are two subseries, “Board of Managers,” and “Administration.” The bulk of the “Board of Managers” subseries is in the form of Annual Reports. The Annual Reports represent a complete history of CHOP’s Board activities, from the year of CHOP’s founding, in 1855, to 2003. Annual Reports are present in a number of formats, such as: original booklets, photocopies, and microfiche. Please refer to Series VI, “Bound Volumes, Books,” for originals of CHOP Annual Reports, bound in 8 volumes, and covering the years 1854 to 1994. Series VI also includes both handwritten and typed Minutes of the Board of Managers, present in the form of 13 bound volumes which span the years 1855 to 1951.

Subseries B, “Administration,” contains information pertaining to a number of CHOP Administrators and their work throughout the years. Strong points of this subseries are present in the correspondence files of CHOP Presidents Charles E. Ingersoll and Noel Kronke. Also present are policy manuals and memos on CHOP’s rates and charges from 1958 and a set of official guidelines entitled, “Care of Indigent Foreign Nationals.”

A.  Board of Managers.

i.  Annual Reports.

Box Folder

Guide to Photos and Illustrations, 1856-1931.

1 1

Annual Reports, 1856-1860.

1 2

Members Board of Managers, 1857-1930.

1 3

Annual Reports, 1861-1865.

1 4

Annual Reports, 1867-1870.

1 5

Annual Reports, 1871-1875.

1 6

Annual Reports, 1876-1883.

1 7

Annual Reports, 1885-1887.

1 8

Annual Reports, 1888-1890.

1 9

Annual Reports, 1891-1893.

1 10

Annual Reports, 1894-1895.

1 11

Annual Reports, 1896-1899.

1 12

Annual Reports, 1900-1902.

1 13

Annual Reports, 1903-1905.

2 1

Annual Reports, 1906-1910.

2 2

Annual Reports, 1911-1913.

2 3

Annual Reports, 1914-1915.

2 4

Annual Reports, 1916-1917.

2 5

Annual Reports, 1918-1919.

2 6

Annual Reports, 1920.

2 7

Annual Reports, 1921.

2 8

Annual Reports, 1922.

2 9

Annual Reports, 1923.

3 10

Annual Reports, 1924.

3 1

Annual Reports, 1925.

3 2

Annual Reports, 1926.

3 3

Annual Reports, 1927.

3 4

Annual Reports, 1928.

4 1

Annual Reports, 1929.

4 2

Annual Reports, 1930.

4 3

Annual Reports, 1931-1933.

4 4

Annual Reports, 1934, 1936, 1937-1938, 1949.

4 5

Annual Reports, 1953-1957.

4 6

Annual Reports, 1959-1964.

4 7

Annual Reports, 1965-1969.

4 8

Annual Reports, 1971-1973.

4 9

Annual Reports, 1974-1977.

5 1

Annual Reports, 1979-1981.

5 2

Annual Reports, 1982-1983.

5 3

Annual Reports, 1984-1985.

5 4

Annual Reports, 1986-1987.

5 5

Board of Managers Member List, 1988.

5 6

Annual Reports, 1988-1989.

5 7

Annual Reports, 1991.

5 8

Annual Reports, 1992-1993.

5 9

Annual Reports, 1994.

6 1

Annual Reports, 1995.

6 2

Annual Reports, 1996.

6 3

Annual Reports, 1997-1998.

6 4

Annual Reports, 1999.

6 5

Annual Reports, 2000.

6 6

Annual Reports, 2001.

6 7

Annual Reports, 2002-2003.

6 8

Annual Reports (microfiche), 1856-1894.

7 1

Annual Reports (microfiche), 1895-1923.

7 2

Annual Reports (microfiche), 1924-1966.

7 3

ii.  Correspondence and Internal Files.

Box Folder

By-Laws, 1898-1937.

8 1

Harry D. West, Liason to PR Department, Reports on PR Dept. Activites, 1973.

8 2

Board Member Evaluation Forms, 1988.

8 3

Board Resolutions, 1989, 1996.

8 4

B.  Administration.

Box Folder

Charter and Amendments of CHOP from Dr. F.W. Lewis, 1878.

8 5

Rates and Charges for Services, 1958.

8 6

"Report from Administration, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia" Newsletter, 1963.

8 7

Copyright, 1965.

8 8

Gold Medal Awards, 1965-1983.

8 9

Index of Administration Policy Book, 1969.

8 10

Joint Conference Committee, Proposed Research Institute, 1972.

8 11

Report on CHOP Occupancy and Growth for New Building at 34th and Civic Ctr. Blvd., 1972 September 10.

8 12

Joseph Stokes Jr., Research and Teaching Fund, 1973.

8 13

Charles E. Ingersoll, CHOP President, Correspondence, 1974.

8 14

Noel Kronke, CHOP President, Correspondence, 1980-1985.

8 15

Administration, General Correspondence, 1981-1994.

8 16

Corporate Restructure Under Children's Hospital Foundation, 1983.

8 17

"Consumer Assessment Study", 1985.

8 18

CHOP Foundation Publication: "Partners in Caring", 1990.

8 19

Revenues and Expenses of the General Fund, 1991.

8 20

Physician/Hospital Organization (PHO) Development Committee, 1995-1996.

8 21

CHOP Foundation Publication: "Partners in Progress", 1999.

8 22

Leadership Development Management Group Meeting, 2000.

8 23

Policy Manual: "Care of Indigent Foreign Nationals", undated.

8 24

II.  Public Relations, 1949-2006. 26 boxes.

Series Description

Series II: Public Relations

The second series, “Public Relations,” is one of the most complex series within the CHOP Records. Consisting of 26 boxes, divided into 6 subseries, this series has a date range from 1949 to 2004. The majority of these files were generated and/ or collected by Shirley Bonnem, whose tenure at CHOP stretched from the years 1966 to 2000. Bonnem worked in a number of capacities within CHOP’s Public Relations Department, and claimed the following successive titles: Assistant Administrator, Assistant Vice President, and finally, Vice President of Public Relations. Bonnem wrote two books on the CHOP, including: The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, 1974-1994: Two Decades : An Informal Report (of which two copies can be found in Series IV), published in 1995, and  The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, 1995-2001: A Hospital on the Move: A Report on Change, published in 2003. Notes for  A Hospital on the Move, and Two Decades, An Informal Report can be found in Subseries A, “Correspondence, Internal Files, Committees.” Please refer to Series V, “Biographical Files,” for transcripts of historical interviews conducted by Shirley Bonnem as part of her research for these two books.

Highlights of the first subseries, “Correspondence, Internal Files, and Committees,” include a number of files pertaining to race relations in Philadelphia during the late 1960’s. In 1968, a Race Relations Committee was established at CHOP, the purpose of which was to address tensions and educate people on contemporary race relations. The Race Relations Committee was formed in the after math of the Reasoner Report, which had in turn been written in response to the race riots in Detroit during the previous year of 1967. The seminars sponsored by the Race Relations Committee were all delivered by African Americans, and were attended by CHOP medical and administrative staff. Topics covered were cultural and included such issues as housing discrimination and the psychological roots of prejudice.

This subseries also contains correspondence concerning the implementation of the “Philadelphia Plan” in October 1969. CHOP was awarded the first contract under the “Philadelphia Plan,” for which the US Department of Labor required federally assisted contractors to hire a certain percentage of minority workers. This contract was for construction of the new CHOP building at 34th and Civic Center Blvd. for which construction began on in the late 1960’s, and was completed in 1974. The second subseries, “Programs and Affiliate Hospitals,” highlights various national and international institutional alliances that CHOP fostered over the years. Included is information on local CHOP affiliations, such as with the Ronald McDonald House of Philadelphia, and satellite locations in the tristate area. International affiliations include the Great Ormand Street Hospital in London, the American Children’s Hospital in Krakow, Poland, and CHOP’s participation in Project HOPE.

The third Subseries, “Events and Historical Exhibits,” contains a number of PR-planned events which occurred throughout the years. This subseries provides insight into the planning and execution of a number of such events at CHOP, such as the groundbreaking and dedication of the new building at 34th and Civic Center Boulevard in 1974. Other events include memorial services for CHOP doctors and staff, medical conferences and seminars, and a number of historical exhibits for which the displayed items and text were prepared by Shirley Bonnem.

The fourth subseries, “Press Releases, Fact Sheets, and Histories,” include all information released by CHOP’s PR department to local, regional, and national news outlets. Press Releases are filed chronologically, with those on seven sets of conjoined twins separated by CHOP surgeons concentrated together. Quick reference can be made to the Fact Sheets and Histories, as they provide excellent summarization of CHOP medical departments, procedures, new medical advancements which occurred at CHOP, as well as dated hospital histories and list of medical “firsts” achieved at CHOP.

Subseries E, “Publications,” contains all serial and unique publications produced by the PR department. These include early newsletter, such as “Pediatric Brevia” and “”Thermometer.” Also included is a sub-subseries entitled “Informational Brochures,” who were aimed toward a public audience and provided information on CHOP services. In separate sub-subseries are publications such as “Children’s Hospital Times,” “Notes,” and “Children’s View.” Bound copies of these publications can also be found in the “Bound Volumes, Books” series, along with a bound volume of “Pediatric Pioneering” issues.

The final sub series in the “Public Relations” series is “Volunteer Organizations.” There were a number of volunteer organizations which served CHOP throughout the years, the largest and most long standing of which included the Auxiliary and the Women’s League. The Auxiliary was responsible for Daisy Day, and the Women’s League was responsible for the Carousel Ball, both annual fundraisers for CHOP.

Also in this series are files pertaining to the Executive Council of Volunteer Organizations (EVCO), an umbrella volunteer organization formed to encompass the Auxiliary and Women’s League. Please refer to Series VI, “Bound Volumes, Books,” for 7 volumes of meeting minutes recorded by the earliest CHOP volunteer organization, the Lady Visitors. These volumes date from 1858 to 1925.

A.  Correspondence, Internal Files, Committees.

Box Folder

Nanette Nairn-Allison, PR Director 1948 to 1950, 1949-1950.

9 1

Mary Ann Ramsey, PR Director 1951 to 1954, 1951-1955.

9 2

Josie Aceto, PR Director, 1960 to 1964, 1960-1964.

9 3

Mary C. Hope, Director of Information 1964 to 1978, 1964, 1972.

9 4

Lucille V. Clarke, PR Director, 1964 to May 1966, 1964-1966.

9 5

Proposal for Television Series to be Produced by CHOP Pediatrics, 1966.

9 6

Shirley Bonnem, PR Director, 1966 to 2000, 1966-1985.

9 7

Correspondence, 1967, 1967.

9 8

New Building/ Philadelphia Plan: CHOP Race Relations Committee: Series of Lectures on Contemporary Racial Issues, 1968.

9 9

New Building/ Philadelphia Plan: "Race Relations Crisis: Report by the Children's Hospital Race Relations Committee", 1968.

9 10

New Building/ Philadelphia Plan: Shirley Bonnem's files re: Construction, Philadelphia Plan, 1968-1974.

9 11

Correspondence: Shirley Bonnem, 1969-2006.

9 12

Shirley Bonnem's Correspondence Re: Sickel Cell Anemia and Sickel Cell Anemia Bill, 1970.

9 13

Correspondence re: Move to New Building at 34th and Civic Center Blvd, 1971-1975.

9 14

Philadelphia Inquirer Investigative Articles on CHOP, 1971-1978.

9 15

Move and New Building PR Committee Memos, Meeting Minutes, 1972-1974.

9 16

Shirley Bonnem's Binder "Special Projects: A Hospital on the Move": Introduction, Tour Guides (folder 1 of 4), 1974.

10 1

Shirley Bonnem's Binder "Special Projects: A Hospital on the Move": "A Hospital on the Move" Newsletter (folder 2 of 4), 1974.

10 2

Shirley Bonnem's Binder "Special Projects: A Hospital on the Move" Sections: "Background", "Dedication", and "Contributed Advertising" (folder 3 of 4), 1974.

10 3

Shirley Bonnem's Binder "Special Projects: A Hospital on the Move": Sections on Publications (folder 4 of 4), 1974.

10 4

Phildelphia Inquirer column "Action Line": Controversy over Baby Girl "A" Waskey, 1973-1978.

10 5

Public Relations Annual Review/ Departmental Reports, 1975-1988.

10 6

Report on Medical Ethics, Re: Conjoined Twins: "Single Public Relations Problem and its Solution" by Shirley Bonnem, 1977.

10 7

Medical Ethics Committee, Ethics Issues, 1977, undated.

10 8

Correspondence: Re: Copyrights for CHOP and Historical Marker Program, 1977-2001.

10 9

Presentation, Board of Managers Orientation, 1981.

10 10

Advertising Materials, 1987, undated.

11 1

Memos on Crisis/ Disaster Planning and Procedures, 1988-1993.

11 2

PA Governor's Budget Cuts 1990, 1989.

11 3

Shirley Bonnem's Letters of Recommendation Written for Staff, 1988-1997.

11 4

Correspondence re: Artwork for the Wood Center, 1989.

11 5

Reprint from "US News and World Report," Ethical Dilemma Memo, 1991.

11 6

Shirley Bonnem's Writings on CHOP, in book "Invisible Philadelphia", 1991-1995.

11 7

Shirley Bonnem Awarded 1993 Merit Award, 1993.

11 8

Memo of Concerns for Health Safety Act of 1994, 1994.

11 9

Shirley Bonnem's Book, "CHOP 1974-1994, Two Decades, An Informal Report" front cover, 1995-1996.

11 10

Shirley Bonnem's Book, "A Hospital on the Move II": Interview Schedule, Notes, Correspondence, 1999.

11 11

Media Strategy, Financial State of Regional Health Systems, circa 1999.

11 12

List of all Public Relations Department Directors, 1948 to 2000, 2000.

11 13

Report: "Raising the National Profile and Advancing the Mission of CHOP", 2002.

11 14

B.  Programs and Affiliate Hospitals.

Box Folder

Great Ormand Street Hospital, London, UK, 1952-1982.

12 1

Great Ormand Street Hopital, London, UK, 1985-1997.

12 2

Various Program Proposals and Presentations, 1961-1999.

12 3

Communications Program, 1968.

12 4

American Children's Hospital, Krakow, Poland, 1972-1980.

12 5

Special Projects: "Orienting Children to Surgery", 1975.

12 6

Albert I. DuPont Institute, 1981-1990.

12 7

CHOP International Associations with Foreign Doctors and Patients, 1983-1998.

13 1

Joint Strategy Planning with CHOP, St. Christopher's, and Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh, 1983-1987.

13 2

Ronald McDonald House, 1984-1999.

13 3

CHOP/ Abington Memorial Hospital Pediatric Service (CHAMPS), 1986-1990.

13 4

HIV/ AIDS: Pediatric AIDS Institute at CHOP, 1987-1992.

13 5

Center for Community Partnerships, West Philadelphia, 1990.

