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Hartwig Kuhlenbeck papers

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Summary Information

Repository:
Drexel University: College of Medicine Legacy Center
Creator:
Kuhlenbeck, Hartwig, 1897-
Title:
Hartwig Kuhlenbeck papers
Date:
1911-1984
Call Number:
323
Extent:
63.55 Linear feet
Language:
English
Language of Materials note:
English; German
Abstract:
Born in Germany in 1897, Dr. Hartwig Kuhlenbeck, a neuroanatomist, received his degrees of Ph.D. in Philosophy and of M.D. (summa cum laude) from the University of Jena, Germany. He spent several years lecturing in Japan and at the University of Breslau (Germany) before moving to the United States in 1933. Dr. Kuhlenbeck was appointed to several positions at the Woman’s Medical College of Pennsylvania, beginning in 1935 as Acting Professor of Anatomy and retiring in 1982 as Emeritus Professor of Anatomy. He spent most of his professional career at Woman’s Medical College, with the exception of a two-year leave of absence from 1944-1946, when he served in the United States Army Medical Corps. Dr. Kuhlenbeck published over 150 works during his career as a world-renowned anatomist. He passed away in 1984.
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Biography/History

Hartwig Kuhlenbeck was born May 2, 1897, in Jena, Germany to Dr. iur. Ludwig Kuhlenbeck, an attorney, and Helene (neé Ayrer). In 1909, Kuhlenbeck entered the Gymnasium (undergraduate college) at Jena and transferred to the Domgymnasium in Naumberg when his family moved. Kuhlenbeck served in World War I as a soldier in the German army, and passed his Maturity Exam (equivalent to a Bachelor of Arts) at the Domgymnasium of Naumberg in 1915.

Kuhlenbeck had been interested in the evolution, structure, and function of the brain while he was working on his undergraduate degree and after graduation, he entered the University of Jena in 1918 to study philosophy and medicine. He received his Doctor of Philosophy in 1920, and in 1922, his M.D. Dr. Kuhlenbeck worked as a voluntary assistant in the surgical clinic at the University of Tübingen, served as a ship’s surgeon with the Hugo Stinnes lines, and as a practicing physician in Mexico City at the American Hospital. In 1924, he married an American woman, Ozelia Proteau, while living in Mexico City.

For three years (1924-1927), Dr. Kuhlenbeck was a Dozent of Anatomy and Comparative Neurology at the Imperial University of Tokyo, Japan, as well as at the Keio University of Tokyo, the Medical College of Chiba, and as a guest lecturer at the Imperial University of Hokkaido in Sapporo. He returned briefly to Germany in the role of Assistant in the Department of Anatomy at the University of Breslau, but left in 1933 “because of [his] opposition to the Nazi Regime.” After visiting Japanese universities, Kuhlenbeck received his medical license in New York while working at the Mt. Sinai Hospital, then obtained a Visiting Fellowship in Anatomy in the Medical School of the University of Pennsylvania in 1934.

In 1935, Dr. Kuhlenbeck was appointed Acting Professor of Anatomy and Head of the Department of Anatomy at Woman’s Medical College, and in 1938, became a full Professor. He received his United States citizenship in 1938. Dr. Kuhlenbeck spent most of the rest of his career at Woman’s Medical College, except for a brief absence between 1944 and 1946 when he served as Captain and then Major in the U.S. Army Medical Corps. In the Army, Dr. Kuhlenbeck was assigned to the Office of the Surgeon General in Washington, D.C., as an expert on health and sanitation in the Far East, and then as neuropathologist in the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology. After release from active duty, he served as a Civilian Consultant in Neuropathology to the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology until 1955.

Dr. Kuhlenbeck was elected as a Fellow to the College of Physicians of Philadelphia in 1947. He spent some of his free time flying; he was a licensed pilot. He traveled extensively, including the International Congress of Anatomists in Oxford, England, in 1950; South America, where he lectured in the Neurological Clinic of the University of Montevideo (Uruguay), the Hortega Institute in Buenos Aires (Argentina), the Universities of Santiago and Concepcion in Chile; the Japanese Association in Hirosaki, Japan (1961); and International Congresses in Paris (1955), Amsterdam (1959), and Kiel (1962). He visited the Max-Planck Institute for Brain Research in Frankfurt, Germany and was elected, in 1963, as a Foreign Scientific Member of the Institute and a member of the Society. He was awarded an honorary degree from Woman’s Medical College in 1965.

