Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: https://lccn.loc.gov/n83733838
Found in 47 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract A collection containing meeting minutes, correspondence, the organization's constitution and by-laws, photographs, and other materials.
Dates: 1959 - 1987
Abstract This collection includes meeting minutes, 1913-1940, copies of the organization's newsletter, 1958-1972, miscellaneous newspaper and magazine articles, photographs, and correspondence, a few rosters, and papers relating to admitting African Americans to the association, 1949-1950.
Overview Radio scripts from the Alabama State Department of Health, Division of Public Health Education.
Overview The Alpha Epsilon Delta collection consists of the rules, rituals, petitions, reports, and memorabilia of the University of Alabama's charter chapter of this medical honors society.
Abstract Diary of druggist who served in the 6th Alabama Regiment. Also includes a biographical sketch and a coroner's report signed by Banks.
Abstract A collection of board minutes, including some organizational information.
Overview Ledger contains minutes of the Board of Physicians and Surgeons of the Montgomery City Infirmary. Through the years the members discussed issues such as visiting hours, expanding the operating room, controlling patient behavior, and finding a resident physician to work nights and therefore assist with patients in the maternity ward.
Dates: 1888, 1894-1896
Overview Correspondence, manuscripts, diaries, and other materials created by Peter A. Brannon, highlighting his career as a pharmacist, an anthropologist, and an archivist.
Overview Mid-nineteenth-century combination cookbook and scrapbook that includes a "Cure for Cancer," a "New broth for the sick," and a "remedy for cholera," among others.
Overview Various materials on the establishment and history of the Alabama Insane Hospital in Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, later known as Bryce Hospital.
Overview A small miscellany of materials including Bryce's appointment as medical officer of ship "Yorkshire," clippings about Bryce, among them his obituary, and copy of his "Moral and Criminal Responsibility," 1888
Overview Collection of published articles, including correspondence relating to, drafts of, and research for the articles, as well as newspaper and journal articles that interested Dr. Burnum, photographs of colleagues and groups, certificates of achievement, and tax information.
Dates: after 1930
Overview Approximately 300 letters sent to Emmett Carmichael by "renowned Americans," primarily from prominent physicians and university administrators from Alabama.
Abstract General Order No. 107 from Chief Surgeon S. Cooper's office in Richmond, Virginia, modifies an earlier order delineating medical officers' reasons for issuing medical furloughs for soldiers.
Dates: 1862 December 17
Overview This collection contains records from an Alabama coal company.
Abstract Documents on Collective Protection probably produced by authorities in Birmingham, Alabama, and Montgomery, Alabama, shortly after the United States entered World War II. They cover all areas of collective protection such as home protection, lighting restrictions, espionage and sabotage, war gases and shelters.
Overview Collection contains materials relating mainly to Dr. Edward Augustus Cook’s medical practice in Kirk’s Grove, Cherokee County, Alabama including account ledgers, daybooks, register of births and deaths, correspondence, and a photograph.
Dates: 1882 - 1920
Overview Cash books of this 19th century Eufaula, Alabama, doctor.
Abstract Correspondence, diaries, journals, speeches, scrapbooks, and other papers of Sarah Ann Gayle Crawford, sister to Amelia Gayle Gorgas, and William B. Crawford.
Overview A scrapbook and accompanying materials relating to the book “With C.H. Ellis Through Central America and Panama: Quarantine Tour of Central America and Panama by Health Authorities as Guests of the United Fruit Company,” compiled and distributed by that firm.
Dates: after 1900
Overview Correspondence, speeches, and writings, relating to his work as a surgeon with the 1st Regiment of Louisiana Volunteers, stationed in Tampico, Mexico, during the Mexican War.
Dates: 1844-1887; Majority of material found within 1844 - 1848
Abstract This is a collection of mostly personal correspondence of Jefferson Davis and his family members, in both the United States and Europe. This collection also includes three folders of photographs and other visual materials.
Abstract The accounts for a drug store in Carlowville, Dallas County, Alabama, 1867-68, including records of customers' purchases and amounts paid and owed.