13 6

Ambulatory Care Sites, Satallite Locations: Memos, Press, Brochures, 1993-1997.

13 7

"International Arts Medicine Association", 1997.

13 8

CHOP's Participation in Project HOPE, 1997.

13 9

C.  Events and Historical Exhibits.

Box Folder

1954 Ex-Residents' Day of CHOP, 1954, 1991.

14 1

Centennial Medical Convocation, CHOP, 1955 June.

14 2

"Children in Art" Exhibit at Philadelphia Museum of Art by CHOP and Wyeth Laboratories (5-4-1965), 1964-1965.

14 3

Alumni Meeting at the Barclay, 1965 May 14.

14 4

Move to and Dedication of Child Guidance Center (34th and Civic Center Blvd), 1971 January to 1974 January.

14 5

International Cancer Conference Planning, 1971.

14 6

Academy of Music Benefit Concert for New CHOP/CGC Building, 1972-1973.

14 7

Tri-Institutional Nurses' Education Building, 1973 March 31.

14 8

Dedication Week for New Building at 34th and Civic Center Blvd, 1973 September to 1974 May.

14 9

CHOP's Great Philadelphia Movement 25th Anniversary Dinner, 1973 December.

14 10

Various Programs for Department, Building, and Endowed Chair Dedication, 1974-2002.

14 11

Symposium on Adolescent Medicine.

14 12

Rodriguez Twins After Separation Surgery, 1974.

14 13

New Building Dedication Controversy re: Princess Margaret, 1974.

14 14

Dedication Presentation to HRH Princess Margaret, the Annenbergs, and Dr. Dudgem, 1974.

14 15

New Building at 34th and Civic Center Blvd: Date Stone Placement Ceremony, 1975 June 23.

14 16

Program for April 1978 CHOP Benefit Concert at Academy of Music, 1978 April 20.

14 17

International Year of the Child, 1979.

15 1

Visit by Pope John Paul II, 1979 October.

15 2

Benefit Concert, October 1980: "Philadelphia Salutes CHOP on its 135th Anniversary", 1980.

15 3

Surgeon Generals Conference at CHOP: "Children With Handicaps and Their Families", Planning; C.E. Koop, M.D., 1982-1983.

15 4

Surgeon Generals Conference at CHOP: "Children with Handicaps and Their Families": Workshop Pamphlets; C.E. Koop, M.D., 1982 December.

15 5

Memorial Planning for Charles E. Ingersoll, 1982-1983.

15 6

Emergency Department Ribbon Cutting, Open Houses, etc., 1983-1993.

15 7

Dedication of Nicholas A. Crognale Trauma Receiving Unit and Lynn Saligman Emergency Care Center, 1983.

15 8

Dedication Program: Thomas F. McNair Scott Portrait Presentation, 1984.

15 9

20th Anniversary of Clinical Research Center, 1984-1985.

15 10

Special Program in Honor of the 20th Anniversary of the Clinical Research Center, 1985 May.

15 11

Groundbreaking Ceremony, Richard D. Wood Ambulatory Care Building, 1987 November.

15 12

Dedication Dinner for Richard D. Wood Pediatric Ambulatory Care Center, 1989 June.

15 13

Dedication Ceremony for Richard D. Wood Pediatric Ambulatory Care Center, 1989 August.

16 1

R.D. Wood Ambulatory Medical Media Tour during Building Dedication Week, 1989 August.

16 2

Groundbreaking Pediatric Research Building (1992 October 28), 1992 October.

16 3

Dedication of Leonard and Madlyn Abrahmson Pediatric Research Center, 1995 May 23.

16 4

Doctors Downes and Schut Retirement Tribute, 1996 May.

16 5

Memorial Service for John W. Duckett (1936-1997), 1997.

16 6

Philadelphia-Salzburg Seminar, International Conference: American-Austrian Foundation on Neonatology for Former Iron Curtain Pediatricians, 1995-1997.

16 7

Philadelphia-Salzburg Seminar, International Conference: Shirley Bonnem's Report: "CHOP Presents Seminar in Austria for Eastern European Doctors", 1997.

16 8

Philadelphia-Salzburg Seminar, International Conference: Program Binder with Follow-Up Letters to Shirley Bonnem, 1997.

17 1

Conference "Practice Makes Perfect: Useful Strategies for Common Problems in Pediatric Practice", 2006 May.

17 2

Robert H. Fleisher Reception Area Exhibit in R.D. Wood Building. Correspondence Relating to Exhibit, 1988 June to 1990 September.

18 1

Robert H. Fleisher Reception Area Exhibit in R.D. Wood Building. Correspondence Relating to Exhibit, 1990 September to 1992 October.

18 2

Robert H. Fleisher Reception Area Exhibit in R.D. Wood Building. Exhibit Captions, History Drafts, 1991 June.

18 3

Robert H. Fleisher Reception Area Exhibit in R.D. Wood Building on CHOP History, 1991 June.

18 4

Abramson Research Building Historical Exhibit Contents and Layout, 1995 March to 1995 June.

18 5

Abramson Research Building Historical Exhibits, Correspondence, 1995 April to 1996 October.

18 6

D.  Press Releases, Fact Sheets, and Histories.

Box Folder

Press Releases, 1952.

19 1

Press Releases, 1953.

19 2

Press Releases, 1954.

19 3

Press Releases: Polio Vaccine, 1954 March to 1955 August.

19 4

Press Release: Working Committee on US Public Health Service Study: "Planning a Children's Medical Center", 1962.

19 5

Press Releases: Clinical Research Center, 1966.

19 6

Press Release: "Philadelphia Plan" in Construction of CHOP Building, circa 1970.

19 7

Press Release: New Building Construction Specs, 1970.

19 8

Press Releases, 1970.

19 9

Press Release: Maria Rosaria Maillaro of Milan, Italy, Open Heart Surgery at CHOP, 1972 February.

19 10

Press Releases, 1974.

19 11

Press Releases: New Building Dedication, HRH PRincess Margaret and Lord Snowdon, 1974 April to 1974 May.

19 12

Press Release re: Move to 34th and Civic Center Blvd, 1974 June.

19 13

Press Releases, 1979.

19 14

Press Releases, 1982.

19 15

Press Releases, 1986.

19 17

Press Releases, 1988.

19 18

Press Releases, 1989.

19 19

Press Release: File on the Human Genome Center at CHOP Campus, 1991-1992.

19 20

Press Releases: Groundbreaking for New Pediatric Research Building, 1992 October.

19 21

Press Releases: David Cornfeld, M.D., Obituary, 1993 February.

19 22

Press Releases, 1994.

19 23

Press Release: First Fetal Surgery, 1996 May.

19 24

Press Release: "Partners for Child Safety: An Initiative of State Farm Insurance Co. and CHOP to Enhance Child Safety in Automobiles", 1997 May.

19 25

Press Releases, 1998.

19 26

Press Releases, 1999.

19 27

Press Releases, 2000.

19 28

Press Release: Vaccine Education Center at CHOP, 2000-2003.

19 29

Press Release: Press Materials Packets, 2000-2001.

19 30

Press Releases, 2001.

20 1

Press Release: Chromose 22, 2001 March.

20 2

Press Release: Methadone, 2001 June.

20 3

Press Release: Website Relaunch Press Kit, 2001 June.

20 4

Press Release Packet: "Major $650 Million, Five Year Expansion of the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia ...", 2001 June.

20 5

Press Release: Children's Magazine Names CHOP the Number One Children's Hospital in the US", 2003 January.

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20
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6

Press Release: Genetic Disorders, undated.

20 7

Press Releases: Conjoined Twins Pamela and Patricia Schatz, 1957-1959.

20 8

Press Releases: Conjoined Twins Clara and Altagracia Rodriguez Surgery, 1974.

20 9

Press Releases: Conjoined Twins Baby A and Baby B, 1977 October to 1978 January.

20 10

Press Release: Conjoined Twins Claire and Emily Taylor, 1984.

20 11

Press Release: Conjoined Twins LaTrease and Sharease Morgan, 1985.

20 12

Press Releases: Conjoined Twins: Clara Rodriguez's Visit with Dr. C.E. Koop, 1985 August.

20 13

Press Release: Conjoined Twins Baby A and Baby B from Brooklyn, NY, 1987 January.

20 14

Press Releases: Conjoined Twins Wikitoria and Weronika Palen (Poland), 2000 February.

20 15

Fact Sheets, Histories: CHOP's Social Work Department History, 1913, 2001.

21 1

Fact Sheets: History of the Hospital, 1952-1966.

21 2

CHOP History: "100 Years of Progress in Child Health", 1954 October.

21 3

CHOP History: "100 years of Progress in Child Health", late 1960s.

21 4

Fact Sheets, Histories: CHOP Basic Facts Wallet Card, 1967.

21 5

Histories: List of CHOP Presidents and Administrators, 1968 January 8.

21 6

Fact Sheets, Histories: Historical Information Compiled on Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children, 1969-1994.

21 7

Fact Sheets, Histories: History of CHOP for Supervisory Training Course, 1969.

21 8

Fact Sheets: Chronological Medical Fact Sheet, circa 1970.

21 9

Fact Sheet: "Contributions of the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia to the Nation's Health and Welfare", 1971.

21 10

Fact Sheets, Histories: New Building vs. Old Building, 1972.

21 11

Fact Sheets, Histories: Heat Recovery System Designed for Building at 34th and Civic Center Blvd, circa 1974.

21 12

Fact Sheets, History: The Children's Hospital and Child Guidance Center Fact Sheet, circa 5-1974.

21 13

Fact Sheets, Histories: Special Programs at the New Building, 34th and Civic Center Blvd, circa 1974 May.

21 14

Fact Sheets, Histories: Fact Sheets on Dedication Observance for New Building, 34th and Civic Center Blvd, 1974 May 6.

21 15

Fact Sheets, Histories: Medical Contributions, 1975-1980, undated.

21 16

CHOP History, 1976.

21 17

Fact Sheets: Child Abuse, circa 1979.

21 18

Program and Service Fact Sheets, 1979.

21 19

Medicaid Project Chronology and Correspondence, 1980 November to 1982 June.

21 20

CHOP Histories: Layout for Historical Exhibit CHOP Chronology, circa 1985.

21 21

Fact Sheets, Histories: CHOP Chronology of Buildings (1855-1986), 1986.

21 22

Fact Sheets, Histories: 1987 ASHPR Touchstone Awards, 1987.

21 23

Fact Sheets, 1987.

21 24

Histories, circa 1989.

21 25

Fact Sheets: CHOP Firsts, 1991, 2000, undated.

21 26

Fact Sheets, Histories: CHOP Firsts, History as a Research Institution, 1991 April.

21 27

Fact Sheets, Histories: Interview with Roger Wood on Design and Construction of Pediatric Research Building, circa 1992.

21 28

Fact Sheets: "Genetic Advances at CHOP", circa 2000.

21 29

Fact Sheets: "The Economic Impact of the Healthcare Industry in the Philadelphia Area" re: Healthy Security Act, 1994 February.

21 30

Children's Hospital Chronologies: Institutional History, 1994, undated.

Box Folder

Histories: Shirley Bonnem's Book, Revisions, 1995.

21 32

Fact Sheets, Histories: Philadelphia Hospital Histories for "A Walking Tour of Medical Philadelphia" video narrated by Dr. C. E. Koop, 1996.

21 33

Fact Sheet: General Information, 1997.

22 1

Fact Sheets and Histories: CHOP's Relationship with the Merck Co., 1998 June 17.

22 2

Fact Sheets: Unit Descriptions, undated.

22 3

Fact Sheets: Department of Otolaryngology (ENT), undated.

22 4

Fact Sheets: Diseases, undated.

22 5

Fact Sheets and Histories: Pediatric Ambulatory Clinical Care Building, undated.

22 6

Shirley Bonnem's Complete CHOP History File, undated.

22 7

E.  Publications.

i.  Various Publications.

Box Folder

"Bulletin", 1913-1914.

23

CHOP Newsletter (Employee), 1950, 1959.

23 2

"The Children's Hospital Thermometer"; Published for Employees of CHOP, 1951-1955.

23 3

"Pediatric Brevia", 1954-1959.

23 4

"Alumni Abstracts", 1972-1973.

23 5

"1855 to 1974: The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia in Perspective" for the Dedication Observance of the Children's Hospital and Child Guidance Center, 1974 May 6.

23 6

"Vital Statistics", 1978-1989.

23 7

"Between Times", 1982-1986.

23 8

"Blueprint", 1989.

23 9

"CHOPTALK" for Employees, 1990-1997.

23 10

"Children's Doctor" for Primary Care Physicians, 1995-2003.

23 11

"Employee Annual Report", 1995, 1998.

23 12

"Kids Carousel of Health News" for Families, 1997-2001.

23 13

"At A Glance" Newsletter for Employees, 1999-2006.

23 14

"Voices" Employee Opinion Survey, 2001.

23 15

"Onward and Upward" Newsletter, 2001.

23 16

Annual Highlights "Promoting the Vision", 7-2002 to 7-2003.

23 17

"Thermometer, circa late 1950s.

25 1

"Children's Hospital News" precursor to CH Times, 1959.

25 2

"Report from Administration", 1962.

25 3

ii.  Informational Brochures.

Box Folder

Parents, circa 1955-1964.

24 1

Informational Brochures on Continuing Education Conferences, Events at CHOP, collected by PR, 1972-2000.

24 2

"No More Lead for Leroy", 1972.

24 3

"The Healthy Child in the Healthy Family" Brochures, Spring 1984.

24 4

Patient Information "Surgical Services at CHOP", 1985.

24 5

Informational Brochures on the Cardiac Center at CHOP, circa 1998.

24 6

Informational Brochures for CHOP Care Centers, undated.

24 7

Patient Brochures in Japanese, undated.

24 8

Informational Brochures for Parents (Billing, Coping, etc.), undated.

24 9

Informational Brochures for Pediatric Illnesses, undated.

24 10

Informational Brochures from the Poison Center, undated.

24 11

Public Safety and Health Awareness Brochures, undated.

24 12

iii.  "Children's Hospital Times".

Box Folder

"Children's Hospital Times", 1963-1964.

25 4

"Children's Hospital Times", 1967-1968.

25 5

"Children's Hospital Times", 1969-1970.

25 6

"Children's Hospital Times", 1971-1972.

25 7

"Children's Hospital Times", 1973-1974.

25 8

"Children's Hospital Times", 1975.

26 1

"Children's Hospital Times", 1985-1989.

26 2

"Children's Hospital Times", 1990-1991.

26 3

"Children's Hospital Times", 1992-1993.

27 1

"Children's Hospital Times", 1994, 1995, 1998, 1999.

27 2

"Children's Hospital Times", 2000-2005.

27 3

iv.  "Notes".

Box Folder

"Notes", 1964-1965.

28 1

"Notes", 1966-1967.

