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United States. Armed Forces Epidemiological Board / [1946-1990] Title: Armed Forces Epidemiological Board records 1946-1990
Abstract: UNPROCESSED COLLECTION.
United States. Army / [1866-1929] Title: U.S. Army Medical Miscellany Collection 1866-1929
United States. Army. Fort Bayard, N. M. / [1910-1914] Title: Lectures on Tuberculosis, Fort Bayard 1910-1914
Abstract: Lectures by various authors numbered from 1 to 82. Some are missing.
United States. Army. General Hospital, Gallipolis, Ohio. / [1864-1865] Title: Army General Hospital of Gallipolis, Ohio: Correspondence, orders, rules, and regulations 1864-1865
Abstract: Correspondence, orders, rules, and regulations.
United States. Army Medical Dept. / [1905-1913] Title: Papers pertaining to the current history of the U.S. Medical Dept. 1905-1913
Abstract: Compiled in compliance with 1904 General Order no. 1, includes history of the services of the U.S. Army Medical Dept., personnel information, statistics, some printed matter and correspondence.
United States. Army Medical Dept. / [1865-1877] Title: U.S. Army Medical Dept. financial records and appropriation data 1865-1877
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United States. Army Medical Dept. / [1942-1945] Title: U.S. Army Medical Corps Lecture Collection 1942-1945
Abstract: Lectures, talks, and statements on various medical subjects given by U.S. Army Medical Corps officers
United States. Army. Medical School. Hospital Corps / [1893-1898] Title: United States Army Medical School Hospital Corps Records 1893-1898
Abstract: Comprised of muster rolls, payrolls, and some personnel data. Includes documents signed by Walter Reed, James Carroll, and Augustus Tracey.
United States. Army Medical School, Washington, D. C. / [1904] Title: Lectures on communicable diseases for a course in tropical medicine given at the Army Medical School and Jefferson Medical College 1904
Abstract: 16 lectures.
United States Cochrane Center Title: United States Cochrane Center archives
Abstract: UNPROCESSED COLLECTION.
United States. Delegation to Assess Recent Changes in Soviet Psychiatry / [1988-1992] Title: US/USSR psychiatry delegation records 1988-1992
Abstract: UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. Reports, memos, audio and video training sessions and interviews with patients and doctors, congressional hearings, transcripts, and newspaper clippings generated by US delegation to document psychiatry abuse in the Soviet Union. Correspondence, subject files, audio, video, reports, clippings, transcripts, publications, notes.
United States. Department of Health and Human Services. Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation / [1982-1990] Title: AIDS correspondence (TRACER) archives 1982-1990
Abstract: The collection primarily consists of the contents of a controlled correspondence system (TRACER) related to the topic of HIV/AIDS as last managed by DHHS Chief Policy Coordinator for PHS AIDS programs.
United States. Department of Health and Human Services. Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response / [2009-2010] Title: H1N1 oral history project 2009-2010
Abstract: UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. The H1N1 Oral History Project was a collaboration between HMD and ASPR. is a collection of oral histories (36), meeting notes and other primary documents in written and multi-media formats that provide a record of the federal government's response efforts during the 2009 H1N1 pandemic. This collaborative project was conceived of by Dr Nicole Lurie, Assistant Secretary of Preparedness and Response (ASPR). HMD historian Sheena Morrison was embedded into weekly ASPR stand-up meetings to record meeting activities and collect ancillary public relations material. She later interviewed Federal employees from lead agencies engaged in the response efforts to record their thoughts and positions on policy issues, deliberations, and actions taken to protect the public's health. Another purpose of the oral histories was to provide a future knowledge base; if the country again faces the threat of influenza or other pandemics, it is likely that an in-depth knowledge of the lessons learned from the H1N1 response efforts will prove relevant.
