Caldwell B. Esselstyn papers 1945-1964
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Executive. From the description of Reminiscences of Leonard Woodcock : oral history, 1967. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122574194 Labor leader. From the description of Oral history interview with Leonard Woodcock, 1963. (Wayne State University, Archives of Labor & Urban). WorldCat record id: 32321454 ...
Epithet: President New York Academy of Medicine British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000837.0x000346 ...
Lorin E. Kerr received a B.A. from the University of Toledo in 1931 and an M.D. (1935) and a M.S.P.H. (1939) from the University of Michigan. He worked for the U.S. Public Health Service from 1944 until 1948, when he began working for the Welfare and Retirement Fund of the United Mine Workers. Kerr was the founder and first director of the U.M.W.A.'s Department of Occupational Health and was influential in the passage of legislation to compensate coal miners suffering from black lun...
Albert Waldo Snoke was born in Fort Steilacoom, Washington, in 1907. After receiving a B.S. degree from the University of Washington in 1928, he attended Stanford University Medical School and received his M.D. degree in 1933. In 1936, Snoke joined the staff of the Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester, New York, and became its assistant director in 1937. Snoke left Rochester in 1946 to assume the directorship of Grace-New Haven Hospital in New Haven, Connecticut. In New Haven he also taught hospi...
Charles D. Hilles: insurance executive and politician; chairman of the Republican National Committee, 1912-1937; secretary to President Taft, 1911-1913; assistant secretary of the Treasury, 1909-1911; administrator of the Ohio Industrial School, 1892-1902, and of the New York Juvenile Asylum, 1902-1909. From the description of Charles Dewey Hilles papers, 1823-1955 (inclusive). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702154071 Charles D. Hilles: insurance executive and p...
Eleanor Roosevelt (October 11, 1884 - November 7, 1962), wife of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, was an especially active and visible First Lady who, it was claimed, did more to popularize the Roosevelt administration than any other person or factor. Her innumerable trips across the country and visits to workers and their families did much to promote her as one of the people, a democrat with a small "d." She was the first president's wife to hold White House press conferences, and millions of p...
Pediatrician and author. From the description of Benjamin Spock correspondence and photograph, 1966. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70984314 Benjamin Spock (1903-1998) was an American pediatrician, author, and peace activist. He is the author of the worldwide best-selling book Baby and Child Care . From the guide to the Benjamin Spock Papers, 1945-1990, (Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse University Libraries) Epithet: paediatrician ...
The American Public Health Association was founded in 1872 as a professional organization of physicians, nurses, educators, sanitary engineers, environmentalists, social workers, optometrists, podiatrists, pharmacists, dentists, hygienists, and other community health specialists. In pursuit of its goal of protecting and promoting personal and environmental health, the APHA offers services including the promulgation of standards, the establishment of uniform practices and procedures, development ...
Physician, psychiatrist, and psychoanalyst. From the description of Papers of Lawrence S. Kubie, 1943-1979. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71071564 Biographical Note 1896, Mar. 17 Born, New York, N.Y. 1916 A.B., Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. ...
Public health specialist. From the description of Reminiscences of Isidore Sydney Falk : oral history, 1963. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122481519 Isidore Sydney Falk, bacteriologist, public health medical economist, and social security expert, received his Ph.B. from Yale in 1920, and his Ph.D. in 1923. Falk was a professor of bacteriology at the University of Chicago from 1923-1929; a research associate at the Milbank Memorial Fund fr...
Labor activist; ; Kirkland first served as executive assistant to George Meany, 1960-1979, and then as presdent of AFL-CIO, 1979 - 1995. From the description of Lane Kirkland vertical files collection, 1960-1999. (University of South Carolina). WorldCat record id: 44022797 ...
In March 1972 President Richard Nixon called for an "intensive study" and requested a plan for developing a "safe, fast, and efficient nationwide blood collection and distribution system." Nixon's request was the result of several independent events and initiatives throughout the late 1960s that focused on the U.S. lack of an efficient system for maintaining a sufficiently ample, risk-free national blood supply. The primary aim of the policy was to eliminate the nation's dependence on an oft-con...
Horace Jeremiah Voorhis served as a U.S. congressman, and was a pioneer in the cooperative and group health movements. He was executive secretary of the Cooperative Health Federation of America and its successor, Group Health Association of America. From the description of Jerry Voorhis papers, 1947-1974. (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis). WorldCat record id: 63291422 From the guide to the Jerry Voorhis papers, 1947-1974, (University of Minnesota Libraries. Social Welfa...
Bacteriologist; member of the Conn. Dept. of Health, 1914-1917; from 1920-1960, professor of public health, Yale University; innovator in the areas of public health surveys and state and local health councils; frequent consultant and volunteer to local, state, and national social welfare agencies. From the description of Ira Vaughan Hiscock papers, 1918-1979 (inclusive), 1925-1939 (bulk). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702205907 From the guide to the Ira Vaughan Hiscock pape...
Caldwell B. Esselstyn: physician, health care administrator; A.B., Yale, 1925; M.D., Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1929; established the Rip Van Winkle Foundation in 1946 [renamed the C. B. Esselstyn Foundation in 1975] in the Hudson River Valley to provide medical care for the impoverished; appointed to Public Health Council of New York, 1955-1963; organized support for federally sponsored health insurance for the aged [the Medicare Act of 1965]; director of the Commun...
Leona Baumgartner (1902-1991), A.B., 1923, University of Kansas; M.A., 1925, University of Kansas; Ph.D., 1932, Yale University; M.D., 1934, Yale University, was the first female Commissioner of Public Health for New York City, 1954 to 1962, and later became an Assistant Director of the Agency for International Development (AID), a position she held until 1965. She was named Visiting Professor of Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School, Boston, in 1966, where she served until her ...
Labor organization. From the description of American Federation of Labor records, 1883-1925. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70980267 ...