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David W. E. Baird papers

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:David W. E. Baird graduated from the University of Oregon Medical School in 1926. He served as Associate Dean, and then Dean of the School of Medicine from 1943 to 1968, was responsible for the administration of the Oregon Primate Center, and a member of the Portland Clinic staff. This collection consists of news articles, photographs, publications, reports, policies, and correspondence from Baird's time as Associate Dean until his retirement.
 
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James A. Baker Collection

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:The James A. Baker Collection is primarily concerned with the military records of James Adolph Baker, M.D. They were created and collected by Dr. Baker and donated to the University by his grand-daughter Sarah Munro.
 
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Adalbert G. Bettman papers

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:Adalbert G. Bettman was a noted plastic surgeon and was well-reagrded for his treatment of burns; he developed the tannic acid silver-nitrate burn therapy. This collection consists of records pertaining to Bettman's personal and professional life.
 
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Book Plate Collection

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:A collection of book plates from a wide variety of sources collected over the years by Bertha Hallam, UOMS librarian has been added to the archival collection.
 
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Reid "Sam" Connell papers

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:Dr. Reid "Sam" Connell is a graduate of Oregon State University and the University of Oregon Medical School, with a master's in anatomy and a doctorate in medicine. As an instructor at OHSU, he taught anatomy, embryology, histology, and neurology as well as overseeing the allied health programs after his retirement. His research focused primarily on enabling those with broken spinal cords to regain function of limbs below the break.
 
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Cottage Grove prescription collection

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:This collection consists of prescriptions from the Cottage Grove area of Oregon, from 1891 to 1922, and newer articles and information from 1989 to 2013.
 
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Cowlitz County Physician's Home Visit Ledger

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:The collection consists of a ledger book listing patient names and information about home visit medical treatments provided by an unknown physician in Cowlitz County, Washington.
 
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Irene and Hugh Currin papers

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:Irene and Hugh Currin served abroad together as nurse and doctor, respectively, with the 46th General Hospital from Portland during World War II in both North Africa and France. This collection contains military documentation, photographs, postcards, memoirs and obituary, diaries, World War II era ephemera from their tours, newspaper clippings, and letters detailing their story.
 
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Division of Neonatology (UOMS) Patient Logs

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:This collections contains ledgers that note assorted information regarding patients and births in the Division of Neonatology, Department of Pediatrics, at the University of Oregon Medical School between 1951 and 1970.
 
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Charles E. Dukenfield lecture notes

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:A collection of lecture and class notes by Charles E. Dukenfield show how medical education was received by students at the University of Buffalo Medical Department in the latter 19th century.
 
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Herbert Merton and Jeanne Todd Greene papers

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:The collection consists of materials that pertain to the life and work of Herbert Merton Greene, M.D., and his wife, Jeanne Todd Greene, centering around Greene's work as a civilian and military physician as well as membership in the Freemasonry and the Anglo-Saxon Christian Association. As well, materials surrounding Jeanne Todd Greene's education, work, and life as a nurse both before and during World War I are included.
 
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Thomas A. Grigg papers

Repository:University of Montana, Mansfield Library, Archives and Special Collections
Summary:The Thomas A. Grigg papers contain correspondence, financial records, and legal records pertaining primarily to Grigg's mining and oil investments in the Butte, Montana, area and to his medical practice (also in Butte) which drew the attention of the federal government during prohibition.
 
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Charles M. Grossman papers

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:Charles M. Grossman (1914-2013) was an instructor at the University of Oregon Medical School; conducted research on the first use of Penicillin clinically, mushroom poisoning, and blood work leading to patents on an early dialysis machine; and later served as co-organizer of the Portland Chapter of the Physicians for Social Responsibility. This collection contains a variety of papers, reprints, travel brochures, correspondence, news clippings, reports, magazine articles, ephemera, bound volumes, A/V materials, and more created and collected by Grossman.
 
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George C. Harris papers

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:This collection is from the school days of George C. Harris, M.D. (1811-1886), a Maryland-born doctor who eventually moved to Oregon and died in Dallas, Oregon. It reflects his student days at the Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia, PA.
 
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Ruby Hills, Kathryn Hilterbrant, and Edith Richards papers

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:These papers document the history of the 46th General Base Hospital during World War II. Composed of the materials from three nurses active in the Base Hospital, the collection contains manuscripts, newspaper clippings, photographs, and photocopies of letters, lists, and other materials with the bulk being photocopies.
 
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Carl Julius Hoffmann Scrapbook

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:Dr. Hoffmann was a Portland native and graduate of the University of Oregon Medical School, class of 1907, who served the community of Woodland, Washington for most of his career. The Carl Julius Hoffmann Scrapbook is a leather bound memorial book prepared by the community of Woodland, dedicated to Carl J. Hoffman, M.D. for his 40 years of medical service.
 
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Curtis R. Holcomb class notes

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:Dr. Curtis Holcomb donated his medical school class notes from 1886-1887 taken while a student at Willamette University's Medical Department (WUMD).
 
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Magnhild Johnsen Oral History Interview

Repository:Pacific Lutheran University, Archives and Special Collections
Summary:An oral history interview with Magnhild Johnsen, a Norwegian immigrant.
 
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Donald G. Kassebaum papers

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary: Dr. Kassebaum was a trained cardiologist whose thirty-year career (1956-1986) went from Intern to Director of OHSU Hospital and Vice President of Hospital Affairs. A wide variety of material illustrates his varied career.
 
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Esther Pohl Lovejoy papers

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:Esther Clayson Pohl Lovejoy (1869-1967) was the second woman to graduate from the University of Oregon Medical School in 1894, served as Portland's City Health Officer and with the Red Cross during World War I, led the American Women's Hospital Service, and helped found and served as the first president of the Medical Women's International Association. She was also a prolific writer. This collections documents Dr. Lovejoy's prominent role in advancing the work of women in medicine, as well as her leadership of transnational medical and humanitarian relief organizations. Furthermore, it contains her manuscripts, correspondence, notebooks, and photographs.
 
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Arthur J. McLean papers

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:Arthur J. McLean was the first trained neurosurgeon in Portland, OR. Alternately described as hot-headed, brash, brilliant, and busy, McLean was known for a tireless devotion to his profession and for being open about his bitternesses and prejudices. The collection consists of research data and manuscripts.
 
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Medicine, Health Care, and Nursing in Montana Oral History Project

Repository:Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Summary:This oral history examines the origins of health care and medicine in Montana.
 
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News Article Scrapbooks

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:Consists of 6 scrapbooks with pasted news clippings, spanning the years 1922-1958, covering a variety of subject matter related to medical practice and education in Oregon, including articles on activities at the University of Oregon Medical School and Multnomah County Hospital. Information about those who compiled the scrapbooks is unknown.
 
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Oregon Medical Association Oral History project collection

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:A variety of Oregon medical professionals were interviewed for a collaborative oral history project by the Oregon Medical Association to highlight the advances in local healthcare over the last century.
 
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Oregon schools of medicine and nursing student records collection

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:The Willamette University School of Medicine, founded in the 1860s in Salem, and the Multnomah School for Nurses, founded in 1910 at the Multnomah County Hospital, eventually merged with the University of Oregon Medical School in 1915 and 1932, respectively. This collection consists of matriculation registries, gradebooks, educational correspondence, and student records evidencing the academic achievements of students from these institutions.

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