1993.X.1 Cora M. Ballard, M.D. PHOTOGRAPHS, c. 1890 1 photograph Portrait. Dr. Ballard was the chair of the International Medical Womanís Association for the Promotion of Post-graduate Study in 1930, and it is believed that she practiced in New York or Boston. It is also believed that she was the first woman physician ever permitted to give a lecture at Harvard University, although there is currently no evidence of this.
1993.X.3 materials belonging to Dr. Kirtane collection on Anandibhai Joshee, WMC 1886
1993.X.4 Dr. Kirtane collection on Anandibhai Joshee, WMC 1886, 1992-1993 1: video tape of a short film:Dr. Anandibai Joshi: Time and Achievement, 1993; .2: photograph: headstone of Anandibai Joshee in rural Cemetary in Poughkeepsie, c. 1992; .3: photograph: headstone of Anandibai Joshee in Rural Cemetary in Poughkeepsie, 1992; .4: photograph: Anandibhai Joshee's father's home, where she lived until she married, 1992. Anjali Kirtane.
1993.X.5 New York Medical College and Hospital for Women papers, [1922-1929] Materials relating to the New York Medical College and Hospital for Women, [1922-29]: clippings, correpondence, brochure, Supreme Court opinion
1993.X.7 Elizabeth Blackwell and her Alma Mater by Malcolm Sanders Johnston, 1947 Signed copy of the booklet Elizabeth Blackwell and her Alma Mater by Malcolm Sanders Johnston.
1993.X.8 Life magazine: December 10, 1945, Vol 19, No.24: contains article with photographs: "Girls' Medical School" about Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1945
1993.X.9 Practical anatomy notebook, c. 1989 One practical anatomy notebook, c. 1989 containing exams as well as notes.
1993.X.10 National Board records, 1989 National Board Award binder: contains materials regarding invitations, awardee, selection committee meeting, expenses, correspondence, lists of American medical societies, deans of U.S. medical schools and CEO's.
1993.X.11 Lillian Seitsive, M.D. papers, [c. 1985 - 1993] materials related to Lillian Seitsive, M.D., WMC 1931: photographs, Northridge Hospital Medical Center publications, copies of pages from a "tribute" book.
1993.X.13 Materials related to the Student American Medical Association (SAMA), particularly regarding student activism in the 1960s and 70s, and WMC's Student Government Association (SGA; includes meeting minutes, audio interviews on tape, SAMA booklet, [1972-93] (bulk 1990s) A Handbook for Change, 1972, a paper by Sofia Ali titled "Activism in the Sixties as an Impetus for Change in Medical Schools”, and documents relating to student life and government at WMC in the early 1990s.
1993.X.14 "Women in Medicine" possibly by Aldona Bulata, n.d.
1993.X.15 Educating for Health & Prevention: a history of the Department of Community and Preventive Medicine of the (Woman's) Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1993
1993.1 materials belonging to Ethel M. Hamilton, M.D. (WMC 1934) PAPERS, [1879-1986] Approximately 50 volumes and booklets, 1 notebook, and 3 ln. in. of printed materials.
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Dr. Hamilton was the first heart clinic clerk at WMC. This collection consists largely of textbooks, some from around the turn of the century; works of fiction with medical themes and medical histories; some printed materials related to WMC/MCP such as commencement, homecoming, alumnae/i association and other items; Dr. Hamiltonís WMC pathology notebook, c. 1933
1993.2 medical instrument belonging to Catharine Macfarlane, M.D., WMC 1898 ,OBJECTS, c. 1950 *NOTE: This is the first of two different accessions with this number.
Dr. Klinghoffer is an internist and was Professor of Medicine at WMC/MCP. She was the long-time Director of the medicine clerkship and most recently served as the Director of Student Teaching Programs in the Department of Medicine. She also served as President of the Alumnae/i Association. The collection includes: correspondence and other papers related to her work with the Alumnae/i Association, 1984-90 and fundraising campaigns, [1951-86]; medical staff, c. 1977-79; curriculum committee, 1983; homecoming 1990; memorial funds and committees, c. 1981-92; presentations and citations, c. 1982-92.
Dr. Dickinson was a general practitioner who also worked in a hospital lab and in anesthesiology. She later supervised the womenís side of Southwestern State Hospital in Virginia. Finally, she worked at St. Albans Sanatorium, a psychiatric hospital owned and operated by her family. The collection includes: Dr. Dickinsonís clinical notebook from her student days at WMC, 1923; news clippings; photographs, [c. 1923 - 1975]; photograph album, 1919-22; certificate, 1973.
1993.4 materials related to Anthony De Casperis, M.D., MCP 1974 PAPERS, c. 1975 6 books, a notebook, and collection of articles Dr. De Casperis was a surgeon and instructor at Hahnemann Medical College Hospital in the late 1970s and 1980's. The collection includes: medical textbooks by women physicians; copies of articles; and Dr. De Casperisí student notebook, c. 1974.
