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College of Physicians of Philadelphia Office of the Executive Director records

CPP 9/0001-01

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

Summary Information

Repository:
Historical Medical Library of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia
Creator:
College of Physicians of Philadelphia.
Title:
College of Physicians of Philadelphia Office of the Executive Director records
Date [bulk]:
1977-2002
Date [inclusive]:
1977-2002 1951-2003
Call Number:
CPP 9/0001-01
Extent:
112 containers
Language:
English
Abstract:
The Office of the Executive Director is the lead office in charge of administering the business of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia. The Executive Director oversees the activities of the College of Physicians staff including staff of the Historical Medical Library, the Mütter Museum, the Francis Clark Wood Institute, and the Finance Department. The Executive Director also oversees the College functions of institutional advancement, communications, membership, and special events. As a result, the records in this collection document the everyday administrative activities and governance of the College, and span the years 1953 to 2003 (Bulk 1977 to 2003). Documents consist of correspondence, memoranda, reports, pamphlets of outside organizations, financial reports, minutes, and agendas. This collection is divided into six series. The first three series house the records of specific executive directors: “William F. Chaveas” (1978-1986), “John O’Donnell” (1987-1995), and “Marc Micozzi” (1995-2002). The fourth series, “Office Records,” contains general office files from the Executive Director’s office. Other series include the records produced during the “Executive Director Search” in 2002 and the records created by the College of Physicians during its participation in the creation of the “Health Sciences Library Consortium” (HSLC).
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[Description and date of item], CPP 9/0001, College of Physicians of Philadelphia Office of the Executive Director records, 1951-2003 (bulk, 1977-2002), Historical Medical Library of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia.
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Biography/History

The Office of the Executive Director is the lead office in the general administration of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia. The College of Physicians is not an academic organization, as the name suggests, but a not-for-profit educational and cultural institution dedicated to advancing the cause of health and upholding the ideals and heritage of medicine. It was founded in 1787 by twenty-four prominent Philadelphians, including John Redman (1722-1808), elected first president of the College; John Morgan (1735-1789), founder of America's first medical school; and Benjamin Rush (1745-1813), a signer of the Declaration of Independence and vigorous advocate of many humanitarian and social causes. The current administration of the College stems from Benjamin Rush’s original proposed method of governance, which consisted of the Council, President and the Board of Trustees. It is the goals and mission set forth by this governing body that the Executive Director is expected to achieve.

Governance of the College is facilitated by a number of committees, the council (or board of trustees), and a board of advisors that are composed of fellows of the college and nominated into their positions. The Office of the Executive Director oversees the general mission of the College, as well as its staff, the College’s strategic plan, and budget. It also evaluates all of the College of Physicians’ activities, ensuring that the policies established by the College of Physicians’ governing board are upheld.

The Executive Director oversees the Historical Medical Library, the Mütter Museum, and the Francis Clark Wood Institute. The Historical Medical Library at the College of Physicians of Philadelphia collects books and information regarding medical history and related topics. The Mütter Museum collects items relating to the history of medicine and medical anomalies. The Francis Clark Wood Institute for the History of Medicine’s goal is to promote the historical resources of the College of Physicians to the academic community. It provides funds for memberships and a scholar in residence program, and sponsors conferences, seminars, and travel grants to researchers. The Executive Director also oversees the institutional advancement, the finance department, communications, and membership of the College.

More specifically, the Executive Director builds and maintains relationships with donors, potential donors, and fellows of the College. The Executive Director’s responsibility is to foresee that the College and staff are operating to achieve the strategic plan as well as facilitate the creation of educational programs and services that fulfill the College’s mission statement. The Executive Director also oversees the creation of successful programs and events at the College, such as lectures, discussions, and seminars. Past Executive Directors include William F. Chaveas, John M. O’Donnell and Marc Micozzi.

William F. Chaveas was Executive Director at the College of Physicians from 1975 to 1985. Prior to his position at the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, Chaveas was an Associate Professor and Dean of Administration at the Burlington County College in Pemberton, New Jersey. He also worked a variety of positions at Radio Corporation of America, including manufacturing management, management systems, and administration.

John M. O’Donnell replaced William F. Chaveas as Executive Director in 1986 and ended his own term as Executive Director in 1995. Prior to his position at the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, John M. O’Donnell was the Director of the Office of Alumni Relations at the University of Delaware and the Director of Development and Public Relations at the Delaware American Heart Association. He also served as a Development Associate for the College of Physician's 150th Anniversary Capital Campaign. O’Donnell earned a M.A. degree in American History from the University of Delaware and a Ph.D. in American History from the University of Pennsylvania.

Marc Micozzi was the Executive Director of the College of Physicians from 1995 to 2002. He was a former member of the College of Physicians Board of Advisors. Micozzi was both a physician and an anthropologist and received his M.D., M.Sc., and Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. His past experience included serving as the Director of the National Museum of Health and Medicine and as a Senior Investigator for the National Cancer Institute in Maryland. His career focus was on advancing the use of complementary and alternative medicine.

Bibliography

Portions of this Historical Note are taken directly from the College of Physicians of Philadelphia website: http://www.collphyphil.org/ERICS/cpphistory.htm (accessed July 15, 2010).

Scope and Contents

The Office of the Executive Director is the lead office in charge of administering the business of the College of Physicians. The Executive Director oversees the activities of the College of Physicians staff, including the staff of the Historical Medical Library, the Mütter Museum, the Francis Clark Wood Institute, and the Finance Department. The Executive Director also oversees the College functions of institutional advancement, the finance department, communications, membership, and programs and special events.

The records of the Office of the Executive Director are divided into six series. The first three series are the files of specific executive directors: “William F. Chaveas” (1951 to 1985 [bulk 1978 to 1985]), “John O’Donnell” (1984 to 2002 [bulk 1987 to 1990]), and “Marc Micozzi” (1976 to 2002 [bulk 1990 to 2002]). The fourth series, “Office Records” (1954 to 1995 [1975 to 1995]), contains general offices files from the Executive Director’s office. All four of these series are structured in the same manner and are divided into the following subseries: “Administration,” “Facilities,” “Historical Medical Library,” “Mütter Museum,” “Personnel,” “Financial,” “Governance,” “Correspondence,” “Outside Organizations,” “Programs and Special Events,” “Subject Files,” and the “Francis Clark Wood Institute.” The last two series in the collection include “Executive Director Search” and the “Health Sciences Library Consortium (HSLC).” The latter contains the records created by the College of Physicians during its participation in the creation of that group from 1987 to 1992.

Material within the collection largely comprises printed documents, typed correspondence and emails, reports, memoranda, minutes, agendas, brochures and information booklets, and financial statements. It also includes some photographs, a cassette, bound volumes, plaques and pins.

The Executive Director records offer a top-down overview of the College’s activities, especially its finances, grants, programs, employees, and general operation. The College of Physicians of Philadelphia Office of the Executive Director records is an excellent collection for those studying the history of non-profit management or the history of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia. The records document the tremendous amount of influence that the Executive Director has over the organization’s functioning. Researchers studying the College of Physicians’ Francis Clark Wood Institute records, the Historical Medical Library records, and the Mutter Museum records will find the Executive Director’s records to be complementary.

Please refer to individual series scope and content notes for more information.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

Historical Medical Library of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia,  2010-07-15

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Finding aid prepared by Megan Atkinson and Becky Koch

Sponsor

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

Access Restrictions

Access to much of this collection is restricted. Please contact the College of Physicians Historical Medical Library for more information.

Use Restrictions

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

Processing Information note

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

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

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

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • College of Physicians of Philadelphia. Library.
  • College of Physicians of Philadelphia.
  • Francis Clark Wood Institute for the History of Medicine.
  • Mid-Eastern Regional Medical Library Service.
  • Mütter Museum.
Form/Genre(s)
  • Administrative records
  • Correspondence
  • Financial records
  • Lectures
  • Minutes
  • Personnel records
  • Photographs
  • Reports
  • Statistics
Personal Name(s)
  • Chaveas, William F., (William Francis), 1922-
  • Micozzi, Marc S., 1953-
  • O'Donnell, John
Subject(s)
  • Committees
  • Medical libraries
  • Medical museums
  • Medicine--History
  • Programs
  • Special events

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Collection Inventory

Series I. William F. Chaveas, Bulk, 1978-1985 1951-1985 (Bulk, 1978-1985) .

Scope and Contents note

William F. Chaveas (1922-) was Executive Director at the College of Physicians from 1975 to 1985.

The “William F. Chaveas” series dates from 1951 to 1985, with the bulk of the records dating from 1978 to 1985. The subseries within this record group are: “Administration,” “Facilities,” “Financial,” “Historical Medical Library,” “Governance,” “Programs and Special Events,” “Outside Organizations,” “Correspondence,” and “Subject Files.”

The “Administration” subseries dates from 1979 to 1980. A significant portion of the "Administration" subseries is composed of general files, which contain memoranda, correspondence, agendas, minutes, reports and other records. The records are organized chronologically by month.

The second subseries, “Facilities,” contains a large amount of information regarding building and development plans and renovations for the College. There are also records on computer upgrades within the College. The “Facilities” subseries dates from 1977 to 1985 and is organized chronologically by year.

Next is the “Financial” subseries which dates from 1978 to 1985 and is arranged chronologically by year. The records concern accounts, asset reports, operating reports, as well as fund revenues and expenditures. The “Historical Medical Library” subseries dates from 1978 to 1984 and is organized chronologically by year. It contains numerous grant proposals for the Library that fulfill a variety of needs, including reorganizing journals, repairing water-damaged materials, and enhancing the catalog.

The “Governance” subseries is large and includes records about the Board of Advisors, the Committee on Budget and Finance, Council meeting information, the Committee on Fellowship, the Fellow’s Room Committee, the Committee for Funding, the Committee on the Institute for the History of Medicine, the Committee on Library, the Committee on the Mütter Museum, the Nominating Committee, the Committee on Planning and Development, the Committee on Public Health and Preventative Medicine, the Committee on Scientific Affairs, and the Women’s Committee. The records are arranged as they are listed above, and are arranged chronologically within the individual committee groupings. Records in “Governance” mostly include correspondence, minutes, agenda, memoranda, meeting files, attendance sheets and reports. The records date from 1958 to 1985, with the bulk of the records dating from 1978 to 1985.

