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Otis Historical Archives, National Museum of Health and Medicine Collection
by War Department, Commission on Training Camp Activities
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A pamphlet about venereal disease, directed to members of the U.S. military during World War 1.
Topic: World War 1, venereal disease, sexually transmitted diseases
Written by George A. Otis and D.L. Huntington. Covers "Wounds and Injuries of the Lower Extremities," "Miscellaneous Injuries," "Wounds and Complications," "Anesthetics," "The Medical Staff and Materia Chirurgica," and "Transportation of the Wounded."
Topics: Civil War, military medicine, Medicine, Military -- History United States, Surgery, Military,...
Typewritten text of medical subject matter, captured during the Vietnam War. Many hand-drawn illustrations. Additional handwritten notes. Untranslated. Author unknown.
Topics: medical, Vietnam, Vietnam War, journal, orthopedics, surgical
Prepared, under the direction of Joseph K. Barnes, Surgeon General United States Army, by George A. Otis, Assistant Surgeon, United States Army. Includes a chronological summary of engagements and battles. Covers wounds and injuries of the head, face, neck, spine, and chest.
Topics: Civil War, military medicine, Medicine, Military -- History United States, Surgery, Military,...
Prepared under the direction of Surgeon General John Moore, United States Army, by Charles Smart, Major and Surgeon, United States Army. Covers medical statistics; camp fevers and other miasmatic diseases; scurvy; diseases attributed to non-miasmatic exposure; and other diseases such as Nostalgia, Army Itch, Poisoning, Alcoholism, and Venereal Diseases.
Topics: Civil War, military medicine, Medicine, Military -- History United States, Medical care, United...
Prepared under the direction of Joseph K. Barnes, Surgeon General, United States Army, by Joseph Janvier Woodward, Surgeon, United States Army.
Topics: Civil War, military medicine, Medicine, Military -- History United States, Medical care, United...
A description, and directions for use, of illumination equipment that can be used on any Leitz microscope. The Phase Contrast Equipment offers the possibility of adjustable lighting from brightfield to phase contrast to darkfield.
Topic: microscopes, illumination, laboratory equipment
Eleventh of 15 volumes covering all aspects of the US Army's role in World War 1.
Topics: military medicine, World War 1, World War, US Army, Surgeon General's Office, military surgery,...
Prepared under the direction of Joseph K. Barnes, Surgeon General United States Army, by J.J. Woodward, Assistant Surgeon United States Army. Consists of a series of statistical tables summarizing the monthly reports made to the Surgeon General regarding the Sickness of the Army, Deaths, and Discharges and is arranged into two groups: Part I refers to "Sickness and Mortality of White Troops" and Part II to "Colored Troops."
Topics: Civil War, military medicine, Medicine, Military -- History United States, Surgery, Military,...
Written by the students of The Army School of Nursing's class of 1921. This is the Annual (Yearbook) from Walter Reed General Hospital in Washington, DC, and Letterman General Hospital in San Francisco, California.
Topics: Walter Reed General Hospital, Letterman General Hospital, Nursing, Yearbooks, Annuals, Nurses,...
Otis Historical Archives, National Museum of Health and Medicine Collection
by Armed Forces Institute of Pathology
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A handbook for casualty simulation in disaster, focusing on three factors important for successful training: 1. Staging - the surroundings within which the casualty may be found; 2. Acting - the ability of individuals to portray the symptoms of an injured person; and 3. Make-up - the creation of simple or complex wounds which add realism to the situation.
Topic: disaster preparedness, disaster simulation, disaster training, wounds and injuries, moulage, first...
Thirteenth of 15 volumes covering all aspects of the US Army's role in World War 1. "Part 1, Physical Reconstruction and Vocational Education" written by Maj. A.G. Crane, S.C. and "Part 2, The Army Nurse Corps" written by Julia C. Stimson, Superintendent, Army Nurse Corps.
Topics: military medicine, World War 1, World War, US Army, Surgeon General's Office, military surgery,...
The proceedings of the 7th Saranac Silicosis Symposium, held at Saranac Lake, New York September 22-26, 1952, during Dr. Arthur J. Vorwald’s tenure at the Saranac Laboratory. Includes the September 24, 1952 session on “Pneumoconiosis and Pulmonary Cancer.”
Topics: pneumoconiosis, pulmonary disease, pulmonary cancer, Saranac Conference, 7th Saranac Conference,...
