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Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Almshouse medical records

Identifier: MS 2474

This collection consists of the case notes of Dr. James H. Miller (1788-1853), attending physician of the Baltimore Almshouse from 1833-1837.

Dates: 1833-1837

Baltimore Medical and Surgical Club history

Identifier: MS 0118

"About Ourselves and Long Ago: An Account of the Baltimore Medical and Surgical Club, of Contemporary events and of Associated Historical Places, 1900-1960".

Dates: undated

Bay View Asylum receipt collection

Identifier: MS 2532

This collection contains receipts and cancelled checks for items purchased from 1866 to 1886 for the Bay View Asylum located in Baltimore, Maryland.

Dates: 1866-1886

Browne scrapbook

Identifier: MS 0156

Newspaper clippings relating mainly to the Woman's Medical College of Baltimore, circa 1867-1893.

Dates: 1867 - 1893

John McCulloh papers

Identifier: MS 2110

This manuscript collection is comprised of papers from John McCulloh and his sons James, Andrew, and Samuel. The collection features correspondence that covers several topics, including commerce, bonds, invoices, bills, medical training and travel.

Dates: 1773-1848

Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland manuscript collection

Identifier: MS 3000

These manuscripts, originally collected at the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland, document the history of the medical profession in Maryland in the form of lecture notes, correspondence, and case records from both individual physicians and prominent medical families. Major medical organizations, especially the Baltimore General Dispensary, are represented by ledgers, minutes, patient and physician daily records.

Dates: 1706-1978; Majority of material found in 1790-1930

N. Louise Young photograph collection

Identifier: PP 0283

Collection of 75 photographs related to Dr. N. Louise Young (1907-1997), Maryland’s first practicing African American female physician, and her family. Includes photographs of Dr. Young spanning from childhood to adulthood.

Dates: 1890-1981