28 2

"Notes", 1968-1969.

28 3

"Notes", 1970-1971.

28 4

"Notes", 1972-1973.

28 5

"Notes", 1974-1975.

28 6

"Notes", 1976-1977.

28 7

"Notes", 1978-1979.

28 8

"Notes", 1980-1981.

28 9

"Notes", 1982-1983.

29 1

"Notes", 1984-1985.

29 2

"Notes", 1986-1987.

29 3

"Notes", 1989.

29 4

v.  "Children's View".

Box Folder

"Children's View", 1989-1990.

29 5

"Children's View", 1991-1992.

29 6

"Children's View", 1992.

30 1

"Children's View", 1993-1994.

30 2

"Children's View", 1995-1996.

30 3

"Children's View", 2000-2001.

30 4

"Children's View", 2002-2003.

30 5

"Children's View", 2004.

30 6

F.  Volunteer Organizations.

i.  Auxiliary.

Box Folder

Memos, Minutes, Correspondence, 1950-1954.

31 1

Benefit Ball, 1953.

31 2

Memos, Minutes, Correspondence, 1954-1960.

31 3

Monthly and Yearly Meeting Minutes, 1960-1964.

31 4

Memos, Monthly and Yearly Meeting Minutes, Correspondence, 1964-1965.

31 5

"The Auxilliary Leader" and "Hospital Auxilliary Handbook", 1964, 1971.

31 6

Memos, Minutes, Correspondence, 1966.

31 7

Memos, Minutes, Correspondence, 1967.

31 8

Memos, Minutes, Correspondence, 1967-1970.

32 1

The Daisy, CHOP's Gift Shop, 1974-1990, undated.

32 2

History of the Women's Committee, 1989.

32 3

CHOP Shop Committee: Rules of Organization/By-Laws, undated.

32 4

By-Laws, undated.

32 5

ii.  Women’s League.

Box Folder

Carousel Ball, 1967.

32 6

Carousel Ball Program, 1968.

32 7

Carousel Ball, 1969.

32 8

"History of the League of the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, 1969, 1981.

32 9

Carousel Ball, 1970.

33 1

Carousel Ball, 1971.

33 2

Carousel Ball, 1972.

33 3

Carousel Ball, 1973.

33 4

Carousel Ball, 1974.

33 5

History of the League, Membership Lists, 1975-1978.

33 6

Carousel Ball, 1979.

33 7

Carousel Ball Sponsor List, 1981.

33 8

Carousel Ball: Planning and Timetable, 1983.

33 9

Carousel Ball, 1984.

33 10

Invitations and Programs to Carousel Ball at Philadelphia Zoo, 1985.

34 1

Carousel Ball Planning, 1985.

34 2

Carousel Ball, 1987.

34 3

Carousel Ball, 1989.

34 4

Carousel Ball, 1993.

34 6

Carousel Ball, 1997.

34 7

iii.  Executive Council of Volunteer Organizations (ECVO).

Box Folder

Incorporation of EVCO; Includes By-Laws of All Member Organizations, 1970-1985, undated.

34 8

Minutes; History, 1972-1990.

34 9

"Background Information"; Memos, 1974-1985.

34 10

EVCO Publication "Volunteers in Philanthropy" (VIP), 2001-2003.

34 11

iv.  Other Volunteer Groups.

Box Folder

Lady Visitors of CHOP: Donation Day Announcement, 1884.

34 12

Hospital and Laboratory Costs: Rates and Charges, 1959.

34 13

Friends of Lynn Saligman, 1966-1984.

34 14

Northern Friends of Children's Hospital, 1975-1983.

34 15

Needlework Division, 1990.

34 16

III.  Planning and Development, 1954-2003. 10 boxes.

Series Description

Series III: Planning and Development

The “Planning and Development” series consists of five subseries, 10 boxes, and spans the years 1954 to 2003. The first subseries contains a correspondence file from Alexander B. Wheeler, who served as Director for many years. Wheeler was responsible for much of the material contained in this series, and spearheaded such efforts as Long Range Planning Committee, CHOP’s participation in the National Association of Children's Hospitals and Related Institutions (NACHRI) and the institution wide reporting that comprise the sub-subseries, “USPHS Project/ W-133.” The USPHS/ W-133 Project was funded by a grant from the United States Public Health Service during the early 1960’s for which members of CHOP’s medical and administrative staff conducted studies and wrote reports on various considerations in the planning of a children’s medical center in an urban environment. Much of the work from this project can be said to have lead to the new CHOP facility completed in 1974 at 34th Street and Civic Center Boulevard. Within the USPHS Project sub-subseries, there are a number of draft reports, including edits, and memos on the project’s progress, as well as final versions.

A.  Alexander B. Wheeler, Director of Planning and Development, 1960-1996.

Box Folder

Correspondence, 1976-1985.

35 1

NACHRI Council on Continuing Education, 11-1983.

35 2

B.  Fundraising.

Box Folder

Brochure on New Research Building at 726-36 South 17th Street, 1954.

35 3

Plan of Action: Centennial Development Campgin for CHOP, 10-1954.

35 4

CHOP $2,750,000 Centennial Development Campaign, 1955.

35 5

Report "Fundraising Support for a New Children's Hospital Medical Center ... Survey, Analysis, and Plan", 3-1964.

35 6

"$23 Million Building Fund Preview", 3-1966.

35 7

"$35 Million Building Fund for New Children's Hospital and Child Guidance Center", Circa 1966-1967.

35 8

Campaign Brochure: "Children's Hospital of Philadelphia And the Philadelphia Child Guidance Center", 2-1967.

35 9

Varsity Club Agreement, 9/1968 - 6/1969.

35 10

Publication: "Campaign Update", 1969-1996.

35 11

"Wish Book", 1973, undated.

35 12

Correspondence, 1975.

35 13

Business Plans and Endowments, 1976-1987.

35 14

CHOP Medical Advancement Program: Program Development Study and DOnor Pamphlet, 1977-1984.

35 15

Correspondence, 1979.

36 1

Remarks by Alexander Wheeler, Director of Development, on Department History, 6/1984 to 12-1984.

36 2

"At the Core of Care: A Campaign for the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia", circa 1990.

36 3

"Today's Research, Tomorrow's Care", 1992-1998.

36 4

Donations and Memorial Funds, 1994-1997.

36 5

John W. Duckett Jr Center for Pediatric Urology, 6/1999 - 12/1999.

36 6

"A Plan to Significantly Expand Philanthropy to Children's Hospital", 2003.

36 7

Brochures on Giving, undated.

36 8

C.  Building Campaigns.

Box Folder

Report: "Developing a Building Program for the New Children's Hospital of Philadelphia", 1936.

36 9

Planning for a New Children's Medical Center, 1962-1966.

36 10

Joint Medical Center: Overview of Architectural Firms Consulted and New Building Construction for CHOP, 1962-1970.

36 11

Report from Architects Harbeson, Hough, Livinston & Larson: "Report on Design Planning for CHOP", 1963 August.

36 12

Proposal for a Children's Medical Center "CHOP: A Basic Statement: Its Assets, Achievements, and Plans", 1964 December.

37 1

Department of Public Health: Project #15-001-1-85: Tri-Institutional Nurse Education Building: CHOP, PGH, and HUP, 1966-1967.

37 2

Bainbridge Street Floor Plan, 1967.

37 3

34th and Civic Center Blvd Architecture 1968-1975, 1982, 1968-1982.

37 4

34th and Civic Center Blvd: New Equipment and Facilities Planning Memos, 1968-1970.

37 5

"Philadelphia Plan" Implementation in Construction of New Building at 34th and Civic Center Blvd, 1969.

37 6

34th and Civic Center Blvd Blueprints, 1970-1972.

37 7

34th and Civic Center Blvd Construction Costs, 1970-1974.

37 8

34th and Civic Center Blvd Floorplans, 1971-1974.

37 9

Bainbridge Street Sale Literature, 1972-1973.

37 10

34th and Civic Center Blvd, Planning for New Infant and Pediatric Intensive Care Units, 1972.

38 1

34th and Civic Center Blvd, Planning, 1973 January - 1973 April.

38 2

34th and Civic Center Blvd, Report on "Status of New Building Committee Assignments and Special Projects", 1973 March.

38 3

34th and Civic Center Blvd, "Status Report of New Building Committee Assignments and Special Reports", 1973 March.

38 4

34th and Civic Center Blvd Brochure, 1974.

38 5

Coordinating Committee Materials from the Move to 34th and Civic Center Blvd, 1974.

38 6

34th and Civic Center Blvd, Storage Efficiency Report, 1974.

38 7

Cost Allocation for New Facilities, 1974, 1976.

38 8

"Children's Hospital's Interest in PGH Property", 1976.

38 9

34th and Civic Center Blvd Energy Conservation and Heat Reclaim System, 1977-1987.

38 10

Report: "CHOP: Facade Remediation Study/Schematic Design" by KPF, 1998 June 3.

38 11

Campus Expansion Project, 2001.

38 12

D.  Long Range Planning.

i.  Long Range Planning Committee.

Box Folder

Children's Hospital Development Program Report, 1977 April - 1977 September.

38 13

Long Range Plan Report by Gerald Katz and Assoc., Inc. - Executive Summary, 1980.

38 14

Long Range Plan Report by Gerald Katz and Assoc., Inc. (pages 1-135), 1980.

38 15

Long Range Plan Report by Gerald Katz and Assoc., Inc. (pages 136-258), 1980.

39 1

Medical Advancement Program, 1981-1983.

39 2

Report: "Feasibility/Planning Study Conducted by John Grenzebache and Assoc.", 1990 September.

39 3

Report "The Impact of Our Growth", 1991 January.

39 4

Resolutions, 1996.

39 5

Comprehensive Strategic Plan: 2000-2007, 1999 October.

39 6

E.  NACHRI, Inc.

Box Folder

Conference of Children's Hospital Executives Council "The Special Needs of Children's Hospitals", 1972 May.

39 7

"Hospital Marketing" presentation by Warren C. Falberg, M.D., 1976 June.

39 8

NACHRI Newsletter, 1976.

39 9

NACHRI Conference, Philadelphia 1976: Brochures and Programs, 1976 June.

39 10

NACHRI Study to Quantify the Uniqueness of Children's Hospitals: Protocal Study, Draft and Final Versions, 1977.

39 11

NACHRI Study to Quantify the Uniqueness of Children's Hospitals: Summary of Major Findings, 1978.

39 12

NACHRI: Memos, 1993, undated.

39 13

NACHRI Protocal, 1978.

39 14

NACHRI Study to Quantify the Uniqueness of Children's Hospitals: Final Report, 1978.

40 1

ii.  USPHS Project/ W-133.

Box Folder

Advisory Committee on Children's Medical Center: Meeting Minutes, 1961 June 24.

40 2

USPHS Working Committee Memos, 1961-1963.

40 3

USPHS Working Committee's Conference for Planning a New Children's Medical Centre, 1961-1963.

40 4

W-133 Manuscript Draft: A Case Study in Metropolitan Hospital Planning; Related Paper on Construction by A.B. Wheeler, 1962.

40 5

Outlines of Volumes 1 and 2, Background Considerations, Working Committee Memos, 1961 September to 1962 June.

40 6

USPHS Working Committee: "Planning A Children's Medical Center: A Case Study in a Metropolitan Setting" Revised Outline of Case Study, 1962 September 5.

40 7

USPHS Working Committee's Report "Planning ..." Revised Draft, Chapter 1, 1962 August.

40 8

USPHS Working Committee's Report "Planning ..." Revised Draft, Chapter 3, 1962 July.

40 9

USPHS Working Committee's Report "Planning ...", Revised Draft, Volume 1, Chapter 4, 1962 June - 1962 September.

41 1

USPHS Working Committee's Report "Planning ...", Revised Draft, Volume 2, Chapters 5 and 6, 1962 October 8.

41 2

USPHS Working Committee's Report "Planning ...", Revised Draft, Chapter 7, 1962 July.

41 3

USPHS Working Committee's Report "Planning ...", Revised Draft, Chapter 8, 1962 August 3.

41 4

USPHS Working Committee's Report "Planning ...", Chapter 9 "The Present Financing of Childcare in the Philadelphia Area ...", 1962 August 20.

41 5

USPHS Working Committee's Report "Planning ..." Chapter 10 "Role of Research in a Medical School-Pediatric Hospital", 1962 June 1.

42 1

USPHS Working Committee Staff Review "Summary of the Preliminary Planning for the New Children's Hospital ...", 1962 May 23.

42 2

USPHS Working Committee's: Opinions of Pediatricians, 1962.

42 3

USPHS Project: Architectural Research: "Study of Specifications for Children's Hospital Units", USPHS W-133, 1962 March 12.

42 4

USPHS Project: "The Pediatrician, The Hospital, and the Community: A Case Study in Metropolitan Hospital Planning" Preface, Table of Contents, Summary of Principle Findings and Recommendations, 1964 September 15.

42 5

USPHS Project: "A Case Study ...", Part I "Background", Chapter I "Modern Pediatrics", Chapter II, "Philadelphia: People, Progress, Paradox", 1964 September 15.

42 6

USPHS Project: "A Case Study ...", Chapter III "The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia: The Evolution of a Hospital", 1964 September 15.

42 7

USPHS Project: W-133 Manuscript Draft, Chapter IV "Major Policy Issues: Analysis and Recommendations", 1964 September 15.

42 8

USPHS Project: W-133 Manuscript Draft, Chapter V "Programs, Services, and Facilities: Education and Research", 1964 September 15.

43 1

USPHS Project: W-133 Manuscript Draft, Chapter VI "Programs and Facilities ...", 1964 September 15.

43 2

USPHS Project: W-133 Manuscript Draft, Chapter VII "Medical Staff Organization", 1964 September 15.

43 3

USPHS Project: W-133 Manuscript Draft, Chapter VIII "Nursing and Other Personnel", 1964 September 15.

43 4

USPHS Project: W-133 Manuscript Draft, Chapter IX "Operating Costs and Income", 1964 September 15.

43 5

USPHS Project: W-133 Manuscript Draft, Chapter X "Financing Capital Costs", 1964 September 15.

43 6

USPHS Project: W-133 Manuscript Draft, Chapter XI "The Planning Process ...", 1964 September 15.

43 7

USPSH "Case Study ..." Figures and End Matter, 1964.

43 8

E.  Bonds.

Box Folder

Department of Finance: CHOP AA Bond Rating, 1992 January.

44 1

Hospital Revenue Bonds, Bond Rating, 1993.

44 2

Hospital Revenue Bonds, Bond Rating, 1996.

44 3

Moody Investors Service CHOP Credit Report, 1999.

44 4

Hospital Revenue Bonds, Bond Rating, 2002.