Of note in the “Governance” subseries is the extensive documentation on the Committee on Public Health and Preventative Medicine as well as the Committee on Public Health and Preventative Medicine’s Hypertension Symposium. Many of the committees in the Chaveas’ “Governance” subseries appear to have been disbanded or changed after 1985, including the Committee on Library, the Committee on the Mütter Museum, Committee on the Institute for the History of Medicine, and the Fellow’s Room Committee.

The “Outside Organization” subseries consists of information regarding programs and institutions outside the College of Physicians. These files contain correspondence, invitations to events, annual reports, ephemera, and information about specific institutions. The organizations included in the “Outside Organization” subseries include the Greater Philadelphia Organization for Clinical Trials, the Philadelphia Association for Clinical Trials, and National Library of Medicine. The records date from 1978 to the 1980s. This is a particularly small subseries, consisting of only three folders.

The next subseries, “Correspondence,” is the largest in this series. Researchers should note that correspondence was kept in its original order, and as a result, it is arranged in a number of ways. There are three general groups of correspondence which overlap significantly in date. The first group of correspondence files is organized chronologically by month from 1980 to 1982. The next group, which dates from 1980 to 1986, is arranged alphabetically. At the end of the subseries, correspondence is arranged by subject.

The “Programs and Special Events” subseries contains a large amount of information on the College’s Continuing Education Program, which include topics such as coronary heart disease, cardiac arrhythmias and consumer attitudes regarding physicians. The records date from 1968 to 1986 and are arranged alphabetically.

Finally, the “Subject File” subseries encompasses all records that do not readily situate themselves into one of the established subseries. Of interest is the College’s award artwork drawn by Morris M’Cool, which consists of illustrated examples of awards that the College gives to fellows. The series also contains information on T. Grier Miller, founder and first chief of the Gastroenterology section at the University of Pennsylvania; acquisition information on The Dermatology Collection; and acquisition information about Philadelphia General Hospital.

Subseries a. Administration.

Box Folder

General file, 1979 January.

1 1-2

General file, 1979 February.

1 3

General file, 1979 March.

1 4

General file, 1979 April.

1 5

General file, 1979 May.

1 6

General file, 1979 June.

1 7

General file, 1979 July.

2 1

General file, 1979 August.

2 2

General file, 1979 September.

2 3

General file, 1979 October.

2 4

General file, 1980 November.

2 5

General file, 1979 December.

2 6

General file, 1980 January-March.

3 1

General file, 1980 April-July.

3 2

General file, 1980 August-October.

3 3

General file, 1980 November-December.

3 4

Pending file on bylaws and ordinances, 1980.

3 5

Proposals for revision of the ordinances and bylaws, 1980.

3 6

Subseries b. Facilities.

Box Folder

Building and grounds development plans, 1977.

3 7

Building and grounds development plan, 1978.

4 1

Building renovations, 1978-1979.

4 2

Building and grounds development plan, 1979.

4 3

Building renovations, 1979.

4 4

Building renovations, 1979-1980.

4 5

Computer upgrades, 1983.

4 6

Building permits and plans, 1985.

4 7

Subseries c. Historical Medical Library.

Box Folder

Grant proposal, enhancing catalog, 1978.

5 1

Grant proposal, MDS Influenza Bibliography, 1971.

5 2

Grant proposal, medical library resource project, 1972.

5 3

Grant proposal, reorganization of journals, 1971.

5 4

Grant proposal, strengthening research library resources, 1978-1979.

5 5

Grant proposal, water-damaged materials, 1978-1979.

5 6

"Library Development Plan for 200th Anniversary", 1984.

5 7

Subseries d. Financial.

Box Folder

General fund revenues and expenditures, 1976-1977.

5 8

Budget task force, 1978-1981.

5 9

Budget planning, 1979.

5 10-11

Account statements, 1979-1981.

6 1

Revenue and expense statements, 1979-1980.

6 2

Asset reports, 1981.

6 3

Operating budgets, 1981-1985.

6 4

Subseries e. Governance.

Box Folder

Board of Advisors, 1980-1985.

6 5

Committee on Budget and Finance, 1978.

6 6

Committee on Budget and Finance, 1979.

7 1

Committee on Budget and Finance: Sub-Committee on Budget and Planning, 1979-1980.

7 2

Committee on Budget and Finance, 1980.

7 3-5

Committee on Budget and Finance, 1981 January-June.

7 6

Committee on Budget and Finance, 1981 July-December.

8 1

Committee on Budget and Finance, 1981-1982.

8 2

Committee on Budget and Finance: Dues, correspondence, memos, 1984.

8 3

Council: Rules and regulations, 1958.

8 4

Council: Officers, council, committees, 1972-1981.

8 5

Council: Memos and correspondence, 1979-1980.

8 6

Council: Meeting file, 1981 January-June.

8 7-12

Council: Meeting file, 1981 September-December.

8 13-16

Council: Meeting file, 1982 January-February.

8 17-18

Council: Meeting file, 1982 March-May.

9 1-3

Council: Meeting file, 1984 November-December.

9 4-5

Council: Meeting file, 1985 January-June.

9 6-11

Council: Meeting file, 1985 September-December.

9 12-15

Committee on Fellowship, 1978-1979.

9 16

Committee on Fellowship: correspondence, memos, 1979-1981.

9 17

Fellow's Room Subcommittee, 1978-1979.

10 1

Fellow's Room Subcommittee, 1979-1980.

10 2

Fellow's Room Subcommittee: Lockers, 1980.

10 3

Committee for Funding: Transactions and Studies, 1978-1979.

10 4

Committee on the Institute for the History of Medicine, 1978-1979.

10 5

Greater Philadelphia Committee on Medical-Pharmaceutical Sciences, 1968-1985.

10 6-10

Committee on Library, 1978-1981.

11 1-4

Miscellaneous committee files, 1979-1980.

11 5

Miscellaneous committee files, 1979-1982.

11 6-7

Committee on Mutter Museum, 1978-1979.

11 8

Nominating and Election Committee: review of procedures, 1979-1980.

12 1

Nominating Committee: correspondence, "Charter Ordinances and By-laws of the College of Physicians", 1979-1980.

12 2

Nominating Committee, 1979-1986.

12 3

Committee on Planning and Development: Subcommittee on Fundraising, 1979.

12 4

Committee on Planning and Development, 1978-1981.

12 5-7

Committee on Public Health and Preventative Medicine: minutes, correspondence, brochures, reports, 1980-1981.

12 8

Committee on Public Health and Preventative Medicine: minutes, correspondence, 1980-1981.

12 9

Committee on Public Health and Preventative Medicine: Hypertension Symposium, 1978-1979.

13 1

Committee on Public Health and Preventative Medicine: Hypertension Symposium, 1978-1979.

13 2

Committee on Public Health and Preventative Medicine: Hypertension Conference mailing labels, 1978-1979.

13 3

Committee on Public Health and Preventative Medicine: Hypertension Symposium speeches, 1979-1980.

13 4

Committee on Public Health and Preventative Medicine: Hypertension Symposium speeches, 1979-1980.

13 4

Committee on Public Health and Preventative Medicine: Hypertension Symposium master copies, 1979 November 1.

13 5

Committee on Public Health and Preventative Medicine: Focus Developing Humane Care for the Elderly, 1979-1980.

13 6

Committee on Public Health and Preventative Medicine: Focus Promoting Well-Being for Adolescents, 1980 December 11.

13 7

Committee on Public Health and Preventative Medicine, 1979.

13 8

Committee on Scientific Affairs, 1979.

13 9

Women's Committee, 1978-1979.

13 10

Subseries f. Correspondence.

Box Folder

Correspondence: 1980 January.

14 1

Correspondence: 1980 January-February.

14 2

Correspondence: 1980 March.

14 3

Correspondence: 1980 April.

14 4

Correspondence: 1980 May.

14 5

Correspondence: 1980 June.

14 6

Correspondence: 1980 July.

14 7

Correspondence: 1980 August.

15 1

Correspondence: 1980 September-October.

15 2

Correspondence: 1980 November-December.

15 3

Correspondence: 1981 January-February.

15 4

Correspondence: 1981 March.

16 1

Correspondence: 1981 April.

16 2

Correspondence: 1981 May.

16 3

Correspondence: 1981 June.

16 4

Correspondence: 1981 July.

16 5

Correspondence: 1981 August.

16 6

Correspondence: 1981 September.

16 7

Correspondence: 1981 October.

16 8

Correspondence: 1981 November.

16 9

Correspondence: 1981 December.

16 10

Correspondence: 1982 January.

16 11

Correspondence: 1982 February.

16 12

Correspondence: 1982 March.

16 13

Correspondence: 1982 April.

16 14

Correspondence: 1982 May.

16 15

Correspondence: 1982 June.

16 16

Correspondence 'A', 1980-1986.

17 1

Correspondence 'B', 1980-1986.

17 2

Correspondence 'C', 1980-1986.

17 3

Correspondence 'D', 1980-1986.

17 4

Correspondence 'E', 1980-1986.

17 5

Correspondence 'F', 1980-1986.

17 6

Correspondence 'G', 1980-1986.

17 7

Correspondence 'H', 1980-1986.

17 8

Correspondence 'I', 1980-1986.

17 9

Correspondence 'J', 1980-1986.

17 10

Correspondence 'K', 1980-1986.

17 11

Correspondence 'L', 1980-1986.

17 12

Correspondence 'M', 1980-1986.

18 1

Correspondence 'N', 1980-1986.

18 2

Correspondence 'O', 1980-1986.

18 3

Correspondence 'P', 1980-1986.

18 4

Correspondence 'R', 1980-1986.

18 5

Correspondence 'S-So', 1980-1986.

18 6

Correspondence 'Sp-Su', 1980-1986.

18 7

Correspondence 'T', 1980-1986.

18 8

Correspondence 'U', 1980-1986.

19 1

Correspondence 'V', 1980-1986.

19 2

Correspondence 'W', 1980-1986.

19 3

Correspondence 'Z', 1980-1986.

