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Series I: Biographical Information and Calendars, 1933-2004 [series]:

This series is divided into two sub-series: Biographical and Office of the Surgeon General. The first sub-series contains an autobiographical account written by Koop and several oral history interview transcripts, as well as curriculum vitae and genealogical notes. The Office of the Surgeon General sub-series includes activity reports and monthly appointment calendars kept by Koop as Surgeon General. This series is arranged alphabetically by folder title and chronologically therein.

 
Biography and Writings, 1933-2004 [subseries]:
142 1
Autobiographical Sketch, Freshman English, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, c. 1933-1934
1 1
Biography (includes copy of his nomination hearing)
1 2
Biography: Magazine Profiles
1 3
C.E. Koop Surgical Center Dedication: Invitation and Program, 1975 Jan 30
142 2
Curriculum Vitae, 1996
142 3
Education and Honorary Degrees, 1964-1984
1 4
Koop: The Memoirs of America's Family Doctor. Grand Rapids: Zondervan Publishing House, 1992
142 4
Notes on Koop Family Ancestry, 1986 Nov 19
142 5
Oral Interview Transcript, C. Everett Koop and Fitzhugh Mullan, Bethesda, MD, 1989 Feb 6
142 6
Oral Interview Transcript, Medical Magellan of Pediatric Surgery, 1983 Apr 28
142 7
Oral Interview Transcript, Project Hope- Health Affairs, Dartmouth, Hanover, NH, 2004 May 24
1 5-6
Photographs
1 7
Sometimes Mountains Move, 1986-1987
1 8
Transplanted Hearts. Philadelphia, Continental Press, 1972
 
Office of the Surgeon General, 1982-1988 [subseries]:
1 9-13
Weekly Activity Reports, 1982-1986
1 14-18
Monthly Calendar/Appointment Books, 1982-1988
 
Series II: Sequential Files, 1953-2004 [series]:

The Sequential Files series is the largest and most comprehensive in the collection and chronicles Koop's activities as Surgeon General on a month-by-month basis. It is not known whether Koop or his secretary maintained these files, which include records of his lengthy confirmation hearings, U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps files, Surgeon General's reports, and files related to most health issues and events throughout the 1980s. Of particular note in this series is Understanding AIDS: A Message from the Surgeon General, an eight-page mailer sent to every American residence in May 1988 and one of Koop's most well known reports. Types of documents in this series, which include correspondence, speeches, invitations, news clippings, and photographs, can be found throughout the collection. The series is arranged chronologically by month and alphabetically by title therein.

 
Pre-Surgeon General, 1953-1980 [subseries]:
143 1
Clippings, [1953 Jan]
143 2
Trip To Africa, Itinerary and Correspondence, 1961
143 3
Clippings, 1971 May
143 4
Program, Eighteenth International Conference of the British Association of Pediatric Surgeons, Genova, Italy, 1971 May 26-28
143 5-8
Clippings, 1974-1980
 
Surgeon General, 1981-1989 [subseries]:
2 1
1981 Jan [subseries]:
2 2
Commissioned Corps
2 3
Congratulations on appointment as S.G.
2 4
World Assembly on Aging Report
2 5
1981 Feb [subseries]:
2 6-7
PHS: Background
2 8
Retirement Correspondence, 1981 Feb-Jul
2 9
1981 Mar [subseries]:
2 10
Dr. Brandt's Confirmation Briefing Book
2 11
Commissioned Corps
2 12
Commissioned Corps: OMB Decision to Abolish the PHS Commissioned Corps, 1981 Mar-Jun
2 13
Commissioned Corps: PHS Medical Residency Programs
2 14
Employee Counseling Service/Employee Assistance Program
3 1
Handicapped, 1981 Mar-Sep
3 2
Visit to the National Institutes of Health
 