1993.5 sketch of WMC buildings on Henry Avenue NON-TEXTUAL, c. 1960 sketch of WMC buildings on Henry Avenue, by Frank Davis: c. 1960
1993.6 materials related to Marion Fay, Ph.D.: academic robe, two hoods and mortarboard; framed certificate PAPERS, n.d. materials related to Marion Fay, Ph.D.: academic robe, two hoods and mortarboard; framed certificate: n.d
See also: accessions #244 and 1992.11.
1994.X.1 image of MCP Hospital PHOTOGRAPHS, c. 1935 1 photograph exterior of MCP Hospital: c. 1935
1994.X.4 Three firsts: Women Pioneers in American Surgery (video tape), 1992 1.0 objects VHS video tape: Three firsts: Women Pioneers in American Surgery; 55 minutes, 42 seconds.
1994.X.5 Medical College of Pennsylvania video tapes, 1974, 1988-90, 1992 9.0 objects 1: video tape: Senior Day, April 30, 1990, Tape 1; .2: video tape: Senior Day, April 30, 1990, Tape 2; .3: video tape: Senior Day, April 26, 1989, Tape 1; .4: video tape: Senior Day, April 26, 1989, Tape 2; .5: video tape: Senior Day, April 26, 1989, Tape 3; .6: video tape: Senior Day, 1992, Tape 1; .7: video tape: Senior Day, 1992, Tape 2; .8: video tape: Grace A. Goldsmith, M.D., a biographical memoir of Goldsmith, expert in diseases of nutrition and metabolism, 1974; .9: video tape: MCP 1988 Graduation, June 4.
1994.X.6 Lila Kroser papers materials related to Lila Kroser, M.D. (WMC 1957): materials related to the following organizations and institutions: American Academy of family Physicians, Medical College of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia County Medical Society, College of Physicians, Pennsylvania Academy of family Physicians, American Medical Women's Association, Medical Women's International Association; personal materials, publications.
1994.X.8 Nursing textbooks, 1942-1948 Nursing textbooks: .1: Communicable Disease Nursing, Theresa Lynch, 1942; .2: Textbook of Pharmacology for Nurses, Margene faddis and Joseph Hayman, 1943; .3: Principles of Pediatrcits and Pediatric Nursing, Cecilia Knox, 1945; .4: Microbiology Applied to Nursing, Jean Broadhurst and Leila Given, 1945; .5: Nutrition in Health and Disease, Lenna Cooper, Edith Barber and Helen Mitchell, 1943; .6: Textbook of Psychiatric Nursing, Arthur Noyes and Edith Haydon, 1948.
1994.X.9 Alumnae/I Association records, 1966-1994 (bulk dates 1988-1993)
1994.X.12 MCP Alumnae Association minutes, 1990-1992
1994.X.13 Dr. Barbie dol, c. 1993 Dr. Barbie doll, with accessories in original package.
1994.X.14 Mr. O'Brien's reminiscences of Margaret May Nicholson, M.D., 1994 Mr. O'Brien's reminiscences of Margaret May Nicholson, M.D., first woman to graduate from George Washington University with an M.D. degree (according to Mr. O'Brien).
1994.X.15 Memoirs: Dr. Isabella Webster, c. 1994 1.0 objects
1994.1 The Iron Rose: The Extraordinary Life of Charlotte Ross, M.D., by Fred Edge PAPERS, c. 1990 .5 linear feet and 11 slides The collection includes four binders of research materials and eleven slides of Charlotte Ross, M.D. and her family.
1995.X.1-2 WMC Hospital nurses PHOTOGRAPHS, 1913 2 photographs 2 photographs: group portraits of unidentified WMC Hospital nurses.
1995.X.3 Drs. Maurice Michaels and Pearl Gribetz (WMC 1930) PHOTOGRAPHS, 1930 1 photograph One photograph of Drs. Maurice Michaels and Pearl Gribetz.
1995.1 materials related to Edith L. Kristeller, M.D. (WMC 1947) PAPERS, [1942-88] 3.5 linear feet Dr. Kristeller, a native of Germany, was a practitioner of physical medicine and rehabilitation including physical therapy and massage. The collection includes: curriculum vitae; correspondence, [1955-91]; photographs; New York nursing license, 1942; clippings, 1980; association memberships and correspondence, [1955-85]; letters of recommendation by Dr. Kristeller, [1971-86]; letters of resignation, 1967, 1981, 1987, 1988; honors and citations, [1966-88]; committee and society work, [1954-81]; letters of recommendation and proof of work history, [1936-80]; correspondence re: appointments at the New York Infirmary, [1957-86]; correspondence re: education and teaching at New York University, [1942-91]; correspondence re: employment at Bellevue Hospital, NY, [1962-85]; material related to employment at Goldwater Memorial Hospital, NY, [1951-53]; materials re: massage and physical therapy laws, [1973-80]; publications, [1952-69]; materials re: post-graduate course at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, 1976; employment at Sidney Hillman Health Center, 1952; notes, lectures, speeches and related correspondence, photographs and slides, [1953-87]; materials and notes re: osteoporosis, [1975-87]; articles, particularly re: aging, [1950-85]; materials and notes re: geriatric rehabilitation (such as orthopedic problems).