19 4

Correspondence: Donations, 1986 June-July.

19 5

Correspondence: Philadelphia Healthcare Management, 1974-1978.

19 6

Correspondence: President Bluemle, 1980-1981.

20 1

Correspondence Regarding Parking Lot, 1984-1987.

20 2

Correspondence: Stradley, Ronon, Stevens, and Young Inter-vivor Annuity and Unitrust Forms, 1977-1978.

20 3

Correspondence: Stradley, Ronon, Stevens, and Young, 1979-1983.

20 4

Subseries g. Outside Organizations.

Box Folder

Greater Philadelphia Organization for Clinical Trials, 1980s.

21 1

Philadelphia Association for Clinical Trials: Correspondence, meeting and corporate sponsors report, 1981.

21 2

National Library of Medicine, 1976-1978.

21 3

Subseries h. Programs and Special Events.

Box Folder

"Affirmative Action Program", 1976.

21 4

Affirmative Action Program Committee, 1978.

21 5

Arthur Parker Hitchen's lecture correspondence, 1980.

22 1

Continuing Education Program accreditation, 1968-1974, 1977.

22 2

Continuing Education for Primary Care Physicians Program, 1975.

22 3

Continuing Education Programs, 1974-1977.

22 4

Continuing Education Program Committee, 1978-1986.

22 5

Continuing Education Committee, 1979.

22 6

Continuing Education Program correspondence, 1980-1982.

23 1

Continuing Education Plans, 1983-1986.

23 2

Continuing Education Program tests, undated.

23 3

Continuing Education "Attitudes and Preferences of Pennsylvania Primary Care Physicians Regarding Continuing Medical Education", 1980.

23 4

Continuing Education "Coronary Heart Disease Study Manual", "Cardiac Arrhythmias Study Manual", undated.

23 5

Continuing Education evaluations, undated.

23 6

Continuing Education proposal, 1974.

23 7

"Focus: Maintaining Executive Health", 1981.

24 1

"Focus: Maintaining Executive Health", 1981.

24 2

Focus Program on Allergies, 1982.

24 3

"Immunology in Transition", correspondence, and donations, 1982.

24 4

"Immunology in Transition", correspondence, brochures, and event information, 1982.

24 5

The Mary Scott Newbold lecture "Population Avalanche", 1969.

24 6

Subseries i. Subject Files.

Box Folder

22nd and Chestnut, 1986.

25 1

"American Medical Association Proposal", 1979.

25 2

Acquisition: The Dermatology Collection, 1979.

25 3

Award artwork by Morris M'Cool, 1979-1986.

25 4

"The Associated Management System (AMS) Improves Staff Productivity and Member Services", 1986.

25 4

Bell Telephone Communications proposal, 1985.

25 6

Blank survey forms, undated.

25 7

Blank test: Various subjects, undated.

25 8-9

CASE Mid-Atlantic District Two Regional Conference, 1984.

25 10

CASE Winter Institute for Senior Advancement Office: Screening and Writing Program, 1985.

25 11

City of Philadelphia Proposal, 1978-1980.

26 1

Educational Travel: Ad Hoc Committee, 1978-1979.

26 2

Educational Travel: Tour schedules and correspondence, 1980-1981.

26 3

Fringe Benefits, Inc., 1982.

26 4

Hypertension Management Conference: Committee on Public Health and Preventative Medicine, 1978-1979.

26 5

Sections of the College: Memoranda and heads of sections list, 1978-1979.

26 6

Society for Health and Human Values, 1975-1976.

27 1-2

"A Study on Information Management Requirements of CPP", 1982.

27 3

Miller, T. Grier 90th Birthday Party, 1971.

27 4

Miller, T. Grier correspondence, 1949, 1979.

27 5

Miller, T. Grier building foundation fund drive, 1950-1951.

28 1

"A Memorandum Submitted by T. Grier Miller", 1951.

28 2

New Century Fund Fellowship Campaign, 1986.

28 3

Philadelphia General Hospital acquisition, 1976-1978.

28 4

"Use of College Meeting Space: Fiscal Year 1984-1985", 1984-1985.

28 5

Wood Institute: Grant applications and proposals, 1984-1985.

28 6

Series II. John M. O'Donnell, Bulk, 1987-1990 1984-2002 (Bulk, 1987-1990) .

Scope and Contents note

John M. O’Donnell (1945-) replaced William F. Chaveas as Executive Director in 1986 and completed his term as Executive Director in 1995.

The “John M. O’Donnell” series spans the years 1987 to 1991. The series is divided into the subseries: “Administration,” “Facilities,” “Historical Medical Library,” “Mütter Museum,” “Governance,” “Outside Organizations,” “Programs and Special Events,” “Subject Files,” and “Francis Clark Wood Institute.”

Of note in the “Administration” subseries are the controller’s office records, which evidence a search for a new controller. The records also contain information about institutional advancement and public relations. Proxy votes for a special meeting and official ballots (1990) make up a large part of the Administration subseries. Records regarding the controller search, proxy votes, and official ballots are restricted; researchers should contact the archives for more information.

The “Facilities” subseries, the “Historical Medical Library” subseries, and the “Mütter Museum” subseries contain general reports and records about the operation of those college departments. The “Facilities” subseries dates from 1987 to 1991 and is arranged chronologically by year. The “Historical Medical Library” subseries includes memoranda, information on public services and the reference department, and information on the gifts and donations included in the Historical Medical Library’s historical collection. The Mütter Museum subseries holds correspondence regarding the Mütter Museum’s historical collection, information on donations and gifts, and other records regarding the general operation of the Mütter Museum.

The records from the “Governance” subseries include records on the Ad Hoc Committee on Governance, Bicentennial Committee, the Committee on Budget and Finance, the Building Committee, Council, the Committee on Fellowship, Greater Philadelphia Committee for Medical Pharmaceutical Sciences, the Nominating Committee, Committee on Publications, the Committee on Public Health and Preventative Medicine, the Committee on Scientific Affairs, the Section on Medical History, and the Women’s Committee. The records are arranged as they are listed above, and the records are arranged chronologically within the individual committee groupings. The “Governance” subseries records largely include correspondence, minutes, agendas, memoranda, meeting files, and reports. The records date from 1986 to 1990. Of note in the “Governance” subseries is the large number of Council meeting files. They are organized chronologically by month (with some gaps throughout) from 1985 to 1989. Gaps in the meeting files can be filled in by reviewing the Council Meeting files housed in the “Office Records” series.

Finally, the last four subseries, “Outside Organizations,” “Programs and Special Events,” “Subject Files” and the “Francis Clark Wood Institute,” hold little information for the years that John O’Donnell served as Executive Director. Of note, in the “Subject File” subseries are the records of the New Century Fund, a fundraising campaign. The “Francis Clark Wood Institute” files contain a large number of administrative records, including memoranda, correspondence, and reports. Researchers should note, that information not found within these subseries is likely available in the collection’s fourth series, “Office Records.”

Subseries a. Administration.

Box Folder

By-laws and ordinances, 1987-1989.

29 1

Controller's office, 1988.

29 2

Controller's interviewees, 1990.

29 3

Controller's office, 1990-1991.

29 4

Controller's applicants, 1990.

29 5-6

Controller's rejected applicants, 1990.

29 7

Development office, 1988-1989.

29 8

Executive office memos, 1987-1988.

30 1

Institutional advancement, 1990-1991.

30 2-3

Medical Documentation Service, 1988-1990.

30 4-5

President, 1987-1989.

30 6

Public relations, 1986.

30 7

Proxy for special meeting votes (RESTRICTED), 1990.

31 1-5

Official ballots (RESTRICTED).

31 6-8

Official ballots (RESTRICTED), 1990.

32 1-2

Proxy for special meeting votes and official ballots, enveloped (RESTRICTED), 1990.

32 3

Subseries b. Facilities.

Box Folder

Facilities, 1987-1988.

33 1

Facilities, 1988-1989.

33 2

Facilities, 1990-1991.

33 3

Subseries c. Historical Medical Library.

Box Folder

Library Paper Chase contract, 1987-1988.

33 4

Annual report for fiscal year, 1988.

33 5

Library plan fiscal year 1988, 1988.

33 6

Memos and reports, 1988-1989.

33 7

Reference department, 1988-1989.

33 8

Historical collections: Gifts and donations, 1989-1990.

34 1-2

Public service, 1989-1990.

34 3-4

Historical collections: Gifts and donations, 1990-1991.

34 5

Historical collections: Gifts and donations.

34 6

Subseries d. Mütter Museum.

Box Folder

College collections, correspondence, and meeting minutes, 1987-1989.

34 6

Correspondence, 1989.

34 7-8

Historical collections correspondence, 1989.

34 9

Donations, gifts, articles, and administration, 1988-1990.

35 1-2

Donations, gifts, articles, and administration, 1990-1991.

35 3-4

Subseries e. Governance.

Box Folder

Ad Hoc Committee on Governance, 1989-1990.

35 5

Ad Hoc Committee on Governance, 1988-1989.

36 1

Bicentennial Committee, 1987-1988.

36 2

Committee on Budget and Finance: Operating budgets, meeting agendas, minutes, 1989.

36 3

Committee on Budget and Finance: Budget reports and memos, 1989.

36 4

Committee on Budget and Finance: Fiscal Year 1990 budget overheads, 1990.

36 5

Building Committee, 1989.

36 6

Building Committee: Expansion alterations, 1987.

36 7

Council Meeting, 1985 May 25.

36 8

Council Meeting, 1986 January 28.

36 9

Council Meeting, 1986 February 25.

36 10

Council Meeting, 1986 March 25.

36 11

Council Meeting, 1986 April 22.

36 12

Council Meeting, 1986 June 24.

36 12

Council Meeting, 1986 July 15.

37 1

Council Meeting, 1987 June 23.

37 2

Council Meeting, various minutes, 1987.

37 3

Council Meeting, minutes and backup material, 1987-1988.

37 4

Council Meeting, 1988 October 25.

37 5

Council Meeting, 1988 November 22.

37 6

Council Meeting, 1988 December 20.

37 7

Council Meeting, 1989 January 24.

37 8

Council Meeting, 1989 February 28.