PHS Units-Initial Briefing
3 3
Environmental Affairs
3 4
Executive Secretariat
3 5
Food and Drug Administration
3 6
Intergovernmental Affairs, 1981 Mar-Apr
3 7
International Health, 1981 Mar-May
3 8
National Institutes of Health
3 9
Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
3 10
Office of Management
3 11
Public Affairs
3 12
Supportive Correspondence, 1981 Mar-Apr
3 13
1981 Apr [subseries]:
3 14
Clippings
3 15
Commissioned Corps: Transfer of physicians from Boston PHS Hospital
3 16
Confirmation Process: Friends Rebuttal of Criticisms, 1981 Apr-Jul
3 17
Hearing: Surgeon General Amendment
3 18
Kerr, Dr. Lorin E.
3 19
McBeath, William H.
3 20
McFee, Thomas S.
3
PHS Units--Initial Briefing
3 21
Center for Disease Control
3 22
Office of Health Research, Statistics and Technology
3 23
PHS Regional Offices
143 9
Presentation of C.E. Koop Portrait, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
3 24
Refugee Health, 1981 Apr-Dec
3 25
Refugee Health: Cuban and Haitian (NIMH)
4 1
1981 May [subseries]:
4 2
Begin, Monique (Canada)
4 3
Commissioned Corps: Review of studies on the Commissioned Corps
4 4
Commissioned Corps, Deputy Surgeon General
4 5
Ninth Appalachian Child Development and Health Symposium
4 6
Supportive Correspondence
4 7
1981 Jun [subseries]:
4 8
Commissioned Corps, ASPE Study On
4 9
Bhushan, Vijay (India)
4 10
Gallaudet College
4 11
Human Subjects Briefing for the Assistant Secretary for Health
4 12
International Year of Disabled Persons Kickoff
4 13
Menon, Dr. M.G.K. (India)
4 14
Overseas Development Council
4 15
Supportive Correspondence
4 16
U.C. - Irvine Commencement Address
4 17-18
U.S. - Egypt Joint Working Group on Health Cooperation: Agenda
5 1
1981 Jul [subseries]:
5 2
Clippings
5 3
Abortion Surveillance
5 4
Commissioned Corps
5 5-7
Confirmation as Surgeon General, 1981 Jul-Sep
5 8
Employee Assistance Program
5 9
Employee Counseling Services
5 10
Recombinant DNA
5 11
Recombinant DNA, Aspen Conference
5 12
Supportive Correspondence
5 13
Testimony for Brandt
5 14
Testimony, Waxman Committee
6 1-2
U.S. - Japan Cooperative Medical Science Program
6 3-4
White House Conference on Aging
6 5
1981 Aug [subseries]:
143 10
Briefing, Office of International Health Reorganization
6 6
Clippings
6 7
Commissioned Corps
6 8
Supportive Correspondence
6 9
1981 Sep [subseries]:
6
Background Information Provided by Mary Lynn Fletcher:
6 10
Disabled and International Year of Disabled Persons
6 11
National Health Insurance Proposals
6 12
Primary Care Effectiveness Program Review Manual
6 13
Rural Health
6 14
Bendectin: Deposition of Isalane Smock
7 1
Confirmation as Surgeon General, 1981 Sep-Nov
7 2
Confirmation as Surgeon General: Background Information
7 3
Healthy Mothers/Healthy Babies: Radio Scripts
7 4
Iberoamerican International Conference of Health Ministers, 1981 Sep-Oct
7 5
Koop Nomination: Background Information
7 6
Reduction in Strength Plan
7 7
Supportive Correspondence
7 8-9
U.S. - Nigeria Bilateral Talks
7 10
1981 Oct [subseries]:
7 11
Clippings
7 12
Bendectin
7 13
Commissioned Corps: Details to Other Agencies
7 14
Fetal Research
8 1
France and Spain Trip
8 2
Indian Health Service
8 3
International Conference on Respiratory Rehabilitation and Post-Polio Aging Problems
8 4
Supportive Correspondence
8 5
1981 Nov [subseries]:
8 6
Clippings
8 7
Bendectin
8 8
Commissioned Corps
8 9-10
Confirmation as Surgeon General
8 11
Deinstitutionalization of Disabled Children
8 12
Koop, C. Everett, The Right to Live, The Right to Die, Wheaton, Illinois: Living Books, Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
8 13
PHS Nominations and Staffing, 1981 Nov-1982 Feb
8 14
Speech: AMSUS [background materials]
8 15
White Conference on Aging, 1981 Nov-Dec
9 1
1981 Dec [subseries]:
9 2
Clippings
9 3
Bendectin: Deposition of Johannes Theirsch
9 4
Commissioned Corps
9 5
Confirmation as Surgeon General
9 6
FY 1984 Planning
9 7
Foreign Gifts and Decorations Act, 1981 Dec-1982 Feb
9 8
International Health
9 9
Long-Term Care
9 10-11
1982 Jan [subseries]:
9 12
Bendectin
9 13
Brandt, E.N.: Meeting (notes and/or background documents)
9 14
Commissioned Corps
9 15
Confirmation as Surgeon General
9 16
Dungeons and Dragons
9 18
International Year of Disabled Persons
143 11
Program Documentation, U.S.- P.R.C. Program for Cooperation in the Science and Technology of Medicine and Public Health
10 1
Surgeon General: Duties (draft and background), 1982 Jan-Mar
10 2
Tel-Med Abortion Tapes
10 3-5
1982 Feb [subseries]:
10 6
Clippings
10 7
Brandt, E.N: Meeting (notes and/or background documents)
10 8
Commissioned Corps: History of the PHS Uniform
10 9
Emergency Health Service
10 10
Indian Housing
10 11
International Health
10 12
Mental Retardation Research and Prevention
10 13
Smoking
10 14-15
1982 Mar [subseries]:
11 1
1982 Mar
11 2
Clippings
11 3
Bendectin
11 4
Commissioned Corps: Meeting with Individual Agency Heads Prior to USUHS Meeting
11 5
National Board of Medical Examiners
11 6
Republican National Committee
11 7
Speech: Utah Hospital Association [background material]
11 8-10
1982 Apr [subseries]:
11 11
Clippings
11 12
Bendectin
11 13
Brandt, E.N.: Meeting (notes and/or background materials)
11 14
Commissioned Corps
11 15
Commissioned Corps - Initiative
12 1
Disabled and/or IYDP
143 12
Office of International Health Reorganization
12 2-3
U.S.-Mexico Border Health Association
12 4-6
1982 May [subseries]:
12 7
Clippings
12 8
Baby Doe
13 1-2
Bendectin: Summary of Recent Evidence
13 3
Brandt, E.N.: Meeting (notes and/or background documents)
13 4-5
Commissioned Corps
13 6
Dairy Product Surplus, 1982 May-Sep
13 7
Disabled and/or IYDP
13 8-9
National Institutes of Health: Ad Hoc Interagency Committee on Research on Aging
13 10
National Library of Medicine
13 11
Office of the Surgeon General: Staff Meetings, 1982 May-Nov
13 12
PHS 1981 Nurse Staffing and Retention Study: Executive Summary, 1982 May-Nov
143 13
President's Commission on Biomedical Ethics
13 13
Sidhu, Dr. (India)
13 14
Speech: New Federalism in Health, Biloxi, MS [background materials]
13 15
World Health Organization
14 1-3
1982 Jun [subseries]:
14 4
Clippings
14 5
American Medical Association
14 6
Brandt, E.N.: Meeting (notes and/or background documents)
14 7
Breastfeeding
14 8
Child Abuse and Neglect
14 9-10
Commissioned Corps
14 11
Commissioned Corps: Bureau of Prisons
15 1
Indian Health Service - Oklahoma, Arizona, New Mexico
15 2
Kuwait
15 3
Mahler, H. (WHO)
15 4
National Institute on Aging
15 5
National Institutes of Health: Consensus Development Conferences
15 6
PHS Nurses Breakfast, American Nurses' Association Convention
15 7
Speech: Cancer in Childhood: American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine [background materials]
15 8
Speech: Health Fair, Philadelphia [background materials]
15 9
Speech: The New Federalism in Health [background materials]
15 10-11
1982 Jul [subseries]:
15 12
Clippings
15 13
Bendectin
15 14
Brandt, E.N.: Meeting (notes and/or background documents)
15 15
Fuchs, Mrs. Anke (Federal Republic of Germany)
15 16
Commissioned Corps
15 17
Community Oriented Primary Care
15 18
Egypt
15 19
Fluoride
15 20
Infant Formula Code
15 21
Marijuana
15 22
Modan, Dr. Baruch (Israel)
16 1-2
National Academy of Sciences: Institute of Medicine
16 3
National Association of Children's Hospitals and Related Institutions
16 4
World Assembly on Aging, 1982 Jul-Aug
16 5-6
1982 Aug [subseries]:
16 7
Clippings
16 8
Barnes, Harry (India)
16 9
Bendectin
16 10
Brandt, E.N.: Meeting (notes and/or background documents)
16 11
Commissioned Corps
16 12
Disabled and/or IYDP
16 13
Fluoride
16 14
International Conference on Pediatric Social Work
16 15
PAHO. Health Supplies Embargo
17 1-3
1982 Sep [subseries]:
17 4
Clippings
17 5
Association of Military Surgeons of the United States
17 6
Bendectin
17 7
Brickler, M.D., Alexander D. (Family Doctor of the Year)
17 8
Commissioned Corps
17 9
Committee on Education and Labor
17 10
You Can See Tomorrow
17 11
Healthy Mothers/Healthy Babies
17 12
PHS: Hispanic Heritage Week
17 13
PHS/OMS Initiatives, 1982-1983
17 14
Social Work Career Development Committee: Briefing for the Office of the Surgeon General
17 15
Speech: Up With Wheat Foods! [background materials]
17 16
Withholding Treatments from Handicapped Newborns: Hearing
18 1-3
1982 Oct [subseries]:
18 4
Clippings
18 5
AMA - Federal and Military Section
18 6
Commissioned Corps
18 7
Disabled and/or International Year of Disabled Persons
18 8
Finland: Briefing Book
18 9
Handicapped Persons
18 10
Interagency Institute
18 11
Military Assistance to Safety and Traffic/MIEG
18 12
Misconduct in Science
18 13
National Institute on Aging: Elderly Incontinence
18 14
Office on International Health
18 15
President's Commission on Ethical Issues
18 16
Scott Air Force Base, Illinois, Visit of Surgeon General C.E. Koop
19 1
Speech: American Medical Association - Federal and Military Section [background materials]
19 2
Speech: USPHS [background materials]
19 3
Speeches: General Talking Points
19 4
Walsh, Mr. William (Dept. of State) Briefing
19 5-6
1982 Nov [subseries]:
19 7
Clippings
19 8-9
People's Republic of China
19 10
DHHS Secretary Senior Staff Meeting
19 11
D.C. Mock Disaster
19 12
Disabled and/or International Year of Disabled Persons
19 13
Egypt
19 14
Infant Doe
20 1
International Health, Surgeon General's Advisory Committee
20 2
Kuwait
20 3
Royal College of Surgeons
20 4
Video Games, 1982 Nov-1983 Jun
20 5
Zaki, Dr. Sabri (Egypt)
20 6-8
1982 Dec [subseries]:
20 9
Clippings
20 10
Association of Military Surgeons of the United States
20 11
Bendectin
20 12-13
People's Republic of China
20 14
Commissioned Corps: Role and Functions of Career Development Committees
20 15
Disabled and/or International Year of Disabled Persons
21 1-3
Handicapped Children and Families Follow-up
21 4
Healthy Mothers/Healthy Babies
21 5-7
Home Care for Ventilator-Dependent Children and Adults, Surgeon General's Regional Seminar
21 8
International Health
21 9
Israel, 1982 Dec-1983 Apr
21 10
Legislation: OMB Reactions: FY 1984 Proposed Legislation
21 11
Navy: Health and Physical Readiness
22 1
Office of the Surgeon General
22 2
Smoking
22 3-5
1983 Jan [subseries]:
22 6
Clippings
22 7
AIDS: Dr. Foege's Presentation
22 8
Badran, Dr. Ahmed (Egypt)
22 9-10
Bendectin: Adverse Drug Reaction Reports
22 11
Brandt, E.N.: Meeting (notes and/or background documents)
22 12
Defense Department: Health Promotion
22 13
Diet, Nutrition, and Cancer Task Force
22 14
Disabled and/or International Year of Disabled Persons
22 15
Kuwait: Agreements, 1983 Jan-Jul
22 16
MEDSTARR (Department of Defense), 1983 Jan-Feb
22 17
PHS Awards
23 1-2
PHS Briefing Book: Margaret Heckler
23 3
Schweiker, Richard S.
23 4
Senior Staff Meeting
23 5
Smoking: Anti-Smoking Groups, 1983 Jan-Dec
23 6
Stay Alive Campaign by HHS Secretary, Richard S. Schweiker
23 7
Transition Materials-Ongoing Major Initiatives of the OSG and PHS Office of International Health
23 8-9
1983 Feb [subseries]:
23 10
Clippings
23 11
American Lung Association
23 12
Association of State and Territorial Dental Directors
23 13
Brandt, E.N.: Meeting (notes and/or background documents
23 14
California Pro Life Medical Association
23 15
China
23 16
Commissioned Corps
23 17
Disabled and/or International Year of Disabled Persons
23 18
Down's Syndrome
23 19
Egypt
23 20
Gillain-Barre Syndrome with Heptavax B Vaccine
24 1
Healthy Mothers/Healthy Babies
24 2-3
Legislative Program-FY 1984
24 4
National Council for International Health
24 5
PHS Briefing Materials (for Margaret Heckler)
24 6
PHS Organization
24 7
PHS: Region VII's Survey
24 8
Speech: Children with Disabilities [background materials]
24 9
Speech: The Injured Child [background materials]
24 10
Wilford Hall Medical Center, San Antonio
24 11-12
1983 Mar [subseries]:
24 13
Clippings
24 14
Bioethics
24 15
Brandt, E.N.: Meeting (notes and/or background documents)
24 16
Commissioned Corps: History
24 17
Commissioned Corps: Reorganization
25 1
DHHS: Press Conference
25 2
Egypt
25 3
Healthy Mothers/Healthy Babies
25 4
Industrial College of the Armed Forces
25 5
International Symposium on Public Health, Hawaii
25 6
Kuwait
25 7
Public Health Reports: Editorial Board Meeting
25 8
PHS: Budget Analysis FY 1984
25 9
Sloop, Barbara A. (Senior Therapist)
25 10
Speech: Warner Duckett [background materials]
25 11
Violence, 1983 Mar-Apr
25 12-13
1983 Apr [subseries]:
25 14
Clippings
25 15-21
Bendectin
25 22
Brandt, E.N.: Meeting (notes and/or background documents)
25 23
China
25 24
Commissioned Corps: Commissioned Officers Association
25 25
DHHS Smoking Policy
25 26
Disabled and/or International Year of Disabled Persons
25 27
Epidemic Acute Illness
25 28
Fulayil, Rashid (Bahrain)
25 29
Japanese Health Officials
25 30
Kennedy, D. James
26 1
Mexican Health Officials
26 2
Nigeria: Agreements
26 3
PHS Committee on Health Promotion
26 4
Speech: Lectureship, J.B. Bilderback [background materials]
26 5-6
1983 May [subseries]:
26 7
Clippings
26 8
Bendectin
26 9
Brandt, E.N.: Meeting (notes and/or background documents)
26 10
Brandt, E.N.: Protection of human subjects
26 11
Brandt, E.N.: World Federation of Public Health Associations
26 12
Commissioned Corps
26 13
Handicapped and Disabled: National Information and Referral System
26 14
Marquette University
26 15
U.S.-PRC Joint Science and Technology Commission: Briefing, Beijing
26 16-17
World Health Assembly, Geneva
27 1-2
1983 Jun [subseries]:
27 3
Clippings
27 4
Bendectin
27 5
Brandt, E.N.: Meeting (notes and/or background documents)
27 6
China
27 7
Dole, Elizabeth
27 8
Health Promotion Conference
27 9
Indian Visitors
27 10
Investigation of Medical Analytic Laboratories
27 11
Reye Syndrome and Salicylates
27 12
SSI Deeming Rules: Application for Waiver
27 13
Spain, 1983 Jun-1984 Apr
27 14
Subeihi, Dr. Suleiman (Jordan)
27 15
U.S.-Mexico Border Health Association
27 16-17
1983 Jul [subseries]:
27 18
Clippings
27 19
British Association of Pediatric Surgeons
27 20
Centers for Disease Control: Position for Director
27 21
Commissioned Corps
28 1
Handicapped and Disabled: National Information and Referral System
28 2
OASH Functional Analysis
28 3-4
1983 Aug [subseries]:
28 5
Clippings
28 6
Brandt, E.N.: Meeting (notes and/or background documents)
28 7
Handicapped and Disabled Children
28 8
Handicapped and Disabled: National Information and Referral System
28 9-10
1983 Sep [subseries]:
28 11
Clippings
28 12
Bendectin
28 13
Brandt, E.N.: Meeting (notes and/or background documents)
28 14
China: Agreements
28 15
De Schouwer, Dr. Pieter (Belgium)
28 16
Drugs on Society: Impact hearing
28 17
Handicapped and Disabled Children
28 18
Interagency Institute for Federal Health Care Executives
28 19
International Seminar on Hansen's Disease
28 20
Oral Health Objectives
29 1-3
Pan American Health Organization Meeting, 1983 Sep-Oct
29 4
U.S. - Egypt Joint Working Group on Health Cooperation, 1983 Sep-Nov
29 5-7
1983 Oct [subseries]:
29 8
Clippings
29 9
Brandt, E.N.: Meeting (notes and/or background documents)
29 10
Handicapped and Disabled: National Information and Referral System
29 11
Saudi Arabia: Agreements
29 12
Sloop, Barbara A. (Senior Therapist)
29 13
Speech: La Salle College [background materials]
29 14
Spinal Cord Injury
29 15
Invitational Symposium on Ventilator Dependent Children: Summary
29 16
Violence, 1983 Oct-Dec
30 1
1983 Nov [subseries]:
30 2
Clippings
30 3
Austria: Agreements
30 4
Brandt, E.N.: Meeting (notes and/or background documents)
30 5
China
30 6-9
Egypt
30 10
Egypt: Briefing Book
31 1
Handicapped and Disabled Children
31 2
Handicapped and Disabled: National Information and Referral System
31 3
Telenet Medical Information Network, 1983 Nov-1986 May
31 4-5
1983 Dec [subseries]:
31 6
Clippings
31 7
Briefing Material Guidelines
31 8
China
31 9
Chronically Ill Children: Hearing
31 10
Fluoride
31 11
Fouad, Dr. Saad (Egypt)
31 12
Handicapped and Disabled Children
31 13
Handicapped and Disabled: National Information and Referral System
31 14-15
Home Care for Ventilator-Dependent Children and Adults, Surgeon General's Regional Seminar
31 16
India: Agreements, 1983 Dec-1984 Sep
31 17
PHS/Administration on Aging Health Promotion
31 18
Violence in Our Society [editorial], New Physician
31 19
1984 Jan [subseries]:
32 1
1984 Jan
32 2
Clippings
32 3
American Council on Transplantation
32 4
Baby Doe Regulations
32 5-6
EcuMed, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
32 7
Handicapped and Disabled Children
32 8
Handicapped and Disabled: National Information and Referral System
32 9
Heiberg, Astrid (Norway)
32 10
Keene Corporation-Suit
32 11
Levy, Solomon
32 12
Pornography
32 13
PHS Planning FY 1986
32 14
Sloop, Barbara A. (Senior Therapist)
32 15
Speech: March for Life [background materials]
32 16
Speech: Ventilator Dependent Children [background materials]
32 17
United Pro-Life Movement
32 18-19
1984 Feb [subseries]:
32 20
Clippings
32 21
Attorney General's Task Force on Family Violence
32 22
Child Abuse and Neglect
33 1
Handicapped and Disabled Children
33 2
Handicapped and Disabled: National Information and Referral System
33 3
Healthy Mothers, Test Results, Radio Message by the SG's Office, Department of Health and Human Services
33 4
Healthy Mothers/Healthy Babies, Tape
33 5
International Health, SG Advisory Committee
33 6
International Organization Affairs Meeting with Gregory J. Newell, Assistant Secretary
33 7
Navy: Health and Physical Readiness
33 8
Pornography
33 9
Reye Syndrome/Aspiring TV Public Service Announcements
33 10
Smoking Policies
33 11
Speech: Do Not Resuscitate Orders [background materials]
33 12
Speech: Engineers in Health [background materials]
33 13
Speech: It Never Happens Here: Late Abortion in America? [background materials]
33 14
Speech: News Conference for EcuMed [background materials]
33 15
Speech: Will You Help Your Baby's Brain Develop? [background materials]
33 16
SSI Deeming Rules: Waivers
33 17
Violence, 1984 Feb-Apr
33 18-19
1984 Mar [subseries]:
33 20
Clippings
33 21
Children's Hospital, Washington, D.C.
34 1
Handicapped and Disabled Children
34 2
Handicapped Infant
34 3-4
Pornography
34 5
Speech: Margaret Heckler, Secretary HHS
34 6
Ventilator Dependent Children
34 7
World Health Organization Executive Board
34 8-9
1984 Apr [subseries]:
34 10
Clippings
34 11
Al Sughair, Dr. Hamad (Saudi Arabia)
34 12
Catherine Genovese Memorial Conference
34 13
Child Abuse
34 14
El-Ghawaby, Hassan (Egypt)
34 15
Handicapped and Disabled Children
34 16
Hospital Infant Bioethics Committee Guidelines
34 17
International Congress on Advances in Orthopedic Surgery and Traumatology
34 18
Kitagawa, Dr. Sadayoshi (Japan)
34 19
Modan, Dr. Baruch (Israel)
34 20
Pornography
34 21
Smoking
143 14
Srouji v. University of Pennsylvania
34 22
Ventilator Dependent Children
34 23-24
1984 May [subseries]:
35 1
Clippings
35 2
Child Abuse
35 3
Children with Handicaps and their Families, Surgeon General's Workshop, 1982 Dec-1984 May
35 4
Handicapped and Disabled Children
35 5
Healthy Mothers/Healthy Babies
35 6
International Health Service Corps
35 7
Older Americans Month
35 8
Ventilator Dependent Children
35 9
World Health Assembly, Geneva
35 10-11
1984 Jun [subseries]:
35 12
Clippings
35 13
Abortion Survey
35 14
Association of Military Surgeons of the U.S.
35 15-16
Breastfeeding, Surgeon General's Workshop
35 17
Centers for Disease Control
35 18
Commissioned Officers Association, Phoenix
35 19
Handicapped and Disabled Children
35 20
International Conference on Population
35 21
National Institute for Occupational Safety
36 1
Pornography
36 2
Pornography: Final Report, The Effects of Violent and Nonviolent Pornography
36 3
PHS
36 4
PHS Scientific Faculty (proposed)
36 5
Betsy Ross Flag Day
36 6
Nicholas Veliotes (Egypt)
36 7
Ventilator Dependent Children
36 8-9
1984 Jul [subseries]:
36 10
Clippings
36 11
Child Abuse
36 12
China
36 13
CIOMS Conference on Medical Ethics
36 14-15
Fluoride
37 1
Handicapped and Disabled Children
37 2-3
Kennedy, J.S.: Correspondence in Response to Appearance on His TV Show
37 4
Pertussis Strategy Conference
37 5
Pornography
37 6
Speech: Bladder Training and Related Therapy for Urinary Incontinencea [background material]
37 7
Speech: Draft, Youth with Disabilities: The Transition Years Conference of Dr. Koop's Speech
37 8
Teddy Bears Foundation, 1984 Jul-1986 Apr
37 9-10
1984 Aug [subseries]:
37 11
Clippings
37 12
American Hospital Association, Denver
37 13
China
37 14
Commissioned Corps: Promotion Statement
37 15
Pornography
37 16-17
1984 Sep [subseries]:
37 18
Clippings
37 19
American Academy of Pediatrics
37 20
Canada: Agreements
37 21
China
37 22
Commissioned Corps Honor Awards Board
37 23
Dr. Magnusson and Mr. Grimsson (Iceland)
38 1
Pornography
38 2
Smith, Albert Lee
38 3
Speech: Care of the Handicapped Child: Today and Tomorrow [background materials]
38 4
Speech: Coping with Baby Doe [background materials]
38 5
Ventilator Dependent Children
38 6-7
1984 Oct [subseries]:
38 8
Clippings
38 9
American Academy of Pediatrics, Chicago
38 10
Baker, Charles D.,
38 11
Bisht, Dr. D.B. (India)
38 12
Booth Hall Children's Hospital
38 13
Commissioned Corps Officers Awards, 1984 Oct-Nov
38 14
Down's Syndrome
38 15
Institute for the Study of Smoking Behavior
38 16
Israel
38 17
Pornography
38 18
Pretrick, Dr. Eliuel (Micronesia)
38 19
U.S.-People's Republic of China Agreement Between CDC and the Chinese Center for Preventive Medicine
38 20
Ventilator Dependent Children
38 21
John C. Williams Lecture
38 22-23
1984 Nov [subseries]:
38 24
Clippings
39 1
American Association for Respiratory Therapy
39 2
American Lung Association
39 3
American Society of Allied Health Professions
39 4
Christian Business Men's Committee
39 5
Council for National Policy
39 6
National Disaster Medical System
39 7
Pornography
39 8
Speech: Perspectives on Employment Individuals [background materials]
39 9
Violence, 1984 Nov-1985 Feb
39 10
1984 Dec [subseries]:
39 11
Clippings
39 12
American Medical Association
39 13
Dr. Brandt's Successor
39 14
Cancer and Pain Relief
39 15
China
39 16
Epp, Jake (Canada)
39 17
Hopkins, M.D., Donald R.
39 18
Pornography
39 19
PHS of the Year Program
39 20
Smoke-Free Society by C.E. Koop
39 21
Surgeon General's Advisory on DPT Shortage
39 22
Ventilator Dependent Children
39 23
World Health Organization
39 24-26
1985 Jan [subseries]:
39 27
Clippings
39 28
American Council on Transplantation
40 1
Carr, Robert (Egypt)
40 2
Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
40 3
Indian Safety Campaign
40 4
International Health Promotion
40 5
National Institutes of Health Consensus Development Conference
40 6
Pornography
40 7
Pornography: Clippings, 1985 Jan-Dec
40 8
PHS International Health
40 9
Smoking: Anti-Smoking Groups, 1985 Jan-Dec
40 10
United States Coast Guard, Chief Medical Officer
40 11-12
1985 Feb [subseries]:
40 13
Clippings
40 14
Commissioned Corps: Continued Support of PHS Students at USUHS
40 15
Koop, C.E. Who are the Disabled Among Us? [draft], Adolescent Health Care 6:2
40 16
May, Patricia A.K.
40 17
Physicians from West Bank and Gaza
40 18
Pornography
40 19
President's Address: State of the Union
40 20
Smoking Policy in Hospitals
40 21
Surgeon General's Workshop on Violence
40 22
Ventilator Dependent Children
40 23-24
1985 Mar [subseries]:
40 25
Clippings
40 26
Abortion
40 27
Blasser, M.D. Edward F.
40 28
Christian Medical Society Conference
40 29
Ciampa, Joan Marie
41 1
Dropsie College
41 2
Minnesota: Proposed Nonsmoking and Health Legislation
41 3
Pornography
41 4
PHS Approaches for Policy-Relevant Information
41 5
United States Coast Guard: Statutory Position of Chief Medical Officer
41 6-7
1985 Apr [subseries]:
41 8
Clippings
41 9
CIGNA
41 10
Heroin and Pain
41 11
Indian Health Care Improvement Act
41 12
Pertussis Vaccine, Sweden
41 13
Pornography
41 14
Speech: PHS
41 15
United States-Saudi Arabia, Ninth Session, Joint Commission on Economic Development
41 16
World Health Organization
41 17-18
1985 May [subseries]:
41 19
Clippings
42 1
American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry
42 2
Christianity Today
42 3
May Company
42 4
National Conference on Alzheimer's
42 5
Pornography
42 6
Speech: Marquette University Commencement [background materials]
42 7
USHUS
42 8
Ventilator Dependent Children
42 9
World Health Organization, Geneva
42 10-11
World Health Organization: Cables and Press Reports
42 12-13
1985 Jun [subseries]:
42 14
Clippings
42 15
American Leprosy Missions
42 16
American Medicine Association
42 17
Attorney General's Commission on Pornography
42 18
Denver National Conference on Pornography
42 19
Ganhi, Rajiv (India)
143 15
International Health Development Corps, Proposal, Executive Summary
43 1-2
Pornography
43 3
Speech: New York Medical College, [background materials]
43 4
Speech: Rockville High School, MD [background materials]
43 5
Surgeon General's Advisory Committee on, Smokeless Tobacco
43 6
United States-Mexico Border Health Association
43 7-8
Ventilator Dependent Children
43 9-10
1985 Jul [subseries]:
43 11
Clippings
43 12
American Hospital Association
43 13
British Association of Pediatric Surgeons
43 14
Pornography
43 15
Sclerotherapy
43 16
Ventilator Dependent Children
43 17
1985 Aug [subseries]:
44 1
1985 Aug
44 2
Clippings
44 3
Cancer and Pain Relief
44 4
China
44 5
Orientation Program for USUHS
44 6
Pornography
44 7
Smoking
44 8
Speech: Principles of Practice [background materials]
44 9
Sweden: Agreements
44 10
Teleradiology Conference
44 11
Ventilator Dependent Children
44 12
Weicker, Senator Lowell P.
44 13-14
1985 Sep [subseries]:
44 15
Clippings
44 16
AIDS
44 17
Association of Military Surgeons of the United States
44 18
Coalition on Smoking or Health
44 19
Commissioned Corps
44 20
Grewal, Mrs. Sarla (India)
44 21
Managing our Miracles/Health Care in America, Columbia University
45 1
National Library of Medicine: Board of Regents
45 2
Northeast Canadian/American Health Council
45 3
Alton Ochsner Award
45 4
Smoking
45 5
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
45 6
White House: Briefing
45 7-8
1985 Oct [subseries]:
45 9
Clippings
45 10
AIDS (edited transcript)
45 11
American Academy of Pediatrics
45 12
American Cancer Society
45 13
Being A Physician (edited article)
45 14
Bouramoue, Dr. Christophe (Congo)
45 15
Child Sexual Abuse
45 16
Commissioned Corps
45 17
GASP, Massachusetts
45 18
Geriatric Inpatient Continence Program
45 19
Interagency Seminar Group, Washington, D.C.
45 20
Pornography
45 21
PHS/A0A Aging Health Promotion
45 22
Region I Report-PHS/AoA Initiative
45 23
Smoking
45 24
Smoking: S. 1440 Non-Smokers Rights Act
46 1-3
Surgeon General's Workshop on Violence and Public Health, Leesburg, VA
46 4
Agenda
46 5
Background Material, 1982-1985
46 6
Background Material: American Medical Association, 1983-1985
46 7
Report. Rockville: Health Resources and Services Administration, 1986 May
46 8
Source Book. Leesburg, VA: National Center for Child Abuse and Neglect
46 9
Surgeon General's Briefing, 1985 Nov
46 10
Reaction, 1985 Oct-Nov
46 11
Reaction, 1986 May
46 12
Reaction, 1986 Jun-Sep
47 1-2
1985 Nov [subseries]:
47 3
Clippings
47 4
AIDS, 1985 Nov-Dec
47 5
Boxing
47 6
Congratulatory Letters, Second Term as Surgeon General
47 7
Licensure of Health Care
47 8
Mason, James O., Assistant Surgeon General
48 9
Pornography
48 10
PHS: Briefing Charts
48 11
Rosello, Dr. Pedro (Puerto Rico)
47 12
Worldnet
47 13-14
1985 Dec [subseries]:
47 15
Clippings
47 16
Boxing
47 17
Commissioned Corps
47 18
Eastern Michigan University
47 19
Interview with C.E. Koop Transcript
47 20
Pornography
47 21
Smoking
48 1-2
1986 Jan [subseries]:
48 3
Clippings
48 4
Abortion
48 5
Boxing
48 6
China
48 7
National Right to Life
48 8
Pornography: Clippings, 1986 Jan-Dec
48 9
Pornography
48 10
Public Health in Asia and the Pacific Basin
48 11-12
PHS: Special Issues
48 13
Smoking, 1986 Jan-Jul
48 14
Smoking: Anti-Smoking Groups, 1986 Jan-Dec
48 15
Speech: Notre Dame Law School [background materials]
49 1-2
1986 Feb [subseries]:
49 3
Clippings
49 4
Abortion
49 5
Surgeon General's Report on Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome: Outline
49 6
Holly, Norman
49 7
International Travel Under Secretary's Briefing
49 8
National Engineers Week
49 9
Speech: Public Health and Private Ethics [background materials]
49 10
Surgeon General's Report on Smoking and the Workplace
49 11-12
1986 Mar [subseries]:
49 13
Clippings
49 14
Cancer and Pain Relief
49 15
Legislative Development-FY 1988
49 16
Pornography
49 17
Smokeless Tobacco, 1986 Mar-1987 Jan
49 18
Task Force on Personal Excellence and National Security
50 1
United States-India Vaccine, 1986 Mar 31-Apr 2
50 2
United States Trading Company
50 3
University of Central Florida
50 4
The Wilson Center
50 5-6
1986 Apr [subseries]:
50 7
Clippings
50 8
Abortifacient Research
50 9
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
50 10
Harbor View Center, Seattle
50 11
Pornography
50 12
United States-Mexico Border Health Association
50 13-14
1986 May [subseries]:
50 15
Clippings
51 1
Pornography
51 2
PHS Honors Awards
51 3
Soviet Nuclear Accident, 1986 May-Jul
51 4-8
World Health Assembly, Geneva
51 9
World Health Assembly, Briefing Materials, Geneva
51 10-11
1986 Jun [subseries]:
52 1
Clippings
52 2
ASH, Briefing Book
52 3
Commissioned Corps: Awards
52 4
DHHS Senior Staff Policy Retreat
52 5
Mexico
52 6
Pan American Health Organization (PAHO)
52 7
Peer Review Organizations
52 8
Pornography
52 9-10
Pornography: Surgeon General's Workshop on Pornography and Public Health
52 11
Pornography: Surgeon General's Workshop on Pornography and Public Health: Report, Prepared by Mulvey, Ph.D., Edward P. and Hauggard, M.A., Jeffrey L., Washington, DC: DHHS
52 12
S. 2443-Health Warning Labels on Alcoholic Beverage Containers
52 13-14
Smoking: Passive Smoking Testimony and Background
52 15
Speech: Helping Smokers Quit [background materials]
53 1-2
1986 Jul [subseries]:
53 3
Armed Forces Institute of Pathology Manuscripts (submitted to New England Journal of Medicine)
53 4
Association of Military Surgeons of the United States
53 5
Commissioned Corps
53 6
1986 Aug [subseries]:
53 7
Clippings
53 8
International Year of Disabled Persons
53 9
Pornography
53 10-11
Senior Staff Commissioned Corps: Briefing
53 12
Speech: Come Joint This Anti-Smoking Crusade! [background materials]
53 13
Speech: Survival, Health and Injury Prevention, Brooklyn [background materials]
53 14-15
1986 Sep [subseries]:
53 16
Clippings
53 17
Abortion Review
54 1-2
Goldberg, Allen I. Home Care and Alternatives to Hospitalization in France ...
54 3
Healthy Mothers/Healthy Babies
54 4
Pornography
54 5
Sigurdsen, Gertrud (Sweden)
54 5a-b
Surgeon General's Report on Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome [drafts]
54 6
1986 Oct [subseries]:
54 7
Clippings
54 8
AIDS, 1986 Oct-1989 Feb
54 9
American Lung Association
54 10
Americans United for Life, Chicago
54 11
Dhanoa, S.S. (India)
54 12
England
54 13
Pornography
54a 1-2
Soviet Union
54a 3
Surgeon General's Report on Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
54a 4
Windom Briefing
54a 5
1986 Nov [subseries]:
54a 6
Clippings
54a 7
Pornography
54a 8
1986 Dec [subseries]:
55 1
Clippings
55 2
Smoking
55 3-4
1987 Jan [subseries]:
55 5
Clippings
55 6
AIDS
55 7
AIDS Evangelical Opposition
55 8
Smoking
55 9
Smoking: Anti-Smoking Groups, 1987 Jan-Dec
55 10
Smoking: Clippings, 1987 Jan-Dec
55 11
Spinal Cord Injury Prevention
55 12-13
1987 Feb
55 14
Clippings
55 15
AIDS: Catholic Church, 1987 Feb-1988 Jun
55 16
Armed Forces Institute of Pathology
55 17
Children with Special Health Care Needs-Surgeon General's report
55 18
Children's Accident Prevention Coalition
55 19-20
1987 Mar [subseries]:
55 21
Clippings
56 1
Children's Accident Prevention Coalition
56 2
Christian Life Commission
56 3
Commissioned Corps
56 4
Commissioned Corps
56 5
Smoking
56 6
Smoking in the Workplace, Dallas
56 7
Smoking: Texas Student Essays (includes photos)
56 8
University of South Florida
56 9-10
1987 Apr [subseries]:
56 11
Clippings
56 12
AIDS Commission, 1987 Apr-Jul
56 13
AIDS in Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, 1987 Apr-Nov
56 14
Breastfeeding and AIDS
56 15
Commissioned Corps
56 16
Hartstock, Peter I., Needles and Syringes
56 17
National Cancer Institute, Bethesda
56 18
United States-Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
56 19-20
1987 May [subseries]:
56 21
Clippings
57 1
AIDS
57 2-3
American Council on Science and Health
57 4
American Medical Association: Election Materials
57 5-6
1987 Jun [subseries]:
57 7
Clippings
57 8
AIDS and Teenagers: Emerging Issues. Hearing Before the Select Committee on Children, Youth, and Families House of Representatives
57 9
Dartmouth College
57 10
International Symposium on Family Breakdown [David Scott]
57 11
Smoking
57 12
Surgeon General's Conference Campaign, Houston
57 13
1987 Jul [subseries]:
58 1
1987 Jul
58 2
Clippings
58 3
Chief Professional Officers
58 4
Commissioned Corps
58 5
Visit to Berlin
58 6
1987 Aug [subseries]:
58 7
Clippings
58 8-9
1987 Sep [subseries]:
58 10
Clippings
58 11
AIDS
58 12
AIDS (for TV executives)
58 13
AIDS Issues (Part 2), Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Health and the Environment of the Committee on Energy and Commerce-House of Representatives, 1987 May-Sep
59 1
Commissioned Corps Centennial
59 2
Lippert, Robert T.: Board of Inquiry
59 3
Moore, John (Great Britain)
59 4
Surgeon General's Northwest Regional Conference on Interpersonal Violence
59 5
Surgeon General's Workshop on Self-Help and Public Health
59 6
Telephone Survey of 100 Physicians
59 7-8
1987 Oct [subseries]:
59 9
Clippings
59 10-11
AIDS
59 12
Children's Hospital, Philadelphia
59 13
Pediatric Anesthesia
143 16
Program, Twenty-Seventh Carousel Ball, In Honor of C. Everett Koop
59 14
Smoking
59 15
United Nations General Assembly, New York, 1987 Oct-Nov
59 16-17
1987 Nov [subseries]:
60 1
Clippings
60 2
AIDS
60 3
Association of Military Surgeons of the United States
60 4
Commissioned Corps
60 5
National Conference on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism
60 6
Smoking
60 7-8
1987 Dec [subseries]:
60 9
Clippings
60 10
AIDS
60 11
Bowen, M.D., Otis R. (Sec. DHHS)
60 12
Children's Accident Prevention Coalition
60 13
International Health Track, Cleveland Metropolitan General Hospital, 1987 Dec-1988 Jan
60 14
Smoking
60 15
Technology-Dependent Children Task Force
60 16-17
1988 Jan [subseries]:
60 18
Clippings
60 19
Hearing Loss Initiative
60 20
National Heart Lung and Blood Institute: Aspirin
61 1
Pediatric AIDS Initiative
61 2
Smoking
61 3
Smoking: Anti-Smoking Groups, 1988 Jan-Dec
61 4-5
Smoking: Clippings, 1988 Jan-Dec
61 6-7
1988 Feb [subseries]:
61 8
Clippings
61 9
AIDS
61 10
Columbia University
61 11
Condoms, 1988 Feb-1989 Feb
61 12
Military Pay
61 13
Pediatric AIDS Initiative
61 14
Smoking
61 15
Speech: International Cooperation in Public Health Matters [background materials]
61 16
Speech: Reynolds Stop Smoking Program [background materials]
62 1-2
1988 Mar [subseries]:
62 3
Clippings
62 4
AIDS
62 5
American College of Physicians
62 6
Commissioned Corps
62 7
Family Life/Sexuality Program, Falls Church, VA
62 8
Hearing Loss Initiative
62 9
Hollywood's Salute to Broadway, AIDS Benefit Honoring Koop
62 10
Incontinence Project
62 11
IV Drug Abuse and AIDS, 1988 Mar-Sep
62 12
Military Pay
62 13
Smoking
62 14
Smoking: Correspondence with State and Local Officials
62 15
Unfair Labor Practice: Testimony
62 16-17
1988 Apr [subseries]:
62 18
Clippings
63 1-2
China
63 3
Hong Kong
63 4
National Association of Elementary School Principals
63 5
Needle Exchange
143 17
Proposed Reorganization Within the Office of the Surgeon General
63 6
Schumosic, Arnold
143 18
Surgeon General's Medallion and Medal, 1988 Apr-Nov
63 7-8
1988 May [subseries]:
143 19
America's Number 1 Doctor, U.S. News and World Report
63 9
Clippings
63 10-11
AIDS
63 12
Children's Hospital, Philadelphia
63 13
Colby College, Waterville, Maine
63 14
Cornell University
64 1
Hearing Loss Initiative
64 2
Needle Exchange
64 3
Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science
64 4
Smoking
64 5
Surgeon General's Letter on Child Sexual Abuse
64 6
Surgeon General's Report on Nutrition and Health
64 7
Surgeon General's Smoking Report Addiction, 1988 May-1989 Feb
64 8-9
1988 Jun [subseries]:
64 10
Clippings
64 11
AIDS
64 12
American Medical Association
64 13
Assistant Secretary for Health Role
64 14
Kirksville College
64 15
President's AIDS Commission Report, 1988 Jun-Aug
64 16
PHS
64 17
Smoking
64 18-19
Surgeon General's Report on Nutrition and Health, 1988 Jun-Jul
65 1-2
1988 Jul [subseries]:
65 3
Clippings, July 1988
65 4-5
Abortion: Report, 1988 Jul-Nov
65 6
Brookdale Foundation
65 7-8
Surgeon General's Report on Nutrition and Health, 1988 Jul-Dec
65 9
1988 Aug [subseries]:
65 10
Clippings
65 11
Commissioned Corps
65 12
1988 Sep [subseries]:
65 13
Clippings
65 14
Drug Legalization
66 1
Kids on the Block, Inc.
66 2
Surgeon General's Medal
66 3-4
1988 Oct
66 5
Clippings
66 6
Drunk Driving, 1988 Oct-Dec
66 7
Speech: America Responds to AIDS [background materials]
66 8
1988 Nov [subseries]:
66 9
Clippings
66 10
Commissioned Corps
66 11
Transition Materials
66 12
1988 Dec [subseries]:
66 13
Clippings
66 14
AIDS
66 15
Drunk Driving
66 16
National Beer Wholesalers' Association, Inc. v. Surgeon General's Koop: Lawsuit
66 17
1989 Jan [subseries]:
66 18
Clippings
66 19
AIDS
66 20
Commissioned Corps Centennial
67 1
1989 Feb [subseries]:
67 2
Clippings
143 20
Leon Bernard Foundation Prize for 1989, Correspondence
67 3
CDRH Condoms Booklet, 1989 Feb-Mar
67 4-5
1989 Mar [subseries]:
67 6
Clippings
67 7-8
1989 Apr [subseries]:
67 9
Clippings
67 10-11
International Symposium on Family Breakdown [David Scott], 1987 Jul-1989 Apr
67 12
Nobel Laureate Letters
67 13-14
1989 May [subseries]:
67 15
Clippings
143 21
Clippings, Resignation As Surgeon General
143 22
Press Release by Senator Kennedy
67 16
Smoking
143 23
Speech, Salute to C. Everett Koop, Louis W. Sullivan, M.D., American Health Foundation's 20th Anniversary
143 24
TV Exit Interviews, Schedule and Notes
67 17
1989 Jun [subseries]:
143 26
Brochure, Princeton University Commencement
67 18
Clippings
143 27
Clippings, Resignation As Surgeon General
67 19
Courage Foundation
67 20
1989 Jul [subseries]:
67 21
Clippings
143 28
Clippings, Resignation As Surgeon General
 
