ANS. Arranges a meeting.
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ALS. Writes of family matters.
2 letters (ANS) and 2 holograph notes, unsigned, relating to various social engagements.
ALS relating medical notes and observations.
ALS. Writes regarding the settlement of an estate.
ANS. Informs addressee that a Dr. Morel, physician in chief at the Rouen Asylum, wishes to visit their patient, Leon Guibout.
ANS. Asks a colleague to assist him the next day.
Francois Magendie letter, [Sannois, now suburb of Paris], to Dr. Boulard, undated, [between 1800 and 1855?] 1 item
ALS. Asks him to kindly give three or four baths free of charge to a servant girl of his wife who does not have the means to pay for them. Adds that next time he will recommend better patients.
ALS. Sends information on cases of artificial anus.
Letter (ALS) concerning corrections to a report.
ANS. Sets a time to meet the next day.
ANS regarding a competition.
ANS. Accepts invitation.
Note (ANS). Accepts an invitation to dinner.
Dinner invitation (ANS).
Note (ANS) to "Mon cher confrere" Requests meeting.
ALS. Asks Collard to befriend a St. Marc, who seeks reinstatement to his former position as principal of a college.
ALS. Letter of recommendation for Doctor Forester Dexter.
Letter (ALS) informs recipient that Apostoli will send a recent published thesis on his electrical treatment of fibromata.
ANS. Returning thanks for congratulations upon investiture as baron.
ALS. Refers the addressee to Alfred Stille's and John Shaw Billings' writings on cholera.
Letter (ALS) to "Cher Confrere et Ami"
A. Vulpian letter, undated. 1 item
ALS. Writes regarding the editing of a publication on Parkinson's disease.
Edward Cowles note, undated. 1 item
ANS. Sends compliments.
Letter (ALS) describes a treatment for a skin condition. Includes translation. Includes translation.
ALS. Regrets that his present state of health prevents him from visiting Anderson.
Note (ANS). Expects a good season in Carlsbad.
[Ad?] Richard papers, undated. 2 items
2 autographed notes from unidentified French physician.
ANS. A note of sympathy.
Note (ANS) inviting Gilman to an evening with the "Gesellschaft naturforscher Freunde."
Manuscript pages from a proposed, but never published second and revised edition of North's book, "A treatise on a malignant epidemic, commonly called spotted fever". Available are photographs of the title page of North's own copy of the book, which bears marginal notes in his hand. Reader is referred to the article by Pleadwell, "A new view of Elisha North ... ", in Annals of medical history, 6 (1924). The manuscript and North's copy form the basis of this essay.
ALS. Asks that recipient examine bearer of letter. Typed transcription available.
ANS. Asks the President to recommend a doctor from the French garrison in Rome.
ANS. Requests a meeting with recipient.
Letter (ALS). Requests of Mr. Little, a bookdealer, the account against the Western College of Physicians and Surgeons for various medical journals.
Printed burial announcement, Amsterdam, 1775, of the death and remarkable old age of Hermanus van Kleef; silhouette portrait of cut-out colored papers and a lock of human hair, with holograph caption; and autograph translation of both announcement and caption. Collage portrait supposedly of and by van Kleef a few years before his death at the age of 101. English translation by a Dr. Luckhardt, sometime around 1950.
Holograph, unsigned. A memorial to Dr. Clarke Abel.
2 letters (ALS). One is a certificate to commit a female patient.
3 letters (ALS), including a letter of reference, dated May 27, 1839, Edinburgh, for Dr. William Pirrie.
Autograph prescription, signed.
ALS. Reports no great change in the condition of a Miss Andrews and prescribes various medicines.
ALS. Asks Brown, a bookseller, to send volumes of the Boston Journal of Natural History to Mr. A. Halsey of Hartford, and to see that the journal is on sale and advertised in the principal cities and towns.
ALS. Asks for the renewal of a note for $750.00.
Documents, signed, relating to Thomas Hughes, his maternal grandmother, Joyce Morgan, his mother, Anne Hughes Samuel, her second husband, William Samuel, and the disposal of family property and goods. There is also a page of printed material, Miscellaneous articles sold by Thomas Hughes, dispensing chemist.
Dixi Crosby documents, 1835-1840 2 items
Holograph receipts, signed. Payments received by Crosby from Mr. Soley for medical services and from Oliver P. Hubbard for graduation fees.
ALS. Writes to Commodore Jacob Jones regarding the naval asylum property and to W.P.C. Barton, from the Navy Department, regarding travel expenses.
ALS to Thomas Aspinwall and to William Jenkins Worth relating to accounts and expenses to be paid by the Surgeon General's Office.
John Lathrop Sayer papers, 1833-1872 13 items
Papers consist of three types of material: correspondence, loose manuscript leaves, and ms. notebooks. Correspondence consists of letters written by Sayer, his wife, Sarah A. Sayer, and the Superintendent at the Asylum, John Gray, during Sayer's stay at the Asylum. Loose manuscripts consist of miscellaneous notes, a poem, Sayer's teacher certification, and the school lists of both Sayer and his wife, then Sarah Ann Bennet. Notebooks: "Sketches of life" (a journal, tp., 23 pp., 1842-1859); "A book intended for writings" (notebook of essays and poems, tp., 23 pp., 1837); and an algebra notebook (tp., 85 pp., 1833) with notes on town bonds at the end (3 pp., 1872).