37 9

Council Meeting, 1989 March 28.

37 10

Council Meeting, 1989 May 23.

37 11

Council Meeting, 1989 June 27.

37 12

Council Meeting, 1989 April 25.

37 13

Fellowship Committee, 1987-1989.

37 14

Fellowship Committee, 1987-1989.

37 15

Greater Philadelphia Committee for Medical Pharmaceutical Sciences, 1986-1988.

38 1

Miscellaneous: Committee appointments, 1990.

38 2

Miscellaneous: Committee cost analysis and correspondence, 1986-1988.

38 3

Nominating Committee, 1987-1989.

38 4

Committee on Publications, 1987.

38 5

Committee on Public Health and Preventative Medicine, 1988-1989.

38 6

Committee on Public Health and Preventative Medicine, 1988-1989.

38 7

Committee on Scientific Affairs, 1987-1989.

39 1-3

Section on Medical History, 1987-1989.

39 4

Women's Committee, 1980-1989.

39 5

Subseries f. Outside Organizations.

Box Folder

American Board of International Medicine, 1988.

40 1

Health Policy Center, 1987.

40 2

Museum Council of Philadelphia, 1987-1989.

40 3

Philadelphia Public Health Advisory Commission, 1986-1988.

40 4

Subseries g. Programs and Special Events.

Box Folder

Anniversary Ball, 1987.

40 5

Bicentennial Symposium, 1987.

40 6

College Night Lectures, 1988.

40 7

Fellow's Forum, 1987.

40 8

Fellow's Forum, 1988.

40 9

Special events, 1988-1989.

40 10

Subseries h. Subject Files.

Box Folder

Dr. Austrian correspondence, 1988-1989.

41 1

New Century Fund, 1987-1988.

41 2

New Century Fund: Foundation Committee, 1988.

41 3

New Century Foundation Gifts Committee, 1990.

41 4

Philadelphia Allergy Society: The Section on Allergy, 1988-1989.

41 5

Samuel X Radbill Fund, 1987.

41 6

i.  Subseries i. Francis Clark Wood Institute.

Box Folder

Advertisement, 2002.

42 1

Administration, Bulk, 1988 1984-1988 (Bulk, 1988) .

42 2

Administration, 1989.

42 3

Administration, 1990.

42 4-5

Administration, 1991.

42 6

Medical and Law Project, 1990.

43 1

Resumes, 1990.

43 2

Search, 1990.

43 3

Search: Farr, Gail E., 1990.

43 4

Search: Hanaway, Caroline, 1990.

43 5

Search: Tomes, Nancy, 1990.

43 6

Search: Tighe, Janet, 1990.

43 7

Transaction and Studies journal, 1987-1989.

43 8

Series III. Marc Micozzi, Bulk, 1990-2002 1976-2002 (Bulk, 1990-2002) .

Scope and Contents note

Marc Micozzi (1995-2002) began serving as the Executive Director of the College of Physicians in 1995. He was a former member of the College of Physicians Board of Advisors.

The “Marc Micozzi” series dates from 1976 to 2002, but the bulk of the records date from 1992 to 2002. The records of Marc Micozzi consist of the subseries: “Administration,” “Facilities,” “Historical Medical Library,” “Mütter Museum,” “Personnel,” “Financial,” “Outside Organizations,” “Programs and Special Events,” “Subject Files,” the “Francis Clark Wood Institute,” and “Personal Files.” These subseries hold similar content to the records housed in the previous series, which contain the records of Micozzi’s predecessors.

The “Administration” subseries is comprised of general files, containing memorandum, reports, emails, minutes, and other office files. Of note in the “Administration” subseries is "A Needs Assessment Study" by Wallace, Roberts, and Todd (1992), which offered a building and technological evaluation for the Historical Medical Library’s physical facilities.

The “Facilities” subseries contains information on building renovations from 2000 and 2001 and information on changes in the building’s heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems.

The “Historical Medical Library” subseries houses administrative and policy records regarding the History of Medicine Digital Library and a folder on collection development, among other topics. The History of Medicine Digital Library project was developed to share the Historical Medical Library’s collection digitally. These records date from 2001 to 2002.

The records housed in the “Personnel” subseries are particularly robust, in comparison to the records of other executive directors. The records consist of correspondence, memos, and other office files that detail information on the College of Physicians’ personnel. The subseries also contains employee handbooks and an organizational chart that details the position of all personnel in the College of Physician’s employment hierarchy (1998). The records date from 1990 to 2001. Many of the records in this subseries are restricted.

The “Financial” subseries contains a grant proposal for the C. Everett Koop Community Health Information Center (CHIC). CHIC was established by the College in 1995 to provide information resources to the public about health (especially medicine), disease prevention, health care service, and to establish better patient-physician relationships. The “Financial” subseries also contains a detailed report of Mütter Museum admissions statistics from 1997 to 1998. The records of the “Financial” subseries date from 1992 to 2000 and are arranged alphabetically.

The “Outside Organizations” subseries contains programs and organizations not directly affiliated with the College of Physicians, which were most likely collected for reference. These files contain correspondence, invitations to events, annual reports, ephemera, and information about specific institutions. The organizations included are largely located in the Philadelphia region and are usually scientifically or medically based, such as hospitals or medical associations. Micozzi’s collection of outside organization materials consists of records that predate his tenure at the College and most likely came from his own personal files. They are arranged alphabetically by organization name and date from 1987 to 2002.

The next subseries is entitled “Programs and Special Events” and pertains specifically to the Lewis and Clark Dinner and Symposium held in 1997.

The “Subject Files” subseries contains a variety of information including correspondence with individuals regarding the Mütter Museum calendar and information on artwork held by the College of Physicians.

The “Francis Clark Wood Institute” subseries contains reports and reviews of the Francis Clark Wood Institute.

Unlike other Executive Directors, the “Marc Micozzi” series includes personal files that were filed within his records at the College of Physicians and predate his tenure. These records include correspondence with The Woolly Mammoth Theatre regarding their production of the "The Cockburn Rituals" and information about the Franklin Institute’s Interactive Video Science Consortium Health Disc. The records are arranged alphabetically by title and date 1976 to 1998.

Subseries a. Administration.

Box Folder

General file, 1997.

44 1

General file, 2000-2002.

44 2-3

Governance Handbook, 1993-1995.

44 4

"A Needs Assessment Study," by Wallace, Roberts, and Todd, 1992.

44 5

Publications and brochures, 1997-1998.

44 6

Publications--newsletters, 1995-1996.

44 7

Subseries b. Facilities.

Box Folder

Building renovations, 2000-2001.

45 1-3

Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning, 1998.

45 4

Subseries c. Historical Medical Library.

Box Folder

Collection development, 2001-2002.

45 5

College of Physicians Philadelphia History of Medicine Digital Library, 2001.

45 6

Subseries d. Personnel.

Conditions Governing Access note

Some materials are restricted. Please contact the College of Physicians Historical Medical Library for more information.

Box Folder

Personnel, 1996.

45 7

Employment agreement, 2001.

45 8

Finance department, 1998-1999.

45 9

Employee handbook, 1990s.

45 10

Organization chart, 1998.

45 11

Subseries e. Financial.

Box Folder

Annual giving, 1997-1998.

46 1

Budget and finance, 1993-1998.

46 2

Budget and finance, 1996-1998.

46 3

Budget and finance, 1997-1998.

46 4

Budget and finance, 1998.

46 5

"C. Everett Koop Community Health Information Center" grant proposal, 1997.

46 6

Funding, 1997-2000.

46 7

Funding: Charitable organizations in Philadelphia, 1997-1998.

46 8

Funding, circa 1998.

46 9

Fundraising solicitations, 1996-1998.

47 1

Library finances, 1998-2000.

47 2

Museum admissions statistics, 1997-1998.

47 3

Summary of College Fund Composition, 1997.

47 4

Subseries f. Outside Organizations.

Box Folder

Health Care Open Systems and Trial, circa 2000.

47 5

Healthy Living and Alternative Health Expo, 1998.

47 6

Institute for Experimental Psychology Research Foundation, 1987-1997.

47 7

Pennsylvania Economy League, Eastern Division "Greater Philadelphia's Challenge: Capitalizing on Change in the Regional Healthcare Economy", 1996.

47 8

Philadelphia Area Consortium of Special Collections Libraries, circa 2000.

47 9

Publications and Events of Miscellaneous Organizations, 1997-1998.

47 10

Publication: Greater Philadelphia First "An Economic Development Strategy for the Greater Philadelphia Region", 1998.

47 11

The Royal Society of Medicine, 2000-2002.

47 12

The Smithsonian Institution, Office of Museum Programs, 1988.

48 1

Strong Museum, Pennsylvania Hospital, 1996.

48 2

University of Pennsylvania, 1985-1986, 1989.

48 3

University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 1998.

48 4

"What's Happening," Delaware Valley Healthcare Council newsletter, 1998.

48 5

Subseries g. Programs and Special Events.

Box Folder

Programs and forums, 1997.

48 6

Programs and forums, 1998.

48 7

Lewis and Clark Dinner, 1997.

48 8

Lewis and Clark Symposium, 1997.

48 9

Subseries h. Subject Files.

Box Folder

Advertising: MCB Communications, Koop Center Campaign, 1996-1998.

49 1

Allen Myers, 2000.

49 2

American Association for the History of Medicine Annual Meeting, 2000.

49 3

Artwork at the College of Physicians, 1997-1998.

49 4

Bluemle, Lewis W., correspondence, 1997.

49 5

City of Baltimore Development Corporation, 1992.

49 6

Library Company: Programs and events, 1998.

49 7

Medical Alumni Society meetings, 2000-2001.

49 8

Medical History Tour, 1996.

49 9

Meeting with Dr. Christopher Crenner, 2000.

49 10

Merck, 1996-1997.

49 11

Mutter Museum: Human Reproduction, Growth and Development Exhibit, 1993.

49 12

Mutter Museum Calendar, 1997.

49 13

New Health Symposium, 1998.

49 14

The Pennsylvania Biotechnology Association Board of Directors Dinner at the College of Physicians, 2002.

49 15

Pfizer, 1996-1998.

49 16-17

Regional Community Health Information Systems, 2001, 2002.