1989 Oct [subseries]:
143 29
Clippings
 
Post Surgeon General, 1989-2004 [subseries]:
143 30
Clippings, 1989 Dec
143 31-34
Clippings, 1990
67 22
1990 Mar
143 35
1990 Health Services Dinner, Philadelphia Council, Boy Scouts of America, 1990 Mar
67 23
1990 Jun
143 36-44
Clippings, 1991
143 45-49
Clippings, 1992
143 50-56
Clippings, 1993
143 57
Clippings, 1994
143 58-68
Clippings, 1995
143 69
Brochure, Silicon Valley Business and Leadership Conference, 1995 May 26
143 70-76
Clippings, 1996
143 77-80
Time Life Medical Patient Education Video Promotional Tour [Includes Photographs], 1996
143 81
Brochure, 2nd Annual C. Everett Koop Lecture In Medical Informatics, Health Care Meets Cyberspace [photocopy of cover only], 1996 May 13
143 82
Clippings, 2004 Feb
143 83
Clippings
143 84
Clinical Symposia
 
Series III: Subject Files, 1946-1998 [series]:

The Subject Files Series contains documentation of the major areas of work for which Koop is best known. These topics are represented by the following five sub-series: Adolescent Health, Adult Health, AIDS, Alcohol, Tobacco and Drugs, and Reproduction. The Adolescent Health sub-series includes technical medical writings documenting Koop's pioneering contributions in the field of pediatrics as well as materials on major mid-1980s events concerning handicapped infants Baby Doe, Baby Jane Doe, and Katie Beckett. The Alcohol, Tobacco, and Drugs sub-series features documents related to Koop's well known campaign against tobacco, including many files on the early efforts to create tobacco legislation. The materials in each sub-series are arranged alphabetically.

 
Adolescent Health, 1942-2002 [subseries]:
146 1
Abdominal Tumors of Infancy and Childhood, Lecture, Liverpool, England, 1959 Jun
146 2
Annular Pancreas in Infancy, 1954
146 3
Beijing Children's Hospital Visit
146 4
Capillary Lymphangioma of the Tongue Complicated by Glossitis, 1960-1962
146 5
Colonic Replacement of Distal Esophagus and Proximal Stomach in the Management of Bleeding Varices in Children, 1957 Apr 18 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
146 6
Correspondence on Experiments, 1962-1963
146 7
Correspondence, Koop Surgical Center, Philadelphia, PA, 1974-1975
146 8
Current Management of Malignant Tumors in Childhood, Speech, Potts Seminar, Long Island, NY, 1965 Feb 10-11
146 9
Ectopia Cordis: Successful Management and An Operation for the Next Time, Speech, Paris, France, 1977 Dec 8
146 10
Esophageal Atresia, 1967 Nov 15
146 11
Fetal Medicine, Editorial, 1984 Feb 23
146 12
GI Bleeding [Infants and Children], 1965
146 13
Imperforate Anus Research, 1966
146 14
Intestinal Obstruction in the Neonatal Period, Reprint from Advances in Pediatrics, 1953
146 15-16
Neuroblastoma Papers, 1946-1963 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
146 17
Neuroblastoma, Spontaneous Regression, Unpublished Paper
146 18
Neuroblastoma Statistics and Tumor Records, 1942-1950
146 19
Neuroblastoma- The Management of Abdominal Neuroblastoma, Presented to National Conference on Cancer, Dallas, TX, 1974 May 16
146 20
Notes, 1962-1963
146 21
Observations on Undescended Testes, 1957 Dec
146 22
Operations for Neuroblastoma, Speech, Philadelphia, PA, 1966-1968
146 23
Patient Keysort Cards, Designed by C. E. Koop, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, 1965
146 24
Patient Lists by Type of Operation, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, 1925-1965 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
146 25
Pediatric Surgery: The Newest Specialty for the Youngest Patient, Speech, Philadelphia, PA, 1980 Nov 5
146 26
Pyloromyotomy for Pyloric Stenosis, 1963
146 27
Repair of the Undescended Testicle, 1962
146 28
SafeKids Campaign Updates, 1989, 1995, 1996
146 29
Subtotal Pancreatectomy in the Management of Forty-Eight Cases of Severe Persistent Idiopathic Hypoglycemia in Children, 1965-1966
146 30
Surgeon General's Workshop on Ventilator- Dependent Children, 1982 Dec 13-14
146 31
Technique of Herniorrhaphy and Orchidopexy, 1977 Jan 11
146 32
The Death of a Child, 1967
146 33
The Seriously Ill or Dying Child: Supporting the Patient and the Family, 1968
146 34
The Social, Psychological, and Economic Problems of the Patient's Family After Successful Repair of Esophageal Atresia, 1974 Nov 1
146 35
Trafficking of Babies, Correspondence, 1989 Jun 1
146 36
Undescended Testicle: Differential Diagnosis and Management and Related Articles by Other Authors, 1952-1956
146 37
What I Tell A Dying Child's Parents, Readers Digest, 1968 Feb
 
Baby Doe, Jane Doe, and Katie Beckett, 1982-2002 [subseries]:
146 38
American Academy of Pediatrics, Baby Doe Coalition Meeting and Comments on Doe Regulations, 1982 Jul
146 39
American Academy of Pediatrics, Guidelines, 1984 Apr-Jun
146 40
Baby Doe Regulations and Jane Doe Notes
146 41
Baby Jane Doe Medical Record, 1983 Oct [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
146 42
Carlton Sherwood, Oklahoma, 1984 Jul 3
146 43-44
Civil Rights Commission Reports, Medical Discrimination Against Children with Disabilities, 1988 Nov
146 45
Civil Rights Commission Report, Reaction, 1988 Nov
146 46-51
Clippings, 1983 Nov-Dec
147 1-7
Clippings and Newsletters, 1983-1984
147 8-13
Correspondence, 1982-1984
147 14-16
Department of Health and Human Services, 1982-1984
147 17
Ethics Meetings and Conferences, 1983-1984
147 18
Federal Regulation on Care of Handicapped Infants, [Pro and Con], University of California, Davis, School of Medicine, 1983 Apr 8
147 19
Handicapped Children Pamphlet for Parents, 1984 Feb
 
Katie Beckett, 1984-2002
147 20
Katie Beckett Board, 1984-1986
147 21
Katie Beckett, Department of Health and Human Services, Intradepartmental Board and Katie Beckett Deeming Rule, 1984 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
147 22
Katie Beckett Task Force, 1984 Feb-Oct [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
147 23
Katie Beckett, Whatever Happened to Katie Beckett?, by Katie Beckett, 2002 Sep
 
Legislation, Handicapped Children, 1982-1985 [subseries]:
147 24-26
General, 1982-1985
148 1
American Academy of Pediatrics v. Margaret M. Heckler, 1983 Mar 17
148 2
American Hospital Association v. Margaret M. Heckler, 1983 Apr 14
148 3
Baby Jane Doe, New York v. Stony Brook Hospital, 1983 Oct 19
148 4
Baby Jane Doe, United States v. Stony Brook Hospital, 1983 Nov 23
148 5
Baby Jane Doe, Weber v. Stony Brook Hospital, 1983 Oct-Dec
148 6
Non-Discrimination on the Basis of Handicap, Interim Final Rule, Department of Health and Human Services, [1983]
148 7
National and Regional Clearinghouse for Information on Disabled Infants with Life-Threatening Conditions, 1985 May 23
148 8
Office of Inspector General's Reports, 1987 Apr-Sep
148 9-10
Oklahoma Spina Bifida Cases, 1983-1985
148 11
President's Commission on Medical Ethics Issues Report: Life and Death Decisions in Medicine, 1983 Mar 21
148 12
Press Conference, Baby Doe Regulations, 1984 Jan 9
148 13
Press Conference, Presentation by C. E. Koop, Notes, 1983 Nov 28
148 14
Press Statement and Copy for Questions and Answer Session, 1983 Jun 30
148 15
Publications, Non-C. Everett Koop, 1984
148 16
Publications, Non-C. Everett Koop, Chapters on Baby Doe and Jane Doe, 1989 Aug 27
148 17
Speech, Baby Doe, Ethics and the Law, Manchester, England, 1984 Oct 12
148 18
Statement Before U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Family and Human Services, Doe, 1983 Apr 6
148 19
Statement of Dorcas Hardy, Subcommittee on Select Education, 1983 Mar 9
148 20
Steinhouse, Lance Tyler, 1986 Oct-Nov
148 21
The Civil Rights of Handicapped Infants, Martin H. Gerry, 1985 Jan 7
148 22
TV Appearance, Face The Nation, Notes, 1983 Nov 19
148 23
Who are the Disabled Among Us, C. Everett Koop, 1984 Nov 9
 
Adult Health, 1958-1996 [subseries]:
148 24
Brochures, C. Everett Koop Foundation, 1995-1996
148 25
C. Everett Koop Institute Conference, Privacy and Confidentiality of Electronic Medical Information, 1995 Dec 11
148 26
C. Everett Koop Institute, NIST Advanced Technology Program and Health Care Information Infrastructure, Healthcare Informatics, 1995 Sep
148 27
C. Everett Koop Institute, Progress, Newsletters, 1994-1996
148 28
Health Care Reform, 1992 Jan-Feb
148 29
Incontinence, 1984 Jul 23
148 30
Research America, 1995-1996
148 31
Ulcerative Colitis, 1958-1959
 
AIDS, 1984-2005 [subseries]:
148 32
Introduction to AIDS Archive, [c. 2004-2005]
148 33-34
Introductions to AIDS Speeches, 1986-1989
148 35
AIDS Meetings and Conferences, 1987
148 36
Bibliography of Books on AIDS, Non-C.E. Koop
148 37
Correspondence, 1984-1987
148 38-42
Clippings and Newsletters, 1988 Aug
148 43
Profile: A Larger-Than-Life Surgeon General, Time Magazine, 1989 Apr 24
 
Tobacco, 1984-1998 [subseries]:
149 1
Advisory Committee on Tobacco Policy and Public Health, Correspondence, 1998 Feb 17
149 2
Advisory Committee on Tobacco Policy and Public Health, Final Report, 1997 Jul
149 3
Allocation of Research for Tobacco Legislation, Correspondence, 1998 May
149 4
Americans for Non-Smoker's Rights, Correspondence, 1989 Jun
149 5
Anti-Tobacco Organizations, Brochures and Newsletters, 1997-1998
149 6
A Public Health Analysis of the Proposed Resolution of Tobacco Litigation, University of California, San Francisco, 1998 Feb
149 7
Center for Tobacco Research and Intervention, Reports, Symposiums, Brochures, 1997
149 8
Clippings, 1998 Jan-Jun
149 9
Comprehensive Youth Anti-Smoking and Public Health Improvement Act of 1998, 1998 Mar
149 10
Correspondence, Tobacco, 1984 Oct 12
149 11
Effect National Action to Control Tobacco (ENACT), Policy Statement, 1998 Feb 19
149 12
Health Implications of Smokeless Tobacco, National Institutes of Health Conference, 1986 Jan 13-15
149 13-17
Interagency Committee On Smoking and Health, National Advisory Committee, 1985-1988
149 18
IRRC Report on the Tobacco Industry, 7th Edition, 1998
149 19
JOEM Article, Health and Economic Implications of a Work-Site Smoking-Cessation Program: A Simulation Analysis, 1996 Oct
 
