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Libman, Emanuel, 1872-1946 / [1885-1988] Title: Emanuel Libman Papers 1885-1988
Abstract: Dr. Emanuel Libman received his medical degree from the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, and was associated with the Mount Sinai Hospital as a pathologist, and attending and consulting physician. Among the correspondents are Maude Abbott, Ludwig Aschoff, Ephraim M. Bluestone, Albert Einstein, Abraham Flexner, Abraham Jacobi, Charles andWilliam Mayo, Hideyo Noguchi, William Osler, M. Rachmilewitz, Humphry Rolleston, and William H. Welch.
Library of the Surgeon-General's Office (U.S.) / [ca. 1880] Title: Synopsis of style : index-catalogue of the Library of the Surgeon-General's Office [ca. 1880]
Abstract: Instructions on the type size and style and arrangement to be followed in the Index-Catalogue of the Surgeon-General's Office, apparently for the first series.
Library of the Surgeon-General's Office (U.S.) / [1904-1913] Title: Library of the Surgeon-General's Office Correspondence 1904-1913
Abstract: Official papers of the Library for the years Walter Drew McCaw served as librarian.
Library of the Surgeon-General's Office (U.S.) / [1889-1894] Title: Record cards of correspondence of the Library and Museum Division of the U.S. Surgeon-General's Office 1889-1894
Abstract: Cards are arranged alphabetically by subject. Most of the cards refer to the Museum, only a few pertain to the Library.
Library of the Surgeon-General's Office (U.S.) Title: Index to incoming correspondence of the Surgeon General's Library
Abstract: UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. Name and subject index to incoming corespondence of the Surgeon General's Library, 1894-1899. Little of the correspondence indexed still exists.
Library of the Surgeon-General's Office (U.S.) / [1890-1915] Title: Library of the Surgeon-General's Office Records 1890-1915
Abstract: Consists of an inventory of furniture and property. Lists cabinets, bookcases, specimen cases, desks, clocks, lights, mirrors, spittoons, umbrella stands, washbowls, water coolers, typewriters, stationery supplies, and other property in the medical museum-library building.
Library of the Surgeon-General's Office (U.S.) / [1914-1918] Title: Library of the Surgeon-General's Office Correspondence 1914-1918
Abstract: Contains official papers of the Library for the years that Champe C. McCulloch was librarian.
Library of the Surgeon-General's Office (U.S.) / [1868-1953] Title: Library of the Surgeon-General's Office acquisition records of publications 1868-1953
Abstract: Invoices for items purchased for the Surgeon-General's Office.
Library of the Surgeon-General's Office (U.S.) / [1876-1957] Title: Library of the Surgeon-General's Office ephemera collection 1876-1957
Abstract: Library manual, 1945-48, along with samples of forms, stationery, book plates, pamphlets, and policies used by the Library, 1876-1957.
Library of the Surgeon-General's Office (U.S.) / [1896-1903] Title: Library of the Surgeon-General's Office Correspondence 1896-1903
Abstract: The head of the Museum and Library Division's official correspondence from 1897 to 1903.
Lieberman, Benjamin / [1935-1939] Title: Benjamin Lieberman papers 1935-1939
Abstract: UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. Contains handwritten notes, a program, photos, and other materials related to the 15th International Physiological Congress held in Moscow and Leningrad in August, 1935. The materials include accounts of travel in Poland and other locales.
Lin-Fu, Jane S. Title: Jane Lin-Fu papers
Abstract: Reading files (chron files) documenting the pediatrician Dr. Lin-Fu's career working for the Bureau of Health Care Delivery and Assistance, Division of Maternal and Child Health as an expert in lead poisoning in children and the health effects of environmental lead pollution. Her 1967 article "Lead poisoning in children", 1972 article "Undue absorption of lead in children", along with the 1971 Surgeon General's Policy Statement on Medical Aspects of Childhood Lead Poisoning, helped define new scientific measures of blood levels as indicators of lead poisoning in children exposed to lead paint and define lead poisning as an American health crisis. Her work helped reset definitions of what was considered 'normal' levels of lead in blood for children, new clinical definitions of lead toxicity for childern and adults, defining what are 'safe' levels of lead exposure, and advocating for exposure prevention techniques.