The Central Nervous System of Vertebrates, a seven volume work on the entire comparative neuroanatomy of the vertebrates, was completed in 1978. The philosophical background to this was mainly developed in two of his earlier works (Brain and Consciousness, 1957; Mind and Matter, 1961). These two books were summarized in a three-volume work, The Human Brain and its Universe, in 1982. Kuhlenbeck authored over 100 journal during his career.

In 1963, Dr. Kuhlenbeck was appointed Research Professor in Neurobiology at Woman’s Medical College and Emeritus Professor of Anatomy in 1971, a position which he held until 1982 when his wife, Ozelia, passed away and his health began deteriorating rapidly. He passed away December 14, 1984.

Scope and Contents

This collection spans the years 1911 to 1984, when Dr. Kuhlenbeck passed away. It represents Dr. Kuhlenbeck’s life as a serious researcher in neuroanatomy, his extensive traveling, and provides evidence of his education, military service, and his long career as a professor at Woman’s Medical College of Pennsylvania. This finding aid does not describe the approximately 500 volumes of books received with the donation of his papers.

Series I: Personal papers contains biographical information about Dr. Kuhlenbeck, including his appointments at Woman’s Medical College of Pennsylvania and his education, German military records, medical licenses, and datebooks belonging to Dr. Kuhlenbeck and his wife, Ozelia Kuhlenbeck. There are research notes from some of his publications, and prose works written by Mrs. Kuhlenbeck. Dr. Kuhlenbeck spent several years in Japan and his time there is represented by travel brochures, maps, and language flash cards. Mrs. Kuhlenbeck was involved with the Woman’s Medical College of Pennsylvania Auxiliary and this series houses the history of the organization and meeting minutes dating from 1948 to 1958. Of special note, Dr. Kuhlenbeck’s Tagebuchblatter (journal), dating from the end of World War I in 1918 to his appointment as Research Professor in Neurobiology in 1963. These journals are in German, but hold an intimate view into Dr. Kuhlenbeck’s life.

Series II: Correspondence contains address books and numerous Christmas cards addressed to Dr. and Mrs. Kuhlenbeck. Years of correspondence (1967-1982) between Dr. Kuhlenbeck and his colleague, neurosurgeon Joachim Gerlach, are of great interest, as they reflect both the professional and personal relationship of the doctors. Dr. Kuhlenbeck’s time at Woman’s Medical College is illustrated in this series, with letters concerning his appointments and his research included; however there is a large gap of no correspondence between 1946 and 1959. There are letters from his aunt or cousin, who remained in Germany during the 1930s. Additionally, correspondence from publishers S. Karger AG regarding Dr. Kuhlenbeck’s published works, especially The Human and Brain and its Universe, is found in this series.

Series III: Medical Illustrations consists mainly of sketches, proofs, and prints of illustrations found in the first volumes of The Central Nervous System of Vertebrates, although there are sketches from some of Dr. Kuhlenbeck’s early publications in the 1920s and 1930s. Also housed in this series are glass slides of images used in his publications dating to 1936, 1937, and 1938.

Series IV: Reprints contains medical journal articles of interest to Dr. Kuhlenbeck. The articles span 50 years, from 1920 to 1970.

Series V: Pathology Department holds autopsy reports from the Hospital of the Woman’s Medical College; these reports cover the years 1939 to 1955. The rest of the records in this series is restricted; these documents contain cancer consultations from the Department of Pathology, Hospital of the Woman’s Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1961-1969.

Series VI: Realia contains souvenirs from Dr. Kuhlenbeck’s extensive travels, including a possibly authentic shrunken head from Peru and matchbooks; and World War II memorabilia, including Dr. Kuhlenbeck’s jacket, pilot’s cap and googles, and military medals and pins.

Series VII: Photographs contains over twenty photo albums depicting Dr. Kuhlenbeck’s travels to Europe, Japan, South America, India, and other locations; including photos taken while flying or mountain climbing. Most albums are not dated or identified in any way. There are also photos of Dr. and Mrs. Kuhlenbeck and their families, and pictures of Dr. Kuhlenbeck as a young soldier in the German Army during World War I.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

Drexel University: College of Medicine Legacy Center

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Chrissie Perella

Access Restrictions

Series V: Pathology Department contains restricted material due to HIPAA. The material concerns cancer consultations during the 1960s in the Pathology Department within the Hospital of the Woman's Medical College.

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Related Materials

Related Archival Materials note

WM.300, Doris Bartuska papers: Dr. Bartuska served as Dr. Kuhlenbeck's estate executor. Accession 205, Records the (Woman's Medical College Clinical and Teaching Departments: Duplicate copies and later volumes of the Department of Pathology autopsy reports can be found in this collection. Accession 229, Records of the (Woman's) Medical College Associate Deans: A small biographical file assembled by the Dean's office. Most material is duplicated from this collection.