McCain Tobacco Bill, 1998 [subseries]:
149 20
C. Everett Koop's Comments, Press Conference, 1998 Jun 4
149 21
C. Everett Koop Satellite Tour, Talking Points, 1998 Jun 3
149 22
Correspondence, 1998 Jan-Jun
149 23
Clippings, 1998 Jun
149 24
Notes, 1998 Mar-Jun
149 25
JAMA Article, The Emerging Market for Long-Term Nicotine Maintenance, 1991, 1997
149 26
Remarks by C. Everett Koop, American Medical Association Press Conference, Senate Swamp, 1998 Jun 9
149 27
Tobacco Legislation, Death Throes, 1998 Jun 17
149 28
Tobacco Legislation, Post Mortem Day 1, 1998 Jun 17
149 29
Tobacco Legislation, Post Mortem Day 2, 1998 Jun 18
149 30
TV Script, Draft for C. Everett Koop's Comments, Tobacco and Children, 1998 May
149 31
National Dental Tobacco Free Steering Committee Agenda, 1998 Apr 6-7
149 32
National Institutes of Health Research on Tobacco Use, 1998 May 19
149 33
Quotes from Minnesota's Tobacco Trial, 1998 Feb 17
149 34-35
Report to Congress on Smokeless Tobacco, Department of Health and Human Services, 1985-1987
149 36
Smoking Cessation, Clinical Practice Guideline, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 1996 Apr
149 37
The Proposed Tobacco Settlement: Issues from a Federal Perspective, Congressional Budget Office, 1998 Apr
149 38
Tobacco Control, Journal, 1997 Dec
149 39
Tobacco History in the English Colonies
 
Alcohol, 1985-1989 [subseries]:
149 40
Alcohol Beverage Advertising and Consumption in the United States, 1964-1984, 1986 Jan
149 41
Alcohol Beverage Advertising and Marketing Practice, 1985 Mar
149 42
Clippings, 1989 Jul
149 43
Drunk Driving Correspondence and Meeting Agendas, 1988 Nov-Dec
149 44
[Drunk Driving, Grass Roots Campaigns], 1988 Nov-Dec
149 45
Impact of Alcohol Advertising on Alcohol Consumption and Problems, 1988 Dec 12
149 46
Surgeon General's Workshop on Drunk Driving, Correspondence, 1988 Nov-Dec
149 47
Surgeon General's Workshop on Drunk Driving, Script, 1988 Dec
149 48
Youth Driving Without Impairment, Report of the Youth Impaired Driving Public Hearings, 1988
 
Reproduction, 1978-1990 [subseries]:
 
Abortion, 1978-1986 [subseries]:
149 49
Abortion in America, 1980
149 50
Abortion Surveillance, Center for Disease Control, 1985-1986
149 51
Speech, Remarks to Pro-Life Group, The White House, Washington, DC, 1984 Jan 23
149 52
Techniques of Abortion, 1978 Oct
 
Sex Education, 1990 [subseries]:
149 53
Brochures, Condoms, 1990
 
Series IV: Correspondence, 1980-1996 [series]:

The correspondence in this series primarily dates from Koop's tenure as Surgeon General, although there are a few folders covering subsequent years. The series is divided into the following sub-series: Chronological, Fan Mail, and Hate Mail. Koop and his staff analyzed every health related letter that came to the Surgeon General's office as well as those addressed to President Reagan. Koop's communications with these constituents reflects a personal concern and compassion that gave him a reputation for being America's family doctor. He was not without critics, as is represented in the Hate Mail sub-series. Koop or his office staff would pencil the word "Nut" over much of his hate mail, reflecting his no nonsense and sometimes humorous approach to letters of that sort. The correspondence in each sub-series is arranged chronologically by month.

 
Chronological [subseries]:
144 1
1980 Jun
68 1-21
1981
69 1-23
1982 Jan-May
70 1-14
1982 Jun-Nov
71 1-16
1983 Jan-Aug
72 1-17
1983 Sep-1984 Jan
73 1-20
1984 Feb-May
74 1-19
1984 May-Sep
75 1-20
1984 Sep-1985 Feb
76 1-17
1985 Feb-May
77 1-16
1985 Jun-Aug
78 1-15
1985 Sep-Nov
79 1-21
1985 Nov-1986 Feb
80 1-15
1986 Feb-Apr
81 1-14
1986 Apr-Jul
82 1-13
1986 Jul-Sep
83 1-12
1986 Oct-1987 Jan
144 2
Proposal for the OSG Automated Correspondence Tracking System, Patricia Zach, [1987?]
84 1-11
1987 Jan-Apr
85 1-17
1987 May-Sep
86 1-18
1987 Oct-1988 Mar
87 1-17
1988 Mar-Jun
88 1-16
1988 Jul-Oct
89 1-18
1988 Oct-1989 Mar
90 1-15
1989 Mar-Jun
91 1-17
1989 Jul-Nov
144 3
1991 Sep
144 4
1991 Oct
144 5
1991 Nov
144 6
1992 Feb
144 7
1992 Apr
144 8
1995 Jul
144 9
1995 Dec
144 10
1996 Feb
144 11
1996 Mar
144 12
1996 Jun
 
Fan Mail, 1980-1989 [subseries]:
91 18-38
1980 Dec-1984 Dec
92 1-31
1985 Jan-1987 Jul
93 1-18
1987 Aug-1988 Jul
94 1-17
1988 Jul-1989 Jun
94 18-19
Aids, 1987
94 20
Commissioned Officers Revitalization Project, 1987
94 21
Support Letters, 1987-89
94 22
Support Letters, 1989
 
Retiree Support, 1987-1989 [subseries]:
94a 1
Commissioned Officer Revitalization Project, 1987
94a 2
Support Letters, 1987-1989
94a 3
Support Letters, 1989
95 1-2
Commissioned Officer Support, 1987
95 3
Retiree Support, 1987
144 13
1989 Jul
144 14
Retirement from Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, 1980 Aug
144 15
PBS TV Series, Managing Our Miracles, 1986
144 16-17
Resignation as Surgeon General, 1989 May
 
Hate Mail, 1982-1986 [subseries]:
95 4-43
1982 Jun-1986 Nov
 
Series V: Invitations, 1980-1995 [series]:

This series contains invitations requesting Koop to speak at various events, many of which he declined. The bulk of material covers the years 1985 to 1989. The following sub-series comprise this series: Speaking Invitation Logs, Invitations Accepted, and Invitations Declined; each is arranged chronologically by month.

 
Speaking Invitations Log, 1985-1989 [subseries]:
96 1
1985 Jan-Dec
96 2
1985 Dec-1986 Dec
96 3
1986 Dec-1987 Dec
96 4
1988 May-1989 Nov
 
Invitations Accepted, 1980-1995 [subseries]:
144 18
1980 Jun
96 5
1984 Oct-1985 Jun
96 6
1985 Jul-Dec
97 1
1986 Jan-Jun
97 2
1986 Jul-Dec
97 3
1987 Mar-Sep
97 4
1988 Mar-Dec
97 5
1989 Jan-May
144 19
1989 Oct
144 20
1995 Nov
144 21
Invitations Tracking System
 
Invitations Declined, 1984-1989 [subseries]:
98A
1984 Jan-Dec
98B
1985 Jan-Dec
99
1986 Jan-1987 Jun
100
1987 Jun-Nov
101
1987 Nov-1988 Jul
102
1988 Aug-1989 Apr
102a
1989 May-Jul
144 22
1989 Oct
 
Series VI: Speeches, Lectures, Papers, 1958-2004 [series]:

This extensive series contains over 1,200 speeches, arranged chronologically but artificially grouped into the general categories of his professional career. They include lectures, keynote addresses, and official televised statements. The bulk of the speeches occurred after his tenure as Surgeon General. Throughout his career Koop addressed press conferences, college and university commencements, banquets, conferences, senate hearings, and various interest groups.

Moreover, in 2003-2004 Koop added introductions and contextual prefaces to many of these speeches. Koop would give variations of a basic topical speech, augmented by particular situational contexts depending on the audience at hand. These new prefaces contain Koop's thoughts about the event at the time, his purpose for attending, the after-speech public opinion, and his afterthoughts about the importance or impact of the speech or event. Many are available electronically via Profiles in Science.