Catalog or logbook of woodcuts for publications of the Army Medical Museum, of Surgical Specimens 1-2000 (MM 8590), with engravings of specimens cut out and pasted onto pages, with section and specimen numbers. Ca. 19th century.
Topics: Army Medical Museum, pathology, pathological specimens, anatomical specimens, woodcuts,...
Washington, DC: GPO, 1962. A history of the Army Medical Museum and its successor the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology
Topics: military medicine, pathology, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Civil War, Surgeon General's...
1866 Catalog of Medical Supplies published by S. Maw and Sons, London. Scanned from a photocopy.
Topics: medical supplies, medicine, surgical instruments
"Based on observations made on draft recruits, 1917-1918, and on veterans at demobilization, 1919." Written by Charles B. Davenport, Carnegie Institution of Washington (Formerly Major S.C., U.S.A.) and Albert G. Love, Major, M.C., U.S.A. Published by the Government Printing Office. Fifteenth of 15 volumes covering all aspects of the US Army's role in World War 1.
Topics: military medicine, World War 1, World War, US Army, Surgeon General's Office, military surgery,...
Otis Historical Archives, National Museum of Health and Medicine Collection
by John Mayall Jr.
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Lectures on the history of the microscope by British collector John Mayall, Jr. excerpted from the Journal of the Society of the Arts, 1885-1888. Scanned from microfilm printouts.
Topics: microscopy, microscope, history of technology, history of medicine, history of science
Twelfth of 15 volumes covering all aspects of the US Army's role in World War 1.
Topics: military medicine, World War 1, World War, US Army, Surgeon General's Office, military surgery,...
Otis Historical Archives, National Museum of Health and Medicine Collection
by Armed Forces Institute of Pathology
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1965 Report of Lt. Col. Pierre A. Finck regarding his participation in the 1963 autopsy of President John F. Kennedy. Along with Finck's report to AFIP head Dr. Joe Blumberg, he includes segments of the report of the Warren Commission. This is scanned from a photocopy, but the Museum holds the original.
Topics: Kennedy John F.(John Fitzgerald) 1917-1963 Assassination, Pierre Finck, ballistics
Topics: Army Medical Museum, pathology, exhibits, Washington, DC, Civil War, military medicine
Artificial collection of Museum exhibits records (incomplete). The division was made part of Museum Programs in 1987, reestablished in 1989, transferred to AFIP's Scientific Illustration Division in 1990, and reestablished again in 1993. The materials in this series include catalogs, labels, photographs, artwork, scripts, and correspondence related to exhibit development, installation and evaluation. Also includes slides of exhibits in other museums. Three exhibits comprise the majority of...
Topics: National Museum of Health and Medicine, Museum Records, Exhibit Division
Otis Historical Archives, National Museum of Health and Medicine Collection
by Elbert DeCoursey
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A compilation of four separate films created by or on behalf of Elbert DeCoursey of the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission: 1. Japan, October/November 1945 (22 minutes) [Primarily tourist-type footage.] 2. Atomic Bomb Studies - Nagasaki (17 minutes) [Gross tissue and microscope slides of damaged tissue at various intervals post-exposure.] 3. Medical aspects - Atomic Warfare (20 minutes) [Presentation of several people exposed to radiation.] 4. DeCoursey Footage in Japan (1 minute 30 seconds)
Topics: World War 2, WW2, atomic bomb, a-bomb, radiation, Japan, Nagasaki, medicine, Atomic Bomb Casualty...
Otis Historical Archives, National Museum of Health and Medicine Collection
by Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Washington DC
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The Army Medical Museum's section of the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology's 1996 annual report.
Topics: Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Army Medical Museum, reports, annual reports
Otis Historical Archives, National Museum of Health and Medicine Collection
by Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Washington DC
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The Army Medical Museum's section of the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology's 1992 annual report.
Topics: Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Army Medical Museum, reports, annual reports
Catalog or logbook of the holdings of the Army Medical Museum's Medical Section (items related to diseases not surgically treated). Includes Section numbers 882-1477, renumbered as PS (Pathological Section) numbers 8331-8927. Dates from 1864-1879.
Topics: catalog, logbook, Army Medical Museum, diseases, anatomical specimens
"In the United States" written by Col. Pearce Bailey, M.C., Lieut. Col. Frankwood E. Williams, M.C. and Sergt. Paul O. Komora, M.D. "In the American Expeditionary Forces" written by Col. Thomas W. Salmon, M.C. and Sergt. Norman Fenton, M.D. Published by the Government Printing Office. Tenth of 15 volumes covering all aspects of the US Army's role in World War 1.
