Harvey Williams Cushing papers, 1745-1965 (inclusive), 1887-1939 (bulk).


Harvey Williams Cushing papers, 1745-1965 (inclusive), 1887-1939 (bulk).

The papers consist of correspondence, subject files, writings, and artifacts which document the professional career of Harvey Williams Cushing. The papers highlight Cushing's years on the staff of the Harvard Medical School and Peter Bent Brigham Hospital. The papers also document his activities in various professional organizations, his research and writing, particularly on brain tumors and on Sir William Osler, and his book collecting. The papers include a large correspondence with prominent physicians, medical educators and administrators, former classmates, students, assistants, and patients, World War I colleagues, and book dealers, librarians, and book collectors. The papers also include material relating to several Cushing family members, many of whom were active in nineteenth-century Cleveland, Ohio.

91.5 linear ft.


SNAC Resource ID: 8022753

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