Separated Materials note

Approximately 500 volumes of books were donated along with Dr. Kuhlenbeck's papers. There is no current inventory available. The book collection spans roughly 187 linear feet.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania Auxiliary.
  • Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania.
Geographic Name(s)
  • Alps Region--Description and travel
Personal Name(s)
  • Gerlach, Joachim, 1908-
  • Kuhlenbeck, Ozelia
Subject(s)
  • Anatomists--German
  • Japan
  • Neurobiologists--German
  • Voyages and travels

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Collection Inventory

Personal papers.

Biographical.

Box Folder

Application for mental health research fund award (Kuhlenbeck as referee), undated.

1 1

Appointments aned education, undated.

1 2

Biographical infomation, undated.

1 3

Biographical infomation, undated.

1 4

Bibliography, scientific publications, 1920-1980.

1 5

Datebooks, undated.

1 6

Datebooks, Ozelia Kuhlenbeck, undated.

1 7

German military records, 1915-1918.

1 8

Lebenslauf duplicate, undated.

1 9

New York state medical licenses, 1935-1950; 1971.

1 10

Personal records, Hartwig Kuhlenbeck, 1933-1980.

1 11

Personal records, Hartwig Kuhlenbeck, 1933-1980.

1 12

Personal records, Ozelia Kuhlenbeck, 1936-1980.

1 13

Receipts, 1979-1984.

1 14

Wedding invitation, Ozelia and Hartwig, 1924.

1 15

University of Breslau receipts, 1927-1931.

1 16

Journals.

Box Folder

II Westindeinfahrt, Oktober/Januar 22/23, 1922-1923.

2 1

Journal pages, loose, undated.

2 2

Journals, 1913-1914.

2 3

Journals, 1918.

2 4

Journals, 1920-1921.

2 5

Journals, 1923.

2 6

Journals, 1924-1925.

2 7

Journals (copy this for 2-8), undated.

3 1

Notebooks/day planners, 1955-1961.

3 2

Tagebuchblatter, 1913.

3 3

Tagebuchblatter, copy, 1913.

3 4

Tagebuchblatter, 1915-1918.

3 5

Tagebuchblatter, 1918.

3 6

Tagebuchblatter, 1918-1927.

3 7

Tagebuchblatter, copy, 1918-1927.

4 1

Tagebuchblatter, 1927.

4 2

Tagebuchblatter, 1927-1930.

4 3

Tagebuchblatter, copy, 1927-1932.

4 4

Tagebuchblatter, 1931-1932.

4 5

Tagebuchblatter, 1933.

4 6

Tagebuchblatter, 1933-1935.

4 7

Tagebuchblatter, copy, 1933-1935.

5 1

Tagebuchblatter, 1936-1937.

5 2

Tagebuchblatter, 1938-1941.

5 3

Tagebuchblatter, 1942-1944.

5 4

Tagebuchblatter, 1944-1946.

5 5

Tagebuchblatter, copy, 1942-1946.

5 6

Tagebuchblatter, 1947-1949.

6 1

Tagebuchblatter, 1950.

6 2

Tagebuchblatter, 1951.

6 3

Tagebuchblatter, 1951.

6 4

Tagebuchblatter, 1952-1953.

6 5

Tagebuchblatter, 1954.

6 6

Tagebuchblatter, 1955.

6 7

Tagebuchblatter, 1955.

7 1

Tagebuchblatter, 1955-1956.

7 2

Tagebuchblatter, copy, 1955-1956.

7 3

Tagebuchblatter, 1957-1958.

7 4

Tagebuchblatter, 1959-1961.

7 5

Tagebuchblatter, 1961-1963.

7 6

Manuscripts and notes.

Box Folder

Book reviews, undated.

8 1

Breast, lung, and cancer patients, 1958-1964.

8 2

Consultations, 1965-1969.

8 3

Guinea pig and bone marrow reports, 1961-1964.

8 4

Central Nervous System of Vertebrates, undated.

8 5

Chapter XXX: Loci and Inherited Disorders of Interest in Neurology and Psychiatry, undated.

8 6

Gerhirn und Bewussten, 1973.

8 7

Gehirn uns Seele, 1927.

8 8

Dr. H. Kuhlenbeck computerized tomography, undated.

8 9

Hirn und Bewusstein, undated.

8 10

Histology (1 of 3), undated.

8 11

Histology (2 of 3), undated.

8 12

Histology (3 of 3), undated.