103 1
Paper- "Neuroblastoma: Treatment and End Results"- 11th Annual Cancer Symposium- The James Ewing Society [Abstract Only], New York, NY, 1958 Apr 10-11
103 2
Speech- 1963 Layman's Leadership Institute, Dallas, TX, 1963 Jan 30
103 3
Statement- Philosophical Statement- Presented to the Board of Trustees, Children's Hospital, Philadelphia, PA, Philadelphia, PA, 1971-1972
103 4
Lecture- "The Neuroblastoma"- The Alex Simpson- Smith Memorial Lecture- Institute of Child Health [Includes Correspondence, Ruffs, Photographs], London, 1971 Oct 07
103 5
Speech- "To Be Or Not To Be: Who Makes The Rules?"- Christian Medical Society, New Orleans, LA, 1972 Apr 13
103 6
Speech- Dedication of Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, On the Occasion of the Move to South Philadelphia, PA, Philadelphia, PA, 1974 May 06
103 7
Paper- "Pediatric Surgery and the Pediatric Surgeon in a Children's Hospital"- Symposium- "Place and Function of Children's Hospitals In Todays Health Care"- [Includes Correspondence], Amsterdam, 1975 Jun 27
103 8
Speech- "The Right To Live"- Conference on Abortion, Montreat, NC, 1975 Aug 15
103 9
Speech- Vermont Right To Life Conference, Rutland, VT, 1976 Sep 25
103 10
Lecture- LADD Lecture, [No Location Given], 1976 Oct
103 11
Response- Receiving The William E. Ladd Gold Medal- American Academy of Pediatrics [Re: Abortion], Chicago, IL, 1976 Oct 18
103 12
Speech- Mennonite Health Assembly, Philadelphia, PA, 1977 Mar 05
103 13
Speech- 1st Annual Prayer Breakfast of the Medical Society of NJ, Atlantic City, NJ, 1977 May 15
103 14
Speech- "To Live Or Not To Live: Where Will the Decision Take Us?"- Duke University- McBride Symposium Ethical Problems and Infants at Risk, Durham, NC, 1977 Sep 14
103 15
Speech- Medical Ethics- Haverford College, Haverford, PA, 1977 Nov 09
103 16
Speech- "Ectopia Cordis: Successful management and An Operation for the Next Time", Paris, France, 1977 Dec 08
103 17
Speech- "Cancer in Childhood: A Catastrophe in the Family and in the Community, Marseille, France, 1977 Dec 09
103 18
Speech- "Reflections on Living Will Legislation", [No Location Given], 1978 Jan
103 19
Lecture- The Faith and Career Center- Biomedical Ethics- Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, 1978 Mar 07
103 20
Speech- "Chance For Survival"- 3rd National Pediatric Nursing Conference- Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, 1978 Apr 12
103 21
Speech- "Care of the Acutely Ill and Dying Child"- Philadelphia School of Osteopathic Medicine, Philadelphia, PA, 1978 Apr 12
103 22
Speech- "Progress and Dilemmas in the Newest Surgical Specialty for the Youngest Patient"- PA Public Health Association Region I- College of Physicians, Philadelphia, PA, 1978 May 09
103 23
Commencement- "The Paradox of Medical Mediocrity"- Presbyterian Hospital, Philadelphia, PA, 1979 Jan
103 24
Speech- "To Be Or Not To Be: Who Makes The Rules?"- Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY, 1979 Mar 20
103 25
Speech- "History of Pediatric Surgery"- Pediatric Anesthesia and Intensive Care Conference- Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, 1979 Apr 04
103 26
Lecture- "The Care of Human Beings Before and Immediately After Birth"- Bioethics and Human Services Conference- Pennsylvania State University, Harrisburg, PA, 1979 Apr 24
103 27
Commencement- The Shipley School [First Male Graduate], Bryn Mawr, PA, 1979 Jun 07
103 28
Speech- The Handicapped Child and His Family- National Federation of Catholic Physicians' Guilds, Chicago, IL, 1980 Sep 20
103 29
Speech- "The Family with a Handicapped Newborn"- American Family Institute, Washington, DC, 1980 Nov 20
103 30
Speech- Ethical and Surgical Considerations in the Care of the Newborn with Congenital Anomalies- International Conference on Infanticide and the Handicapped Newborn, Chicago, IL, 1980 Dec 06
103 31
Keynote- 9th Annual Appalachian Child Development and Health Symposium, Marietta, OH, 1981 May 20
103 32
Luncheon Speech- U.S. Public Health Service Professional Association- 16th Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, 1981 May 26
103 33
Address- Univ. of California Irvine Medical School Graduation, Irvine, CA, 1981 Jun 12
103 34
Luncheon Speech- PA / NJ Regional Red Cross Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, 1981 Jun 17
103 35
Speech- Foster Care, Adoption, Family Values (Introduction Only), [No Location Given], 1981 Jul 31
103 36
Statement- Opening Statement of Surgeon General C. Everett Koop At His Confirmation Hearing, Washington, DC, 1981 Oct
103 37
Statement- Before the Senate Labor and Human Resource Committee, Washington, DC, 1981 Oct 01
103 38
Address- International Conference on Respirators, Rehabilitation, and Post-Polio Aging Problems, Chicago, IL, 1981 Oct 16
103 39
Keynote- Osteopathic Clinical Assembly- 54th Annual, Boston, MA, 1981 Oct 18
103 40
Remarks- Combined Federal Campaign Kick-Off- National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD, 1981 Oct 20
103 41
Banquet- Association of Military Surgeons- 88th Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX, 1981 Nov 04
103 42
Lecture- Our Lady's Hospital for Sick Children- 25th Annual Foundation Day Lecture, Dublin, Ireland, 1981 Nov 28
103 43
Speech- 8th Annual Commemoration of the Birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King (Introduction Only), Rockville, MD, 1982 Jan 29
103 44
Greetings- Blacks in Government (BIG)- Black History Month, Rockville, MD, 1982 Feb 09
103 45
Remarks- Release of 1982 Report on Health Consequences of Smoking, Washington, DC, 1982 Feb 22
103 46
Keynote- National Health Service Corps Clinical Conference- Region III, Philadelphia, PA, 1982 Mar 03
103 47
Address- National Association of Children's Hospitals, Alexandria, VA, 1982 Mar 08
103 48
Keynote- 5th Annual Awards Luncheon- Chicago Medical Society, Chicago, IL, 1982 Mar 14
103 49
Luncheon- Utah Hospital Association Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, 1982 Mar 22
103 50
Speech- Dinner Meeting- The National Association of Evangelicals (Introduction Only), Washington, DC, 1982 Apr 26
103 51
Keynote- "New Federalism in Health"- Region IV Annual Meeting, Biloxi, MS, 1982 Apr 28
103 52
Panelist- Federal Health Care Executives- 60th Interagency Institute, Clayton, MD, 1982 May 07
103 53
Address- "Public Health Service Prevention and Research on Aging"- NIA Interagency Committee on Aging Research, Bethesda, MD, 1982 May 18
103 54
Address- PA Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology, Hershey, PA, 1982 May 27
103 55
Address- "Challenges to the New Physician"- LSU Medical School Graduation, Shreveport, LA, 1982 May 29
103 56
Keynote- "New Federalism and the Public Health"- NE Public Health Association- 18th Annual Meeting, Cape Cod, MA, 1982 Jun 03
103 57
Address- "Public Health, Year 2000"- Colby-Sawyer College Commencement, New London, NH, 1982 Jun 05
103 58
Address- Stony Brook School Graduation, Stony Brook, NY, 1982 Jun 11
103 59
Address- "The New Federalism in Health"- Maine Bar Association, Kennebunkport, ME, 1982 Jun 21
103 60
Keynote- Opening Day Ceremonies of Station KYW-TV's 7th Annual "Health Fair", Philadelphia, PA, 1982 Jun 21
103 61
Speech- "Cancer in Childhood: A Catastrophe in the Family and in the Community", Tulsa, OK, 1982 Jun 28
103 62
Speech- "Three Alternatives to Abortion", [No Location Given], 1982 Jul 31
103 63
Keynote- 1st International Conference on Pediatric Social Work, Chicago, IL, 1982 Aug 12
103 64
Address- "The Spirit of Cooperation in Federal Medicine"- Teleradiology Conference- Uniformed Services Univ. of Health Sciences School of Medicine, Bethesda, MD, 1982 Aug 19
103 65
Address- "A Moment of Opportunity"- Society for Handicapped Physicians Meeting, Washington, DC, 1982 Aug 20
103 66
Address- "Perspectives on Future Health Care"- Health Psychology Division- American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Washington, DC, 1982 Aug 24
103 67
Luncheon- "Nutrition and Health Promotion"- Wheat Industry Council, Washington, DC, 1982 Sep 8
103 68
Speech- Talking Points for the National Federation of Catholic Physician's Guilds, San Diego, CA, 1982 Sep 11
103 69
Remarks- Opening Remarks- International Congress on Pediatric Neurosurgery- Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (Introduction Only), Philadelphia, PA, 1982 Sep 13
103 70
Keynote- Alpha Pregnancy Services (Introduction Only), Philadelphia, PA, 1983 Sep 13
103 71
Keynote- International Summit on Prevention of Mental Retardation, Atlanta, GA, 1982 Sep 15
103 72
Statement- Before the Subcommittee on Select Education of the Committee on Education and Labor, Washington, DC, 1982 Sep 16
103 73
Keynote- "Good Health is Good Business"- March of Dimes- Heinz Foundation, Pittsburgh, PA, 1982 Sep 22
103 74
Speech- "Concerns Facing the Public Health Service"- 61st Interagency Institute for Federal Health Care Executives, Clayton, MD, 1982 Sep 24
103 75
Address- National Federation of Parents for Drug-Free Youth, Washington, DC, 1982 Oct 11
103 76
Luncheon- Dartmouth Club of DC, Washington, DC, 1982 Oct 12
103 77
Luncheon- "A Philosophy of Aging for Public Health"- U.S. Public Health Service Association Annual Meeting- Luther Terry Lecture, Orlando, FL, 1982 Oct 20
103 78
Speech- "Violence and Public Health"- American Academy of Pediatrics, New York, NY, 1982 Oct 26
103 79
Announcement- To Physicians Through the American Academy of Pediatrics- Tylenol Package Tampering (Introduction Only), [No Location Given], 1982 Oct 26
103 80
Keynote- Georgetown University Hospice Symposium, Washington, DC, 1982 Nov 06
103 81
Lecture- "Family Violence: A chronic Public Health Issue"- Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic, Pittsburgh, PA, 1982 Nov 09
103 82
Lecture- "Violence and Public Health"- Filmed Lecture- National Institute of Law Enforcement, Washington, DC, 1982 Nov 24
103 83
Address- "The Role of Government in Preventative Medicine"- Student Section - American Medical Association Annual Meeting, Miami, FL, 1982 Dec 04
103 84
Remarks- Surgeon General's Conference on Children with Handicaps and Their Families, Philadelphia, PA, 1982 Dec 13
103 85
Speech- Meeting the Health Care Needs of Children with Disabilities, [No Location Given], 1983 Jan
103 86
Statement- Press Conference- Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, DC, 1983 Jan 09
103 87
Keynote- "Principles for Good Practice"- American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, Washington, DC, 1983 Jan 24
103 88
Keynote- "Perspectives on the Future of Health Care"- 54th Annual British Virgin Island's Medical Conference, Tortola, British Virgin Islands, 1983 Feb 05
103 89
Lecture- "The Injured Child"- University of TX Health Science Center- R.E. Gross Lectureship, Houston, TX, 1983 Feb 19
103 90
Remarks- Ross Volunteers- 5th Annual Robert E. Gross Symposium Dinner, Houston, TX, 1983 Feb 19
103 91
Speech- Talking Points- National Council for International health Governing Board, [No Location Given], 1983 Feb 24
103 92
Keynote- 1st International Symposium on Public Health- "The Threshold Era In Public Health"- Asia and Pacific Basin, Honolulu, HI, 1983 Mar 07
103 93
Banquet- Palm Springs Academy of Medicine, Palm Springs, CA, 1983 Mar 10
103 94
After Dinner Remarks - Re; Industrial War College, Fort Belvoir, VA, 1983 Mar 15
103 95
Keynote - Spring Ethics Event IV- West Chester State College, West Chester, PA, 1983 Mar 15
103 96
Address- "Public Health Service Update"- 62nd Interagency Institute- Federal Health Care Executives, St. Louis, MO, 1983 Mar 18
103 97
Lecture- "The Avoidance of Mediocrity"- Receipt of the Clarence E. Shaffrey, S.J., Award- St. Joseph's University, Philadelphia, PA, 1983 Mar 27
103 98
Lecture- "Facing the Future in Medicine"- Duckett Lecture- Baylor University Medical Center, Dallas, TX, 1983 Mar 30
103 99
Statement- U.S. Senate- Subcommittee on Family and Human Services- Re: Doe, Washington, DC, 1983 Apr 06
103 100
Remarks- Press Conference for the American Academy of Pediatrics' Injury Prevention Kickoff, Philadelphia, PA, 1983 Apr 15
103 101
Luncheon- "Partnership for Preparedness"- National Military Assist to Safety and Traffic Conference, Spokane, WA, 1983 Apr 21
103 102
Lecture- "Current Problems Requiring Solution"- University of Oregon- Health Science Center- Bilderback Lecture, Portland, OR, 1983 Apr 22
103 103
Keynote- "Understanding Family Violence"- Uniformed Services- Academy of Family Physicians, Arlington, VA, 1983 Apr 26
103 104
Luncheon- "Progress Report to the C.O.A."- Commissioned officers Association- U.S. Public Health Service Annual Meeting, Arlington, VA, 1983 May 30
103 105
Luncheon- "Our Commitment to the Disabled Child"- 18th Annual Conference- State and Local Services for Handicapped Children, Washington, DC, 1983 Jun 02
103 106
Keynote- "A Time and a Place for Wisdom"- Surgeon General's Workshop on Organ Procurement for Transplantation, Winchester, VA, 1983 Jun 07
103 107
Speech- Inaugural Session Speech- Annual Meeting- U.S. Mexico Border Health Association, Albuquerque, NM, 1983 Jun 13
103 108
Keynote- "Health Education and a Valve System"- National Catholic Education Association- March of Dimes- Adolescent Health, South Bend, IN, 1983 Jun 19
103 109
Report- Surgeon General's Workshop On Organ Procurement- Liver Transplantation- NIH Consensus Development Conference (Introduction Only), Bethesda, MD, 1983 Jun 21
103 110
Speech- Neuroblastoma- The British Association of Paediatric Surgeons, Edinburgh, England, 1983 Jul 18
103 111
Address- "The National Disaster Medical System"- National Symposium on The Professional's Role in Medical Readiness, Monterey, CA, 1983 Jul 31
103 112
Statement- Before the Committee on Labor and Human Resources- United States Senate, Washington, DC, 1983 Aug 09
103 113
Keynote- Region II Conference on Aging- Services to the Aging, Newark, NJ, 1983 Sep 14
103 114
Address- "Turbulence in the American Health Care System"- 5th Biennial Conference, NE Canadian and American Health Council, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, 1983 Sep 15
103 115
Banquet- Lawyers Conference on Infant Doe Regulations, St. Louis, MO, 1983 Sep 23
103 116
Address- "Public Health Service Update"- 63rd Interagency Institute for Federal Health Executives, St. Louis, MO, 1983 Sep 23
103 117
Statement- Opening Statement at the Seminar on Motivational Home Care of the Physically Disabled- Support Services for Families of Disabled Persons (Introduction Only), Philadelphia, PA, 1983 Sep 26
103 118
Keynote- "Three Pieces of Good Advice"- E.A. VanSteenwyk Business- Labor Wellness Seminar, Philadelphia, PA, 1983 Sep 27
103 119
Keynote- "Health As A Social Imperative"- AZ Public Health Association- Annual Meeting, Tucson, AZ, 1983 Sep 28
104 1
Speech- LaSalle College, Philadelphia, PA, 1983 Oct
104 2
Keynote- National Coalition on TV Violence, Washington, DC, 1983 Oct 06
104 3
Keynote- "Issues in the Cost of Care"- American Lung Association of WI- 75th Anniversary, Milwaukee, WI, 1983 Oct 07
104 4
Luncheon- American Academy of Family Physicians- 1983 Scientific Assembly, Miami, FL, 1983 Oct 11
104 5
Luncheon- "Are Health Costs Too High or Too Low?"- Meeting of the Comstock Club, Sacramento, CA, 1983 Oct 26
104 6
Luncheon- "Our Commitment to the Disabled Child"- 10th Anniversary Conference on Severely Handicapped Children, San Francisco, CA, 1983 Nov 03
104 7
Remarks- 1983 Surgeon General's Report on The Health Consequences of Smoking: Cardiovascular Disease, Washington, DC, 1983 Nov 17
104 8
Keynote- 1st Regional Seminar on Home-Care for Ventilator Dependent Children and Adults, St. Louis, MO, 1983 Dec 13
104 9
Welcome- Workshop on Multiple Organ Procurement, Arlington, VA, 1984 Jan 21
104 10
Remarks- Pro- Life Group- The White House, Washington, DC, 1984 Jan 23
104 11
Speech- "Appraisal of Life Issues- The Rose Dinner, Washington, DC, 1984 Jan 23
104 12
Keynote- 1st Meeting- American Council on Transplantation, Washington, DC, 1984 Jan 23
104 13
Address- Symposium on Media Violence and Pornography, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1984 Feb 05
104 14
Testimony- AG's Task Force on Family Violence, Sacramento, CA, 1984 Feb 15
104 15
Announcement- Public Health Service Federal Engineer of the Year Award, 1984, [No Location Given], 1984 Feb 22
104 16
Keynote- Drug Enforcement Association- Workshop on Geriatric Drug Use, Washington, DC, 1984 Feb 27
104 17
Remarks- News Conference- Ecu Med, Washington, DC, 1984 Feb 28
104 18
Speech - Public Health Service Update - Uniformed Services Univ. of Health Sciences- First Year Class, Bethesda, MD, 1984 Feb 29
104 19
Address- Catharine Genovese Memorial Conference, New York, NY, 1984 Mar 10
104 20
Lecture- J.W. Colbert Distinguished Lecture, Charleston, SC, 1984 Mar 15
104 21
Address- 44th Annual Meeting- U.S. Mexico Border Health Association, Sonora, Mexico, 1984 Apr 09
104 22
Address- Presidential Fund Raiser, Indian Wells, CA, 1984 Apr 10
104 23
Address- Medical Meeting- Administration Update, Palm Springs, CA, 1984 Apr 10
104 24
Address- 1st International Congress- Ortho Surgery and Trauma, Palm Springs, CA, 1984 Apr 17
104 25
Lecture- "Private Thoughts on Public Issues"- Holroyd Lecture- LaSalle College, Philadelphia, PA, 1984 Apr 27
104 26
Address- Kickoff- Fitness Fair- Senior Citizen's Month, Philadelphia, PA, 1984 May 01
104 27
Remarks- Alternatives To Abortion- Protestant Church Leaders- White House, Washington, DC, 1984 May 03
104 28
Address- 37th World Health Assembly- World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland, 1984 May 08
104 29
Lecture- Meeting of the American Lung Association- Julia Jones Lecture, Miami, FL, 1984 May 20
104 30
Remarks- Press Conference Releasing 1984 Surgeon General's Report- "The Health Consequences of Smoking: Chronic Obstructive Lung", Washington, DC, 1984 May 23
104 31
Speech- "Medical Reflections on Abortion"- 196th General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church, USA, Phoenix, AZ, 1984 Jun 01
104 32
Address- Update C.O.A. Luncheon, Camelback, AZ, 1984 Jun 04
104 33
Address- Class Day- Medical School Class of 1984, Hanover, NH, 1984 Jun 09
104 34
Address- Surgeon General's Workshop on Breastfeeding, Rochester, NY, 1984 Jun 11
104 35
Remarks- Betsy Ross Freedom Award- Flag Day, Philadelphia, PA, 1984 Jun 14
104 36
Address- Conference "Youth with Disabilities: The Transition Years", Minneapolis, MN, 1984 Jun 21
104 37
Address- Update C.O.A. Luncheon, Atlanta, GA, 1984 Jun 26
104 38
Address- "Baby Doe and the 'No Answer Syndrome'"- Milwaukee Children's Hospital- Medical College of WI, Milwaukee, WI, 1984 Aug 09
104 39
Address- Federal Medical Services Committee- American Hospital Association Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, 1984 Aug 14
104 40
Address- 10th Anniversary of Developmental Disabilities- DD Center- IL Medical Center, Chicago, IL, 1984 Sep 19
104 41
Address- "The Baby Doe Controversy"- Committee on Hospital Care- American Academy of Pediatrics, Chicago, IL, 1984 Sep 19
104 42
Address- 8th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Tissue Banks, Arlington, VA, 1984 Sep 22
104 43
Lecture- Fellows of Jewish Hospital- Washington University Medical Center, St. Louis, MO, 1984 Sep 23
104 44
Speech- "In Support of Albert Lee Smith", Birmingham, AL, 1984 Sep 27
104 45
Notes- "W.H.T.T.H.R.- End of Episode #3"- McLean Presbyterian Church, McLean, VA, 1984 Sep 30
104 46
Statement- "Smoke Free Society 2000"- Institute of Smoking Behavior and Policy- Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 1984 Oct
104 47
Lecture- John C. Williams Memorial Lecture- Germantown Hospital and Medical Center, Philadelphia, PA, 1984 Oct 05
104 48
Address- Wives of Commissioned Officer's Luncheon- Officer's Club- Bethesda Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, MD, 1984 Oct 11
104 49
Speech- "Baby Doe- Ethics and the Law", Manchester, England, 1984 Oct 12
104 50
Address- Dedication of the Stewart Respitory Care Unit- The Hospital for Sick Children, Washington, DC, 1984 Oct 18
104 51
Speech- "Medical Ethics: A Wiew to the 21st Century"- Holy Family College Conference Association of Catholic Teaches- Secondary School System- Archdiocese of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, 1984 Oct 26
104 52
Address- National Down's Syndrome Congress, San Antonio, TX, 1984 Oct 27
104 53
Speech- Sanctity of Life- White House- National Civil Liberties Legal Foundation [Correspondence Only], Washington, DC, 1984 Oct 30
104 54
Address- Symposium on Compliance- National Pharmaceutical Council, Washington, DC, 1984 Nov 01
104 55
Keynote- American Society of Allied Health Professionals- 17th Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, 1984 Nov 02
104 56
Address- American Association of Respiratory Therapy- 30th Annual Convention, Phoenix, AZ, 1984 Nov 03
104 57
Speech- "A Smoke-Free Society"- American Cancer Society- Waldorf Astoria, New York, NY, 1984 Nov 09
104 58
Speech- "Three Inhumanities"- Speech on Abortion, Infanticide, and Euthanasia, [No Location Given], 1984 Nov 11
104 59
Address- Handicapped Program Managers 3rd Annual Symposium on Perspectives on Employment of Handicapped, Washington, DC, 1984 Nov 16
