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p2179 amphitheatre 1903
Women Physicians 1850s-1970s documents the history of women physicians, beginning with the first medical school for women, Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania (WMCP). Founded in 1850, WMCP trained thousands of women physicians who practiced in all parts of the world, and provided rare opportunities for women to teach, practice, perform research and manage a medical school. Collection includes correspondence, scrapbooks, clippings, college records, images, diaries, publications and ephemera.
Allentown Academy
Correspondenzblatt der Homoeopatischen Aerzt
Sixteen issues of the Correspondenzblatt der Homoeopatischen Aerzte were published from 1835-1836 by the North American Academy of the Homeopathic Healing Art (known as the Allentown Academy), the first school in the United States to teach the homeopathic medicine. Edited by Constantine Hering, the journal contains case notes, observations and questions submitted by homeopathic practitioners.
June Klinghoffer oral history video
Dr. June Klinghoffer
Oral history interview with Dr. June Klinghoffer, 1945 graduate of Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania.
Images of MCP Medical College of Pennsylvania Hospital
Images of the Medical College of Pennsylvania Hospital after its closure as a community hospital. [On Flickr]

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