49 18

Reports and articles, 1993.

50 1

Rhone Poulenc Rhorer, 1997.

50 2

Rush, Benjamin. Historic Papers Project, 2001.

50 3

Searle, 1996.

50 4

Transactions and Studies of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, 1998.

50 5

Wyeth, 1998.

50 6

Subseries i. Francis Clark Wood Institute.

Box Folder

General file, 2001-2002.

50 7

"The Structure and Function of the F.C. Wood Institute," report and reviews, 1992, 1996.

50 8

Subseries j. Personal Files.

Box Folder

Albert Einstein College of Medicine Monte Fiore Medical Center Symposium, 1992.

50 9

The Arts in Healthcare, 1998.

50 10

Evaluation Subcommittee, University of Pennsylvania, 1976.

50 11

The Franklin Institute: Interactive Video Science Consortium Health Disc, 1990-1991.

50 12

Historical Medicine newspaper clippings, 1996.

50 13

Montgomery County Medical Society membership information, 1993.

50 14

Philadelphia City Planning Commission, "The Plan for Center City", 1988.

50 15

The Woolly Mammoth Theatre, "The Cockburn Rituals", 1992-1993.

50 16

Series IV. Office Records, Bulk, 1975-1995 1954-1995 (Bulk, 1975-1995) .

Scope and Contents note

The “Office Records” series houses the records affiliated with the Office of the Executive Director, rather than the records of the Executive Director himself. The records date from 1954 to 1995, with the bulk of the records dating from 1985 to 1995. The “Office Records” series has thirteen subseries: “Administration,” “Facilities,” “Historical Medical Library,” “Mütter Museum,” “Personnel,” “Financial,” “Governance,” “Correspondence,” “Outside Organizations,” “Programs and Special Events,” “Subject Files,” “Francis Clark Wood Institute,” and “Miscellaneous.” They are arranged in the order listed above.

The “Administration” subseries includes files on the president, the treasurer, and the secretary for the years 1988 to 1992. Of note in this subseries are numerous appointment books from when John O’Donnell was the Executive Director and files for an Executive Director search that resulted in the selection of Marc Micozzi. Much of this subseries is restricted; researchers who wish to view these records should contact the librarian.

The “Facilities,” “Historical Medical Library,” and “Mütter Museum” subseries contain general information, similar to what is found in other series (Chaveas, O’Donnell and Micozzi). Of note in the “Facilities” subseries is correspondence with the firm Mirick, Pearson, Ilvonen, and Bathcheler about the College of Physicians’ restoration projects from the years 1977 to 1979. Also of note in the “Historical Medical Library” subseries is a strategic planning project for 1988 and a folder describing the library’s historical collections from 1975 to 1976. The “Mütter Museum” subseries is small and holds two general files containing memoranda, correspondence, and reports dating from 1987 to 1988.

The “Financial” subseries contains a rich amount of information on a fundraising campaign held between 1975 to 1977 and includes information on the establishment of the Third Century Program, a fundraising campaign. There is also a small amount of information on contributors to the College of Physicians, the Mütter Museum fund, and a variety of office files and correspondence relating to the finances of the college. Much of this subseries is restricted; researchers who wish to view these records should contact the librarian.

“Governance” is the largest subseries within “Office Records.” This subseries documents the governance of the college, including the Ad Hoc Committee on By Laws, the Ad Hoc Committee on Expansion Alternatives, the Committee on Administration, the Committee on Audit, the Committee on Budget and Finance, the Council, the Committee on Development, the Executive Committee, the Committee on Fellowship, the Committee on Growing Healthy, the Ad Hoc Committee on Interdisciplinary Colloquia, the Ad Hoc Committee on Investment Policy, the Committee on Investment, the Ad Hoc Committee for Katherine B. Sturgis Memorial, the Committee on Nominations, the Committee on Planning and Development, the Committee on Program, the Committee on Public Health and Preventative Medicine, the Committee on Scientific Affairs, and the Women's Committee. Committee records are arranged as listed above and then by date. The records document the years 1978 to 1994, with the bulk of the records dating from 1987 to 1994. The records include volunteer job descriptions, meeting files, correspondence, minutes, attendance sheets, and member lists.

The next subseries, “Correspondence,” dates from 1973 to 1979 and 1991. Correspondence is largely arranged chronologically by month, but several folders are arranged by year or by subject. The files arranged by subject include correspondence with the Boy Scouts of America in 1991 and the Pennsylvania Industrial Board in 1976.

The “Outside Organizations” subseries consists of information regarding programs and institutions outside the College of Physicians. Researchers should note that “Outside Organizations” files were kept in their original order, and as a result, the arrangement is not consistent. There are three general groups in the subseries which dates from 1986 to 1992. The records are organized alphabetically within their groupings. Researchers will note that these files are first arranged in alphabetical order by the title of the organization, and then the alphabetical order restarts at the letter “A” once again, indicating the beginning of the second section of records. The final section of records are also arranged alphabetically, but individual organizations are grouped in a single folder by letter. These files contain correspondence, invitations to events, annual reports, ephemera and information about specific institutions. The organizations included are largely located in or around Philadelphia and are usually scientifically or medical based, such as hospitals or medical associations.

Some organizations that are covered extensively include the American Association for the History of Medicine, International Arts-Medicine Association, and the Philadelphia Convention and Visitor's Bureau. The files of the American Association for the History of Medicine consist of correspondence and materials that suggest exchanging ideas to improve the programs of both institutions. The International Arts-Medicine Association records contain information on collaboration with the College, the publication of materials, and information on a potential lecture series. The files about the Philadelphia Convention and Visitor's Bureau include the College’s attempt to advertise at their conventions, the College’s participation in their events, correspondence, and other information.

Office Records' “Programs and Special Events” subseries includes numerous files about some of the many programs and events of the College of Physicians. The records date from 1976 to 1998 and there is a gap between the years 1977 to 1982. The programs and events include College lectures, College Night, High Tea, and The Japan-U.S. Scientist Program. The lectures are about specific medical topics, including “AIDs: Considerations for the 21st Century” and “The Cover Art of JAMA: Its Relationship to the Art of Medicine.” Many of these lectures are filed individually and contain information such as resumes of speakers, correspondence, brochures, photos from publications and of speakers, transcripts of the lectures, advertising information, guest lists, agendas, expense reports, and invitations. The records are organized alphabetically by lecture title or name of lecturer. College Night is organized by year and consists of lectures and programs offered to college students. High Tea, organized chronologically, is an event hosted by the Women’s Committee of the College and offered programs, food, exhibits, and entertainment including the exhibit of Whitfield J. Bell’s “The College of Physicians of Philadelphia: A Bicentennial History,” and the Savoy Company performing songs by Gilbert and Sullivan. The Japan-United States Visiting Medical Scientist Program was a significant event, the purpose of which was to “support and encourage excellence in medicine” and to foster relations between medical professionals within the two countries. The records about the Japan-U.S. visiting scientist program consist of the expenses and many efforts taken by the College of Physicians to make the program function.

The “Subject Files” subseries dates from 1974 to 1991. Much like in other series, this subseries contains documents that do not readily fit into established subseries. “Subject Files” contain a large amount of information on numerous funds, including the Independence Hall Fund. It also contains records created by the governance boards of the Mid-Eastern Region Medical Library Services (MERMLS). MERMLS is part of a network of eleven Regional Medical Libraries (RML) and is supported by the National Library of Medicine. MERMLS programs are designated to support the development and growth of health sciences library services in Pennsylvania and Delaware. Other programs within MERMLS include document delivery, on-line search orientations, consultation and training services, and a monthly newsletter for health science librarians.

The last two subseries are the “Francis Clark Wood Institute” and the “Miscellaneous” subseries. The “Francis Clark Wood Institute” subseries dates from 1969 to 1992 and contains information about the Francis Clark Wood Institute reorganization, annual reports, and research files. The “Miscellaneous” subseries dates from 1954 to 1989 and contains award plaques, visitor registration books, and books of remembrance.

Subseries a. Administration.

Box Folder

Appointment books, 1987-1990.

51 1-4

Appointment books, 1991-1992.

52 1-2

Appointment books, 1993-1994.

53 1-2

Ethics Conference, 1988.

54 1

Ethics Conference, 1990.

54 2

Executive Director Search: Chronology/attachments, 1995.

54 3

Executive Director Search: Candidate information, 1995.

54 4-5

General file, 1990-1992.

55 1

Governance Handbook, 1993.

55 2

Newspaper clippings, 1987-1989.

55 3

Photography in Medicine Exhibit, memoirs and correspondence, 1989.

55 4

President Elect, 1988-1991.

55 5

President, 1990.

55 6

Proposal, grant applications, Bicentennial, 1974.

55 7

Proxies vote (RESTRICTED), 1990 March.

56 1-3

Proxies vote (RESTRICTED), 1990 March.

57 1-4

Proxies vote (RESTRICTED), 1990 March.

58 1-5

Proxies vote (RESTRICTED).

59 1-2

Proxies: Ballot for Special Meeting (RESTRICTED), 1990 March.

59 3

Secretary, 1988-1992.

60 1

Treasurer, 1988-1992.

60 2

Subseries b. Facilities.

Box Folder

Mirick, Pearson, Ilvonen, Bathcheler correspondence about College of Physicians Restoration, 1977.

60 3

Mirick, Pearson, Ilvonen, Bathcheler correspondence about College of Physicians Restoration, 1978.

60 4

Mirick, Pearson, Ilvonen, Bathcheler correspondence about College of Physicians Restoration, 1979.

60 5

Subseries c. Historical Medical Library.

Box Folder

Library administration, 1988-1990.

60 6

Historical Collections, 1975-1976.

60 7

General file, 1976-1977.

60 8

Library Strategic Planning Project, 1988.

60 9

Library Strategic Planning Project, 1988.

61 1-3

Subseries d. Mütter Museum.

Box Folder

General file, 1987-1988.

61 4

General file, 1987-1988.

61 5

Subseries e. Personnel.

Conditions Governing Access note

Some materials are restricted. Please contact the College of Physicians Historical Medical Library for more information.

Box Folder

Policies and announcements.

61 6

Personnel, 1973, 1977-1979.