44 5

IV.  Departments, 1936-2004. 5 boxes.

Series Description

Series IV, “Departments,” consists of five boxes, spanning the years 1936 to 2004. Subseries are arranged alphabetically by department title, and chronologically within these subseries. Of note is subseries G, “General Pediatrics,” which contains extensive information on the Infant Intensive Care Unit’s Neonatal Follow-Up Program. Subseries H, “Nursing,” contains a precise record of the planning and execution of moving patients to the new CHOP building at 34th and Civic Center Boulevard are contained.

A.  Anesthesiology.

Box Folder

Research Report and Correspondence, 1994.

45 1

B.  Child Guidance Program (CGC).

Box Folder

The Children's Activities Program, 1950-1987.

45 2

"Pediatric Pioneering" #1-6, 1965-1966.

45 3

"Pediatric Pioneering" #7-12, 1967-1968.

45 4

"Pediatric Pioneering" #13-17, 1970-1977.

45 5

"An Unfinished History of the Philadelphia Child Guidance Center" by Dorothy Haskins, 1969.

45 6

CGC, 1989-1992.

45 7

Informational Brochure, undated.

45 8

Informational Brochures, undated.

46 1

C.  Clinical Services.

Box Folder

Department of Family Services: Family Centered Care: Patient/Parent Voice Resource Group, Volunteer, 1988-1995.

46 2

Department of Family Services: Presentation on History of Family Centered Care At CHOP, 1994.

46 3

Department of Family Relations, 1996-1997.

46 4

Family Advisory Committee, 1997-1998.

46 5

D.  Dentistry.

Box Folder

Dentistry, 1975-1982.

46 6

E.  Emergency.

Box Folder

History of the Department, 1981.

46 7

G.  General Pediatrics.

Box Folder

"History of the Human Growth Institute", "History of the Institute for Rehabilitation, "History of the Institute for Pediatric Radiology", 1967-1968.

46 8

Overview of CHOP, 1967, 1969.

46 9

Training and Orientation Handbook, circa 1967.

46 10

History of Infant Intensive Care Unit, 1972-1973.

46 11

Reports on Department of Pediatrics by Jean A. Cortner, M.D.

46 12

Infant Intensive Care Unit: Neonatal Follow-Up Program, 1982-1988.

47 1

Infant Intensive Care Unit: Neonatal Follow-Up Program: Annual Reports, 1990-1994.

47 2

Infant Intensive Care Unit: Neonatal Follow-Up Program: Annual Reports, 1995-1999.

47 3

Infant Intensive Care Unit: Neonatal Follow-Up Program: Annual Reports, 2000-2004.

47 4

Fellowship Opportunitie at CHOP: Informational Brochures, 1985, 1987, undated.

47 5

Internship and Residency Training Program, 1990-1998, undated.

47 6

Continuing Medical Education, 1995-2002.

48 1

Philadelphia Pediatric AIDS Clinical Trials Unit Study, 10-1999.

48 2

Thoracic and Fetal Surgery Information Booklet, 1998.

48 3

H.  Genetics.

Box Folder

Publications, 1997-1999.

48 4

Department History by Beverly Emmanuel, Ph.D., undated.

48 5

I.  Nursing.

Box Folder

School of Nursing Alumnae Association Annual Bulletin, 1936-1944.

48 6

Pham Van Quam: Vietnamese Child Admission, 1969.

48 7

General Department Information and Correspondence, 1971-2004.

48 8

Department Needs for New Building at 34th and Civic Center Blvd, 1971.

48 9

Plan for Moving to New Building at 34th and Civic Center Blvd, 1973.

48 10

Plan for Moving to New Building at 34th and Civic Center Blvd, 1974.

48 11

Recruitment Information Packets, 1970s-1990s.

48 12

"A Historical Perspective on Nursing: Mothers and Children" by Hildegard E. Peplau.

48 13

Annual Reports, 2000-2003.

48 14

J.  Oncology.

Box Folder

Bone Marrow Transplants at CHOP, 1982.

49 1

Research Accomplishments, 1970 to Present, 1994, undated.

49 2

K.  Operating Room.

Box Folder

"The Stitch" Newsletter for the Operating Room Complex of CHOP, 1997.

49 3

L.  Opthamology.

Box Folder

Ophthamology, 1968-1988.

49 4

M.  Radiology.

Box Folder

Diagnostic Center Five Year Report, 1989-1994.

49 5

Diagnostic Center Activity Report, 1998.

49 6

N.  Research.

Box Folder

History, 1967, 1998.

49 7

Annual Report, 1963 June.

49 8

Annual Report, 1964 June.

49 9

Annual Report, 1967 June.

49 10

Annual Report, 1967 June.

49 11

Annual Report, 1967 June.

49 12

NIH Funding, 1992-1999.

49 13

"Pediatric Research At CHOP": Faculty Retreat Summary, 1994.

49 14

5th International Pediatric Nephrology Symposium, in Philadelphia (1980), 1995.

49 15

Grant Applications and Protocals for Clinical Research, 1995, 1999.

49 16

Department of Technology Transfer: Clinical Testing, 2001.

49 17

Town Hall Meeting at Joseph Stokes, Jr. Research Institute, 2001 September.

49 18

"Bench to Bedside", 2003-2004.

49 19

Children's Clinical Research Institute (CCRI), undated.

49 20

"Unravelling the Mysteries ... A Clinical and Laboratory Research Record, Past and Present", undated.

49 21

V.  Biographical Files, 1942-2003. 26 boxes.

Series Description

Series V: Biographies

Series V contains 26 boxes, and spans the years 1942 to 2003. The series is organized alphabetically by last name and includes members of medical and administrative staff at CHOP. Types of materials within each of these files consists of: curriculum vitae, published journal articles, newspaper clippings, and obituaries. Most importantly are transcripts of two series of Historical Interviews of staff members executed by Shirley Bonnem, first in 1992, and then again in 1999. Some of these files will contain interviews from one or both rounds of interviews. Participants were asked to review the transcripts, submit changes or clarifications, which would then be incorporated by Bonnem. Information from these historical interview transcripts were used in Shirley Bonnem’s books, “ The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, 1974-1994: Two Decades: an Informal Report,” published in 1995, and “The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, 1995-2001: a Hospital on the Move: a Report on Change,” published in 2003.

A few of the interviews are restricted for a period of 15 years. The rest of the biographical information on these people have been kept in the accessible parts of the collection. Restricted interviews have been placed in box 75. There are two outstanding files within the Biographical series. The first is of Jean Cortner, Physician in Chief at CHOP from 1974 to 1986. In addition to his biographical file, which contains historical interviews, speeches he gave, press, and information on his memorial service, also included are the contents of his bibliography, with copies of each of his published medical articles.

Second is the C. Everett Koop files, which are contained in boxes 60 to 64. Koop was Surgeon in Chief from 1946 to 1981, when he left CHOP to serve under Ronald Reagan and George Bush as Surgeon in General. Koop’s biographical files are extensive, and cover his career at CHOP, as Surgeon General, and after. The Koop files contain his bibliography and copies of his published works, awards he was nominated for, as well as correspondence within and to CHOP throughout the years. Coverage of such surgeries as the separation of conjoined twins (most notably the Rodriguez twins in 1975) can be found in these files as well. There is also coverage of medical ethics issues, such as that surrounding the Baby Doe Controversy, which lead to Congress’s passing of the “Baby Doe Amendment.”

1.  A-E.

Box Folder

Adamson, William T., 6-28-1999.

50 1

Adamnson, Peter C., 12-2002.

50 2

Adzick, N. Scott, 1995-1999.

50 3

Allen, Frederick H., circa 1990s.

50 4

Allen, Julian Lewis, 1999.

50 5

Altschuler, Steven M., 1992-2003.

50 6

Ames, (Raffensperger), Mary D., 1969-1990, undated.

50 7

Andereck, Janet M., 1988-1992.

50 8

Aplenc, Richard, 1999.

50 9

Asakura, Toshio (includes Japanese-language "Japanese Philadelphians: The Cultural Exchange Between Philadelphia and Japan Since 1860), 1994-2002 , undated.

50 10

Athreya, Balu, 1992-1995.

50 11

Bachman, Leonard, 1990-1995.

50 12

Baker, Lester, 1994-2000.

51 1

Baldwin, H. Scott, 1999.

51 2

Ballard, Philip, 1994-1999, undated.

51 3

Ballard, Roberta A.

51 4

Barbero, Giulio J., 1997.

51 5

Barnsteiner, Jane, 1992-1999.

51 6

Bartlett, Scott P., 1999.

51 7

Batshaw, Mark L., 1995-1997.

51 8

Baumgart, Stephen, 1995.

51 9

Bedrossian, Laura, 2000.

51 10

Benton, Tami D., 1999, undated.

51 11

Bernbaum Judy C., 1982-2000.

51 12

Barman, Peter, 1990, 1999.

51 13

Bishop, Harry C., 1980, 1992.

51 14

Bongiovanni, Alfred M., 1955-1994, undated.

51 15

Borne, Patricia F., 1992-1996, undagted.

52 1

Boyer, Debra, 1999.

52 2

Bridges, Nancy D., 1999.

52 3

Brodeur, Garrett M., 1995-1999.

52 4

Broennle, A Michael.

52 5

Brooks, Mary M., circa late 1960s.

52 6

Brown, Christina D., 1996-1999.

52 7

Brown, Lawrence W., 1999-2000.

52 8

Cady, Charlotte E., 1992-2002.

52 9

Canning, Douglas A., 1997-1999.

52 10

Carey, William B., 1990-1999.

52 11

Carpenter, Howard Childs, 1971-1985, undated.

52 12

Catallozi, Marina and Nordgren, Robert, 1999.

52 13

Cecil, Henry S., 1959, 1992.

52 14

Chapple, Charles C., 1979.

52 15

Charney, Edward B., 1977-1994.

52 16

Chatten, Jane, 1999.

52 17

Christian, Cindy W., 1999.

52 18

Classick, Susan B., 1999.

52 19

Cnaan, Avital, 1999.

52 20

Coffey, Helen Therese, R.N., 1992.

52 21

Cohen, Alan R., 1992-2001.

53 1

Cohen, David E., 1999.

53 2

Cohen, Seymour S., 1994.

53 3

Cohn, Robert M., 1992.

53 4

Colket, Ruth, 1993.

53 5

Coriell, Lewis L., 1983, 1993, undated.

53 6

Cornfeld, David, 1983-1997.

53 7

Cortner, Jean A., 1976-2006.

53 8

Cortner, Jean A.: CV and List of Published Papers from Binder "Original Papers and Chapters, 1959 to Present, by Jean A. Cortner, M.D.", 5-1999.

54 1

Cortner, Jean A.: Papers Published 1959-1970, from Bibliography Binder, 1999.

54 2

Cortner, Jean A.: Papers Published 1971-1979, from Bibliography Binder, 1999.

54 3

Cortner, Jean A.: Papers Published 1993-1998, from Bibliography Binder, 1999.

54 5

Cortner, Jean A.: Book Chapters and Reviews 1987-1996, from Bibliography Binder, 1999.

54 6

Costarino, Andrew T., Jr., 1998, 1999, undated.

55 1

Crombleholme, Timothy M., 1999.

55 2

D'Angio, Giulio J., 1992-1997.

55 3

David, Joseph B., undated.

55 4

DeCampli, William M., 1998.

55 5

Dormans, John P., 1998-1999.

55 6

Dougherty, Christopher, 1999.

55 7

Doughty, Robert A., 1993.

55 8

Douglas, Steven D., 1991-2000.

55 9

Downes, John J., 1967, 1987-1999.

55 10

Doyle, Margaret G., 1994-1995.

55 11

Drummond, Denis S., 1992.

55 12

Duckett, John W., 1990.

55 13

Duckett, John W., 1990-1997.

56 1

Duhaime, Anne-Christine, 1998.

56 2

Durbin, Dennis R., 1999-2000.

56 3

Eiswerth, Barry (Architect), 1992-1993.

56 4

Emanuel, Barry S., 1992-1999.

56 5

Emery, Penny, 1999.

56 6

Evans, Audrey E., 1992-1999.

56 7

Faulkner, Anne, 1999.

56 8

2.  F-Kn.

Box Folder

Fein, Joel, 1999.

56 9

Felix, Carolyn A., 1999.

56 10

Fellows, Kenneth E., 1994-2000.

56 11

Finkel, Terri H., 1999.

56 12

Flake, Alan W., 1996-1999.

56 13

Fox, William W., 1984-1997.

56 14

Francis, Susan C., 1916, 1934, 1938, 1962, 1987.

57 1

Frazier, Seth, 1997-2000.

57 2

Friedman, Sydney, 1991-1999.

57 3

Gelfond, Ann, 1994.

57 4

Giardino, Angelo P., 1999.

57 5

Gill, Frances M., 1992-1995.

57 6

Gilmer, Albert W., Esq., 1992-1993.

57 7

Ginsburg, Kenneth R., 1999-2000.

57 8

Gittings, John Caxton, 1933, undated.

57 9

Glick, Mary Catherine, 1992-1999.

57 10

Godinez, Rodolfo I., 1999.

57 11

Goldberg, Allen I., 1977-1995.

57 12

Golden, Jeffrey A., 1999.

57 13

Gosnay, Margaret, 1995.

57 14

Goulding, Erna I., 1978-1995.

57 15

Greeley, William J., 1996, 1999.

57 16

Griffith, J.P. Crozer, 1936.

57 17

Grunstein, Michael M., 1993-1999.

58 1

Haecker, Trude A., 1999-2000.

58 2

Handler, Steven D., 1991-1999.

58 3

Hardie, Margaret M., circa 1995.

58 4

Harris, Susanna, 1949-1980, undated.

58 5

Harris, T.N., 1945-1973, 1994, undated.

58 6

Hawkins, Llinda A., 1999.

58 7

Hedrick, Holly L., 2000.

58 8

Helfaer, Mark A., 1999-2000.

58 9

Helpin, Mark L., 2000.

58 10

Hemsley, Stanley E., 1999.

58 11

Henle, Werner and Gertrude, 1968.

58 12

Henle, Werner and Gertrude, 1968-1992.

59 1

Heyman, Sydney, 1994.

59 2

Hicks, Brenda J., 1994.

59 3

High, Katherine Ann, 1999.

59 4

Hollander, Joseph Lee, 1996.

59 5

Honig, Paul J., 1992-2000.

59 6

Hope, John W., 1956-1964.

59 7

Hope, Mary C., 1971-1978.

59 8

Hough, William J.H., 1995.

59 9

Howell, Lori, 1999.

59 10

Hummeler, Klaus, 1980-2002, undated.

59 11

Jacobs, Ian N., 1999.

59 12

Johnston, Richard B., Jr., 1990-1998.

59 13

Kaplan, Bernard S., 1998.

60 1

Kaplan, Paige (Berman), 1999.

60 2

Karesh, Henry J., 1999.

60 3

Kinsman, Sara, 2000.

60 8

Katowitz, James A., 1992-1999.

60 4

Katzman, Edwin C., 1999.

