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Tod Mikuriya Papers 1933-2015
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Access and Use


Gift, Mary Jane Mikuriya, Acc. 2009-005/009/014/015/021/023; 2011-028; 2013-004/028; 2015-030.

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Collection contains restricted material. Portions of the collection are restricted according to HMD's Access to Health Information of Individuals policy. Contact the Reference Staff for information regarding access. For access to the policy and application form, please visit

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Preferred Citation:

Mikuriya, Tod H. Tod Mikuriya Papers. 1933-2015. Located in: Archives and Modern Manuscripts Collection, History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, MD; MS C 633.

Processing Information

The Tod Mikuriya Papers were rehoused from original containers into archival folders and boxes upon receipt from the donor. In the course of final processing several categories of material were weeded from the original accession and discarded by the processing archivist: financial records, medical records, family records, end of life planning records, home improvement records, patient intake forms, equipment manuals and purchase documents, and audiovisual records which fall into the above categories. Archivists augmented the original collection by conducting an Archive-It web crawl of selected websites.