8 13

The Human Brain and its Universe, undated.

8 14

The Human Dicephalon, 1954.

8 15

Kuhlenbeck epistemologic papers (erkenntiskritische Schriften), 1958-1974.

8 16

Lebenslauf M. duplictate, undated.

8 17

Lecture given by Leiutenant Colonel Blumberg on the Rh factor, undated.

9 1

The Manifestation of Certain Germ Layer Potencies in Epithelial Neoplasms of the Urinary Bladder, undated.

9 2

Manuscripts: Beloff, John and Lord Brain, undated.

9 3

Manuscripts: Flew, Antony; Mackay, Donald; Quinton, Antony; anonymous, undated.

9 4

Medical and sanitary data on Japan, Korea, Manchuria, and Karafuto, U.S. War Department, restricted, undated.

9 5

Memorials to colleagues, 1926-1959.

9 6

Mind and Matter, 1961.

9 7

Necrology personal notices (obituaries), undated.

9 8

Notes, undated.

9 9

Notes, undated.

9 10

Notes, undated.

10 1

Notes, undated.

10 2

Notes, undated.

10 3

Notes, undated.

10 4

Notes, undated.

10 5

Notes: Conciousness, casualty, and neural mechanisms, undated.

10 6

Notes: Fragments, Breslau, 1927-1932.

10 7

Notes: Nephrogenic adenomas (bladder tumors), 1949; undated.

10 8

Notes and clippings: Varia, 1926-1928; undated.

10 9

Notes: Vase, undated.

10 10

Notes: Virus, undated.

10 11

Notes: Virus, further work, undated.

10 12

Notebooks, undated.

10 13

Notebooks, mathematics, undated.

10 14

Ozelia Kuhlenbeck: An Afternoon with Sumo, the National Sport of Japan, undated.

10 15

Ozelia Kuhlenbeck: The Fuji-kawa and Minobu, undated.

10 16

Ozelia Kuhlenbeck: Fuji-no-yama and Picturesque Spots of Japan, undated.

11 1

Ozelia Kuhlenbeck: Notes, undated.

11 2

Ozelia Kuhlenbeck: To the Summit, undated.

11 3

Ozelia Kuhlenbeck: Travel manuscripts, undated.

11 4

Prajna Panamita and Amitabha Sutra, undated.

11 5

The pretectal region of the human brain, 1949.

11 6

Recollections, medical colleagues, 1954-1960.

11 7

Santiago Ramon y Cajal, 1981.

11 8

Some Observations on Neurotropic Effects of Vesicular Stomatitis Virus in the Mouse Brain, 1962.

11 9

Study of the sciatic nerve and spinal ganglia in Wistar rats of different ages, undated.

11 10

Typescripts: Das Positive bet Schopenhauer, undated.

11 11

Typescripts: Leyh, Frowine and anonymous, 1980; undated.

11 12

Uber die beiden Hauptprinzipien in der Vergelichenden Hirnforschung, undated.

11 13

Uber die morphologische Bewertung der sekundaren Neuromerie, 1935-1936.

11 14

Travel.

Box Folder

Souvenir postcards, undated.

11 15

Souvenir stationery, undated.

11 16

Travel brochures and maps, undated.

11 17

Travel brochures and maps, undated.

11 18

Travel brochures and maps, undated.

11 19

Travel brochures and maps, undated.

12 1

Travel brochures and maps, undated.

12 2

Travel brochures and maps, undated.

12 3

Travel brochures and maps, undated.

12 4

Travel brochures and maps, undated.

12 5

Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam catalog, undated.

12 6

Sketchbooks, 1911-1912; undated.

73

6th Congres Federatif International D'Anatomie, 1955.

13 1

Eighth Annual Anatomists' Congress, Wiesbaden, 1965.

13 2

American Association of Anatomists meeting program, 1950, 1954.

13 3

American Association of Neuropathologists Annual Meeting, New York, 1943.

13 4

American Association of Neuropathologists conference programs and newsletters, 1952-1984.

13 5

The Harvery Cushing Society, Program of the 15th Annual Meeting, 1947.

13 6

International Anatomical Congress, Oxford, 1950.

13 7

International Meeting of Neurobiologists, 1955.

13 8

International Meeting of Neurobiologists, 1959.

13 9

International Symposium der Neurobiologen, 1962.

13 10

International Symposium on Phylogenesis and Ontogenesis of the Forebrain, 1965.

13 11

Other conferences, 1960-1963.

13 12

Wiesbaden Festliche Kur und Kongress-Stadt, 1963.

13 13

Japan.

