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Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:

E. Wilkins Reeve chemistry lab notebook

 Collection — Box SA2
Identifier: MC-00-075
Scope and Contents

This collections consists of a chemistry laboratory notebook kept by Drexel student E. Wilkins Reeve.

Dates: 1934-1937

Anny Elston papers

Identifier: WM-1994-X-010

Anny Elston (1895-1975), a German born and trained pediatrician, immigrated to the United States in 1941 due to the "Racial Laws" in Nazi Germany. After obtaining her New York State Medical License in 1942, she began practicing medicine in New York City until retiring in 1972. The Anny Elston papers include information regarding Dr. Elston's medical credentials and continuing education, her medical practice in New York City, and patient records.

Dates: 1918 - 1976; Majority of material found within 1944 - 1972

Florence Bayard Kane class notes

 Collection — Box 1, Folder: 1-3
Identifier: MC-00-014

The Florence Bayard Kane collection is comprised of the notes and assignments she worked on while a student in the Drexel Institute Library Science Program during the years 1896 through 1898.

Dates: 1896-1898

Genevieve A. Shryock notebooks

Identifier: MC-00-013

The collection consists of six notebooks compiled by Genevieve A. Shryock while she was studying library science at the Drexel Institute of Art, Science and Industry, from approximately 1910-1913. It also contains three small black and white photographs of possibly Genevieve and her Drexel classmates from approximately 1910-1911.

Dates: 1910-1913

George Pleasanton student notebooks

Identifier: HU.084

George W. Pleasanton of Delaware was a student at Hahnemann Medical College and graduated in 1887. Contains multiple student notebooks belonging to Mr. Pleasanton from 1885-87.

Dates: 1885-1887; Majority of material found in 1885-1887

Hahnemann Medical College records

Identifier: HU.098

Hahnemann Medical College administrative and student records, primarily 19th century, including class schedules, matriculation and lecture tickets, student notebooks, newspaper clippings, and a dissection lab photograph. Also contains article drafts for the publication "Hospital Tidings."

Dates: 1870-1950; Majority of material found in 1870-1890

Henry N. Williams papers

Identifier: 2020-010
Overview Henry (Hal) Williams, MD, practiced homeopathic medicine out of his home office in Lancaster, PA from 1950 to 1993. Collection reflects Williams’ practice and interest in anthroposophical medicine, historical homeopathic texts, homeopathic journals, and homeopathic remedies. There is also documentation reflecting the activity of his wife, Dorothea Weiand Williams, his daughters, and his father, James M. Williams, professor of sociology at Hobart College. Materials include wooden homeopathic...
Dates: 1850-1989

Constantine Hering and Calvin B. Knerr family papers

Identifier: HU-100
Overview Dr. Constantine Hering (1800-1880), born and educated in Germany, immigrated to Philadelphia in 1833 and devoted his life to the study, practice and education of homeopathic medicine in the United States. As such, he is considered the father of homeopathy in America. Hering founded several schools and organizations devoted to teaching homeopathy, especially the North American Academy of the Homeopathic Healing Arts, aka the Allentown Academy, in 1836, and the Hahnemann Medical College of...
Dates: 1820 - 2003; Majority of material found within 1820 - 1940

Jacob G. Shoch medicinal and household recipe notebook

Identifier: HU.090

A medicinal and household recipe notebook belonging to Jacob G. Shoch, consisting of various formulas, such as tomato ketchup, varnish, an ointment "good for anything," and an asthma preventative. The notebook also includes newspaper clippings and loose paper containing various recipes. Jacob G. Shoch graduated from Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia in 1827.

Dates: 1849-1849; Majority of material found in 1849-1849

Schall collection

Identifier: 2019-005

John Hubley Schall earned his medical degree from Hahnemann Medical College in 1893. Materials represent the life and work of Dr. Schall, his wife, Nina Schall, M.D. (Cornell Medical School, 1906) and probably their son, John Schall, also a physician, who likely owned some of the journals in the collection. Materials in the collection include photographs, illustrations, correspondence, notes, lectures and speeches, and publications.

Dates: 1893 - 1982