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Lois B. Murphy Papers 1905-1992 (bulk 1932-1992)
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Minis Hays Papers: Billings, John Shaw (3 folders) (B:H334), 1879; 1884-1886 [subseries]:
ALS, Billings to Dr. I. Minis Hays, Washington, DC, 4 pp., November 18, 1879
Speaks of submitting his correspondent's article to a top medical journal and someday forming a "great [medical] Library," his correspondent's paper, persuading members of Congress, but explains that "if the article were written by me it would lose all is weight."
[The APS finding guide to the Hays papers lists a letter of 22 May 1884. This is not found on the film, but may refer to a letter of 22 May 1885 which is found on the film but is not listed in the APS finding guide.]
ALS, Billings to Dr. I. Minis Hays, n.p., 1 p., November 22, 1884
Says he has received correspondent's letter of the 21st, lists names of doctors he think will be present at meeting of International Medical Congress.
LS, Billings to Dr. I. Minis Hays, Washington, DC, 3 pp., December 3, 1884
Mentions portrait. He says it is not an authentic one of "Dr. Physick" by Benjamin West, but that it does correspond t one by "H. Inman" and that he will buy it for the musuem anyway.
LS, Billings to Dr. I. Minis Hays of Philadelphia, Washington, DC, 6 pp. (International Medical Congress business.), December 12, 1884
LS, Billings to Dr. I. Minis Hays, Washington, DC, 6 pp., December 16, 1884
Reports on committee votes, International Medical Congress.
ALS, Billings to Dr. I Minis Hays, Washington, DC, 7 pp., December 19, 1884
Specifies details on plate, International Medical Congress.
[The APS finding guide to the Hays papers lists a letter of 20 December 1884. No letter of this date is found on the film, thought there is on the film a letter of 30 December 1884 which is not included in the APS finding guide.]
ALS, Billings to Dr. I. Minis Hays, Washington, DC, 1 p., December 27, 1884
Thanks him for his specimen, sympathies on his loss.
LS, Billings, to Dr. I. Minis Hays, Washington, DC, 2 pp., December 30, 1884
Speaks of candidates for presidency and chairmanship, International Medical Congress.
LS, Billings to Dr. I. Minis Hays, Washington DC, 3 pp., December 30, 1884
Mostly relating to reorganization of the International Medical Congress; asks for Dr. Hays' vote.
LS, Billings to Dr. I. Minis Hays, Washington, DC, 1 p., January 7, 1885
Encloses suggestion by Dr. Chadwick and asks for Dr. Hays' opinion (enclosure not included)
ALS, Billings to Dr. I. Minis Hays, Washington DC, 2 pp., January 10, 1885
More reports on elections of International Medical Congress, other administrative matters.
LS, Billings to Dr. I. Minis Hays, Washington, DC, 2 pp., January 31, 1885
On the International Medical Congress.
[Letter of 9 February 1885 found after June 30, 1885]
LS, Billings to Dr. I. Minis Hays, Washington, DC, 5 pp., February 12, 1885
More International Medical Congress business, search for Italian paper on cholera.
ALS, Billings to Dr. I. Minis Hays, Washington, DC, 2 pp., February 19, 1885
More International Medical Congress business.
LS, Billings to Dr. I. Minis Hays, Washington, DC, 8 pp., February 27, 1885
On the International Medical Congress.
LS, Billings to Dr. I. Minis Hays, Washington, DC, 2 pp. (in his capacity as secretary-general), February 27, 1885
On the International Medical Congress.
ALS, Billings to Dr. I. Minis Hays, Washington DC, 2 pp., February 28, 1885
On the International Medical Congress.
ALS, Billings to Dr. I. Minis Hays, Washington DC, 2 pp., March 15, 1885
On the International Medical Congress.
LS, Billings to Dr. I. Minis Hays, Washington DC, 1 p. (in his capacity as International Medical Congress secretary-general), March 14, 1885
On the International Medical Congress.
ALS, Billings to unnamed correspondent ("Dear Doctor"), n.p. 1 p., n.d.
On discussion with Dr. Pepper about International Medical Congress.
LS, Billings to Dr. I. Minis Hays, Washington, DC, 4 pp., May 4, 1885
International Medical Congress business.
LS, Billings to Dr. I. Minis Hays, Washington, DC, 2 pp. (not including enclosure), May 4, 1885
Reports on proceedings of the American Medical Association, more International Medical Congress business.
LS, Billings to unnamed correspondent ("Dear Sir"), Washington, DC, 3 pp. (in his capacity as secretary-general), May 16, 1885
International Medical Congress business.
