Skip Navigation Bar
Search Results
You searched: Archives and Modern Manuscripts Finding Aids for "Substance-Related Disorders" within Subjects, sorted by frequency
Results: 6 matches in 6 records


Refine this search
1 to 6 of 6 records
Sort by:  
Title: Numerous reprints, magazine articles, books, Congressional hearings, and newspaper articles collected by Jill Jonnes for use in her dissertation
Creator: Jonnes, Jill, 1952-
Dates: 1900-1996
Extent: 15 linear feet (13 acid free cartons)
Abstract:UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. A collection of materials in subject folders on drugs, drug addiction and drug abuse used in writing the dissertation and later the book Hep-cats, narcs, and pipe dreams. Collected from a wide variety of sources.
Search Results: 1 match in 1 of 3 Subjects
search terms in context | standard view | full text File Size: 6 K bytes | Add this to my bookbag

Title: Bertram Brown Papers
Creator: Brown, Bertram S.
Dates: 1884-1988 (bulk 1960-1980)
Extent: 68.5 linear feet (165 boxes)
Abstract:Dr. Bertram S. Brown was a key figure in the national effort to redefine and expand mental health services during the 1960s and 1970s. Dr. Brown's distinguished federal career at the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) helped shape many of the decisions which led to these changes. His tenure at NIMH culminated in his appointment as the Director of the National Institute of Mental Health in 1970.
Search Results: 1 match in 1 of 16 Subjects
search terms in context | standard view | full text File Size: 718 K bytes | Add this to my bookbag

Title: C. Everett Koop Papers
Creator: Koop, C. Everett (Charles Everett), 1916-2013
Dates: 1933-2011
Extent: 130 linear feet (164 boxes)
Abstract:Dr. C. Everett Koop was appointed Deputy Assistant Secretary for Health, U.S. Public Health Service (PHS) in February 1981, and sworn in as Surgeon General on November 17, 1981. The collection documents Koop's career as a leading pediatric surgeon during the 1950s-1970s, his activities as Surgeon General from 1981-1989 and the many public health issues with which he was concerned, and some of his post-Surgeon General's career as a health advocate.
Search Results: 1 match in 1 of 20 Subjects
search terms in context | standard view | full text File Size: 973 K bytes | Add this to my bookbag

Title: Leonidas H. Berry Papers
Creator: Berry, Leonidas H.
Dates: 1907-1982
Extent: 5.0 linear feet (11 boxes + 8mm films)
Abstract:The collection includes correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings, publications, and lectures. In addition to his long and distinguished medical career as a pioneering gastroenterologist and influential African-American physician, Dr. Berry was active in teaching, writing, and community public service.
Search Results: 1 match in 1 of 9 Subjects
search terms in context | standard view | full text File Size: 151 K bytes | Add this to my bookbag

Title: Lawrence Kolb Papers
Creator: Kolb, Lawrence, 1881-1972
Dates: 1912-1972
Extent: 5.8 linear feet (14 boxes)
Abstract:Dr. Lawrence Kolb was a pioneer in the medical approach to narcotics addiction treatment and in public health research and treatment of mental illness. He was one of the first to advocate treating drug addicts as patients, not criminals. The collection deals chiefly with the subjects of drug addiction, alcoholism, juvenile delinquency, and mental health.
Search Results: 1 match in 1 of 15 Subjects
search terms in context | standard view | full text File Size: 193 K bytes | Add this to my bookbag

Title: National Institutes of Health (U.S.). Office of the Director. Congressional Inquiries Correspondence
Creator: National Institutes of Health (U.S.). Office of the Director
Dates: 1949-1971
Extent: 2.8 linear feet (3 boxes)
Abstract:Congressional correspondence regarding various aspects of NIH's research programs, appropriations and policy. Topics range from mundane constituent letters to top-level policy questions from Senate and House members.
Search Results: 1 match in 1 of 40 Subjects
search terms in context | standard view | full text File Size: 30 K bytes | Add this to my bookbag