61 7

Subseries f. Financial.

Box Folder

Fundraising: College Brochure, Mary Anne Ramsey.

62 1

Fundraising Contributors, 1976.

62 2

Fundraising: General file, 1977-1978.

62 3

Fundraising: John Rich Company, 1975-1976.

62 4

Fundraising: John Rich Company, 1976-1977.

62 5

Fundraising: List of Doctor's Hospital Affiliations, 1977.

62 6

Fundraising Campaign: Management, 1975-1977.

62 7

Fundraising: Restoration Fund and Third Century Program, 1975-1977.

63 1

Fundraising: Third Century Program, 1976.

63 2

Fundraising: Solicitors, 1976.

63 3

"Report Upon Examination of Financial Statements", 1965-1968.

64 1

Correspondence and reports on investment advisors and Discretionary Common Trust Fund, 1968-1972.

64 2

Grant Proposals (Commonwealth Fund), 1968, 1974.

64 3

Mütter Museum Trust Fund, 1969-1979.

64 4

Mütter Museum Trust Fund, 1979.

64 5

Correspondence, reports on College of Physicians investments with First Pennsylvania Bank, 1970-1973.

64 6

Correspondence, reports on stock performance, 1971-1972, 1976-1979.

64 7

Correspondence, reports on investments with Scudder, Stevens, and Clark, 1974-1977.

64 8

General Fund revenues and expenditures, 1978.

64 9

Correspondence-financial, 1978-1979.

64 10

General Fund revenues and expenditures, 1979.

64 11

Arthur A. Stevens Trust correspondence, 1978-1979.

64 12

Subseries g. Governance.

Box Folder

Board of Advisors: General file, 1978-1979.

65 1

Board of Advisors: General file, 1987-1989.

65 2

Board of Advisors: Donations and contributions, 1991.

65 3

Board of Advisors: General file, 1990-1991.

65 4

Board of Advisors: "Reauthorizing the Appointment of the Board of Advisors, 1991.

65 5

Board of Advisors: Minutes, 1991-1992.

65 6

Board of Advisors: Attendance sheets, labels, and advisor appointments, 1991.

65 7

Board of Advisors: Volunteer job description, 1991-1992.

65 8

Board of Advisors: Meeting file.

65 9

Board of Advisors: Meeting file, 1992 December.

65 10

Board of Advisors: Executive summary of WRT's needs assessment study, 1992.

65 11

Board of Advisors: Memoranda and correspondence, 1992-1993.

65 12

Board of Advisors: General file, 1993-1994.

65 13

Ad Hoc Committee on By Laws, 1990-1991.

66 1

Ad Hoc Committee on Expansion Alternatives, 1987-1989.

66 2

Committee on Administration, 1990-1991.

66 3

Committee on Administration: Legal Council's review of personnel policies, 1991.

66 4

Committee on Administration: Volunteer job descriptions and committee members, 1991.

66 5

Committee on Administration: Minutes, 1991-1992.

66 6

Committee on Administration: General file, 1991-1992.

66 7

Committee on Administration: General file, 1991-1992.

66 8

Committee on Administration: Position description notebook, 1993 February.

66 9

Committee on Administration: Meeting files, 1992-1993.

66 10

Committee on Administration: Correspondence and memos, 1992-1993.

66 11

Committee on Administration: General file, 1993-1994.

66 12

Committee on Audit: General file, 1989-1991.

67 1

Committee on Audit: General file, 1991-1992.

67 2

Committee on Audit: Meeting file, 1992 September.

67 3

Committee on Audit: Memoranda and correspondence, 1992-1993.

67 4

Committee on Audit: General file, 1993-1994.

67 5

Committee on Budget and Finance: General file, 1987-1988.

67 6

Committee on Budget and Finance: General file, 1989-1990.

67 7

Committee on Budget and Finance: General file, 1990-1991.

68 1

Committee on Budget and Finance: Volunteer job description, 1991.

68 2

Committee on Budget and Finance: Minutes, 1991-1992.

68 3

Committee on Budget and Finance: General file, 1991-1992.

68 4

Committee on Budget and Finance: Attendance sheets, 1992-1993.

68 5

Committee on Budget and Finance: Memoranda, correspondence, member lists, 1992-1993.

68 6

Committee on Budget and Finance: Meeting file, 1992 September.

68 7

Committee on Budget and Finance: Meeting file, 1992 October.

68 8

Committee on Budget and Finance: Meeting file, 1992 November.

68 9

Committee on Budget and Finance: Meeting file, 1992 December.

68 10

Committee on Budget and Finance: Meeting file, 1993 January.

68 11

Committee on Budget and Finance: Meeting file, 1993 February.

68 12

Committee on Budget and Finance: Meeting file, 1993 March.

68 13

Committee on Budget and Finance: Meeting file, 1993 April.

68 14

Committee on Budget and Finance: Meeting file, 1993 May.

68 15

Committee on Budget and Finance: Meeting file, 1993 June.

69 1

Committee on Budget and Finance: General file, 1993-1994.

69 2

Council: Meeting file, 1986 September 23.

69 3

Council: Meeting file, 1986 October 28.

69 4

Council: Meeting file, 1986 November 25.

69 5

Council: Meeting file, 1986 December 16.

69 6

Council: Meeting file, 1987 January 27.

69 7

Council: Meeting file, 1987 February 24.

69 8

Council: Meeting file, 1987 March 24.

69 9

Council: Meeting file, 1987 April 28.

69 10

Council: Meeting file, 1987 May 26.

69 11

Council: Meeting file, 1987 June 23.

70 1

Council: Meeting file, 1987 July 22.

70 2

Council: Meeting file, 1987 October 27.

70 3

Council: Meeting file, 1987 November 24.

70 4

Council: Meeting file, 1987 December 15.

70 5

Council: Meeting file, 1988 January 26.

70 6

Council: Meeting file, 1988 February 23.

70 7

Council: Meeting file, 1988 March 22.

70 8

Council: Meeting file, 1988 April 26.

70 9

Council: Meeting file, 1988 May 24.

70 10

Council: Meeting file, 1988 June 28.

70 11

Council: Administration records, 1988.

70 12

Council: Administration records, 1988.

70 13

Council: Meeting file, 1989 September.

70 14

Council: Meeting file, 1989 October 24.

70 15

Council: Meeting file, 1989 November 28.

70 16

Council: Meeting file, 1989 December.

70 17

Council: Meeting file, 1990 January 23.

71 1

Council: Meeting file, 1990 February 27.

71 2

Council: Meeting file, 1990 March 27.

71 3

Council: Meeting file, 1990 April 24.

71 4

Council: Meeting file, 1990 May.

71 5

Council: Meeting file, 1990 June 26.

71 6

Council: General file, 1990-1991.

71 7

Council: General file, 1990-1991.

71 8

Council: General file, 1991-1992.

72 1

Council: Minutes, agendas, and memoranda, 1991-1992.

72 2

Council: Meeting files, 1992 October.

72 3

Council: Memoranda and correspondence regarding building restoration, 1992-1993.

72 4

Council: Meeting file, 1993 March-April.

72 5

Council: Meeting file, 1993 June 1.

72 6

Council: Memoranda and correspondence, 1993.

72 7

Council: General file, undated.

72 8

Council: General file, 1993-1994.

73 1-2

Council: General file, 1994.

73 3-4

Committee on Development: Attendance sheets, 1990-1991.

73 5

Committee on Development: General file, 1990-1991.

73 6

Committee on Development: Minutes.

73 7

Committee on Development: General file, 1991-1992.

74 1

Committee on Development: Volunteer job description, 1991.

74 2

Committee on Development: Memoranda, correspondence, and meeting agenda, 1992-1993.

74 3

Committee on Development: Meeting files, 1992 October-December.

74 4

Committee on Development: Meeting files, 1993 February.

74 5

Committee on Development: Meeting file, 1993 April.

74 6

Committee on Development: General file, 1993-1994.

74 7

Elections, 1988.

74 8

Executive Committee: General file, 1990 September-December.

74 9

Executive Committee: Minutes, 1991.

74 10

Executive Committee: Minutes, 1992.

74 11

Executive Committee: Attendance sheet and labels, 1991-1992.

74 12

Executive Committee: General file, 1991-1992.

74 13

Executive Committee: Meeting file, 1992 September.

74 14

Executive Committee: Meeting file, 1992 October.

74 15

Executive Committee: Meeting file, 1992 November.

74 16

Executive Committee: Meeting file, 1992 December.

74 17

Executive Committee: Correspondence and reports, 1992.

74 18

Executive Committee: Meeting file, 1993 January.

74 19

Executive Committee: Meeting file, 1993 February.

74 20

Executive Committee: Meeting file, 1993 March.

75 1

Executive Committee: Meeting file, 1993 April.

75 2

Executive Committee: Meeting file, 1993 May.

75 3

Executive Committee: Meeting file, 1993 June.

75 4

Executive Committee: General file.

75 5-6

Executive Committee: Assessment of Readiness of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia for a Major Capital Campaign, 1994.

75 7

Executive Committee: General file, 1994.

75 8

Executive Committee: Attendance sheet, undated.

75 9

Committee on Fellowship: General file.

75 10

Committee on Fellowship: Fellows questionnaires and statistics, 1988.

76 1

Committee on Fellowship: Fellows' information, 1991-1992.

76 2

Committee on Fellowship: General file, 1990-1991.

76 3

Committee on Fellowship: Minutes, 1991-1992.

76 4

Committee on Fellowship: General file, 1991-1992.

76 5

Committee on Fellowship: Meeting file, 1992 May.

76 6

Committee on Fellowship: Meeting file, 1992 August.

76 7

Committee on Fellowship: Meeting file, 1992 October.

76 8

Committee on Fellowship: Meeting file, 1992 December.

76 9

Committee on Fellowship: Memoranda, correspondence, committee member list, 1992-1993.

76 10

Committee on Fellowship: Meeting file, 1993 January.

76 11

Committee on Fellowship: Meeting file, 1993 March.

76 12

Committee on Fellowship: Attendance sheets, 1993.

76 13

Committee on Fellowship: General file, 1993-1994.

76 14

Committee on Growing Healthy, 1990-1991.