Topics: military medicine, World War 1, World War, US Army, Surgeon General's Office, military surgery,...
Otis Historical Archives, National Museum of Health and Medicine Collection
by Office of the Surgeon General, United States Army
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A magazine on the reconstruction of soldiers and sailors, World War 1 from August 1918.
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Topics: reconstruction, rehabilitation, therapy, vocational therapy, physical therapy, American Red Cross
Catalog or logbook of the holdings of the Army Medical Museum's Comparative Anatomy Section (veterinary specimens) from nd-1881. Includes CA Section numbers 1822-2422. Duplicates entries in logbook, "Skeletons of Fishes."
Topics: Army Medical Museum, comparative anatomy, veterinary, fish, catalog, logbook
Written by Col. William N. Bispham, M.C. Published by the Government Printing Office. Seventh of 15 volumes covering all aspects of the US Army's role in World War 1.
Topics: military medicine, World War 1, World War, US Army, Surgeon General's Office, military surgery,...
Otis Historical Archives, National Museum of Health and Medicine Collection
by Army School of Nursing, Class of 1926
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Written by the students of The Army School of Nursing's class of 1926. This is the Annual (Yearbook) from Walter Reed General Hospital in Washington, DC, and Letterman General Hospital in San Francisco, California.
Topics: Walter Reed General Hospital, Letterman General Hospital, Nursing, Yearbooks, Annuals, Nurses,...
These photographs depict medical activities during the Spanish-American War. Box 001 consists mainly of the bound volume Medical Department Activities in Puerto Rico. Boxes 002 and 003 are loose photographs from the Philippine Islands, Puerto Rico, and Cuba. A number of the photographs may have been taken by Army Medical Museum staff. Some of the photographs in the Philippines were probably taken by Lt. C.F. O'Keefe. See also Harper's Pictorial History of the War with Spain (New York: Harper...
Topics: Spanish-American War, Puerto Rico, Cuba, Philippines, C.F. O'Keefe, Medical Department, Army...
Capt. Marlene DeMaio received a B.S. in Biology from Brown University in Providence, R.I. in 1981. She then went on to complete her graduate training at Hahnemann Medical College in Philadelphia in 1985. Expanding her knowledge further still, she attended postgraduate training at Yale-New Haven Hospital, Louisiana State University and the Cincinnati Sportsmedicine and Orthopedic Center. DeMaio was commissioned into the Navy as a lieutenant commander in July 1992. In 2004, she was awarded the...
Topics: Marlene DeMaio, Body Armor, Protection of Military Forces, Orthopedic Surgery, Trauma Studies,...
This collection consists of grant applications, records, animal model manuscripts, course materials, exhibit materials, workshop and symposia records, administrative records, animal model photographs, financial records, and comparative pathology bulletins.
Topics: Registry of Comparative Pathology, Animal Models
This collection consists of 76 prize-winning photographs from several years of the American Society of Clinical Pathologists annual contest. No reproductions allowed as the Otis Historical Archives does not hold the copyright. The following inventory includes information about the prize, photographer, title of the image, place the photograph was taken, and the NMHM accession number.
Topics: American Society of Clinical Pathologists, Pathology, Photograph Competition
This collection consists primarily of newspaper, magazine, and journal articles, arranged chronologically, that reference the Museum or Museum staff. Articles written by Museum staff are also included in this collection, which overlaps and complements OHA 69âMuseum Records: Publications. This collection also includes a few audio and videotapes of media programs. SEE ALSO Museum Records: Education/Public Programs, Levinson Office Files, and the NMHM Audiovisual Collection for related material.
Topics: Army Medical Museum, Clippings, Articles, Publications, Museum Records
Otis Historical Archives, National Museum of Health and Medicine Collection
by Edward A. Olson Company, Ashland, Massachusetts
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A booklet describing the Kolff-Brigham artificial kidney: technical information, its parts, and a list of specifications.
Topics: hemodialysis, dialysis, artificial kidney, medical equipment, hemodialyser, kidney failure
2-sided sheet folded into a booklet explaining awards in the United States military. This scan is of the two sheets.
Topics: pharmaceuticals, uniforms, US Army, US Navy, US Marines, trade literature, World War 2, Civil War
Otis Historical Archives, National Museum of Health and Medicine Collection
by Enrique Mendez, Jr., Charles Stuart Kennedy
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Oral history of Dr. Enrique Mendez, Jr. Born 1931 in Puerto Rico; M.D. in 1954 from Loyola University in Chicago, joined Army, residency at Brooke General Hospital (San Antonio) in internal medicine, served various places in US, Germany, and Italy till 1970, chief of Medical Corps Career Activities in Washington, D.C. (1970-1973), chief of operations for Health Services Command at Fort Sam Houston (1973-1976), in 1976 became brigadier general and director of health care operations at Surgeon...
