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Strategic Communications Collection on Institutional History

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:The Office of Strategic Communications has collected a wide variety of materials regarding the institutional history of the Oregon Health & Science University.
 
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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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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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Robert Stone Dow Papers

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:The genesis of neurological sciences research in the Pacific Northwest is detailed in this collection. Dr. Robert Stone Dow (1908-95) was locally educated at Linfield College (BA 1929), and University of Oregon Medical School (M.A., M.D., 1934; Ph.D., 1935). Mentored by Dr. Olaf Larsell he began his life's work in Neurology which resulted in the creation of the Neurological Sciences Institute (NSI).
 
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Lowell and Miles Edwards Papers

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:The family of M. Lowell Edwards (1898-1982) and his son Miles J. Edwards (1929-2006) have donated a variety of materials pertaining to their careers and longstanding ties with the Medical School. Lowell Edwards was internationally famous for his part in the invention of the Starr-Edwards Heart Valve. His son Miles graduated from UOMS (1956) and made a career in Pulmonary Medicine there, including department head (1970-83). After retiring in 1991 he made a second career as a medical ethicist at the Center for Ethics in Health Care.
 
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Elizabeth Curtis French Papers

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:The materials consist of manuscripts, correspondence, and other documents created and/or collected by Elizabeth Curtis French, M.D., spanning years 1926 to 1937. French (1907-1997) completed her medical degree at the University of Oregon Medical School, served an internship at the Illinois Research Hospital in Chicago becoming proficient in child delivery, and completed a residency at the Women's and Children's Hospital in San Francisco, California. French eventually established a medical practice in Portland, Oregon, specializing in gynecology and obstetrics. She continued practicing until her retirement at the age of 81, having delivered over 7,000 babies in a career span of 60 years.
 
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Harry J. Sears Collection

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:Petition and correspondence regarding establishment of a medical school in Portland, Oregon.
 
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Carl Julius Hoffmann Glass Lantern Slide Collection

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:Carl Julius Hoffmann, M.D., graduated from the University of Oregon Medical School with the class of 1907 and served as the town doctor temporarily for LaCenter, Washington and permanently for Woodland, Washington for 62 years. The collection consists of 12 glass lantern slides of bone fractures originally created by Hoffmann.
 
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Charles Nixon Holman Papers

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:Charles Nixon Holman received his medical degree from and served on the faculty of the University of Oregon Medical School. Dr. Holman's papers consist of one document box of notes, correspondence, and drafts of his book, "A History of the University of Oregon Medical School", published in 1977.
 
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Mary Ann Farnsworth Papers

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:Mary Ann Farsworth has donated copies of her papers relating to the Kidney Donation Program which she administered for the Urology Department at the University of Oregon Medical School (which soon morphed into University of Oregon Health Sciences Center in 1974) from 1973-80.
 
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Oregon Dietetics Internship Program Collection

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:Dietitians were one of the earliest health professions trained at the University of Oregon Medical School located on Marquam Hill in Portland, Oregon. The student dietitian training program began in 1930-31. Under the auspices of the Oregon Dietetic Association, the program was sponsored by Portland area hospitals, including Multnomah County Hospital and Doernbecher Memorial Hospital for Children. The program is the oldest on the West Coast and has graduated some 725 dietitians in its 75 year history. The program remains the primary supplier of Registered Dietitians for Oregon and the Northwest. The collection contains photographs, documents, and other ephemera highlighting the activities of the Oregon Dietetics Internship Program's graduating classes of 1955-56 and 1965-66.
 
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Oregon Medical Association: Oregon Medical History Collection

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:This collection provides a variety of materials on the history of medicine in Oregon collected by the Oregon State Medical/Oregon Medical Association.
 
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Katie Riley Public Health Preventive Medicine Oral History Project Records

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:The collection consists of transcripts from digitally recorded oral history interviews with Public Health and Preventive Medicine department faculty and staff conducted by Katie Riley for the oral history project.
 
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Harry J. Sears Glass Lantern Slide Collection

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:The collection consists of twenty glass lantern slides of the University of Oregon Medical School faculty members and their families. The slides were used for a presentation in 1950 and donated by the University of Oregon Medical School Department of Bacteriology Head, Harry J. Sears, Ph.D., from 1918 until 1956.
 
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Laurence Selling Papers

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:The Department of Neurology has donated a variety of certificates, documents and glass lantern slides of Dr. Laurence Selling ( -1964), famous neurologist and chief of the Dept of Medicine for 25 years until 1947.
 
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University Relations & Public Affairs (URPA) Records

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:This collection is a multitude of materials reflecting the wide-ranging interests of the Business and Public Relations Offices. Among them are supply invoices;correspondence with campus,city and state offices;finances;hospital and clinic programs and procedures;student education,commencement programs,catalogs,and other printed materials; and press releases.
 
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UOMS Nursing Clerkship Papers

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:UOMS Dept. of Nursing held clerkships during WWII, which has been defined as "Clinical clerkship: Full-time supervised learning experience in a clinical setting". Several patient studies were made by nurses. Eight of them are included here.
 
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John BeVier White Papers

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:Dr. John BeVier White was born in Shelby, OH, ca. 1898. By 1917, he had enrolled at Stanford University but left school to serve in World War I. After his discharge, he came to Portland to attend Reed College. He received his medical degree from the University of Oregon Medical School in 1927 and completed his internship at Good Samaritan Hospital before entering private practice in 1928. In 1940, he joined the Army and served as regimental surgeon for the 41st Division. He received the Silver Star for valor at Buna-Gona (when he removed shrapnel from his own knee so he could return to action). He remained with the Army until his retirement in 1959. He died in November 1972.
 
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Amelia Ziegler Papers

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:The collection consists of personal papers, publications, printed materials and artifacts created or owned by Amelia Ziegler, M.D. Dr. Ziegler was a graduate of the Women's Medical College of Kansas City, Missouri in 1898 and practiced medicine in Portland, Oregon from 1898 until her retirement in 1948. Materials include Ziegler's doctor's bag containing assorted obstetrical and gynecological implements, lab coat, business card, and patient services log book, as well as a letter to Ziegler, certificates, printed materials, and 2 medical publications.

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