104 60
Address- "The Sanctity of Life"- Badic Statement for White House Speeches, Washington, DC, 1985 Jan
104 61
Address- Hawaii Conference on Health Promotion in the Workplace, Honolulu, HI, 1985 Jan 10
104 62
Address- Hawaiian Islands Chapter of the American Cancer Society- "A Smoke Free Society by the Year 2000", Honolulu, HI, 1985 Jan 12
104 63
Address- Seattle Coalition on Smoking- "A Smoke Free Society by the Year 2000", Seattle, WA, 1985 Jan 25
104 64
Remarks- Suggested Remarks for Secretary Margaret M. Heckler- Indian Safety Poster Contest, [No Location Given], 1985 Jan 28
104 65
Statement- "Toward A Hip Fracture Prevention Demonstration Project", [No Location Given], 1985 Feb 06
104 66
Address- "Public Health Service"- Interagency Institute for Federal Health Care Executives, Arlington, VA, 1985 Feb 08
104 67
Address- "A Smoke Free Society by the Year 2000", Hartford, CT, 1985 Feb 22
104 68
Speech- Dropsy College, [No Location Given], 1985 Mar
104 69
Banquet- The Hartford Hospital 25th Anniversary Dinner of the MD Thoracic Society- "A Smoke Free Society by the Year 2000", Baltimore, MD, 1985 Mar 02
104 70
Keynote- Conference on Geriatric Education for Health Professionals, Washington, DC, 1985 Mar 04
104 71
Opener- "Baby Doe"- Panel Discussion- Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, 1985 Mar 07
104 72
Speech- "Baby Doe"- Infanticide/ Euthanasia- The Society of Religion and Law, Ithaca, NY, 1985 Mar 07
104 73
Banquet- Minnesota Coalition For A Smoke Free Society- "A Smoke Free Society by the Year 2000", Minneapolis, MN, 1985 Mar 14
104 74
Address- MN Press Club- Smoking and the Press, Minneapolis, MN, 1985 Mar 14
104 75
Remarks- Health and Human Services Committee, MN House of Representatives, Minneapolis, MN, 1985 Mar 14
104 76
Address- Rotary Club of Minneapolis- Smoking, Minneapolis, MN, 1985 Mar 15
104 77
Keynote- SE Surgical Congress and Nurses Association 53rd Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, 1985 Mar 18
104 78
Speech- Dropsie Symposium- Hebrew Law, [No Location Given], 1985 Mar 22
104 79
Address- 1st Annual PA Medical Student Symposium, Philadelphia, PA, 1985 Mar 23
104 80
Address- 1st Conference on Smoking and Health, Atlanta, GA, 1985 Mar 26
104 81
Address- Palm Beach Roundtable- Smoking, West Palm Beach, FL, 1985 Mar 28
104 82
Keynote- Conference on Handicapped Newborn in American Society, New York, NY, 1985 Mar 29
104 83
Address- Rotary Club of Washington, DC- Smoking, Washington, DC, 1985 Apr 03
104 84
Address- World Health Day Celebration, Washington, DC, 1985 Apr 04
104 85
Address- U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Officers Association- Dr. Luther L. Terry Eulogy, Atlanta, GA, 1985 Apr 10
104 86
Address- Kickoff for Cigna Anti-Smoking Campaign, Hartford, CT, 1985 Apr 16
104 87
Keynote- 1st Symposium on Cocaine, Milwaukee, WI, 1985 Apr 18
104 88
Remarks- Presentation on Pornography- U.S. Capitol, Washington, DC, 1985 Apr 22
104 89
Keynote- Conference on Ventilator- Assisted Children, Baltimore, MD, 1985 Apr 26
104 90
Banquet- 50th Anniversary of NY Chapter of the Association of Military Surgeons of the United States, New York, NY, 1985 Apr 27
104 91
Speech- Uniform Services University of Health Sciences 1985 Commencement, [No Location Given], 1985 May
104 92
Keynote- National Conference for Families of Persons with Alzheimer Disease, Bethesda, MD, 1985 May 02
104 93
Remarks- Annual Meeting of the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation- Session on Home Health Care, Boston, MA, 1985 May 07
104 94
Address- Commencement 1985- Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI, 1985 May 19
104 95
Address- Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, Washington, DC, 1985 May 26
104 96
Address- Denver National Conference on Pornography, Denver, CO, 1985 May 31
104 97
Address- Commencement 1985- NY Medical College, Valhalla, NY, 1985 Jun 03
104 98
Keynote- Regional Conference on Ventilator-Assisted Children, Boston, MA, 1985 Jun 06
104 99
Address- Graduation- Rockville, MD High School at Constitution Hall, Washington, DC, 1985 Jun 10
104 100
Remarks- Attorney General's Commission on Pornography, Washington, DC, 1985 Jun 20
104 101
Address- National Right to Life Committee Banquet, Washington, DC, 1985 Jun 22
104 102
Banquet- Joint Chiefs of Staff of Staff medical Steering Committee- Worldwide Medical Planning Conference, Vandenberg AFB, CA, 1985 Jun 26
104 103
Remarks- Health and Population Initiatives for Child Survival, Bethesda, MD, 1985 Jul 29
104 104
Remarks- Uniformed Services University of Health Services Teleradiology Conference, Bethesda, MD, 1985 Aug 12
104 105
Keynote- National Consultation on Pornography, Cincinnati, OH, 1985 Sep 06
104 106
Speech- "Update Noel"- Dinner, Annaheim, CA, 1985 Sep 08
104 107
Address- Nursing Assembly of American Lung Association of WI, Milwaukee, WI, 1985 Sep 12
104 108
Briefing- White House Briefing- United Pentacostal Church, International, Washington, DC, 1985 Sep 25
104 109
Keynote- NE Canadian American Health Conference, Farmington, CT, 1985 Sep 26
104 110
Speech- "Abortion"- Forum- St. Francis Church, Potomac, MD, 1985 Sep 29
104 111
Address- Interagency committee on Smoking and Health, Washington, DC, 1985 Oct 01
104 112
Statement- Subcommittee on Civil Service Post Offices and General Services- Committee on Governmental Affairs- U.S. Senate, Washington, DC, 1985 Oct 01
104 113
Address- Tri-Service Mid-Atlantic Advocacy Subcommittee, Cape May, NJ, 1985 Oct 04
104 114
Remarks- 1st World Conference on Non-Smokers' Rights, Washington, DC, 1985 Oct 05
104 115
Speech- "Life Update"- Foursquare Gospel Women Leaders- White House, Washington, DC, 1985 Oct 07
104 116
Script- Video Script- Smoking and Health, Washington, DC, 1985 Oct 07
104 117
Address- American Cancer Society's Fresh Start Smoking Cessation Workshop, Washington, DC, 1985 Oct 09
104 118
Address- Ford Hall Forum- Smoking and Health, Boston, MA, 1985 Oct 10
104 119
Address- Geriatric Inpatient Continence Research Program, Baltimore, MD, 1985 Oct 15
104 120
Address- Inter-Agency Seminar, Washington, DC, 1985 Oct 16
104 121
Lecture- Medical Staff of Children's Hospital- National Medical Center, Washington, DC, 1985 Oct 25
104 122
Keynote- Surgeon General's Workshop on Violence and Public Health, Leesburg, VA, 1985 Oct 27
104 123
Speech- "Violence As A Societal Health Problem"- Good Counsel High School, Wheaton, MD, 1985 Nov 05
104 124
Statement- Nutrition Statement- Hatch Committee on Labor and Human Resources- United States Senate, Washington, DC, 1985 Nov 13
104 125
Address- Pan-American Health Organization National Smoking Control Programs, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1985 Nov 18
104 126
Lecture- National Defense University, Washington, DC, 1985 Dec 13
104 127
Address- Eastern MI University Winter Commencement, Ypsilanti, MI, 1985 Dec 15
105 1
Address- 2nd Symposium on Public Health in Asia, Bangkok, Thailand, 1986 Jan 08
105 2
Speech- An Examination of the Erosion in Legal Prohibitions Against Euthanasia: A Tribute to Leo Alexander, MD- Notre Dame University of Law School, South Bend, IN, 1986 Jan 21
105 3
Remarks- Georgetown University Medical Group- Students and Faculty, Washington, DC, 1986 Jan 28
105 4
Speech- "Life Update"- White House, Washington, DC, 1986 Feb
105 5
Address- 8th Annual Medical Conference, Tortola, British Virgin Islands, 1986 Feb 03
105 6
Remarks- "Violence"- Surgeon General's Workshop- R.H.A.s, [Washington, DC], 1986 Feb 05
105 7
Remarks- Public Health Services Engineers Annual Luncheon, Bethesda, MD, 1986 Feb 18
105 8
Address- Round Table on Science and Public Affairs, Durham, NC, 1986 Feb 26
105 9
Talking Points- Dedication of Regional Hospital, High Point, NC, 1986 Feb 28
105 10
Address- Commissioner's National Forum on Developmental Disabilities, Dallas, TX, 1986 Mar 04
105 11
Address- Public Forum- University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL, 1986 Mar 10
105 12
Remarks- Presented to the Students and Faculty- Central Florida University- Orlando, Orlando, FL, 1986 Mar 11
105 13
Remarks- [Untitled: Office On Smoking and Health- Capitol, Washington, DC, 1986 Mar 14
105 14
Address- Seminar- Smoking in the Workplace- Safety Council of MD and American Lung Association of MD, Towson, MD, 1986 Mar 18
105 15
Address- 1986 National Oral Health Conference, Williamsburg, VA, 1986 Mar 19
105 16
Address- Metropolitan Washington Public Health Association- Annual Conference, Washington, DC, 1986 Mar 21
105 17
Speech- "Decisions at the End Of Life"- Emory Scholars, Atlanta, GA, 1986 Mar 25
105 18
Address- 1st Georgia Conference on Smoking and Health, Atlanta, GA, 1986 Mar 26
105 19
Remarks- Banquet Honoring Ira L. Myers- Retiring State Health Officer, Montgomery, AL, 1986 Mar 26
105 20
Address- Catholic Health Association- Communications Forum of the Catholic Health Association of the USA, Washington, DC, 1986 Apr 02
105 21
Lecture- Nutritional Support for the Child- Karen lee Burgess Memorial Lecture- Children's Hospital, Philadelphia, PA, 1986 Apr 07
105 22
Remarks- Seattle Smoke-Free Coalition, Seattle, WA, 1986 Apr 09
105 23
Speech- Symposium- Medical Traval Hazards: Land, Sea, and Air- American College of Physicians, San Francisco, CA, 1986 Apr 10
105 24
Address- American College of Physicians- Smoking, San Francisco, CA, 1986 Apr 10
105 25
Symposium- American College of Physicians- International Travel- Symposium and Medical Travel Hazards: Land, Sea, and Air, San Francisco, CA, 1986 Apr 11
105 26
Address- International Health Economic and Management Institute, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, 1986 Apr 16
105 27
Remarks- "What the Surgeon General Does"- George Washington University Medical School of Medicine- Students and Faculty, Washington, DC, 1986 Apr 23
105 28
Address- US-Mexico Border Health Association, Monterrey, Mexico, 1986 Apr 28
105 29
Address- Iowa Public Health and the Iowa- Environmental Health Association- Smoking, Des Moines, IA, 1986 Apr 30
105 30
Remarks- Older Americans Month Kick-Off, Washington, DC, 1986 May 01
105 31
Remarks- Annual Award dinner of the Chicago Lung Association, Chicago, IL, 1986 May 22
105 32
Address- "Smoking in the Workplace"- Conference on Smoking in the Workplace, Glen Ellyn, IL, 1986 May 23
105 33
Talking Points - "Taking Points on Aging" - US Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, DC, 1986 Jun 03
105 34
Address- Conference on Smoking in the Workplace, Hasbrouck Heights, NJ, 1986 Jun 03
105 35
Speech- "Decisions at the End Of Life", Ann Arbor, MI, 1986 Jun 04
105 36
Remarks- National Celebration- 50th Anniversary of Maternal and Child Health- Title V, Washington, DC, 1986 Jun 08
105 37
Speech- National Children's Accident Prevention Week, Washington, DC, 1986 Jun 10
105 38
Remarks- American Cancer Society Annual Board Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, 1986 Jun 13
105 39
Remarks- Update:" Violence and Public Health", Washington, DC, 1986 Jun 17
105 40
Address- Surgeon General's Workshop on Pornography, Arlington, VA, 1986 Jun 22
105 41
Speech- "Pornography"- Report to the Educational Commission- PCA General Assebly- Tenth Church, [No Location Given], 1986 Jun 26
105 42
Address- Survival Health and Injury Prevention (SHIP) Conference- Health At Sea, Brooklyn, NY, 1986 Aug 19
105 43
Address - [Untitled Re: Health and Medicine through the Ages] - JFK School of Government/Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 1986 Sep 04
105 44
Welcome- World Health Organization- Pan-American Health Organization- Cancer Pain Relief Program, Washington, DC, 1986 Sep 05
105 45
Remarks - [Untitled Re: Benefits of Breastfeeding] - Press Conference on Breastfeeding, Washington, DC, 1986 Sep 08
105 46
Address- Child Sexual Abuse Training Conference, Chicago, IL, 1986 Sep 09
105 47
Address- national Federation of Catholic Physicians' Guilds- Annual Meetings, Chicago, IL, 1986 Sep 11
105 48
Remarks- Prevention of Head and Spinal Cord Injury National Project- Congress and American Association of Neurological Surgeons and Surgeons, New Orleans, LA, 1986 Sep 15
105 49
Remarks- Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association- Smokeless Tobacco, Las Vegas, NV, 1986 Sep 29
105 50
Lecture Preperation- Rutherford House [Includes Correspondence and Ruffs], Edinburgh, England, 1986 Oct
105 51
Lecture- "Life Issues: Resume for Medical Students"- Rutherford House- Birmingham, Cardiff, London, Edinburgh, England, 1986 Oct
105 52
Lecture- "Life Issues Today: An Update from the U.S.A."- Rutherford House- Edinburgh, Birmingham, Cardiff, London, Edinburgh, England, 1986 Oct
105 53
Address- Office of Personnel Management- Conference on Smoking Cessation, Washington, DC, 1986 Oct 01
105 54
Remarks- American Lung Association- "Quality of Life" Awards, New York, NY, 1986 Oct 02
105 55
Address- Workshop on Tobacco-Free Young Americans, Minneapolis, MN, 1986 Oct 16
105 56
Remarks- "Public Health and Private Ethics"- Children's Hospital Ethics Committee, Minneapolis, MN, 1986 Oct 17
105 57
Statement- On AIDS Report, Washington, DC, 1986 Oct 22
105 58
Address- 1986 Employing the Handicapped Program- National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD, 1986 Oct 22
105 59
Lecture- "Decisions at the End of Life"- Rutherford House, Edinburgh, England, 1986 Oct 25
105 60
Lecture- "Life and Death and the Handicapped Newborn"- Rutherford House, Edinburgh, England, 1986 Oct 25
105 61
Address- Conference on Smoking in the Workplace, Philadelphia, PA, 1986 Nov 14
105 62
Remarks- Press Conference Releasing 1986 Surgeon General's Report on The Health Consequences of Involuntary Smoking, Washington, DC, 1986 Dec 16
105 63
Remarks- Pediatric Surgery Day- Students of the Uniformed Services University for the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD, 1987 Jan 09
105 64
Testimony- Kennedy Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee Hearing- AIDS, Washington, DC, 1987 Jan 15
105 65
Address- Liberty University Guest Appearance, Lynchburg, VA, 1987 Jan 19
105 66
Remarks- 2nd Annual Convocation of the National Organization of Episcopalians for Life, Fairfax, VA, 1987 Jan 20
105 67
Speech- "Life Issues"- CAMPUS- White House, Washington, DC, 1987 Jan 23
105 68
Address- US Conference of Mayors- Mayors AIDS Task Force, Washington, DC, 1987 Jan 23
105 69
Address- Conference on Case Management Services for Disabled Children, Washington, DC, 1987 Jan 30
105 70
Address- National Religious Broadcasters, Washington, DC, 1987 Feb 02
105 71
Statement - [Untitled Re: Statement on AIDS] - Committee on Energy and Commerce, U.S. House of Representatives, Washington, DC, 1987 Feb 10
105 72
Address- Kennedy School of Government- Harvard University- AIDS, Cambridge, MA, 1987 Feb 10
105 73
Lecture- "The Current Crisis in AIDS"- Presented on Videotape, [Video Speech], 1987 Feb 18
105 74
Prepared Statement - Untitled - Before the House Subcommittee on Health and the Environment of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, Washington, DC, 1987 Feb 19
105 75
Address- Alton Ochsner Medical Foundation- Smoke-Free, New Orleans, LA, 1987 Feb 27
105 76
Remarks- "Adolescent Health"- Presented on Videotape, [Video Speech], 1987 Mar 03
105 77
Address - Re: AIDS - Joint Session on AIDS of the California Legislature, Sacramento, CA, 1987 Mar 06
105 78
Address- "Smoking (1)"- Annual Aaron Brown Lecture- Tulane University School of Medicine, New Orleans, LA, 1987 Mar 17
105 79
Address- Protestant Health and Welfare Assembly- American Protestant Health Association, New Orleans, LA, 1987 Mar 17
105 80
Address- Chamber of Commerce Breakfast, Tampa, FL, 1987 Mar 18
105 81
Address- Faculty and Students at the School of Medicine, University of South Florida Tampa, FL, 1987 Mar 18
105 82
Lecture- "Smoking (2)"- School of Medicine Public Forum- University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, 1987 Mar 18
105 83
Address- "Smoking (3)"- Annual Convention- Society of Behavioral Medicine, Washington, DC, 1987 Mar 20
105 84
Address- Christian Life Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, Charlotte, NC, 1987 Mar 23
105 85
Address- National Press Club Luncheon, Washington, DC, 1987 Mar 24
105 86
Address- joint Session of the Legislature of the State of Texas- AIDS, Austin, TX, 1987 Mar 26
105 87
Keynote- Conference on Smoking in the Workplace, Dallas, TX, 1987 Mar 27
105 88
Address- Annual Meeting - Education Writers Association, San Francisco, CA, 1987 Apr 04
105 89
Address- Annual Meeting- National School Boards Association, San Francisco, CA, 1987 Apr 04
105 90
Keynote- Surgeon General's Workshop on Children with Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection and their Families, Philadelphia, PA, 1987 Apr 06-08
105 91
Address- University of PA Chapter of Alpha Omega Alpha, Philadelphia, PA, 1987 Apr 07
105 92
Lecture- Pasquariello Lecture- Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, 1987 Apr 08
105 93
Address- American Medical Association Conference on AIDS and Public Policy, Chicago, IL, 1987 Apr 21
105 94
Keynote- Seminar- Smoking in the Workplace, St. Louis, MO, 1987 Apr 24
105 95
Address- "The Current Crisis in AIDS"- Annual Research Dinner, St. Louis, MO, 1987 Apr 24
105 96
Keynote- National Institutes of Health Forum on Smoking, Tobacco, and Cancer, Bethesda, MD, 1987 Apr 27
105 97
Address- JFK School of Government- Harvard- Institute for Smoking Behavior and Policy, Washington, DC, 1987 May 18
105 98
Remarks- Salute to the Surgeon General, Washington, DC, 1987 May 19
105 99
Address- Orientation- Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD, 1987 May 20
105 100
Address- Commencement- Ball State University, Muncie, IN, 1987 May 23
105 101
Lecture- Thrasher Research Fund, Salt Lake City, UT, 1987 May 26
105 102
Lecture- David Packard Lecture- Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD, 1987 May 28
106 1
Address- 3rd International Conference on AIDS, Washington, DC, 1987 Jun 01
106 2
Remarks- House Republican Research Committee, Washington, DC, 1987 Jun 03
106 3
Address- Delaware Valley College- AIDS Symposium, Doylestown, PA, 1987 Jun 08
106 4
Address- Presented Before the Republican Leadership Task Force on Health Care, Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC, 1987 Jun 10
106 5
keynote- Surgeon General's Conference- Care for Chronically Ill Children, Houston, TX, 1987 Jun 14
106 6
Statement - Select Committee on Children, Youth, and Families- AIDS - U.S. House of Representative, Washington, DC, 1987 Jun 18
106 7
Address- [Indian Health Conference] Beyond Survival- Health Challenges in American Indian and Alaska Native Communities, Washington, DC, 1987 Jun 19
106 8
Address- Berlin International Medical Society- Harnack House, Berlin, Germany, 1987 Jul 01
106 9
Address- NAACP Annual Meeting, New York, NY, 1987 Jul 08
106 10
Banquet- Evangelical Christian Publishers Association- Gold Medallion Book Awards Banquet, Anaheim, CA, 1987 Jul 11
106 11
Address- 50th Anniversary Annual Conference of the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, Cincinnati, OH, 1987 Jul 13
106 12
Lecture- "The Current Crisis in AIDS", Ft. Leonard Wood, MO, 1987 Jul 14
106 13
Remarks- Hearing- Civil Rights Commission (Cancelled Event), Washington, DC, 1987 Jul 20
106 14
Address- National Association of Elementary School Principals, Crystal City, VA, 1987 Jul 26
106 15
Address- National Council of State Legislatures, Indianapolis, IN, 1987 Jul 30
106 16
Address- International Platform Association, Washington, DC, 1987 Aug 03
106 17
Remarks- Hearing- President's Commission on AIDS, Washington, DC, 1987 Sep 09
106 18
Address- International Organ Transplant Forum, Pittsburgh, PA, 1987 Sep 11
106 19
Address- Center for Population Options- Caucus for Producers, Writers, and Directors, Los Angeles, CA, 1987 Sep 18
106 20
Keynote- Surgeon General's Workshop on Self-Help and Public Health, Los Angeles, CA, 1987 Sep 20
106 21
Address- World Affairs Council, Los Angeles, CA, 1987 Sep 21
106 22
Remarks- Press Briefing- Spouse Abuse PSA, Seattle, WA, 1987 Sep 23
106 23
Keynote- Surgeon General's North West Regional Conference on Interpersonal Violence, Seattle, WA, 1987 Sep 23
106 24
Speech- "Private Thoughts on Public Issues"- The Royal Children's Hospital, Glasgow, Scotland, 1987 Sep 30
106 25
Address- World Health Organization- Japan Joint Conference on AIDS and Hepatitis B, Tokyo, Japan, 1987 Oct 06
106 26
Address - Re: AIDS information/education - Allstate Foundation Forum on Public Issues, Chicago, IL, 1987 Oct 13
106 27
Address- The Washington Forum, Washington, DC, 1987 Oct 15
106 28
Address - Re: Local Medicine and County Medical Society in regards to AIDS - Philadelphia County Medical Society, Philadelphia, PA, 1987 Oct 16
106 29
Lecture- "AIDS and American Values"- Cosmos Club, Washington, DC, 1987 Oct 19
106 30
Address- U.N. General Assembly- AIDS, New York, NY, 1987 Oct 20
106 31
Speech- "No time for Ignorance: The AIDS Crisis"- St. Francis Center, Washington, DC, 1987 Oct 21
106 32
Address- AMFAR Meeting of Top CEOs of Major Corporations: AIDS, Washington, DC, 1987 Oct 22