Box

Japanese language learning notebooks, undated.

14

Japanese language learning notebooks, undated.

15

Japanese language flash cards, undated.

16

Japanese language flash cards, undated.

17

Japan andere addressen, undated.

18 1

Keio University booklets, 1958.

18 2

Souvenir postcards, undated.

18 3

Souvenir stationery, undated.

18 4

Travel brochures and maps, undated.

18 5

Travel brochures and maps, undated.

18 6

Travel brochures and maps, undated.

18 7

University of Tokyo, Faculty of Medicine booklet, 1957.

18 8

Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania Auxiliary.

Box Folder

History of the Auxiliary of the Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1958.

18 9

History and meeting minutes (1 of 2), 1948-1958.

19 1

History and meeting minutes (2 of 2), 1948-1958.

19 2

Meeting minutes, 1958-1962.

19 3

Ephemera.

Box Folder

World War I maps, 1915-1918.

19 4

The Art of Philadelphia Medicine, 1965.

20 1

Aus dem Tagebuch eines Philosophen by Tarachand, K.J., 1973.

20 2

Aviation: airports and manuals, 1940; undated.

20 3

Journal of Neuropathology and Experimental Neurology, 1984.

20 4

Lady Irwin College, New Dehli, 1957-1961.

20 5

Lower Merion Society [for] horses, 1959.

20 6

Other pamphlets, 1954-1983.

20 7

Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1950-1980.

20 8

Uber die Nutzbarkeit von Schopenhauer-Zitaten, undated.

20 9

United States Army Medical Department bulletin, undated.

20 10

United Nations booklets, 1959-1962.

20 11

Wissahickon Valley Horse Show, 1954.

20 12

Index card files, undated.

21

Index card files, undated.

22

Correspondence.

Box Folder

Addresses, undated.

23 1

Address books, undated.

23 2

Bartuska, Doris, and family, 1975-1984.

23 3

Blank stationery and greeting cards, undated.

23 4

Calling cards, undated.

23 5

Central European Emigres, 1979.

23 6

Christmas cards, 1963-1966.

23 7

Christmas cards, 1967-1969.

23 8

Christmas cards, 1970-1975.

24 1

Christmas cards, 1979-1981.

24 2

Christmas cards, 1980.

24 3

Christmas cards, 1981-1982.

24 4

Christmas cards, undated.

24 5

Christmas cards, undated.

24 6

(re) Decorticate child, 1960-1961.

24 7

Denbow, Enid (British Guyana), 1958-1962.

24 8

Dratman, Mary B., 1979-1980; undated.

24 9

Fay, Marion Spencer, 1908.

24 10

Fujita, T., undated.

24 11

(re) Gehirn un intelligenz article, 1965.

24 12

Gerlach, Joachim, 1967-1968.

25 1

Gerlach, Joachim, 1970-1975.

25 2

Gerlach, Joachim, 1978-1979.

25 3

Gerlach, Joachim, 1979-1984.

25 4

Gerlach, Joachim, 1981-1982.

25 5

Hassler, R., 1970-1972; 1983.

25 6

Harper and Row Publishers, 1971-1972.

25 7

Japan letters, 1961.

25 8

Kan, Reverend S., 1982.

25 9

Kuhlenbeck, Helene, 1934-1936.

25 10

Leyh, A., 1937; 1940.

26 1

Leyh, Frowine, 1967-1983.

26 2

Leyh, Frowine, 1980.

26 3

Leyh, Uta, 1982.

26 4

Max-Planck Institut fuer Hirnforschung, 1970-1984; undated.

26 5

Mount Sinai Hospital, 1939-1944.

26 6

Niimi, Kahee, 1970-1982.

26 7

Oksche, A., 1978-1982.

26 8

Other, career related, 1934-1946.

26 9

Other, career related, 1961-1982.

26 10

Other, personal, 1941-1944.

27 1

Other, personal, 1948-1983.

27 2

(to) Ozelia Kuhlenbeck, 1970-1978.

27 3

Ozelia and Hartwig, 1944-1946.

28 1

Professional organizations, 1940-1946.

28 2

Professional organizations, 1970-1983.

28 3

(regarding) Publications, 1965-1966.

28 4

Rorke, Lucy B., 1982.

28 5

Schopenhauer Gesellschaft, 1970; 1979-1981.

28 6

S. Karger AG, 1960-1961.

28 7

S. Karger AG, re "Brain's review pro/con and others", 1980-1984.

28 8

Scade, J.P., redecorticate EEG, 1962-1963.

28 9

Spalek, John M., 1981.