United States. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare / [1939-1969] Title: DHEW and FSA speeches collection 1939-1969
Abstract: UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. Collected speeches and addresses given by Federal Security Agency Administrators and Assistant Administrators (1939-52); and by Health, Education and Welfare Secretaries, Undersecretaries and Assistant Secretaries (1953-69).
United States. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare / [1961-1979] Title: U.S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare Secretaries' Speeches 1961-1979
Abstract: Collection of speeches by HEW Secretaries, and Surgeon General Luther L. Terry. Copies of speeches delivered by Secretaries Anthony J. Celebrezze (1962-1965), John W. Gardner (1965-1967), Wilbur J. Cohen (1968-1969), Robert Q. Marston (1971-1972), Joseph A. Califano (1977-1979), and Surgeon General Terry (1961).
United States. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare / [1969-1981] Title: U.S. Department of Health Education and Welfare, National Blood Policy Records 1969-1981
Abstract: Reports, documents, correspondence, memoranda, and printed matter. A sizable number of the items are copies. In 1972 President Richard Nixon called for an "intensive study" and requested a plan for developing a "safe, fast, and efficient nationwide blood collection and distribution system."
United States. Dept. of the Army. Office of the Surgeon General / [1867-1868] Title: U.S. Army Surgeon General's New Orleans yellow fever collection 1867-1868
Abstract: Collection contains correspondence, reports, and charts pertaining to yellow fever and other diseases in New Orleans and contiguous areas of the 5th Military District, compiled by the U.S. Army Surgeon General's Office.
United States. Dept. of the Army. Office of the Surgeon General. Preventive Medicine Service / [1941-1946] Title: Venereal disease as a military problem 1941-1946
Abstract: A collection of newspaper clippings apparently collected by the Preventive Medicine Service's Venereal Disease Control division.
United States. Food and Drug Administration / [1907-1966] Title: Notices of Judgment Archives 1907-1966
Abstract: Correspondence, legal records, lab reports, product labeling, photographs and other documentary evidence accumulated in case files by federal attorneys used to prosecute violations of the 1906 Pure Food and Drug Act and the 1938 Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act.
United States. Food and Drug Administration / [1968-2012] Title: U.S. Food and Drug Administration oral history collection 1968-2012
Abstract: A collection of taped and transcribed oral history interviews with retired employees of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, conducted by the FDA History Office.
United States. Indian Health Service Title: Indian Health Service Gold Book Oral History Collection
Abstract: UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. 55 interviews for the Gold Book Project, a commemorative anniversary history for the IHS 50th anniversary.
United States. Indian Health Service. Special Project Branch / [1955-1966] Title: Indian Health Service Special Project Branch negatives 1955-1966
Abstract: UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. Unframed slides. The majority of the slides are for the early environmental sanitation efforts associated with implementation of P.L. 86-121 "The Indian Sanitation Facilities Construction Act", but there are also tuberculosis sanitarium, nursing, nutrition, and other clinical and field health training and Public Relations related photos. The Special Project Branch was an early IHS training program. Two series: EH Prefix 1957-1964 1-2508; 1964 2100-2784.
United States. Marine Hospital (San Francisco, Calif.) / [1872-1882] Title: U.S. Marine Hospital Service, San Francisco Correspondence 1872-1882
Abstract: Contains letters sent during the years C.M. Ellinwood (July, 1872-May, 1879) and E. Hebersmith (May, 1879-April, 1882) were in charge.
United States. Marine Hospital Service. Hospital (Portland, Me.) / [1865-1877] Title: Marine Hospital Service (Portland, ME) correspondence 1865-1877
Abstract: Official correspondence from the Treasury Department addressed to Dr. Fessenden. Content is entirely administrative regarding personnel, hospital accounts, maintenance, and reports.
United States. National Advisory Mental Health Council / [1947-1960] Title: National Advisory Mental Health Council meeting minutes 1947-1960
United States. National Commission on Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome / [1983-1994] Title: National Commission on Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Records 1983-1994
Abstract: Briefing books, hearing and meeting transcripts, reports, and press clippings document the activities of the National Commission on Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome. Materials cover all but the last year of the Commission's existence. The majority of the collection consists of briefing books, and hearing and meeting transcripts of the National Commission.