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Topics: oral history, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Medical Corps,...
Otis Historical Archives, National Museum of Health and Medicine Collection
by Sara Gonzalez (2010); Eric W. Boyle (2012)
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This collection consists of one 17â W x 15â H leather-bound scrapbook which belonged to Doctor and Brigadier General Raymond Osborne Dart, who was born in Kansas City, Kansas on 5 July, 1890. After receiving a Bachelorâs degree from the University of Kansas and a medical degree from Rush Medical College at the University of Chicago in 1916, he entered the U. S. Army in 1917. In 1923 he became Assistant Pathologist of the Army Medical Museum, moving up to Pathologist from 1927 - 1928. From...
Topics: Raymond Osborne Dart, Pathologist, Army Medical Museum, Curator, Board of Health Laboratory, Panama...
This collection consists primarily of copies of records of the New York City Medical Examiner's Office, from autopsy cases related to specimens held in NMHMâs Anatomical Collections. Boxes 001 and 002 in the collection consist of files labeled by case numbers, covering the period from 1955-1984, but concentrated in the 1960s and early 1970s. Each of the nearly 250 case files includes a range of material such as police reports, notices of death, identification forms, laboratory reports, autopsy...
Topics: New York Medical Examiner, Autopsy Records, Anatomical Specimens, Case Files, Milton Helpern
This collection consists of a book, photograph, and certificates donated by George L. Armitage III in 1985. Armitage was born in 1891 in Chester, Pennsylvania, the son of George L. Armitage and Mary Marshall. He graduated from Chester High School in 1909 and Jefferson Medical College in 1913. He was commissioned as First Lieutenant in the U.S. Army Medical Corps in 1917 and became Captain in 1919. Following his military career, he practiced medicine and surgery in Chester, where he became Chief...
Topics: George L. Armitage, U.S. Army Medical Corps, Chester-Crozer Hospital
Otis Historical Archives, National Museum of Health and Medicine Collection
by Coal Mines Administration, US Department of the Interior
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(Report of the Coal Mines Administration, 1947), well-illustrated with photographs of life in coal towns.
Topics: Coal Mines Administration, public health, industrial medicine, West Virginia, Pennsylvania,...
Otis Historical Archives, National Museum of Health and Medicine Collection
by Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Washington DC
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The Army Medical Museum's section of the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology's 1993 annual report.
Topics: Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Army Medical Museum, reports, annual reports
Otis Historical Archives, National Museum of Health and Medicine Collection
by Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Washington DC
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Excerpts from the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology's (AFIP) annual reports, from the years 1947-1991, pertaining to the Army Medical Museum.
Topics: Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Army Medical Museum, reports, annual reports
Otis Historical Archives, National Museum of Health and Medicine Collection
by National Museum of Health and Medicine, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology
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The 2009 edition of the Guide to the Collections at the National Museum of Health and Medicine. It includes the following collecting divisions: Historical, Anatomical, Neuroanatomical, Human Developmental Anatomy, and Archives.
Topics: Guide to Collections, Otis Historical Archives, National Museum of Health and Medicine, inventory
Otis Historical Archives, National Museum of Health and Medicine Collection
by Cathy Sorge (2007); Eric W. Boyle (2012)
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The Haymaker Collection consists of the personal and business papers of Dr. Webb Edward Haymaker (1902-1984). Haymaker served as Chief of the Neuropathology Branch of the Army Institute of Pathology (AIP) which later evolved into the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP), from 1942 until 1961. Included in the collection are papers documenting Haymakerâs time in the Army Reserves and his career at the AFIP. Dr. Haymaker was a world renowned neuropathologist whose career spanned six decades...
Topics: Webb Edward Haymaker, Neuropathology Branch, Army Institute of Pathology, Armed Forces Institute of...
This collection includes two duplicate volumes of 30 photographs made by the Museum for exhibition at the U.S. Centennial International Exhibition (also known as the International Exposition of 1876). They show Army hospitals and models of ambulances and hospital buildings, railroad cars, and ships. There is also a group portrait including Museum assistant curator Joseph J. Woodward. Some glass plate negatives are in the Woodward Collection. Related material is in Curatorial Records:...
