Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains: Articles of Incorporation, minutes of board meetings (1980-1985), names of directors (1956-1973), annual meetings, Reports on Examination (1959-1977), audits, National Blood Policy (1974), financial report (1991), publicity.
The collection contains correspondence, certificates of awards and membership, medical articles (1913-1947) authored by Collins, photographs of Collins' paintings, general photographs, and genealogical information.
The collection consists of yearbooks for the years 1935-1944 in nine bound volumes, lantern slides, and minutes.
The tape includes information about Dr. and Mrs. Emanuel's education, careers, the founding of the clinic, and the Duluth Symphony. Dr. Emanuel speaks in the third person.
This collection contains glass plate negatives and photographic prints collected by Dr. Gillespie. Images include doctors, clinics, hospitals, nurses, the St. Louis County Medical Society, and early scenes of Duluth, Minnesota.
The collection contains personal and professional papers: family correspondence, professional correspondence, literature files, laboratory research reports and notebooks, organization files, grants files, laboratory slides and photographs.
The collection consists of constitution and by-laws; a list of charter members dated 1894; minutes from 1894 -1929; correspondence and mailing list from 1945-1975; biographies, obituaries and clippings; historical accounts of medical developments in Duluth; and notes of member and officer, Dr. Karl W. Emmanuel from 1982 and 1983.
This collection consists of material related to Dr. Irvin Kerlan, including correspondence, awards, obituaries, clippings, photos, bibliographies, writing drafts, and scrapbooks.
Contains minutes, scrapbooks, publications, ephemera, and other records.
The collection consists of five case books by William H. Magie, M.D. They date from 1903 to 1908. Each book contains approximately 50 cases.
The collection contains a bound record book of numerical listing of patients treated at the Morgan Park private hospital in Duluth, Minnesota.
The collection contains miscellaneous certificates, diplomas, correspondence, two photos and an account book of patients for the years 1891-1902.
The collection consists of the records of the South St. Louis County Chapter of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. The records contain minutes from 1941-1961 and a manual for chapters from January 1, 1961.
The collection consists of minutes, programs, financial statements, and rosters from the Association's annual meetings from 1920-1965, originally contained in two binders.
The collection contains biographical information, WWII records and medal, certificates of birth, baptism and marriage, court document of John Harry Peterson’s name change in 1940 to John Hartley Peterson, photographs of John and Barbara Peterson, and a copy of John Peterson’s 1948 University of Minnesota Thesis for Master of Science in Ophthalmology The Effect of Glare on the Accommodation Near Point.
Papers include correspondence, newspaper clippings (many pertaining to Sadowski's daughter), financial documents, and photographs. Also included are notes on ancestry, issues of medical society bulletins, and bulletins of Polish American organizations.
The collection consists of the papers of Tynne S. Kettunen Savolainen. Contained in the collection are: class notes from 1912-1918; 2 notebooks from 1915, 1917; 1 church music and sermon; 5 reprints of pamphlets on a variety of topics; and 2 photographs of classrooms.
The collection contains annual reports from 1888, 1925, 1926, 1935-1975; news clippings, 1923-1977; pamphlets, publications, letters, and emphemera including two White Caps yearbooks from the graduating nurses classes of 1930 and 1947, a graduation invitation from 1945 listing graduate names, and a 75th anniversary publication with the names of honored employees; and four photographs.
The collection consists of two interviews that cover topics and recollections spanning 1919-1960s. The narrators are Sally E. Solomon (approximately 75 minutes) and Pearl Barker (85 minutes).