60 5

Kaye, Robert, 1992.

60 6

Kazak, Anne E., 1992-1999.

60 7

Kirschner, Richard E., 1999.

60 9

Kitts, Albert W., 1991-1999.

60 10

Koop, C. Everett, 1974-1997, undated.

60 11

Koop, C. Everett, 1971-2003.

60 12

Koop, C. Everett: Bibliography, Table of Contents 1942-1981, 1981.

61 1

Koop, C. Everett: Bibliography, Articles 1942-1945, 1942-1945.

61 2

Koop, C. Everett: Bibliography, Articles 1945-1952, 1945-1952.

61 3

Koop, C. Everett: Bibliography, 1952-1955, 1952-1955.

61 4

Koop, C. Everett: Bibliography, 1955, 1955.

61 5

Koop, C. Everett: Bibliography, 1956-1958, 1956-1958.

61 6

Koop, C. Everett: Bibliography, 1960-1962, 1960-1962.

61 7

Koop, C. Everett: Bibliography, 1964-1967, 1964-1967.

62 1

Koop, C. Everett: Bibliography, 1968-1975, 1968-1975.

62 2

Koop, C. Everett: Bibliography, 1977-1981, 1977-1981.

62 3

Koop, C. Everett: Bibliography, "History of Pediatric Surgery", 4/1979.

62 4

Koop, C. Everett: Reprints of Published Works, 1943-2003.

63 1

Koop, C. Everett: Excerpt from Koop's Autobiography, undated.

63 2

Koop, C. Everett: Surgical Report on Schatz Siamese Twins, 10-1957.

63 3

Koop, C. Everett: Speeches, 1965-1991, undated.

63 4

Koop, C. Everett: Governor's Award Application Materials, 1979-1992.

63 5

Speeches, Events, Awards Honoring Koop, 1975-2001, undated.

63 6

Koop, C. Everett: Awards, Events, Correspondence, 1960-1979.

64 1

Koop, C. Everett: Awards, Events, Correspondence, 1980-1981.

64 2

Koop, C. Everett: Awards, Events, Correspondence, 1982-1987.

64 3

Koop, C. Everett: Awards, Events, Correspondence, 1988-1990.

64 4

Koop, C. Everett: Awards and Events, 1991-2003, undated.

64 5

Koop, C. Everett: Images, circa 1980s.

64 6

3.  Kr-Kz.

Box Folder

Kravis, Lillian, 1993-1999.

65 1

Krogman, Wilton M., 1987.

65 2

Kurth, Charles Dean, 1999.

65 3

4.  L-Sr.

Box Folder

Lange, Beverly J, 1999.

65 4

Larossa, Don, 1999-2000.

65 5

Lea, Arthur H. "History of the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia", 1933.

65 6

Lecks, Harold I., 1981.

65 7

Levy, Robert J., 1997-2000.

65 8

Lloyd, Michele, 1999.

65 9

Ludwig, Stephen, 1982-2000.

65 10

Mahboubi, Soroosh, 1991-2000.

65 11

Manno, Catherine S., 1999-2000.

65 12

Markowitz, Richard I., 1999.

65 13

Marsh, Roger R., 1999.

65 14

Mauro, Anthony, 1992-1995.

65 15

McDonald-McGinn, Donna M., 1999.

65 17

McDonough, John L., 2000.

65 16

McGuinness, Aims C., 1957-1981.

65 18

Meadows, Anna T., 1992-1999.

66 1

Mellman, William J., 1967.

66 2

Moshang, Thomas, 1999.

66 3

Murphy, Kathryn M., 1999.

66 4

Nelson, Robert M., 1999-2000.

66 5

Nicholson, Jesse T., 1955.

66 6

Nicholson, Susan C., 1999.

66 7

Norman, Michael E., circa 1990s.

66 8

Offit, Paul A., 1997-2002.

66 9

Ohene-Frempong, Kwaku, 1992-2000.

66 10

Oliver, Jane, undated.

66 11

Oski, Frank, 1996.

66 12

Page, Mae L., 1998.

66 13

Parker, Beatrice, 1992.

66 14

Pasquariello, Patrick S., 1975-1998.

67 1

Pawlowski, Nicholas A., 1999.

67 2

Pereira, Gilberto R., 1992-1997.

67 3

Perry, Anna E., 1992.

67 4

Pew, R. Anderson, 1992-1999.

67 5

Phillips, Peter C., 1998.

67 6

Piccoli, David A., 1999.

67 7

Pleasure, David E., 1992-1999.

67 8

Plotkin, Stanley A., 1970-1997.

67 9

Polgar, George, 1970.

67 10

Polin, Richard, 1997.

67 11

Polise, Karen, 1999.

68 1

Pollack, David M., 1999.

68 2

Potsic, William P., 1992-1997.

68 3

Quinn, Graham E., 1992-1999.

68 4

Radbill, Samuel X (including a history of CHOP and catalogue of Radbill's Pediatric History Library), 1974-2000, undated.

68 5

Randall, Peter, 1992-1998.

69 1

Raphaely, Russel C., 1991-1997.

69 2

Rappaport, Milton, circa 1963.

69 3

Rashkind, William J., 1986.

69 4

Rhodes, Jonathan, E., 2002.

69 5

Ritter, Frances L., 1992.

69 6

Rivest, Jeffrey A., 1995-2000.

69 7

Robinson, Michael B., 1999.

69 8

Rodgers, John L., 1992.

69 9

Rome, Jonathan J., 1999.

69 10

Rorke, Lucy B., 1999-2000.

69 11

Rudy, Bret J., 1999.

69 12

Rutstein, Richard M., 1999.

69 13

Ryan, Stephen G., 1999.

69 14

Rychick, Jack, 1999.

69 15

Sargent, A. John, 1992-1994.

70 1

Scanlin, Thomas F., 1973-1997.

70 2

Schaffer, David B., 1991-1997.

70 3

Schnaufer, Louise, 1987-1998.

70 4

Schreiner, Mark S., 1999-2000.

70 5

Schut, Luis, 1996.

70 6

Schwartz, M. William, 1992-1999.

70 7

Schwartz, Elias, circa 1990.

70 8

Schwarz, Donald F., 1988-2000.

70 9

Scott, Letitia B., 1992.

71 1

Scott, John Porter, 1982.

71 2

Scott, T.F. McNair (including memoirs "My Century"), 1946-2001, undated.

71 3

Segal, Stanton, 1979-2000.

71 4

Serrano, Alberto C., 1988-1997.

71 5

Sewell, Edward M., 1990.

71 6

Shaw, Kathy N., 1999.

71 7

Silber, Jeffrey, H., 1999.

71 8

Silver, Michael, 1994.

71 9

Sklar, Nathalie, 1992.

71 10

Smith, Trent E., 1996-1999.

71 11

Snyder, Howeard M., 1999.

71 12

Spandorfer, Philip, 1999.

71 13

Spergel, Jonathan M., 1999.

71 14

Spinner, Nancy B., 1999.

71 15

Spitz, Eugene, 1959-1974.

71 16

Spray, Thomas L., 1999.

71 17

Squires, William, 1978-1992.

71 18

5.  St-Z.

Box Folder

Stafford, Perry W., 1999-2002.

71 19

Stallings, Virginia A., 1995-2000.

71 20

Stanley, Charles A., 1999-2000.

72 1

Starr, Stuart E., 1999.

72 2

Starks, Aaron, 1991.

72 3

Stokes, Joseph, Jr., 1952-1994.

72 4

Surrey, Saul, 1994.

72 5

Sutton, Leslie N., 1999-2002.

72 6

Sweeney, Diana, 1999.

72 7

Templeton, John M., 1992-1995.

72 8

Templeton, Josephine J., 1997.

72 9

Tietjen, William R., 1999.

72 10

Ting, Rosalind Y., 1984-1995.

72 11

Towbin, Richard, 2000.

72 12

Troilo, Louis G., 1982-1992.

73 1

Tunnessen, Walter W., Jr., 1991-2001.

73 2

Tyler, Donald C., 1999.

73 3

Uris, Robert G., 1999-2000.

73 4

Vagnoni, Jim P., 1999.

73 5

Vanore, Marla Leyendecker, 2000.

73 6

Vetter, Victoria L., 1999-2000.

73 7

Voluck, Sondra, 1992-1995.

73 8

Wallace, Frank R., 1978-1992.

73 9

Weibel, Robert E., 1971-1999.

73 10

Weinberg, Paul M., 1999.

73 11

Weinzimer, Stuart A., 1999-2000.

73 12

Weller, Elizabeth B., 1995-1996, undated.

73 13

Wernovsky, Gil, 1999.

73 14

West, Harry, 1964-1991.

73 15

Wheeler, Alexander B., 1960-1996.

73 16

Whitaker, Linton A., 1979-2001, undated.

74 1

Wilson, Charles, 1967.

74 2

Wilson, Peter E., 1994.

74 3

Winston, Flaura K., 1992-1999.

74 4

Witzleben, Camilluls, undated.

74 5

Wolf, Bryan A., 2001.

74 6

Wood, Richard D., Jr., 1993-1994, undated.

74 7

Wood, Richard D., Sr., 1955-1995.

74 8

Woodward, George A., 2000.

74 9

Yudkoff, Mark, 2000.

74 10

Zackai, Elaine B., 1992-2000.

74 11

Zasloff, Michael, 1997.

74 12

Zderic, Stephen A., 1999.

74 13

Ziegler, Moritz M., 1989.

74 14

Zimmerman, Robert A., 2000, undated.

74 15

6.  Restricted.

Box Folder

Honig, Paul J. (restricted for 15 years), 1992, 1999.

75 1

Johnston, Richard B., 1995.

75 2

Kravis, Lillian, 1992.

75 3

Mahboubi, Soroosh, 1991.

75 4

McMullin, Hunter B., 1994.

75 5

Moscow, Harriet, 1993.

75 6

Norwood, William I., 1992.

75 7

Peruto, Virginia, 1992.

75 8

Raphaely, Russell C., 1992.

75 9

Reath, George, Jr., 1992.

75 10

Ritter, Frances, 1992.

75 11

Sargent, A. John, III, 1992.

75 12

Schaffer, David B., 1992-1997.

75 13

Schwartz, Elias, 1992-1994.

75 14

Silver, Michael, 1992.

75 15

Surrey, Saul, 1994.

75 16

Wallace, Frank R., Jr., 1992.

75 17

Wood, Richard D., Sr. (restricted till 2030).

75 18

Notebaert, Edmond F., 1986-2000.

75 19

Armstrong, Richard, 1995-2001.

75 20

VI.  Clippings, 1874-2006. 10 boxes.

Series Description

Series VI: Clippings

The “Clippings” Series covers the years 1874 to 2006, and is contained in 10 boxes. There are two subseries, which separate news coverage of CHOP into two categories: subject and chronological files. The “Subject Files” subseries is the larger, and contains extensive coverage of conjoined twins surgeries, the dedication week ceremonies and move to the new building at 34th and Civic Center Boulevard in 1974, and volunteer events such as Daisy Day and the Carousel Ball. The second subseries is unique in that it contains clippings related to CHOP from the late 19th century.

A.  Subject Files.

Box Folder

Advertising and Marketing, 1986-1987.

76 1

Anderson, Peggy "Children's Hospital", 1985.

76 2

Anemia Patients, 1954.

76 3

100th Anniversary, 1950.

76 4

100th Anniversary, 1955.

76 5

125th Anniversary, 1980.

76 6

125th Anniversary, 1980.

76 7

Asthma Program, 1998-1999.

76 8

Bainbridge Cornerstone Placement, 1913.

76 9

Baldassano, Robert, 1/31/2000.

76 10

Bedside Manner, 1980-1981.

76 11

Board of Trustees, 1974-2002.

76 12

Building Fund Campaign, 1915.

76 13

Cancer, 1967-1999.

76 14-19

Campaign Start, 1967.

76 20

Campus Expansion, 1998.

76 21

Cardiology, 1969-1978.

76 22-25

Cardiology, 1982-1987.

77 1-2

Care Program, 1965-1969.

77 3

Caring for the Impaired, 1985-1987.

77 4

Carousel Ball, 1961-1973.

77 5-7

Chapple Incubator, 1939.

77 8

CH Books Series ... "A Parent's Guide To ...", 1984-1993.

77 9

Child Abuse, 1970-1977.

77 10

Child Guidance Clinic: Depression, 6-1986.

77 11

Concert Clippings, 1972-1976.

77 12

Conjoined Twins, 1957.

77 13

Conjoined Twins: Rodriguez Twins, 1974-1985.

77 14-16

Conjoined Twins, 1977-1995.

78 1-5

Congressional Record, 1975.

78 6

Cystic Fibrosis, 1966.

78 7

Cutbacks, 1970.

78 8

Daisy Day, 1968.

78 9

Diabetes, 1987.

78 10

Down's Syndrome, 1983.

78 11

DuPont Children's Hospital, 1980-1997.

78 12

DuPont Family, 1973-1990s, undated.

78 13

Earthquake Victims at CHOP, 1989.

78 14

Employees, 1987.

78 15

Epiglottis, 1980.

78 16

Facial Reconstruction Surgery, 4-1973.

78 17

Facilities Design, 1998.

78 18

Genetics Research, 1978.

78 19

Gene Therapy for Hemophilia, 2001.

78 20

Gold Medal to Great Ormond St, 1976.

78 21

Greater Philadelphia Dinner, 1973.

78 22

Groundbreaking, 9-19-1968.

78 23

Growth, 1966-1985.

78 24

Hemophilia, 1962-1974.

78 25

Hemophilia, 1999.

78 26

Infant Intensive Care Unit, 1950-1989.

79 1-3

Infectious Disease: Vaccines, 1961-1985.

79 4

International Patients, 1972-1989.

79 5-7

International Year of the Child, 1979.

79 8-9

Kidney Disease, 1960.

79 10

Koop, C. Everett, 1960-1989.

79 11-12

Koop, C. Everett, 1990-2000.

80 1

Labor, 1967, 1992.

80 2-3

League of Children's Hospital, 1964-1975.

80 4

Leukemia, 1965.

80 5

McDonald's in CHOP, 1983-1988.

80 6

Medical Conditions and Treatment, 1949-1998.

80 7

Medical Ethics, 1971-1987.

80 8-12

Medical Research, 1978-1997.

81 1

Medical Tribune, 1969-1973.

81 2

Mental Retardation, 1976.

81 3

Mononucleosis, 1968.

81 4

Mural, Wood Building, 1991.

81 5

Building at 34th and Civic Center Blvd: Fundraising, Construction, Dedication, 1960s-1974.

81 6-13

Building at 34th and Civic Center Blvd: Dedication, Move Day, Architecture, Energy Efficient, 1974-1979.

82 1-8

Notebaert, E., 1999.

82 9

Nursing, 1967-1991.

82 10-12

Orthopedics, 1985.