Topics: Army Medical Museum, Centennial International Exhibition, Joseph J. Woodward, Expositions,...
Eleanor T. Velenovsky was a Red Cross instructor during World War II. The collection includes teaching notes, newspaper clippings, exams, Red Cross manuals, and civil defense pamphlets.
Topics: Eleanor T. Velenovsky, Red Cross, World War II, Manuals, Civil Defense
Otis Historical Archives, National Museum of Health and Medicine Collection
by Clinical Film Libraries
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A catalog of motion pictures of Medical and Surgical subjects designed for education.
Topics: motion pictures, movies, films, medical, surgical, educational
This collection includes material on joint prosthetics donated by Dr. Clare Rimnac of the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City. Materials include two radiographs, reprints, advertisements, and conference proceedings. See also related objects in Historical Collections.
Topics: Clare Rimnac, Hospital for Special Surgery, Joint Prosthetics
This brief finding aid identifies the major subjects covered in the collection.
Topics: National Naval Medical Center, Pathology, Lantern Slides
Otis Historical Archives, National Museum of Health and Medicine Collection
by Army School of Nursing, Class of 1927
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Written by the students of The Army School of Nursing's class of 1927. This is the Annual (Yearbook) from Walter Reed General Hospital in Washington, DC, and Letterman General Hospital in San Francisco, California.
Topics: Walter Reed General Hospital, Letterman General Hospital, Nursing, Yearbooks, Annuals, Nurses,...
Microscope catalogue from C. Reichert
Topics: microscopy, advertisement
Dr. Marc M. Micozzi served as director of the Museum from 1986 to 1995. During his tenure the Museum's name was changed to the National Museum of Health and Medicine in 1988 and its staff expanded. Micozzi worked for the formation of the National Museum of Health and Medicine Foundation in 1989 and its campaign to relocate the Museum to the National Mall. He also participated in the organization of the National AIDS Exhibit Consortium, a forensic education class with other Museum staff, and the...
Topics: Army Medical Museum, Museum Records, Marc M. Micozzi
This collection contains biographical information on Museum curators, Museum staff, and affiliated researchers. Files on most of the individuals include a biographical data sheet, which details their history of work with museum, educational background, and publications. Additional materials include articles (original, copies, and reprints), bibliographies, correspondence, clippings, commemorations, certificates, conference and symposia publications, photographs and other images, and manuscripts...
Topics: Army Medical Museum, Biographical Files, Museum Records, Curators
Maude Abbott compiled the material in this collectionâs sole scrapbook in order to document the early history of the International Association of Medical Museums, from approximately 1907 to 1924. In 1898, Abbott was appointed Assistant Curator of the Medical Museum at McGill, and was sent to Washington to study the methods of the Army Medical Museum. During her trip, she met William Osler at John Hopkins. Osler subsequently asked her to write the section on congenital heart disease for his...
Topics: Maude Abott, International Association of Medical Museums, International Academy of Pathology,...
Fifteenth of 15 volumes covering all aspects of the US Army's role in World War 1. Written by Maj. Albert G. Love, M.C., U.S. Army.
Topics: military medicine, World War 1, World War, US Army, Surgeon General's Office, military surgery,...
Unbound records of medical and/or scientific subject matter captured during the Vietnam War. Untranslated. Author unknown.
Topics: medical, Vietnam, Vietnam War, journal, scientific
Catalog or logbook of the holdings of the Army Medical Museum's Microscopical Section (prepared microscopic tissue sections) from 1918-1919. Includes Section numbers 12501-17500.
Topics: microscope slides, pathology, Army Medical Museum, catalog, logbook
A guide "designed to minimize the amount of radiation to which persons are exposed during the use of fluoroscopic shoe fitting devices."
Topics: fluoroscopy, irradiation, radiation, roentgen rays, x-rays, shoe fitting, public health, Committee...
Catalog or logbook of Contributed Photographs at the Army Medical Museum, arranged alphabetically by patient's name, body part, or geographic location. Dates from ca. 1869-1894.
Topics: catalog, logbook, Army Medical Museum, photographs, Contributed Photographs
This collection includes the papers of AFIP Geographic Pathology Chief Binford, related to the Washington Society of Pathologists (1 box) and the International Academy of Pathology (6 boxes). The WSP was formed to promote the interest of pathology in DC, encourage demonstration of the clinical value of pathology, and promote the mutual exchange of knowledge between medical and scientific groups. Dr. Chapman Binford donated the WSP files, primarily covering the period from 1950 to 1957, to the...
