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Robinson, Andrew Rose, 1845-1924 / [1924] Title: Andrew Rose Robinson Papers 1924
Abstract: Contains articles, a biographical sketch, and a bibliography.
Robinson, Andrew Rose, 1845-1924 / [1890-1919] Title: Andrew Rose Robinson Papers 1890-1919
Abstract: Handwritten notes on various forms of disease, particularly cancer, which have dermatological manifestations.
Robinson, Beverley, 1844-1924 / [1883] Title: Introductory lecture on diseases of the heart: given at Bellevue Hospital Medical College 1883
Abstract: Handwritten text of a lecture on heart diseases delivered by Dr. Beverley Robinson at Bellevue Hospital Medical College on March 22, 1883.
Robinson, Donald / [1938-1987 (bulk 1970-1987)] Title: Donald Robinson papers 1938-1987 (bulk 1970-1987)
Abstract: UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. Donald Robinson was born in 1914. He graduated from NYU and the Yale Drama School. He was a lieutenant colonel in the army during World War II. Robinson wrote about health care and medical topics for popular magazines such as Reader's Digest and Parade. He was a former president of the American Society of Journalists and Authors, and the author of eight books. He passed away in 1991. The Donald Robinson collection contains articles, manuscripts, and research materials documenting Robinson's journalism career. A tiny portion of the collection (3 boxes or so) contain material from his service with the War Department in World War II. It includes: Manuscripts: The Miracle Finders; The 100 Most Important People in the World Today; also plays, untitled books chapters, and articles (several boxes) Research material for writing: articles, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, and medical reports Cassette Tapes: Interviews with medical professionals (several boxes) Correspondence: personal and professional Biographical and subject files on people in the medical profession: includes correspondence, manuscripts, interview transcripts, articles, and newspaper clippings. Interview transcripts Photographs Material from War Department: correspondence, government and war pamphlets, personal correspondence Bound volumes of magazines and photocopied articles by Robinson
Robinson, Joseph / [1974-2001] Title: Joseph Robinson oral history collection 1974-2001
Abstract: UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. Interviews conducted in preparation for two of his books "Mechanisms of synaptic transmission" and "Moving questions: a history of membrane transport and bioenergetics". Interviews are of various important figures in the science of membrane transport and synaptic transmissions.
Robinson, Judith, 1904- / [1955-2001] Title: Background research on Florence Mahoney 1955-2001
Abstract: UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. Research on the life of Florence Mahoney conducted by Judith Robinson for her book on Mahoney.
Robinson, Victor, 1886-1947 / [1898-1947] Title: Victor Robinson Papers 1898-1947
Abstract: Victor Robinson founded the journal Medical life, the first in the English language on the history of medicine, and helped organize the History of Science Society in 1924. The collection contains correspondence, original typescripts, unpublished monographs, articles, notes, and biographical data.
Roby, Joseph, 1807-1860 / [1840-1853] Title: Joseph Roby Papers 1840-1853
Abstract: Lectures and speeches (1840-53) delivered by Joseph Roby in Hanover, NH and in Baltimore, MD on a variety of medical subjects.
Rodbell, Martin, b. 1925- / [1925-1999] Title: Martin Rodbell Papers 1925-1999
Abstract: This collection documents the life and career of American biochemist and molecular endocrinologist Martin Rodbell. The papers consists primarily of professional and travel correspondence, materials related to awards and prizes (including the Nobel and the Gairdner), Rodbell's reprints, laboratory notebooks, photographic prints, and some personal papers. Most of the materials come from the 1970s through the 1990s. The collection documents his extensive professional activities both inside and outside of the laboratory.
Roddis, Louis Harry / [1953] Title: James Lind, his place in medical history / Louis Harry Roddis 1953
Abstract: "To be read at the dedication of a bronze plaque commemorating the bicentenary of the publication of 'A treatise of the scurvy.'"
Röentgen, Wilhelm Conrad, 1845-1923 / [1972] Title: Fundamental contributions to the X-ray : the three original communications on a new kind of ray / Wilhelm Conrad Röentgen, 1972 1972
Abstract: Originals and preservation copies. Translated from reprints of the original papers (1895-1897) by Ernest Kraft.
Rogers, Frank B. (Frank Bradway), 1914-1987 / [1949-1981] Title: Frank Bradway Rogers Papers 1949-1981
Abstract: Frank Rogers was director of the NLM from 1949 until 1963 and was largely responsible for the NLM achieving national status. Primarily correspondence, this collection highlights Rogers' early work at the NLM and for medical librarianship.
Rogers, Paul G. / [1979-20??] Title: Paul G. Rogers papers 1979-20??
Abstract: UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. Speeches, press releases, scrapbooks, reports, photographs, video tape documenting post-Congressional activities for Florida Representative Paul Rogers.
Rogot, Eugene / [1950-1974] Title: Smoking and General Mortality Among U.S. Veterans, 1954-1969 Collection 1950-1974
Abstract: Material related to Eugene Rogot's study to understand the general mortality trends of smokers vs. non-smokers published in 1974.
Rolleston, Humphry Davy, Sir, 1862-1944 / [1936-1944] Title: Centennial of the Army Medical Library : address of Humphry Davy Rolleston 1936-1944
Abstract: Typescript of address. Includes copy of address corrected for publication and a letter of transmittal to Col. Harold W. Jones.
Rosebury, Theodor, 1904- / [1919-2006] Title: Theodor Rosebury Papers 1919-2006
Abstract: Professional and personal correspondence, lecture notes and examinations, writings and drafts, subject files and clippings, and documentation of his involvement with the Pugwash Conferences on Science & World Affairs illuminate Theodor Rosebury's professional life as a professor of dentistry, bacteriologist, author of popular books relating to medicine, and conscientious citizen.
Rosen, George, 1910- / [1960-1965] Title: George Rosen Public Health Oral History Collection 1960-1965
Abstract: Collection of interviews conducted for source material for Rosen's projected history of United States public health in the postwar years; also included is some draft background materials.
Ross, Ronald, Sir, 1857-1932 / [1916] Title: My experiences in Panama / Sir Ronald Ross 1916
Abstract: A brief reminiscence of Ronald Ross's trip from New York to Panama and back during the fall of 1904.
Rousselot, Louis M. (Louis Marcel), 1902- / [1967-1971] Title: Louis M. Rousselot Papers 1967-1971
Abstract: Contains some biographical data, subject files and correspondence.
Roux, Philibert Joseph / [1807-1843] Title: Philibert Joseph Roux Papers 1807-1843
Abstract: Letters and manuscript material.