United States. Navy Dept. Board of Medicine and Surgery / [1831-1860] Title: United States Navy Dept. Board of Medicine and Surgery: Examination Papers Collection 1831-1860
Abstract: In 1824 the young American Navy began to conduct professional examinations for candidates for the medical corps. A permanent board was appointed in Philadelphia, with Edward Cutbush as senior member. After 1828, assistant naval surgeons who had been commissioned and had served for five years were also given the right to apply for examination for promotion. This collection consists of some of the examination papers from both applicants for appointment and for promotion.
United States. Public Health Service / [1926-1963] Title: Surgeons General and other health administrators speeches collection 1926-1963
Abstract: Speeches, articles, and statements of Surgeons General and other health administrators, U.S. Public Health Service.
United States. Public Health Service / [1951-1962] Title: Polio Vaccine Collection 1951-1962
Abstract: Reports, memoranda, and correspondence relating to the USPHS's involvement in the introduction of the Salk polio vaccine.
United States. Public Health Service / [1892-1984] Title: U.S. Public Health Service Historic Hospitals and Division of Nursing Public Affairs Collection 1892-1984
Abstract: Contains administrative files primarily relating to PHS nursing, as well as photographs illustrating PHS hospitals and clinics, American outreach to promote hygiene, health and nursing education in Latin America, the Middle East and Asia, and health care facilities in federal prisons and the U.S. Coast Guard.
United States. Public Health Service / [1946-1976] Title: Records, photographs, videos, and files of the Hill-Burton hospital grant program of the Public Health Service 1946-1976
Abstract: UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. Cartons 1-3 contain records related to the Hill-Burton Hospital Program Grant, United States Public Health Service, 1946-1970. The collection provides data on U.S.A. hospital in the United States of America, not just Public Health Service hospitals. Carton 4 contains photos (aerial views); 2 envelopes of activity photos; 1 folder of publicity releases, etc.; 1 box of small photos; and 9 videotapes. Carton 5 contains Hill-Burton project registers (years 1966, 1967, 1974); hospital and medical facility projects approved during Jan.-Mar. 1966; Hill-Burton project reports, tables only (July 1, 1947/June 30, 1974 and July 1, 1947/June 30, 1975); Hill Burton project register (fiscal years 1970, 1971, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976); loan and loan guarantee projects approved under Hill-Burton Program (Jan. 1, 1972-Feb. 28, 1972); Hill-Burton register (July-Sept. 1967); health care facilities, existing and needed, Hill-Burton state plan datas (as of Jan. 1, 1970).
United States. Public Health Service / [1876-1914] Title: Scrapbooks of clippings on diseases and work of the U.S. Public Health Service 1876-1914
Abstract: Newspaper clippings pertaining to the work of the U.S. Public Health Service.
United States. Public Health Service / [1987-1988] Title: PHS Executive Task Force on AIDS meeting minutes 1987-1988
Abstract: UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. Minutes of the task force Jan. 12, 1987 - July 25, 1988 and membership/subgroup roster.
United States. Public Health Service. Centennial Office Title: PHS Centennial archive, 1988-1989
Abstract: UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. Background material, readings, and correspondence organized by subject. Interviews with T. Cooper, P. Ehrlich, P. Lee, and J. Richmond, Edward D. Martin, C. Everett Koop, Edward Brandt, Leroy Burney, W. Palmer Dearing, Merlin DuVal, John Eason, Roger Egeberg, Charles Miller, William Stewart, and Robert Windom. Tapes, no transcripts.; Contains photographs of the Kintner family, and material on the Perkins Committee, received from Seggel.
