Letters acknowledging associate fellowship, 1839-1850.

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College of Physicians of Philadelphia. Office of the Secretary. Letters acknowledging associate fellowship, 1839-1850.

Letters acknowledging associate fellowship, 1839-1850.

Acknowledgements of election to associate fellowship in College of Physicians of Philadelphia, 1839-1850, from: Richard D. Arnold, John L. Atlee, Theodric Romeyn Beck, Benjamin W. Dudley, Samuel D. Gross, John Hubbard, James McNaughton, Peter Parker, Jonathan Pereira, John Revere, Thomas Sewall, George Cheyne Shattuck, Thomas Stewardson, Amos Twitchell, John Ware, John Collins Warren, and Beverley R. Wellford. Letters addressed to College secretaries, Henry Bond or D. Francis Condie.

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Revere, John, 1787-1847

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The office of the secretary of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia was created during the organization of the College in 1787. The secretary is the appointed officer of record. His original duties were to record the minutes and transactions of the College and preserve its documents and correspondence. In 1834, the secretary was also empowered to keep lists of the fellows and provide them with certificates of membership. In 1863, the responsibility for notifying off...

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U. S. surgeon. From the description of Papers, 1841-1870. (Duke University). WorldCat record id: 35059831 Surgeon and chairman of anatomy and surgery at Transylvania University in Lexington (Ky.). From the description of Letter, 7 Jan. 1834. (Filson Historical Society, The). WorldCat record id: 49217779 ...

College of Physicians of Philadelphia

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The Francis Clark Wood Institute for the History of Medicine was established in 1976 to promote to the scholarly community the rich historical resources of the College's historical library and the Mütter Museum. The Institute sponsors conferences, occasional seminars, and short-term travel grants to researchers who require the resources of the museum and library. According to the History of Science Society, “the Wood Institute is the historical programming arm of the College of Phys...

Twitchell, Amos, 1781-1850

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Warren, John Collins, 1778-1856

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John Collins Warren, surgeon and naturalist, was born in Boston in 1778, the son of Harvard physician John Warren and Abigail (Collins) Warren. He graduated from Harvard College in 1797 and began the study of medicine with his father. From 1799 to 1802 he studied medicine in Paris and London. When he returned, he went into practice with his father. In 1809, Warren became adjunct professor in anatomy and surgery at Harvard Medical School and in 1815 succeeded his father as professor, a position h...

Hubbard, John, 1794-1869

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Atlee, John L. (John Light), 1799-1885

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Sewall, Thomas, 1786 or 1787-1845

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Physician of Washington, D. C. and professor at Columbia College. From the description of Papers, 1826-1835. (Duke University). WorldCat record id: 35359052 ...

Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855

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Theodric Romeyn Beck (1791-1855) was a physician in New York. From the description of Theodric Romeyn Beck letters, 1825-1855. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122532130 From the guide to the Theodric Romeyn Beck letters, 1825-1855, (The New York Public Library. Manuscripts and Archives Division.) American physician. From the description of Letter to an unknown recipient [manuscript], 1833 August 18. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647823342 ...

Parker, Peter, 1804-1888

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Peter Parker, medical missionary and diplomat to China, was born in Framingham, Massachusetts in 1804. His parents were farmers and devout followers of the orthodox Congregational faith. After graduation from Yale College in 1831, Parker studied both theology and medicine and was awarded an M.D. from Yale in 1834. In January of the same year he was ordained to the Presbyterian ministry in Philadelphia and departed a month after for Canton as the first Protestant medical missionary to China. With...

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Physician, educator, and Georgia state legislator, from Savannah. From the description of Richard D. Arnold papers, 1849-1876 (bulk 1875-1876) [manuscript]. WorldCat record id: 24561256 Prominent physician, of Savannah, Ga. From the description of Papers, 1832-1875. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 19106417 Esther Goldsmith (1776-1866) was a native of Charleston, South Carolina. While living in Savannah, Georgia, Esther maintained a residen...

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McNaughton, James, 1796-1874

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Bond, Henry, 1790-1859

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Henry Bond was born in Watertown, Mass., on 21 March 1790 to Henry Manuel Bond. He received his A.B. (1813) and M.D. (1817) from Dartmouth College. After practicing medicine in Concord, New Hampshire for two years, he moved his practice to Philadelphia in 1819. Bond was a member of the Philadelphia Board of Health (1833-1838) and served a term as its President (1837-1838). He also served a term as Vice-President of the Philadelphia Medical Society (1844). Bond was elected a Fellow of the College...