28 10

Spatz, Hugo, 1968-1969.

28 11

Sympathy cards, re Ozelia Kuhlenbeck, 1982.

29 1

Terui, S., 1961.

29 2

Tracy, Martha, 1937-1938.

29 3

Trautmann, Frederic, re Schopenhauer, 1973.

29 4

Turner and Son Funeral Home, 1982-1983.

29 5

University of Pennsylvania, 1935-1936.

29 6

War Department, Philadelphia Quartermaster Depot, 1944.

29 7

Warner, F.J., 1972-1973.

29 8

Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1936-1946.

29 9

Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1959; 1974-1982.

29 10

Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania Auxiliary, 1974-1977.

29 11

World Federation, 1969-1971.

29 12

World War I Service "Miliz!", 1916-1920.

29 13

Medical Illustrations.

Box Folder

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 2 figures, prints 1-69, undated.

30 1

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 2 figures, prints 70-98, undated.

30 2

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 2 figures, prints, undated.

30 3

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 2 figures, prints 1-69, undated.

30 4

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 3 figures, prints, "Old figures from vol. 3/I", undated.

30 5

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 3, part I figures, prints and sketches 1-100, undated.

30 6

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 3, part I figures, prints and sketches 101-200, undated.

30 7

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 3, part I figures, prints and sketches 201-300, undated.

31 1

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 3, part I figures, prints and sketches 301-412, undated.

31 2

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 3, part I figures, proofs 1-126, undated.

31 3

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 3, part I figures, proofs 1-185, undated.

31 4

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 3, part I figures, proofs 186-298, undated.

32 1

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 3, part I figures, proofs 224-254, undated.

32 2

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 3, part I figures, proofs 255-412, undated.

32 3

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 3, part I figures, proofs 391-412, undated.

32 4

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 3, part I figures, prints, duplicates 91-168, undated.

32 5

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 3, part I figures, prints, duplicates 169-237, undated.

32 6

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 3, part I figures, slides 171-254, undated.

33 1

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 3, part I figures, slides 255-298, undated.

32 2

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 3, part I figures, slides 323-411, undated.

33 3

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 3, part I figures, prints, duplicates 238-298, undated.

34 1

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 3, part I figures, duplicate prints,; sketches and tables, undated.

34 2

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 3, part II figures, prints, notes, and sketches 1-50, undated.

34 3

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 3, part II figures, prints, notes, and sketches 51-100, undated.

34 4

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 3, part II figures, prints, notes, and sketches 101-150, undated.

34 5

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 3, part II figures, prints, notes, and sketches 151-200, undated.

34 6

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 3, part II figures, prints, notes, and sketches 201-250, undated.

34 7

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 3, part II figures, prints, notes, and sketches 251-300, undated.

34 8

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 3, part II figures, prints, notes, and sketches, 301-350, undated.

35 1

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 3, part II figures, prints, notes, and sketches 351-400, undated.

35 2

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 3, part II figures, prints, notes, and sketches 401-450, undated.

35 3

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 3, part II figures, prints, notes, and sketches 451-472, undated.

35 4

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 3, part II figures, prints, notes, and sketches, undated.

35 5

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 3, part II figures, prints 70-210, undated.

35 6

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 3, part II figures, prints 211-331, undated.

36 1

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 3, part II figures, prints 332- 431, undated.

36 2

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 3, part II figures, prints 432-461, undated.

36 3

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 3, part II figures, duplicate prints, undated.

36 4

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 3, part II figures, duplicate prints, undated.

37 1

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 3, part II figures, duplicate prints, undated.

37 2

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 4 figures, prints, notes, and sketches 1-148, undated.

37 3

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 4 figures, prints, notes, and sketches, undated.

37 4

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 4 figures, prints 1-250, undated.

38 1

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 4 figures, prints 251-364, undated.

38 2

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 4 figures, prints 365-430, undated.

38 3

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 4 figures, prints, undated.

39 1

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 4 figures, prints, undated.

39 2

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 4 figures, proofs 1-430, undated.

39 3

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 4 figures, prints, undated.

40 1

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 4 figures, prints, undated.

40 2

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 4 figures, slides 1-430, undated.

41

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 5, part I figures, prints, notes, and sketches 1-40, undated.

42 1

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 5, part I figures, prints, notes, and sketches 41-80, undated.

42 2

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 5, part I figures, prints, notes, and sketches 81-120, undated.

42 3

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 5, part I figures, prints, notes, and sketches 121-150, undated.

42 4

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 5, part I figures, prints, notes, and sketches 151-190, undated.