82 13

Otoparyzgology, 1968-1973.

82 14

Management, 1991-1992.

83 1

Patients, 1962-1986.

83 2-3

Patient Costs.

83 4

Patient Education, 1987.

83 5

Personnel, 1969-1970.

83 6

Philadelphia General Hospital (PGH), 1962-1984.

83 7

Philadelphia Inquirer, 1977-1984.

83 8

Philadelphia Orchestra, 1972-1978.

83 9

Planned Giving, 1989.

83 10

Plastic Surgery: Craniofacial, 1978.

83 11

Poison Control Center, 1986.

83 12

Premature Infants, 1960.

83 13

President, 2000 February.

83 14

Rankings, US News and World Report: CHOP #1, 2000-2003.

83 15

Rankings, Child Magazine: Chop #1, 2001, 2003, 2005.

83 16

Rashkind, William D., 1966.

83 17

Reach Out and Read, 1997, undated.

83 18

Rebound Children and Youth Program, 1966-1973.

83 19

Rehabilitation, 1966-1979.

83 20

Research, 1961-1981.

83 21

Residents, 1975.

83 22

Reyes Syndrome, 1980-1981.

83 23

Salaries of CHOP Executives, 1998-1999.

83 24

Satellite Clinics and Hospitals, 1995-1998.

84 1

Saturday Review, 1897 February 3.

84 2

Surgery and Transplants, 1948-1998.

84 3

Trauma, 1986.

84 4

Ventilator-Dependent Children, 1978-1980.

84 5

West Philadelphia, 1981-1990.

84 6

William Penn Foundation, 1975.

84 7

Women's Committee, 1961-1989.

84 8

Vaccines, 1966-1993.

84 9

Violence, 1975.

84 10

B.  Chronological Files.

Box Folder

1800s.

84 11

1874-1990.

84 12

1913-1929.

84 13

1929-1938.

84 14

1930-1949.

84 15

1948.

84 16

1950s.

84 17

1960s.

84 18

1960s.

84 19

1968.

85 1

1968-1969.

85 2

1970-1973.

85 3

1974-1977.

85 4

1974.

85 5

1978-1979.

85 6

1980s.

85 7

1984.

85 8

1989-1992.

85 9

1990-1999.

85 10

1997.

85 11

2000-2006.

85 12

VII.  Bound Volumes, Books, 1855-1997. 36 volumes.

Scope and Contents note

Series VI: Bound Volumes, Books

The “Bound Volumes, Books” Series contains 36 volumes and books, covering the years 1855 to 1997, with bulk dates from CHOP’s early history between the years 1855 to 1940. The series is broken out into six subseries: “Treasurer’s Accounts,” Minutes of the Board of Managers,” “Annual Reports,” “Lady Visitors,” “Patient Histories, Doctor’s Case Books,” and “Other Bound Volumes and Books.” Within these subseries, volumes are arranged chronologically.

Of all of the volumes, of greatest interest may be subseries “Patient Histories, Doctor’s Case Books,” dating from 1879 to 1927. Contained in these volumes are a number of charts within which information was recorded such as race, age, address, parent information, housing type, diet, stools, and medicine administered. These volumes record the types of medicine administered which are no longer in use, such as heroin, and whisky.

A.  Treasurer's Accounts.

Treasurer's Accounts, 1855-1867.

Treasurer's Accounts, 1908-1912.

Treasurer's Accounts, Country Branch, 1896-1912.

B.  Minutes of the Board of Managers.

Minutes of the Board of Managers, 1855 November - 1868 January.

Minutes of the Board of Managers, 1869 January - 1877 May.

Minutes of the Board of Managers, 1877 June - 1884 July.

Minutes of the Board of Managers, 1884 September - 1890 September.

Minutes of the Board of Managers, 1890 September - 1895 September.

Minutes of the Board of Managers, 1896 October - 1901 January.

Minutes of the Board of Managers, 1901 January - 1905 June.

Minutes of the Board of Managers, 1905 June - 1909 April.

Minutes of the Board of Managers, 1909 June - 1912.

Minutes of the Board of Managers, 1912-1914.

Minutes of the Board of Managers, 1914-1922.

Minutes of the Board of Managers, 1936-1946.

Minutes of the Board of Managers, 1946-1951.

C.  Annual Reports.

CHOP Annual Report (8 volumes), 1856-1994.

D.  Lady Visitors.

Lady Visitors, 1858-1880.

Lady Visitors, 1881-1893.

Minutes of the Ladies Visiting Committee, Park Station Branch, 1889-1907.

Minutes of the Ladies Visiting Committee, 1899-1904.

Lady Visitors, 1904-1914.

Minutes of the Ladies Visiting Committee, 1915-1921.

Minutes and Activities of the Ladies Visiting Committee, 1920-1925.

E.  Patient Histories, Doctor's Case Books.

Patient Histories, Doctor's Case Book, 1879-1899.

Patient Histories, 1896 September.

Patient Histories, Doctor's Case Book, 1899 May - 1893 July.

Patient Histories, Doctor's Case Book, 1900 January - 1900 March.

Patient Histories, Doctor's Case Book, 1910 February - 1910 March.

Patient Histories, Doctor's Case Book, 1920 January - 1920 March.

Minutes and Correspondence of the Medical Staff at CHOP, 1923 January - 1927 December.

F.  Other Bound Volumes and Published Books.

Roll Book: List of Donations to House Fund, Park Station Branch, 1890-1907.

List of Legacies and Expectancies, 1920.

Henle, Gertrude and Werner: Publications (4 volumes), 1933-1987.

Children's Hospital Pediatric Pioneering, 1965-1977.

Children's Hospital Notes (2 volumes), 1974-1989.

Time-Life Books: Fighting Cancer, 1981.

Anderson, Peggy: Children's Hospital, 1985.

Potsic, William P., M.D. and Steven D. Handler, M.D.: Primary Care: Pediatric Otolaryngology, 1986.

Stanway, Penny, M.D. and Rosalind Y. Ting M.D.: The Mothercare Guide to Child Health, 1989.

Children's Hospital View, 1989-1994.

Bonnem, Shirley: Two Decades: An Informal Report: CHOP, 1974-1994 (2 copies), 1995 May.

Potsic, William P., M.D., Robin T. Cotton, M.D., Steven D. Handler, M.D., editors: Surgical Pediatric Otolaryngology, 1997.

CHOP: Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Endowed Chairs, Circa 1990.

VIII.  Images, 1855-1995, undated. 23 boxes.

Series Description

Series VIII: Images

The images in this series originate from the Public Relations department of the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, with the exception of the medical lecture slides. The images range in date from circa 1855 to the early 2000’s. The bulk of images date from the 1960’s through the 1990’s, with a significant number of photographic prints from the 1920’s.

The series is broken into subseries according to medium: Prints, Slides, Contact Sheets, Negatives, Film, and Paintings. Subseries are divided into sub-subseries according to subject.

Highlights, all from the “Prints” subseries, include: images of the interior of the third building (at Bainbridge) from the 1920s, in the “Buildings” sub-subseries; large numbers of formal and informal portraits of C. Everett Koop, M.D., Jean Cortner, M.D., Audrey E. Evans, M.D., Richard D. Wood, and images of the Rodriguez conjoined twins, in the “People” sub-subseries; extensively documented construction and dedication of CHOP’s fourth building, especially the dedication ceremony on May 6, 1974 and the visit of HRH Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon for that event, in the “Events” sub-subseries; and a number of prints from the 1950s, a decade otherwise scarcely represented in this series, in the “Scrapbooks” sub-subseries.

Prints

This series is divided into the following sub subseries, according to subject: “Buildings,” “People,” “Departments,” “Procedures,” “Events,” and “Scrapbooks.”

The "Buildings" sub-subseries contains photographic prints of buildings belonging to CHOP, including exterior and interior shots and aerial views. Only one exterior image of the first building appears to have survived. There are a particularly large number of images of the interior of the third building on Bainbridge Street from the 1920’s. The prints are arranged so that the four main buildings appear first, in chronological order, succeeded by all other buildings in chronological order of their construction.

The “People” sub-subseries contains formal and informal portraits of doctors, residents, nurses, other hospital staff, patients, administrators, donors, and members of voluntary organizations. Highlights include large numbers of photographs of C. Everett Koop, M.D., Jean Cortner, M.D., Audrey E. Evans, M.D., Richard D. Wood, and images of the Rodriguez conjoined twins. The "Doctors" and "Administrators" categories are arranged alphabetically according to last name; the "Residents", "Nurses", "Staff", "Patients", and "Donors" categories are arranged chronologically. The "Voluntary Organizations" category is arranged alphabetically according to the name of the organization.

The images in the “Departments” sub-subseries document the activity of particular departments at CHOP. Highlights are prints of the pioneering Department for the Prevention of Disease and collections of images compiled by the Public Relations department, including a complete collection of photographs and illustrations from v.36-76 (1891-1931) of CHOP’s Annual Reports, in the form of low-quality computer printouts of digitally scanned copies, accompanied by captions. This sub-subseries is arranged alphabetically by department name; prints for each department are arranged chronologically.

While the “Procedures” sub-subseries is sparse, it documents a few of the many procedures, techniques, and treatments which were developed at CHOP, such as: ultraviolet light treatment, a treatment for whooping cough, incubators for premature infants, and fetal surgery. It is arranged chronologically.

The “Events” category is arranged chronologically. It includes social events, presentations of awards to doctors and administrators, and visits of dignitaries such as Hillary Rodham Clinton. A major highlight of this category are photographs extensively documenting the construction and dedication of CHOP’s fourth building, especially the dedication ceremony on May 6, 1974 and the visit of HRH Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon for that event. Also notable are photographs of events celebrating CHOP’s 125th Anniversary, held by institutions such as the Philadelphia Free Library, the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

The “Scrapbooks” sub-subseries is arranged chronologically. When possible, these materials have been left in their original form. Other scrapbooks, because of preservation and access issues, have been removed from their original housing, but foldered and boxed to reflect their original order. These scrapbooks contain newspaper and magazine clippings, photographs of patients, photographs documenting the construction and dedication of CHOP’s fourth building, and milestones and innovations at CHOP. The “CHOP and CAD Scrapbook” is notable for containing photographs from the 1950s, a decade otherwise scarcely represented in the collection.

Note: One folder of oversized of oversized prints, depicting events and the Rodriguez conjoined twins (1964-1974), are filed in the “Negatives” subseries because of their size. They can be found in Box 100, Folder 21.

Slides

Much of the contents from the “Slides” sub-subseries are duplicates from the “Prints” subseries; it is divided into similar sub-subseries: “Buildings,” “Departments,” “Events,” “Procedures,” and “People.” The only unique sub-subseries is “Presentations,” which includes both Public Relations presentations and an extensive number of medical lecture slides. The "Buildings" sub-subseries is arranged so that the four main buildings appear first, in chronological order, and then all other buildings in chronological order of construction.

“Departments” documents the activity of particular departments at CHOP. It is arranged alphabetically by department name; prints for each department are arranged chronologically. “Procedures” is arranged chronologically and documents a few of the many procedures, techniques, and treatments which were developed at CHOP. The “Events” category is arranged chronologically. It includes social events, presentations of awards to doctors and administrators, visits of dignitaries such as Hillary Rodham Clinton, and events relating to the construction and dedication of new buildings.

The “People” sub-subseries contains formal and informal portraits of doctors, residents, nurses, and other hospital staff, patients, administrators, donors, and members of voluntary organizations. The "Doctors" and "Administrators" categories are arranged alphabetically according to last name; the "Residents", "Nurses", "Staff", "Patients", and "Donors" categories are arranged chronologically. The "Voluntary Organizations" category is arranged alphabetically according to the name of the organization.

“ Presentations: Public Relations” consists of slides from the PR department used for presentations. Slide presentations are arranged chronologically. Some slides were no longer in their original order and are arranged by subject (“Newspaper Clippings”, “Graphics”, “Plaques and Works of Art.” The “Medical Lecture Slides” sub-subseries consists of medical lecture slides created by doctors for teaching residents. Many are undated. Some medical lecture slides are labeled with the name of a doctor; C. Everett Koop, M.D.’s name is prominent. Original order was according to disease or by lecture. However, the original order was disturbed at some point and slides were rehoused according to the order in which they were found.

Contact Sheets

The subseries is divided into the following sub subseries, according to subject: “People”, “Events”, “Buildings”, and “Graphics”. Many are duplicates of images in the “Prints” subseries. Each sub subseries is arranged chronologically.

Negatives

This sub series contains many duplicates of images from the “Prints” subseries and is divided into the following sub-subseries: “Unnamed,” “People,” “Buildings,” “Departments,” “Procedures,” and “Events.” The arrangement is similar to that of the “Prints,” “Slides,” and “Negatives” subseries, and is in chronological order.

The exception to this is the sub-subseries entitled, “Unnamed” which did not have any metadata. The numbering system, which constitutes original order, appears to reflect the order in which the photographs were taken but may be arbitrary. Negatives are primarily formal and informal portraits of patients, staff, and other people (none of whom are identified), with some images of events and buildings. They seem to date from the 1990s. These negatives do not appear to correspond to any prints or slides. At least some of the negatives may be from the Children's Seashore House (CSH) (please see the collection "Children's Seashore House").

Film

This subseries contains educational films and news spots. They are predominantly on 16 mm reels of film. There are also several UMatic tapes, some of them reproduced from films on 16 mm, Betamax, and VHS tapes. There are three educational kits with resources on audio cassettes and 35 mm reels. Interviews conducted by Shirley Bonnem of the CHOP PR Department with staff and researchers are on audiocassettes. Please refer to the “Biographical Files” series for transcribed copies of these recorded interviews.

Paintings

Two of the paintings are oil portraits of donors Rose and Harold Lecks (1974) and the other is a lithograph print “Indian Faces” by Leonard Baskin.

A.  Prints.

i.  Buildings, c.1855-1997, undated.

Box Folder

First Building, c.1855-1867.

86 1

Second Building, c.1867-1916.

86 2

Second Building, Interiors, 1891-1900, undated.

86 3

Third Building, 1913-1971.

86 4

Third Building, undated.

86 5

Third Building, Interiors, 1920-1928.

86 6

Third Building, Interiors, 1928-1974.

86 7

Fourth Building, 1978, undated.

86 8

Fourth Building, Helipad, 1985-1986.

86 9

Fourth Building, Interiors, 1974, undated.

86 10

Fourth Building, Interiors: Plaques, undated.

86 11

Fourth Building, Construction, 1969-1971.

86 12

Country Branch, 1892.

86 13

Nurses' Home, 1920.

86 14

Department for the Prevention of Disease, 1922-1934.

86 15

Catherwood House (Nurses' Home), 1926-1928.

86 16

Fitzwater Street Properties, 1965-1971, undated.

86 17

Child Guidance Center (CGC), 1970, undated.

86 18

Research Building, 1971.