Overview Five ledgers covering the constitution, by-laws, and minutes of the Ft. Deposit Institution Reading Club (1889-1893), lecture notes, patient's accounts, and what appears to be an accountant's or executor's ledger of payments from at least one estate (1943-1956)
Overview Letters and photographs from the governors of the 50 United States providing general information about each state, including each state’s government (number of state senators and representatives), the state flower, bird, and tree, and the population according to the United States Census of 1970
Abstract A letter written by Francis S. Lyon, dated March 3, 1837, to M. Dickerson, Secretary of the United States Navy, and an 1858 bill of sale with Lyon's signature as witness.
Overview Personal and professional letters to and from Dr. James R. Garber
Overview Correspondence, school papers, clippings, and photographs.
Overview Correspondence, newspaper clippings, and other materials relating to the planning and development of the Hale Memorial Hospital for the treatment of tuberculosis
Overview Application, dated 8 July 1907, filed in Jefferson County, Alabama, for a Confederate veterans' pension.
Dates: 1907 July 8
Overview Miscellaneous materials including newsletters, an employee handbook, memoranda, sales, publicity and marketing information, and other items.
Overview Letters written by Dr. Townsend Heaton, a member of the 70th Ohio Volunteer Infantry during the Civil War
Abstract Subject files, correspondence, reports, and other materials by, to, and about this Alabama senator who served in the U. S. House of Representatives from 1923- 1938 and the U. S. Senate from 1938-1969.
Overview Civil War diary of a soldier in the First Alabama Infantry who was born in New York and later lived in Auburn, Alabama, before moving to Chelsea, Massachusetts.
Overview A collection of copies of newspaper clippings and information about Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and its people.
File — Box 4257.004: , Folder: 15
Scope and Contents Letter from James E. Misplay of Potosi, Missouri, to his uncle Nathan Beadle of Louiston, Illinois, about his recovery from an illness.
Dates: 1843 August 23
Overview A loose set of travel diaries and account books kept by Dr. Jonathan Plimpton Green describing his journey to and from Valparaiso, Chile, and documenting the medical work he did while living there in the mid-nineteenth century.
Dates: 1847 - 1861
Overview Two letters from Jos. (Joseph?) J. France, a nineteenth-century medical school student from Ghana at the University of Pennsylvania, to his benefactor Dr. Sims in Leopoldville in the Congo. There is also one letter from A. Sims to a Dr. Beckley that discusses France.
Overview Originally used by R. G. Betsill, a physician in Pike County, Alabama, as a record of his patients' treatments and accounts in 1855, the volume was used by Mary C. Kelly as a scrapbook in 1866.
Dates: 1855 - 1866
File — Box 4257.004: , Folder: 19
Scope and Contents Two letters from Emily of Liberty, Indiana, to her sister Catherine Newton in Waynesville, Ohio, telling about the family's health and welfare, particularly in the first letter about the impending death of their brother Philander. In the second letter, she talks of her other sisters and their day-to-day lives.
Overview Contains health care and hospital records, along with speeches, chronological files, and newspaper clippings.
File — Box 4257.007: , Folder: 19
Scope and Contents Letter fron Mrs. George F. Brown of Manhattan, Kansas, to Emma Adams of Blacksburg, Iowa, written after seeing Emma's testimonial about the Dover Electic Rings in Hearthstone. Mrs. Brown wishes to know if they will "do all that is claimed" and mentions that her husband and daughter suffer from rheumatism and she from a weak back.
Dates: 1895 December 18
Overview This collection consists chiefly of personal and family correspondence and photographs, together with diaries, essays, literary essays, literary manuscripts, legal and financial papers, receipts, clippings, memorabilia, and printed material relating to Stephens C. Perkins, of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, his wife, Caroline A. Walker Perkins, his son, Julian C. Perkins, and his children. The principal correspondent is P. W. Connor of Virginia, who describes his life in the period from 1840-1870,...
Abstract Diary (and photocopies) and other documents written by Samuel Richmond Caffee, physician and founding member of Avondale Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama. There are also documents written by others about Dr. Caffee.
Abstract This collection contains an unpublished biography of Mrs. Dupont Thompson, a board member of Partlow State School in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
Abstract Correspondence, diaries, writings, and other material of this Alabama native who eradicated yellow fever from the Panama Canal Zone and served as Surgeon General of the U.S. Army
Overview Letters recounting an 1820-1821 journey to Alabama by William H. Ely, Commissioner of the Connecticut Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb. The letters describe both the difficulties of his mission and the lifestyle of the early inhabitants of the state of Alabama.