United States. Public Health Service. Clinical Society / [1952-1977] Title: U.S. Public Health Service Clinical Society Archives 1952-1977
Abstract: Annual meeting programs and photographs, newsletters, history and constitution and some correspondence of the Society.
United States. Public Health Service. Division of Hospitals / [1895-1982] Title: Public Health Service Hospitals Historical Collection 1895-1982
Abstract: The origins of the Public Health Service hospital system date to the passage in 1798 of the law creating the Marine Hospital Fund to care for merchant seamen. Contained herein are materials on the history of the Public Health Service hospitals and their administration. Included are the history files for each hospital maintained by the Division of Hospital's Information Office as well as documents relating to the conversion or closure of each hospital; program files, reports, and planning documents on the hospitals and the medical care of seamen; and administrative documents, circular letters, and manuals used by the hospitals. Particularly noteworthy is the extensive material on the leprosarium in Carville, Louisiana.
United States. Public Health Service. Office of the Historian Title: Public Health Service Office of the Historian records
Abstract: UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. Administrative records for the PHS Historian's Office and subject files by person and institution compiled by office staff.
United States. Public Health Service. Office of the Historian Title: Public Health Service Office of the Historian records
Abstract: UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. Government publications, records, audiocassettes, videocassettes, dvds, photographs, and slides relating to Public Health Service nursing, dentistry, St. Elizabeth's Hospital, the Commissioned Corps, and the Public Health Service in general.
United States. Regional Medical Programs Service / [1948-1993 (bulk 1966-1978; 1991-1994)] Title: Regional Medical Programs Collection 1948-1993 (bulk 1966-1978; 1991-1994)
Abstract: In October 1965 the Heart Disease, Cancer and Stroke Amendment (Public Law 89-239) authorizing the establishment and maintenance of Regional Medical Programs was signed. Its purpose was "to encourage and assist in the establishment of regional cooperative arrangements among medical schools, research institutions, and hospitals for research and training, including continuing education, and for related demonstration of patient care..." (Sec. 900, PL 89-239).The Regional Medical Program Collection consists of historical, administrative and operational records (1966-1978) as well as correspondence, articles, meetings; records relating to the Regional Medical Libraries; and materials and inerviews from the 1991 NLM historical conference.
United States. Surgeon General's Office / [1902-1952] Title: U.S. Army medical officers autobiographical sketch collection 1902-1952
Abstract: Autobiographical and biographical information on the lives of 162 U.S. Army Medical Officers who served c.1870-1940.
United States. Surgeon General's Office / [c.1957] Title: United States Surgeon General's Office annual reports (excerpts), 1815-1941 c.1957
Abstract: Consists of the results of a survey of each annual report of the Surgeon General of the Army.
United States. Surgeon-General's Office / [1887-1890] Title: History of the Surgeon General's Office, from June 1, 1887 to Dec. 1, 1890 1887-1890
Abstract: One item, covers the period June 1, 1887 to Dec. 1, 1890.
United States. Surgeon-General's Office / [1863] Title: U.S. Surgeon-General's Office medical report of the Second Corps at the Battle of Gettysburg 1863
Abstract: Seventeen-page report from Justin Dwinell, surgeon in charge of the Second Corps hospital at Gettysburg, and A. W. Laugherty medical director of the Second Corps.
United States. Surgeon-General's Office / [c.1863] Title: U.S. Surgeon-General's Office medical history of the departments of the Ohio and the Cumberland during the year 1862 c.1863
Abstract: General medical history, also containing case reports for John Stanton, Tobias Duell, Henry Fay, Henry Thorncroft, Baylor H. Thinell and Marvin Garrison, all of whom died by disease in October 1862 at general hospital no. 6 in Nashville, or general hospital no. 14.
United States. Surgeon-General's Office / [1865] Title: U.S. Surgeon-General's Office report of the operations of the Medical Dept. of the Army of the Tennessee 1865
Abstract: Report on the medical operations of the Army of the Tennessee during its march from Atlanta to Savannah in November and December 1865.