LS, Billings to unnamed correspondent ("Dear Sir"), Washington DC, 2 pp. (in his capacity as secretary general), May 22, 1885
On the International Medical Congress.
LS, Billings to unnamed correspondent ("Dear Sir"), Washington DC, 2 pp. (in his capacity as secretary-general), May 11, 1885
On the International Medical Congress.
LS, Billings to unnamed correspondent ("Dear Doctor"), Washington DC, 2 pp., May 11, 1885
On the International Medical Congress.
LS, Billings to Dr. I. Minis Hays, Washington DC, 1 p., May 29, 1885
On the International Medical Congress.
ALS, Billings to unnamed correspondent ("Dear Sir"), Washington DC, 1 p. (in his capacity as secretary-general)., May 29, 1885
On the International Medical Congress.
ALS, Billings to Dr. I. Minis Hays, Washington, DC, 2 pp., May 29, 1885
On the International Medical Congress.
ALS, Billings to Dr. I. Minis Hays, Washington DC, 2 pp., June 1, 1885
On the International Medical Congress.
LS, John W. Shoemaker to Billings, Philadelphia, 2 pp., June 1, 1885
On the American Medical Association and the International Medical Congress.
LS, Billings to John W. Shoemaker, Washington, 2 pp., June 2, 1885
On the American Medical Association and the International Medical Congress.
ALS, Billings to Dr. I. Minis Hays, Washington DC, 1 p. (not including enclosures), June 2, 1885
Sending him copies of Shomaker correspondence.
ALS, Billings to Dr. I. Minis Hays, Washington DC, 1 p., June 28, 1885
Announces his resignation, encloses letter from Sir James Page. Several pages of Resolutions follow.
ALS, Billings to Dr. I. Minis Hays, Washington DC, 1 p., June 12, 1885
On the International Medical Congress.
ALS, Billings to Dr. I. Minis Hays, Washington DC, 1 p., June 30. 1885
On the International Medical Congress.
[Letter of July 3, 1885 found at end of July, 1885]
ALS, Billings to Dr. I. Minis Hays, Washington DC, 2 pp., July 5, 1885
Proposal for editorial (in Medical News?).
LS, Billings to Dr .I. Minis Hays, Washington DC, 2 pp., July 9, 1885
On the International Medical Congress.
[APS finding guide lists letter of July 12, 1885. Not found on film]
ALS, Billings to Dr. I. Minis Hays, Washington DC, 4 pp. [Not listed in APS finding guide], July 26, 1885
Angry about Medical News, Davis editorial, the International Medical Congress.
ALS, Billings to unnamed correspondent ("Dear Doctor"), Washington DC, 4 pp., February 9, 1885
On the International Medical Congress.
ALS, Billings to Dr. I. Minis Hays, Washington DC, 4 pp., July 3, 1885
On the International Medical Congress.
Letter (copy), unnamed correspondent (Billings?) to Chadwick, 4 pp., July 3, 1885
International Medical Congress, complains about AMA power play.
Letter (copy), Joseph R. Smith to Billings, San Antonio, TX, 1 p., July 26, 1885
Withdraws name from International Medical Congress nomination.
ALS, Billings to Dr. I. Minis Hays, Washington DC, 3 pp., August 3, 1885
On the International Medical Congress.
ALS, Billings to Dr. I. Minis Hays, Washington DC, 4 pp., August 4, 1885
International Medical Congress and Medical News affair.
LS, Billings to Dr. I. Minis Hays, Washington DC, 6 pp., August 4, 1885
International Medical Congress business, enclosing letter from Sir James Paget to Hays.
ALS, Billings to Dr. I. Minis Hays, Washington DC, 3pp., August 5, 1885
On the International Medical Congress.,
LS, Billings to Dr. I. Minis Hays, Washington DC, 5 pp., August 6, 1885
On the International Medical Congress.
ALS, Billings to unnamed correspondent ("Dear Doctor"), Washington DC, 4 pp., August 8, 1885
International Medical Congress business.
Telegram, Billings to Dr. I. Minis Hays, Washington DC, 1 p., June 27, no year
Announces resignation from the committee.
ALS, Billings to Dr. I. Minis Hays, Washington DC, 2 pp., March 31, 1886
Re: invitation from British Medical Association to speak.
LS, Billings to American Philosophical Society secretary in Philadelphia, New York, (in his capacity at the New York Public Library), February 23, 1906
Receipt of book.,