Correspondence, ca. 1880s-1925.

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Hays, I. Minis (Isaac Minis), 1847-1925. Correspondence, ca. 1880s-1925.

Correspondence, ca. 1880s-1925.

This collection consists of letters from doctors, relating to medicine and medical publications and editing, as well as medical organizations. Most significant of the correspondence is that with John Shaw Billings (ca. 60 letters).

ca. 250 items.

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