Papers, [ca. 1918]-1950.

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Murphy, James B. (James Bumgardner), 1884-1950. Papers, [ca. 1918]-1950.

Papers, [ca. 1918]-1950.

In addition to materials relating to his cancer research, there is information in the collection on many of the organizations he contributed to, was a member of, or for whom he served in various official capacities. These include American Association for Cancer Research; American Bureau for Medical Aid to China; American Cancer Society (formerly, American Society for the Control of Cancer); Bar Harbor Medical and Surgical Hospital; Roscoe B. Jackson Memorial Laboratory; Memorial Hospital for the Treatment of Cancer (New York City, ca. 1932-1950); National Advisory Cancer Council; New York Academy of Medicine (1923-1950). Outside of his cancer and medical studies, Murphy helped to develop mobile laboratories for hospitals in France during World War I.

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