Papers, 1817-1850, bulk 1824-1825.

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Drake, Daniel, 1785-1852. Papers, 1817-1850, bulk 1824-1825.

Papers, 1817-1850, bulk 1824-1825.

38 holograph letters written by or to Drake concerning the Transylvania University Medical Department. One holograph notebook titled, "Drake's Lectures on Materia Medica," 1824.

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Drake, Daniel, 1785-1852

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Scientist and physician; founder of the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. From the description of Daniel Drake letter to Charles D. Meigs [manuscript], 1847 June 19. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 505834256 Biographical note: Daniel Drake received his early medical training in Cincinnati, Ohio as an apprentice of Dr. William Goforth and engaged in practice in that city. After studying medicine formally at the University of Pennsylvania (1805, 1816)...

Bradford, John, 1747-1830

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Printer, publisher, surveyor. Born in Virginia, John Bradford came to Kentucky in 1779 and settled in Lexington in 1787. In partnership with his brother Fielding, he published the KENTUCKY GAZETTE for a short time, and in 1792 published the acts of the first session of the Kentucky legislature, the first book printed in Kentucky. In 1799 he became the first chairman of the board of Transylvania University, serving until 1811 and again from 1823 to 1828. He played a role ...

Peter, Robert, 1805-1894

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Chemist, physician, teacher. Robert Peter was born in England but emigrated to America in 1817. He lived for a time in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. After attending the Rensselaer School, in Troy, New York and lecturing on chemistry at Western University of Pennsylvania, Peter moved to Lexington, Kentucky, where he became a professor of chemistry at Transylvania University. He also studied medicine at Transylvania, and received his medical degree in 1834. He only practiced m...

Caldwell, Charles, 1772-1853

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Physician. He developed Transylvania University's medical school into one of the nation's strongest and was co-founder of the Louisville Medical Institute. From the description of Letter, 1820 Dec. 9. (Filson Historical Society, The). WorldCat record id: 46763925 Philadelphia physician. From the description of ALS : to James Ewell, 1816 Aug. 13. (Rosenbach Museum & Library). WorldCat record id: 122490275 Surgeon and professor of medicine. ...

Transylvania University

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Historical note: The principal responsibility of the Dean of Students at Transylvania University has been the coordination of offices and programs directly related to non-academic activities of students and student organizations. From the description of Dean of students records, 1930-1991. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 191917646 Historical note: Administration of student admissions and the recording of scholastic records has at various times been the responsibility of the T...