76 15

Ad Hoc Committee on Interdisciplinary Colloquia, 1987.

77 1

Ad Hoc Committee on Investment Policy, 1991.

77 2

Committee on Investment: General file, 1990-1991.

77 3

Committee on Investment: General file, 1991-1992.

77 4

Committee on Investment: Volunteer job description, 1991.

77 5

Committee on Investment: Minutes, 1991-1992.

77 6

Committee on Investment: Memoranda, correspondence, committee member lists, and financial reports, 1992-1993.

77 7

Committee on Investment: Attendance sheets, 1992-1993.

77 8

Committee on Investment: Meeting file, 1992 October.

77 9

Committee on Investment: Meeting file, 1993 January.

77 10

Committee on Investment: Meeting file, 1993 April.

77 11

Committee on Investment: Meeting file, 1993 June.

77 12

Committee on Investment: General file, 1993-1994.

77 13

Ad Hoc Committee for Katherine B. Sturgis Memorial, 1987.

77 14

Committee on Nominations, 1991-1992.

77 15

Committee on Nominations: General file, 1993-1994.

77 16

Committee on Planning and Development: General file, 1987-1989.

77 17

Committee on Programming: General file, 1990-1991.

78 1

Committee on Program: General file, 1991-1992.

78 2

Committee on Program: Attendance sheets, 1991.

78 3

Committee on Program: Volunteer job description, 1991.

78 4

Committee on Program: Memoranda, correspondence, programs lists, and committee member lists, 1992-1993.

78 5

Committee on Program: Minutes, 1991-1992.

78 6

Committee on Program: Meeting file, 1992 September.

78 7

Committee on Program: Meeting file, 1992 November.

78 8

Committee on Program: Meeting file, 1993 December.

78 9

Committee on Program: Meeting file, 1993 January.

78 9

Committee on Program: Meeting file, 1993 February.

78 10

Committee on Program: Meeting file, 1993 March.

78 11

Committee on Program: Program Committee retreat, 1993 April.

79 1

Committee on Program: Attendance sheets, 1993.

79 2

Committee on Program: General file, 1993-1994.

79 3

Committee on Public Health and Preventative Medicine: General file, 1990-1991.

79 4

Committee on Public Health and Preventative Medicine: General file, 1991.

79 5

Committee on Public Health and Preventative Medicine: General file, 1991-1992.

79 6

Committee on Public Health and Preventative Medicine: General file, 1991-1992.

79 7-8

Committee on Public Health and Preventative Medicine: Attendance sheets and labels, 1990-1992.

79 9

Committee on Public Health and Preventative Medicine: Minutes, 1991-1992.

80 1

Committee on Public Health and Preventative Medicine: General file, 1992.

80 2

Committee on Public Health and Preventative Medicine: General file, 1993-1994.

80 3-5

Committee on Scientific Affairs, 1989-1991.

80 6

Women's Committee: Fourth Annual Book Fair, memorandum, announcements, and notes, 1986-1988.

80 7

Women's Committee: Twentieth Anniversary Garden Party, 1991.

80 8

Subseries h. Correspondence.

Box Folder

1973-1979.

81 1

1978 July-August.

81 2

1978 September.

81 3

1978 October.

81 4

1978 November.

81 5

1978 December.

81 6

1978 June-July.

82 1

1978 September-October.

82 2

1978 November-1979 January.

82 3

Boy Scouts of America, 1991.

82 4

Pennsylvania Industrial Board regarding elevators, 1976.

82 5

Subseries i. Outside Organizations.

Box Folder

American Association for the History of Medicine, 1988-1990.

83 1-2

American College of Physicians, 1988.

83 3

American Medical Writers Association, 1988-1990.

83 4

American Philosophical Society, 1986-1990.

83 5

Association of American Medical Colleges, 1988-1989.

83 6

Binswanger Company, 1989.

83 7

Bryn Mawr Hospital, 1987-1991.

83 8

Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE), 1988.

83 9

Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, 1987-1989.

83 10

City of Philadelphia, 1986-1991.

83 11

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, 1987-1990.

83 12

Coriell Institute for Medical Research, 1988.

84 1

De La Salle School, 1989.

84 2

Elwyn Institute, 1989.

84 3

Elwyn Institutes.

84 3

Fox Chase Cancer Center, 1987-1988.

84 4

Franklin Institute, 1987-1989.

84 5

Germantown Hospital and Medical Center, 1988.

84 6

Germantown Hospital and Medical Center.

84 6

Glenmede Trust Company, 1988.

84 7

Graduate Hospital, 1987-1989.

84 8

Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce, 1991.

84 9

Greater Philadelphia Health Care Congress, 1990-1991.

84 10

Greater Philadelphia Health Care Congress, 1990-1991.

84 11

Hahnemann University, 1987-1990.

84 12

Hastings Center, 1987-1990.

84 13

History of Science Society, 1987.

85 1

International Arts-Medicine Association, 1987-1992.

85 2-3

Ivy (Robert H.) Society, 1989.

85 4

Ivy (Robert H.) Society.

85 4

Media Information Services, 1987-1988.

85 5

Medical Center of Delaware, 1988-1989.

85 6

Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1987-1991.

85 7

Methodist Hospital, 1988.

86 1

Metropolitan Hospital, 1988.

86 2

Montage Marketing and Production, 1986-1987.

86 3

National Board of Medical Examiners, 1987-1990.

86 4

National Cancer Advisory Board, 1988.

86 5

National Center for Health Education, 1990.

86 6

National Institute of Health, 1988.

86 7

National Library of Medicine, 1988-1989.

86 8

National Museum of Health and Medicine, 1990.

86 9

New York Historical Society, 1988.

86 10

New York Academy of Medicine, 1986-1991.

86 11

New York Academy of Medicine, 1986-1991.

86 12

Philadelphia Association for Clinical Trials (PACT), 1990.

87 2

Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, 1987-1990.

87 3

Pennsylvania Medical Society, 1988.

87 4

Philadelphia Area Consortium of Special Collection Libraries (PACSCL), 1988-1991.

87 5

Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science, 1988.

88 1

Philadelphia Convention and Visitor's Bureau.

88 2-4

Thomas Jefferson University, 1987-1990.

88 5

Academy of Medical Sciences (USSR), 1990-1991.

89 1

American Academy of Dermatology, 1987-1991.

89 2

American Association for the History of Medicine, 1991.

89 3

American Association for the History of Medicine, 1991.

89 4

Association of American Medical Colleges, 1989-1991.

89 5

City of Philadelphia, 1988-1991.

89 6

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, 1990-1991.

89 7

Health Sciences Library Consortium, 1991.

89 8

Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1991.

89 9

National Board of Medical Examiners, 1991.

89 10

National Library of Medicine, 1989-1991.

89 11

Pennsylvania Public Health Association, 1990-1991.

90 1

New York Academy of Medicine, 1991.

90 2

Pennsylvania Public Health Association, 1990-1991.

90 3

Philadelphia Area Consortium of Special Collection Libraries, 1991.

90 4

Philadelphia County Medical Society, 1987-1991.

90 5

Physicians for Social Responsibility, 1987-1991.

90 6

Royal College of Physicians, 1989-1991.

90 7

Royal Society of Medicine, 1987-1991.

90 8

Scheie Eye Institute, 1988-1990.

90 9

Thomas Jefferson University, 1991.

90 10

United Way of Southeastern Pennsylvania, 1987-1991.

90 11-12

University of Pennsylvania, 1987-1991.

91 1-4

Miscellaneous "A", 1989-1991.

91 5

Miscellaneous "B", 1990-1991.

91 6

Miscellaneous "C", 1991.

91 7

Miscellaneous "D", 1989-1991.

91 8

Miscellaneous "E", 1991.

91 9

Miscellaneous "F", 1988-1991.

91 10

Miscellaneous "G", 1988-1991.

92 1

Miscellaneous "H", 1988-1991.

92 2

Miscellaneous "I", 1987-1991.

92 3

Miscellaneous "J", 1988-1990.

92 4

Miscellaneous "K", 1989-1990.

92 5

Miscellaneous "L", 1988-1991.

92 6

Miscellaneous "M", 1988-1991.

92 7

Miscellaneous "N", 1988-1991.

92 8

Miscellaneous "P", 1988-1991.

92 9-10

Miscellaneous "R", 1988-1991.

93 1

Miscellaneous "S", 1988-1991.

93 2

Miscellaneous "T", 1987-1990.

93 3

Miscellaneous "U", 1987-1991.

93 4

Miscellaneous "V", 1987-1991.

93 5

Miscellaneous "W", 1990-1991.

93 6-7

Subseries j. Programs and Special Events.

Box Folder

Ben's Procession, 1990.

94 1

Bicentennial pins, 1987.

94 2

Bicentennial Lecture Series "World Health in Human Perspective", 1975-1977.

94 3

College lectures, 1988-1992.

94 4

College lectures: "Aerospace Pathology Revisited", 1990 February 7.

94 5

College lectures: "AIDS Considerations for the 21st Century," by Anthony S. Fauci, 1997.

94 6

College lectures: Appel lecture, 1988 November 16.

94 7

College lectures: Appel lecture, 1990 November 7.

94 8

College lectures: "A Biographer's Nightmare: The Difficult Personality of Sir William Osler", 1998 March 17.

94 9

College lectures: "Clinical Medicine and the Contemporary Medical Library," Donald A. B. Lindberg, 1998.

94 10-11

College lectures: "The Cover Art of Journal of the American Medical Association: Its Relationship to the Art of Medicine," by M. Therese Southgate, 1997.

94 12

College lectures: "The Cover Art of Journal of the American Medical Association: Its Relationship to the Art of Medicine," by M. Therese Southgate, 1997.

95 1

College lectures: "Forensic Medicine: Why did he die? He wasn't supposed to!" by Joseph H. Davis, 1997.

95 2-4

College lectures: "Inaugural Leslie Nicholas Lecture", 1991 May 17.

95 5

College lectures: Jonathan E. Rhoads Commemorative Lecture, 1998.

95 6

College lectures: "Kate Hurd Meade", 1992 April 22.

95 7

College lectures: "Management of Conjoined Twins", 1989 February 1.

