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Edward D. Freis Papers 1926-2004
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Access and Use

Provenance:

Gift, Edward D. Freis, 10/19/2004. Acc. #2004-056.

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Preferred Citation:

Freis, Edward D. Edward D. Freis Papers. 1926-2004. Located in: Modern Manuscripts Collection, History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, MD; MS C 550.

Alternate Forms Available:

Portions of the Collection have been digitized and are available at: http://profiles.nlm.nih.gov

Processing Information

The original pressure bindings were removed from the scrapbooks in Series 2 during processing and the contents re-housed; photocopies were made of Scrapbooks 1 and 39 (Freis's retirement) prior to disbinding to preserve the original context. Photocopies on acid-free paper have replaced the original newspaper clippings. An investigator's brochure from Series 5 was removed from its 3-ring binder and the contents re-housed.

Separated Material

  • Nutrition and the Killer Diseases (1981)
  • Perspectives in Cardiovascular Research, Vol. 4: Prophylactic Approach to Hypertensive Diseases (1979)
  • Systemic Effects of Antihypertensive Agents (1976)
  • Robinson, Donald - The Miracle Finders (1976)
  • Hypertension and the Cardiovascular System (1972)
  • Moser, Marvin - The Treatment of Hypertension: A Story of Myths, Misconceptions, Controversies and Heroics (2002)
  • Pickering, Thomas - Good News about High Blood Pressure (1996)
  • Freis. The High Blood Pressure Book: a Guide for Patients and Their Families (1979)
  • Freis. Cardiology Reference Book (1980)
  • Freis. Introduction to the Nature and Management of Hypertension (1974)
  • Comroe, Julius. Retrospective: insghts into medical discovery (1977)
  • Ruskin, Arthur. Classics in arterial hypertension (1956)
  • Diem, Konrad, ed. Scientific tables (1962)
  • Cannon, Walter. The way of an investigator (1945)
  • Glasser, Otto. Medical physics (1944)
  • Hales, Stephen. Statistical essays, containing haemastaticks (1981)
  • Pickering, Thomas. High blood pressure (1968)
  • Brod, Jan. The kidney (1973)