42 5

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 5, part I figures, prints, notes, and sketches 200-239, undated.

42 6

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 5, part I figures, prints, notes, and sketches 240-262, undated.

42 7

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 5, part I figures, slides 1-243, undated.

43

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 5, part I figures, prints, notes, and sketches, undated.

44 1

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 5, part II figures, prints, notes, and sketches 1-73, undated.

44 2

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 5, part II figures, prints, notes, and sketches, undated.

44 3

Central Nervous Systems, vol. 5 figures, "Originals", undated.

44 4

Central Nervous Systems, unidentified figures, prints, notes, and sketches, undated.

44 5

Central Nervous Systems, unidentified figures, prints, undated.

44 6

Central Nervous Systems, unidentified figures, prints, undated.

44 7

Central Nervous Systems, unidentified figures, prints, undated.

45 1

Central Nervous Systems, unidentified figures, prints, undated.

45 2

Central Nervous Systems, unidentified figures, prints, undated.

45 3

Central Nervous Systems, unidentified figures, prints, undated.

45 4

Central Nervous Systems, unidentified figures, prints and slides, undated.

46 1

Central Nervous Systems, unidentified figures, prints and slides, undated.

46 2

Article numbers 5, 6, and 7, 1921-1922.

46 3

Article numbers 8, 9, 10, and 11, 1922-1924.

46 4

Article numbers 12, 13, 14, and 15, 1924-1926.

46 5

Article numbers 16, 17, 18, and 19, 1927-1928.

46 6

Article number 43, 1939.

46 7

Article numbers 196, 20, and 21, undated.

47 1

Demonstration, neuroanatomy, undated.

47 2

Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation, regarding article number 40, undated.

47 3

Minra, Zwischenbirn, Originalabbilenungen, undated.

47 4

Pretectal region, rabbit, undated.

47 5

Pretectal region, additional illustrations, undated.

47 6

Zwischenbirn den Anamnier, undated.

47 7

Zwischenbirn den Anamnier, undated.

47 8

Medical illustrations, unidentified, undated.

47 9

Medical illustrations, unidentified, undated.

48 1

Medical illustrations, unidentified, undated.

48 2

Medical illustrations, unidentified, undated.

48 3

Medical illustrations, unidentified, undated.

48 4

Medical illustrations, unidentified, undated.

48 5

Medical illustrations, unidentified, undated.

48 6

Medical illustrations, unidentified, undated.

48 7

Medical illustrations, unidentified, undated.

48 8

Medical illustrations, unidentified, undated.

48 9

Slides, Dr. Szekely, 1959.

48 10

Glass slides, Arhinencephaly with with extreme eversion of the endbrain, 1936.

49 1

Glass slides, The ontogenetic development of the diencephalic centers in a bird's brain, 1937.

49 2

Glass slides, The ontogenetic development and phylogenetic significance of the cortex telencephali in the chick, 1938.

49 3

Reprints.

Box

Reprints A, 1920-1970.

50

Reprints A-B, 1920-1970.

51

Reprints B, 1920-1970.

52

Reprints C, 1920-1970.

53

Reprints C-D, 1920-1970.

54

Reprints D-F, 1920-1970.

55

Reprints F-G, 1920-1970.

56

Reprints G-H, 1920-1970.

57

Reprints H, 1920-1970.

58

Reprints H-K, 1920-1970.

59

Reprints K-L, 1920-1970.

60

Reprints L-M, 1920-1970.

61

Reprints M-N, 1920-1970.

62

Reprints N-P, 1920-1970.

63

Reprints P-R, 1920-1970.

64

Reprints R-S, 1920-1970.

65

Reprints S-T, 1920-1970.

66

Reprints T-W, 1920-1970.

67

Reprints W-Z and Other, 1920-1970.

68

Clippings.

Box

Clippings, 1944-1967.

69

Clippings, 1944-1967.

70

Clippings, 1965-1970.

71

Clippings, 1954-1958.

72 1

Clippings, 1955-1974.

72 2

Clippings, re Bertrand Russell, 1967.

72 3

Clippings, re Einstein's brain, 1966-1982.

72 4

Clippings, re French suicide book, 1982.

72 5

Clippings, re Hartwig Kuhlenveck, 1963-1980.

72 6

Clippings, re Nepal, 1969-1973.

72 7

Modern Maturity articles, 1978-1981.

72 8

Science articles, 1978-1979.

72 9

Science articles, 1980-1981.

72 10

Science articles, 1981-1982.

72 11

Science articles, 1979-1983.

72 12

Recipes, undated.

72 13

Recipe-related, undated.