106 33
Statement - "Pediatric AIDS" - US House of Representatives, Washington, DC, 1987 Oct 22
106 34
Address- "Raised On Rock and Roll: The Sound and the Fury"- Parents' Music Resource Center Symposium, Washington, DC, 1987 Oct 26
106 35
Address- State Department Advisory Committee on Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs, Washington, DC, 1987 Oct 28
106 36
Remarks- Smallpox Eradication Celebration- Centers for Disease Control, Atlanta, GA, 1987 Oct 29
106 37
Address- 45th Annual Conference of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, Chicago, IL, 1987 Oct 30
106 38
Speech - "The Current Crisis in AIDS" - 4th Presbyterian Church, Chicago, IL, 1987 Nov 01
106 39
Address- 59th General Assembly- Union of American Hebrew congresses, Chicago, IL, 1987 Nov 02
106 40
Address- Health Department Leadership and community Response Conference- AIDS, San Francisco, CA, 1987 Nov 06
106 41
Address- U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Officers Association, Las Vegas, NV, 1987 Nov 09
106 42
Address - "Everything You Always Wanted to Know About AIDS" - COA Auxiliary, Las Vegas, NV, 1987 Nov 11
106 43
Address- American Academy of Medical Administrators, Las Vegas, NV, 1987 Nov 12
106 44
Address- National Conference on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, Washington, DC, 1987 Nov 13
106 45
Remarks- Institute of Medicine, Washington, DC, 1987 Nov 16
106 46
Address- West Jersey Health System, Cherry Hill, NJ, 1987 Nov 17
106 47
Remarks - [Untitled Re: AIDS] - Republicans Associated for Mutual Support, Washington, DC, 1987 Nov 19
106 48
Address- National Association of Government Communicators, Arlington, VA, 1987 Nov 20
106 49
Address- McKinney Foundation AIDS Forum, Stamford, CT, 1987 Nov 23
106 50
Address- 9th Annual national Media Conference- AIDS, New York, NY, 1987 Nov 30
106 51
Address- American Medical Association Medical Student Section, Atlanta, GA, 1987 Dec 05
106 52
Address- American Society of hospital Pharmacists, Atlanta, GA, 1987 Dec 07
106 53
Address- New York Academy of Sciences, New York, NY, 1987 Dec 07
106 54
Address- 2nd Annual Conference on Senior Health Care, San Diego, CA, 1988 Jan 13
106 55
Address- Allstate Foundation Forum on Public Issues- AIDS, Washington, DC, 1988 Jan 20
106 56
Address- Smoking and Cancer Symposium, Dublin, Ireland, 1988 Jan 29
106 57
Address- Utah Conference for Seniors, Salt Lake City, UT, 1988 Feb 09
106 58
Address- Annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Boston, MA, 1988 Feb 12
106 59
Address- "AIDS and the Social Order"- Kalamazoo County Forum, Kalamazoo, MI, 1988 Feb 16
106 60
Speech - "Current Issues in AIDS" - Briefing for Top AIDS of Republican Senators, Washington, DC, 1988 Feb 17
106 61
Speech - "International Cooperation in Public Health Matters," Q&A Session - United States Information Agency Foreign Press Center, Washington, DC, 1988 Feb 19
106 62
Remarks- Public Forum- Community Meeting on AIDS, Roxbury, MA, 1988 Feb 24
106 63
Remarks- Address- Cardozo High School AIDS Assembly, Washington, DC, 1988 Feb 25
106 64
Remarks- conference on Clinical-Pathological Correlates of HIV Infection, Washington, DC, 1988 Feb 26
106 65
Statement- Presidential Commission on HIV Epidemic, Washington, DC, 1988 Mar 01
106 66
Address- "Current Issues in AIDS"- American College of Physicians- 69th Annual Meeting, New York, NY, 1988 Mar 03
106 67
Address- "Smoking and Cancer"- American College of Physicians- 69th Annual Meeting, New York, NY, 1988 Mar 03
106 68
Address- "AIDS: What We All Need to Know"- National Association of Secondary School Principals, Anaheim, CA, 1988 Mar 06
106 69
Address- 1st International Conference on the Global Impact of AIDS, London, England, 1988 Mar 10
106 70
Address- "Current Issues in AIDS"- Federation of American Health Systems- Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 1988 Mar 17
106 71
Opening Remarks- Surgeon General's Workshop in Health Promotion and Aging, Washington, DC, 1988 Mar 20
106 72
Address- "The Charge"- Surgeon General's Workshop in Health Promotion and Aging, Washington, DC, 1988 Mar 23
106 73
Speech- Heaton Memorial Lecture- Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, DC, 1988 Mar 30
106 74
Address- Address- Ford Hall Forum- AIDS, Boston, MA, 1988 Mar 31
106 75
Speech - "AIDS: What We All Need To Know" - National Association of Elementary School Principals, San Francisco, CA, 1988 Apr 18
106 76
Remarks- "The AIDS Brochure and the National Mailing"- Press Conference, Washington, DC, 1988 May 04
106 77
Remarks on Capitol Hill, Washington, DC, 1988 May 09
106 78
Commencement- "Ethical Imperatives and the New Physician: I. The Challenge of Medical Practice"- Uniform Services University of the Health Sciences- Hebert School of Medicine- Ethics, Bethesda, MD, 1988 May 12
106 79
Address- Colby-Sawyer College Commencement, New London, NH, 1988 May 14
106 80
Statement- Surgeon General's Report- The Health Consequences of Smoking: Nicotine Addiction, Washington, DC, 1988 May 16
106 81
Remarks- Children's Hospital Alumni Organization, University Museum, Philadelphia, PA, 1988 May 20
106 82
Address- Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science Commencement, Philadelphia, PA, 1988 May 21
106 83
Address- World Fed of Soc of Anesthesiologists, Washington, DC, 1988 May 22
106 84
Commencement- " Ethical Imperatives and the New Physician: II. The Physician-Patient Relationship"-Albany Medical College- Ethics, Saratoga Springs, NY, 1988 May 26
106 85
Commencement- "Ethical Imperatives and the New Physician: III.Responding to the Handicapped Patient"- Baylor Medical College- Ethics, Houston, TX, 1988 May 27
106 86
Lecture- "AIDS: What We All See and Know"- AIDS Interfaith Council, Houston, TX, 1988 May 27
106 87
Address- Colby College Commencement, Waterville, ME, 1988 May 29
106 88
Address- 4th Annual Ash Lecture- Armed Forces Medical Museum, Washington, DC, 1988 Jun 01
106 89
Commencement- "Ethical Imperatives and the New Physician: IV. Responding to the Aging Patient- Kirksville College Graduating Class of Osteopathic Medicine- Ethics, Kirksville, MO, 1988 Jun 06
106 90
Address- Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences F. Edward Hebert School of Medicine- 1st Year Students, Bethesda, MD, 1988 Jun 08
106 91
Commencement- "Ethical Imperatives and the New Physician: V. Responding to the Patient with AIDS"- Class Day Exercises- Harvard Medical School- Ethics, Boston, MA, 1988 Jun 09
106 92
Address- In Honor of Dr. Philip L. Calcagno Festschrift, Washington, DC, 1988 Jun 10
106 93
Address- N. Shore Country Day School Commencement, Winnetka, IL, 1988 Jun 10
106 94
Commencement- "Ethical Imperatives and the New Physician: VI. Responding to the Patients of Tomorrow"- University of Health Sciences- Chicago medical School- Ethics, Chicago, IL, 1988 Jun 13
106 95
Address- Society of Statesmen of Chowder and Marching Club, Washington, DC, 1988 Jun 15
106 96
Address- National P.T.A., Salt Lake City, UT, 1988 Jun 19
106 97
Remarks- Joint Economic Committee, Washington, DC, 1988 Jun 23
106 98
Address- American medical Association Auxiliary- Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, 1988 Jun 26
106 99
Address- National Young Leaders Conference, Washington, DC, 1988 Jul 14
106 100
Address- American College of Legal Medicine, Washington, DC, 1988 Jul 22
106 101
Statement- Press Conference to Release the Surgeon General's Report on Nutrition and Health, Washington, DC, 1988 Jul 27
106 102
Address- Surgeon General's Conference- Children with Special Care Needs, Washington, DC, 1988 Sep 07
106 103
Address: "Blue Cross Blue Shield", Philadelphia, PA, 1988 Sep 13
106 104
Statement- Press Conference with Senator Bradley and Dr. Mars Bill for Cigarette Labeling- Advertising Concerning Addiction, Washington, DC, 1988 Sep 15
106 105
Remarks - [Untitled Re: AIDS Epidemic] - Press Conference - Advertising Councils New Campaign on AIDS and the Importance of Using a Condom, New York, NY, 1988 Sep 27
107 1
Address- 40th Scientific Assembly of the American Academy of Family Physicians, New Orleans, LA, 1988 Oct 03
107 2
Address- University of MN Medical School Centennial, Minneapolis, MN, 1988 Oct 05
107 3
Remarks- "A National Health Museum"- Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Washington, DC, 1988 Oct 07
107 4
Address- "Child Health Care in the 90s"- American Academy of Pediatrics, San Francisco, CA, 1988 Oct 17
107 5
Address- "Working with Persons with AIDS"- Public Health Services Employees- AIDS, Rockville, MD, 1988 Oct 20
107 6
Address- "The Challenge of Definition"- International Conference on Euthanasia and the Future of Medicine, Worcester, MA, 1988 Oct 24
107 7
Address- United Nations- 40th Anniversary of the World Health Organization (Part I), New York, NY, 1988 Oct 27
107 8
Remarks- Center for Disease Control- Viral-Rickettsial Disease Laboratory Dedication, Atlanta, GA, 1988 Oct 28
107 9
Address- 40th Anniversary of the World Health Organization (Part II), Washington, DC, 1988 Oct 29
107 10
Address- Annual Meeting of the NASA Occupational Health Program, San Antonio, TX, 1988 Nov 01
107 11
Speech - "No Time for Ignorance: The AIDS Crisis" - Cumberland Regional Constituent School Districts, Seabrook, NJ, 1988 Nov 09
107 12
Address- "Working with Persons with AIDS"- National Management Conference of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms, Washington, DC, 1988 Nov 10
107 13
Address- "Responding to the Patient with AIDS"- Association of American Medical Colleges, Chicago, IL, 1988 Nov 13
107 14
Address- "An Agenda for Public Health"- American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, 1988 Nov 14
107 15
Address- "Current Crisis in AIDS"- American Council on Life Insurance, New York, NY, 1988 Nov 15
107 16
Remarks- "Talking Points- Smoking"- Department of State Personnel, Washington, DC, 1988 Nov 16
107 17
Remarks - "Talking Points- Flag Officers' Meeting- Stone House- National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD, 1988 Nov 18
107 18
Address- National Down Syndrome Congress, Cincinnati, OH, 1988 Nov 20
107 19
Address- National Foundation for Infectious Diseases, Washington, DC, 1988 Nov 21
107 20
Address- U.S. Health Summit on HIV Infection, Washington, DC, 1988 Nov 28
107 21
Address- Harvard AIDS Institute, Boston, MA, 1988 Dec 01
107 22
Address- Dallas Council on World Affairs, Dallas, TX, 1988 Dec 05
107 23
Address- National Capital Area Chapter of the American Society of Public Administration- AIDS, Washington, DC, 1988 Dec 12
107 24
Speech- Surgeon General's Workshop on Drunk Driving- Testimony-With Loren Archer of the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism in the Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration, Washington, DC, 1988 Dec 14-16
107 25
Address- Special Hanukah Convention- Yeshiva University, Washington, DC, 1988 Dec 18
107 26
Remarks - [Untitled Re: Violence/Domestic violence] - Press conference sponsored by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, Washington, DC, 1989 Jan 03
107 27
Address- 100th Anniversary of the Public Health Service, Washington, DC, 1989 Jan 04
107 28
Address- Commissioned Corps Science Symposium, [No Location Given], 1989 Jan 05
107 29
Remarks- Centennial Symposium Promoting Health and Disease Prevention- 100 Years and Still Serving- Unifomed Services University of the Health Sciences (Introduction Only), Bethesda, MD, 1989 Jan 06
107 30
Keynote- "Frontline" Conference for Health Care Workers and Policy Makers, Washington, DC, 1989 Jan 08
107 31
Statement- Surgeon General's Report- Reducing the Health Consequences of Smoking: 25 Years of Progress, Washington, DC, 1989 Jan 11
107 32
Address- 5th International Symposium on Cancer Research and AIDS, Venice, Italy, 1989 Jan 13
107 33
Address- Association Marseille- Europe 1992- Smoking- Talking Points with Slides, Marseille, France, 1989 Jan 16
107 34
Address- Mid-Winter Conference- Reserve Officers Association, Washington, DC, 1989 Jan 23
107 35
Speech - "Current Issues on AIDS" - Bexar County Medical Society, San Antonio, TX, 1989 Jan 25
107 36
Speech - "Working With Persons With AIDS" - Employees of Southwest Bell, San Antonio, TX, 1989 Jan 26
107 37
Address- 1989 Metropolitan Life Foundation Awards- Aging, New York, NY, 1989 Jan 30
107 38
Remarks- Training Session for COMMIT Field Directors- National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, MD, 1989 Jan 30
107 39
Address- Chapel of the Four Chaplains, Philadelphia, PA, 1989 Feb 07
107 40
Testimony- Subcommittee on Children, Family, Drugs, and Alcoholism- SAFE KIDS: Senator Dodd Hearing, Washington, DC, 1989 Feb 09
107 41
Address- University of New Mexico Medical Center, Albuquerque, NM, 1989 Feb 10
107 42
Address- Industrial college of the Armed Forces, Washington, DC, 1989 Feb 13
107 43
Remarks - [Untitled Re: AIDS Quarterly informational] - Premiere of "AIDS Quarterly", Washington, DC, 1989 Feb 13
107 44
Address- SAFE KIDS Symposium: Uniting America to Fight Childhood Injury, Washington, DC, 1989 Feb 16
107 45
Address- Industrial college of the Armed Forces, Washington, DC, 1989 Feb 18
107 46
Remarks- Symposium on Health Promotion and Aging, Honolulu, HI, 1989 Feb 21
107 47
Lecture- Ira Hiscock Lecture- State Capitol, Honolulu, HI, 1989 Feb 24
107 48
Address- Change of Command- Naval Air Station, San Diego, CA, 1989 Feb 27
107 49
Address- Metro NY Chapter of the Young President's Association, New York, NY, 1989 Mar 07
107 50
Remarks - "Empower Health" - Dartmouth Medical School Board of Overseers Meeting, Hanover, NH, 1989 Mar 07
107 51
Remarks- Surgeon General's on Transition of Handicapped Children to Adult Care, Jekyll Island, GA, 1989 Mar 14
107 52
Statement - [Untitled Re: Towing the party line in regards to abortion] - Before the House Committee on Government Operations, Subcommittee on Human Resources, Intergovernmental Relations, Washington, DC, 1989 Mar 16
107 53
Remarks- "Recognizing the Historical Treasures at the National Library of Medicine"- National Library of Medicine Rotunda- Centennial of the Public Health Service Commissioned Corps, Bethesda, MD, 1989 Mar 17
107 54
Address- Self-Help Leadership Conference, Washington, DC, 1989 Mar 18
107 55
Address- Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences Professional Association- Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 1989 Mar 28
107 56
Remarks - [Untitled Re: Prayer Breakfast] - Commissioned Officers Association, New Orleans, LA, 1989 Mar 28
107 57
Remarks- World Health Day- Pan-American Health Organization, Washington, DC, 1989 Apr 07
107 58
Remarks- Pediatric AIDS Awards, Sarasota, FL, 1989 Apr 10
107 59
Address- JFK Lodge of B'nai B'rith, Washington, DC, 1989 Apr 12
107 60
Address- 50th Anniversary Conference of the National American Society of Public Administration, Miami, FL, 1989 Apr 12
107 61
Address- Council for the Advancement and Support of Education, Washington, DC, 1989 Apr 13
107 62
Address- American Medical Association Health Reporting Conference, Boston, MA, 1989 Apr 14
107 63
Lecture- "Public Health and Private Lives"- The Godkin Lecture- Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 1989 Apr 14
107 64
Statement- Press Conference- Smoking, Washington, DC, 1989 Apr 26
107 65
Remarks- Council for Better Hearing and Speech Month, Washington, DC, 1989 Apr 27
107 66
Address- Regional Conference on Adolescents and HIV Infection, Bethesda, MD, 1989 Apr 28
107 67
Address- Aspen-Wye Communications Conference, Queenstown, MD, 1989 Apr 30
107 68
Address- World Health Assembly, Geneva, Switzerland, 1989 May 10
107 69
Address- F.E. Herbert School of Medicine of the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences Commencement Address, Washington, DC, 1989 May 20
107 70
Speech- "Violence Against Women: A Global Problem"- Seminar Sponsored by National Council for Intern. Health- Pan-American Health Organization, [No Location Given], 1989 May 22
107 71
Address- American Health Foundation, New York, NY, 1989 May 24
107 72
Statement - [Untitled Re: Summary Recommendations on Drunk Driving] - Surgeon General's Workshop on Drunk Driving, Washington, DC, 1989 May 31
107 73
Commencement- Saterical Address On Occasion of the Slippery Slope of Ethical Issues [See Special Note: Dates are Intentionally Erroneous]- Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine- Academy of Music, Philadelphia, PA, 1989 Jun 03
107 74
Address- University of MA Commencement, Boston, MA, 1989 Jun 03
107 75
Remarks- From All Walks of Life 1989- 4th Annual Pledge Walk- The AIDS Action Committee, Boston, MA, 1989 Jun 04
107 76
Lecture- Harvard Medical School- 1st Annual Robert E. Gross Memorial Lecture, Boston, MA, 1989 Jun 12
107 77
Statement- On The Surgeon General's Workshop On Drunk Driving- Before The U.S. Senate Committee On Government Affairs, Washington, DC, 1989 Jun 15
107 78
Remarks- Association for the Care of Children's Health- Pediatrics AIDS Campaign Kickoff, Washington, DC, 1989 Jun 26
107 79
Statement- Subcommittee on Transportation and Hazard Substance Committee on Energy and Commerce- U.S. House of Representatives, Washington, DC, 1989 Sep 13
107 80
Lecture- J.P. Scott Lecture- Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, 1989 Sep 15
107 81
Remarks- Dedication of Richard D. Wood Ambulatory Care Center- Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, 1989 Sep 17
107 82
Remarks- Centennial of the Establishment of the Commissioned Corps of the Marine Hospital Service, Ellis Island, NY, 1989 Sep 18
107 83
Statement- Ul.S. Trade Representative Section 301 Committee- The U.S. Export Association Petition with Respect to Thailand, Washington, DC, 1989 Sep 19
107 84
Address- American Medical Association- Opening of the National Physician Resource Center for the Prevention of Family Violence and Victimization, Chicago, IL, 1989 Oct 05
107 85
Lecture- "Reflections on Health Care" and "Remarks to Physicians"- Oregon Board of Medical Examiners- Oregon Foundation for Medical Excellence, Portland, OR, 1989 Oct 06
107 86
Lecture- "Public Health and Private Lives"- Response on Receiving the Cosmos Club Award 1989- Cosmos Club, Washington, DC, 1989 Oct 19
107 87
Lecture- "The Social Issues Behind the Major Health Problems in the United States"- The Carter Center- Emory University- The Church's Challenge in Health, Atlanta, GA, 1989 Oct 25
107 88
Speech- Presented at Program for Medical and Dental Professionals- Berkeley- Carteret Hotel, Asbury Park, NJ, 1989 Nov 01
108 1
Address- [Untitled] West Chester University [125 pages], West Chester, PA, 1989 Nov 02
108 2
Remarks- Award Ceremony- Prit Griffuel- Association Pour La Recherche Sul La Cancer, Paris, France, 1989 Nov 06
108 3
Address- "Highspots of My Eight Years as Surgeon General With a Glance at the Future"- American Red Cross- Rochester- Monroe County Chapter, Rochester, NY, 1989 Nov 29
108 4
Address- Boston Guild for the Hard of Hearing, Boston, MA, 1989 Nov 30
108 5
Address- 3rd International Conference on Continuing Medical Education- Annenberg Center for Health Sciences, Palm Springs, CA, 1989 Dec 14
108 6
Speech - [Untitled Re: Health Future Issue], Lexington, KY, 1990-1991
108 7-8
Speech- Generic, [No Location Given], 1990-1991
108 9
Response to Remarks by Elizabeth F. Koop - Distinguished Alumnus Award - Cornell University Medical College, Ithaca, NY, 1990 Jan
108 10
Remarks- "Winning the War on Drugs: The Role of Workplace Testing"- Press Conference, Washington, DC, 1990 Jan 16
108 11
Remarks- Association of National Advertisers, New York, NY, 1990 Feb 13
108 12
Speech- AMA National Leadership Conference, Phoenix, AZ, 1990 Feb 25
108 13
Remarks- Sub-Committee on Health and the Environment on the AIDS Epidemic and Medicaid (HR 4080), Washington, DC, 1990 Feb 27
108 14
Remarks- Faculty- Southwest Secondary School, Minneapolis, MN, 1990 Spring
108 15
Speech- "The Need for a National Museum of Health and Medicine", Chicago, IL, 1990 Mar 03
108 16
Speech- Tobacco Conference 1990- Forum for Professionals- Missouri Coalition on Smoking and Health, Jefferson City, MO, 1990 Mar 08
108 17
Speech- American Pharmaceutical Association, Washington, DC, 1990 Mar 11
108 18
Speech - [Untitled Re: Cruzan feeding tube case/economics of aging] - American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, PA, 1990 Mar 13
108 19
Talk- Hepatitis C- National Hepatitis Congress, Georgetown, Washington, DC, 1990 Mar 22
108 20
Speech - [Untitled Lexington Lecture + Cocaine and Pregnancy introduction] - Conference on Pregnancy and Cocaine, Toledo, OH, 1990 May 03
108 21
Remarks- Truman Award, Independence, MI, 1990 May 06
108 22
Speech- Meridith Campbell Memorial Lecture, New Orleans, LA, 1990 May 13
108 23
Speech- Middle Atlantic Health Congress, Atlantic City, NJ, 1990 May 15
108 24
Speech- "My Vision for Rural Health in the 1990s"- National Rural Health Association- 13th Annual National Conferenc, New Orleans, LA, 1990 May 17
108 25
Speech- World Conference on Lung Health- American Lung Association (American Thoracic Society), Boston, MA, 1990 May 21
108 26
Commencement- Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY, 1990 May 28