Topics: Chapman Binford, Pathology, Washington Society of Pathologists, Armed Forces Institute of...
History of patients whose cases have been illustrated at the Army Medical Museum. For checklist of plates, see page 231. No date.
Topics: Army Medical Museum, medical illustration
Otis Historical Archives, National Museum of Health and Medicine Collection
by Army School of Nursing, Class of 1931
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Written by the students of The Army School of Nursing's class of 1931. This is the Annual (Yearbook) from Walter Reed General Hospital in Washington, DC.
Topics: Walter Reed General Hospital, Nursing, Yearbooks, Annuals, Nurses, military medicine, nursing...
Otis Historical Archives, National Museum of Health and Medicine Collection
by oan Redding (1997); Updated by Kathleen Stocker (2010); Revised by Eric W. Boyle (2013)
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Named after Major Walter Reed, the Army surgeon who discovered the cause of yellow fever, the Walter Reed General Hospital opened in 1909. After the Army Medical School, Army Dental School, Army School of Nursing, and other training facilities were established near the hospital, the campus became the Army Medical Center in 1923. In 1951, the 100th anniversary of the birth of Walter Reed, the center became the Walter Reed Army Medical Center (WRAMC). The Army acquired the Forest Glen Annex in...
Topics: Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Walter Reed General Hospital, Army Medical School, Walter Reed,...
The NMHMâs Historical Collections houses dialyzer prototypes designed and built by Arthur E. MacNeill between 1952 and 1954. The Research and Development Division of the Office of the Surgeon General, U.S. Army, funded the development of this device under contact DA-49-007-MD-475, as the use of the artificial kidney by the 11th Evac Hospital in Korea proved the value of this new technology, but remained cumbersome under field conditions. The MacNeill device was compact, easier and quicker to...
Topics: Arthur E. MacNeill, MacNeill-Collins Dialyzer, Kidney Dialysis, Blood Pump
Items in the collection belonged to Earle R. Swift, M.D. (1873-1958). Items include photographs, a license, a ledger, and a notebook of prescriptions, as well as a short biography written by his daughter. These materials were accompanied by a doctor's bag and instruments which are housed in the NMHMâs Historical Collections.
Topics: Earle R. Swift, Prescription Notebook, Ledger, Medical License, History of Medicine
Reports of autopsies done by Capt. Wayne W. Bissell at the 1st Evacuation Hospital, France, in 1917 and 1918. Includes diagrams and some photographs.
Topics: Wayne W. Bissell, Autopsy, 1st Evacuation Hospital, France, World War I
Otis Historical Archives, National Museum of Health and Medicine Collection
by Michael Rhode, Kathleen Stocker, and Eric W. Boyle (editors)
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Guide to NMHM collections held in three departments: Otis Historical Archives (the Museum's records, manuscript and photographic collections, rare books, and art works); Anatomical Collections (skeletal remains and pathological specimens); and Historical Collections (medical artifacts); and two repositories of medical research material, the Neuroanatomical Collections (brain sections) and the Human Developmental Anatomy Center (specimens, models and images of fetal development and brain...
Topics: Guide, Collections, Museum, Medical Archives, Military Medicine
Otis Historical Archives, National Museum of Health and Medicine Collection
by Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Washington DC
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The Army Medical Museum's section of the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology's 1997 annual report.
Topics: Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Army Medical Museum, reports, annual reports
Written by Lieut. Col. Joseph F. Siler, M.C. Published by the Government Printing Office. Ninth of 15 volumes covering all aspects of the US Army's role in World War 1.
Topics: military medicine, World War 1, World War, US Army, Surgeon General's Office, military surgery,...
Catalog or logbook of medical and surgical instruments at the Army Medical Museum. Includes such items as artery twister, artificial leech for uterus, iris forceps, and rotating scissors. Arranged alphabetically by instrument name. No date, but ca. 19th century.
Topics: catalog, logbook, Army Medical Museum, surgical instruments, laboratory instruments
Catalog or logbook of anatomical, pathological, and comparative anatomy specimens received at the Army Medical Museum from about 1863-1865. In some cases the method of preparation of the specimens is noted (wet, wood, etc.).
Topics: Army Medical Museum, catalog, logbook, anatomical specimens, pathological specimens, comparative...
Catalog or logbook of the holdings of the Army Medical Museum's Anatomical Section (non-pathological anatomical specimens) from 1869-1875. Includes Anatomical Section numbers 535-1234.
Topics: catalog, logbook, Army Medical Museum, anatomical, anatomical specimens