86 19

Parking Garage, Construction, 12-16-1987.

86 20

Richard D. Wood Pediatric Ambulatory Care Center, 1987-1989, undated.

86 21

Connelly Resource Center for Familes, 1997.

86 22

Tri-Institutional Nurses' Educational Building, undated.

86 23

Leonard and Madelyn Abramson Pediatric Research Center, undated [c. early 1990s].

86 24

Aerial Views, 1955-1971, undated.

86 25

Unidentified Buildings, 3-20-1928, undated.

86 26

ii.  People, c.1850s-2000, undated.

Box Folder

Doctors: A-B, 1850s-1984, undated.

87 1

Doctors: Ca-Corn, c. late 1970s-1998.

87 2

Doctors: Cortner, Jean A., 1978-1990, undated.

87 3

Doctors: D-Eb, 1965-1997, undated.

87 4

Doctors: Evans, Audrey E., 1974-2000, undated.

87 5

Doctors: F-Ha, 1969-1974, undated.

87 6

Doctors: He-Ka, 1967-1996, undated.

87 7

Doctors: Koop, C. Everett, 1962-1970.

87 8

Doctors: Koop, C. Everett, 1971-1980.

87 9

Doctors: Koop, C. Everett, 1981-1987, undated.

87 10

Doctors: L-Ph, c. 1855-1970.

87 11

Doctors: Pl-Sc, c. late 1960s-1989, undated.

87 12

Doctors: St-T, 1939-1998.

87 13

Doctors: U-Z, 1964-1997, undated.

87 14

Doctors: Groups, 1948-2001, undated.

87 15

Doctors: Groups, 1976.

87 16

Residents, 1979-1986, undated.

88 1

Nurses, 1938-1982, undated.

88 2

Staff, 1966, undated.

88 3

Staff: Wilson, Charles, 9-5-1969.

88 4

Patients/Patients with Staff, c. 1890s-1983, undated.

88 5

Patients: Rodriguez Conjoined Twins, 1974-1975.

88 6

Administrators: A-Wh, 1961-1991, undated.

88 7

Administrators: Wood, Richard D., 1968-1989, undated.

88 8

Administrators: Wood, Richard D., 1968-1989.

88 9

Voluntary Organizations: EVCO, 1978-1988, undated.

88 13

Voluntary Organizations: EVCO, Carousel Ball Organizers, 1983.

88 14

Voluntary Organizations: Friends of Lynn Saligman, 1974-1996, undated.

88 11

Voluntary Organizations: Women's League, 1974-1988, undated.

88 10

Voluntary Organizations: Women's League, Christmas Card Project, 10-3-1977.

88 12

Donors, circa late 18th c.-1994, undated.

88 15

Unidentified People, undated.

88 16

iii.  Departments, c. 1890s-2002.

Box Folder

Department of Cardiology, 1975-1986.

89 1

Department of Psychiatry, Play Program, c. 1967.

89 2

Department for the Prevention of Disease, c. 1920s.

89 3

Emergency Room, 8-1986.

89 4

Public Relations: Annual Reports Photo and Illustration Detail (v. 36-76, 1891-1931), c. 1890s-1931.

89 5

Public Relations: A Hospital on the Move (2003) by Shirley Bonnem, 1988-2002, undated.

89 6

Public Relations: Billboards, 1974-1985.

89 7

Public Relations: Historical Documents, 1860-1939, undated.

89 8

Public Relations: Photos for Books [includes corresponding negatives], undated (c. 1880s-1970s).

89 9

Operating Room, 1981-1986, undated.

89 10

Research, undated.

89 11

Surgery Department and IICU (Infant Intensive Care Unit), 1960-1977.

89 12

iv.  Procedures, 1924-1996, undated.

Box Folder

Ultraviolet Light Treatment, 1924.

89 12

Whooping Cough Serum, 1936.

89 13

Incubator, 1938, undated.

89 14

Fetal Surgery, 2-16-1996.

89 15

v.  Events, 1915-1997, undated.

Box Folder

Fundraising Report Luncheon, 1915.

89 16

Christmas Party, 1893.

89 17

Dedication of Second Building, Cornerstone Installation, 10-22-1913.

89 18

Moving Day, 1916.

89 19

Presentation of CHOP Gold Medal to Hattie E. Alexander, M.D., 5-6-1965.

89 20

Joseph Stokes, M.D.'s 70th Birthday, 2-22-1966.

89 21

Fundraising Campaign, 12-1-1966.

89 22

Daisy Day, 1967-1968.

89 23

Groundbreaking, Fourth Building, 9-19-1968.

89 24

Groundbreaking, Fourth Building, 9-19-1968.

89 25

Art Project, 1970.

89 26

Art Project, 1970.

89 27

Contract Signing, Fourth Building, 12-1-1970.

89 28

Project Hope (Poland), 1972-1980, undated.

89 29

Greater Philadelphia Movement 25th Anniversary Dinner, 12-4-1973.

89 30

Dedication of Fourth Building, Dedication Week, 4-29-1974.

89 31

Dedication of Fourth Building, and Visit of HRH Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdown, 5-6-1974.

90 1

Dedication of Fourth Building and Visit of HRH Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon, 6-5-1974.

90 2

Dedication of Fourth Building, Cornerstone Installation, 6-6-1974.

90 3

Moving Day, 6-23-1974.

90 4

International Year of the Child, 1979.

90 5

125th Anniversary Tribute: Please Touch Museum, 10-1980.

90 6

125th Anniversary Tributes: Free Library of Philadelphia, 10-1980--12-1980.

90 7

125th Anniversary Tribute: Philadelphia Orchestra, 10-8-1980.

90 8

125th Anniversary Tribute: University Museum, 10-11-1980.

90 9

125th Anniversary Tribute: Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 10-17-1980.

90 10

125th Anniversary Tributes: Franklin Institute.

90 11

125th Anniversary Tribute: City Hall, 11-1980--12-1980.

90 12

125th Anniversary Tribute: Philadelphia Museum of Art, 11-1980.

90 13

125th Anniversary Tribute: Zoological Society of Philadelphia, 11-1-1980.

90 14

125th Anniversary Tribute: College of Physicans of Philadelphia, 11-1980--12-1980.

90 15

125th Anniversary Tribute: Academy of Natural Sciences, 11-12-1980.

90 16

U.S. Surgeon General's Workshop, 1979-1982.

90 17

Presentation of CHOP Gold Medal to C. Everett Koop, M.D., 5-20-1981.

90 18

Carousel Ball, 10-1-1983.

90 19

Visit of Efraim Katzin (president of Israel), 9-8-1986.

90 20

Emergency Health Fair, 9-1986.

90 21

Hilleman Lecture, 1987.

90 22

Presentation of Richard D. Wood Alumni Award to Richard D. Wood, 5-20-1988.

90 23

Presentation of the U.S. Surgeon General's Medallion to Richard D. Wood, 5-20-1988.

90 24

Topping Off the ACC Building, 9-2-1988.

90 25

Proposed Pediatric Research Facility "Campaign Kickoff", 1991.

90 26

Opening of Exhibit, History of CHOP, 6-11-1991.

90 27

Groundbreaking: Joseph Stokes, Jr. Research Institute, 1992.

90 28

Visit of Hillary Rodham Clinton, 2-4-1994.

90 29

Visit to Great Ormond Street Hospital, London, by Sandy Voluck, 1995.

90 30

Cancer Research Exhibit, 9-1995.

90 31

Presentation of Balu Athreya Teaching Award to Peggy S. Eicher, M.D., 5-9-1997.

90 32

"Partners for Child Safety" Event, undated.

90 33

Unidentified Events, 12-20-1979, undated.

90 34

B.  Slides.

i.  Buildings.

Box Folder

First Building, c. 1855.

91 1

Second Building, c.1867.

91 2

Third Building, c.1933-1970s, undated.

91 3

Third Building, Interior, 1920-1970s.

91 4

Fourth Building, Exterior, 1971-1986, undated.

91 5

Fourth Building, Interior, 1974-1887, undated.

91 6

Fourth Building, Construction, 1968-1974.

91 7

Research Building, 1954.

91 8

Richard D. Wood Pediatric Ambulatory Care Center, 1987-1995.

91 9

Joseph Stokes, Jr., Research Building, Groundbreaking, 1992.

91 10

Leonard and Madelyn Abramson Pediatric Research Building, 1995.

91 11

Connelly Resource Center for Families, 1997, undated.

91 12

Aerial Views, 1973-1995.

91 13

Philadelphia, undated.

91 14

Unidentified Buildings, undated.

91 15

ii.  Departments, 1925-1998, undated.

Box Folder

Department of Anesthesiology, undated.

92 1

Department of Oncology, 1970s-1997, undated.

92 2

Department of Psychiatry.

92 3

Department of Psychiatry, Child Life, 1960s-1970s.

92 4

Department of Radiology, 1960s.

92 5

Department of Rehabilitation, 1960s.

92 6

Department for the Prevention of Disease, 1922.

92 7

Division of Dentistry, 1960s.

92 8

Emergency Room, undated.

92 9

Infant Intensive Care Unit (IICU), 1960s-1984, undated.

92 10

Kids First: Primary Care Centers: Specialty Centers, 1997-1998.

92 11

Research, 1936-1990, undated.

92 13

Surgery, 1960-1990, undated.

92 14

iii.  Procedures, 1968-1980s, undated.

Box Folder

Whooping Cough Serum, 1936.

92 15

Incubators, 1938-1980s.

92 16

Ultraviolet Light Therapy, undated.

92 17

Cardiac Balloon Catheter, 1968.

92 18

Cardiopulmonary Bypass Machine, c. 1970.

92 19

Ectopia Cordis Surgery, 1975.

92 20

iv.  Events.

Box Folder

Christmas Party, 1985.

92 21

Art Project, 1970.

92 22

Carousel Ball, 1973.

92 23

Greater Philadelphia Movement 25th Anniversary Banquet, 12-4-1973.

92 24

Dedication of Fourth Building, 1974.

92 25

The Move, 6-23-1974.

92 26

Thanksgiving in the Country (Sergeantsville, N.J.), 1974-1976.

92 27

Daisy Day, 1974-1989, undated.

92 28

CHOP Gold Medal Presented to Great Ormond Street Hospital, 1976.

92 29

International Year of the Child, 1979.

92 30

Northern Friends Fun Day, 1980.

92 31

125th Anniversary, 1980.

92 32

130th Anniversary, 1985.

92 33

Presentation of the Richard D. Wood Alumni Award and U.S. Surgeon General's Medallion to Richard D. Wood, 1988.

92 34

Visit of Hillary Rodham Clinton, 1996 February 4.

92 35

Auto Show, 1996.

92 36

v.  People.

Box Folder

Doctors A-E, c.1850s-1997, undated.

93 1

Doctors F-KA, 1938-1997, undated.

93 2

Doctors Koop, C. Everett, M.D., c. 1960s-1997, undated.

93 3

Doctors L-R, c. 1850s-1997, undated.

93 4

Doctors S-Z, c.1970s-1997.

93 5

Doctors: Groups, 1960s-1992, undated.

93 6

Residents, Teaching, c.1960s-1970s, undated.

93 7

Patients, c.1960s-1989, undated.

93 8

Patients, c.1960s-1980s, undated.

93 9

Patients: Third Building, c.1960s.

93 10

Patients: Rodriguez Conjoined Twins, 1974-1975.

93 11

Nurses, 1895-1980s, undated.

94 1

Staff, c.1960s-1990s, undated.

94 2

Administrators, 1971-1996, undated.

94 3

Donors, c.1960s-1998, undated.

94 4

Voluntary Organizations: Friends of Lynn Saligman, 1968-1996.

94 5

Staff: Appreciation Week Quilt, 1994.

94 6

Unidentified People, 1870-1995, undated.

94 7

vi.  Presentations: Public Relations.

Box Folder

Newspaper Clippings, 1908-1996.

94 8

Graphics, Logos, and Signs, 1968-1998, undated.

94 9

Plaques and Works of Art, 1965-1989, undated.

94 10

"Made in America" (NACHRI) [National Association of Children's Hospitals and Related Institutions], c. 1990s.

94 11

Two Decades by Shirley Bonnem, 1995.

94 12

Staff Statistics, 1995-1998, undated.

94 13

Physican and Patient Origins Maps, from Two Decades by Shirley Bonnem and the 1980-1981 Annual Report, 1995, undated.

94 14

Family Centered Care/Connelly Resource Center for Families: ACCH (Association for the Care of Children's Health) Presentation, 1995-1997.

94 15

"Leading the Way in Pediatric Medicine", 3-29-1999.

94 16

"Black History Presentation", 2-2005.

94 17

Research, undated.

94 18

vii.  Presentations: Medical Lectures, 1948-1989, undated.

Box Folder

100 Neuroblastomas, undated.

95 1

277-017, 600-600.7; Torticollis, Peptic Disease, Rectal Bleeding, 1949-1970, undated.

95 2

Late Effects Cancer Treatment, 1957-1972, undated.

95 3

612-854A, 540-854A; Lymphangioma Lecture, 1952-1970, undated.

95 4

755-028 Undescended Testicles, 1970-1972, undated.

95 5

637-018 Tracheo-Esoph. Fistula, 1972-1983, undated.

95 6

710-8834 Wilms' Tumor, 1967-1977, undated.

95 7

130-850A Hemagioma of Skin, 1951-1979, undated.

95 8

"UT and Hema Lecture" (C. Everett Koop, M.D.); 272-017 (Torticollis), 130-850A (Hemangioma), 1949-1978, undated.

95 9

637-032 (dupl. esophagus), 640-032 (dupl. stomach), 650-032 (dupl. small intestine), 660-032 (dupl. colon), 1948-1968, undated.

95 10

Abdominal Masses, 1973-1989, undated.

95 11

044-027 Omphalocele Lecture, 1953-1989, undated.

95 12

990-840A (Ganglioneuroma), 998-841F (Neuroblastoma), 1958-1968, undated.

95 12

990-840A (Ganglioneuroma), 990-841F (Neuroblastoma), 1956-1964, undated.

95 13

710-8834 Wilms' Tumor, 1959-1968, undated.

96 1

705-010 to 740-930, 1960-1968, undated.

96 2

705-010 to 740-930, 1948-1961, undated.

96 3

LP, OV, NM, EX, and Misc., 1947-1964, undated.

96 4

NM, LP, EX, OB, GI, 1948-1963, undated.

96 5

750-019 to 758-019; Undescended Testicles, 1948-1970, undated.

96 6

750-019 to 755-095, 1948-1972, undate.

96 7

EX, LP, MU, 9I,GI, GU, 1952-1957, undated.

96 8

9I, GI, EX, CV, PL, 1947-1963, undated.

96 9

890-8981 to 781-016, 1951-1967, undated.

96 10

830-013 to 890-8981, 1962-1964, undated.

97 1

130-850A, 190-100.2, 612-850A, 1951-1965, undated.