108 27
Commencement- Brown University Medical School, Providence, RI, 1990 May 29
108 28
Remarks- Association for the Care of Child Health, Washington, DC, 1990 May 30
108 29
Speech- "The Spirit of Man", Los Angeles, CA, 1990 Jun 12
108 30
Remarks- C.Everett Koop Medal for Health Awareness- American Diabetes Association- Volunteer Recognition Luncheon, Atlanta, GA, 1990 Jun 15
108 31
Lecture- Larson Lecture- American Hospital Association- Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, 1990 Jul 30
108 32
Speech- "Countdown 2000"- Smoke-Free Society by 2000- Annual Meeting of the American Lung Association, Washington, DC, 1990 Sep 11
108 33
Remarks- "Health Costs, Access, and Doctor-Patient Relationship"- National Advisory Committee on Management, Washington, DC, 1990 Sep 18
108 34
Speech- "Exasperation on Both Sides of the Stethoscope"- American College of Surgeons, San Francisco, CA, 1990 Oct 08
108 35
Remarks- Helpern Library, New York, NY, 1990 Oct 10
108 36
Speech- Parkview Hospital, Fort Wayne, IN, 1990 Oct 11
108 37
Speech- "Health Care in the 21st Century"- 100th Anniversary of Nursing Education- Hahnemann University, Philadelphia, PA, 1990 Oct 30
108 38
Remarks- Press Conference Opening Remarks- American Lung Association, Washington, DC, 1990 Nov 01
108 39
Speech- Deaf Students- Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY, 1990 Nov 06
108 40
Speech- "Choosing Allied Health Professions"- Rochester Institute of Technology- College of Science, Rochester, NY, 1990 Nov 06
108 41
Speech- "Our Families, Our Future"- Linda M. Weissman memorial Lecture- Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, PA, 1990 Nov 08
109 1
Speech- Health Future Speech-[Various Locations] and Dates- [Used from Jan. to Sep], [No Location Given], 1991 Jan
109 2
Talk - [Untitled Re: Advertising Condoms], [No Location Given], 1991 Jan
109 3
Speech- "Review of the Year"- Anchor and Caduceus Society- U.S. Public Health Service- Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD, 1991 Jan 04
109 4
Speech- "Food Terrorism: Simplification, Exaggeration, and Lies"- Northwest Food Processors Association, Portland, OR, 1991 Jan 14
109 5
Speech- "The Crisis Orientation of Health Care"- XIII Annual Medical Conference, Tortola, British Virgin Islands, 1991 Feb 04
109 6
Remarks- Opening Keynote Remarks- International Clinical Conference on Cancer- "Cancer Prevention, Facts, Maybes, and Rumors"- National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD, 1991 Feb 12
109 7
Speech - "The Hippocratic Oath" - University of Miami, U Penn, Loma Linda, GWU, University of Cincinnati, [Various Locations], 1991 Spring
109 8
Lecture- "Pesticides: Fact and Fiction"- Employees of Dow-Elanco, Indianapolis, IN, 1991 Mar 18
109 9
Speech- "Teamwork in Trauma: The Means to Great Ends"- American Trauma Society- Pennsylvania Division, Hershey, PA, 1991 Apr 11
109 10
Speech- "Of Challenges, Satisfactions, and Revolving Doors"- World Health Week- Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, 1991 Apr 15
109 11
Keynote- "Public Health Implications of Re-Used Syringes"- 1st International Conference on Self-Destructing (non-reusable) Syringes- NY University Medical Center, New York, NY, 1991 Apr 27
110 1
Speech- "The First and Oldest Says Goodbye to the Best"- Farwell to Robert Cathcart- Administrator of the PA Hospital, Philadelphia, PA, 1991 Apr 28
110 2
Speech- Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, Kirksville, MO, 1991 May 03
110 3
Remarks- Adolescent Health, Seattle, WA, 1991 May 07
110 4
Address- Safe Kids Banquet, New Brunswick, NJ, 1991 May 17
110 5
Speech - "Promises, Promises" - Walter Johnson High School,, Bethesda, MD, 1991 Jun 10
110 6
Speech - [Untitled Re: Moral stands on major ethical issues] - Hastings Center dinner at the Harvard Club, New York, NY, 1991 Jun 13
110 7
Speech - "The Future of Health Care and OTC Drugs" - Bristol-Myers-Squibb, San Francisco, CA, 1991 Jul 11
110 8
Remarks - [Untitled Re: Teaching Hospices] - San Diego Hospice Center, San Diego, CA, 1991 Jul 13
110 9
Speech - Untitled - Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, Falmouth, MA, 1991 Jul 27
110 10
Remarks - Alexian Award (Roman Catholic organization that deals with end of life/terminal patients), Illinois, 1991 Sep 06
110 11
Speech - "SAFE KIDS" - Wheaton College for the Community, Wheaton, IL, 1991 Sep 10
110 12
Speech - [Untitled] - Dedication of the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Hanover, NH, 1991 Sep 14
110 13
Remarks - [Untitled Re: Health Care Advocacy] - American Hospital Association Award (C. Everett Koop Health Advocate's Award), Boston, MA, 1991 Sep 15
110 14
Testimony - Re: AIDS, Discrimination and Children - Waxman Subcommittee on Health, [No Location Given], 1991 Sep 19
110 15
Speech - [Untitled Re: New high-tech center at CHOP] - Children's Seashore House at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, 1991 Sep 25
110 16
Speech - "Looking Out: Understanding & Preventing Childhood Injuries" - Child Health Day Symposium, Bethesda, MD, 1991 Oct 07
110 17
Speech - [Untitled] - Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO, 1991 Oct 11
110 18
Remarks - "The State of the American Health System and Medical Education" - University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, 1991 Oct 18
110a 1
Remarks - [Untitled] - Albert Schweitzer Prize for Humanitarianism - Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, 1991 Oct 22
110a 2
Remarks - [Untitled] - Canadian-American Health Association, Montreal, Quebec, 1991 Oct 24
110a 3
Speech - [Untitled Re: Preventative Medicine for Children/Protecting Children's Health] - Harvard University, [Various Locations], 1991 Nov 01
110a 4
Speech - "Health Care Crisis and AIDS" - Bristol-Myers, Indianapolis, IN, 1991 Nov 08
110a 5
Speech - [Untitled Re: Community Health Plan of Fairview Hospital ] - Fairview Foundation, Minneapolis, MN, 1991 Nov 09
110a 6
Speech - [Untitled] - Washburn Award, Boston, MA, 1991 Nov 13
110a 7
Speech - "Celebrate Dartmouth", New York, NY, 1991 Nov 16
110a 8
Speech - "Celebrate Dartmouth" - Final Plenary Higher Medical Education, New York, NY, 1991 Nov 16
110a 9
Speech - [Untitled Re: Health Futures, Re: Harvest Hope ] - Pennsylvania Society Gold Medal Award, New York, NY, 1991 Dec 14
110a 10
Lecture - [Untitled Re: Ralph Blocksma] - Butterworth, Grand Rapids, MI, 1992 Jan 07
110a 11
Speech - [Untitled Re: Health Futures] - Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI, 1992 Jan 07
111 1
Presentations - [Untitled Re: Bower Award] - Benjamin Franklin Memorial, Philadelphia, PA, 1992 Jan 16
111 2
Remarks - [Untitled Re: Koop and the Current Healthcare Crisis] - Morton Plant Hospital Foundation, Clearwater, FL, 1992 Jan 22
111 3
Speech - [Untitled] - Butterworth Hospital - Road Town, Tortola, British Virgin Islands, 1992 Feb 03
111 4
Press Conference - "SAFE KIDS Buckle Up", Washington, DC, 1992 Feb 11
111 5
Speech - [Untitled Re: Health Futures] - Burlington Resource Symposium, Palm Springs, CA, 1992 Mar 02
111 6
Speech - "America's Health Care System Could be Dangerous to your Health" - American Baker's Association, Scottsdale, AZ, 1992 Mar 22
111 7
Remarks at Robert & Elaine Holmen's Residents - [Untitled Re: Senator Dave Durenberger], St. Paul, MN, 1992 Mar 29
111 8
Speech - "Drunk Driving", Knoxville, TN, 1992 Apr 10
111 9
Speech - [Untitled Re: Reform of Health Care with a Christian emphasis] - Westmont College Commencement, Santa Barbara, CA, 1992 May 02
111 10
Speech - "State o The Nation's Health Care" - Association of Clinical Pharmacologists, Miami, FL, 1992 May 06
111 11
Remarks - [Untitled Re: Koop's Memoirs] - Book & Author Dinner, Cosmos Club, Washington, DC, 1992 May 13
111 12
Remarks at Dartmouth Press Conference- [Untitled Re: Opening of the Koop Institute] - Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, 1992 May 19
111 13
Commencement Speech - [Untitled] - Johns Hopkins Medical School, Baltimore, MD, 1992 May 21
111 14
Commencement Speech - [Untitled Re: Future of Medicine] - Cornell University Medical Center, Ithaca, NY, 1992 May 27
111 15
Speech - [ Untitled Re: Health care reform as it applies to both blind and sighted individuals] - The Lighthouse (non-profit agency for the blind), New York, NY, 1992 Jun 05
111 16
American Medical Association - Press Conference on Violence, Chicago, IL, 1992 Jun 09
111 17
Remarks - [Untitled] - 55th Reunion at Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, 1992 Jun 16
111 18
Remarks - [Untitled - Impromptu] - 1st Denton Cooley Award - The Heart Institute, Houston, TX, 1992 Jun 29
111 19
Speech - "Promises, Promises" - Exeter Academy, Exeter, NH, 1992 Jul 08
111 20
Speech - [Untitled (~ to 1992 Health Future speech), Denver, CO, 1992 Jul 27
111 21
Testimony - Re: Primary Care in light of Health Care delivery in US - Senate Finance Committee on Manpower, Subcommittee on Medicare and Long-Term Care, Hanover, NH, 1992 Jul 29
111 22
Keynote - [Untitled Re: Health Future Speech] - American Psychological Association Centennial, Washington, DC, 1992 Aug 14
111 23
Speech - "Ethics Speech (Re: Change in attitude towards Hippocratic Oath)" - Dartmouth Medical School, Hanover, NH, 1992 Aug 28
111 24
Speech - "The Cadaver" - Dartmouth Medical School, Hanover, NH, 1992 Aug 28
111 25
Introductory Remarks - AIDS 'Real Risks' Press Conference - National Press Club, Washington, DC, 1992 Aug 29
111 26
Remarks - [Untitled Re: Health problems on campus i.e. alcohol, tobacco, drugs, eating disorders) - Freshman Orientation Class of 1996 - Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, 1992 Sep 21
111 27
Freshman Orientation, Class of 1996 - [Untitled Re: Medical Education and The Health Care Crisis" - Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, 1992 Oct 06
111 28
Lecture - "Storm over the University" - Medical School and the Crisis in Health Care, Sesquicentennial Symposium - Notre Dame University, South Bend, IN, 1992 Oct 12
111 29
Lecture - "State of the Nations Health Care" - Citizens Insurance, Grand Rapids, MI, 1992 Oct 15
111 30
Remarks - Untitled - some parts of "The Crisis in Health Care" from ND) - International Film Festival, San Francisco, CA, San Francisco, CA, 1992 Oct 17
111 31
Remarks (Cover only) - "Health Care Crisis" - Fox Chase Institute, Philadelphia, PA, 1992 Oct 30
111 32
Remarks (Cover only) - "The Health Care Crisis" - Scleroderma Association of Delaware Valley, Bala Cynwyd, Delaware, 1992 Nov 08
111 33
Remarks (Cover only) - [Untitled Re: APA Speech supplemented by Film Festival pages] - Mercy Catholic Medical Center, Manchester, NH, 1992 Nov 10
111 34
Speech - [Untitled Re: Health Futures] - Mercy Catholic Medical Center, Manchester, NH, 1992 Nov 10
111 35
Speech - [Untitled Re: Abridged version of '92 Health Care Future Speech] - Kosair Children's Hospital 100th Birthday, Louisville, KY, 1992 Dec 02
111 36
Basic Health Future Speech for 1993, [Various Locations], 1993 Jan
111 37
Speech (Generic) - "The Ethics of Health Care", [No Location Given], 1993 Jan
111 38
Seminar Series Talking Points - Patient/Doctor Relationship - Cornell University Medical College, Ithaca, NY, 1993-1994
111 39
Speech- Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI, 1993 Jan 06
111 40
Remarks- Bower Awards- "The Future of R&D", Philadelphia, PA, 1993 Jan 14
111 41
Speech - "Health Care Reform" - Arnold & Porter, Washington, DC, 1993 Feb 08
111 42
Speech - "Healers of the 21st Century" - 25th Anniversary Conference, Bureau of Health Professions, [No Location Given], 1993 Feb 26
111 43
Speech - "The Caring Physician (And Other Health Care Professionals)" - Science Seminar - Whitworth College, Spokane, WA, 1993 Mar 09
111 44
Speech (Duplicate?) - "The Caring Physician" - University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 1993 Mar 11
111 45
Leslie Nicholas Lecture - [Untitled Re: Health Future Speech of 1993] - Philadelphia College o Physicians, Philadelphia, PA, 1993 Mar 17
111 46
Remarks - ADAM Unveiling (Computerized manuals of 3-D anatomical cross-section), Atlanta, GA, 1993 Apr 07
111 47
Speech- "Ready To Learn"- Success By Six- Governor's Conference on Education, Manchester, NH, 1993 Apr 5
111 48
Remarks - "Medical Education and the Patients it Serves" - Morning Speech- Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, MA, 1993 Apr 15
111 49
Speech - [Untitled Re: Health care ethics/reform] - Senior Ethics Symposium - Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, 1993 Apr 17
111 50
Speech - [Untitled Re: Violence as a public health issue] - American Trauma Society, Washington, DC, 1993 May 03
111 51
Speech - Commencement, Boston University, Boston, MA, 1993 May 16
111 52
Remarks - [Untitled Re: services for senior citizens] - Awards Ceremony for OASIS, St. Louis, MO, 1993 May 19
111 53
Keynote - Second World Conference on Injury Control, Atlanta, GA, 1993 May 20
111 54
Lecture - "Ethics of AIDS" - Commissioned Officers Association, Phoenix, AZ, 1993 May 26
111 55
Speech - Commencement - [Untitled] - University of Colorado, Colorado, 1993 May 29
111 56
Speech - "The Ethics of Health Care" - 1993 Main Conferences on Health Care, Portland, ME, 1993 Jun 03
111 57
Speech - Commencement - [Untitled Re: Health Care Reform] - University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine, Biddeford, ME, 1993 Jun 05
111 58
Speech - "Health Care Reform" - Reunion Classes with Medical Interest - Dartmouth Medical School, Hanover, NH, 1993 Jun 16
112 1
Speech - "A Letter To My Granddaughter As She Enters Medical School" - Dartmouth Medical School First Year, Hanover, NH, 1993 Aug 25
112 2
Lecture- [Untitled] - Dartmouth Medical School, Hanover, NH, 1993 Aug 25
112 3
Hemphill Lecture - [Untitled] - Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, 1993 Sep 09
112 4
Speech - [Untitled] - Oral Health 2000 National Consortium Award Dinner, [No Location Given], 1993 Sep 12
112 5
Remarks - "Ethics of Activism, Protest and Dissent" - Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL, 1993 Sep 13
112 6
Remarks - [Untitled Re: Health Care Reform with Clinton] - Breakfast Meeting, Commissioned Corps of the United States Public Health Service, [No Location Given], 1993 Sep 20
112 7
Lecture - [Untitled Re: Major health problems affecting college students] - Freshman Orientation, Class of 1997 - Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, 1993 Sep 21
112 8
Remarks - [Untitled Re: "What Koop was Doing"] - Moorland Hill School Reunion, New Britain, CT, 1993 Oct 02
112 9
Remarks (Intro) - "Information and Infrastructure in Health Care" - National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC, 1993 Oct 05
112 10
Speech - "The Early Days of AIDS, As I remember Them" (as part of) "AIDS and the Public Debate, Epidemics and Their Unforeseen Consequences" - AIDS History Group, American Association for the History of Medicine - NIH, Washington, DC, 1993 Oct 28
112 11
Speech - "AIDS and the Public Debate: Epidemic and their Unforeseen Consequences" - AIDS History Group - American Association for the History of Medicine - NIH, Washington, DC, 1993 Oct 28
112 12
Speech - [Untitled Re: Health Care Reform with Clintons, role of older members of the scientific community] - Provisional Senior Section, American Academy of Pediatrics, Washington, DC, 1993 Oct 30
112 13
Speech - [Untitled Re: Health Ethics Speech] - University Suburban Health Center, S. Euclid, OH, 1993 Nov 02
112 14
Keynote (cover only) - [Untitled - Ethics of Healthcare Speech] - Child Welfare League of North Atlantic States, Hartford, CT, 1993 Nov 03
112 15
Speech - "The Dying Child & His Family" - Dr./Patient Relationship, Autonomy - Dartmouth, Hanover, NH, 1993 Nov 09
112 16
Speech - "The Ethical Imperative of Health Care Reform" - Generic Speech-[Various Locations], [Various Locations], 1993-1994 Winter
112 17
Remarks - [Untitled Re: Health Care Reform (New/Original)] - DHMC Board Dinner, Hanover, NH, 1993 Dec 03
112 18
Opening Remarks - Koop Conference on Health Information Infrastructure, Manchester, NH, 1993 Dec 03
112 19
Speech (basic/generic) - "Prevention and Health Promotion", [No Location Given], 1994 Jan
112 20
Discussion - [Untitled] - The Steering Committee - Pharmaceutical Partners for Better Health - Links Club, New York, NY, 1994 Jan 10
112 21
Speech - "Winds of Change and Reform" - Non-Prescription Drug Mfrs., New York, NY, 1994 Jan 12
112 22
Presentation - [Untitled Re: SAFE KIDS Campaign] - Executives at Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick, NJ, 1994 Jan 24
112 23-24
Speech - "The Ethical Imperative of Health Care Reform", [No Location Given], 1994 Spring
112 25
Speech - "Health Care Reform: What Next?" - addendum to #86, [No Location Given], 1994 Mar
112 26
Speech - "Decisions At The End of Life: Euthanasia & Assisted Suicide" - Evangelical Theological Society - Eastern Region, Philadelphia, PA, 1994 Mar 03
112 27
Speech - "Health Care Reform" - Salvation Army National Service Conference, Alexandria, VA, 1994 Mar 15
112 28
Speech - "Health Care Reform" - Institutional Investors, Washington, DC, 1994 Mar 23
112 29
Speech - "Nutrition Against the Back Drop of Health Care Reform" - Pfizer, New York, NY, 1994 Mar 24
112 30
Speech - "Health Care Reform: What Next?" - I.R.S.A. - The Association of Quality Clubs, Reno, NV, 1994 Mar 25
112 31
Speech - "The Burden of Asthma" - Allen & Hanbury's Division of Glaxo, Inc. - Serevant Launch Conference, San Francisco, CA, 1994 Mar 27
112 32
Speech - "The Role of Telecommunications in Health Care Reform" - Speech via Teleconference, Las Vegas, NV to Boise, ID, [Various Locations], 1994 Mar 28
112 33
Speech (cover only) - "Health Care Reform" - University of Las Vegas, NV, Las Vegas, NV, 1994 Mar 28
112 34
Speech - [Untitled Re: Medical Telecommunication] - Benton Foundation Conference on Shaping the National Information Infrastructure: The Public Interest Summit, Washington, DC, 1994 Mar 29
112 35
Speech - "NNE Network (medical telecommunication" - Public Utility Regulators - University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, 1994 Apr 01
112 36
Speech - "America and Tobacco: Which Way Is the Smoke Blowing?" - Multimodality Course on Chest Malignancies Update '94, Boston, MA, 1994 Apr 08
112 37
Remarks - "The Ethical Imperative of Healthcar3e Reform" - Seven Hills School, Cincinnati, OH, 1994 Apr 13
112 38
Speech - "The Imperative of Health Care Reform Ethics" - Notre Dame, South Bend, IN, 1994 Apr 14
112 39
Remarks - "Town Meeting" - Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL, 1994 Apr 15
112 40
Speech- "Health Care Reform: Where Do We Stand Today?"- Spouses of the National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC, 1994 Apr 25
112 41
Remarks - [Untitled]- National Committee to the National Information Infrastructure - Washington, DC / Lecture - "Health Care Reform and the National Health Information Infrastructure" - Washington, DC / Speech - "Tri-State Initiative and How It Fits With the National Information Infrastructure" - New England Board of Higher Education - Woodstock, Vermont, [Various Locations], 1994 Apr 25
112 42
Lecture - "Hearing Aid Video" - American Academy of Audiology Convention, Richmond, Virginia, 1994 Apr 29
112 43
Speech - [Untitled] - Christian Medical and Dental Society, Dallas, Texas, 1994 Apr 30
112 44
Speech - "Health Care Reform & Medicine" - A.A.R.P. Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA, 1994 May 04
112 45
Talking Points - SAFE KIDS Press Conference - Capitol Lawn, Washington, DC, 1994 May 10
112 46
Testimony - Re: National SAFE KIDS Campaign - Senate Subcommittee - Hart Building, Washington, DC, 1994 May 10
112 47
Remarks - [Untitled] - The Suicide Foundation, New York, NY, 1994 May 10
112 48
Speech - "Ethical Imperative of Healthcare Reform" - Merck Executives, West Point, PA, 1994 May 12
112 49
Remarks - [Untitled] - Bache-Lewis-Penrose Society, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, 1994 May 13
112 50
Speech - Distinguished Graduate Award - University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA, 1994 May 14
112 51
Speech - [Untitled - Re: "Marlboros for Hondas"] -Asia-Pacific Conference on Health care in the 21st Century, Taipei, Taiwan, 1994 May 18
112 52
Remarks - Harold Loe's Retirement, [No Location Given], 1994 May 24
112 53
Speech - "Spaulding Lecture" - Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, Boston, MA, 1994 May 25
112 54
Update - [Untitled] - Commission Officers Association, Rockville, MD, 1994 Jun 02
112 55
Welcome - [Untitled] - Hastings Center 25th Anniversary - United Nations, New York, NY, 1994 Jun 04
112 56
Remarks - "The Effects of Proposed Health Care Reform" - Symposium On Financing Medical Education - Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, 1994 Jun 07
112 57-58
Speech - "On Spiritual Values and Health Care" - Thomas M. Nea Symposium, Augusta, ME, 1994 Jun 14
112 59
Speech [Cover only] - "Medical Education and the Patient it Serves" - Dartmouth College Reunion Classes 48',49', & 50', Hanover, NH, 1994 Jun 15
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