95 8

College lectures: "Mütter Lecture", 1991 February 6.

95 9

College lectures: "Mütter Lecture", 1992 February 5.

95 10

College lectures: Mary Scott Newbold Lecture, 1989 April 26.

96 1

College lectures: Mary Scott Newbold Lecture, 1990 April 4.

96 2

College lectures: Mary Scott Newbold Lecture, 1992 March 4.

96 3

College lectures: Mark Siegler Lecture, 1998 April 16.

96 4

College lectures: "Presidential disability and the 25th Amendment", 1997.

96 5

College lectures: "Presidential disability and the 25th Amendment" files from Thomas A Horock's office, 1997.

96 6

College lectures: Pemberton Memorial Lecture, 1988 October 26.

95 7

College Night, 1976-1977.

96 8

College Night, 1982-1989.

96 9

College Night, 1988 May 4.

96 10

College Night, 1988 October 5.

96 11

College Night, 1988 December 7.

96 12

College Night, 1989 March 1.

97 1

College Night, 1989 May 10.

97 2

College Night, 1989 December 6.

97 3

College Night, 1989 December 6.

97 4

College Night, 1990 March 7.

97 5

College Night, 1990 May 9.

97 6

College Night, 1990 October 3.

97 7

College Night, 1990 October 3.

97 8

College Night, 1990 December 5.

97 9

College Night, 1990 December 5.

97 10

College Night, 1991 March 6.

97 11

College Night, 1991 March 6.

97 11

College Night: Mary Scott Newbold Lecture, 1991 April 3.

97 13

College Night: Programs, 1991 May 8.

97 14

College Night: "Human Gene Therapy: Preparing the Revolution," by McGarrity, Gerard J., 1991 May 8.

97 14

College Night: "'The President Has Been Shot': Disability, Confusion, and the 25th Amendment," by Abrams, Herbert L., 1991 October 2.

97 16

College Night: "'The President Has Been Shot': Disability, Confusion, and the 25th Amendment," by Abrams, Herbert L.

97 16

College Night, 1991 November 6.

97 17

College Night, 1991 December 4.

97 18

College Night.

97 18

College Night, 1992 May 13.

97 19

College Night: S. Weir Mitchell, 1992 May 13.

98 1

College Night: S. Weir Mitchell program and remarks, 1992 May 13.

98 2

College Night: S. Weir Mitchell correspondence, 1992 May 13.

98 3

College Night: S. Weir Mitchell budget, 1992 May 13.

98 4

Fellow's Forum, 1990.

98 5

High Tea, 1988.

98 6

High Tea, 1989.

98 7

High Tea, 1990.

98 8

High Tea, 1991 January 6.

98 9

High Tea, 1992 January 5.

98 10

Japan-U.S. Scientist Program, 1987.

98 11

Japan-U.S. Scientist Visiting Medical Scientist Program: visiting scientists, 1987.

99 1

Japan-U.S. Scientist Visiting Medical Scientist Program, 1988 September 6.

99 2

Japan-U.S. Scientist Visiting Medical Scientist Program, 1989 April 11.

99 3

Japan-U.S. Scientist Visiting Medical Scientist Program, 1990 September 17.

99 4

Japan-U.S. Scientist Visiting Medical Scientist Program, 1991 October 4.

99 5

Japan-U.S. Scientist Visiting Medical Scientist Program, 1991 November 8.

99 6

Law and Medicine Conference, 1989.

99 7

Law and Medicine Lecture: William Curran, 1990 September 27.

99 8

Law and Medicine Lecture: "Seeking Common Ground", 1991 May 17-18.

99 9

Senior staff retreat, 1990.

99 10

Soviet Visitation Program, 1991.

99 11

Subseries k. Subject Files.

Box Folder

Fellows monthly statistical reports, 1974-1988.

100 1

Health Sciences Library Consortium, 1991.

100 2

Independence Hall Preservation Fund, 1991.

100 3

Independence Hall Preservation Fund: Board of Directors, 1991-1993.

100 4-7

International Symposium on the History of Medicine and Medical Museums, Moscow, 1990.

100 4-8

Memorial Fund: Katherine Boucot Sturgis, 1987.

100 9

Memorial Fund: William Likoff, 1988.

100 10

Memorial Fund: Samuel B. Sturgis, 1986.

101 1

Memorial Fund: Samuel X Radbill reverse, 1988.

101 2

Mid-Eastern Region Medical Library Services: Proposal responses, 1975-1976.

101 3

Mid-Eastern Region Medical Library Services: Governance Board, 1976-1977.

101 4

Mid-Eastern Region Medical Library Services: Governance Board, 1976-1978.

101 5

Mid-Eastern Region Medical Library Services: Governance Board, 1977-1978.

101 6

Mid-Eastern Region Medical Library Services: Governance Board, 1979.

101 7

Mid-Eastern Region Medical Library: Governance Board, 1977-1978.

102 1

National Cancer Advisory Board: Public Participation Hearing, correspondence, news release, 1988.

102 2

Proposal: National Center for Health Education, 1990.

102 3

Section on Geriatrics and Gerontology, 1984-1990.

102 4

Section on Insurance Medicine: Annual reports, 1986, 1990.

102 5

Section on Medical History, 1985-1989.

102 6

Section on Ophthalmology: Affiliation list, 1989.

102 7

Thomas Rundle Nelson Portrait Presentation, 1989.

102 8

Subseries l. Francis Clark Wood Institute.

Box Folder

Research file, 1969-1992.

103 1

Reorganization materials (RESTRICTED), 1983-1993.

103 2-6

General file, 1987-1988.

104 1

Annual report, 1988.

104 2
"The Structure and Function of the F.C. Wood Institute: Has Its Past a Future", 1992.
Access Restrictions

Restricted to senior staff.

104 3

Subseries m. Miscellaneous.

Box Folder

Books of Remembrance, 1954-1980.

105 1

Books of Remembrance, 1980.

105 2

United Way Campaign: "Merit Award for Outstanding Support", 1988.

106 1

United Way Campaign: "Gold Award for Outstanding Support", 1989.

106 2

Visitor registration books, 1979 March-May.

107 1

Visitor registration books, 1979 May-October.

107 2

Visitor registration books, 1980 February-May.

107 3

Visitor registration books, 1980 May-October.

107 4

Series V. Executive Director Search, 2002.

Scope and Contents note

The “Executive Director Search” series documents the College of Physicians’ search for an executive director following the resignation of Marc Micozzi. The selected candidate was Mark Hochberg. The records, which date 2002, include the minutes, agendas, memos, and correspondence related to the search for the executive director. The records also include information about numerous search firms utilized in the search for an executive director; as well as curriculum vitas and correspondence with particular candidates and the College of Physicians. The records of the candidates are restricted. Researchers should contact the librarian for more information regarding access.

Conditions Governing Access note

This series is restricted because of the date of the series' content.

Box Folder

Annual meeting, 2002.

108 1

Candidates Curriculum Vitas, 2002.

108 2-3

Email correspondence, 2002.

108 4

Correspondence to the Committee, 2002.

108 5

Invoices and expenses, 2002.

108 6

Job description process, 2002.

108 7

Machlowitz Consultants, Inc., 2002.

108 8

Meeting notes, 2002.

108 9

Search firms, 2002.

108 10

Search firms, 2002.

109 1-2

Search Pending: Final interviews, 2002.

109 3

Series VI. Health Sciences Library Consortium, 1987-1992.

Scope and Contents note

Health Sciences Library Consortium (HSLC) is a not-for-profit organization that promotes the sharing of health information resources to its members. HSLC’s founding members included the College of Physicians, Penn State University and the Hershey Medical Center, the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, and the University of Sciences in Philadelphia. It is located at the University City Science Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Members of HSLC add software and information from their universities, and this is shared with other members of the HSLC. Software is also developed by commercial publishers, pharmaceutical companies, medical school professors, and medical school students. At the time of its initiation, HSLC included MEDLINE, and On-line Library Public Access Catalog, a Collection Development Database, a Union List of Serials, Document Delivery Services, email, and bulletin board systems.

The records of the Health Sciences Library Consortium housed in this collection document the important role of the College of Physicians in the establishment of HSLC. The records consist of business plans, by-laws and guidelines, reports, and finances and budgets. There is a signifigant number of correspondence between the Board of Directors, as well as meeting minutes and agendas. There are also a large number of files relating to various smaller taskforces of the HSLC including the Interlibrary Loan Taskforce, the Medline User’s Group, and the Computer Assisted Instruction Taskforce. The records also include many of the facility materials used in establishing HSLC, which include proposals for items such as computers, printers, and internet service. The records date from 1987 to 1992.

Box Folder

"Agreement for the Provision of Automated Services by the Health Sciences Library Consortium", 1989.

109 4

Business plan, 5-year plan, 1990-1992.

109 5

By-laws and guidelines, 1987.

109 6

Composite minutes of taskforces, committees, and groups, 1990.

109 7

Correspondence, 1987-1989.

109 8

Correspondence, 1990-1991.

110 1

Finance and budget, 1990.

110 2

Finance and budget, 1989-1991.

110 3

General file, 1988-1991.

110 4

Meeting agendas, 1989-1992.

110 5

Meeting minutes, 1989-1991.

110 6

Members and users, 1990-1991.

110 7

"News", 1991-1992.

110 8

Online catalog and software catalog, 1991.

110 9

Reports, 1990-1991.

111 1

Subject file: Automated services agreement, 1990.

111 1

Subject file: Reception and tour on new consortium offices, 1990 January-February.

111 2

Subject file: Zipp Marketing Firm, 1990.

111 3

Subject file: Review of recommended PC's and printers, 1990.

111 4

Taskforce: Computer Assisted Instruction/LCCME, 1990-1992.

111 6

Taskforce: Cooperative Collection Development, 1990-1991.

111 7

Taskforce: Interlibrary Loan, 1990-1991.

111 8

Taskforce: Interlibrary Loan, 1991.

111 9

Taskforce: Medline Users Group, 1990-1991.

111 10

Taskforce: Shared Automated System Public Services, 1990.

112 1

Taskforce: Shared Automated System Public Services, 1991.

112 2

Various services proposals, 1990.

112 3