Papers, 1869-1913.

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Papers, 1869-1913.

Papers, 1869-1913.

The Maurice HoweRichardson Papers, 1869-1913, document Richardson's career as Surgeon-in-Chief at Massachusetts General Hospital and as the Moseley Professor ofSurgery at Harvard Medical School.

73.5 cubic ft. in 73 recordcartons, 1 flat document box.

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Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 1809-1894

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Holmes (Harvard, M.D. 1836) was Parkman Professor of Anatomy at Harvard Medical School from 1847 to 1882, dean of the Medical School from 1847 to 1853, and a noted essayist and poet. A paper on the contagiousness of puerperal fever, presented at an 1843 meeting of the Boston Society for Medical Improvement, was his most famous contribution to medicine. His indictment of physicians for their role in causing and spreading the fever was one of the most controversial treatises of the time...

Blake, Clarence J. (Clarence John), -1919

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Blake (Harvard, M.D. 1865) was Walter Augustus Lecompte Professor of Otology at Harvard Medical School from 1907 to 1913. He studied at the University of Vienna in 1866, returning to Boston to practice. He began teaching in 1870 and was aural surgeon to the Massachusetts Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary from 1871 throughout his career; he was also, at different times, president of the Infants' Hospital, manager of Children's Hospital, editor of the American Journal of Otology, and author of a st...

Lowell, A. Lawrence (Abbott Lawrence), 1856-1943

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Nicola Sacco (1891-1927) and Bartolomeo Vanzetti (1888-1927) were Italian immigrants who were tried and executed for robbery and murder of payroll guards Frederick Albert Parmenter and Alessandro Berardelli. The case of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts v. Sacco and Vanzetti quickly became one of America's most complicated and notorious political trials. They were found guilty on July 14, 1921, but the legal struggle to save them extended until 1927. By April 9, 1927, all appeals in the Massachu...

Lodge, Henry Cabot, 1850-1924

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Henry Cabot Lodge (1850-1924) was born into a prominent Boston family in 1850. Through his mother’s family, the Cabots, Lodge traced his lineage back to the 17th century, with one great-grandfather a leading Federalist during the Revolutionary period. Growing up in both an intellectual and privileged household, "Cabot" took naturally to academic subjects, particularly history and literature. Beyond his early devotion to scholarly pursuits, Lodge also enjoyed numerous sports and the great outdoor...

Cabot, Arthur T. (Arthur Tracy), 1852-1912

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Wright, James Homer, 1869-1928

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Harvard Medical School. Dept. of Surgery.

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Prince, Morton, 1854-1929

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Prince (Harvard, M.D. 1879) was clinical instructor in diseases of the nervous system at Harvard Medical School from 1895 to 1898 and associate professor of abnormal and dynamic psychology at Harvard College from 1926 to 1928. He studied in Vienna and Strasbourg following graduation from medical school and on beginning practice in Boston was first associated with the Boston Dispensary (1882-1886), then with Boston City Hospital's Neurological Department (1885-1913). He was professor of nervous d...

Richardson, Maurice Howe, 1851-1912.

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Maurice Howe Richardson (1851-1912), AB, 1873, Harvard College; MD, 1877, Harvard Medical School, was Moseley Professor of Surgery at Harvard Medical School and Surgeon-in-Chief at Massachusetts General Hospital, where he specialized in abdominal surgery. Richardson was named a surgeon to outpatients at Massachusetts General Hospital in 1882 and eventually became Surgeon in Chief in 1911. Richardson was named Assistant Professor of Anatomy at Harvard Medical School in 1887, and was appointed Cha...

Warren, John Collins, 1842-1927

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Goldthwait, Joel E. (Joel Ernest), 1866-

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Cabot, Richard C. (Richard Clarke), 1868-1939

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Richard Clarke Cabot, 1868-1939, AB, 1889, Harvard College; MD, 1892, Harvard Medical School, was Professor of Clinical Medicine and Social Ethics at Harvard. Cabot led the teaching of Social Ethics at Harvard from 1920 to 1934. Cabot also served as one of two chiefs of staff at Massachusetts General Hospital from 1912 until his retirement in 1921. Cabot established medical social work at Massachusetts General Hospital in 1905, and also introduced autopsy teaching at the institution; Cabot's cli...