United States. Surgeon-General's Office / [1867-1868] Title: Surgeon General's Office papers referring to cholera and yellow fever in the Army, 1867-69 1867-1868
Abstract: Reports and documentation produced by the U.S. Army Surgeon General's office describing outbreaks of cholera and yellow fever in various Army posts during the year 1867.
United States. Surgeon-General's Office / [1865-1871] Title: Surgeon-General's Office correspondence acknowledging receipt of circular nos. 1-7 1865-1871
United States. Surgeon-General's Office / [1933] Title: Surgeon-General's Office biographical sketches of U.S. Naval medical officers 1933
Abstract: Sketches requested of U.S. naval medical officers by the Surgeon General of the Army in 1933.
United States. Surgeon-General's Office / [1903-1907] Title: United States Surgeon-General's Office Correspondence 1903-1907
Abstract: Letters while Jefferson Randolph Kean was Surgeon-General. Much of the correspondence relates to the bill to increase the efficiency of the Medical Dept. of the Army, forwarded by the War Dept. to Congress on Feb. 19, 1904. Correspondents extensive.
United States. Surgeon-General's Office / [1866] Title: U.S. Surgeon-General's Office Sanitary Report of the Army of Arkansas 1866
Abstract: Sanitary reports sent to the Surgeon General summarizing events and activities in the Dept. of the Arkansas "from its occupation to Dec. 31st, 1864." as signed by Joseph R. Smith, Surgeon, U.S.A., Med. Dir., Dept. of Arkansas.
United States. Surgeon-General’s Office / [1998-2002] Title: David Satcher speeches 1998-2002
Abstract: UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. Satcher's speeches as Surgeon-General.
United States. Typhus Commission / [1942-1954] Title: United States Typhus Commission Archives 1942-1954
Abstract: Chiefly correspondence and memoranda; includes some reports, clippings, reprints, and photographs. The material is from the files of Dr. Stanhope Bayne-Jones.
United States. Veterans Administration / [1990-2000] Title: VistA Imaging System Collection 1990-2000
Abstract: UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. Records related to Dayhoff's development of the Veterans' Administration VistA Imaging System, which integrates clinical images, scanned documents, and other non-textual data into a patient's electronic medical record.
United States. War Dept. / [1795, 1808-1809] Title: U.S. War Dept. Army Data 1795, 1808-1809
Abstract: Miscellaneous orders relating to daily activities for U.S. Army regiments traveling and stopping at forts and camps along the Mississippi River, 1808-1809.
University of Colorado. School of Medicine. Child Research Council / [1928-1966] Title: Child Research Council Archives 1928-1966
Abstract: Consists of annual reports of the director. Dr. Alfred H. Washburn was director of the Child Research Council from 1930-1960.
Unknown / [1803] Title: Reise nach San Moritz 1803
Abstract: A twelve-page journal, handwritten in German, recounting an unnamed person's trip to St. Moritz.
Unknown / [1910-1918] Title: Clippings on public health in Hawaii 1910-1918
Abstract: Contains clippings, apparently once part of a scrapbook, for 1910-1911 and 1915-1916, with one item from 1918.
Unknown / [1852-1890] Title: Invitations to medical society meetings 1852-1890
Abstract: Invitations and notices for meetings held by various medical societies in Massachusetts, New York, and the District of Columbia.
Unknown / [1861-1935] Title: Ophthalmology letters collection 1861-1935
Abstract: Collection of letters relating to ophthalmology.
Unknown / [1859] Title: Excerpts and ruminations / by one of the ruminantia 1859
Abstract: Commonplace book, with some reference to medical subjects.
Unknown hospital / [1966-1968; 1977] Title: Adenocarcinoma hospital cases collection 1966-1968; 1977
Abstract: UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. Survey of adenocarcinoma cases in an unknown hospital, with case records but not including patient names.