97 2

190-800 to 299-0771, 1950-1969, undated.

97 3

637-032 to 637-T50, 1957-1963, undated.

97 4

640 to 645-T, 1956-1968, undated.

97 5

650-032 to 651, 1950-1973, undated.

97 6

651 to 653-018, 1958-1970, undated.

97 7

653-018 to 659-600B, 1949-1963, undated.

97 8

660-T53 to 660-015, 1948-1967, undated.

97 9

660-018 to 668-8023, c. 1950s-1960s.

98 1

670-018, c.1950s-1960s, undated.

98 2

68X-52T to 690-831, c.1950s-1960s, undated.

98 3
Cancer in Children, 1975-1979, undated.
Box
98
Folder
4

240-022 to 288-033, c. 1950s-1960s, 1972, undated.

98 5

550-830 to 6112-037, c. 1940s-1950s, undated.

98 6

500-829 to 542-019.8, c. 1950s-1960s.

98 7

C.  Contact Sheets.

i.  People.

Box Folder

Doctors, 1982-2001, undated.

99 1

Doctors/Staff, 2002.

99 2

Administrators: Uris, Robert G., 1978-1988.

99 3

Groups: Doctors, Administrators, Staff, 2001 March 20.

99 4

Patients/Patients with Staff, undated.

99 5

Donors, 1986-1988.

99 6

Voluntary Organizations: Women's League, 1981-1988.

99 7

ii.  Events.

Box Folder

Carousel Ball, 1966.

99 8

Fourth Building Dedication/Visit of HRH Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon, 4-29-1974.

99 9

International Year of the Child, 1979.

99 10

Portrait Dedication, C. Everett Koop, M.D., 5-27-1981.

99 11

Donor Recognition, 6-9-1983.

99 12

Portrait Dedication, A.M. Bongiovanni, M.D. and T. F. McNair Scott M.D., 2-17-1984.

99 13

Portrait Dedication, Mary D. Ames, M.D., 6-15-1984.

99 14

Equipment Donation, 1985, undated.

99 15

Board Night, 10-23-1986.

99 16

Potrait Dedication, Charles E. Ingersoll (CHOP President), 6-29-1987.

99 17

Portrait Dedications: Jean A. Cortner, M.D. and Klaus Hummeler, M.D. (Children's Hospital Alumnia Day), 5-20-1988.

99 18

Donor Recognition, 11-1988.

99 19

Project Hope (Armenia), 2-1989.

99 20

AWRT Video Presentation (Donors), 5-1989.

99 21

Potrait Dedication: Cornfeld, M.D., 11-17-1989.

99 22

Opening of Exhibit: History of CHOP, 6-11-1991.

99 23

Daisy Day, undated.

99 24

UNICO Check Presentation, undated.

99 25

iii.  Buildings.

Box Folder

Fourth Building, 1995 February.

99 26

Graphics, undated.

Box
99
Folder
27

D.  Negatives.

Unnamed.

Box Folder

0-27999, I, undated.

100 1

0-27999, II, undated.

100 2

0-27999, III, undated.

100 3

28000-39999, I, undated.

100 4

28000-39999, II, undated.

100 5

28000-39999, III, undated.

100 6

40000-49999, undated.

100 7

50000-59999, undated.

100 8

60000-69999, I, undated.

100 9

60000-69999, II, undated.

100 10

60000-69999, III, undated.

100 11

70000-71999, undated.

100 12

72000-73999, undated.

100 13

74000-75999, undated.

100 14

76000-77999, undated.

100 15

78000-78999, undated.

100 16

79000-, I, undated.

100 17

79000-, II, undated.

100 18

79000-, III, undated.

100 19

79000-, IV, undated.

100 20
Box Folder

Prints (oversized): Events; Rodriguez twins, 1964-1974.

100 21

i.  People.

Box Folder

Nurses, undated.

101 1

Doctors, undated.

101 2

Doctors: Koop, C. Everett, late 1960s-1970s.

101 3

Administrators, undated.

101 4

Patients, undated.

101 5

Donors, 1985, undated.

101 6

iii.  Buildings.

Box Folder

First Building, c.1855.

101 8

Second Building, c.1867.

101 9

Third Building, c.1920, undated.

101 10

Fourth Building, 1985, undated.

101 11

Catherwood House (Nurses' Home), 1928.

101 12

Aerial Views, undated.

101 13

"Color Slides of Model CHOP/CGC New Building", undated.

101 14

Unidentified Buildings, undated.

101 15

v.  Procedures.

Box Folder

Ultraviolet Light Treatment, 1928.

101 20

Incubators, undated.

101 21

iv.  Departments.

Box Folder

Department of Psychiatry, Child Guidance Clinic, 1934.

101 16

Department for the Prevention of Disease, undated.

101 17

Operating Room, undated.

101 18

Public Relations: Historical Documents.

101 19

Research, undated (c. late 20th century).

101 19

vi.  Events.

Box Folder

Christmas Party, Moving Day, 1895, 1916.

101 22

Construction and Dedication of Fourth Building and Visit of HRH Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon, 1974 May 6.

101 23

Art Project, 1970.

101 24

International Year of the Child, 1979.

101 25

Groundbreaking, undated.

101 26

E.  Film.

Reel

Chamber of Commerce (16 mm); Children's Hospital, Carl Bistrach (16 mm mag track); contents unknown (16 mm), 5-15-1972; undated; undated.

1-3

Reasoner Report: Siamese Twins Eight Months (ABC), Part 2 (16 mm), 10-1974.

4

The Neonatal Surgical Unit (WFIL-TV) (16 mm), undated.

5

CHOP Movie (16 mm), undated.

6

CHOP - Tails Track Three Films (16 mm), undated.

7

CH 401 Film Flair (16 mm), undated.

8

Carnival Ball (16 mm), undated.

9

content unknown (16 mm), undated.

10-11

content unknown (16 mm), undated.

12-15

I Am My Brothers Cure (16 mm), 6-30-1981.

16

Hidden Congenital Anomalies (10:00, 16 mm), 6-30-1981.

17

Oncology Service (7:15, 16 mm), undated.

18

The Conquest of the Spoon (16 mm), undated.

19

content unknown (16 mm), undated.

20

To Breathe, To Breathe - 1(16 mm), 3-1969.

21

To Breathe, To Breathe, To Live - 2 (16 mm), undated.

22

Through Adam's Eyes - A Bob Saget Film (16 mm), undated.

23

Content unknown (16 mm), undated.

24

WCAU-TV with Gene Crane (16mm), 6-1970.

25

Gesell's Developmental Evaluation in Infancy (Rehab Dept) (16 mm), 1969.

26

Modern Concepts of Epilepsy (16 mm), undated.

27

content unknown (16 mm), undated.

28

content unknown (16 mm), undated.

29

Rock A Bye Baby (16 mm), 2-21-1981.

30

WFIL Film Series on CHOP Medical and Surgical Activites (16 mm), 1967.

31

Frontiers of Knowledge: A Life For Lisa Anne, WFIL-TV (16 mm), 11-26-1962.

32

Children's Hospital with Gene Crane, WCAU-TV (16 mm), undated.

33

Cystic Fibrosis (16 mm, 27:00), undated.

34

Frontiers of Knowledge: A Life for LIsa Anne, WFIL-TV (16 mm), undated.

35

Mental Retardation: The Long Childhood of Timmy, Part 1 (16 mm), undated.

36

Mental Retardation: The Long Childhood of Timmy, Part 2 (16 mm), undated.

37

The Newborn (16 mm, 29:00), undated.

38

The High Risk Neonate: Program 4, Immediate Stabilization Techniques (16 mm), undated.

39

To Prepare a Child (16 mm), undated.

40

Who Shall Survive? (16 mm), undated.

41

Death of a Newborn (16 mm), undated.

42

Bacterial Meningitis (16 mm), undated.

43

Research and Care of People (16 mm), undated.

44

The Ties That Bind (16 mm), undated.

45

Like Other People (16 mm), undated.

46

Cystic Fibrosis, WFIL-TV (original) (16 mm) "Property of Cystic Fibrosis Clinic, c/o Audio/Visual Services, CHOP", 1967.

47

Rehab: Evaluation (16 mm), undated.

48
Cassette

Human Development: The First Two and Half years (7 cassette tapes, 7 rolls of 35 film), 1973.

49

Understanding Early Childhood, Ages 1 Through 6: The Development of Feelings in Children (3 cassettes, 5 rolls of 35 mm film, and 2 audio script booklets), 1973.

50

Body Mechanics (5 cassettes, 5 rolls of 35 mm film, instructor's guides), 1976.

51

Bedrossian, Laura: Family Consultant, Connelly Family Resource Center, 4-17-2000.

52

Benton, Tami D., M.D.: Director of Clinical Services, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 12-5-1999.

53

Berman, Peter, M.D.: Neurology, 11-4-1999.

54

Brown, Lawrence, M.D.: Co-director of P.R.E.P. (Pediatric Regional Epilepsy Program) and of Pediatric Neuropsychiatry Center, 11-8-1999.

55

Brown, Lawrence, M.D.: Co-director of P.R.E.P. (Pediatric Regional Epilepsy Program) and of Pediatric Neuropsychiatry Center, 11-8-1999.

56

Crumbleholme, Timothy M., M.D.: Assistant Professor Pediatric Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology, The Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment, 9-2-1999.

57

Durbin, Dennis R., M.D.: Emergency Department, 1-20-2000.

58

Evans, Audrey E., M.D.: Oncologist, 10-15-1999.

59

Glick, Mary Catherine, Ph.D.: Josephs Stokes Research Institute, Professor of Pediatric Research, UPenn, 4-28-1999.

60

Godinez, Rodolfo I., M.D.: Medical Director of Respiratory Care Services, 10-22-1999.

61

Hawkins, Linda A., MS.Ed: Program Coordinator, The Injury Free Coalition for Kids in Philadelphia, 12-13-1999.

62

Helfaer, Mark A., M.D.: Director of Critical Care, 8-31-1999.

63

Helpin, Mark L., D.M.D.: Chief of Dentistry, 2000.

64

Kaplan, Paige, MB/BCh: Division of Human Genetics and Molecular Biology, 11-8-1999.

65

Karsch, Henry J., D.O.: Kids First, Kennett Square (side A) and Nancy Spinner, Ph.D.: Director of Clinical Cytogenetics (side B), 11-3-1999.

66

Kirschner, Richard E., M.D.: Director of Plastic Surgery Research, 11-4-1999.

67

Kirschner, Richard E., M.D.: Director of Plastic Surgery Research, 11-4-1999.

68

Kurth, C. Dean, M.D.: Research Director, Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine, 11-11-1999.

69

Mahboubi, Soroosh, M.D.: Radiology, undated.

70

Meadows, Anne T., M.D.: Former Director of Oncology, 11-9-1999.

71

Nelson, Robert, M.D.: Head of IRB (Institutional Review Board), undated.

72

Nicholson, Susan, M.D.: Cardiac Center and Anesthesiologist, 8-24-1999.

73

Phillips, Peter C., M.D.: Director of Pediatric Neuro-Oncology, 11-5-1999.

74

Pollock, David, M.D.: Kids First: Drexel Hill, Broomall, Medea, 10-22-1999.

75

Robinson, Michael B., Ph.D.: Director, Neuroscience Research, 11-20-1999.

76

Rudy, Bret, M.D.: Attending Physician, Division of Adolescent Medicine, 12-28-1999.

77

Rutstein, Richard M., M.D., 10-14-1999.

78

Schwarz, Donald F., M.D.: Mary D. Ames Endowed Chair in Child Advocacy, 8-9-1999.

79

Segal, Stanton, M.D.: Metabolism, 8-22-2000.

80

Spinner, Nancy, Ph.D: Director of Clinical Cytogenetics, 11-2-1999.

81

Stafford, Perry W., M.D.: Trauma Surgeon, 11-19-1999.

82

Stanley, Charles A., M.D.: Director of Pediatric Endocrinology, 10-6-1999.

83

Towbin, Richard B.,M.D.: Radiologist-in-Chief, 5-9-2000.

84

Uris, Robert G.: VP Research Administrator at Stokes Research Institute, 1-4-2000.

85

Vagnoni, Jim. P., MSW: Program Director, Special Immunology Programs, undated.

86

Vagnoni, Jim. P., MSW: Program Director, Special Immunology Programs, undated.

87

Vanore, Marla, RN, MHA: Trauma Program Manager, 12-3-1999.

88

Winston, Flaura K. M.D.: Director of TraumaLink, 1-4-1999.

89

Woodward, George Anthony, M.D., MBA: Medical Director of Emergency Transport Services, 2-4-2000.

90

Zimmerman, Robert A., M.D.: Chief of Pediatric Neuroradiology, 8-3-1999.

91

illegible (Adz-?), 6-24-1999.

92

illegible (Marc L[?]udkoff), 8-15-2000.

93
Box Cassette

6 UMatic Tapes Reproduced from Film Reels, late 1960s-mid 1970s.

102 1-6

2 UMatic Tapes and 1 Data Cartridge, 1979-1980, undated.

103 7-9

6 Betacam and 6 VHS Tapes (some reproduced from film reels), late 1950s-1992.

104 10-22

4 UMatic and 7 VHS Tapes, 1974-1992.

105 23-33

6 VHS and 5 Audiocasette Tapes, 1986-1999, undated.

106 34-44

F.  Scrapbooks.

Boxed Scrapbooks.

Box Folder

CHOP and CAD Scrapbook, Vol. 4, 1956-1968, undated.

107 1 - 3

Scrapbook in President's Office, c. 1970s, undated.

107 4

CHOP and CAD Scrapboook, Vol. 4, undated.

107 5

Construction and Dedication of Fourth Building, 1970-1974, undated.

107 6

Construction and Dedication of Fourth Building, 1970-1974.

107 7

Construction and Dedication of Fourth Building, 1974-1988.

107 8
Scrapbook of Mrs. Edward S. Sayres, 1889-1929.
108 1 - 34
Box Folder

Sayres Scrapbook, page 8, 1912.

108 8

Sayres Scrapbook, page 10, 1913-1914, undated.

108 10

Sayres Scrapbook, page 31, 1915.

108 31

Sayres Scrapbook, page 33, 1916, 1934.

108 33

History of CHOP, Circa 1977.

108 35

Bound Scrapbooks.

Groundbreaking Ceremony, 9-19-1968.

The Dedication and the Move, 5-6-1974.

Datestone Ceremony, 6-23-1975.

G.  Paintings.

Portrait of Donor Mrs. Rose Lecks (oil painting), 1973.

Portrait of Donor Harold Lecks (oil painting), 1973.

"Indian Faces" by Leonard Baskin (lithograph print), circa 1974.

IX.  Ephemera.

Box
109
Folder
Oversized

Objects, undated.

Box
109

Oversized Folder: Photographs, Documents.

Folder
Oversized