Mumford, James Gregory, 1863-1914

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James Gregory Mumford was a physician in Boston, Massachusetts and an instructor at the Harvard Medical School. He was the author of books and essays on medicine, surgery, and the history of medicine. At the end of his life he was physician-in-residence at Clifton Springs Sanitarium, New York. From the description of James Gregory Mumford papers, 1874-1915 (inclusive). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702168993 From the guide to the James Gregory Mumford papers, 1874-1915, (Ma...

Richardson, Edward P. (Edward Peirson), 1881-1944.

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Dennis, Frederick S. (Frederic Shepard), 1850-1934

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Park, Roswell, 1852-1914

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Professor of surgery in the School of Medicine at the University of Buffalo, 1883-1914; medical director of the Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. From the description of Roswell Park telegrams, letters, and reminiscences of McKinley week, 1901. (Buffalo History Museum). WorldCat record id: 77481336 ...

Scudder, Charles L. (Charles Locke), 1860-

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Councilman, W. T. (William Thomas), 1854-1933

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Councilman (University of Maryland, M.D., 1878) was a pathologist and taught at Harvard from 1892 to 1923. From the description of Papers of William Thomas Councilman, 1914-1951 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 281427949 ...

Cushing, Harvey, 1869-1939

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Harvey Williams Cushing was born in Cleveland, Ohio, on April 8, 1869. He graduated from Yale College in 1891 and in 1895 received his M.D. and A.M. degrees from the Harvard Medical School. He served on the staff of the Johns Hopkins University Hospital from 1901 to 1912, where he devoted himself to neurological surgery. In 1912 he was appointed professor of surgery at Harvard Medical School and in 1913 surgeon-in-chief of the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, posts which he held until 1932. During W...

Joslin, Elliott P., 1869-1962

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Joslin (Harvard, M.D. 1895) began teaching at Harvard Medical School in 1898 and was clinical professor of medicine from 1922 to 1937. He was on the staff at New England Deaconess Hospital from its founding in 1897 and was also consulting physician at Beth Israel Hospital, Boston Lying-in, and Boston City Hospital. Noted for his clinical work on diabetes, he established the Diabetes Foundation in 1953 and was active in many organizations involved in study of the disease. He developed an ambulato...

Green, Charles M. (Charles Montraville), 1850-1928

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Bowditch, H. P. (Henry Pickering), 1840-1911

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Bowditch (Harvard, A.B. 1861; M.D. 1868) studied physiology in Leipzig with Carl Ludwig, whose laboratory was the center for physiological study. He returned to Boston in 1871 and taught physiology at the Harvard Medical School; was appointed as first George Higginson Professor of Physiology; and with the establishment of the first physiological laboratory, brought German technological methods to the U.S. He helped in planning the Harvard Medical School and was active in public affairs, includin...

Fitz, Reginald H. (Reginald Heber), 1843-1913

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Eliot, Charles William, 1834-1926

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Eliot served as president of Harvard University (1869-1909). From the description of Correspondence of Charles W. Eliot, 1870-1920. (Harvard Law School Library). WorldCat record id: 234339031 Charles William Eliot (1834-1926) was President of Harvard University from March 12, 1869 to May 19, 1909. He also taught mathematics and chemistry at Harvard University (1858-1863) and at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1865-1869). Eliot was one of the most influential educa...

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Professor of anatomy at Harvard; editor of the "Boston Medical and Surgical Journal." From the description of Thomas Dwight letter to Houghton Mifflin & Co. [manuscript], 1884 January 17. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 664829000 Dwight (Harvard, M.D. 1867) was Parkman Professor of Anatomy at the Harvard Medical School from 1883 to 1911 and also taught at Bowdoin Medical School in Maine, 1874-1876. During study in Europe, he obtained experience using frozen...

Codman, E. A. (Ernest Amory), 1869-1940

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Codman (Harvard, M.D. 1895) was a surgeon in Boston, Mass. and lectured at the Harvard Medical School from 1913 to 1915. He was a visiting surgeon at Massachusetts General Hospital from 1899 to 1914, and consulting surgeon thereafter. From the description of Papers , 1880-1946 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 78680732 Ernest Amory Codman, a native of Boston, was born on December 10, 1869, and died on November 23, 1940. In the Brahmin fashio...

American Surgical Association.

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The American Surgical Association was founded in 1880 with the following stated purpose: "the cultivation and improvement of the science and the art of surgery, the elevation of the medical profession and such other matters as may come legitimately within its sphere." Founder Samuel D. Gross began the regimen of yearly meetings in 1880. As of 1882 the meetings were recorded in the printed Minutes of the American Surgical Association. These meetings, along with the record of the meetings, are the...

