Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains letters and accounts of Dr. Daniel Fahrney with druggists and with firms, mostly Smith & Atkinson and E. H. Stabler Company of Baltimore. Also includes the accounts of Ann and Dr. Peter Fahrney.
The papers of Louis A. M. Krause, M.D. (1896-1975) document his life and career, from his education in Baltimore schools to his later speeches and articles. Abundant material is available from his years of military service in World Wars I and II. In addition to his own travel diaries and correspondence, there are papers from two sisters and a brother.
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.
Collection of manuscript items related to Dr. N. Louise Young (1907-1997), Maryland’s first practicing African American female physician, and her family. The collection includes correspondence; materials related to Dr. Young’s tenure at Provident Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland; and an assortment of citations and awards presented to Dr. Young for her professional and charitable work.