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Clarice Ashworth Francone medical illustration collection

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:Clarice Ashworth Francone studied at the Art Insitutute of Chicago and later studied medical illustration under Max Broedel at Johns Hopkins University. Ashworth moved to Oregon in 1929 and worked as a freelance illustrator, and in 1936, started working part-time at the University of Oregon Medical School, eventually becoming the head of the Medical Illustration Department. She is best known for her work on the anatomy and physiology textbook, Structure and Function of Man, which she co-authored with Dr. Stanley Jacob, professor of surgery at the University of Oregon Medical School. The Francone Papers consist of preliminary sketches in pencil, finished drawings, books, published drawings and proofs of works by other medical illustrators, photographs, and some personal items.
 
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Robert L. Bacon papers

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:Robert L. Bacon, Ph.D. was a great advocate of graduate and continuing medical education. This collection contains applications, bulletins, correspondence, and brochures showing the variety of programs available. Also included are medical illustrations, radiographs, x-rays, and research presentation materials accessioned in March of 2014.
 
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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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Irvin I. Davis Anatomy Lecture Notes

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:Irvin I. Davis' class notes from UOMS in the 1930's have been added to the Archival collection.
 
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Erickson Family collection

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:The Erickson Family collection houses the personal papers of three generations of health science professionals (two doctors and a dentist), Charles A. Erickson, Russell Erickson, Jr., and Russell Erickson, III. This collection which dates from 1906 to 1994, consists of student notebooks, doctor's notes, journals, photographs, drawings and sketches, school ephemera, news clippings, a painting, and various medical artifacts contained within a doctor's bag.
 
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Wilmot C. Foster anatomy lantern slides

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:Wilmot C. Foster, born June 21, 1893 in Sheridan, Oregon, was an alumni of University of Oregon and University of Oregon Medical School (UOMS). He obtained his license to practice medicine in Oregon in 1920 and later went on to become the head of the UOMS Anatomy department. This collection consists of lantern slides used for teaching during his tenure at UOMS.
 
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Use of Taboo Words in Society

Repository:University of Oregon, Archives of Northwest Folklore
Summary:Steven Goodman was a student of folklore at the University of Oregon. This collection includes an essay and fieldwork documentation relating to this student's folklore fieldwork project.
 
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Joseph Kantor Collection

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:The Joseph Kantor Collection contains a 14 x 18 inch volume of A Clinical Atlas of Venereal & Skin Diseases including Diagnosis, Prognosis & Treatment by Robert W. Taylor, M.D. from 1889; The Edinburgh Stereoscopic Atlas of Obstetrics, edited by G.F. Barbour Simpson, M.D. and Edward Burnet, M.B. with a preface by Professor Sir J. Halliday Croom, M.D., and The Edinburgh Stereocopic Atlas of Anatomy, edited by David Waterson, M.D.; and a stereoscope. Both Atlases consist of 7 x 9 inch cards, each with descriptive information and stereoscopic slides. A stereoscopic slide is made up of two photographs placed side by side and creates the illusion of a singular image with depth when viewed through a stereoscope. These items were a part of Dr. Joseph Kantor's personal collection.
 
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Kenneth C. Swan Papers

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:Kenneth C. Swan was a long-time Chief of Ophthalmology whose papers include article reprints, research materials, personal papers, departmental business matters, promotional ephemera and publications, lectures, and meeting notes. They cover not only his own research and inventions in ophthalmologic disease and surgery, but also the creation and expansion of the Casey Eye Institute in conjunction with the Oregon Elks Association.

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