Records, 1857-1948.


Records, 1857-1948.

Holdings of the New York Academy of Medicine of the records of Bellevue Hospital, New York, [see also Bellevue Hospital Medical College] consist of: manuscript letters and documents; printed and manuscript drafts of reports and lectures; scrapbooks; addresses; photographic prints and negatives; printed ephemera; research materials. MS. Bellevue Hospital, New York. [Case histories], [New York, 1881-1882], 320 p., 31.4 cm. Contains a section on jokes, on practical notes and has a few printed advertisements of patent medicines. In several hands, unidentified. MS. Bellevue Hospital, New York. [Case histories, 2nd division, venereal disease, male and female, wards 10 and 13], [New York, October 1879-September 1880], 2 vols. 31.5 cm. MS. Bellevue Hospital, New York. [Case histories, 2nd division, women's ward 3f and 13], [New York, August 1881-November 1882, 316 p., 31.5 cm.] MS. Bellevue Hospital, New York. History book of the first medical division [of Bellevue Hospital, By] Dr. Culter, Dr. Frankenberg [and] Dr. Roberts. [New York, 1883-1884], 429 p. 31.3 cm.; 211 case histories; Ms. index: pp. 407-437 (versos blank). MS. Bellevue Hospital, New York. Miscellaneous papers, publications, photographs, news clippings, etc. [New York, 1845-1948], v.v.p. in pamphlet box. Ms. 1006, Bellevue Hospital, New York: [Report] to the honorable, the Commissioners of public charities and correction, [New York, 1874], [20 numb. 1. 20 cm.] Attributed to Ernst Krackowizer. Concerns hours for clinical instruction and status of consulting physicians and surgeons in the hospital. MS. 1335, Bellevue Hospital, New York. : Francis, John Wakefield 1789-1861. Address of John Wakefield Francis, M.D., LL.D., New York, 1857; 26 un-numb. leaves. 31 cm. this address on the commencement of the winter course on clinical instruction at Bellevue Hospital, October 19th, 1857, was published in the March 1858 number of the New York Journal of Medicine. [Ms. draft of commencement address is published in the March 1858 number of the New York Journal of Medicine.] MS. Bellevue Hospital, New York. See: Holt, Luther Emmett, 1855-1924. [Notes taken from lectures of Edward C. Seguin and others, with observations of cases at Bellevue Hospital.] [New York City, 1878-1880], 25 p. 21.5 cm. MS. Bellevue Hospital, New York City. See: Robertson, Frank Wade. [Scrapbook of clippings about maniacs brought to Bellevue Hospital in 1897, with annotations in the hand of the compiler.] [New York, 1897], 98 p. 31 cm. MS. Bellevue Hospital, New York City. See: Thompson, William Gilman, 1856-1927. A discussion of the Wright report on the medical and surgical service of the Bellevue Hospital. 1913; 4 l., verso blank, 27.8 x 21.7 cm. Typewritten ms. In English. Ms. 654: MS. Bellevue Hospital, New York City. Carnegie Pathological Laboratory, See: Carnegie, Andrew. [Autograph letter signed, authorizing payment of money for the pathological laboratory at Bellevue Hospital]. New York, April 24, 1884, 1 l. 25.5 cm in 33 cm envelope. Payments to be made to Frederic M. Dennis.

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