Ephemera and papers separated from books in the Barlow Medical Library collection, 1878-1935.

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Dock, George, 1860-1951. Ephemera and papers separated from books in the Barlow Medical Library collection, 1878-1935.

Ephemera and papers separated from books in the Barlow Medical Library collection, 1878-1935.

Published and unpublished items formerly laid in various monographs and serials in the Barlow Medical Library collection. Includes: receipts, postcards, advertisements, bookplates, bookmarks, and holographic notes and letters. Correspondents include George Dock and William W. Keen.

ca. 35 pieces ; in folder 31 x 24 x 2 cm.

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Keen, William W. (William Williams), 1837-1932

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Surgeon of Philadelphia. From the description of Letter, 1864, Jan. 27 : Philadelphia, to Dr. Brinton. (Duke University). WorldCat record id: 34847965 William Williams Keen (1837-1932) was a prominent neurological pathologist from Philadelphia, and the first brain surgeon in the United States. Keen gained national attention for his then-secret surgery performed on President Grover Cleveland in 1893. From the description of William Williams Keen's material related...

Dock, George, 1860-1951

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George Dock was born in Hopewell, Pennsylvania, April 1, 1860. He received his B.A. Degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1881, where he later entered the school of medicine and received his M.D. in 1884. He spent his internship at St. Mary's Hospital in Philadelphia. He spent roughly two years, 1885 to 1887, in Germany studying with some of the outstanding professors of the day. When he returned to Philadelphia, he was hired by Drs. John Herr Musser and William Osler to conduct autopsie...