Cheever, David W. (David Williams), 1831-1915

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Richardson, W. L. (William Lambert), 1842-1932

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Ayer, James Bourne, 1849-1910

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James Bourne Ayer (1849-1910) was a physician in Boston, Mass. After graduating from Harvard in 1869, he graduated from its Medical School in 1873. He was a member of the Massachusetts Medical Society and the New England Historic Genealogical Society. He was elected a member of the American Antiquarian Society in 1908. Ayer was born in Boston on 6 January 1849. He maried Martha Bourne, daughter of Benjamin Bourne; they had four children. He married, second, on 4 April 18...

Putnam, James Jackson, 1846-1918

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Neurologist Putnam (A.B., 1866, and M.D., 1870, Harvard) lived and practiced in Boston, Mass. From the description of Letter, 1907. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 232007497 Putnam (Harvard, M.D. 1870) studied in Europe under Rokitansky and Meynert and became friends with Huylings Jackson. Returning to Boston, he was the first lecturer on nervous diseases ever appointed at the Harvard Medical School; the Department of Neurology was begun with his classes in 1872. T...

Richardson, W. L. (William Lambert), 1842-1932

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Porter, William Townsend, 1862-1949

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William Townsend Porter (1862-1949) was Professor of Comparative Physiology at Harvard Medical School, where he conducted research on the heart, and on the growth and development of schoolchildren. After serving on the faculty of St. Louis Medical College (1887-1893), Porter came to Harvard Medical School to reorganize the teaching of physiology and to introduce student laboratory equipment for his courses, which he made available to other medical programs through a non-profit organization he cr...

Osler, William, Sir, 1849-1919

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Born in Ontario, Canada, Dr. Osler was received his medical from McGill University in 1872. He became Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine's first professor of medicine in 1889. Author of The Principles and Practices of Medicine (1892), Osler has been celled the father of psychosomatic medicine and the "most influential physician in history." From the description of Sir William Osler press clippings, 1905-1920. (National Library of Medicine). WorldCat record id: 14312601 ...

Shattuck, Frederick Cheever, 1847-1929

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Shattuck (Harvard, M.D. 1873) was Jackson Professor of Clinical Medicine at Harvard until 1912, overseer of Harvard University from 1913 to 1919, and consulting physician at Massachusetts General Hospital. His professional concerns were tropical medicine, typhoid fever, and industrial medicine. His interest in education led to administrative activities. From 1898 to 1909 he served on the medical school's faculty committee to revise curricula, during which time clinical rotations at Boston hospit...

Burrell, Herbert L. (Herbert Leslie), 1856-1910

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Dodd, Walter James, 1869-1916

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Bradford, Edward H. (Edward Hickling), 1848-1926

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Ernst, Harold C. (Harold Clarence), 1856-1922

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Ernst (Harvard, M.D. 1880) taught bacteriology at the Harvard Medical School from 1885 to 1922; he was probably the first to lecture on the subject as a part of the regular course curriculum in an American medical school. He was responsible for the organization of a bacteriology laboratory under the auspices of the City of Boston which initially worked toward detection and prevention of diphtheria. He edited the Journal of Medical Research from 1896 to 1922, and he served as director of scholars...

Welch, William Henry, 1850-1934

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Rufus Ivory Cole served as the the director and physician-in-charge (1909-1937) of the Hospital of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, the first hospital in the United States devoted primarily to the investigation of disease. Cole's medical research centered on problems relating to immunity to diseases of the respiratory system, particularly pneumonia From the guide to the Rufus Ivory Cole papers, ca. 1900-1966, 1900-1966, (American Philosophical Society) U.S. ph...

Osgood, Robert B. (Robert Bayley), 1873-

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Massachusetts general hospital

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Dr. James Jackson and Dr. John C. Warren initially sought funds for a hospital in Boston, Mass. which would also be made available to student s of the Harvard Medical School for clinical training. It was incorporated in 1811 as Massachusetts General Hospital, and in 1817 Jackson and Warren were appointed as acting physician and surgeon, respectively. The first patients were admitted in 1821. McLean Hospital was chartered in 1811 and opened in 1818 as the psychiatric facility of Massachusetts Gen...

White, James C. (James Clarke), 1833-1916

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Harvard Medical School. Dept. of Anatomy.

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