72 14

A Reporter at Large: The Azores, 1959.

72 15

Spemann's Alpen Kalendar, 1936-1951.

74 1

Bilden aus dem Alpen, undated.

74 2

New York Times Magazine, 1952-1956.

74 3

Other, undated.

74 4

Scrapbook, 1934.

75 1

Scrapbook, 1935.

75 1

Scrapbook, 1936.

76 1

Scrapbook, 1937-1939.

77 1

Scrapbook, 1939-1940.

77 2

Scrapbook, 1940-1941.

78 1

Scrapbook, 1942-1944.

79 1

Scrapbook, 1944-1948.

79 2

Scrapbook, 1948.

79 3

Pathology department.

Box Folder

Autopsy reports, 1939-1940.

81 1

Autopsy reports, 1941-1942.

81 2

Autopsy reports, 1943.

81 3

Autopsy reports, 1944.

81 4

Autopsy reports, 1945-1946.

81 5

Autopsy reports, 1947.

82 1

Autopsy reports, 1948.

82 2

Autopsy reports, 1949.

82 3

Autopsy reports, 1950.

82 4

Autopsy reports, 1951.

82 5

Autopsy reports, 1952.

82 6

Autopsy reports, 1953.

82 7

Autopsy reports, 1953.

83 1

Autopsy reports, 1954.

83 2

Autopsy reports, 1955.

83 3

Autopsy reports, 1955.

83 4

Photographs.

Box

Prints, undated.

84

Prints and negatives, undated.

85

Prints and negatives, undated.

86

Photo albums, travel, undated.

87

Photo albums, travel, undated.

88

Photo albums, travel, undated.

89

Photo albums, travel, undated.

90

Photo albums, travel, undated.

91

Photo albums, travel, undated.

92

Photo albums, travel, undated.

93

Photo albums, travel, undated.

94

Photo albums, travel, undated.

95

Photo albums, travel, undated.

96

Photo albums, travel, undated.

97

Photo albums, travel, undated.

98

Photo albums, travel, undated.

99

Photo albums, travel, undated.

100

Photo albums, travel, undated.

101

Photo albums, travel, undated.

102

Photo albums, travel, undated.

103

Photo albums, travel, undated.

104

Photo albums, travel, undated.

105

Photo albums, travel, undated.

106

Photo albums, travel, undated.

107

Photo albums, undated.

108

Photo albums, undated.

109

Photo albums, undated.

110

Photo albums, undated.

111

Travel photos A-M, undated.

112

Travel photos N-U, undated.

113

Travel photos and family/friends, undated.

114

Travel and lecture slides, undated.

115

Travel and lecture slides, undated.

116

Realia.

Box

Pilot goggles, undated.

117

Black plastic case war medals and pins, undated.

118

Black box war medals and pins, undated.

118

Clear plastic case war medals and pins, undated.

118

Glasses, undated.

118A

Ruler, undated.

118A

Leather key holder, undated.

118A

Pencil case, undated.

118A

Ideogram stamp, undated.

118A

Letter opener, undated.

118A

Magnifying glass, undated.

118A

(2) unidentified objects, undated.

118A

(2) international stamps, undated.

118A

(6) beaded necklaces and bracelets, undated.

118B

Small burlap sack, undated.

118B

Surgical kit, undated.

118C

Miniature totem pole, undated.

118C

Japanese fan, undated.

118C

(4) name plaques, undated.

118C

Shield-shaped plaque, undated.

118C

Unidentified object, undated.

118C

Envelope with hair, undated.

118C

Notepaper in case, undated.

118

Map measure, undated.

118

Name cards, undated.

118

(5) match books, undated.

118

Box pen nibs, undated.

118

Bar souvenir soap, undated.

118

Perpetual calendat, undated.

118

U.S.S. Olympia viewer, undated.

118

Carabana cigar box, undated.

119

(2) reed-woven caps/wallets, undated.

119

Purple silk scarf, undated.

119

International Neurobiologists' Meeting envelope, 1959.

119

Original box of shrunken head, undated.

119

(3) pipes and pipe stand, undated.

119E

Jivaro shrunken head, undated.

119

Miniature paper cutter, undated.

119G

Slide lightbox, undated.

119G

Boarding pass wallet, undated.

119G

(2) luggage tags, undated.

119G

Unidentified object, undated.

119G

Painted pleather strip, undated.

119G

Metal cigar holder, undated.

119G

World War II jacket, undated.

120

(2) World War II caps, undated.

120

Pilot's cap, undated.

120

Pilot's gloves, undated.

120

Academic hood, undated.

120